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. pleted the John Musser house on Main 4 Wn Sesion $3500, for
Pine Grove Mention.
George Harper says it isa girl and the
mother is very ill.
Miss Sadie Markel one of Tyrone’'s fair
young ladies spent last week circulating
among her former associa tes. ’
Contractor W. B. Ward last week coms
which is Dbeautified by a new coat o
The Presbyterian Sunday school pic-
nicked at Hunter’s park Thursday of this
week. A most enjoyable time was ex.
Miss Helen Musser, who has been visit"
ing her invalid aunt Mrs. P. F. Bottorf
on Main street returned to her home
bearing the good news ot Mrs. Bottorf's
Saml Martz le’d by his awl and ham mer
to garner his crop of one hundred and
ten dozen of wheat out of which he
threshed one hundred and twenty three
bushels of choice wheat by weight.
Within the last ten days W. A. Tanyer
and Wilson Gardner each have had a cow
stolen out of their barn-yards, search has
been made in all the surrounding coun-®
try and as yet no clue has been found.
A lot of gypsies from our sister town,
State College, have been camping along
old Tusseys base below town, where they
occasionly came to replenish the larder
They certainly enjoyed it in preference
to Atlantic City or other resorts of more
Our Scotia neighbors are Dbestiring
themselves to hold a big union picnic to
which every body is iny ited to bring
basket fulls of eatables. Good music will
ba furnished by a half dozen bands,
speeches and a long parade willb e in or:
Mr. John D. Dannley of the Buckey
state accompanied by his wife and two
bright little McKinley Democrats are
making their headquarters at the old G.
D. Dannley home on Main street while
they circulate among Centre county folks
who are glad to see them.
Supt. Thomas of the B. C. R. R. accom.
panied by President Frazier interviewed
our people last week. In behalf of the com-
pany they said that the road to this place
would be finished this season and that
the rolling stock would be put on soon at
least to a point near town.
Farmer Amos Keoch on the G. Y. Meek
farm lost a fine horse last Sunday after-
noon. The beast was found laying in the
pasture field unable to walk from a brok-
en cannon bone and was killed to relieve
him of his sufferings. This 18 the third
horse within r ne months. It is indeed
well horse flesh is cheap.
JLast Saturday the Mercury reached 102°
in the shade and the sun pounded down
itsrays with tropical fierceness on account
of which farmer Al Witmer is short three
fine porkers that died of the excessive
heat. By the plentiful use of cold water
dashed over the balance of the herd he.
succeeded in saving the others.
Big Jerry Kelly one of Benner town,
ship’s Democratic wheel horses came over
the other day to see how his son Sam was
succeeding as a Ferguson township far.
mer. He scarcely had alighted from his
buggy when he laid hold ofa fork which
he handled lively for one’73 years old in
fact he could pass for much younger.
Dallas Crust and Curt Marshall two of
Buffalo Run’s young yoemen accom.
panied by their best girls paid S. C. Kelly
a short visit Sunday leaving in time for a
C. E. meeting at Benore. They were
just in time to getin the rain but they
had a pleasant time as everybody is re-
ceived with ahearty welcome at the Kel-
Rev. Henry Webb now of Ohio with his
wife'and little adopted daughter arrived
in our town last Friday, after a five days
drive in a two horse carriage. He is quite
an able pulpit orator and is the pastor of
a wealthy congregation in the Buckeye
state. On Sunday evening he preached
in the Presbyterian church where many
of his old time associates gathered about
him glad to take him by the hand after |
his absence of thirteen years.
Banker Davy Meek of Tyrone handling
the ribbons over a spanking team of trot-
ters came down to his old home at Fair-
brook on Saturday. With him were his
new brother-in-law Armstrong and his
two sisters. While there are other
attractions here, Dave used his best en-
deavor to entertain his friends at the
home of his youth. They spent Sunday
with D. G. Meek where everybody is
made welcome and the hoursspeed quick-
ly by especially if D: G. is in a mood
to relateold time reminiscences and spin
The Jr. 0. U. A. M. have been having
most interesting meetings, of late. They
have received by card from Good Wil
Council 42, Tyrone, some half dozen mem-
bers and 7 members by initiation. Tussey
council no. 515 has been in existence
about a year and numbers 65 members
and from present indications has come to
stay. They believe that patriotism and
love of country should be instilled into
the hearts of young Americans and that
everyone should be tatght to cherish the
institutions of our fair land. The flag
that we honor should at all times remind
us that united we will stand and divided
UGGIES, Carriages. Phxtons,
Surries, and Spring Wagons. The
argest stock, best in quality, lowest in prices.
For sale by
40 28 Gt McCALMONT & CO.
three years on farm near Altoona, Pa.,
orth 812,000. First mortgage given as securi-
ty. with fire insurance as collateral. Interest
payable semi-annually. Examination of title
and all expenses of negotiating loan paid by
E. H. FAULKENDER
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
40.27-3t* Hollidaysburg, Pa.
HRESHERS AND SEPARA-
TORS.—Two small second = hand
Threshers with horse powers for sale. A No.
1 Geiser Separator, 30 inch Cylinder, quite as
good as new, for sale.
40 28 6t McCALMONT & CO.
RAIN DRILLS.—We are agents
for the sale of the Superior Grain
Drills, the most complete grain drill now in
use. This claim can be vertified byall the
farmers who have these drills on their farms.
For sale by
40 28 6t McCALMONT & CO.
ISS BLANCHE STRAUB,
29 ALLEGHENY ST.
Ladies and childrens’ wear, Embroideries,
Laces, Gloves, Hosiery, etc.
Just received a fine line of Kai Ki silks for
waists, 5 and 6 yds in piece, no duplicates.
Sponge Crepon the new interlining for
Letters testamentary on the estate of
W. H. Noll, Sr,, Dec’d, late of Spring township,
Centre county, Pa., having been granted the
undersigned he requests al ] persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate to make
immediate settlement and those having
claims against it to present them, properly
authenticated. for payment.
W. H. NOLL, Jr.,
40 27-6t Pleasant Gap, Pa.
HE BELLEFONTE ACADEMY
Will open its Fall season on the second
Wednesday of September with the following
corps of experienced and successful instruc-
Rev. J. P. Hughes, Principal; teacher of
Mathematics py Philosophy.
Miss Julia L. Reed, teacher of English His-
tory and Literature. >
EF. Bassett, teacher of Chemistry (with
R. Hughes, teacher of Ancient and Mod-
Miss Helen Overton, teacher of Primary and
in termediate departments. 40 27 6t
THREE MILES FROM STATE COLLEGE.
FRANK T. WYCKOFF,
ERTILIZERS.—High grade Acid
Phosphate guaranteed to contain 15
per cent. available PI cepliotie Acid. This is
the best quality of dissolved rock and in the
best 2rilling condition. Large yields of grain
have bec herrusted this season by farmers
who used it last fall. Our Champion £25.00
Ammoniated Bone Super Phosphate produces
an honest return on all crops where it has
been used for the money Invested ; and scores
of farmers who have used it will verify our
claim of its. superior quality. We defy com.
pein in quality and price of this grade of
ertilizers. - We are prepared to furnish these
at all stations in Centre county. All of one
kind or part of a car of each kind making a
full carload at she very lowest prices on liber
al terms. We will have a full supply at our
warehouse at Bellefonte, Pa. For sale by
40 28 6t McCALMONT & CO.
MOUNT GRETNA, PA.
AUGUST 19th TO 24th, 1895.
EXPOSITION IN THE EAST.
A building 120x144 feet entirely filled with
A building 70x150 feet entirely filled with high
bred Poultry and Pigeons.
76,800 square feet of platform covered with Ag-
ricultural Implements ot all kinds.
Ten acres of ground occupied by Traction En-
gines, Wagons, etc.
A fine display of Blooded Live Stock.
Music and Distinguished Speakers in the Au-
ditorium each day:
No fakirs or side-shows permitted.
Fare from Lewisturg, $2.67 for the round
trip. Tickets on sale August 19th to 24th
good to return until August 24. 40 29 1m
B 1G PROFITS
Returning prosperity will make many rich, but nowhere can they make so much within
a short time as by successful Speculation in Grain, Provisions and Stock.
originated by us.
FOR EACH DOLLAR INVESTED can be made by our
SYSTEMATIC PLAN OF SPECULATION ——
All successful speculators operate on a regular system.
It is a well known fact there are thousands of men in all parts of the United States who,
by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, make large amounts every year. ranging
from a few thousand dollars for the man who
invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up
to $50,000 to 100,000 or more by those who invest a few thousand.
It is also a fact that those who make the largest profits from comparative!
ments on this plan are persons who live away from cr
thoreughlv understand systematic trading.
y small invest-
hicago and invest through brokers who
Our plan does not risk the whole amount invested on any trade, but covers both sides, so
that whether the market rises or falls it brings a steady profit that piles up enormously in a
WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, also our Manual on successtul speculation and
our Daily Market Report, full of money-making pointers.
plains margin trading fully. Highest re ants
For further information address
ALL FREE. Our Manual ex.
regard to our standing and success.
THOMAS & CO, Bankersand Brokers,
40 20 6m
- 241-242 Rialto Building, CHICAGO, ILL. ' 27 49
A sale now running 12 days, growing better and better as it goes along, giving the people of Bellefonte and the surrounding country an
array of Bargains standing matchless before the world. Bargains that must be seen to be fully appreciated. Unheard of values for very little
10 Palm Leaf Fans.
10 papers good Pins.
4 papers Safety Pins.
5 boxes Mourning Pins.
~2 bottles Machine Oil.
bottles Black Ink.
3 bottles Mucilage.
2 packages Toilet Paper.
9 yards all silk Baby Ribbon.
3 Tape Measures. ;
2 oil cloth Mats,
36 dozen Agate Buttons.
6 dozen Dress Buttons.
12 Lead Pencils.
9 good Writing Tablets.
big box Crayons.
cakes Buttermilk Soap.
cakes Glycerine Soap.
Coftee Strainers. .
wire hair brush.
box Writing Paper.
setts Dress Stays.
black board Brushes.
Chinese Ironing Wax.
dozen kid Curlers.
cards Hooks and Eyes.
and a host of other things too num-
erous to mention,
ao Ur an WD
12 1 b= 4D A} be $0 1D Wt ke tO 4D
Another Bale ot tea toweling still
YOUrsat, 3 YAS. 100 ..c: reasoner caresses ge.
We have about 40 of those famous
Parasols still left. Take the rest of
them for the same price...s............ 98c.
Worth from 21.75 to $2.00.
OF OUR GREAT CENT SALE
Katz & Co. Limited.
—— READ THIS WEEKS BULLETIN.”
FOR THE LADIES FOR THE MEN
WILL BUY. WILL BUY.
2 pair black Hose. 2 pair Socks.
1 pair seamless Hose. 3 Tie Holders.
2 hemstitched Handkerchiefs. 2 Handkershiefs.
2 embroidered Handkerchiefs. 1 all silk Necktie
1 all silk Windsor Necktie. 1 pair Cuff Holders.
1 box Tooth Powder. 2 pu a Holders.
2 Corset Steels. 1 finger Ring.
2 setts side Combs. 1 pair Supenders,
2 gauze Vests.
1 fancy belt Buckle.
1 Waist sett.
1 finger Ring.
1 pair Gloves.
Light colors beautiful designs, 3 yards for gcts. or a dress pattern
of ro yards for 3octs. :
Worth easily r5cts. but during sale per yard gets.
In both dark and light grounds, 2 yards for gcts. or a dress
pattern of 10 yards for 43cts.
All colors worth from zocts. to 35cts. per yard or a dress pat-
tern of ro yards for gocts. x
Plain and barred good quality 2 yards for gcts. or a dress pat-
tern of 10 yards for 45cts.
: DRESS GINGHAMS
Light and dark colors good quality 214 yards for gcts. or a dress
pattern of 10 yards for z6cts.
In dark colors only, nice designs, 3 yards for gets. or a pattern
of 10 yards for 3octs.
FOR THE CHILDREN
pair seamless Hose.
back Combs. \
WILL BUY IN DOMESTICS.
yds. bleached Muslin, 1 yd. wide.
yds. unbleached Muslin. 1 yd. wide.
yds. Outing Cloth.
yd. all linen Toweling.
214 yds. Drapery.
yd. Pants Goods.
yds, Apron Ginghams
yds. India Linen.
All Linen Towels.
214 yds. Dress Gingham.
yd. Steel River Percales.
yds. Tea Toweling.
LININGS gcts. A YARD.
A full line of Selicias Taffeta lining
(Rustle Skirt linings), a good quality
Duck Grass cloth, (you know its real
Our sale of any of our UNTRIM.
MED Hats in our store except Leg-
horns, for 39cts. was an immense suc-
There are stilla number left
trimmed hats you get at 4 their
A. L. SHAFFER, Agt.
NJ TERLING SILVER . ....
+ + +» TADLE WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE.
— ee Tl
F. C. RICHARDS’ SONS
High St. opposite Arcade,
buying Fall and Winter Goods.
THE GLOBE, KATZ & CO. Limited, a : . : - BELLEFONTE, PA.
New Advertisements. Faubles. Faubles. Green’s Pharmacy.
OR RENT.—Good seven room OR SUMMER COMPLAINT,
house on Allsgaedy street, Bellefonte
Ardy te : <. BROWN, Jr. ‘
OR SALE, CHEAP.—Will sell =
is for cash, very cheap, house, stable and relaxed Condition
and lot, No. 57, ow-Bank street and-ad- i
joining lot, No. 58. For/ information apply to t qo a
101341 C.'L.GATES, Bellefonte, Pa. Shape
OR SALE.—A lot and large new GREEN'S BLACKBERRY
frame house, at State College, sixteen :
rooms, papered throughout, heating apparatus -
su B pany, og property of Mrs. Mac- —_—
PDiY to W. C. PATTERSON, . - BALSAM.
40-27.3* State College, Pa. OH
IRE EXTINGUISHERS.—Mer- PRICE 25 Cs.
chants and all others who use Coal
il as an illuminator, cannot afford to be with- S==e=-S01LD AT
oat ne Cherlin Fire unger or Hand :
srenades. en a lamp explodes or acci- INS L
dently falls, creatin Sait re ir GREEN ZPRARMAC gE
elsewhere in a building, the Hand Grenade is
the only thing, when at hand. that will ex- e000 oo 0
-tinguish a fire created by Coal Oil, immediate-
ly, if promptly .applied. The cost of these GREEN'S INSTANT.........
Grenades is a small matter compared to the .
Liles, when promptly used ou a fize. For sale
40 28 it MoCALMOND sy. 16 0... es ee HEADACHE WAFERS,
i : Have attained a very large sale,
T= STANDARD FOR THE
WORLD. WHY 7
COLUMBIA BICYCLES. Because they do the work, are
You see them everywhere. They differ fhochesrest uty avs lo
from others in the chain, sprockets, hubs, nse them recommend
bearings, cranks, pedals, tires, rims, tubing, them to others.
handles, construction, finish and in every point ’ T a : :
of difference there is marked superiority. Have Nothing to say this . 25 cts. for box of 12, at
Oarution $100—Hartfords $80, 860 and 850— > = a
nex iumbias. 7? y
Bargains in 2nd hand wheels. One lady's : Ter BREENS paARVACY.
Send for catalogue. Week. We are in Eastern Cities 40 21 3m
Daniel Irvin’s Sons,
ovine CASH HARDWARE.
Pure Linseed Oil
-—CAPACITY 250 LBS.—
OIL STOVES, FLAT WICK.
1 Burner 2 .60.
We also have large Oil Stoves with
centre draft burners. Cost but
little and save trouble and worry
in hot weather. .
——LAP DUSTERS FROM 3i¢c. TO $2.00, ===
Paint 81.10 per gallon.
PRONE SPUN SIE SN