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Pine Grove Mention.
The venerable Jacob Weaver, who has
been ill for some weeks, is now better.
On Tuesday little Annie, daughter of
Mac Rossman, accidentally broke her arm
while playing at school. :
Butchering dinnersas well as pig stories
are on the wane; but so far Ferguson
holds the belt for big porkers.
Miss Jennie Gilliland, a former Centre
countain, is this week visiting among old
friends and neighbors with headquarters
at Mrs. D. W. Miller. \
Major Ross evidently is of the opinion
that liming pays better than fertilizing.
He has just completed the third large
lime kiin on his farm near town.
W. H. Sausserman and family came
down to enjoy Thanksgiving as wellasa
number of old fashioned bfitchering din-
ners. Wm. always has capacity for such oc*
Our special friend Samuel Harpster,
who was so seriously ill last week with
heart trouble and rheumatism that his
condition caused great alarm to his
friends, is now considered out ot danger.
Last Thursday J. B. Heberling and his
bride enjoyed their first day’s house-
keeping and thus far they have su ded
admirably. They are snugly located in the
newly fitted up mansion of W,J. Myers,
on Main street, where the friends of the
young couple will find a royal welcome.
® The Thanksgiving service in the Luth.
eran church, under the auspices of the
Womans Missionary society, was pleasing
and entertaining to every one present,
Rev. Aikens carried out the program to
the letter and the music, recitations and
readings were all well rendered.
Robert Meek and wife, of Altoona, w ho
are just home from seeing their son, Wal.
ter, in Philadelphia, were given very lit.
tle encouragement by the doctors under
whose care he is. It is one of the
saddest cases we have ever heard of for
Walter was so industrious, ambitious and
successful that his hopeless illness is a
great sorrow to his friends and family.
DEATH OF MRS, TRESSLER.—On Tuesday
November 26th, Mrs. Sarah Tressler died,
atter a lingering illness at the home of
her daughter Mrs. Annie Miller. Sarah
Dale Tressler was born May 3rd 1826 0a
what is now the Bottorf farm near Le-
mont. Her husband, Jeremiah Tressler
died some years ago and since that she
kas made her home with her daughter
who did everything in her power to make
her declining years comfortable. Of her
eight children Mrs. D. L. Miller, of White
Hall, Mrs. James Niece, of Coburn, George
W. of Oak Hall and Reuben of Bellefonte
survive to mourn the'loss of this good
mother of Israel. Wednesday afternoon
she was buried in the Rock Hill cemetery
with the Rev. C. T. Aikens pastor of the
Lutheran church, of which she was a de-
vout member for 53 years, officiating.
The large concourse of relatives and
friends present attested the esteem and
respect in which she was held in the com.
Mr. and Mrs, Miller sincerely thank
their neighbors fof their kindness and
attention during the illness and death of
their aged mother.
IN MEMORIAM TO A DEAD COMRADE,—
At a special meeting of Captain J. O.
Campbell post, No 272, G. A. R., of Pine
Grove Mills, A committee on resolutions
of respect was appointed and have re-
ported as follows.
Resolved. That Whereas it has pleased
almighty God, the Omnipotent Command-
er of all armies,” to remove from our
ranks and all earthly service to answer
the last roll call, comrade George Eckel,
our vigilant Quartermaster always filling
all requests with care.and promptness,
therefore be it.
Resolved. That in his final “Muster out”
our Post has lost a most worthy mem-
ber and that we are again reminded that
our last roll call will come sure and soon,
Resotved. That as a token of respect our
charter bedraped in the usual mourning
badge for a period of thirty days.
Resolved. That we tender to the bereft
and sorrowing widow and family our
tenderest Sympathios in this their sad af-
fliction and sorrow.
Resolved. That these resolutions be en:
tered on our minutes and a ony be for-
warded to the family of our late com-
rade. Nov. 30th, 1895.
J. G. HEBERLING, ; Com.
D. L. MILLER,
Things That Have Happened at State
Prof. J. Price Jackson has just returned
from a business trip to Philadelphia.
Mr. W, P. Briiley, a recent graduate of the
College has returned and accepted a position
in the chemical department.
The football season being over we have with
us our local lights of the pigskin, Messrs,
Charles H. W. Atherton, W. A. Stuart and
Rev. Ira C, Mitchel, of Bellefonte,'preached
two very interesting sermons in the M. E.
church, on Sunday, which were listened to
with wrapt attention. g
Weare pleased to say thatthe Thanksgiy-
ing Assembly of the senior class passad off
very pleasantly. Good dancers were plenty,
the music was fine, and refreshments tasty
and well served.
The Rev. W. C. Kuhn, of Bellwood, preached
a very able sermon inthe Presbyterian church
on Sunday morning, and in the evening he
preached, by request a instructive sermon
before the Woman's Missionary society of
the church. He told of the grand work
accomplished in the past, and the urgent need
of meansto helpthe growing wants of our
missionary boards in clean and forcible
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration de bonus non, on estate of
Samuel Noll Sr., late of Spring township
persons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will make immediate payment. Those
having claims will present them at once for
JOHN NOLL, Adm. d.b.n.
40-486 Bellefonte Dec. 4th, 1895.
George Eckle, deceased, late of Pine Grove
Mills, Centre county, Pa., having been granted
the undersigned, he requests all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate
to make immediate payment and those hav.
ing claims against it to present them, prop-
erly authenticated for settlement.
J. H. MILLER, Adm.
40-47-0t, Rock Springs, Pa.
the Court of Common Pleas of Centre
| county, in the matter of the Jorsirenship of
: the Universal Manufacturing Company. The
: undersigned appointed a commissioner by
! said court to hh testimony and ascertain the
amonnt of stock of said company and how dis-
| tributed among its shareholders, and report
! same to court, gives notice that he will be in
| his office, in Bellefonte, on Saturday, Dec. 21st
1895, at 10 a. m., for duties of his appointment.
, 40 47 3t N. B. SPANGLER, Commissioner.
A anes SALE
VALUABLE FIRE BRICK PROPERTY.
The well known William R. Miller Fire
Brick Property, Situated at
SANDY RIDGE PA.
To be sold at public sale on the premises, on
the Tyrone and Clearfield Branch of the Ty-
rone Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, on Saturday, :
DECEMBER 28th, 1895.
at 11 o'clock A. M.
This property consists of certain real es-
tate situated in Rush township Centre county,
Pennsylvania and contains about
374 ACRES OF FIRE CLAY LAND,
from which the celebrated William R. Miller
fire brick were manufactured, and has there.
on erected a
VALUABLE PLANT ——-
for the manufacturing of fire brick,
RESIDENCE HOUSE, 13 DOUBLE TENE-
MENT HOUSES, STORE ROOM,
outbuildings, &ec., &e., as per detailed descrip-
tion of the premises to be read at the sale.
Terus :—Cash, fifteen per cent of bid to b®
paid when property is knocked down and bal-
ance upon delivery of deed to be made within
fifteen days after the day of sale.
There will also be sold at public sale at the
same time and place a
—LOT OF FIRE BRICK—
such as soaps, splits. keys, jambs, arches,
checkers, wedges, circle brick, hexagons and
furnace tiles; also a lot of other personal prop-
erty consisting of mine wagons, mining and
firing tools, presses, office furniture, &c.,
&e., together with all other personal property
on or about said premises belonging to the as-
signed estate of William R. Miller.
Terms for sale of personal property : cash
to be paid at time of sale, upon delivery of
Assignee for the benefit of creditors of the Es-
tate of William R. Miller.
40-47-3t Bellefonte, Pa.
deceased were issued to the undersigned. All |
Letters testamentary on the estate of |
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| New Advertisements. Faubles. Katz & Co. Limited.
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OR RENT.—Good n room
house ri) Allegheny street. Bellefonte QUALITY.. seeace LER
Apply to E. BROWN, Jr.
! 40.13 lowest
H° USEHOLD SUPPLIES.—The
The Boss Washing Machine, is one of
the most complete and successful washers in
- The Pan American Washing Machine isa
hi excellent washer for the price and is us-
ed by many people.
WRINGERS.—We are Progared to furnish
the greatest variety of the best Clothes
Wringers now offered for sale in Centre coun-
ty. Notwithstanding the advance in rubber
goods, we can sell Clothes: Wringers at lower
prices than they have ever been sold in this
community, quality considered. We invite a
careful inspection before purchasing.
40-45-3m McCALMONT & CO.
I J ooay THOUGHTS
We have made generous provis-
ion in all our lines, and are pre-
pared, as.never before, to meet
your demands, with a ’
CHOICE STOCK ——
from the best manufacturers, at
in addition to a choice selection ot
WE ARE SHOWING
in endless variety.
We believe an inspection of our
stock will be to your advantage.
27-49 F. C. RICHARD’S SONS.
Wilkinson's China Hall.
Did you ever pass the China
Hall when we were’nt either un-
packing or shipping goods? Must
be treating our customers right or
be some good reason for it.
they would’nt be using so much of
It is, that we sell only the best
quality, buying direct from the
manufacturer or importing. Saving
you two profits—jobber’s and trad-
ing salesman’s,—and money back,
for the asking, if you want it. We
don’t see how anything could be
fairer. Do you?
Just now, we are selling Havi-
lands Decorated Dinner Sets, ten
per cent. cheaper than in Philadel-
Decorated English Porcelain
Dinner Sets, 112, 117 and 130
pieces, full assortment, $9.00 to
W. H. WILKINSON,
40 48-1m BELLEFONTE, PA:
Sechler & Co.
Sechler & Co.
Sechler & Co.
SECHLER & CO’S OPEN
Bellefonte, Pa., Nov. 25th, 1895.
As the Holiday Season is so near at hand we wish to remind our friends and
the public, generally, that we are well prepared to supply all demands in our line.
Almost all kinds of goods are now so low in price that a good Americah Christ-
mas Dinner is within the
reach of all.
While giving careful attention to securing a fine stock of fruits and luxuries we
have not overlooked the every day substantials.
We have Pillsbury’s ‘‘best’” Minnesota Flour and the leading brands of home
Bradford Co., pure Buckwheat Flour, new kiln dried Corn Meal, extra
fine sugar cured Hams, breakfast Bacon and dried Beef, white, fat, new Mackeral, rich
mild Cream Cheese, genuine Maple Syrup, pure-sugar table Syrups, fine roll dairy
and creamery Butter.
We have just received a Ipt of bright clean New York state Beans that we are sell-
ing at the low price of five cents per quart. The entire lot of twenty-two bushels will
go at that price (no advance) but we can hardly get any more as good as these to sell
at the same price.
Don’t miss them,
They are fine.
One of the most satisfactory lots of goods we have to offer is our own Mince
Meat. Every ounce of material in it is sound, clean and of the finest quality, nothing
equal to it has ever been obtainable.
Price, ten cents per pound.
It has been almost impossible to get satisfactory Oranges this season, but we have
secured some fine Floridas, also some Mexican fruit that is equally as fine as the Flori-
das and quite reasonable in price. Our stock of Cranberries, (at rocts per quart,)
white Almeria Grapes, New York Catawbas, (2 baskets for 25cts), Lemons, Bananas, i
and Sweet Potatoes have received careful attention. Also
Figs, cleaned Currants, California evaporated fruits, fine mixed table Nuts at 15cts and
2octs per pound, soft shell Almonds zocts per pound, finest Princess paper shells at
25cts per pound, finest Java, Mocha and Rio Coffees, Extracts, Sauces, Pickles, Capers,
Mushrooms, Truffles, Etc., but we cannot enumerate further.
We keep a large and well selected stock.
our store once a week.
making a good investment.
Raisins, Prunes, Citron,
It will pay any house-keeper to visit
The first principle of economy is not alone in saving, but in
Trusting you will act on the suggestion.
We remain yours very respectfully,
SECHLER & CO.
I am going out of the Hardware business and commencing
Monday, Sept. 2nd, will close out my entire stock consisting of
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS, POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY,
TooLs, Paints, OiLs,
AGATE AND TIN WARE,
SHOVELS, Forks, RAKEs,
and thousands of different articles. The stock is complete in
every thing. I cannot mention all the bargains offered but if
Such an opportunity may never come again.
you will loose no time in taking advantage of this sale.
Coupled with the
Is exactly what you expect from US
- Is exactly what is promised by US
" Isexactly what you receive from US
YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY?
HERE IS A CHANCE!
$5.00 we will say nothing
aboutthe quality. Oth-
ers ask for same goods
$7.50 good honest wearing
strictly all wool goods
in a dozen different
cheap in other stores
The very finest Dress
Suits, Sack or Cuta-
ways. It will amuse
you, when others tell
you how cheap theirs
(the exact same goods)
ARE AT g15.00 AND $18.00.
" OVERCOATS, BOY'S anD
IN THE CLOTHING AND
See us and you will buy. Buy, and
YOU WILL SAVE MONEY.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
you want to buy anything in the Hardware line come and see.
H. A. McKEE.
GASOLINE, OIL, COOKING AND
HEATING STOVES RANGES,
House FurNISHING GooDs,
If you are wise
DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY
Great unloading sale to make
room for the largest stock of Holi-
day goods ever brought to Centre
We must make room for our Hol-
Dress goods will be sold at cut ,
English cashmere, sold every-
where at 23 cents, during this sale
All wool serge, regular price 40
cents, during thissale 25 cents.
Imported Henriettas, worth 75
cents, during this sale 45 cents.
All our novelty Dress Goods re-
duced 33 per cent.
Heavy flannelettes, worth 1214,
during this sale 814 cents.
Our entire stock of flannels and
blankets reduced one third to
make room for Holiday Goods.
Table Linens reduced one third
for this unloading sale.
Although the season for selling
wraps has hardly begun we will in-
clude our entire stock in this great
One third taken off the price of
Our best selling coat this season
is a heavy Beaver elegantly made
and trimmed and which we sold at
$8,00 our price during this sale
Our gro. coats reduced to $7.
Our $15. coats reduced to gro.
Our $20. can now be bought at
Ladies Capes reduced one third
Ladies Heavy Balbriggan vests,
only 17 cents, come in and see if
you can match it anywhere under
Hosiery at cut prices.
Blankets and Bed Comforts at
still goes on. We are selling
overcoats at least on half what they
At the prices we are selling
Overcoats, it is economy to buy
one a year ahead.
KATZ & CO., Limited.