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Church Services Next Sunday.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY.
Christian Science Society, Furst
building, Hight street, Sunday service
11 a. 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 Science literature
may be read, borrowed or purchased.
ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Services for the week beginning
Sunday, February 5th: Fifth Sunday
after Epiphany, 8 a. m. Holy Eucha-
rist. 8:45 a. m. Mattins. 9:45 a. m.
church school. 11 a. m. Holy Eucha-
rist and sermon, “Marks of Good
Churchmanship: Steadfast in the
Faith.” 7:30 p. m. evensong and ser-
mon, “Candlemas.” Tuesday 7:30 p.
m. special service of sacred music.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Litany and in-
struction. Thursday, 7:30 a. m. Holy
Eucharist. Visitors welcome.
Rev. M. DeP. Maynard, Rector.
ST. JOHN'S REFORMED CHURCH.
Services next Sunday morning at
10:45. Sermon, “Demons Then and
Now.” Evening service at 7:30,
“Esther’s Victory.” Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. and C. E. meeting at 6:45
Ambrose M. Schmidt, D. D., Minister.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Revival fires burn. Interest in the
meeting deepens. New faces are seen
at every service. Mr. Hartzell and
the chorus bring great messages in
song. You will enjoy every minute
of these meetings. Services each
night at 7:30 except Saturday. All
Sunday services at the usual hours.
Visitors cordially welcome.
Alexander Scott, Minister.
PINE GROVE MENTION.
Mrs. J. W. Sunday, who was quite
ill last week, is now much improved.
W. K. Goss, of Tyrone, spent Sun-
day here with his father, W. H. Goss.
A sweet little baby girl arrived at
Se Walter Johnson home on Wednes-
Rev. J. S. Hammac is holding revi-
val services in the Methodist church
Miss Charlotte O’Bryan, of State
College, spent last week with her
grandmother in this place.
S. E. Ward and two sons were in
Bellefonte Saturday taking advantage
of the many bargain sales.
G. C. and P. W. Corl. W. H. and W.
K. Goss motored to Bellefonte on
Monday on a business trip.
Rev. J. M. Ross, of Belleville, will
fill the pulpit in the Lutheran church
here on Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Close, of Fair-
brook, were callers at the J. H. Wil-
liams home on Sunday evening.
After a six week’s visit with rela-
tives in Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Claire
Irvin returned home on Monday.
Mrs. Joseph Johnson spent the ear-
ly part of the week with her daughter,
Margaret Robison, at Warriorsmark. |
Mrs. Nannie Bailey is somewhat un-
der the weather at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Mary Glenn, on Main
The personal effects and real estate
of the late Franklin Bowersox will be
sold at public sale Saturday, Feb-u-
Rev. David M. Curry, of Mount
Union, is holding evengelistic meet-
ings in the Graysville Presbyterian
church this week.
George W. O’Bryan, of Axe Mann,
was here on Saturday to see that his
grandmother was supplied with every-
thing needful to her comfort.
Russell Shirk, wife and son Willie
Boalsburg, spent Sunday at the W. H.
Glenn home on east Main street.
Emory Johnson and family, Mrs. C.
M. Johnson and D. I. Johnson, of Pine
Hall, sledded to our town on Sunday
and visited the W. E. Johnson home.
Dr. C. T. Aikens, president of the
Susquehanna University, filled his old
appointments on the Lutheran charge
here on Sunday, being entertained at
the E. C. Musser home.
W. H. Goss went to Philadelphia on
Tuesday to enter the Jeffersan hos-
pital as a patient. He was accompa-
nied by P. W. Corl and at Reading
was joined by his son, S. E. Goss.
The venerable Jacob Keller suffer-
ed a third stroke of paralysis last
week and is now confined to his bed,
entirely helpless. His mental facul-
ties, however, are as bright as ever.
Among those from a distance who
attended the Mrs. Elmer Ross funeral
at Lemont last Saturday were H. T.
McDowell and George Harter, of
Howard; Mrs. J. E. Ward and W. B.
Rankin, of Bellefonte.
In stating that the Kepler voting
list was now extinct in Ferguson
township, in our last letter, we entire-
ly forgot our friends, A. C. Kepler
and wife, so that the name still con-
tinues on the list. We apologize to
Mr. and Mrs. Kepler for the error.
All Federal Hospitals Open for Sick
Every government hospital in the
country will be thrown open to ser-
iously ill veterans of the world war,
under an order issued recently by Col-
onel Charles R. Forbes, director of the
Colonel Forbes has ordered the
heads of all government hospitals to
admit seriously ill veterans, regard-
less of the manner in which their dis-
ease was contracted and let official
channels determine how and where
said disease was incurred.
No veteran seriously ill, no matter
where his illness was contracted, will
be turned away.
him to bed and give him the proper
treatment. Then let the government
decide whether he is to be taken from
the government hospital and placed
in a private hospital or not,” was the
gist of the order issued by Colonel
The former rules barred the govern-
ment hospitals to ex-service men who
had contracted diseases while not on
the line of duty.
and Mrs. Will Glenn, of}.
“Take him and put |
A local institute will be held at Mill-
him this (Friday) afternoon. All the
teachers are hoping for fair weather
so that they can attend.
Dr. James Hosterman, who was
called here by his brother’s illness,
returned to his home in Missouri,
leaving here on Sunday afternoon.
Rev. C. F. Catherman has been con-
ducting a series of meetings in the
Methodist church, which have been
well attended. He and Mrs. Cather-
man have spent part of the week in
town, visiting among their people.
Miss Romie Snyder, who underwent
an operation in the Bellefonte hospital
last week, is improving very nicely.
Our other sick people are also on the
mend. T. A. Hosterman, who has suf-
fered intensely has been relieved since
the pus was removed from his leg last
Samay Mrs. M. I. Arney is again
able to be up part of the time. Mrs.
J. H. Puff seems to recover very
slowly, but time will no doubt help her
regain her normal condition. Miss
Elsie Moore was not at all well during
the week and does not improve as rap-
idly as her friends could wish.
Real Estate Transfers.
Martha C. Griest, et bar, to Walter
G. Wright, tract in Unionville; $600.
Bessie A. Gutelius to Amelia C.
Bowersox, tract in Millheim; $2000.
Francis M. Leathers, et ux, to Jas.
B. Wilson, tract in Philipsburg; $5000.
Anna T. H. Henszey, et bar, to
Winifred Branaman, tract in College
Winifred W. Branaman, et ux, to
Anna T. H. Henszey, tract in College
Elizabeth H. Thompson to Alvin A.
Way, tract in State College; $7,000.
S. E. Kimport, et ux, to Elmer
Griffin, tract in State College; $3,300.
Thomas H. Motz, trustee, to Warren
B. Boob, tract in Haines township;
Rachel S. VanDaniker, et bar, to
Harry Todd, tract in Philipsburg;
Susan Markle, et bar, to Charles F.
Cook, tract in Bellefonte; $2,750.
Albert S. Lingle to Decker Rod and
Gun club, tract in Potter township;
Emanuel Ettinger, et ux, to Alvin
Keener, tract in Haines township;
John P. Condo to Midvale Realty
Co., tract in Penn township; $4,500.
David J. Neiman to Lloyd W. Sto-
ver, et ux, tract in Millheim; $1.
Walter Mann, ea ux, to John Davy,
tract in Howard; $1,000.
Curtis Bechtol, et ux, to Chauncey
i tract in Liberty township;
Elsie M. Myers, Admr., to Chaun-
cey DeLong, tract in Liberty town-
James Davis to Sto-Rox Hunting
and Fishing Co., tract in Potter town-
——Subscribe for the “Watchman.” |
COME HOME TO ROOST.
This has been proven many times.
Whether lost or stolen, chickens
will make every effort to get back
home at resting time. It’s just the
same with the human family, only we
fail to realize that there is a resting
time. Defective eyes are working
from the time they awake in the
morning until they retire at night, and
are only at rest when asleep or when
wearing properly fitted glasses.
If in Doubt About Your Eyes Con-
DR. EVA B. ROAN, Optometrist,
Every Saturday, 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Every Day except Saturday.
Both Phones. 66-42 |
OTS FOR SALE.—West Curtin St.
L Inquire of ANNA Hoy, 317 N.
Spring St., Bellefonte. 4-2t
OR SALE.—3 draft horses, 1 driving
horse, 1 six-year old Belgian
stallion. — WESTERN PENITEN-
TIARY, Rockview, Pa. 5-2t
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—Letters testa-
mentary upon the estate of George
S. Gray, late of Halfmoon town-
ship, deceased, having been granted to the
undersigned, all persons knowing them-
selves indebted to said estate are requested
to make prompt payment, and those hav-
ing claims against the same must present
them, duly authenticated, for settlement.
MATTHEW A. ELDER, Executor,
= Philipsburg, Pa.
Julia May Klugh
CLAIRVOYANT and TRANCE MEDIUM
(Member of the Order of Fraternal Spir-
ualists of the World)
Will answer two questions by
mail free of charge if you will en-
close a stamped, self-addressed
envelope with your questions.
Advice on Changes, Investments,
Marriage, Lost Articles, Ete.
READINGS BY APPOINTMENT
Day or Evening
At Room 5, BRANT HOUSE,
Bellefonte, Pa. Both Phones. 5-1t*
ALL DAY SATURDAY
Swift & Co.
Come and Sample Swift's
Premier Hams and Frankfurters
SAMPLES GIVEN FREER
GETTIG’S MEAT MARKET,
OF REAL ESTATE
The undersigned executors, will on
SATURDAY, THE 18th DAY OF FEBRU-
immediately at the conclusion of the sale
of the personal property, on the premises,
sell on the premises, in the village of
Pine Grove lis, the house and lot here-
inafter described, as follows:
Beginning at a post on the public road,
now state highway, thence by an alley
south 443, degrees east, 175 feet to a post
on alley, thence north 433; degrees east b
an alley 55 feet to a post, thence nort
448, degrees west 175 feet by lot now or
late of Mrs. William Brouse to post,
thence south 43% degrees west 55 feet to
the state highway, and place of beginning,
33 7-11 PERCHES.
Thereon erected a 6 room frame dwelling
house, good frame stable, buggy shed, to-
gether with all necessary out buildings.
Running water piped from the moun-
tain. Cherries, grapes and plums on the
premises. The dwellin house being
equipped with electric lights.
CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR THE
209% of the bid on purchase of the real
estate to be paid when the property is
knocked down; 40% of the purchase price
on or before the 1st day of April, 1922, at
the time of execution and delivery of a
deed for the premises and the remaining
409% one year from the 1st day of April,
1922, to be secured upon the premises by
Scire Facias bond and mortgage, with in-
terest at 6%. The purchaser, however, to
have the right and privilege of paying the
entire purchase price at the time of the
execution and delivery of the deed for the
The conditions for the sale of personal
property will be announced on day of sale.
I. J. Reed, ALFRED BOWERSOX,
Auctioneer. Pine Grove Mills, Pa.
Gettig & Bower, Lansdowne, Ra.,
Attorneys. 67-4-3t Executors.
“Have It Weld”
We have opened an Acetylene
Welding shop in Bellefonte and
are prepared to do any class of
work along this line. We have
the experience and all our work
is guaranteed. ’
WE CAN WELD
Cast Iron, Steel. Aluminum, Brass
Auto Castings a Specialty
The Old McQuistion Stand,
Opposite Penna. Freight Depot
Wallboard and Roofing
About 2600 feet Wallboard,
32 and 48 inches wide, 8, 9, and
10 feet long.
About 75 squares Van Ault
Roofing, 1 and 2 ply; nails, ce-
ment and caps included. Also 3
‘Squares partly damaged,
F. W. Crider Estate
(at Crider Lumber Yard Office)
This is the time to fat-
ten your hogs for Fall
There is Nothing Better
Than Fresh Skimmed Milk
Our price only 25c. per
Western Maryland Dairy
66-24-tf Bellefonte, Pa.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
of administration d. b. n. ¢. t. a,
having been issued to the under-
signed upon the estate of Emanuel Noll,
late of Spring township, deceased, all per-
sons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are requested to make prompt pay-
ment, and those having claims against the
same must present them, duly authenti-
cated, for settlement.
W. C. ROWE,
Administrator d. b. n. c. t. a.
Gettig & Bower, Bellefonte, Pa.
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—Estate of
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.
JAMES K. BARNHART, Executor,
Clement Dale, Bellefonte, Pa.
Valuable Real Estate A
FOURTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF
LIMESTONE FARM LAND
in Franklin township, Huntingdon coun-
ty, Pennsylvania, divided into
FOUR FARMS, OF 190 ACRES,
250 acres, 300 acres, and 470 acres, respect-
ively, each with a complete and adequate
set of good buildings, two tracts of 50
acres and 150 acres, respectively, without
buildings, but with water for pasture, a
FLOUR AND FEED MILL,
mill dam, house, etc.,, and a Homestead
property consisting of two residences with
modern conveniences, tenant house, office,
garage, stable, ete.
Tach of these farms has excellent water
facilities and wonderful pasture meadows,
a trout stream traversing the entire tract.
The 470 acre farm has four silos and sta-
bles 110 feeders; the 250 acre farm has one
silo and the usual dairy facilities, and the
300 acre farm has one silo and a modern
barn built in 1920 with Louden equipment
for thirty-four cows. All are splendid dai-
ry and stock farms with tractor land, cen-
The highest value on any of these farms
is $60.00 per acre, the Grist Mill and Home-
stead being valued separately, and any of
these tracts con be purchased separatel
by responsible parties with a small cas
payment and a first mortgage for the bal-
ance of purchase money with interest at
six per cent. payable semi-annually, and
the principal payable in yearly imstall-
ments covering a period of ten years if de-
sired. Possession can be given on or be-
fore April 1st, 1922.
Personal inspection is invited, and fur-
ther detailed information may be had by
addressing the owners,
A. C. and F. E. GRAZIER,
Warriors Mark, Pa.
Daily Motor Express
Bellefonte and State College
We Make a Specialty of Moving
Furniture, Trunks & Baggage
«SERVICE AND RIGHT PRICE”
Anthracite Coal at Retail.
Pittsburgh Coal Wholesale and Retail
A. L. PETERS
STATE COLLEGE, PA.
Bell Phone No. 487-R-13. Commercial
Phone No. 48-7. Terms Cash.
(Caldwell & Son
Plumbing ana 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
Furnished. : 1-99
We have demonstrated
How are Your Savings Invested?
Are you sure of the largest return in either divi-
dends or interest, that is possible with safety? Wouldn't
you be interested in a security that offers every possible
safeguard and at the same time pays you 7 per cent.
through years of experience
that the best security from the standpoint of safety and
income is a preferred claim on the properties and earn-
ings of a going industrial concern.
THE R. L. DOLLINGS COMPANY
E. B. FELTY, Representative ELLIS B. REHRBACH, Dist, Mgr.
Central Trust Building
ANTED.— : -
NTED.~Some dry walaut lumber | parmers and Others Take Notice.
Good prices for good lumber.
BOALSEURG REPRODUCTION SHOP. | of "RY, SFRIEFS Sudirte’on Hs
67-3-2t* Boalsburg, Pa. | cash plan, for three years, as against fire
XECUT and lightning. 5M
OR’S NOTICE.—Letter: % . M. REICHLINE,
mentary upon the estate rs, Lesta- 66-16-6m Bellefonte. Pa.
lin Bowersox, late. of Ferguso
township, deceased, having been pin i
to the undersigned, all persons knowing
Ira D. Garman
themselves indebted to said estate are re-
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
uested to make prompt payment, and
“JEWELRY MADE OVER”
those having claims against the same must
present them, duly authenticated, for set-
11th Street Below Chestnut,
63-34-6m PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Pine Grove Mills, Pa.
Gettig & Bower, ay 2
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4:
WILLIAM RUSSELL in “THE SINGING RIVER,” a story of a young
homesteader who keeps hidden from the law because of a murder he is
supposed to have committed. Good western stuff and lots of action. Also,
Snub Pollard Comedy.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6:
ALL STARS in “DANGEROUS TOYS,” a seven reel feature that tells of
the old triangle of a man’s wife leaving him for another and his loss of
faith in women, but finally has a happy ending. Also, Spanuth’s Vod-a-
vil, Pathe News and Topics.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7:
SESSUE HAYAKAWA in “THE SWAMP,” six reels, with Bessie Love and
Frankie Lee in many tense, dramatic moments. A story of a Chinese ven-
dor whe comes to rescue of white woman and her son. Also, Screen Snap
Shots and Aesop’s Fables.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8 (Matinee and Night):
ALL STARS (First National) in “THE GOLDEN SNARE,” one of the fa-
mous James Oliver Curwood stories of the Northwest that appeals so to
our patrons with all its thrills. Don’t miss it. Also, Sunshine Comedy,
“LOVE AND WAR.”
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9:
DORIS MAY in “EDEN AND RETURN.” This is an interesting story,
well played by this vivacious comediene that will surely please all who
like bright comedies. Also, Pathe News and Review.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10:
HERBERT RAWLINSON in “CHEATED HEARTS,” a story of an artist
who was also an athlete. A fast, colorful story with a fine cast. Thrills
and the proper amount of melodrama. Good. Also, 11th episode of that
wonderful serial, “MIRACLES OF THE JUNGLE.” Every one a wild an-
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, (Matinee and Night):
HARRY CAREY in “FOX.” His greatest super feature story. Don’t miss
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11:
PEARL WHITE in “WITHOUT FEAR.” One of her best, six reels. Also,
Charlie Chaplin’s famous comedy, “IDLE CLASS.”
Matinee at Scenic, nights at Opera House.
Garman Opera House... Tuesday, Feb. 7th
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| Bellefonte, Pa.