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Episcopal Church Picnic.
The annual picnic of St. John’s
Episcopal parish and Sunday school
will be held at Hecla park, Thursday,
July 21st. The start will be made
from the parish house, west Lamb
street, that morning at 9 o'clock.
Provision will also be made for those
who cannot go down before moon, if
they will give their names to the rec-
tor or to the chairman of the trans-
portation committee, W. Fred Rey-
The picnic will be held in union
with St. Paul’s church, Lock Haven,
and there will be representatives from
the Episcopal churches of State Col-
lege, Tyrone, Philipsburg, Jersey
Shore and Renovo. A program has
been prepared which aims to give a
good time to all. The two parishes
will be pitted against each other in a
series of athletic events for boys and
girls and the young people generally,
a silver loving-cup to be awarded to
the parish winning the most points
and 2 medal to the highest individual
scorer. The morning events will in-
clude races, tug o’ war, quoit pitching
tournament, etc. Dinner will be serv-
ed from 12 to 1:30. The afternoon
will be featured by two baseball
games, St. John’s Boys’ club vs. Lock
Haven boys, and the young men of
Bellefonte parish vs. the young men
of Lock Haven. An orchestra will
furnish music for dancing during the
afternoon. At 4 o’clock there will be
swimming races and other water
sports, the day closing with ice cream
and cake served to every one ath
John B. Payne is the general chair-
man for St. John’s. Mrs. W. Fred
Reynolds, chairman of the dinner ar-
rangements, will solicit food from
every family in the parish for the gen-
erous picnic repast, while Wilbur Ba-
ney has the responsible task of secur-
ing from the men the necessary funds
to give the members of the congrega-
tion, big and little, the finest sort of
By virtue of and in conformity with
the provisions of a certain ordinance
of the Borough of Bellefonte, approv-
ed the 6th Cty cf May, 2. D., 1914, 1
hereby direct and proclaim that Alle-
gheny street from the crossing be-
tween the stores of F. P. Blair &
Son and A. Fauble to the crossing be-
tween Knisely’s restaurant and A. E.
Schad’s store, and High street from
the crossing between the stores of A.
L. McGinley and P. L. Beezer to the
court hcuse, be closed to all traffic by
horse, wagon, automobile or truck, on
each and every Wednesday from seven
to ten o’clock p. m., until further no-
This proclamation is made in order
that the band concerts given under
the auspices of the Bellefonte Busi-
ness Men’s Association shall not be
“interfered with or ‘disturbed, and for"
the further reason that our good peo-
ple Lave a right to the full enjoyment
of the pleasure they receive from
these concerts without fear of being
injured by vehicles heretofore reck-
lessly driven over the Lerein closed |
portions of Allegheny and High
Given under my hand and seal of
said borough this 12th day of July, |
W. HARRISON WALKER, Burgess.
Coleviile Methodist Church Re-opened.
The Coleville Methodist church has
undergone extensive repairs and im-
provements in the past few weeks.
The exterior has been painted and con-
crete steps to the cellar put down; |
the interior has been papered in al
beautiful tan shade and the pews |
were installed some time ago.
entire appearance has been transform- |
ed and is beautiful and inviting. The :
Sunday school has taken on new life
and is growing rapidly. George Eb-
erhart is the superindendent. “The re-
opening services were held Sunday
vening, July 10th, and were in charge :
of the pastor, Rev. Alexander Scott. |
The choir, assisted by Miss Russie
Cole, furnished special music for the
occasion. A large audience was pres-
ent and a goodly sum of money was
raised toward the payment of the re-
modeling expense. The trustees are
John Lee, Dewey Hillard, George Eb-
erhart, Mrs. Anna Billett and Mrs.
Rev. C. C. Shuey will preach the
coming Sunday evening, July 17th,
at 7:30 o’clock.
Hecla Park Agan Changes Hands. |
Some weeks ago George Smith, of
Detroit, Mich., son-in-law of Jackson '
Showers, of Bellefonte, took an option
on Hecla Park and on July 4th the
deal was closed whereby he purchased
the property from ex-sheriff George
H. Yarnell, who bought the park from
the old Central Railroad of Pennsyl-
vania two years ago. A number of
rumors have been afloat as to what
Mr. Smith intends to do with the
property, but as that gentleman is at
present in Michigan and there is no
one in Bellefonte who can speak with
authority for him, it cannot be stated
at this time what his intentions are.
But it is the universal hope of the pub-
lic at large that the park will not be
despoiled for use as a public picnic
grounds, as it is the ‘only place Within
easy reach of Bellefonte where such
gatherings can be held. X
Don’t wait for an invitation to
go to the Scenic to see the motion pic-
tures but watch the programs for your
favorite screen actors then go every |
evening as the only sure way of not
missing any of the good ones. Every
program is worth seeing.
' til the first Sunday in September.
Thursday July F
In the Churches of the
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Bible school 9:30. Sermon 10:45.
The pastor desires to see all Juniors
at this service. Senior League 6:30.
Sermon 7:30. Class meeting Tuesday
50. Prayer meeting Wednesday
Coleville—Bible school 2:30.
mon by Rev. C. C. Shuey, 7:30.
Alexander Scott, Minister.
UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST.
Go to church is the call of church
bells to which few listen. How about
you, reader? Our services are as fol-
jows: Bible school every Sunday at
9:30. Preaching and worship 10:30
and 7:30. Junior C. E. 2, and Senior
C. E. 6:30. Mid-week prayer service
every Wednesday evening at 7:30.
George E. Smith, Pastor. Geo. W.
Emenhizer, Pastor Emeritus.
ST.’ JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Eighth Sunday after Trinity. Sun-
day school 9:30 a. m. Morning wor-
ship 10:45. No evening service dur-
ing remainder of July.
Rev. Wilson P. Ard, Minister.
ST. JOHN'S REFORMED CHURCH.
Sunday school next Sunday at 9:30
a. m. Morning service at 10:45.
There will be no evening services un-
Ambrose M. Schmidt, D. D., Minister.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Services for July 17th: Eighth
Sunday after Trinity, 8 a. m. Holy
Communion, 11 a. m. Mattins and
sermon, “The Sacrament of the Font.”
4 p. m. Holy Baptism. 7:30 p. m.
evensong. Visitors always welcome.
Rev. M. DeP. Maynard, Rector.
— The long-continued hot weather
has been hard on the ice supply in
Bellefonte and the result is it is get-
ting low, but even this fact is hardly
excuse for the two or three increases
in price that have been made, as that
will not add to the supply. It is said
that George H. Yarnell, at Hecla, has
less than a month’s supply on hand
and Harry Clevenstine, who has been
getting his ice there, has let a con-
tract for a refrigerating plant. It is
times like these that make Bellefonte
people wish for an ice plant of suf-
ficient capacity to supply enough ice
for everybody, and at a fair cost.
We are authorized to announce the name
of T. R. Hamilton, of the North ward of
Bellefonte, as a candidate for nomination
for the office of Tax Collector of Bellefonte,
to the decision of the voters as
expressed at the Primaries to be held on
Tuesday, September 20th, 1021.
Dr. Louis Dammers
OYE DAY ONLY
Garman Hotel Parlors
Office Hours 10 a. m. to 2 p.m.
Genuine Reduction Offer
This Visit Only
‘Owing to recent purchases of
high grade optical goods at low
prices, and to further advertise
the high class eye ‘work we do, we
offer you a perfect fitting pair of
glasses, including consultation, eye ex-
amination, and an elegant case, at the
low prices of
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Regular Prices $5, $8, $10, $12
Twenty-five Styles to select from.
Latest Styles in Shell Eye Glasses and
Eye Examination Without Charge
Two pairs in one; no lines, no
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Drs. Dainmers & Sigler
1:26 Eleventh Avenue
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ANTED.—Middle aged woman of
good habits, with matrimony in
view, to get in correspondence with
Box 105 Irvona, Clearfield Co., Pa. 27-3t*
ISSOLUTION NOTICE.—Notice is
hereby given that the firm of John
T. Harnish & Co., has been dissolv-
ed by mutual consent. All bills owing to
them should be paid promptly to E. C.
Miles, at the office of the Bellefonte Lum-
ber company, and all obligations contract-
ed by them will be paid at the same of-
IRL WANTED.—General housework
in family of three. Call or write
Mrs. M. L. BOYD, 41 North Pine
St., Lewistown, Pa. 66-27-1t*
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.— Letters testa-
mentary on the estate of Nancy
Glenn, late of Ferguson township,
Centre county, Penna. deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned all per-
sons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present the same, prop-
fice. > ny eathenticated, for payment 2nd those
i nowing emselves nde ereto
66-27-3t JON I SABRISH, should make immediate payment.
JOHN G. MILLER, Executor,
Pine Grove Mills, Pa.
‘W. Harrison Walker, Attorney 66-26-6t
ARM FOR SALE.—The old Samuel P.
Gray Farm, 122 acres cleared, 100
mountain land well covered with
young timber and ganister rock, 100 acres
pasture land along Bald Eagle creek.
Stone dwelling, frame barn, good spring
at house. The farm is located in Half-
moon and Huston townships, buildings
adjacent to Gray's church on the Buffalo
Run road. Either the entire farm or half
interest in it will be sold. Inguire of
H. D. or P. B. MEEK,
State College, Pa.
Executers D. L. Meek Est.
We Thank You
FOR YOUR PURCHASES OF
— ! Pipeless Furnaces
We hope you will continue to use only
during the warm weather—for the
protection of those at home.
Western Maryland Dairy
Salix Chautauqua...July 16 to 25
BYRON W. KING, Superintendent
Lectures, Concerts, Music, Expression
Chautauqua and Lyceum Classes. Special
Biggest Little Chau-
Farmers, Take Notice
I will insure your crops against
fire and lightning for six months.
J. M. KEICHLINE, Bellefonte, Pa.
aldwell & Son
Plumbing ad Heating
By Hot Water
Full Line of Pipe and Fittings
AND MILL SUPPLIES
ALL SIZES OF
Terra Cotta Pipe and Fittings
Estimates Cheerfully and Promptly
Special Saturday and Sunday Programs.
Music Department. Recreation; Health and Entertainment.
tauqua on Earth. For details, write
KING'S SCHOOL OF ORATORY, Mt. Oliver, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Or DR. T. J. LIVINGSTONE, SALIX [Cambria County] PA. 6627-2
EAL ESTATE.—J. M. KEICHLINE,
real estate operator in Centre coum
ELERY PLANTS FOR SALE.—One
million plants of leading varieties
proven free from hollow stalks so
often fou buys and sells real estate.
plants 2nd A ain of a you want to buy or sell real estate write
F175." 1000 plants $3.00, Call or mail your | 10 Bim or call at bis office in Tem
order. If wanted by parcel post add 10c court, Bellefonte, Pa. e
per 100 plants or 25¢ per 1000.—J. D. -
HOUSER, Pleasant Gap, Ph P. O. address
Bellefonte, R. F. D, 3. 66-25-tf
Ira D. Garman
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
“JEWELRY MADE OVER”
11th Street Below Chestnut,
63-34-6m. PHILADELPHIA. PA.
A six reel produc-
GLADYS WALTON in “THE MAN TAMER.” A different story. As a lion
A love story with intrigue and
tamer her work is real and superb and real thrills ensue. A pleasing pic-
Also, Pathe News and Review.
ture. Also, another episode of “THE AVENGING ARROW.”
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20:
Farmers and Others Take Notice.
I will insure dwellings at $1.00 a hun-
dred and barns at $1.60 a hundred on the
cash plan, for three years, as against fire
J. M. EEICHLINE,
66-16-6m M. KEIC NE
(Cut this out and save for reference).
SATURDAY, JULY 16:
GEORGE WALSH in “DYNAMITE ALLEN,” a mining romance with a fine
railroad wreck and fight scenes. A son of man imprisoned for murder ur-
tangles a plot. Also, Snub Pollard Comedy.
MONDAY, JULY 18:
WANDA HAWLEY in “THE SNOB” is a well made Realart picture by this
attractive star that will please you. Also, Pathe News and Topics.
TUESDAY, JULY 19:
BERT LYTELL in “A MESSAGE FROM MARS,” a peculiar story of a
selfish Englishman who is reformed by a dream in which he sees himself
as others see him. Some good, new stuff. Also, The Gumps and a Com-
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20:
“PASSION,” repeated for one night only, at reduced prices. See this won-
derful picture. Superb acting and scenes.
THURSDAY, JULY 21:
ALL STAR CAST in “PARTNERS OF THE TIDE.”
tion with some fine underwriter scenes.
enough thrills to please anybody.
FRIDAY, JULY 22:
GERTRUDE ATHERTON with an All Star cast in “DON'T NEGLECT
YOUR WIFE.” Also, “TORCHY MIXES IN.”
A Ten-Day. Special
New Self-Hanging Vudor
Ventilating Porch Shades
Made in beautiful, permanent oil colcrs to harmonize with any
And, with care, Vudor Porch Shades will last 10 years or
Sizes 4 to 12 feet
25 per cent. Discount during the Sale
Also—the Sheldon Electric Iron, fully guar-
anteed. The design, finish, quality, appoint-
ments and beautiful stand, are the most at-
tractive and finest ever offered at the remark-
ably low price of $5.39.
Refrigerators Oil Cook Stoves Dinnerware
The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.
Handling Your Funds.
A Business Manager who disburses
funds at your direction, a secretary
who keeps your accounts, a. sleepless
sentinel. guarding your funds, a car-
rier. who delivers to all corners of the
country—all these ad many:other of-
fices are performed by the bank.
Money. which you wish to send with-
in this city or to distant points is con-
veyed by your check simply, safely
The checking account is only one of
the many mediums through which this
bank serves its customers. There are
many other ways in which we can be
helpful ‘to you and it would be our
Dleagure to serve you in any or all of
CENTRE COUNTY BANKING C0
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worse for a year and a half. We think they
will soon begin to show signs of recovery. The ue
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are too big, and rich and enterprising. We must Ue
keep going. Many people are not buying because BE
they foolishly spent all they had when times were oh
booming. This makes bad times, but it brings its 1
own cure in forced economy and saving. SER
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Jewelers and ‘Optometrists