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PINE GROVE MENTION.
Mrs. Dosler, of Altoona, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Fred Gearhart.
Samuel Hess Tate and wife spent
Sunday at the J. F. Meyers home.
‘Mrs. Amelia Dreese, of Adamsburg,
visited friends in this section last
Miss Edna Burchfield, of Philips-
burg, is visiting her friend, Mrs. Geo.
Mrs. Alice McGoffin, of Boalsburg,
is visiting at the home of her brother,
Dr. G. H. Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown, of Yea-
gertown, were week-end guests at the
J F. Kimport home.
By actual count 1020 cars passed
through our town from 8 o'clock a. m.
to 7 p. m. on Sunday.
After six weeks’ vacation Rev.
Kirkpatrick will fill his regular ap-
pointments on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson, of
Madisonburg, were callers at the W.
E. Johnson home on Sunday
Mrs. Minnie Wagner and daughter
Susie, of Oak Hall, spent the Sabbath
at the Mrs. Sue Peters home.
Mrs. Bella Fink and Mrs. Robb, of
Altoona, were callers on old friends
here the latter part of the week.
A social dance at the J. F. Saucer-
man home at Baileyville, last Friday
night, proved a delightful occasion.
Prof. A. L Bowersox, wife and two
children, Grace and Paul, spent Sun-
day at the C M. Dale home on the
A little daughter arrived in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Rudy,
last week, making a family of five
boys and five girls.
The single men won the ball game
last Saturday by the score of 7 to 3.
Our champions will play Baileyville
at Pine Hall tomorrow.
Misses Lizzie McDowell and Mar-
jorie Frizzel, of State College, spent
the latter end of the week at the C. M.
Dale home on the Branch.
Miss Minnie Collins, of Philadel-
phia, and Harry Collins and wife, of
Pitcairn, are being entertained at the
Collins parental home on Main street.
After touring the far west for two
months, with stops at the Yelowstone
Park and many well known cities, C.
M. Fry expects to reach Altoona to-
Mrs. Sadie Krebs, of State College,
entertained a number of friends at a
chicken dinner last Friday, Miss Ma-
bel Goss, of Tyrone, being the guest
Bear in mind the picnic to be held
at Pine Hall tomorrow by the Reform-
ed Sunday school. The Citizens band
will furnish the music and everybody
Prof. Eugene K. Dewitt, who spent
four years among the Near East suf-
ferers, will speak at Meek’s church on
Sunday morning and the Methodist
church here in the evening.
J. C. Bailey and family, Sinie Cra-
mer and wife and Fred Williams and
family composed a Tyrone motor par-
ty that spent a few hours here on Sun-
day on their homeward trip from a
week’s tour of the State.: : .
John Auman and family, of Centr
Hall, were entertained at the Squire
Auman home on Sunday. John has
resigned his job in the flour mill at
Centre Hall effective September 1st,
to accept a good position in Philadel-
Having served out his two years’
enlistment in the U. S. marines Cor-
poral Walter M. Johnson was dis-
charged on August 2nd and returned
to his home here. After a nice visit
he will go to Philadelphia where a
good job awaits him.
Rev. S. C. Stover told his congrega-
tion on Sunday that he will not take
his vacation this year in August, as
has been his custom, but wait until
next winter and if Old Boreas block-
ed the roads as last winter he would
take his vacation then.
Qur old friend, Col. John R. Lem-
on, is seriously ill as the result of a
stroke of paralysis, suffered while at
work in his garden at his home at
Gatesburg on Monday afternoon. He
is a Civil war veteran and his many
friends hope he will recover.
Word has been received here of the
death of Mrs. Jesse Pifer, which oc-
curred in a sanitorium at Williams-
burg on Tuesday. The Pifers at une
time lived here and will be remember-
ed by many people. Burial was made
at Alexandria yesterday afternoon.
Landis Fleming, of Kentucky, with
his son, who lives at Parkersburg,
West Virginia, made their first visit
here in eighteen years and were en-
tertained last Tuesday at the W. B.
Ward home. They were accompanied
by William Fleming, of Alexandria.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Louck and son Charles went out for
an automobile ride, the latter doing
the driving. Near Centre Furnace the
steering gear stuck and the car crash-
ed into a telephone pole. Mr. Louck
escaped with a cut on the lip, but
Mrs. Louck was badly bruised and
shaken up. The son escaped without
An old fashioned barn raising was
held on the Samuel Hess farm on the
Branch on Monday. The structure is
an addition of 38x50 feet to his old
barn and so complete had the timbers
been framed by contractor Breon, of
Bellefonte, that there was not a hitch
in the raising. When the job was
completed a big supper was served by
the ladies present.
During an electric storm that pass-
ed over the western end of the coun-
ty last week lightning struck one of
the virgin oak trees standing near
the barn on the old John Porter Ly-
on farm, shattering it from the top to
the ground. Carpenters were engag-
ed in making repairs to the barn and
the stroke knocked the hatchet out of
Ben Everhart’s hands and shocked
John Quinn and B. Fisher, but not
Dr. Robert Milliken Goheen and
wife, who spent the past year among
friends at Wooster, Ohio, visited
friends in this section last week and
on Friday were given a farewell Jin-
ner at the old Goheen and McWilliams
home at Rock Spring. The dinner was:
served under the towering oaks on
the lawn and many old-time friends
called to bid them Godspeed. They
left on Saturday to motor to New
York from where they will sail for
their mission post in India.
The reception tendered Rev. Eng-
lish and family in the lecture room of
St. Luke’s Lutheran church, on Tues-
day evening, proved a most delight-
ful social event. Dr. R. M. Krebs pre-
sided and Rev. H. N. Walker led the
devotional services. The first speak-
er was Rev S. C. Stover, who stated
that preachers come and preachers go,
but Stover stayed and hoped to be a
co-worker for the good of the com-
munity. He complimented the con-
gregation on the way they had beauti-
fied the church as well as remodeled
the parsonage. Rev. Kirkpatrick also
extend: | greetings and words of good
cheer to the new pastor. In response
Rev. English expressed his gratifica-
tion at the hearty reception accorded
him and declared that he would do
everything in his power to merit the
good will of the people in this com-
munity. Of course refreshments
were served in lavish abundance. The
Lutheran congregation was organized
here in 1831, just ninety-one years
ago, and Rev. English is the eight-
eenth minister on the charge. The
first was Rev. Schmidt, who organized
the church, then in order Rev. Moser,
Rev. Fletcher, Rev. Knepper, Rev.
Sell, Rev. Warner, Rev. Koser, Rev.
Erhard, Rev. Smith, Rev. Stearns,
Rev. Long, Rev. Aikens, Rev. Shultz,
Rev. Bergstresser, Rev. Spangler,
Rev. Flick, Rev. Lutton and now Rev.
——_Work on the first three of
abcut fifty connected dormitory units
has been started at The Pennsylvania
State College. Eventually there will
be rooms for 1000 men and for as
many women in two large quadran-
gles. The college $2,000,000 building
fund campaign this fall will provide
for some of these buildings.
—Get your job work done here.
F of the annual statement of the
School District of Bellefonte Bor-
ough for tL year ending July 3rd, 1922:
Assessed Valuation............. $ 1739901.00
Per Capita TaX.....ooeeeeeeseee 6070.00
Jor School Purposes, 18 miils.. 31318.22
For Sinking Fund and Interest
8 millN..... cesses renin 5219.70
Total Amount of Taxes......... $ 42607.92
Account of Charles F. Cook, Treasurer:
2) saver ers save nen ey 830.36
To Amount Received from J. K.
Johnston, Collector (Gener-
al Property Tax)........... 33520.48
Tuition non-resident pupils.... 7498.40
Woodruff Appropriation........ 3982.50
High School Appropriation..... 540.00
State Appropriation .y 2112.50
Vocational Appropriation....... 1648.53
Manual Training......ceeeeeeee 225.84
Sale of Books, BEtc......cccnuees 236.32
Tax LiensS...cceveeesecccesennes 24.12
Amt. Received on Notes........ 17500.00
Total Receipts.......coceveenees $ 68118.85
Expense of Administration: —
Genaral Control.....$1431.42 3
Educational ........ 813.69 o
Compulsory Ed..... 14.52—8% 2259.63
Expense of Instruction......... 37564.43
Expense of Operation.......... 5980.45
Expense of Maintenance........ 1366.87
Expense of Fixed Charges..... 1163.93
Expense of Debt Service....... 16808.75
Expense of Capital Outlay...... 2568.22
Expense of Auxiliary Agencies. 19.48
Total Expenditures.............$ 67731.76
By Bal. in Centre County
Bank ..c.covsnseses 104.87
By Bal in Bellefonte
Trust Co........-...282.20— 387.09
SINKING FUND ACCOUNT.
To Amt in Treasurer's hands
July 4th, 1921......cc000000. $ 15971.02
Received from J. K. Johnston,
Collector. +ouvcererrsrrsenvene 5061.81
Received as Interest............ 729.50
Total ReceiptS..............$ 2176233
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. 18316.64 |-
Total .veennnenreeincnnnns $ 21762.33
BALANCE SHEET OF SCHOOL DIST.
Amt in Banks July 3rd, 1922...% 387.09
Amt, Due on Duplicates........ 7761.27
Amt. Due from Tuition........ 264.60
Amt. Due from Tax Liems..... 2764.54
Amt in Sinking Fund.......... 18316.64
Amt. Due on State Appro-
priations .....c.oeei0000ieen 7223.33
Total iia. secoereenrinsinscns $ 3871747
01d Bonded Debt...............$ 10000.00
New Bonded Debt.............. 65000.00
Outstanding Notes.............. 25000.00
Amt. Due Prof. A. H. Sloop
(Petty Cash Account)...... 2.61
Total Liabilities. 100002.61
Total Assets..... 717.47
Net IndebtednesS.....cceeeee. $ 61285.24
D. A. BARLETT,
C. L. GATES
M. T. EISENHAUER,
July 28th, 1922.
RICHARD HUDNUT 3
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Special Attention Given to Mail Orders
——Subsecribe 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
101 South Eleventh St.,
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64-34tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY
Daily Motor Express
Bellefonte and State College
We Make a Specialty of Moving
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Anthracite Coal at Retall.
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A. L. PETERS
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SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY
Western Maryland Dairy
66-24-tf Bellefonte, Pa.
BuIA AIPA AA ASA AAPA SAS
OST.—Small silver cross, with the
name “Iona” stamped on back.
Small rewaré will be paid on re-
turn to this office. 31-1t
RANKLIN ROADSTER FOR SALE.—
2 Passenger Franklin Roadster, in
good condition, will be sold cheap.
Inquire of G. M. GAMBLE, west Linn St.,
OR SALE.—Owing to the reseating of
the School House in Philipsburg
borough, the Directors have on
hand a limited number of iron school
desks, which will be sold at a reasonable
price. Apply to A. vy. MARKS, Sec’y.
Box 116, Philipsburg, Pa. 67-31-4t
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
GETIG & BOWER,
67-29-3t Solicitors. !
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 against fire
J. M. KEICHLINE,
66-16-6m Bellefonte. Pa.
Dr. Loyis Dammers
ONE DAY ONLY
. Garman Hotel Parlors
Monday, Aug. 14th, 1922
Office Hours 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
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
$2, $3, $5 COMPLETE.
Regular Prices, $5, $8, $10, $12.
Twenty-five styles to select from. Latest
styles in Shell Eyeglasses and Spectacles.
Eye Examination Without Charge
Drs. Dammers & Sigler
11263 Eleventh Avenue
National Accounting Company
Owned, Bonded and Controlled by National Surety Company
Audits, Cost and Accounting Systems -
Federal and State Tax Service
82 West Fourth Street,
Bell Phone 1547
is so popular
H".: that Diamond mounted in the
. new style White Gold Ring that
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,
Jewelers and Optometrists
and is here to stay
OTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. —
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. BE. FENLON,
ARMERS—Take notice! I will insure
F 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-
E 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,
67-27-6t* Pleasant Gap, Pa.
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 12:
DUSTIN FARNUM in “STRANGE IDOLS,” a story of rich lumberman who
marries dancer and she leaves him when she longs for Broadway, but after
many years glad to return. Also, Snub Pollard Comedy.
MONDAY, AUGUST 14:
CLAIR ADAMS in “HEART'S HAVEN,” a delightful melodrama that treats
of miraculous cures and romance by means of religious belief, from the
novel by Clara Louise Burnham. Root McKim and Frankie Lee do good
work. Also, Pathe News and Lloyd Comedy.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15:
BARBARA CASTLETON in “SHAMS OF SOCIETY,” a six reel domestic
drama for maintenance of the home.
Heroine finds herself involved in a
crime and encourages a scoundrel and finally loves him. Also, Screen Snap
Shots and Movie Chats.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16:
JEWEL CARMEN in “NOBODY,” a story founded on the presumed plot
of the Elwell murder.
Some thrilling complications with husband of wom-
an telling story to a member of the jury. A tense melodrama that will
keep your interest.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17:
Also, Sunshine Comedy.
DORIS MAY in “GAY AND DEVILISH,” is a complete comedy with many
sents but loves the nephew.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18:
Uncle wants ward to marry rich old man.
Interesting and amusing. Also, Pathe News.
FRANK MAYO, in “OUT OF THE SILENT NORTH,” is a pleasing north-
ern picture with attractive scenery. An interesting romance of a French
Barbara Bedford and Lionel Belmore make good.
Also, another episode of “ROBINSON CRUSOE” serial.
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