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For State Senator
34th DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
HARRY B. SCOTT
1. Clearfield and Centre Counties are the heart of the State
of Pennsylvania, embracing many of the great natural resources
of our State and require real representation at Harrisburg.
2. Clearfield and Centre Counties have the best people on
earth and demand recognition. Why should Philadelphia and
Allegheny Counties dictate the legislative policies of our State?
We need a man who can “speak out in meeting” for the benefit
of his constituents.
3. Clearfield and Centre Counties need a Senator who is
experienced in legislative procedure and will know when the
things are “being pulled off” that may work to the detriment of
these two great counties.
4. Clearfield and Centre Counties need a Senator who can
be depended upon to demand and receive respect and attention.
YOU CAN ASSURE All,
OF THESE AND MANY
OTHER BENEFITS TO YOURSELF AND YOUR
NEIGHBORS BY VOTING FOR
On Tuesday Next, May 16th, 1922
Church Services Next Sunday.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
“We Aim to Serve.”
Lord’s Day Services: 9:45 Bible-
school with classes for all ages. Spe-
cial features in connection with Moth-
er’s day. Let us make this Family
day in the Bible-school with every
member of the home present, study-
ing the greatest “Home-Book” in the
world. Mr. Presbyterian! If you
don’t attend the Brotherhood Bible
class, we are both losers!
10:45 morning worship. Sermon
theme, “A Tribute to Motherhood.”
Message to the junior congregation,
“Making a House or a Home?” Spe-
cial music at all the services. 7:30
evening worship. Sermon theme, “A
Tribute to Daughterhood.” Mothers
and daughters will meet in the chapel
ten minutes before the service and
form a processional to the church
both morning and evening. Fathers
and sons will occupy the side aisles or
seats to the rear of the reserved sec-
Wednesday evening 7:30 service of
Bible-study and prayer. Subject “Our
Denomination at Work.” From 7:30
to 8 o'clock the members of the junior
congregation will meet with us and
recite their memory verses. Parents
and teachers are urged to use their
influence to encourage the young peo-
ple to attend the Sunday and mid-
week services of the church.
Special Note—The acousticon was
inspected last week and placed in first-
class condition. Friends are urged to
avail themselves of this service which
the church has provided. Seats are
free. Everybody welcome.
David R. Evans, M. A., Minister.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
A fine Mother’s day program will
be given at 10:45. Mothers and
daughters will have part in song and
message with a number of mother
hymns by the choir. Baptism of chil-
dren and reception of members will
also be at this hour.
The anniversary of the Epworth
League and a candle light installation
service of the new officers will be at
6:30, with music and message by the
The first quarterly conference will
be held at 3 o’clock by Dr. E. A. Pyles
and all the officers are urged to be
The pastor will bring a message of
inspiration to the young people at
7:30, on “A Young Man’s Question
and an Wise Old Man’s Reply.” Sun-
day school at 9:30 a. m.
E. E. McKelvey, Pastor.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
“The Friendly Church.”
Fourth Sunday after Easter. Sun-
day school 9:30 a. m. Mother's day
will be observed both morning and
evening. At 10:45 a. m. the sermon
theme will be “The White Flower of
Motherhood.” The Ladies’ Auxiliary
of the Brooks-Doll Post No. 33 Ameri-
can Legion will worship with us at
this hour. Every woman attending
will receive as a remembrance of the
day a neatly printed copy of the beau-
OR SALE.—Desirable residence, west
Curtin street. 8 rooms and bath.
All modern conveniences. Lot 60x
200 ft. Early possession. Apply, WIL-
LIAM BURNSIDE, Brockerhoff House, / at
ALE HELP WANTED.—Two men
21 years or over. Must be ambi-
tious and willing to work, a hust-
ler preferred, to call upon Automobile
Owners. Preference given to men with
cars. Either full time or part time. Will
pay all you are worth. Steady work. Can
you qualify? Give reference and age to
P. O. Box 308, Harrisburg, Pa. 67-18-3t
ARM FOR SALE—In Ferguson town-
ship, Centre county, Pa., one-half
mile east of Rock Springs, known
as the Wilson Gardner farm; containing
one hundred and two acres, more or less,
good buildings and in a high state of culti-
vation. The landlord’s share of the crop
will be sold with the farm, for the year
1922. Terms of sale cash on delivery of
the deed. Possession will be given on the
first day of April, 1923.
J. M. KEICHLINE.
HARTER APPLICATION.—Notice is
hereby given that an Application
will be made to the Governor of
the State of Pennsylvania on Monday,
June bth, 1922, at 10 o’clock a. m., by Da-
vid F. Kapp, Roy I. Webber, George B.
Jackson, Frederick P. Weaver, and Harold
B. Shattuck, under an Act of Assembly of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, enti-
tled “An Act to provide for the incorpora-
tion and regulation of certain Corporations
approved April 29, 1874, and the supple-
ments thereto” for a charter of an intend-
ed corporation to be called “MASONIC
TEMPLE ASSOCIATION” the character
and object of which is “buying, owning,
possessing, controlling, maintaining, en-
cumbering, disposing of, and in all respects
exercising the right of ownership of, in, to
and over certain real estate and personal
property in the Borough of State College,
County of Centre, and State of Pennsylva-
nia,” and for this purpose to have, pos-
sess, and enjoy all the rights, benefits and
privileges of the said Act of Assembly and
W. HARRISON WALKER,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
at 7 p. m. If you have any goods you
don’t need send them to us and we will
ssh) them at Auction for a small commis-
67-19-tf E. C. COOKE, Bellefonte.
To the -
Vote for F. E. Naginey
next Tuesday. A Man
who has had years of
experience in business
and will represent you
in State business and
guard your interest.
tiful poem on “Mother” as written by
Mr. J. A. Fitzpatrick, choir director
of the local Lutheran church. Vesper
service at 7:30 with sermon on “The
Mother of the Great Son.” Special
music morning and evening. Visitors
Rev. Wilson P. Ard, Minister.
ST. JOHN’S REFORMED CHURCH.
Next Sunday morning at 10:45 and
evening at 7:30 Mother’s day services
will be held. A special order of serv-
ice prepared by the pastor and pub-
lished by the Heidelberg Press will be
used. Mother's day hymns and ap-
propriate recitations. In the evening
Mr. Thomas Quinn, of the Academy,
will render Nevin’s “My Rosary” on
the violin, accompanied by Mrs. Hess
on the piano. An anthem also, by the
junior choir. Strangers cordially wel-
comed. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
and C. E. meeting at 6:45 p. m.
Ambrose M. Schmidt, D. D.; Minister.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
On Sunday afternoon at 2:30 the
Bishop of Harrisburg will make his
annual visitation to St. John’s parish
to administer the Sacrament of Con-
firmation. Other services of the day
as follows: 8 a. m. Holy Eucharist.
9:46 a. m. church school. 11 a. m.
Mattins and sermon, “The Church’s
Teaching About Confirmation.” 7:30
p. m. evensing. Wednesday, 7:30 p.
m. evensong and instruction. Visitors
Rev. M. DeP. Maynard, Rector.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY.
Christian Science Society, Furst
building, Hight street, Sunday service
11 a. m. ednesday 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.
—“Home, Sweet Home,” be it
ever so humble. Where is the Legion
——Nature has been very good to
this section of the planet. Magnifi-
cent as the scenery is, it is not always
enjoyed by those to whom it has be-
come a familiar thing.
OR SALE.—Oil stoves, refrigerators.
Cash or credit. See Mrs. HAIN,
at Brant House. Call evenings.
One week only. 67-19-1t*
UDITOR’S NOTICE.—In the matter
A of the Receivership of the Vulcan
Coal Mining Company.
The undersigned, an auditor, appointed
by the Court of Common Pleas of Centre
County to distribute the funds in the
hands of James C. Furst, Receiver of the
Vulcan Coal Mining Company, as appears
from his final account, to and among those
legally entitled to the same will attend to
the duties of his appointment in his office,
Room No. 4, Temple Court Building, Belle-
fonte, Penna., at 2 p. m. Monday, June 5,
1922, when all claimants are required to
present their claims, or be debarred from
coming in on the fund.
JOHN G. LOVE,
EDWARD B. FELTY, Rep.
OR SALE.—The McQuistion home on
west High street. For. further in-
formation inquire at the home of
Miss M. E. McQuistion, Bellefonte. - 67-14-tf
E XECUTRIX'S NOTICE.—Letters tes-
tamentary on the estate of George
Ross Parker, late of Bellefonte
borough, deceased, having been granted to
the undersigned, all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate are re-
quested to make prompt payment, and
those having claims against the same must
present them, duly authenticated, for set-
MARY SCHOFIELD PARKER.
Harry Keller, Bellefonte, Pa.
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 a t fire
Daily Motor Express
Bellefonte and State College
We Make a Specialty of Moving
Furniture, Trunks & Baggage
“SERVICE AND RIGHT PRICE”
Anthracite Coal at Retail.
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STATE COLLEGE, PA.
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During all our history we have endeavored constantly
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It would pay you to know more about us.
THE R. L. DOLLINGS COMPANY
142 Walnut St.
ELLIS B. ROHRBACK, Dist. Mgr.
Central Trust Building
ment is in progress.
prosperity is built.
Business Conditions Improving
The special summary of Business con-
ditions in the United States, issued by the
Federal Reserve Bank shows that improve-
There has been pronounced increase in
activity in many basic lines of industry.
Generally speaking the new season is open-
ing favorably for the farmer, with higher
prices for his products, and lower prices
for farm labor, fertilizers, and machinery.
Agriculture is the foundation on which
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SATURDAY, MAY 13:
WILLIAM RUSSELL in “DESERT BLOSSOM,” a good western that will
please the admirers of this star and bring forth many favorable comments.
Also, Snub Pollard Comedy.
MONDAY, MAY 15:
HARRY CAREY in “MAN TO MAN,” is a picture with a lot of action.
Scraps galore. Lillian Rich as the heroine is fine. Bix reels of strenuous
life in story of a derelict inherits ranch, reforms and drives off his ene-
mies. Also, Pathe News, Topics and Harold Lloyd Comedy.
TUESDAY, MAY 16:
CONSTANCE BINNEY in “THE SLEEP WALKER.” This dainty little
star will please in story of girl in her sleep walks into man’s room at ho-
tel, is ordered out by manager and nearly loses her lover as result. Also,
Screen Snap Shots and a comedy.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MAY 17th AND 18th:
MAE MURRAY in “THE GILDED LILY.” This lovely star is the hero-
ine dancer in a popular theatre and the country boy is the cad while the
girl is worth while. Meddling mother starts trouble that breaks heart of
girl but turns out for best in end. Also, Sunshine comedy, “THE GUIDE.”
FRIDAY, MAY 19: :
Special cast in “THE SOUL OF MAN.” A story of a rich man’s desire to
gain whole world and become a power god. He loses all and his own kin
double cross him. Grandson and sweet blind girl show him his mistake
and prove the power of love. Also, 10th episode of the famous wild ani-
mal serial “ADVENTURES OF TARZAN.”
SATURDAY, MAY 13:
All Star cast in “THUNDERCLAP,” one of the most thrilling race track
dramas of the age. The struggle for life in the Niagara. Not a dull mo-
ment. Mary Carr, the mother in “The Old Nest,” enacts a wonderful part.
Matinee at Scenic Saturday Afternoon.
SATURDAY, MAY 20: ..
TOM MIX in “THE TRAILING.” Another one of this famous thrill play-
er that you would brave fire and water to see.
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often uncover some forgotten, dam-
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Watches. We can make these articles
over for you to look like new.
Bring them in for an estimate.
F. P. Blair & Son,
Jewelers and Optometrists
Sparks Circus Pleases Elmira Folks.
“The Sparks Circus showed here yesterday to capacity crowds. The parade
was bright and snappy, draft horses and ring stock the best ever seen in the city.
No games of any kind on the grounds and even the usual immoral shows were ab-
sent. Elmira will welcome this circus any time.”—The Telegram, Elmira, N. XY.
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