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PINE GROVE MENTION.
J. D. Dreiblebis is now sporting a
new Ford car. :
J. M. Campbell and wife, of Fair-
brook, were within our gates on Sun-
Mrs. Joseph Johnson is visiting her
old friends and neighbors at Water
Street this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Osman spent
Sunday at the D. G. Reed home on
east Church street.
King Alexander, of Chambersburg,
was registered at the St. Elmo the
early part of the week.
W. W. Smith and wife, of State
College, were visitors at the Will
Thompson home last Monday.
Miss Isabel Ward and Miss Mary
Chambers, of Bellefonte, spent last
week at the Ward home in town.
Butcher Roy Coxey has his new
shop in the E. C. Musser building ful-
ly equipped and open for business.
Kyle Osman and wife, of State Col-
lege, were week-end visitors at the J.
R. Smith home on east Main street.
Donald Robinson and wife, of Pe-
tersburg, are guests at the Joe E.
Johnson home on east Main street.
Samuel Markle, of State College,
spent the early part of the week at
the home of his son, W. S. Markle, in
Mrs. J. Edward Elder has returned
home from the Bellefonte hospital and
has almost entirely recovered from
While in town last Tuesday Harry
A. Rossman pitched his hat in the ring
as a candidate for register of Centre
county in 1923.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Glenn and Mr.
and Mrs. Shirk and son William were
callers at the W. H. Glenn home on
Last Thursday night a sweet little
baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel M. Hess. She will be christ-
ened Phelas Emeline.
W. E. McWilliams, of Rock Spring,
spent Saturday evening with his sis-
ter, Mrs. Nannie Bailey, who is hous-
ed up with a bad cold.
Misses Sue and Sadie Dannley spent
the latter end of the week with friends
at Hublersburg and took in the picnic
at Hecla park on Saturday.
Having just returned from his post
of duty in Europe the Hon. Cyrus E.
Woods made a brief visit a few days
ago with his brother, Dr. G. H. Woods.
Prof. S. C. Miller and family, of
Chester, are spending a month on the
home farm, the professor overseeing
some necessary repairs to the build-
Rev. R. H. Runyan, of Birmingham,
administered the Lord’s Supper at
Meek’s church on Sunday morning
and at the Methodist church here on
During a recent rain storm the
barn on the W. Miles Walker farm at
Fairbrook, was struck by lightning.
The building was damaged but fortu-
nately not set on fire.
Picnics are now the order of the day
and tomorrow is the date for the big
community gathering at Marengo.
The annual gathering at Baileyville
will be held on the 19th.
Hon. J. W. Kepler and family mo-
tored in from Johnstown last Satur-
day, Mr. Kepler returning the next
day while Mrs. Kepler and the chil-
dren will remain here several weeks.
Rev. Harry D. Fleming, who was
recently elected pastor of the Grays-
ville charge of the Presbyterian
church, has accepted the call and will
begin work in his new field on Sep-
Thursday being Edgar Hess’ birth-
day his many young friends gave him
a surprise party at his parental home
at Shingletown. It proved a most de-
lightful gathering and the young man
received many useful presents.
Dr. Calvin S. Runkle and wife, of
Philadelphia, and Mr. and Mrs. White,
of State College, were callers at the
J. H. Williams home here on Monday
evening. Dr. Runkle is a native of
Tusseyville but has been located in
Philadelphia for many years.
The first game on the McCracken
ball field was played last Thursday
between the Baileyville and. the
Glades teams, the former winning by
the score of 6 to 4. On Saturday our
own champion nine cleaned up Char-
ter Oak, on Bailey field, by the score
of 6 to 3.
E. W. Hess and wife and daughter
Virginia, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Schaeffer, of Bellefonte,
departed on Tuesday morning for a
two week’s motor trip. Going by way
of Harrisburg, Philadelphia and New
York city their objective point will be
A most delightful social was held in
the park near town, last Thursday
evening by the Dr. G. H. Woods’ bibie
class of the Presbyterian church. The
Citizen's band furnished the music
and refreshments of ice cream and
cake, fruits, etc., were served by the
ladies. In the afernoon previous to
the social there was a ball game be-
_ tween our married and single men,
the former winning by the score of
6 to 5.
Mrs. F. P. Geary and daughter Ag-
nes are enjoying their vacation at
Central Oaks Heights, near Milton.
Last Thursday morning a daughter,
the first child, came to the home of
Edward Homan, to gladden the hearts
of its parents.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Boozer returned
home Saturday from a visit of several
weeks with their son Ralph and fam-
ily, in Chicago.
Among the former Lutheran pas-
tors who attended their picnic last
Saturday were Rev. J. M. Rearick and
Rev. W. E. Fischer.
A daughter was born in the home of
C. A. Spyker on Tuesday morning.
The family is equally divided now—
three boys and three girls.
A card was received from Mrs. W.
W. Kerlin who mailed it in Sandusky,
Ohio. The Kerlins are enjoying an
auto trip to the middle west.
Rev. F. W. Barry and family, of
Baltimore, are visiting .in and about
Centre Hall. Rev. Barry will speak
at the community picnic on Saturday.
Mrs. Moodey, of Benton, Columbia
county, formerly Miss Savilla Rear-
ick, circulated among her former
friends during the past week. She
was accompanied by her husband and
interesting little daughter.
An auto trip to Curwensville and
Altoona was enjoyed by W. H. Bar-
tholomew and two sisters, Mrs. M. S.
Romig, of Liverpool, and Miss Jennie
Bartholomew; and Mrs. H. W. Krea-
mer and Miss Helen Bartholomew
over last Saturday, Sunday and Mon-
Real Estate Transfers.
State-Centre Electric Co. to Key-
stone Power Corporation, tract in
Centre county; consideration not
Philipsburg Coal and Land Co. to
Lulu M. Myers, tract in Philipsburg;
William P. Woods, et ux, to L. E.
Kidder, tract in State College; $1,200.
Edward Haupt to Joseph Misere, et
ux, tract in Bellefonte; $2,500.
George B. Myers, et ux, to Lydia C.
Tuttle, et al, tract in Philipsburg;
Henry J. Tibbens, et ux, to George
T. Tibbens, tract in Bellefonte; $400.
Harry W. Lonebarger, et ux, to
Chestie L. Rote, tract in State Col-
Philipsburg Coal and Land Co. to
George A. Stine, tract in Philipsburg;
D. F. Bowersox to J. F. D. Bower-
sox, tract in Haines township; $600.
Jacob Winkleblech, et ux, to John
Bowersox, tract in Haines township;
Adam H. Krumrine, et ux, to Esth-
er L. Allen, tract in State College;
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Having the Confidence of the Public
is Better Than a Bank Roll.
And the confidence is what we are
striving to attain. Perhaps you have
been reading the ads placed in this
paper every week. If so, you are in-
terested and some time you will need
spectacles or eye glasses. This is
only the natural course of events.
When the time arrives I would like
to have an opportunity to prove that
I am in a position to give unsurpassed
Let me demonstrate the advantage
of Made-to-order glasses.
Dr. Eva B. Roan, Optometrist. Li-
censed by the State Board.
Bellefonte every Saturday, 9 a. m.
to 4:30 p. m.
State College every day except Sun-
day. Both phones. 66-42
OTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.—
N Notice is hereby given that - the
annual meeeting of the members
of the Bellefonte Hospital Corporation
will be held at the Bellefonte hos-
pital on Friday, August 25th, 1922, at
four o'clock p. m., for the election of mem-
bers of the Board of Trustees to fill such
vacancies on the Board as may then exist;
also, to pass upon such matters as may
properly come before said meeting. All
persons who have contributed to the sup-
port of the hospital during the past year
are entitled to vote at the said meeting.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
H. E. FENLON,
F of the annual statement of the
School District of Bellefonte Bor-
ough for the year ending July 3rd, 1922:
Assessed Valuation............. $ 1739901.00
Per Capita Tax, ..c...cc0v:00.s: 6070.
For School Purposes, 18 mills. . 31318.22
For Sinking Fund and Interest
Si millS, ct aii eran. 5219.70
Total Amount of Taxes.........$ 42607.92
Account of Charles F. Cook, Treasurer:
To Balance on ‘Hand July 4th,
BY ee eR dd 830.36
To Amount Received from J. K.
Johnston, Collector (Gener-
al Property Tax)....c.e.... 33520.48
Tuition non-resident pupils.... 7498.40
Woodruff Appropriation........ 3982.50
High School Appropriation..... 540.00
State Appropriation........ . 2112.50
Vocational Appropriation. 1648.33
Manual Training......... . 225.84
Sale of Books, Ete.............. 236.32
Tax "Liens. 2.0... Sh coves 24.12
Amt. Received on Notes........ 17500.00
Total Receipts..................§ 6811855
Expense of Administration: —
Educational ........ 813.69
Compulsory Ed..... 14.52—% 2259.63
Expense of Instruction......... 37564.43
Expense of Operation.......... 5980.45
Expense of Maintenance........ 1366.87
Expense of Fixed Charges. . 1163.93
Expense of Debt Service....... 16808.75
Expense of Capital Outlay...... 2568.22
Expense of Auxiliary Agencies. 19.48
Total Expenditures.............$ 67731.76
By Bal. in Centre County
Bank. vocversivecnss $104.
By Bal in Bellefonte
Trust Co, .eivsionns 282.22— 387.09
SINKING FUND ACCOUNT.
To Amt in Treasurer's hands
July 4th, 1921...c.¢.40441.- $ 15971.02
Received from J. K. Johnston,
CONector ...........conaounn 5061.81
Received as Interest............ 729.50
Total Receipts..............3 21762.33
By Amt of State Tax, Int., Cou-
pons, Commissions, Ete....$ 3445.69
Balance in fund July 3rd, 1922:
Certificate of Dep..$ 8316.64
Victory Bonds.... 10000.00— 18316.64
Tota) ee senessernanssases $ 21762.33
BALANCE SHEET OF SCHOOL DIST.
Amt in Banks July 3rd, 1922...$ 387.00
Amt. Due on Duplicates........ 7761.27
Amt. Due from Tuition..... . 2264.60
Amt. Due from Tax Liens 2764.54
Amt in Sinking Fund.......... 18316.64
Amt. Due on State Appro-
priations ........c...i00 ne 7223.33
Total. ....ciiviiivnienesnsss $ 3871747
Old Bonded Debt............... $ 10000.00
New Bonded Debt.............. 65000.
Outstanding Notes.............. 25000.00
Amt. Due Prof. A. H. Sloop
(Petty Cash Account)...... 2.01
Total Liabilities..............$ 100002.61
Total Assets.................. 38717.47
Net Indebtedness.............$ 61285.24
D. A. BARLETT,
C. L. GATES
M. T. EISENHAUER,
July 28th, 1922.
——Subscribe for the “Watchman.
Realty and Personal Property
The undersigned Executor of the last
will and testament of Robert P. Barnes,
late of Spring township, Centre County,
Pa., dzceased, will offer at public sale on
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1922.
at 1 o'clock p. m., on the premises at
Pleasant Gap, the following Realty and
7 ROOM HOUSE AND LOT
with all necessary outbuildings and a good
stable 18x22, Property is located on State
Highway and is bounded and described as
follows: Beginning at a post on State
Highway leading from Bellefonte to Lew-
istown thence north 7 perches to post:
thence east along alley 10 perches to post;
thence south along alley 7 perches to post;
thence by lot of William H. Noll Jr. &
Brother, west 10 perches to place of be-
ginning. Being a lot with frontage of 115
feet and 165 feet deep.
The Lot has Many Good Fruit Trees
and the House is in Good Repair
epuipped with electric light and public
A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
At the same time all of the household
goods of deceased will be disposed of.
BED ROOM, PARLOR, DINING ROOM
and KITCHEN FURNITURE.
TERMS: Real Estate—Ten per cent. of
be paid on day of sale; forty per cent. on
confirmation of sale and delivery of deed,
when possession will be given and fifty
per cent. within six months with interest
to be secured by first judgment on premis-
es. Personal Property—All amounts not
exceeding $5.00 cash. Amounts in excess
of said sum 3 month's time by giving note
with approved security.
WM. H. NOLL Jr., Executor.
N. B. Spangler, Attorney. 67-29-3t
IRA D. GARMAN
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XECUTRIX’S NOTICE.—Letters tes-
tamentary having been issued to
the undersigned upon the estate of
Harry C. Valentine, late of Bellefonte bor-
ough, deceased, all persons knowing them-
selves indebted to same are requested to
make prompt payment, and those having
claims against the same must present
them, duly authenticated, for settlement.
SARA B. VALENTINE,
67-25-6t Bellefonte, Pa.
HARTER NOTICE.—Notice is hereby
given that an application will be
made to the Court of Common
Pleas of Centre county, Pennsylvania, on
Monday the 14th day of August, A. D.,
1922, at 10 o’clock a. m., under the provis-
ions of the Corporation Act of 1874, and
its supplements, for a Charter of an in-
tended corporation to be called SHILOH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, situate in
the township of College, county of Centre
and State of Pennsylvania, for the purpose
of purchase of the Shiloh burial ground
or Cemetery, and other land or lands or
property necessary, or to receive the same
by gift or otherwise, to lay out, sell and
dispose of burial lots and to ornament the
burial grounds, and to care for the place
of the burial of the dead, and to perform
any other act or acts pertaining to such
corporation, and to exercise all rights of
ownership, of, to, in and over all real es-
tate and personal property which is con-
ferred by. the said Act, and supplements
thereto. The application for said Charter
is on file in the Prothonotary’s office of
Centre county, at Bellefonte, Pennsylva-
nia, and entered to No. 136 September
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Valid in parlor or sleeping cars on pay"
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AVE that Diamond mounted in the
H new style White Gold Ring that
is so popular and is here to stay
Different styles on hand for your in-
This style mounting makes
the stone look twice the size.
from $8.00 to $25.00
F. P. Blair & Son,
ANTED., — Gentleman permanently
located in Bellefonte wants fur-
nished room in good neighborhood.
Give rent and location in your reply to
N. B. C. Care of “Watchman.” 67-29-1t*
Farmers and Others Take Notice.
I will insure dwellings at $1.00 a hun-
red aid bare at $1.60 a hundred ou Ihe
an, for three years, as agains
and fn y
J. M. KE
66-16-6m Bellefonte, Pa.
ARMERS—Take notice! I will insure
your crops for six months against
fire and lightning, at the rate of
70 cents a hundred.
67-28-3m J. M. KEICHLINE.
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—Letters testa-
mentary upon the estate of Robert
P. Barnes, late of Spring township,
Pa., having been granted to the under-
signed, all persons knowing themselves in-
debted to said estate are requested to
make prompt payment, and those having
claims against the same must present
them, duly authenticated, for settlement.
W. H. NOLL, Jr., Executor,
Pleasant Gap, Pa.
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COOQL—entire air changed every five minutes—COOL
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5:
JAMOUS (Lefty) FLYNN in “SMILES ARE TRUMP.” An exciting rail-
road drama in which hero evidently has nine lives.
Lots of action—enough
for a serial. Wonderful railroad stuff. See it. Also, Snub Pollard Comedy.
MONDAY, AUGUST 7:
FRED STONE in “DUKE OF CHIMNEY BUTTE.”
star gives a lively western story of ranch life.
Also, Pathe News, Harold Lloyd comedy, and Topics.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 8:
This famous stage
Mixed with romance and
ANITA STEWART in “HER MAD BARGAINS.” A six reel story treating
of a girl brought up in lap of luxury. A niece resents and heroine has
many trials before she triumphs. Also, Screen Snap Shots and Movie Chats.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 AND 10:
AGNES AYRES and JACK HOLT in “BOUGHT AND PAID FOR.”
popular stage play picturized for a second time; well acted. Walter Hiers
provides pleasing comedy relief. The six reels avound with fine acting and
good picture work all through. Also, Sunshine Comedy on Wednesday and
Pathe News and Review Thursday.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11:
ARTHUR BOURCHIER in “THE GREAT DAY,” is a story of an attempt
to steal secrets of famous steel works.
Hero in love with daughter of own-
er and whose wife turns up to blackmail him. Also, episode of “ROBIN-
SON CRUSOE” serial.
Don’t miss “Bought and Paid For” Wednesday and Thursday.
Remember it is always cool in the Scenic.
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