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Bull-Dog Drummond The Adventures of a Demobilized Officer Who Found Peace Dull by CYRIL McNEILE “SAPPER” ILLUSTRATIONS BY IRWIN MYERS Copyright by Geo. H. Doran Co. (Continued from last week.) SYNOPSIS. PROLOGUE.—In December, 1918, four men gathered in a hotel in Berne and heard one of the quartet outline a plan to paralyze Great Britain and at the same time seize world power. The other three, Hocking, American, and Steineman and Von Gratz, Germans, all millionaires, agree to the scheme, providing another man, Hiram Potts, an American, is taken in. The instigator of the plot gives his name as Comte de Guy, but when he leaves for England with his daughter he decides to use the name Carl Peterson. CHAPTER I. — Capt. Hugh (Bulldog) Drummond, a retired officer, advertises for work that will give him excitement, signing ‘X10.” As a result he meets Phyllis Benton, a young woman who an- swered his ad. She tells him of strange murders and robberies of which she sus- pects a band headed by Carl Peterson and Henry Lakington of being the leaders. “I hope he avoided the crash all right,” murmured Drummond politely. Both men looked at him, “The crash!” said Lakington. “There was no question of a crash. We just stopped.” “Really,” remarked Drummond. “I think, sir, that you must be right in your diagnosis of your chauffeur’s mentality.” He turned courteously to Peterson. “When something goes wrong, for a fellah to stop his car, by braking so hard that he locks both back wheels, is no bon, as we used to say in France. I thought, judging by the tracks in the dust, that you must have been in imminent danger of ramming a traction engine. I won- der if I could help your man,” he continued. “I'm a bit of an expert with a Rolls.” “How very kind of you,” said Peter- son. “I'll go and see.” He went over to the man and spoke a few words. “Isn't it extraordinary,” remarked Hugh, “how the eye of the boss gal- vanizes the average man into activ- ity. As long, probably, as Mr. Peter- son had remained here talking, that chauffeur would have gone on tinker- ing with the engine. And now—Ilook, in a second—all serene. And yet I dare say Mr. Peterson knows nothing about it really. Just the watching eye, Mr. Lakington. Wonderful thing —the human optic.” He rambled on with a genial smile. watching with apparent interest the car in front. “Who's the quaint bird sitting beside the chauffeur? peals to me immensely. Wish to heaven I'd had a few more like him in France to turn into snipers.” “May I ask why you think he would have been a success at the job?” Lak- ington’s voice expressed merely per- functory interest, but his cold, steely eyes were fixed on Drummond. “He’s so motionless,” answered Hugh. “The bally fellow hasn't moved a muscle since I've been here. I believe he’d sit on a hornet’s nest, and leave the inmates guessing. Great gift, Mr. Lakington. Shows a strength of will but rarely met with—a mind which rises above mere vulgar cu- riosity.” “Jt is undoubtedly a great gift to have such a mind, Captain Drum- mond,” said Lakington. “And if it isn’t born in a man, he should most certainly try to cultivate it. Shall we be sseing you this evening?” Drummond shrugged his shoulders. “I’m the vaguest man that ever lived,” he said lightly. “I might be listen- ing to nightingales in the country; or I might be consuming steak and onions preparatory to going to a night club. So long. ... Hope you don't break down again so suddenly.” He watched the Rolls-Royce start, but seemed in no hurry to follow suit. And his many friends, who were wont to regard Hugh Drummond as a mass of brawn not too plentifully supplied with brains, would have been puz zled had they seen the look of keen concentration on his face, as he stared along the white dusty road. He could not say why, but suddenly and very certainly the conviction had come to him that this was no hoax and no leg-pull—but grim ana sober reality. In his imagination he heard the sud- den sharp order to stop the instant they were over the hill, so that Peter- son might have a chance of inspect- ing him; in a flash of intuition he knew that these two men were no ordinary people, and that he was sus- pect. Two thoughts were dominant in his mind. The first was that there was some mystery about the motion- less, unnatural man who had sat be- side the driver; the second was a dis- tinct feeling of relief that his auto- matic was fully loaded. THREE. At half-past five he stopped in front of Godalming postoffice. To his sur- prise the girl handed him a wire, and Hugh tore the yellow envelope open quickly. It was from Denny, and it was brief and to the point: “Phone message recélved. AAA. He ap- | i you to come here,” Must see you Carlton tea day after tomorrow. Going Godalming now. AAA. Message ends.” With a slight smile he noticed the military phraseology—Denny at e¢3~ time in his career had been a signaler —and then he frowned. ‘Must see vou.” She shoulé—at once. He turned to the gizl and inquired tne way t3 The Larches. It was about two miles, he gathered, en the Guildford road, and impossible to raiss. A biggish house standing well back in its own grounds, “Is it anywhere near a house called The Elms?’ he asked. «Next door. sir,” said the girl. “The gardens adjoin.” He thanked her, and having torn up the telegram into small pieces, he got into his car. There was nothing for it, he had decided, but to drive boldly up to the house, and say that he had come to call on Miss Benton. He had never been a man who beat about the bush, and simple methods appealed to him—a trait in his char- acter which many a boxer, addicted to tortuous cunning in the ring, had good cause to remember. What more natural, he reflected, than to drive over and see such an old friend? He had no difficulty in finding the house, and a few minutes iater he was ringing the front-door bell. Tt was answered by a maidservant. “Is Miss Benton in?’ Hugh asked with a smile which at once won the girl’s heart. “She has only just come back from London, sir,” she answered doubtfully. “I don’t know whether . ..” “Would you tell her that Captain Drummond called?’ said Hugh as the maid hesitated. “That I happened to find myself near here, and came on chance of seeing her?” Once again the smile was called into play, and the girl hesitated no - longer. “Will you come inside, sir?” she said. “I will go and tell Miss Phyllis.” She ushered him into the draw- ing-room and closed the door. 1t was a charming room, just such as he would have expected with Phyllis. Big windows, opening down to the ground, led out on to a lawn, which was al- ready a blaze of color. A few great oak trees threw a pleasant shade at the end of the garden, and partially showing through them, he could see another house which he rightly as- sumed was The Elms. In fact, even as he heard the door open and shut behind him, he saw Peterson come out of a small summer-house and com- mence strolling up and down, smok ing u cigar. Then he turned round and faced the girl. Charming as she had looked in Lon- don. si; was doubly so now, in a sim- ple I'nen frock which showed off ber figure to perfection. But if he thouzht Le was going to have any leisure io enjoy thie picture undisturbed, he wus soon disillusioned. “Why have you come here, Cup- tain Drummond?’ she said, a little breathlessly. “I said the Carlton— the day after tomorrow.” “Unfortunately,” said Hugh, “Id left London before that message came, My servant wired it on to the post- oitice here. Not that it would have made any difference. I should have come, anyway.” An involuntary smile hovered round her lips for a momens; then she grew serious again. “It's very dangerous for she remarked (Continued on page 6, Col. 1.) MERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT. ERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT OF CENTRE COUNTY.—Notice is hereby given that the following persons and firms have been appraised and are hereby liable for mercantile taxes for the year 1921: RETAIL AXE MANN O'Bryan, G. W., general merchandise. ‘White, W. 8., feeds. AARONSBURG Bower, A. F., implements. Krape, J. F., general merchandise. Kister, G. W., implements. Musser, C. E., candies. Stover, Wmn., oil. Stover, A. S., wall paper. Rachau, Fred W., merchandise. BOALSBURG Brouse, W, H., produce. Hazel, A. J., general merchandise. Ishler, J. G., meats. Rishel, S. R., oil. Charles, F. M., plumber. Patterson, J. D., groceries. Zeckman, J. F., furniture. ~ BLANCHARD. Bowes, W. A., general store. Clark, J. H., gas. Deitz, W. C., groceries. Harter, W. J., general merchandise. Kunes, T. M., general merchandise. Kessinger, H. C., general merchandise. Moon, A. R., cigars, Page, A. E., general store. Rothrock, Sara, notions. Vonada, W. H., merchandise. Williams, C. A. Est., general merchandise BENORE Ghaner, W. H., coal. Lykens, H. B., general merchandise. BELLEFONTE Atlantic Refining Co., gas. Aikey, J. B., groceries. Blair, F. P. & Son, jewelry. Blackford, C. I., cigars. Baum, Sim, clothing. Beezer, P. meats. Bonfatto, G., fruits. Bellefonte Lumber Co., lumber. Brouse, W. 8., groceries. Bellefonte Vule. Co., tires, Brachbill, W. R., furniture, Bellefonte Hardware Co., hardware, Bickett, W. W., cigars. Billett, M. L., feeds. Bush House Cigar Co., cigars. Beatty Motor Co., automobiles. Bellefonte Fuel & Supply Co., coal. - Beezer, George A., automobiles. Crissman, L. H,, cigars. Centre County Junk & Fuel Co., junk. Caldwell, James F., candy. Caldwell and Son, plumbers. Cairns, Thomas W., wall paper. Cohen Co., dry goods. Casebeer, C. D., jeweler. Cooke, C. E., furniture. Coxey, W. C., groceries. City Bakery, bread. Carpento Co., fruits. Carpeneto, J. L., cigars. Cooney, Elizabeth, millinery. City Cash Glogery, groceries. Crider, P. B. & Son, lumber. : pHbbe, % Bm Jemente, | a ectric Supply Co., electric supplies. ‘ Eckel, J. P., meats. , Eckenroth, B. J., wall paper. Finklestine, D., cigars. Fauble, A., clothing. Garman, H.. F., general store. Gamble, G, M., grain. | | i i | | MERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT. MERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT. MERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT. —— S——— MERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT. Genua, Angelo, cigars. Garbrick Bros., auto supplies. Gross, J. W., groceries. Gettig, L. H., meats. Garbrick, H. E., groceries. Gheen Music Shop, pianos. Harnish, J. T. & Co., lumber. Hazel, Thomas S., groceries. Herr & Heverly, groceries. Hockman, N. J., produce. Hazel & Co., dry goods. Heverly, J. O., auto supplies. ! Hunter, J. D., stationery. ! Jodon, J. C., groceries. i Kelley’s Bakery, candies. } Kalin, Max, shoes. Katz, W. S., dry goods. Krader Motor Co., motors. Kelly & Bickett, coal. Kline, Henry, cigars. Keichline, C. C., candies. Lyon & Co., dry goods. Lyons, W. A. Est., meats. Mallory’s Studio, cameras. Mott Drug Co., drugs. Mingle, A. C., shoes. Miller, G. A., hardware. Montgomery & Co., clothing. McGinley, A. L., wall paper. | Mayer, M. Frank, feeds. Miller, David, groceries. Miller, N. A., auto supplies. Moerschbacher, Mary, cigars. : McCrory, J. G. Co., 5 and 10c. store. | McGarvey, P. H., auto supplies. i Naginey, F. E., furniture. Nighthart, J. L.. & Son, cigars. Olewine, John I. Est., hardware. Parker, W. S., junk. Poorman, S. H., automobiles. Potter-Hov Hardware Co., hardware. Parker, Wm. G., florist. Parrish, C. M., drugs. i Rietano. Tony. groceries. Ruhl. Harry, cigars. Runkle, M. B., drugs. i Sechler & Co., groceries. ! Spencer Economy Store, gents furnish- ings. | Spigelmyer & Co., general merchandise. ! Schaeffer, H. P., hardware, ; Schlow, Chas., ladies’ furnishings. ! Schofield, James, harness. i Schad, A. E., plumber. | Showers, J. M. & Co., coal. | State-Centre Electric Co., Elec. supplies. Twitmire, W. T., stoves. Thal, Joseph, candies. Tate, C. F. plumber. Weaver Bros., groceries. Witmer, R. C., auto supplies. Wion, Willis E., automobiles. Willard, D. I. & Son, clothing. Waite, J. S. Co., implements. Witten, Israel, junk. Yeager, H. C., shoes. Zeller & Son, drugs. CENTRE HALL Boozer, D. A., harness. Benner, G. O., general store. Bradford & Co., coal. Bartholomew, C. D., produce. Boozer & Smith, automobiles. ! Centre Hall Pharmacy Co., drugs. | Campbell, H. C. & R. P., cigars. | Dauberman, J. G., meats. Emerick, Geo. H., implements. Emery, C. F.. general merchandise. Fetterolf, J. 1., auto supplies. Foreman, R. D., coal and grain. Fredericks, Samuel, coal and grain. Goodhart, James, produce. Geary, F. P., cigars. Goodhart. F. V., furniture. Harper & Homer, oil. Henney. Mrs. Lucy, millinery. Herr, Max, junk. Ishler, George E., meats. McClenahan & Flink, cigars. McCoy, Miss Emma, bread. McClenahan, Wm., oysters. Meiss, G. B., groceries. Odenkirk. W. A.. general merchandise. Runkle, W. J., cigars. Smith, L. L., auto supplies. Schaffer. Roy J., produce. Smith, C. M., general merchandise. Smith, T. L., hardware. Tressler, G. W., shoes. COBURN Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oil. Coburn Grain & Coal Co., coal and grain. Dinges, Cloyd, feeds. Brandt & Bohn, general merchandise. Glasgow. J. W.. general merchandise. Malone, F. J., produce. Musser, C. E. & Son. general merchandise Mingle, A. C.. general merchandise. Vonada & Sons, auto supplies. CLARENCE. Budinger, A. B., general merchandise. Brooks, Jacob, general merchandise. Clarence Corp. Assn., Gen. merchandise. Freedman, Jacob, general merchandise. Harm, 0. J., general merchandise. Hall, W. B. & Sons, cigars. Horvath, Andy, cigars. Gillette, H. H. & Sons, cigars. Koshko PBros., groceries, A. M,, cigars. , John M., cigars. Trubitza, Mike, groceries. ; Pinchok. Geo., general merchandise. Reeser, Harry, meats. Zewok, John, groceries. CURTIN Bald Eagle Supply Ltd., Gen. Mds. Heaton, James, produce. FLEMING Holt, S. W., groceries. Holt, G. W., groceries. Eckenroth, Charles, coal. Irwin, Ben H., coal. Jenett, Harry, produce. Lindemuth, Harry, gas. McElwain Bros., general merchandise. Stere. H. M., cigars. Smith, T. W., feeds. Stere, J. B. & J. C., general store. Scholl, H. A., produce. FILLMORE Hoover, George, merchandise. - HOWARD Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oil. Baney’s garage, automobiles and gas. Berry, L. D., automobiles and gas. Condo, J. F., general merchandise. Deitz, J. F.—paid by McCartney, general merchandise. Fox, C. M., implements. Green, Ed, cigars and candy. Gladhill, A. D., cigars. Harter, Walter D., furs. Kline, H. A., produce. Long, W. H., grain. Lucas, C. C., general merchandise, Moore, H. A., drugs. Miner, Manius, jewelry. Pletcher, Chas. E., oils. Pletcher, T. A., harness. Pletcher, F. V., groceries. Pletcher, Wm. B., produce. Shawley, Thomas, produce. Schenck, A. A., hardware. Williams, George, groceries. Weber, B. & Son, general store. Williams, Frank, cigars. Wolfe, S. J., general store. Yearick, Walter, meats. HUBLERSBURG Hoy, George F., general merchandise. McClintock, E. L., general merchandise. JULIAN Andrews, Anna, groceries. Beals, BE. E., ice cream. Henderson, J. E., groceries. Harrington, Art., coal. Lorrah, Mabel, coal. Mattern, H. K., produce. Parsons, W. P., groceries. Tallhelm, Walter G., groceries. Turner, J. H., groceries. Walizer, R. D., coal. KATO Kato Supply Co., general merchandise. LIVONIA Stover, George B., cigars. LINDEN HALL Keller, Mrs. J. W., general merchandise. Ross, J. H., general merchandise. Wieland, F. E., coal. LEMONT Bohn, George J., jewelry. Evey, A. H., ee ry. Evey, E. W. Son, produce. Hoy, R. K., auto supplies. Lenker, J. E., general merchandise. Mitchell, John, hardware. Ross, Elmer C., general merchandise. Schreck Bros., oils. Williams, George C., furniture. MARTHA FURNACE Ebert, O. D., general store. MONUMENT Bergner, Albert, general store. Glossner, Harry, eating house. Galbraith, Clair, fish. Mann, Harvey, ice cream. Vulcan Trading Co., general store. MOSHANNON. Brodencshok, John, meats. roe, A. A,, general merchandise. Lewis, LeRoy, general merchandise. Quick, Rush, feeds. Maurer, Clara, ice cream. MADISONBURG Everett, Thomas, general merchandise, azel, B. B., general merchandise. Bartges, C. E., general merchandise. » MUNSON Goldberg, Ike, general merchandise. MINGOVILLE Miller, E. L., general merchandise. Workman, C. C., general merchandise. Yarnell, Geo. H., ice cream. MILLHEIM Allison, J. R. G., cigars. Auman, N. A., groceries. Bowersox, B. F., drugs. Breon, C. H., automobiles. Burd, Mrs. L. V., millinery. Boob Lunch Room, cigars. Berman, Jacob, cigars. Campbell, 8. M., furniture. Colombus, Sol, junk. Frank, A. A. & Sons, general store. Griffith & Ulrich, 5 and 10c¢ store. Hosterman and Stover, hardware. Houseman, J. W. O., produce, Kessler, A., clothing. Leitzell, H. H., meats. Meyer, T. F., general merchandise. Mauck, E. W., general store, McMullen Bros., feed. Neiman, D. J., clothing. Stover, R. S., jeweler. Spigelmyer, J., general merchandise, Snyder Home Bakery, bread. Schreckengast Bros.. groceries. Smith & Adams, milliners. Ulrich, T. B., cigars. Weiser, F. F., gas. MILESBURG Grove, Anna M., coal. Hummer, E. J., —goods. Korman, C. W., merchandise. Irwin, B. H., coal. Milesburg Store Co.. reneral store. McCullough, M. J. & Sons Gen. Mds. Miles, O. E. & Sons, general merchandise. | Sprankle, T. C.. groceries, Stucky. J. K.. cigars. Spicer, Mrs. Effie, candy. Wetzler, F. L.. general merchandise. NITTANY Betz, M. S., general merchandise, Beck, J. H., general merchandise. Kessinger, W. E., cigars. Long, H. A.. meats. Peck Bros., merchandise. Yearick, N. H., merchandise. ORVISTON Orviston Supply Co., Gen, merchandise. Watson, Alex, fish. Young, Fred J., candy. OAK HALL Etters, Clayton, feed. Lowder, Ralph J., merchandise. Kidder & Raymond, coal. OSCEOLA MILLS Copelin, Martin, gas and oil. Demeck, Joseph, merchandise. Gloyonski, Ed, merchandise. Goss, R. J., merchandise. Gravish, T. J., merchandise. Kashmark, Ben, merchandise. Harris, P. M., gas, Horgweht, James, grocery. Stine, S. B., foundry. Wood, William, hardware. Zigner, Anthony, merchandise, POWELTON Lewis, Clarence, groceries. PINE GLENN Bates, Miss Edith, candy and cigars. Boak, Mrs. Sallie, candy. PLEASANT GAP Gettig, H. C., meats. Confer, Harry, merchandise. Jodon & Summers, gas. Noll, H. T., auto supplies. Noll, W. H. Jr. & Bro., merchandise. Noll, Ray C., cigars. Stitzer, C. K., merchandise. PORT MATILDA Beckwith, J. T., merchandise. Bennett. W. M., merchandise, Gates, H. S., produce. Hoover, W. T., hardware. Laird & Laird, meats. Osman, S. S., gas. Port Matilda Supply Co., Gen, store. Pringle, C. M., general store. Williams Bros., feeds. Woodring, H., coal. Williams, J. S., merchandise. Reese, A. W., general merchandise. Ammerman, G. G., produce. PENNSYLVANIA FURNACE. Bailey, J. H., produce. Behrer, Chester, produce. PINE GROVE MILLS. Auman, E. H., feeds. Barr, David, cigars. Keller, John Co., coal. Martz, E. C., general merchandise. Stuck and Kline, gas. Watt, E. M., general merchandise. Ward, S. E., gas. Williams, J. W., harness. PHILIPSBURG Atlantic Refiining Co., gas and oil. Andrews, W. C., dry goods. Ayers Bros., groceries. *Adelman & Ratosky, dry goods. Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., Teas, Ete, Austin, William, cigars. Alpine Restaurant, cigars. Brown, W. B., drugs. Buzzel, Edgar, drugs. Beals, John, groceries. Butlin, William, cigars. Birchfield, W. L., dry goods. Bretts, J., candy and cigars. Bowser, William, cigars. Campbell, C. A., groceries. Custard & Norris, paper and paints, Callahan, H. A., meats. Carmela, P., cigars. Carpenter, M., milliner. Centre Lumber Co., lumber. Cenrre Milling Co., feeds. Cohen, M., meats. Copelin, Duke, feeds. Dugan, Joseph, cigars. Deacon. Thomas, cigars. Delaacy, W. F., meats. Davis, C. H,, jewelry. Dermis & Goss, auto supplies. Dermis, E. E., plumber. Drives & Hoones, cigars. Drinson, Thomas, Sugar Bowl, candy. Emery Candy Kitchen, candy. Edward, J. S., shoes. Erhard, C. B., general store. Electric Supply Co., electric supplies. Flegal, H. L., automobiles. Fenberg, Lewis, gents goods. Freeman, Wm. & Son, meats. Fredericks, W. J. Piano Co., musical in- struments. Pinpars Isaac, junk. Felty, A., junk. : Gill, W. F., sporting goods. Globe Store, dry goods. Guelick, P. L., automobiles. Gilbert, D. B., electric supplies. Grebe Bros., cigars. Garfinkle, H., junk. Gearhart. Fred, groceries. Hendon Stores, groceries. Harper, H. E,, candy. Humphrey Bros., plaster board. Hoffer’s Novelty Store, novelties. Hamilton’s Music Store, pianos. Hoffman, F. L., tobacco. Hindle, W. H., cigars. Haworth & Eboch, furniture. Haggerty Bakery Co., bread. Holling, Walter, groceries. Hockman, Mrs. N., groceries. Hopkins, James, cigars. Hodas, Harry, junk. Hurley & Ammerman, tires. Ibberson, John, fancy goods. Independent Oil Co., oils. Jaffa, A., fruits. Jones, Calvin, wall paper. Jones Co., hardware, Jones, Ed, groceries. Juackick, Conrad, cigars. Kellock, G. M., cigars. Kephart, J. F., hardware. Knepp, Lloyd, meats. Kline, J. O., harness. Kopelin, Morris, junk. Kline, Roy C., cigars. Leback, Mrs. Maria, grocerjes. Lutz, A. D., electric supplies. Mills, H. C., groceries. Markowitz, A., groceries. Miller, George W., cigars. Maguire Bros., clothing. Miller, S. Z. gents goods. Maurer, Raymond, hardware. Mestos Bros., cigars. Meyer, J. W., cigars. Mock, Miss C. H., milliner. Mattern’'s Meat Market, meats. Musser, M. 8. 0. B., groceries. Mark, H. A., Motor Co., automobiles. McCrory Store Co., 5 and 10c¢ store, McCausland, J. G., jewelry. Nelson, C. C., Owens, W. F., pianos. Owens, C. W., clothing. Oregon Mercantile Co., groceries. Penn Motor Co., automobiles. Prichard, Josiah, automobiles, Parker, George W., florist. Press, Jacob, junk. Plank & Bower, cigars. Philipsburg Milk Depot, milk. Peterson, W. E , groceries. Pioneer Lunch Room, cigars. Philipsburg Foundry & Machine Co. foundry. Philipsburg Vule. Co., tires. Parsky, Lewis, clothing and cigars. Reiling, J. M. & Co., jeweler, Richards, George H., meats. Reed, J. O., feeds. Rothrock, I. M., groceries. Rusnak, Steve, groceries. Runk & Dennison, auto supplies, Rothrock Studio, kodaks. Sicks, John, groceries. Stott Motor Co., auto supplies. Smith, Mrs. Mary cigars. Stern, Morris, groceries. Spilman, Myer, junk. Stonebraker, W. J., groceries, Sicks, John Jr., cigars. Sicks, Mike, cigars. Sicks, Mike, cigars. Schmidt, A. M., groceries. Solomon, D., groceries. Smith, F. R., dry goods. Singer Machine Co., machines, Troutman, George F., drugs. The Quality Boot Shop, shoes. The Model Shop, millinery. Urbine, Albert, produce. Vail, Howard, automobiles. Woodring Meat Shop, meats. Workman's Cash Grocery, groceries. Watson, Blair, cigars. Williams, Polly, store goods, Wilenzek, Theo, clothing. Weber, Frank Est., furniture, Womer, Rob, store. Witten, Wm., store. Walton, Albert J., drugs. Yonk:y, August. groceries. Zeff, Simon, clothing. REBERSBURG Bevers, C. E., feed. Bierley, W. F., produce. Bierley. C. C., lumber. Lierley, S. A., lumber. Daveler, J. R., cigars. Gephart. 8. L., merchandise. Haines, M. C., merchandise. RUNVILLE Jennett, E. S, merchandise, Witmer, Mrs. Ida, merchandise, STATE COLLEGE Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oil. Aikens, J. P., cigars. Armstrong, E. I... photographer. Athletic Store, athletic goods. Brown, Henry, junk. Bastress, J. M., merchandise. Baum, Sim, clothing. Corl, John, feed. College Drug Co., drugs. Decker & Harper, automobiles. Deal, Albert & Son, plumbers, Foster, Philip, coal. Fye, L. D., general merchandise. Fromm, Morris, clothing. Fishel, John, groceries. Gentzell, W. R., general merchandise, Griffith, H. P., music room. Gilliland, Ray, drugs. Graham. Geo. T., candy and tobacco. Gregory Bros., tires, gas. Hartswick, N. N., automobiles. Haugh, John, general store. Hurwitz, Moses, store. Harrison, W. T., candy. Hubler Bros., auto supplies. Hockman, C. W., feed. Imboden, Anita, millinery. Jaramie Manuel, cigars. Keller, J. D., meats, Keller, H. N., meats. Koons & Hartman, candy. Krumrine, J. E.. drugs. Lohman, Geo. W., pipes. Leitzell. Wm. F., candy. Long, H. L., clothing. Metzger, L. K., books. Morell, H. G., notions. Musser, C., harness. Musser, J. H., groceries. Miller & Breon, groceries. Musser, H. N., merchandise. Montgomery & Co., clothing. McCormick, I.. M., implements. Moffett, Anna M., millinery store. Porter & Weber, paper. Resides, C. T., meats. Rupp, Mrs. B. M. milliner. State College Fuel & Supply Co., fuel. Smith, J. C. & Son, hardware. Sowers, H. W., clothing. Snyder, Cora, milliner. Struble Grocery, groceries. Stover, G. Z. State College Billiard Co., cigars. Smith, W. E., clothing. Snyder. C. E., automobiles. State Electrie Supply Co., Elec. supplies. State-Centre Electric Supply Co., electric supplies. Schillings, Chas., 2nd hand furniture. Smith. George I... cigars. The Twenty Century Store Co., shoes. The Vogue Shop. furnishing store. The University Club, cigars. The Columbia Shop, graphophones. The Crabtree Co., jewelry. Woomer, J. Lynn, cement. Varsity Pool Room, cigars. SPRING MILLS Ackerman, F. W., groceries. Auman, V. (., groceries. Blauser. W. A., groceries. Breon, Willis E., groceries. Carson, F. A., merchandise. Condo, S. L.. harness. Corman, O. T., produce. Dunlap, A. C., cigars. Detwiler. 0. K., cigars. Finkle, Cal, produce. Gentzel, D. R., gas and oils. Krape, Charles A., shoes. Long, C. P. Co., merchandise. Lee, A. B., coal. Leaster, Charles A., produce. Myers, W. C., general merchandise. Myer, J. F., general merchandise. McCormick, J. O., cigars. Penn Hall Garage, automobiles. Rishel, J. H.. merchandise. Rote, S. G., feeds. Rossman, H. F., merchandise. Reid, H. I., produce. Smith, John & Bro., furniture. Stover, W. Braid. produce. Spring Mills Milling Co., feed. Smith, Emanuel, feeds. Stover, C. B., hardware. Wolfe, G. M., produce. SNOW SHOE Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oils. Burns, J. R., cigars. Confer, J. A. & Son, automobiles. Harm, Mrs. H. M., groceries. Hall, W. B. & Sons, groceries. Herr, John E., cigars. Nastase, Tony, meats. Russell, James, groceries. Sickel, W, A., drugs. McKinley, Mrs. F. C., cigars & groceries. McLaughlin, M. J., groceries, SANDY RIDGE Bemeth, R. J., cigars. Cowher, Levi, meats. Edminston, E., merchandise, Heath, Miss L. B., candy. Kennedy, A. W., cigars. Lewis, Clarence, soft drinks. Marchella, Charles, store. Spitler, Mrs. Annie, cigars and candy. Sykes, Frank G., merchandise, Twiggs, S. E., merchandise, SMULLTON Stover, H. H., cigars. Walizer, S. A., merchandise. STORMSTOWN Burket, I. G., general store. Eves, Chester, produce. Eves, John, produce. Griffin, J. H., merchandise. Gray, John I., produce. Thomas, D. R., produce. Mattern, J. C., implements. McAfee, E., produce. Waite, H. B., produce. TUSSEYVILLE Jordon, E. T., Daniel's goods. Ramer, C. P., merchandise, Rockey, W. F., produce. WOODWARD Long, W. T., bicycles. Orndorf, L. D., merchandise. Orndorf, 8S. H., produce. Reffner, Walter, groceries. Motz, E. W. & Co., groceries. Mingle, D. G., fish. Weaver, L. L., automobiles. Weaver & Bowersox, autos and gas. WARRIORSMARK Dearmitt, Sam, general store. PENNSYLVANIA FURNACE Goheen, R. G., general store, Rossman, G. W., auto supplies. Tressler, Aaron, oils. Rider Bros., general store, Ward, W. S., general store. WADDLE Cass, Jacov, meats. Hoy, John Est., merchandise. WOLFF'S STORE Showers, G. H., merchandise. Weaver, D. B. & Sons, feeds, WINGATE Walker Bros., merchandise. YARNELL Confer, Edward N., merchandise. ZION Noll, B. A., merchandise. Armstrong, Earl R., furs. WHOLESALE LICENSES AXE MANN White, W. 8., feeds. AARONSBURG Crouse, H, E., produce. rors of appraisement held at the County Bellefonte, Pa., on Friday, June 3rd, 1921, between the hours of Wien sud where all those who desire may attend. 66-18-4t BELLEFONTE Atlantic Refining Co., oils. Bellefonte Fuel & Supply Co., coal. Beezer, George A., automobiles. Beatty Motor Co., automobiles. Crider, P. B. & Son, lumber. Gamble, G. M., feeds. Hockman, N. J., feeds. Lauderbach-Zerby Co., groceries. Potter-Hoy Hardware Co., hardware. Mayer, M. Frank, feeds. Musser, G. F. Co., groceries. McCalmont & Co., lumber & implements. COBURN Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oils. Coburn Grain & Coal Co., feed and coal. Coburn Farm Produce Co., produce. Malone, F. J. butter and eggs. CENTRE HALL Bartholomew, Chas. D., produce. Bradford & Son, coal and grain. Foreman, R. D., grain. Kerlin, A. E., produce. FLEMING G. W. Holt. i HOWARD Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oil. Deihl, Joseph, produce. Long, W. L., feed. Ross, Elmer C., coal and grain. Butler Oil Sales Co., oils. LINDEN HALL Ross, J. H., grain. Wieland, F. E., coal. MINGOVILLE Hockman, A. F., produce. OAK HALL Ferree, Wm., produce. Kidder & Raymond, grain. PHILIPSBURG Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oil. Centre Milling Co., feeds. Finberg, Isaac, coal. Gill Manufacturing Co., mine supplies. Guelick, P. L., auto supplies. Hoffman & Runk, produce. Hoffman, Frank, tobacco. Independent Oil Co., oils. Joffa, A., fruits. Lauderbach-Zerby Co., groceries. Philipsburg Hardware Ceo., hardware. Kephart, J. F., powder. Reed, J. O., flour and feed. Swift & Co., meats. PORT MATILDA Crain, W. S8., lumber. Crain, C. W., lumber. Williams Bros., lumber. SNOW SHOE Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oil. SPRING MILLS Spring Mills Milling Co., flour and feed. STATE COLLEGE Atlantic Refining Co., gas and oil. State College Com Co., coal. Neidigh, J. D., grain. Snyder, C. E. REBERSBURG Bierley, S. A., produce. RUNVILLE Bennett, E. 8., lumber. RESTAURANTS, EATING HOUSES AND CAFES BELLEFONTE Moerschbacher, Mary, restaurant. Blackfard, Clyde, restaurant. Knisely, George H., restaurant. Daggett, W. L., tea room. Dry, H. W., lunch. CLARENCE Hall, W. B. & Sons, restaurant. CENTRE HALL Shoop, Samuel, restaurant. FLEMING Holt, J. T., lunch. Stere, H. M. lunch. HOWARD Green, Ed, restaurant. Gladhill, A. D., lunch, Williams, George, lunch. Williams, Frank G., lunch. MILLHEIM Boob Lunch Room, restaurant. MILESBURG Corman, C. W., restaurant. Spicer, Mrs. Effie, restaurant. Stucky, J. K., restaurant. PHILIPSBURG Alpine, restaurant. Mastos Bros., restaurant. McMullen, Charles, restaurant. Dew Drop Inn, restaurant. Freedman, Ellis, restaurant. Pioneer Tea Room, restaurant. Sicko, Mike, restaurant. Herman, Eliza, restaurant. SNOW SHOE Burns, John R., restaurant. McKinley, F. C., restaurant. STATE COLLEGE Crystal Cafe, cafe. Koons & Hartman, cafe. Jaranie, Emanuel, restaurant. Gregory Bros., restaurant. BROKERS BELLEFONTE Dale, Arthur, broker. Hunter, Robert, broker. Keichline, J. M., broker. McVey Real Estate Co., brokers. PHILIPSBURG Bair, W. T., broker. . STATE COLLEGE Holmes, J. L., broker. BILLIARDS AND POOL. BELLEFONTE Carpeneto, J. L., pool. Bickett, W. W., pool. Finkelstine, D., pool. Moerschbacher, Mary, pool. BLANCHARD Moon, A. R., pool. CLARENCE Hall, W. B. & Sons, pool. MILESBURG Stucky, J. K., pool. ORVISTON Orviston Supply Co., pool. PLEASANT GAP Noll, Ray C., pool. PHILIPSBURG Butlin, Wm., pool. Deakin, Thomas, Myers, J. W., 2D Pa'’ace Billiard Parlor, pool. Plank & Bower, pool. Watson, Blaine, pool. SNOW SHOE McLaughlin, M. J., pool. SANDY RIDGE Burnett, R. J., pool . Kennedy, A. W., pool. STATE COLLEGE Hartman, C. B., Joo), State College Billiard Parlor, pool. Varsity Pool Parlors, pool. MILLHEIM Spigelmyer, J., pool. CENTRE HALL MecClenahan & Frank, pool. THEATRES AND MOVIES BELLEFONTE Brown, T. C., movie. Brown, T. C., theatre. CLARENCE Drapchs, Mike, movie. MILLHEIM Auditorium Co., movie. PHILIPSBURG Philipsburg theatre. Seven Stars, movie. SNOW SHOE Menches, T. C., movie. STATE COLLEGE Nittany Theatre Co., theatre. Nittany Theatre Co., theatre. AUCTIONEERS S. H. Hoy, Bellefonte. L. Frank Mayes, Lemont. J. I. Reed, Pine Grove Mills. David Wensel, Howard. Howard Best, Milesburg. For the purpose of correcting any er- an appeal will be reasurer’'s office in ool. 9 a. m, and 1 p, m,, HOWARD M. MILES. Mercantile Appraiser.