Democratic watchman. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1855-1940, August 22, 1919, Image 5
“i a Pg oh : a a n TC EE CC - a — : ra v i i CLARENCE. |With the Churches of the) NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. est enuiDad Shoe Fol NN ae 3. Cal Scent So in Centre county and all sorts of diffi- | High and Water streets, end room in spending the week with Mrs. John M. Kachik. R. B. Daggherty and family and Miss Elsie Etters spent the week camping at Spruce run. John Repaskey has returned to his -home in Cleveland, Ohio, after spend- ing a week with his parents in this place. Jacob Brooks and family motored to Lloydsville on Sunday to attend the annual picnic of the Hebrews held at that place. Cecil Watson left town on Monday evening for Williamsport, where she expects to take a course at the com- mercial college. Last Friday night Mrs. J. H. Wat- son and Mrs. George Brown, together with a host of young people, had a “corn boiling” in the Deer park. Last Friday Mrs. P. W. Shaffner went to Clearfield to attend the re- union of the Derrick family. While at the gathering she became quite ill and had to be taken to the home of her mother, Mrs. Hunchbarger, where she is still confined to her room, though at this wrting she is well on the road to recovery. CENTRE HALL. Miss Emmo Wolf, of Ardmore, spending a week with relatives here. Mrs. C. F. Emery is visiting friends in Northumberland county this week. Mrs. Cora Boob, of Indianapolis, greeted old friends here on Saturday. Miss Jennie Thomas is visiting her friend, Mrs. Norman Miller, near Philadelphia. Mrs. J. D. P. Smithgall and chil- dren, Helen and Drew, left for their home in Franklin on Monday. Mr .and Mrs. Thomas Henney and Mr. and Mrs. Erb and child, of La- trobe visited Mrs. Lucy Henney last week. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Barry and three children and Miss Carrie Mitterling, of Baltimore, are guests of Mrs, Wil- liam Mitterling. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer, of ! Reedsville, spent Friday night in Cen- tre Hall, having driven _gver for their daughter, Miss Miriam Meyer, who had spent a week with her grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Christine and two sons, of Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Crowl and Mrs. Elizabeth Chris- tine, of Elysburg,, and little Miss Ber- nice Hull, of Shamokin, were all guests-of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore from Saturday until Sunday. Marriage Licenses. William J. Devlin and, Mary E. Swartz, Snow Shoe. i Morris W. Whitehill, Oak Hall, and Isabelle Z. Kerstetter, State College. Blair W. Stauffer, Philadelphia, and Helen Tate, State College. Bert D. Poorman Jr., Bellefonte, and Emma M. Campbell, New Flor- ence. John H. Hoy, Waddle, and Blanche M. Neidigh, State College. as is | 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following are the prices charged for announcement in this column: Sheriffs $8.00; Prothonotary $8.00; Treasurer, $8.00; Register,“ 86.00; Recorder, $6.00; All other county ofices, $5.00. An- nouncement willinet” be made for any . candidate unwilling to pledge himself to abide by the decision of the Democratic voters as expressed at the primaries. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce the name of William A. Carson, of Haines township, as a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Dem- ocratic voters of Centre county as express- ed at the general primaries to be held Tuesday, September 16th, 1919. We are authorized to announce the name of E. R. Taylor, of Bellefonte, Pa.. as a candidate for the nomination of Sheriff. subject to the decision of the Democratic voters as expressed at the general prima- ries on September 16th, 1910. FOR REGISTER. We are authorized to announce the name of J. Frank Smith, of Bellefonte, as a can- didate for the nomination for Register, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters of Centre county as expressed at the general primaries to be held Tuesday, September 16th, 1619. FOR RECORDER. We are authorized to announce the name of D. Wagner Geiss, of Bellefonte, as a candidate for the nomination for Recor- der, subject to the decision of the Demo- eratic voters of the county as expressed Bi abe general primaries September 16th, PROTHONOTARY. We are authorized to announce the name of Harry N. Meyer, of Bellefonte, as a candidate for Prothonotary, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters as ex- pressed at the general primaries on Sep- tember 16th, 1919. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. We are authorized to announce the name of George M. Harter, of Marion township, Nittany postofiice R. ¥. D. No. 1, occupa- tion farmer, for the nomination for Coun- ty Commissioner subject to the decision of the Democratic voters as expressed at the general primaries to be held Wednes- the general primaries to be held Tuesday, September 16th, 1919. We are authorized to announce the name of Burdine Butler, of Howard township, as a candidate for the nomination of County Commissioner, subject to the de- cision” of the Democratic voters as ex- pressed at the primaries on September 16th, 1919. We are authorized to announce the name of William H. Fry, of Ferguson township, as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Democratic party as expressed at the general prima- ries on September 16th, 1919. We are authorized to_ announce that George H. Richards, of Philipsburg bor- ough, is a candidate for County Commis- sioner, subject to the decision of the Dem- ocratic voters as expressed at the general primaries on September 16th, 1919. COUNTY TREASURER. We are authorized o announee the name of James E. Harter, of Penn township, as a candidate for the nomination of County Treasurer subject to the decision of the Democratic voters as expressed at the gen- eral primaries to be hel@ Tuesday, Sep- tember 16th, 1919. COUNTY AUDITOR. We are authorized to announce the name of J. S. Condo, of Marion township, as a candidate for County Auditor subject to the decision of the Democratic voters as expressed at the general primaries on Sep- tember 16th, 1919. POOR OVERSEER. ‘We are authorized to announce the name of James E. Solt, of Bellefonte, as a can- didate for Poor Overseer in Bellefonte borough, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters of Bellefonte at the pri- maries to be held on September 16th, 1919. We are authorized to announce D. W. Eberhart as a candidate for the nomina- tion for Overseer of the Poor of Bellefonte, subject to the decision of the Democratic 64-33-3t County. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. Christian Science society, Furst building, High street. Sunday service 11 a. m. Sunday school 9.45. Wed- nesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. To these meetings all are welcome. A free reading-room is open to the pub- lic every Thursday afternoon from 2 to 4. Here the Bible and Christian Science literature may be read, bor- rowed or purchased. Subject, August 24th, “Mind.” ST. JOHN'S REFORMED CHURCH. + Services next Sunday morning at 10:45. Sunday school at 9:30. No evening service. Rev. A. M. Schmidt, Pastor. UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST. Corner of High and Thomas Sts. Every one is welcome at the special evangelistic services now in progress. All Sunday services at the usual hours. Geo. E. Smith, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Bible school, 9:30 a. m. Exhibit of department chart. Sermon, “Scrip- ture Fulfilled Before Our Eyes,” 10:45 a. m. Intermediate League, 3 p. m. Senior League, 6:30 p. m. Ad- dress by Mrs. Romans, noted lectur- er, 7:30 p. m. Coleville—Services 2 p. m., George Eberhart, superintendent. Pastor will baptize children at this service. Spe- cial music. Alexander Scott, Minister. Notice to Voters of Centre County. Owing to the recent death of my wife and quite serious illness of my daughter, I will be unable to make a thorough canvass of the county in my candidacy for the nomination for Sheriff on the Republican ticket, so I am compelled to in this way bring my appeal for support to the Repub- lican voters and will greatly appreci- ate any assistance rendered. 32-3t HARRY R. NASH, Philipsburg. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS OR SALE OR RENT.—Farm in Boggs township. Inquire of Miss ANNA HOY, Spring St., Bellefonte. 33-2t plant of ANTED.—Workmen at Eastern Refractories company, Port Matilda... Apply in person or by. letter..to lL. ¥Y. GREENE, Supt; post Matilda. OR rooms on one:side and 5 on the other, with hot water heat, bath and electric light, also double lot. In- quire of REBECCA C, TUTEN, Philips- burg, ‘Pa. 8 : 64-31-3t stolen. Ab 0G LOST, strayed or month’s old, female fox hound; black and white spotted, strayed from the farm of Mary W. Meek, in Fer- guson township, Monday morning and its return or information leading. to its re- covery -will ‘he suitably rewarded by JOHN BRESSLER. Penna. Furnace, Pa. R. I. D. SALE.—Double dwelling house, 10 STRAY NOTICE.—Came to the resi- “7 \dence of the undersigned abet 8 o'clock last Saturday evening, Au- gust 2nd, two male calves, about eighteen months old. One a red Pole with white on face and one a Hereford. Owner can get sume by proving property and paying all costs of Advertising, keep and damages. : ¢ Mrs. BELLE MATTERN.} ‘ Fleming, Pa. R. F. D. 64-31-3¢ * DMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.—Letters A of administration having beed granted to the undersigned upon the estate of Dr. J. E. Ward, late of Belle- fonte borough, deceased, all persons know- ing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make prompt payment, and those having claims against the same must present them, duly authenticated, for set- tlement. Mrs. BELLE M. WARD, W. Harrison Walker Administratrix, 64-28-61 Attorney. Bellefonte. Pa. of financial statement for the School District of Bellefonte hor- ough for the year ending July 7th, 1919. Fra STATEMENT. —Summary Assessed valuatior ............. .$1790145.00 Per Capita Tax........ceovaeee. . 136.04 For School Purposes, 13 mills... 23271.80 For Sinking Fund and interest, SINS... ii Av eed eo, 5370.43 Total Amt. of Taxes............$ 28778.86 GENERAL FUND. Account of Charles TI. Cook, Treasurer. RECEIPTS. Amt. received from J. K. John- ston, collector (general prop- erty TAX). deesinantrn rere 21399.05 Tuition, non-resident pupils.... 5001.90 Regular State Appropriation. os 4108.50 High School Appropriation...... 532 Vocational Appropriation........ 1166.67 Manual Training......cooeeeeeeee SST. Tax LIenSy....c.caseian-sstoreny 284.19 Patriotic League......coeeeeeeans 3 2.00 Centre Co. Banking Co., notes... 9500.00 Total receipts to July 7, 1919...8 42081.80 EXPENDITURES, i ald 3g as uly Se Ge wb Expense of Administration— General Control... $1120.88 Educational ........ 892.72— 1473.60 Expense of Ipstruction..... 22650.42 Expense of Operation.... 4760.01 Expense of Maintenance... 1340.01 Expense of Fixed Charges 240.14 Expense of Debt Service... 7900.50 Expense of Capital outlay...... 129.10 Expense of Auxiliary Agencies.. 184.75 Orders of Former Years........ 13.47 Total Expenditures............$ 40777.30 By balance in hands of Treas- pra urer July 8th, 1919.......... 1304.59 $ 42081.89 SINKING FUND ACCOUNT. Receipts :— To Amt. on hand July 2, 1918 Gueliing note of Bellefonte School oard dated July __ Te IND .isivens IT RR $ 17883.44 Received During Year........... 5464.99 $ 23348.43 Expenditures By Amt, of State Tax, Int. Cou- %0 pons, Commissions, etc..... .$ 3849. Belince in Fond J uly 8, 1919: ertificates of. De- woot, Hato i> 4748.83 ote o ellefonte School Board.... 14750.00— 19498.83 $ 23348.43 BALANCE SHEET OF SCHOOL DIST. gsets :— Amount in hands of Treasurer, July 8, 1919, ....0000ncrsere 1304.59 Due on Duplicates. ....ooeeeneee ya11.2¢ Due from Tuition......cccecveee pd Due on Max lens oon, 20 mt. in Sinking Fu . Ing Note)... isenrsrrnrase 19498.83 $ 33437.46 Liabilities :— Old Bonded Debt....... ee $ 2000.80 New Bonded Debt.....coveeeeee: gn ou Outstanding Notes.....eeoreveees 27250. Total Liabilities.... eeeverree $ 112250.00 Total Assets....... besacnndesy 33437.46 Net Indebtedness......ooee:: $ 7881254 Ne Jae exonerations ave not been allowed on uncollecte on up! 2 SLETT., C.-L. GATES voters, as expressed dt the Primaries to be held September 16th, 1919. 64-31-3¢ Aug. 2, 1019. Borough Auditors. desirable location. Inquire of HAMMON SECHLER., 64-12-tf Bush House Block, Bellefonte. OST, STRAYED OR. STOLEN.—On July 17th, a red cow three years white Co i Ses tier Fok v 2 nder ease no HRAMATNIK, iS Pa. -31-3t RIDGE LETTING.—Bids will be re- ceived by the County Commission- ers of Centre County, Penna. at their office in the Court House at Belle- fonte, Penna., until! 10 o’clock a. m., Tues- day, September 9th, 1919, for the building of a reinforced concrete bridge, on high- way Route No. 56, near Lemont, in Col- lege township, Centre county, Penna. The Bridge will be a structure consist- ing of two twenty-four (24) foot spans with pier and a twenty-four foot roadway built according to standard plans amd specifications as furnished by the State ighway Department and on file in the office of the County Commissioners, (or Highway Department). Bidders must deposit with clerk ar County Commissioners, at least one (1) hour before time of receiving bids, a cer- tified check payable to the Commissioners of Centre County for the sum of $300.00. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be re- turned to them upon award of contract. Check of successful bidder shall be re- tained by the County Commissioners as security for the faithful performance on his part of the work set forth in his pro- posed bid and as indemnity against dam- ages that may be caused by failure on the part of said bidder to perform the condi- tions of his proposal. Check of the suc- cessful bidder shall be returned to him upon the acceptance of his Bond which shall be equal to fifty per cent. (30 per cent.) of the amount of his bid. All bids must be in a Jump sum for the entire work complete as indicated in the drawing and called for in the specifica- tions on file. Bids will be publicly opened at 11 o'clock a. m. on the same day. The Commissioners reserve the right ‘to reject any or all bids. By order of the Commissioners of Cen- tre County, D. A. GROVE, WILLIAM H. NOLL, Jr. ISAAC MILLER. County Commissioners Attest: Harry N. Meyer, Clerk. Bellefonte, Penna August 20, 1919. 64-33-3t J. J. LAJEAL, The expert piano tuner, of Erie, is now in Bellefonte to do your tuning. Orders left at Beezer’s meat market will receive prompt attention. 30-tf ROPERTY FOR SALE.—In Bellefonte Boro., along state road to Miles- Sud vers, 200x400 418 Doyble dwelling 8 g n one end. pply to K. H. HOOVER, Eagle Block, Bellefonte. 31-3t ARMERS TAKE NOTICE.—I will in- sure dwellings at $1.00 a hundred, and barns at $1.60 a hundred, on the cash plan for three years, and dwell- ings 50 cents a hundred, and barns at 80 cents a hundred on the assessment plan for 5 years as against fire and lightning. 64-28-1y J. M. KEICHLINE, Agent. OTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.—No- tice is hereby given that the annu- al meeting of the members of the Bellefonte Hospital Association will be held at the Bellefonte hospital on Friday, August 29th, 1919, at four o’clock p. m., for the election of members of the Board of Directors to fill such vacancies on the Board as may then exist; also to pass up- on all such matters that may properly come before said meeting. All persons who have contributed to the support of the hospital during the past year are en- titled to vote at the said meeting. By order of the Board of Directors, H. E. FENLON, Secretary. .OF APPLICATION 64-32-3t OTICE en that an application will be made to the Court of Common Pleas of Centre County, on the first day of Septem- ber, 1919, at 10 o'clock, a. m., under the provisions of the Corporation Act of 1874, and its supplements, for a Charter for an intended corporation to be called “THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE ALPHA GAMMA RHO ALUMNI ASSO- CIATION,” the character and object of which are to promote the moral, educa- tional, mutual welfare, social and frater- nal culture of its members; and for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits dnd privileges confer- red by the said Act and the supplements thereto. J. KENNEDY JOHNSTON. 64-32-3t Solicitor. FOR | CHARTER.—Notice is hereby giv- | cult repair work done on short notice, | Bush Arcade. , Shoe shining. Give guaranteed, and at low prices, in the them a trial. 30-3t Bellefonte Trust Company Bellefonte, Penna. SOME OF THE THINGS WE DO CHECKING ACCOUNT We will start a checking account for you with $5.00 or more. Pay your bills with a check which will be your receipt. SAVINGS ACCOUNT Bring in a $1.00 or more and open a Savings Ac- count. Get a little Savings Bank for the children to save their pennies. We pay 3% yearly, compounded January 1st, and July 1st. CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT We issue Certificates of Deposit at six months or one year and pay 3% interest, per annum. TRUST DEPARTMENT In our Trust Department we will manage your pri- vate business. Make your will and name the Belle- fonte Trust Company to be your Executor, Guardian, Trustee, etc. Consult us freely without expense. J. L. SPANGLER, G. T. GERBERICH, N.E. ROBB President Vice President Sec’y-Treas. ET. SCENIC THEATRE Tuesday and Wednesday Aug. 26-27th Engagement Extraordinary Here It Is-Let’s Go!” MISS MABEL NORMAND — IN — : Mack Sennet’s $500,000 Comedy Dramatic Thunderbolt The Photo-play of Gladness ——and— “ A Thousand Big Thrills” Added Attra ction. Special Orchestra Playing Special Adapted Music Score, Overture “ MICKEY.” PRICES---MATINEE---Adults, 28c. Children, 17c. NIGHT---28 and 39c Time of Shows---Matinee, 2.30 P. M. A Few Reserved Seats at 55¢ Night, 7 and 9 O’clock.