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Think of a better way to economize than to
This is exactly what we will do for you. We are
in the country and will sell them for just 1; what
that are strictly all wool, the latest styles and col-
ers ask $10.00 for.
THE PRICE OF YOUR SPRING
OF SPRING C€
in first class style, the same kind oth-
AN IMMENSE STOCK
Wall Paper Store.
Picture and Room Mouldings, Curtain Poles, and
Fixtures at Wonderfully Low Prices.
A CORPS OF EXPERT PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS. ——
S. H. WILLIAMS,
117 West High Street,
SEE OUR GOODS AND PRICES AND YOU Wghsl. BUY
NO OTHER. :
| which they did by breaking a window. The
| plunder carried away by the robber was $3.00,
| gum, taffy and candies.
were made in and around Rebersburg.
the Rebersburg people on Saturday evening.
All Through Brush Valley. Geo. Krumrine, of Williamsport, was at his
old home at Rebersburg over Saturday and
Sunday. George still likes to breath the
good, old home atmosphere, but Sallie is now
in Snyder county. Yes, George is not the
only one that misses Sallie.
On Thursday quite a number of changes
Wm. Meyer, of Wolf's Store, moved to
Loganton, on Thursday.
Luther Guisewite, of Coburn, was among
Clark McGramley, of Rebersburg, the ex-
pert machinist of Brush valley, brought an
engine from Hublersburg, on Friday, which
he recently purchased. Clark. expects
to put two steam threshing machines
into our valley the coming season and it
takes a man like him to do it.
Charles Diehl, of Centre Mills, is driving
the U. S. mail for Mr. Smull, while Mr.
Smull, helps at his new buildings.
Elmer Miller, of Kreamerville, has the
foundation almost ready for a new house.
Mr. Miller, without a doubt, will putup a
nice little house for his family.
C. C. Loose, Brush valley’s energetic luny
berman who has his home at the west end of
Rebersburg, has found it necessary to
erect a little business office on the east end of
John Harter, of Rebersburg, is painting
his store room. Since John has a notion to
open a store himself he is endeavoring to
show the people how store rooms should
Wm. T. Hubler, of Rockville, received a
new wheel last Thursday. William, in a few
weeks, will be able to challenge our expert
wheelers because he always makes a success
of anything he undertakes. .
Willis Cole, of Loganton, has been working
for Wm. Hockman, at Rebersburg, for the
last few weeks. According to this the new
prosperity agent must have brought pros-
perity to some of the “silver men.” We
du denkst Bill.
Luther Miller, of Kreamerville, re-
cently married, will begin housekeeping, on
Tuesday, at Kreamerville, in his father’s
tenement house. May the bond of love keep
Lie new family in continual happiness that
life may be sweet and long.
REBERSBURG MUSICAL NORMAL. — Will
open next Monday, April 5th, and continue
six weeks. The latest developments and ad-
vanced ideas in methods of teaching piano,
organ, violin, mandolin, guitar and all
stringed instruments will be given, also on
voice culture and harmony. In addition,
there will be a singing class, three times each
week, when instructions will be given by
note. Especial attention will be given to
This is a school for beginners in and
teachers of music. Every effort will be put
forth to make it a success. Public
concerts will be given at the end of each
week, for which the Rebersburg violin, man-
dolin and guitar club will furnish the music.
The instructors are Prof. F. A. Néwcomer, of
Milton, Pa., a graduate of the American Nor-
years experience in conducting normals,
conventions and singing classes; and C. E.
Zeigler, of Penn Hall, Pa., who is also an ex-
perienced teacher of music and thoroughly
up to date in his work. It promises to be
largely attended ‘by people from Centre
Hall, Spring Mills, Penns valley, Sugar
valley and Nittany valley. Young and
old, married and single will attend. Boarding
is cheap. There is a stage going twice
a day to Coburn station. The people
are very social. For additional information,
which is cheerfully given by request, address
Cornelius Stover, Rebersburg.
Howard Krape, is working for a Harris-
burg organ company and carrying ona con-
fectionery at this place which is under Nor-
man Mumma’s control. Last Friday evening
while Mr. Mumma was at an entertainment
at Centre Hall, some party who was appar-
ently not unknown, considered ita fair op-
portunity to break into Mr. Krape’s shop,
Capital Punishment Abolished in Colo-
DENVER, Col., March 29. — Governor
one hundred cigars, twenty packs of chewing | Adams to-day signed the bill abolishing
capital punishment in Colorado.
mal at Napoleon, Ohio, who has had many |~
A SURPASSING SHOW AND
India Silks, dark ground and fan-
25 cents. cy figures. i
China Silks, new shades, in fancy |
48 cents. scroll designs. }
60 cents Japanese Silks, fancy figures, and |
* very heavy cloth. |
\ Plain India Silks, 25 inches wide, |
45 cents. forty different shades.
8s cents Changeable Taffetas, in all the new
* Spring combinations.
\ Plain Taffetas. This Silk is really
go cents. worth $1.25.
” Kai Kai Wash Silks, we have 30
25 cents. styles to select from.
50 cents. Plain Habatai, black and white. |
6= cents. Fancy Grenadines, entirely new
d this season.
20 cents. Silk finish Taffeta linings, yard
wide, new this season.
& Co. Limited.
SALE OF SPRING SILKS.
All wool Novelty dress goods, yard
25 cents, ALW:
28 cents Novelty Dress Goods, 44 inches
Yard wide Serges, all new Spring
17 cents. dos. ¢
Fancy figured Black Mohair, re-
39 cents. duced from 50 cts.
Fancy figured Black Mohair, re-
50 cents. duced from 65 and 85 cts.
Plain Organdies in all shades at 9, 12, 17, 25 and
Lappet Mull, the latest wash dress fabric at 18
and 22 cts.
Linen Homespun Crash for Dress Skirts, from
15 to 25 ets.
Dotted Swisses in all size dots, 15 to 40 cents.
Curtain Swiss, border on each side, 15 to 25 cts.
New Style checks for skirts.
Yard Rustle Cambrics 10 cents.
MILLINERY OPENING TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW.
WE WILL DISPLAY MANY NOVEL"
IDEAS IN SPRING MILLINERY.
We have some exclusive designs some of which will not be duplicated this
KATZ &.€CO. Ltd.
Makers of low prices and terrors to all competifor,
Montgomery & Co.
SPRING DESIGNS IN
The bright Spring sunshine seems
to casts its rays upon us these days,
for our store is bubbling over with
nice new goods.
Clothing in" all the novelties.
Suits, Spring Overcoats and extra
Trousers just received.
The new ‘‘Guyer’’ Hat is the neat-
est and dressiest the Boston factory
has yet produced, and all well dressed
men should have one. Also the
“Dunlap’’ and many other shapes.
Ask to see the latest fad in Negli-
gee Shirts, just opened new and fresh.
All the Suitings and Trouserings
are in and our tailoring department
is complete. Prices the lowest—for
best workmanship. : .
MONTGOMERY & CO.
Pine Grove Mention.
from as: attack of pleurisy.
Miss Kate Bowersox has gone to Bellefonte
to learm to sew with Miss Ellen Woods.
The first of April brought more than the
usual number of flittings. The roads were
thronged with teams all day long.
Last Wednesday C. M. Fry bid adicu to
(Centre county friends, and started westwand
to seek his fortune. He will take up his
abode at Navarre Ohio, for a time.
Landiord Decker and wife took a few days
off this week to enjoy an old fashioned visit
down Penns valley, where they had a fine
time, in the Deutche sprechen.
The grain fields are looking se well that
the prospects for a big yield were never better.
Many farmers are plowing for the spring
crop and the ground is in good condition.
Prof. T. W. Ward is home frem the Smoky
City for a few weeks vacation. He has with
strument that sings, talks and exactly re-
produces the music of almost any instrument.
With it, he will give an entertainment in the
Methodist <hurch, on Friday evening, and as
itis for the benefit of the church we be-speak
for him a geod house.
QUIETLY WEDDED.—On last Thursday,
Miss Sadie Miller and Clarence Lemon sur-
prised their many friends by being quietly
married, in Bellefonte, by the Rev. Dr. Laurie
of the Presbyterian church. The following
day they were met at the station and driven
| to the home of the brides parents ad Rock
Spring, where a delicious wedding supper
was served. The groom, one of our prom-
inent young men, is a son of Col. John Lemon,
of Gatesburg, and we congratulate him for
he has secured a most excellent young lady.
Miss Miller isa daughter of Squire J. H.
Miller, and is an accomplished bright girl.
For several years she has taught school and
so successfully that not only the scholars but
the directors will be sorry that she has given
up the profession.
— Subscribe for the WATCHMAN.
OURT PROCLAMATION.— Whereas
the Honorable J. G. Lové, President Judge
of the Court of Common Pleas of the 49th Judicial
District, consisting of the county of Centre and
the Honorable Corlis Faulkner, Associate Judge
in Centre county, having issued their precept,
bearing date the ist day of April to me irected,
for holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the
Peace in Bellefonte, for the county of Centre and
to commence on the 4th Monsing of Apr. being
the 26th day of April 1897, and to continue two
weeks, notice is hereby given to the Coroner, Jus-
tices of the Peace, Aldermen and Constables of
said county of Centre. that they be then and there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon of the 26th with their records, inquisitions,
examinations, and their own remembrance, to do
those things which to their office appertains to be
done, and those who are bound in recognizances
to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall
be in the jail of Centre county, be then and there
to prosecute against them as shall be just.
Given under my hand, at Bellefonte, the 1st day
of April in the year of our Lord, 1897, and the
one hundred and twenty-first year of the inde-
pendence of the United States.
: W. M. CRONISTER,
him his gramaphone a most entertaining in- |
The wenerable Jacob Markle has recovered | re Em
Lyon & Co. Lyon & Co.
1 YON & CO.— LL Lo
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PRICES THAT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
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Men’s All-Wool Suits, wobby Spring and Sum- | 1.75, 1.98, 2.50, 3.00, 1.09, up to the best. These
INET SEYI@S..uuiiriiiiiannieeesiemmneeeeesanssanaanestsanaanad 83.75 ; prices are less than manufacturer's cost.
Men's All-Wool Suits, better qualities, nobby | 250 Children’s Knee Pants, ages 4to 15 years
styles.......win.e.. $1.50, 5.50, 6.75, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00 | —a regular 25¢. quality......cccoeeeeiins Our price 17e.
A nobby Youth's Suit, ages 14 to 19 years, ir | Better qualities Children’s Knee Pants...........
all colors, Light and Dark Plaids.......... ae rere enen25C.. 40¢., S0c., The., 81 and up to the best.
eine 32050, 3.00, 3.50, 4.50and up st
A newand full assortment of Men’s Pants at
| the following bargain prices.
: 65¢., T5c., 98c., $1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 2.5
We have closed out an entire stock of Chil-
dren’s Suits, which we will sell to you at manu-
faeturer's cost. 200 Children’s Suits, ages 4 to
15 years—manufacturer’s prices %c., retail
Price 81.25. ..cruueserrermmaarerenseisessannss UF Price 74e. |
, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00
A special lot of Men's Pants, assorted sizes,
in All-Wool, that are selling at $3, 3.50 and 4.00
wil now be sold at the remarkable low price
A better quality Children’s Suits—§1.24, 1.49,
MEN'S, BOYS" AND CHILDREN’S
HATS AND CAPS
ga=The very latest styles and shapes—Men’s Derbys,
Alpine and Crush
ers, in Black, Light and Brown. ;
Men's Crushers 35c., 48¢., 75c., $1, 1.25 up to the
Men's Derbys............. 98c., $1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00.
A full assortment of Men's and Boys’ Golf,
Eaton and Bicycle Caps in Plain Checks and
all the Latest Mixtures: also Tam O’Shanters. Asa solendid Hing of Boy's -and Children's
Hats. We can sell vou a very nobby Child's
Hat for the low sum of ; ete
esserreressersnse 25¢., 35¢., 50c., an
Men's Alpines...50e., 75c., $1, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00
—A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF—
LE MEN'S, BOYS’ AND LADIES’ SHOES.........
— BLACK, RUSSET AND OXFORDS—IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES.—
g&-One lot of Neck Ties in all the new colorings—Tecks and Four-in-
Hand—cheap at 25 cents ; our price 16 cents,
LYON & CO.
houses for rent.
real estate agent, Bellefonte, Pa.
Apply to A. M. Hoover;
N\ OTICE. — Notice is hereby given that
oh the first and final account of William M.
Meyer, guardian of Samuel Grove, will be pre-
sented to the court on Wednesday April 23th,
1897, and unless exceptions be filed * thereto on or
before the 2nd day of the term the same will be
confirmed. W. F. SMITH,
Bellefonte, Pa., 1897. Proth’y.
OTICE.—Notice is hereby given that
2 the final account of A. J. Gephart, as-
signee of W. L. Goodhart, in trust for the benefit
of creditors, will be presented to the court on
Wednesday, April 28, 1897, and unless exceptions
he filed thereto on or before the second day of
the term the same will be confirmed.
W. F. SMITH, «
Bellefonte, Pa., 1897. Prothy.
OCK CRUSHERS AND ROAD MA-
CHINES.—The Altman Co., of Canton,
Ohio, warrant their machines and they must give
THESE CRUSHERS ARE MOUNTED THE
Prices to suit the times.
J. S. ROWE,
Centre Hall, Pa.
and most convenient.
For particulars address.
EGISTER’S NOTICE.—The following
accounts have been examined, passed
and filed of record in the Register’s office for the
inspection of heirs and legatees, creditors, and all
others in anywise interested, and will be present-
ed to the Orphan’s Court of Centre county for con-
Froson on Wednesday, the 28th day of April, A.
1. First and partial account of Isaac M. Orn-
dorf, executor of &c., of Benjamin Orndorf, late of
Haines township, deceased. .
2, Second and final ‘arcount of Kate Neese, ad-
ministratrix of &c., of William H. Neese, late of
Miles township, deceased.
3.. Fourth annual'statement of John P. Harris,
trustee, of William A. Thomas’ estate, late of
Bellefonte Boro., deceased. Being thirtieth an-
nual statement of said trust.” !
4. First and final account of D. C. Kerr and W.
A. Kerr, executors &e., of Alexander Kerr, late of
Potter township, deceased. 24
5. First and partial account of B. V. Fink, ad-
ministrator of &c., of Richard Newman, late of
Taylor township, deceased... .
6. The final account of John P. Harris, trustee
of the estate of Christian Lowrey, late of Benner
township, deceased. : :
7. The first and final account of Mary E. Hill,
administratrix of &c., of “Catherine Gates, late of
Spring township, deceased. ?
‘8. The final account of Thomas E. Royer and
J. C. Smull, executors of &c., of Joel. Royer, late
of Miles township, deceased. :
9, Firat and final account of H. B. Herring, ex-
ecutor of &c., of Anna Mary Moyer, late of Penn
township, deceased. .
10. The first and final account of Howard A.
Schall, administrator of &e., of R. L. Scholl, late
of Union township, deceased.
administrator of &c., of Constans Curtin, late of
Boggs township, deceased.
12. The second and final account of Wm. C.
Meyer, executor of &c., of George Meyer, late of
Ferguson township, deceased.
13. The account of M. 8. Feidler and J. J. Fied-
ler, executors of &c., of Henry Fiedler, late of
Millheim Bcro., deceased.
14. Account of Monroe Armor and Amanda Mil-
ler, administrators of &ec., of Ruth B. Armor, late
of Bellefonte, Boro., deceased.
15. First and partial account of Solomon Peck,
executor of &c., of Henry Brown, late of Walker
16. The account of Sarah J. Williams, executrix
of &e., of Z. T. Williams, late of Walker township,
15. The 5th partial adcount of George W. Jack-
son, surviving trustee of the estate of Thos. R.
Reynolds, late of Bellefonte Boro., deceased.
, G. W. RUMBERGER,
Bellefonte, March 27th, 1897. Register.
ARM FOR RENT AND STOEK FOR
SALE.—The undersigned offers at private
sale a complete equipment of stock and imple-
ments for operating a farm and in addition offers
the lease of a farm in Benner township, within 124
miles of Bellefonte. - Call on or address.
42-13-tf. ; F. P. BLAIR, Bellefonte, Pa.
J OTICE OF INCORPORATION.—No-
tice is hereby given that an application
will be made to the Court of Common Pleas of
Centre county, on Wednesday 28th day of April
A. D. 1897, at’2 o'clock p. m., under and by virtue
of an Actof Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled “an Act to provide for the
incorporation and regulation of certain corpora-
tions” approved the 29th day “of April, 1874, and
the Suyplereats thereto, for the charter of an in-
tended corporation to be called “The Firemen's
Relief Association of Bellefonte,” the character
and object whereof is the maintenance and sup-
port of an association of firemen, the purpose of
whiclt is the paying of benefits to members injur-
ed in the discharge of their duty as firemen, and
for the raising of expenses nece sary for the main-
tenance of such association, ete. and for these
purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the rights,
benefits and privileges of the said Aet of Assem-
bly and its supplements. .
42 12-3t Wn. SINGER, Solicitor.
11. First and partial account of H. R. Curtin, |
TESTED GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS
AT HALF PRICE.
We offer great bargains in papered arden and
Flower Seeds, as well as bulk seeds of the Best
Orders by Mail given Special Attention.
An inquiry on a postal card will receive prompt
answer, t i
FIELD SEEDS.—Choice Clover Seed and Timo-
thy Seed, including Barley, Seed Oats, Spring
Rye and Spring Wheat, Seed Potatoes.
Garden Tools and Spray Pumps.
Corn Planters, ( ‘hampion and Pennsylvania
Grain Drills. rr
Chilled Plows, Cultivators, Spring Toot Har-
rows at a: Way Down Prices. 7
: —CONKLIN WAGONS.—
In short. We have everything for the Farm and
Garden. Don’t fail to visit us and examine .ogr
Stock before purchasing. Everybody is welcome.
McCALMONT & CO., Bellefonte, Pa.
sili SHORTLIDGE & CO., State College, Pa.
RPHANS’ COURT SALE !— There
will he sold at public sale at the Court
House, in Bellefonte, Pa., at 2 o'clock p. m. on
SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1807, +, ..»
the following real estate of Barbara Wilkey, de-
ceased, in Walker township :
A GOOD FARM.
Tract No. 1—A small farm located near Heela
station, a lands of John Irvin, depeased,
David Dunkle “and Samuel Walkey, and contains
about 27 ACRES in high state of cultivation.
Large frame house, bank barn and all necessary
outbuildings, Good orchard amd never-failing
water. - . 31
Tract of land No. 2—Estate of Samuel Walkey,
deceased, Walker township—a tract of excellent
farm land adjoining No. 1 on the northwest, ¢con-
taining about 30 ACRES. :
No. 3—Estate of Samuel Walkey, deceased—a
tract of land in Walker township timbered with
white oak and chestnut; will make good farm
land, adjoining lands of Divens, McCalmont,
Clevenstein and John Carner, containing. ahout
TerMs oF sALE.—One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash on confirmation of sale;
one-third, in one year with interest ; and the bal-
ance, one third, in two years with interest, de-
ferred payments to bear interest from the con-
firmation of sale, and to be secured by bond and
mortgage on the premises. : !
Trustee of the estate of Barbara Walkey, Dec’d.
Adm'r. of the estate of Sam’l’ Walkey, Dec’d.
42-12-4t JOHN M. KEICHLINE, Attorney.