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In the Churches of the
APSA SSSA SAS AS SSSA
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY.
Christian Science Society, Furst
building, High street, Sunday service
11 2. m. Wednesday evening meet-
ing at 8 o'clock. To these meetings all
are welcome. A free reading room
is open to the public every Thursday
afternoon from 2 to 4. Here the
Bible and Christian literature may be
read, borrowed or purchased. Sub-
ject, August 15th, “Soul;” August 22
Poorman—On “July 26, to Mr. and
Mrs. Bertram David Poorman, of
Spring township, a daughter.
Corman—On July 27, to Mr. and
Mrs. Carrol Corman, of Bellefonte, a
daughter, Martha Elizabeth.
Gehret—On July 10, to Mr. and
Mrs. George Franklin Gehret, of
Spring township, a son, George Rich-
Potter—On July 20 to Mr. and Mrs.
John McCormick Potter, of Spring
township, a daughter, Helen Louise.
Mrs. William W. Shaffer, of Spring
township, a daughter, Mary Bell.
Minnemyer—On July 8, to Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Minnemyer, of Spring
township, a daughter.
Fink—On July 4, to Mr. and Mrs.
L. N. Fink, of Bellefonte, a son,
Charles Osmer Fink.
Miller—On July 8, to Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Miller, of Spring township,
a son, Frederick Lewis.
Stover—On July 13, to Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Scott Stover, of Belle-
fonte, twins, Luther Scott, Jr., and
Snyder—July 31, to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Fisher Snyder, of Sunbury, a
daughter, Dorothy Janet.
Wolfe—July 24, to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward A. Wolfe, of Bellefonte, a
son, Edward Jr.
Houser—On July 8, to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Houser, of Bellefonte, a
Deitrick—On July 13, to Mr. and
Mrs. John 8S. Deitrick, of Walker
township, a daughter, Esther M.
Stover—On July 22, to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles R. Stover, of Walker
township, a son, Charles H.
Gettig—On July 1, to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gettig, of Marion township, a
son, Lee Gettig.
Yearick—On July 19,
Mrs. Clarence Yearick,
township, a daughter.
Fleming—On July 31st, to Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Fleming, of Harrisburg,
a daughter, Mrs. Fleming before her
marriage was Miss Sara Hastings.
to Mr. and
ARMERS TAKE NOTICE—I will in-
F sure your crops for 6 months at
€1.00 & hundred against fire and
J. M. KEICHLINE,
65-31-2t. Bellefonte, Pa.
ANTED—100 LABORERS ON NEW
W paper mill. Wages, 50 cents per
hour, with ten per cent. bonus for
a full week's work. Apply to
TURNER CONSTRUCTION CO.,
65-28-6t. Lock Haven, Pa.
mill. Wages, 80 cents
per hour, with a bonus of four
hours pay for a full week’s work. Apply to
TURNER CONSTRUCTION CO.
65-28-6t. Lock Haven, Pa.
EAL ESTATE.—J. M. KEICHLINE,
real estate operator in Centre county
buys and sells real estate. If
you want to buy or sell real estate write
to him or call at his office in Temple
court, Bellefonte, Pa. (65-28-6m
A of administration having been is-
sued to the undersigned upon the
estate of Clarence T. Lucas, late of Snow
Shoe township, deceased, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said es-
tate are requested to make prompt pay-
. ment, and those having claims against the
same must present thm, duly authenticat-
ed, for settlement.
C. M. MUFFLEY,
J. K. Johnston, Howard, Pa.
OTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.—No-
tice is hereby given that the an-
nual meeting of the members of
the Bellefonte Hospital Corporation will
be held at the Bellefonte hospital on Fri-
day, August 27th, 1920, at four o’clock p.
m., for the election of members of the
Board of Trustees to fill such vacancies
on the Board as may then exist; also to
pass upen all such matters as may prop-
erly come before said meeting. All per-
sons who have contributed to the sup-
nort of the hospital during the past
year are entitled to vote at the said meet-
3y order of the Board of Trustees,
H. E. FENLON,
OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
3 CHARTER.—Notice is hereby giv-
en that an application will be
made to the Governor of the State of
Pennsylvania, on September Tth, A. vy
1920, by LEO E. KELLY, JOSEPH
KELLY and JAMES KELLY, Jr. under
the Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, entitled, “An Act to
Provide for the Incorporation and Regula-
tion of Certain Corporations,” approved
April 29, 1874, and the supplements there-
to, for the charter of an intended corpora-
tion to be called
LEO E. KELLY COMPANY
the character and object of which is do-
ing a general contracting business, to
wit: Excavating, grading, curbing, pav-
ing, construction of streets, roads and
highways, laying pipes, conduits, drains,
the construction of sewers, culverts, abut-
ments, cellar walls, foundations and piers,
and furnishing labor and material there-
for, and to do a general excavating busi-
ness, and for these purposes to have and
possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits
and privileges of the said Act of As-
sembly and its supplements.
RICHARDS, SMYTH & CONWAY
Carpenters for construction work.
Wages 70c per hour and upwards ac-
cording to ability. 10 hours per day:
Long job. Good sleeping accommoda-
tion free with meals at reasonable rate.
Transportation one way refundedsefter
six weeks steady work. Apply
The Viscose Company,
25, to Mr. and |
ALE OF REAL ESTATE.—THE
undersigned, Attorneys in Fact
for the children, heirs at law, and
legal representatives of Mary Hoover and
Harvey Hoover, late of Union township,
Centre county, Pennsylvania, (both deceas-
ed) in pursuance of the authority granted
in a letter of authority duly recorded, will
offer at public sale, on the premises sit-
uate two miles west of Unionville, along
the Dix Run road, in the county, township
and State aforesaid, on Saturday, Septem-
ber 4th, 1920, at 2:30 p. m., the real estate
of the above named decedents, viz:
Tract No. 1. Containing 33 acres and
Tract No. 2. Containing 63 acres more
Tract No. 3. Containing 31 acres and al-
There is erected on the above premises,
the usual farm buildings. In addition to
a first class apple orchard there is a never
failing spring of water on the property.
TERMS OF SALE. 20 per cent. of the
purchase price to be paid in cash when
the property is declared sold; 30 per cent.
on the execution and delivery of a Deed,
and the balance of 50 per cent. payable
within one year, together with interest
thereon at 6 per cent. per annum, secur-
ed by proper Bond and Mortgage on the
premises. The consideration may be paid
in cash upon delivery of deed but the 20
per cent. of the purchase price must be
paid on day of sale when property
is declared sold. .
Possession of the premises will be given
to the purchaser upon the full compliance
with the terms of sale.
MARTHA H. HOOVER,
W. HARRISON WALKER,
Attorneys in Fact,
I.. Frank Mayes, Auct.
F of the Annual Statement of the
School District of Bellefonte bor-
ough for the year ending July 5th, 1920.
| Assessed valuation ............ $ 1800962.
Per Capita Tax......oicoreenens 139.21
For School Purposes, 15 mills.. 27014.43
For Sinking Fund and interest,
3 MINS. ......cccooinranrine. 5402.99
Total Amount of Taxes........$ 32556.63
Account of Charles F. Cook, Treasurer:
To balance on hand July
qth, 1919.......... . i eens $1304.59
Amount received from J. K.
Johnston, Collector, (general
property taX)......eeeiieees 27874.22
Tuition, non-resident pupils.... 6133.98
Regular State Appropriation 4083.00
High School Appropriation..... 560.00
Vocational Appropriation....... 1456.68
Salary Increase Appropriation.. 1923.75
Manual Training........... .... 212.22
Sales of books, etc.
3alance in Fund July 5th, 1920:
Certificate of De
nosit LL... $11033.43
Note of Belle-
Board ........ 10000.00—$ 21933.43
Total ve.aekv.. rors arid. $ 25820.88
BALANCE SHEET OF SCHOOL DIST.
Assets i —
Amount in hands of Treasurer
July 5th, 1920............... $ 957.11
Due on Duplicates.............. 6842.44
Due on Tuition................. 1385.
Amt. in Petty Cast Acct......... T.0¢
Due from Tax Liens............ 2733.62
Amount in Sinking Fund (in-
cluding. Note)..,........ .:¢ 21933.43
otal i. a a aS 33859.55
Old Bonded Debt............... $ 20000.00
New Bonded Debt............... 65000.00
Outstanding Notes.............. 21500.09
Outstanding Orders ............ 24.7
Total Liabilities.......... .,S8 106524.7H
Total Assets ...........:. 33859.56
Net Indebtedness ........ceveeee $ 72665.19
D. A. BARTLET,
C. L. GATES
Bellefonte, Pa. M. T. EISENHAUER
July 31st, 1920.
Notice to Farmers
and Landlords !
I will resume the storage of
wheat, from July 1st to the follow-
ing July 1, each year, as formerly,
and will pay the highest cash price
G. M. GAMBLE,
65-30-1m Bellefonte, Pa.
Ira D. Garman
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
“JEWELRY MADE OVER”
11th Street Below Chestnut,
63-34-6m. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Laborers for construction work. Wages
50c per hour, 10 hours per day. Long
job and best men will be retained after-
wards. Good sleeping accommodations
free for a limited number of men. Apply
The Viscose Company,
Farm for Sale.
70 acre Askey farm, one mile north-
east of Howard. 8-room house, bank
barn. Approximately 40 acres good
tillable land; 26 acres ridge land, 12
acres timber land. Limestone quarry.
Fairview school and church 300 yards
from farm house. Offers will be re-
ceived until October 1, 1920. Address
Mrs. CLARA WEBER THOMAS,
65-31-11. Howard, Centre Co., Pa.
Amt. rec'd. on Notes.
Total Receipts........eeeen.....$ 55830.00
Expense of Administration: —
Educational ....... 661.33—$ 2114.94
Expense of Instruction......... 28384.62
Expense of Operation........... 5182.50
Expense of Maintenance........ 771.66
Expense of Fixed Charges...... 149.79
Expense of Debt Service.... 16644.21
Expense of Capital Outlay...... 1414.73
axpense of Auxiliary Agencies 219.61
Total Expenditures.............$% 054881.89
By balance in hands of Treasur-
er July 5th, 1920............ 957.11
SINKING FUND ACCOUNT
To Amount, on hand July 7th,
1919, including note of
Bellefonte School Board dat- :
ed July 7th, 1917).......... $ 19,498.83
Received from J. K. Johnston,
Collector ....vc.cuoierenese 5694.55
Rec'd. from Interest............. 62722
Total deceiptS.....ooivniiren., $ 25820.S8 |
By Amount of State Tax, Int.
Coupons, Commissions. etc.§ 3887.45
65-18-tf Bellefonte, Pa.
Run only 1,642 Miles
An Exceptional Bargain
This car is in A-1 condition and
will be demonstrated
To Quick Buyer.
William Penn Highway Garage
| TYRONE, PA.
1 Phila. Office
Mrs. ALICE SHOWERS
No. 15 N. Spring St. (Five doors
from Centre County Bank)
of high grade eyeglasses and spec-
tacles at a saving of from one-
third to one-half off on every pair.
with Poor Sight, Blurry Vision,
Cross Eyes, Head-
Absolutely Free of Charge or ob-
ligation to purchase glasses. I will
examine your eyes. If glasses are
needed I will frankly and truth-
fully tell you so, and I can fit you
glasses that will relieve and correct
If your time is limited call early
and avoid waiting.
827 Perry Building
16th and Chestnut Sts
selected with care
for the occasion for
which it is intended
is a joy both to the donor and receiver.
This store can surely help you.
F. P. Blair & Son,
Jewelers and Optometrists
Farm Bureau Stock Show.
1920- Lewistown Fair-1920
August 31-September 1, 2, 3
New $75,000 Plant. One of the Finest
in the State.
$5,500.00 IN PURSES
Horticultural and Agricultural Show
Free Acts and Carnival Midway
AAA NAAN UII NSS INNIS SSNS NSIT INNS
Rust Proof Corsets
— AT —
$1.75 and $2.00
SCHLOW'S QUALITY SHOP
The Best for the Well-Dressed
a cn A.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. : :
Notice To Farmers! |3
OR SALE.—Ford touring car, 1919 a S$
model, in first-class shape. Extra a S$
ute tt (SRE I M0 0% |g ET Seteted to enrol th he | 8
Sauipped With sil exirgs, Bargain price | Western Maryland Dairy Co., 150 Nassau $
R. R. BLAIR, Bellefonte, Pa. _| Street, New York City. ail
Both Phones. é5-26-1f | Whether you expect to sell your milk | @ ® © ©
| to the Bellefonte station of our plant or |
m==========| not we would like to have your name on $
oup list so we can mail you valuable 9 3
airy information from time Io fime. 3 The very thing that you have
Carpenters Wanted Western Maryland Dairy Co. $ b 1 Xi f
NEW YORK CITY. |
ea a dha 3 een looking for
Carpenters for concrete form work. Country Manager. 65-28-tf 9
70c per hour, 10 hours per day. Long Q
job. Good sleeping accommodations for | s——————————— Q A ( l A R A N | k h )
a limited number of men. Apply $
The Viscose Company, $
os LEWISTOWN, PA. 8 All Pure Thread
3 : ‘
The We : S 1k Stoc Nl
The McVey Co. 3
Real Estate Operators 3 We have them in all colors and
Lo 3 guarantee toreplace any pair that
FOR SALE 9 will not wear a month without
6 room frame dwelling with all medern ¢ developing a runner.
conveniences, E. Howard street. $
venlanens, Food 1ot. Immediate possession 3 The manufacturer of these
DE Q hose guaranteed them to us, and
8 acre farm clear and in high state of S$ 2 9
ee house and barn in good condi- Lows DAMMpnS $ we guarantee them to you.
tion. 3-4 mile west of Zion, $1500. Philadelphia Eyesight Specialist | ?
OFFICES: ONE DAY ONLY $
BELLEFONTE, PA. ¢ i
NATE MORORD oN % We are at present selling a new
HARRISBURG LEWISTOWN A 18th 1920 'S .
JOINSTOWR Wed. ug. ’ 9 special brand of the famous
Crider Stone Building S$
Office Hours, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m ¢
SECHLER & CoO.
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
with Your Patronage.
SEE Our Display Window
Everything for the
Wash day is much easier when you have the right
appliances at hand. Doesn’t cost a great deal
either. ‘LET US SHOW YOU.
The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.