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1922 PRIMARY DATE SET.
Tuesday, May 16, Named by State.
. : . UNITED EV.
Nominations Close April 6. ANGELICAL CHURCH.
Worship and sermon 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Subject, “Second Coming
of Christ.” Class meeting 9 2. m.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian
Endeavor 6:30 p. m. Evangelistic
services each night during the week.
Everybody is very cordially invited to
attend these means of grace.
Reed O. Steely, Minister.
Harrisburg, Dec. 31.—The date of
the 1922 State primary election has
been designated as Tuesday, May 16,
and announcement to that effect will
be made shortly by State officials.
Next year being a year in which State
elections occur the primary will be
held in May, while the other years it
takes place in September.
The time for filing nominating pe-
titions will expire on Thursday, April
6. Signatures may not be obtained
before February 2b under the opera-
tion of recent laws. The mew Ap-
portionment Acts take effect with the
coming elections, and Congressmen,
Senators and Representatives will be
elected according to the acts of 1921.
Sudden Death of Senator Penrose.
THE MAN THAT'S WISE,
TAKES CARE OF HIS EYES.
The wise man’s eyes are in his head
but the fool walketh in darkness.—
In this enlightened age it is hard to
believe the number of people who are
absolutely walking in darkness while
the sun is shining. We can refer you
to hundreds whose Myopia was so bad
that they never saw the blossoms on
the trees or knew the grass was green.
Persons with Myopia require con-
cave lenses which should be selected
by a thorough optometrist.
Washington, January 4.—Boies
Penrose, senior Senator from Penn-
sylvania, died suddenly at his hotel
apartment at 11:30 Saturday night
from pulmonary thrombosis. He had
been ill since Tuesday, first with a se- If you want to walk in sunshine con-
vere cold, which yielded quickly to sult me. 2
treatment, but on Thursday his con- Satisfaction Guaranteed.
dition became more serious. He made | BELLEFONTE.
little progress toward recovery from | Eyery Saturday, 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
It was not until late Saturday, how- STATE COLLEGE
Every Day except Saturday.
ever, that his physician, Dr. Roy D. |
Adams, realized that his condition | DR. EVA B. ROAN, Optometrist,
was desperate. Heroic efforts were ; Both Phones. 66-42
made to save him and while it was re- |
alized that he was gravely ill, his'
death was described as sudden. |
Worn out by long illness a year or ==
more ago, which kept him long from !
the Senate, Senator Penrose Jae S nual Seeting of Stacgholdsrs of
back early during the year an oF | yoo. will Ae Sidi Yan a oy oh omBANY,
the last few months was working ini Ty i A ot ec Com:
his old time legislative form on the | Zony, Phoinis Ave, Boo oe etn
tax bill which took effect on Monday. | 23rd, 1922, at 3:00 o'clock.
With this out of the way he took up A. BLANCHE UNDERWOOD,
the tariff, attending daily meetings, cretary
overtaxing his strength. Except for of
his nurses and physician, the Penn-
sylvania Senator, long a power in pol-
itics and in the Senate, was alone in :
his large apartment on the top floor
of a hotel overlooking the city when
he passed away at 11:30 o’clock Sat-
urday night; up to within five minutes |
of his death his condition ‘had been |
TOCKHOLDER'S MEETING.—The An-
E XECUTOR'S NOTICE.—Estate
Joseph Grossman, deceased.
Letters testamentary on the Estate of
Joseph Grossman, late of Flemington bor-
ough, Clinton county, Pa., deceased have
been granted to James K. Barnhart, resid-
ing in the borough af Bellefonte, Centre
county, Penna. to whom all persons in-
debted to said estate are requested to
make payment and those having demands
will make known the same without delay.
described as “quite comfortable.” JAMES K. BARNHART, Executor,
Then he lapsed into unconsciousness, Clement Dale, Bellefonte, Pa.
and died peacefully.
The death of Senator Penrose, at a
moment when the city was in the!
midst of its noisy New Year's cele-
bration, followed closely upon that of
Philander C. Knox, his colleague, on
October 12th. Senator Penrose had
been holding his seat in the Senate
since 1897. He was sixty-one years
old on November 1st. His only sur-
vivor is a brother, Dr. Charles Pen-
rose, of Philadelphia.
OTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEET-
N ING.—The annual meeting of the
Stockholders of Whiterock
Quarries will be held at the offices of the
company, in the Centre County Bank build-
ing, Bellefonte. Pa., on Monday, January
23rd, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the election
of directors for the ensuing Year and
transact such other business as may prop-
erly come before said meeting.
I. A. SCHAEFFER,
Penn State 1922 Football Schedule.
The Penn State 1922 football sched-
ule has been announced. It provides
for ten games, six of which will be
played on the home gridiron. Four of
the games will be with teams which
never appeared on a State schedule.
The list is as follows: :
Sept. 23.—St. Bonaventure at State Col-
Sept. 30.—William and Mary at State
Oct. 7.—Gettysburg at State College.
Oct. 14.—Lebanon valley at State Col-
Oct. 21.—(Alumni Day), Middleburg
College at State College.
Oct. 28.—Syracuse at New York.
Nov. 4—Navy at Annapolis. :
Nov. 11.— (Pennsylvania Day), Carnegie
Tech at State College.
Nov. 18.—U. of P., at Philadelphia.
Dr. Louis Dammers
Nov. 30.— (Thanksgiving) Pitt at Pitts- | Eyesight Specialist
burgh. i ONE DAY ONLY
Academy Road Improvement Fund. Garman Hotel Parlors
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13th, 1922.
Office Hours 10 a. m. to 2 p.m.
Amount previously acknowledged. .$2031.00
State Centre-Electric Co 25.00
Total... oi G........52056.00 Our 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 examina-
| tion, and an elegant case, at the low prices of
— The ladies Bible class of the | ¥, 82, 55 COMPLETE.
Lutheran church will hold a sauer Regular Prices, $5, $8, $10, $12.
kraut and baked bean supper on Twenty-five styles to select from. Latest
— County auditors C. H. Gramley,
Thomas A. Pletcher and Herbert H.
Stover started in this week on audit-
ing the accounts of the various county |
the basement of the church. Price of | § Eye Examination Without Charge
Church Services Next Sunday. |
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. |
~ from owner of a farm for sale;
give lowest price, and full partic-
ulars.—L. Jones, Box 551, Olney. IIL
— Subscribe for the “Watchman
— The “Watchman” makes the
HARTER NOTICE.—Notice is hereby ii)
given that an application will be
made to the Court of Common
best kind of Christmas present.
Pleas of Centre county, Pennsylvania, on
Tuesday, January 17th, 1922, at ten o’clock
7-11t a. m., under the provisions of the Corpor-
DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—Letters |
of administration d. b. n. c. i. a. |
signed upon the estate of Emanuel Noll, |
late of Spring township, deceased, all per- | ter
sons knowing themselves indebted to said |
estate are requested to make prompt pay-
ment, and those having claims against the
same must present them,
cated, for settlement.
Gettig & Bower,
ation Act of 1874 and its supplements for
a charter of an intended corporation to be
called “LODGE NO. 206, LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE,” of the Borough of Bellefonte,
Centre county, Pennsylvania, the charac-
and object of which are the promotion
the moral, intellectual and social wel-
to purchase, take,
jssued to the under-
of those having
fare of its members;
hold, let, rent, lease or mortgage real
| property for the purpose of owning or op-
| erating a social club or lodge rooms as
| set forth in full in the a plication for
: Ww. C. ROWE, | charter now on file in the Phothonotary’s W. Harrison
Administrator d. b. n. C. t. a, | office of Centre county, Pennsylvania, to
Bellefonte, Pa. | No. 6 February term, 1922, and to do all
XECUTOR'S NOTICE.—Letters testa-
.s D. Gray, late of State College
to the undersigned,
themselves indebted to said estate are re-
to make prompt payment,
present them, duly authenticated,
RALPH W. GRAY,
the estate of Thom-
Bellefonte and State College
We Make a Specialty of Moving
Furniture, Trunks & Baggage
“SERVICE AND RIGHT PRICE”
Anthracite Coal at Retail.
having been granted
all persons knowing
claims against the same must
NNIE B. GRAY,
Walker, State College, Pa.
Attorneys. 67-1-6t | things incidental, necessary or convenient Ce
| in carrying out of the foregoing pur-
— mm m—ee—— | poses, and for this purpose to have, pos- I
| sess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and Ira
Farmers and Others Take Notice. | privileges conferred by the said act and
1 will insure dwellings at $1.00 a hun- |
dred and barns at
cash plan, for three years,
| the supplements thereto.
$1.60 a hundred on the | 66-50-3t
as against fire |
J. M. KEICHLINE, — Subscribe for the “Watchman.”
Bellefonte, Pa. | 63-34-6m
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
“JEWELRY MADE OVER”
11th Street Below Chestnut,
Pittsburgh Coal Wholesale and Retail
A. 1. PETERS
STATE COLLEGE, PA.
Bell Phone No. 487-R-13. Commercial
Phone No. 48-J. Terms Cash.
61-46 Bellefon ce, Pa.
Some eee SUSUR RR ol [el ol f= el = Io —n
Problem of Christmas Expense.
The First National Bank
Begin the New Year by depositing with
us for the 1922 Christmas.
Small weekly deposits will solve the hard
Call to see us and we will explain Our
Qleds at Greatly Reduced Prices
Watch this Space next week
for our remarkable January
Sale. Prices will astonish you
The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.
A AARAARAAAAI NIN
supper 60 cents including dessert. :
Drs. Dammers & Sigler
Thursday evening, January 12th, in styles in Shell Eyeglasses and Spectacles.
1126} Eleventh Avenue Altoona, Pa.
—If you want good printing done,
this is the place to come.
E INVITE YOU to Share the Pleas-
ures and Benefits of
Christmas Savings Club
Which Started Monday, December 12th, 1921
It is not too late to join. You can become a
Member any time. Please come in and let us
explain to you.
BELLEFONTE TRUST COMPANY
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY
Matinee at 2:30 p. m.
Nights at 8:15 p. m.
of the APOCALYPS
By VICENTE BLASCO IBANEZ
A REX INGRAM
Adaptedby JUNE MA THIS Photographed by John F. Seitz
was expended in transferr-
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MORE THAN 12,500 IN THE CAST INCLUDING
50 PRINCIPALS appear in this most gigantic undertaking
nf motion pictures
Over One Million Dollars
Prices +. Matinees 25c¢ 50c and 75¢ Children 25¢ to all parts of theatre
e Nights 50c %5¢ and $1.00 Children 50c. to all parts of the theatre.
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JAN. 10th and 11th
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