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In the Churches of the
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Sabbath services as follows: Morn-
ing worship at 10:45. Evening wor-
ship at 7:30. Sabbath school at 9:45
a. m. Prayer service every Wednes-
day evening at 7:45. A cordial wel-
come to all.
Rev. W. K. McKinney, Ph. D., Minister
ST. JOHN'S REFORMED CHURCH.
Sunday morning, July 4th, 10:45 a.
m., sermon, “Will America Make
Good?” Evening, at 7:30, “Blind
Eyes Opened.” Sunday school 9:30
a. m. and C. E. meeting at 6:45 p. m.
Ambrose M. Schmidt, D. D., Minister.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning
worship 10:45. Evening worship
7:30. Visitors welcome.
Rev. Wilson P. Ard, Minister.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL).
Services for July 4th: Fifth Sun-
day after Trinity, Independence day,
8 a. m. Holy Eucharist. 8:45 a. m.
Mattins (plain). 11 a. m. Holy Eu-
charist and sermon. 7:30 p. m. even-
song. These services will all have a
patriotic character, and the Holy
Sacrifice offered to Almighty God in
behalf of our country. Visitors cor-
Rev. M. DeP. Maynard, Rector. !
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Bible school 9:30, sermon,
Americans” 10:45. Junior League 2
p. m. Very important meeting and
every member urged to be present.
Senior League, patriotic service—vet-
erans of Civil war, Spanish war and '
world war invited; leader, Martha
Barnhart, 6:30. Sermon “Our Adver-
sary the Devil,” 7:30. Special music.
Coleville—Bible school 2 p. m. Ser-
mon by pastor, and Sacrament of the
Lord’s Supper, 2:45.
Alexander Scott, Minister.
—What the robins have left of the
cherries will soon be on the market.
— Mysterious, marvelous, mirth-
provoking freaks at the side show
Thursday, July 8th. School house
The grain is coloring and be-
fore another issue of the “Watchman”
reaches its readers most if not all of
it will be on shock.
——The Cunningham property on
south Allegheny street has been sold
to Angelo Genua through The McVey
Co., the consideration being $2,900.
Is there a personal devil? How
does he work? How defeated? Ishe
at work in the world today? To be
considered at the Methodist church
Sunday evening, 7:30. Special music. :
Mrs. Mary Frietz, of Lock Ha-
ven, has announced the marriage of
her daughter Sarah to William T. Mec-
Govern, of Bellefonte, the
having taken place in Williamsport
on Tuesday, June 29th.
G. Fred Musser was taken
quite ill last Friday night and for =
day or two his condition was consid-
ered quite serious, but he is
around as usual in a day or two.
— Work on the new silk mill is
progressing very slowly now owing to
the fact that shipments of the struc-
tural steel have been very much delay-
ed. The steel is for the roof and the
north side of the building and as the
walls are all completed much of the
work will be held up until the steel is
turned home from Philadelphia on
Sunday evening, Mr. Conley feeling
very good over the fact that the spe-
cialist he went down to consult told
him that there was nothing serious
wrong with him. But on Monday
night he was again taken sick and has
been confined to the house most of the
: po :
much - improved now and will be
Mr. and Mrs. J. Will Conley re- |
——While Bellefonters have their
Chautauqua in contemplation several
of the smaller towns are this week en-
joying the delights of the three day
Chautauqua. The circuit includes
Millheim, then Centre Hall and Port
Matilda. At Centre Hall the tent is
pitched on the school house grounds
and every session is largely attended.
Dr. George P. Bible is one of the lec-
turers on this Chautauqut circuit.
OR SALE.—One oak dining-room set,
of table and six chairs—$15.00
cash. Inquire at the Methodist
parsonage, Bellefonte, Pa. 65-26
TTENTION :—I want
A party having farm for sale.
price and description. L. W. Bor-
ah, Box 248, Champaign, Illinois. 65-26-2t*
Fem gold ring with set, on coun-
to hear from
ter in Bellefonte Trust Company's
bank. Owner can have same by
calling, proving property and paying for
this adv. 26-2t
ANTED.—Furnished Rooms for light
housekeeping. 2 bed-rooms, kitch-
en and bath-room, for couple with-
out children. Either in Bellefonte, Pleas-
ant Gap or Rockview. References ex-
changed. Kindly reply to this office. 25-tf
LA rue WANTED.—For_ Steel Con-
struction. 54 hour week. Can make
full time. Wages,
HORATIO S. MOORE,
ANTED.—A good cook. Will pay
fifteen ($15) dollars a week for
same. Will pay twelve ($12) dol-
lars a week for a waitress and ten ($10)
dollars for a chambermaid. Inquire of
A. G. MORRIS
E. Linn St., Bellefonte, Pa.
OR SALE.—Ford touring car, 1919
model, in first-class shape. Extra
winter top and extra new tires,
, Hassler shock absorbers and completely
"equipped with all extras. Bargain price
for quick sale.
R. R. BLAIR, Bellefonte, Pa.
Both Phones. 65-26-1f
A DMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.—Letters
50 cents an
of administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon
the estate of David G. Knox, late of Ben-
ner township, 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-
EMMA E. KNOX,
Attorney. Bellefonte, Pa.
65-22-6t R. ¥. D. No..1
LECTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby
given that pursuant to a vote of
J. K. Johnston,
the Board of School Directors of
Snow Shoe township School District, a
special election will be held in said town-
ship on Saturday, the 8rd day of July,
1920, for the purpose of obtaining the con-
sent of the electors of the said School Dis-
trict to incur an indebtedness of the said
School District to the amount of Twenty-
Two Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars
($22,800.00) to be used in the erection and
construction of a public school building
at Clarence, in the said Township, and for
the furnishing and equipping of same.
The said election will be held at the
places, and by the officers provided by
law for the holding of elections in the
Notice is hereby given that the amount
of the last assessed valuation of taxable
property in the said Snow Shoe Township
School District, as adjusted for the year
1920 is $229,090.00.
The present indebtedness of the
said School Distriet is.
Total debt................ (None)
The proposed debt...........c.c0n $22,800.00
i and the purpose of incurring said debt is
| to obtain funds for the erection and con-
struction of a public school building at
! Clarence and for the furnishing and equip-
ping of same. Polls open at 7 a. m. and
closa at 7 p. m.
By order of the Board.
+ Attest: ANDREW CHAMBERS,
i R. B. Daugherty, President.
Real Estate Operators
Double house, six rooms and den on
each side. All modern conveniences,
‘ State College.
| Six room dwelling, all modern con-
‘ veniences. A bargain, State College.
Good six room house, electric light
and water, plenty of fruit, $2000.
| A six room house on east Lamb
| street, Bellefonte, $1400.00. House in
i good condition.
Get our price on ready-cut houses
| BELLEFONTE MOUNT UNION
1 ALTOONA DFORD
t HARRISBURG LEWISTOWN
Crider Stone Building
65-18-tf Bellefonte, Pa.
Quelques Fleurs Perfume, 1 0z. - $7.00
Ideal perfume, - - loz - - 500
“ Toilet Water, - a 8.00
“ Talcum, - i. - 125
“ Face Powder, - - - - 5,50
Azurea Talcum, . - §.3
“ Face Powder, - 175
“« Sachet, - - 125
“ Perfume, - - - 275
“ Toilet Water, - 275
Mary Garden Talcum, - 35 & 75c¢.
if “ Sache, - - - $1.25
fe * Cold Cream, - - 75
k€ “ Compact Face Powder, .65
% “ .. Rouge, - . « 65
i %¢ Face Powder, - - 1.25
ft « Toilet Water, - $2.00 & 3.75
i £ Perfume, $1.50, $2.75 & 6.50
‘The McVey Co.
ANTED—Used touring car, Dodge or
equivalent. Must be in first class
condition—cash consideration. Ad-
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 DISSOLUTION OF PART-
NERSHIP.—Notice is hereby given,
that the partnership, lately sub-
sisting between W. Fred Reynolds and
J. L. Montgomery, of Bellefonte, Pa., un-
der the firm name of the Bellefonte Fuel
& Supply Company, was dissolved by op-
eration of law upon tke death of J. L.
Montgomery on January 9, 1920, and by
mutual 2rrangements was continued under
the same firm name by W. Fred Raynolds
and the estate of J. L. Montgomery to
the 15th day of June, 1920, at which time
the estate of J. L. Montgomery purchased
the interest of W. Fred Reynolds in the
partnership. The business will in the fut-
ure be conducted under the firm name
of the Bellefonte Fuel & Supply Company,
being owned exclusively by the estate of
J. L. Montgomery. All debts due to the
said partnership are to be paid, and those
due from the same discharged, at the office
of the Bellefonte Fuel & Supply Company,
where the business will be continued as
W. FRED REYNOLDS
ELIZAMETH M. MONTGOMERY
and GORDON MONTGOMERY
Administrators of the
5 Estate of J. L.. Montgomery.
Our idea of the Coal Market is that
while it may not go higher it will
surely not be any lower for a long
time to come. Therefor it would be
wise for you to lay in your winter coal
supply now and forestall the danger
: of a rise in price when the regular fall
demand sets in. Besides, you can get
it free from ice and snow and now we
will have time to screen it and deliver
to you in the best condition.
Considering the uncertainties of the |
coal market the coal in your cellar is
worth more than the money that
would pay for it is in your bank.
If you want coal let us know your
needs and we will do our best for you.
Junk and Fuel Co.
Yard and Office near P. R. R. Passenger
Have You a Checking Account
If you are a business man you have.
If you want to become one you must have.
No man can do business these days with-
out a proper bank connection.
Why not do your banking with us.
The First National Bank
ment in the past?
Piling Up Happiness
Does each year find you wishing and
hoping for better things in the future
—and regretting lack of accomplish-
There is one sure way to fill your
horn of plenty to the brim with all the
good things of life.
rifice now. It merely means the form-
ing of a good habit.
That geod old formula for suc-
cess is as true now as when it helped
build the fortunes of our pioneer rail-
road builders, manufacturers and pro-
It entails no sac-
Applying it on a small scale in your
own way will bring you results in pro-
Open a bank account with us
and we will help you save.
CENTRE COUNTY BANKING CO
For the Glorious Fourth
BeautifulfiGingham Dresses that
formerly sold at $8.50 to $11. now
Georgette Waists, more attrac-
tive and dainty than ever, over-
blouses, of course, as low as
Last but not Least—Don’t forget
that light weight, comfy Corset,
either in a Gossard. front lace, or
Schlow’s Quality Shop
The Best for the Well-Dressed
SECHLER & CO.
Bellefonte’s Oldest Grocery
The store where long experience in
selecting groceries insures to each
customer a quality of goods just a
little higher than can be found else-
where and at fair prices.
We Invite You to Test this Statement
65-1 with Your Patronage.
F. P. Blair & Son,
Jewelers and Optometrists
Attention! Busy Housewives
The Preserving Time brings
its usual demands
A full 10 Qt. Preserving Kettle
A full 6 Qt. Berlin Covered Kettle
IN GRANITEWARE AT
Sale Begins Saturday Morning
— AT —
The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.