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Church Services Next Sunday.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Lord’s day services: 9:45 Bible-
school. Classes for all ages and a
welcome for every one. 10:45, morn-
ing worship. Sermon theme, “Man’s
Thought Versus God’s Thought.”
7:30, evening worship. Sermon
theme, “The Blessedness of the Right-
eous and the Doom of the Wicked.”
Mid-week service of bible-study and
~ prayer on Wednesday evening at 7:30
in the chapel. General theme for the
month, “Favorite Psalms.”
Special Notes: —It will be the aim
of the Pastor of this church to carry
into every organization of the church
the spirit of the motto, “We Aim to
Serve.” To accomplish this, he asks
the co-operation of every one who
makes this their church home.
There will be special services in
this church the week preceding Eas-
ter Sunday (from Monday until Fri-
day evening inclusive), at which time
we shall meditate on the events lead-
ing up to the Resurrection of our
Lord. There will be a special Com-
munion service Easter Sunday morn-
ing with reception of members on con-
fession of faith or by letter from oth-
er churches. Plan for these meet-
ings! Pray for them!
Seats are free. All are welcome!
Rev. David R. Evans, Minister.
ST. JOHN'S REFORMED CHURCH.
Sunday, March 19th, at 10:45 a. m.,
service with sermon, “In the Begin-
ning Sin.” 7:30 p. m., song serv-
ice with familiar hymns and special
music by the Academy quartette.
9:30 a. m., Sunday school, and C. E.
meeting at 6:45 p. m. Litany service
Friday evening at 7:30. Strangers
welcome at all services.
Ambrose M. Schmidt, D.D., Minister.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Third Sunday in Lent. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship
10:45, “Mary, the Mother of Jesus.”
Vesper service with sermon 7:30.
Brotherhood will meet this (Friday)
evening in the social room of the
church. Special entertainment will be
provided. Visitors always welcome.
“ Rev. Wilson P. Ard, Minister.
Conrad Miller has been award-
ed the contract for building the new
porch at the Elk’s home.
a ——— ly ———
RICH MAN, POOR MAN, BEGGAR-
MAN, THIEF; DOCTOR, LAW-
YER, INDIAN CHIEF.
All have their troubles. The rich
man has nothing on the poor man
when it comes to trouble. The doctor
and lawyer, as well as the beggarman
and thief have their troubles. They
may differ somewhat, but trouble is
trouble and why trouble trouble until
trouble troubles you? But if you
have trouble with your eyes I am at
your service and can overcome eye
trouble which well help you overcome
all other trouble.
No drops. Satisfaction guaranteed.
~ DR. EVA B. ROAN, Optometrist,
Licensed by the State Board.
Every Saturday, 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Every Day except Saturday.
ANTED.—Experienced man to take
W charge of farm 5 miles from Re-
novo, Clinton county. Prefer mar-
ried man. Good opportunity for right
party. State wages expected. Address,
C. F. MAXWELL,
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—Letters testa-
mentary having been granted to
the undersigned upon the estate of
Amos Garbrick, late of Spring township,
deceased ,all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate are requested to
make prompt payment, and those having
claims against the same must present
them, duly authenticated, for settlement.
EDWARD E. GARBRICK, Executor,
Gettig & Bower, Bellefonte, Pa.
Pie sud HIRE
This is the time to fat-
ten your hogs for Fall
There is Nothing Better
Than Fresh Skimmed Milk
Our price only 235c. per
Western Maryland Dairy
66-24-tf Bellefonte, Pa.
Wait for Them
Centre County Automobile Show
Today and Tomorrow
THE CLOSING DAYS
...All the New Models and New Prices......
TRUCKS AND TRACTORS
TOURING CARS, ROADSTERS,
All Paid Admissions will have
A CHANCE ON
Daily Prizes Daily Prizes
GOOD MUSIC ADMISSION
Full Orchestra, Male Quartettes, REDUCED TO NOMINAL PRICE OF
Vocal and Instrumental Soloists 25 cents
Come: Plenty of Entertainment Come: Light Refreshments
CENTRE COUNTY AUTOMOBILE DEALERS Asso.
* Are men who have lived among you for years. They
are residents of your community and men with families.
They expect to live among you for years.
They solicit your surplus funds for investment because
they know they are rendering you a service. Your SaUIngs
placed with them are carefully conserved and made to yield
a comfortable income. Their efforts aid in building up your
city and your community.
THE R. L. DOLLINGS COMPANY
1421 Walnut St.
E. B. FELTY, Representative
ELLIS B. ROHRBACK, Dist. Mgr.
Central Trust Building
ONLY 29 DAYS LEFT
We have established a Fishing Tackle department in con-
nection with our store and have a stock of Tackle to warrant the
approval of the most exacting angler.
We have on display the largest assortment of the best Tackle
to be found in town. Our Trout Flies, Rods, Leaders, Bas-
kets, Hooks, etc., are unexcelled. We are featuring a Special
Double Hook for minnow fishing.
Our Prices ARE RIGHT.
Come in and Inspect Our Stock and We'll do the Rest.
With every $5.00 purchase of Fishing Tackle we will
Present You with a $1.25 pint Thermos Bottle
The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.
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Does Your Budget
You read in the newspapers about
the various European governments
trying to make their budgets balance.
A government cannot long expend
more money than it receives, any more
than an individual can. It is import-
ant to balance the household budget,
and included in this budget should be
a proper provision for saving.
The finances of the family must be
placed on a business basis if proper
provision is to be made for the time
when earning power diminishes. Nine
times out of ten the women are the
money savers of the family. They
have the real knack of saving. They
know, too, how to make one dollar do
the work of two in buying.
This bank welcomes the savings ac-
counts of thrifty women and will be
glad to assist them in business mat-
CENTRE COUNTY BANKING C0
60-4 BELLEFONTE, PA.
Yr: LADIES ONLY
No Children Admitted
$1.00 for all over 16
Matinees 50c. all Seats.
Night Prices 50c.
A Million Women’s Lives Sacrificed on the Altar of Love
Is the Wedding Ring Only a Golden Fetter?
SEATS NOW SELLING AT MOTT DRUG COMPANY
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King Arthur’s Court
The Greatest Comedy of the Age
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