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E. L. MEREDITH NEW CABINET
Jowan Succeeds David F. Houston,
Who is Named Secretary of
Washington, Jan. 27th.—David
Franklin Houston, of St. Louis; who
has been Secretary of Agriculture
since the beginning of the Wilson ad-
ministration, was given the Treasury
portfolio today, and Edwin L. Mere-
dith, of Des Moines, was named to
succeed him as head of the Depart-
ment of Agriculture.
Another cabinet change expected
soon is the appointment of a Secreta-
ry of the Interior, to succeed Frank-
lin XK. Lane, who desires to retire to
Mr. Meredith is the editor of Suc-
cessful Farming, president of the As-
sociated Advertising Clubs of the
World and a director of the Chicago
Federal Reserve bank.
In a statement today at Miami, Mr.
Meredith said one of his first under-
takings as head of the Agricultural
Department would be to work out
some method of getting crops to mar-
ket “without too much loss of mo-
Meantime, Mr. Houston will succeed
Carter Glass, who will take his seat
in the Senate to fill the unexpired
term of the late Thomas S. Martin, of
Virginia, after serving as Secretary
of the Treasury for a little more than
When Secretary Lane passes out of
the cabinet only four of the President’s
original family will remain. Mr. Wil-
son had two Secretaries of State—W.
J. Bryan and Robert Lansing; two
Secretaries of War—Lindley M. Gar-
rison and Newton D. Baker; three At-
torneys General—James Clark Mec-
Reynolds, now an associate justice of
Supreme Court; Thomas Watt Grego-
ry and A. Mitchell Palmer; two Sec-
retaries of Commerce—William C.
Redfield and Joshua W. Alexander,
and three Secretaries of the Treasury
—William G. McAdoo, Carter Glass
and David F. Houston.
About the Month of February.
It is said that February this year in
addition to having two holidays, is
distinguished for having five Sundays,
a thing which has not happened be-
fore for seven hundred years and
which will not occur again for a like
period of time. The first day and the
29th, or last day of the month are
both Sundays. And there’s the ground
hog’s holiday besides a day when Bill
Fairman and his good fellowship club
— Subscribe for the “Watchman.”
We offer at pre-war prices a lot of
sash, mouldings, store drawers, doors
with glass panels, outside shutters,
inside blinds, machinery, circular
saws, log chains, kitchen range, and a
variety of useful things too numerous
to name. Come, phone or write us.
65-4-4t P. B. CRIDER & SON.
ATTRACTIVE HOME FOR SALE
STATE COLLEGE, PA.
Ten room house, consisting of 3 rooms
on the third floor, 4 rooms and bath on the
second floor, 3 rooms and reception hall on
the first floor; with cellar the entire space
of the house; 15 inch red brick walls;
electric lighted throughout; hot air heat-
ing system; cement floor cellar; toilet and
sink, hot and cold water in cellar; three
porches, two facing the college; slate
roof; in good condition; adjacent to col-
lege land; no commission er real estate
dealers. Answer “Box Z,” Democratic
Watchman, Bellefonte, Pa. 65-1-3t, e. o.w.
Manufactured by the
Curtin Milling Co., Curtin, Pa.|
FOR SALE BY
The R. S. Brouse Store
and The John Meese Store
64-43~tf Bellefonte, Pa.
Silk Mill Bond
tor an investment. A 6 per
cent. bond guaranteed by am-
A $500 bond pays interest
twice a year at rate of 6%
Only $75,000 to be issued,
You Must Act, Quickly
if you wish to take advantage
of this excellent investment.
Subscribe with any merchant
or bank in town, and
Do it Now!
Help to Boost Bellefonte!
First come, first served
This space donated by
The Scenic Theatre
ANTED.—Experienced girl for gen-
eral housework. Good wages. Ap-
ply to Mrs. CHARLES BEATTY,
Wilson St., Bellefonte. 65-3-tf
OR SALE.—A two-horse light bob sled,
F with four seats—used for hack.
Address, A. W. D.
Bell phone 21R4 65-4-tf
DMINISTRATOR’S SALE OF REAL
A ESTATE.—The undersigned, ad-
ministrator c. t. a. of the estate of |
Jane G. Brown, late of Bellefonte borough,
deceased, will offer for sale at the Court
House, Bellefonte, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920,
at 1:30 o'clock p. m., the following real es-
tate of deceased, located on east Howard
street, Bellefonte, being that portion or
tract of land conveyed by deed from John
Kelley and Sarah, his wife, to Jane G.
Brown, and recorded in Deed Book 2 page
115, bounded and described as follows:
All that certain messuage, tenement and
lot of ground situate on East Howard
street, bounded on the East by other land
of Jane G. Brown and measuring thirty-
eight (38) feet fronting on said Howard
street, be the same more or less to an al-
ley running by lands of the said Jane G.
Brown a distance of two (200) feet South-
ward to another alley, a distance of thir-
ty-eight (38) feet more or less to another
alley, thence Westward along said alley
two hundred (200) feet to the place of be-
ginning on Howard street. Containing
twenty-eight (28) perches more or less.
Terms made known on day of sale.
L. Frank Mayes, Auctioneer.
CHARLES M. McCURDY,
Administrator, ec. t. a.,
James C. Furst, Bellefonte, Pa.
t | 65-1-6t*
miles west of Pine Grove Mills, on
the state road. Apply to
JOHN H. MILLER,
65-3-3t R. F. D. Penna Furnace, Pa.
TENOGRAPHER WANTED.—A very
good salary will be paid to the
young lady with experience in
stenography and book-keeping. Must be
neat and accurate. Address reply to P. O.
Box No. 92, Bellefonte, Pa. 64-4-2t
EAL ESTATE WANTED.—We have
ready purchasers for improved
Bellefonte real estate, also farms
in Centre county. Let us know what you
have to offer.
THE McVEY CO.
65-4-4t Bellefonte, Pa.
XECUTRIX’S NOTICE.—Letters testa-
mentary having been granted to
the undersigned upon the estate of
Rebecca Charles, late of Walker township,
deceased, all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate are requested to
make prompt payment and those having
claims against the same must present them,
duly authenticated, for settlement.
65-2-6t Hublersburg, Pa.
AP Raministra NOTICE.—Letters
F*™% FOR RENT.—Two farms, four
of Administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon
the estate of Mary Ann Grove, late of
Bellefonte borough, deceased, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to the same
are requested to make prompt payment,
and those having claims against said es-
tate must present them properly authen-
ticated for settlement.
Have You Bought One of Our
0-Quart Ice Cream Freezers?
Guaranteed to Freeze Cream in 5 Minutes
And the Price only $1.25
We Have Sold Eight Dozen in Eight Weeks
The Potter-Hoy Hdw. Co.
Buy a Silk Mill Bond
A good, safe 6 per cent. investment
Galel’ Sale! Sale!
We must, have room
A Waist for Every Taste
Dainty Crepes and Voils
Warm, comfy Flannelettes
—every one a quality creation,
at a reduction that will hold
good for a short time only.
Our Coat, Suit and Dress Sale
is rolling merrily along.
Every Purchase a Saving
for our Spring Stock
Schlow’s Quality Shop
The Best for the Well-Dressed
The World has Never Seen
A PICTURE AS SENSATIONAL AS
“Auction of Souls”
—one that brought $10.00 per seat for a private showing.
Now released for public exhibition at popular prices. It
is the motion picture portrayal of the true story of a sole
survivor of a half million Armenian girls, by
herself an Armenian beauty, who escaped to America
after two years of unspeakable experience and adven-
ture in the hands of Kurdish Raiders, Slave Markets and
is her own story, substantiated by facts from official re-
ports of Allied investigators. in which she lives and acts
again the horrors she went through.
AVital and Thrilling Picture..Don’t Miss It
Scenic Theatre, Bellefonte
2 Days---Mon. and Tues., Feb. 2 and 3
No Children Under 14 Years Admitted
Morning Shows, 10 o’clock
Afternoon ** 930
Evening Shows, 6.80 and 8.30---Admission 30 Cents
War Tax Extra
} . . . Admission 25 Cents
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Buy Now While Deliveries are Possible
Buy your Ford car now while deliveries are possible. There is only a limited,
specified number of Ford cars allotted to this territory. You will be wise to buy
one now while we can get cars to deliver. A signed order with us is your protec-
Even our small allotment of Ford cars is not shipped us until we have bona-
fide orders for them. This is because the demand for Ford cars all over the
country is greater than the supply or production. So, don’t depend on spring de-
Only so many Ford cars will be shipped in to this territory; only so many will
be able to get Ford cars. If you would be forehanded and plan ahead, you will
have us deliver you a Ford car as soon as possible. Then you will have it to use
whenever you want it.
The Ford is an all year utility—in your home or business. Its serviceability,
its ease of operation, its low cost of maintenance has made it such. It will serve
you the year around. Spring and summer, autumn and winter, it is your servant;
always ready to do your bidding.
BEATTY MOTOR CO.
Insist on Genuine Ford Parts