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Jury List for September Court.
The names of five women appear on
the grand jury and six on the traverse
jury drawn for the September term of
court which will convene on the fourth
Monday, September 25th. The com-
plete list is as follows:
LIST OF GRAND JURORS.
Barlett, Mildred housekeeper....... Spring
Bullock, Forrest, blacksmith. ...Bellefonte
Boyer, Linn, laborer............... Huston
Croyl, Frank, blacksmith...... Philipsburg
Cobb, Myron M., clerk.......... Bellefonte
Daley, Frank A. farmer............ Curtin
Essington, C. K., laborer........ Milesburg
Evans, Miss Irene, housekeeper...... Gregg
Fishburn, Thomas, laborer...State College
Gilliland, Mrs. Rosanna, housekeeper
Harm, O. J., coal operator Snow Shoe Boro
Houser, Jacob D., farmer.......... Haines
Justice, Miss Mary, housekeeper....Spring
Kline, Henry, merchant......... Bellefonte
Kuhus, R. C,, miner......c.ceevve. Liberty
Keeler, Roy, merchant......coo0eee. Spring
Kissling, W. G., yardmaster
Snow Shoe Boro
Lester, Wm., laborer....... S. Philipsburg
Rossman, Clara J., clerk............ Gregg
Rogers, H. G., farmer.............. Walker
Spittler, David, miner................ Rush
Stevenson, G. F., farmer............ Patton
Tice, William A., farmer............ Union
Williams, Frank, carpenter......... College
LIST OF TRAVERSE JURORS.
Auman, Thomas, teacher......... Milesburg
Breon, Calvin, laborer............... Spring
Batchler, Sim, farmer..........ccocee. Rush
Bradford, L. J., professor....State College
Bierley, Charles H., farmer.......... Miles
Clark, J. Harris, laborer........... Liberty
Clifford, Jesse, barber......... Philipsburg
Casher, J. H., baker...... Snow Shoe Boro
Durst, Edward, laborer........ Centre Hall
Dubbs, John E., merchant....... Bellefonte
Eckenroth, Wm, farmer............ Spring
Evey, Miss Pearl, stenographer. . Bellefonte
Feidler, Lester F., farmer........... Haines
Frantz, Nathan, laborer..... S. Philipsburg
Gingher, R. A., laborer............. Boggs
Garis, John, MASON. ....eevsseess ....Spring
Gray, Mrs. Anna L., housekeeper. ..Curtin
Harper, John H., machinist. ..Philipsburg
Hassinger, Charles, laborer...... Bellefonte
Houser, Wm., machinist....... Philipsburg
Haines, Lloyd, laborer............ Howard
Homan, Samuel A, farmer....... Ferguson
Harter, Raymond J., laborer...... Howard
Ishler, John, butcher............... Harris
Jones, Edward C., merchant........ Spring
Koshko, Mike, clerK............ Snow Shoe
Krise, Perry, laborer............... Spring
Kline, C. E., laborer.......... State College
Lyon, Jacob, buteher..ccceeesess Bellefonte
Lingle, David 8., laborer............ Potter
Laird, Elmer, mason......c.cccccccees Rush
Morrison, Geo. B., agent...... Philipsburg
McCormick, Mrs. George, housekeeper
MecGirk, Miss Anna, housekeeper
McCauiley, G. C., laborer.......... Howard
Neff, Mrs. Margaret, housekeeper. ..Potter
Noll, W. E.,, merchant.............. Spring
Pearce, D. T., milk dealer....State College
Puchalla, s MINeP.ciesnsses. Snow Shoe
Pressler, Joseph B., carpenter...Milesburg
Patterson, John, grocer............ Harris
Poorman, W. M,, farmer............ Patton
Robb, John M., farmer............. Howard
Rine, James, laborer............ Bellefonte
Ralston, Wm. E., farmer......... Ferguson
Rossman, Michael F., farmer....... Potter
Redding, Lawrence, foreman...Snow Shoe
Robinson, Mrs. Katherine, Tiousekeeper
Steele, George W., farmer.......... Huston
Stine, John, merchant........... Bellefonte
Smith, Robert I., laborer.......... Spring
Twigg, Samuel E., merchant......... Rush
Witmer, W. W., gentleman...... Bellefonte
Weaver, Z. A., buttermaker........... Penn
Wagner, Curt, miller............. Bellefonte
Woodring, Wesley G., butcher. Philipsburg
Woodring, ——, farmer.............. Worth
White, J. W., professor...... State College
Young, William, laborer............ Harris
Yocum, L. H., mechanic............ Walker
O’Leary—On July 2, to Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel O'Leary, of Bellefonte,
two boys, Paul and Lawrence.
Mackey—On July 3, to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank J. Mackey, of Axe Mann, a
daughter, Alice Naomi.
Bolden—On July 8, to Mr. and Mrs.
Vincent Bolden, of Bellefonte, a
Zerby—On July 9, to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel P. Zerby, of Bellefonte, a son,
Smith—On July 10, to Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Smith, of Bellefonte, a
daughter, Beulah Eva.
Schultz—On July 20, to Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Schultz, of Bellefonte, a
son, James Samuel.
Hess—On July 27, to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel McW. Hess, of State College,
a daughter, Phylis Emeline.
Derstine—On July 26, to Mr. and
Mrs. John B. Derstine, of Bellefonte,
a son, Harry Vincent.
Lutz—On July 31, to Mr. and Mrs.
Clark E. Lutz, of Zion, a son, James
Gummo—On July 17, to Mr. and
Mrs. Bond Gummo, of Pleasant Gap,
a son, Ronald Corman.
Rider—On August 19, to Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben S. Rider, of Benner
township, a daughter. Lorena May.
Sampsel—On August 7, to Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd A. Sampsel,
township, a daughter, Lois.
Bowmaster—On August 9, to Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde D. Bowmaster, of
Spring township, a daughter, Mabel
Martin—On August 13, to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Clay Martin, of Belle-
fonte, a daughter, Mary Jane.
Aley—On August 3, to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Aley, of Nittany, a daugh-
ter, Betty L.
Fike—On August 5, to Mr. and Mrs.
William G. Fike, of Pleasant Gap, a
son, Dewey C.
Thomas—On August 4, to Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Thomas, of Spring
township, a son, Samuel John.
The D. K. Keller family is enjoying
a few days outing in their car.
Among the out of town visitors are
of Spring |.
Miss Elizabeth Boozer is enjoying
her vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. A. Boozer.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Smith, of
Pittsburgh, are spending some time at
the home of their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Brungart are
entertaining their two daughters, Mrs.
Getschell and Mrs. Kieffer.
One of our crochet circles, the Clo-
ver Club, enjoyed a picnic at Hairy
John’s on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burris and
daughter Mary Catherine visited Mr.
Burris’ mother several days last week.
Miss Ethel Rowe is the happy own-
er of a new Ford coupe, which she us-
es to travel to and from Millheim
Dr. Stubbs and wife, of Lancaster,
spent a short time in Centre Hall on
Saturday, on their auto tour covering
a number of counties in the State.
Rev. M. C. Drumm, accompanied by
Dr. Yearick, went to the Bellefonte
hospital on Monday, where he sub-
mitted to an operation on his tonsils.
On Saturday afternoon Milton
Bradford was unfortunate enough to
get in the way of Mrs. Savilla Fore-
man’s car and was knocked down and
dragged quite a distance. No bones
i broken, but he was badly bruis-
Miss Tillie Keller, our efficient as-
sistant postmistress, left for a week’s
auto trip with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Kramer, of State College. They were
going direct to Bath, Northumberland
county, and from there to Atlantic
City, Philadelphia and other points of
Over a hundred people gathered at
Grange Park on Saturday as repre-
sentatives of the Lohr family. Among
those from a distance were J. H. Lohr
and wife, of Rutledge, and son, Wil-
liam S. Lohr and wife and two daugh-
ters, Dorothy and Audrey, of Easton.
They remained until Thursday, visit-
ing with friends.
ANTED.—Man with car to sell best
low-priced Cord Tires made. $100.00
per week and expenses, Graham
Tire Co., 3765 Pipestone, Benton Harbor,
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. W. MARKS, Sec’y.
Box 116, Philipsburg, Pa. 67-31-4t
Dr. Louis Dammers
Philadelphia Eyesight Specialist
ONE DAY ONLY
Mrs. John Baney’s Residence
Thurs., Aug. 31st 1922
Office Hours 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Centre Hall Hotel Parlors
¥ri., Sept. 1st, 1922
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Garman Hotel Parlors
Sat., Sept. 2nd, 1922
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 12 m.
MY SPECIAL OFFER
I offer you a perfect fitting pair
of glasses, including my scientific
eye examination, special ground
lenses, latest style shell eye glasses
or spectacles and an elegant case at
the special low price of
This Visit Only
Twenty-five styles to select from. Latest
styles in Shell Eyeglasses and Spectacles.
Dr. Louis Dammers
1017 Walnut St. PHILA, PA.
RICHARD HUDNUT +
. THREE FLOWERS TWIN COMPACT
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POWDER IN FIVE TIMES
QUANTITY OF ROUGE
Church Services Next Sunday.
ST. JOHN'S REFORMED OHURCH.
Services next Sunday morning at
10:45. Sermon, “Saving or Losing
Life.” Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
No evening service.
Ambrose M. Schmidt, D. D., Minister.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Dr. John M. Thomas, president of
The Pennsylvania State College, will .
preach at the regular hours, morning
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY.
Christian Science Society, Furst
building, High 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.
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 Sarah
Detwiler, late of Gregg township,
Centre county, Penna., deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned, 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-
Caldwell & Son
Plumbing ana Heating
By Hot Water
ALL SIZES OF
Full Line of Pipe and Fittings
AND MILL SUPPLIES
Terra Cotta Pipe and Fittings
Estimates Cheerfully and Promptly
The Mott Drug Co.
Bruce Rowe and Sumner Packer.
Carl Auman is spending a few days
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor |
eal Attention Given to Mail Orders
cated, for settlement.
Gettig & Bower,
PERRY DETWILER, Executor,
Spring Mills, Pa.
Farm for Sale or Rent
Fish, Oysters and Poultry.
Will have a full line of Fish, Oysters
Sanitary Fish and Oyster Market,
In Ferguson township,
now occupied by
of April, 1923.
Poultry, September 1st.
W. G. Gardner, as ten-
Possession will be given the first day
J. M. KEICHLINE, Bellefonte.
Have Your Diamonds Reset in Platinum
64-34tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY
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IRA D. GARMAN
101 South Eleventh St.,
THIS IS THE TIME TO
Fatten Your Hogs
There is nothing
than Fresh Skim-
Our Price only 25c¢.
per 10 Gallon Can
Western Maryland Dairy
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National Accounting Company
Owned, Bonded and Controlled by National Surety Company
- Federal and State Tax Service
Audits, Cost and Accounting Systems - -
Local Office, Room 7, 32
West Fourth Street,
Bell Phone 1547
Of thefPatrons of Husbandry of Central Pennsylvania
Grange Park, Centre Hall, Pa.
Sept. 2nd to
Encampment opens Sept. 2nd
Exhibition opens Sept. 4th
The largest and best fair in Central Pennsylvania; by
farmers and for farmers. Twenty-eight acres are devoted to
camping and exhibition purposes.
A large display of Farm Stock and Poultry, Farm Imple-
ments, Fruits, Cereals, and every product of farm and gar-
Admission for Entire Week, 50c
(All under 18 years of age admitted free.)
Fifty cents will be charged for parking automobiles.
Excursion rates on railroads wit
SPECIAL TRAINS WILL BE RUN ON THURSDAY
JACOB SHARER, Chairman.
hin 75 miles.
H: that Diamond mounted in the
new style White
Gold Ring that
is so popular and is here to stay
Different styles on hand for your in-
from $8.00 to $25.00
F. P. Blair
This style mounting makes
the stone look twice the size.
Jewelers and Optometrists
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 te 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,
THE COOL PLACE
RANKLIN ROADSTER FOR SALE.—
9 Passenger Franklin Roadster, im
good condition, will be sold cheap.
Inquire of G. M. GAMBLE, west Linn St.,
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
and ghtning. :
pi Bellefonte, Pa.
COME AND SEE
Cut this eut and save for referemce.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26:
Snub Pollard Comedy.
MONDAY, AUGUST 28:
Topics and Lloyd Comedy.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29:
block.” Support of King Baggott,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30:
man using his wife to
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31:
satisfying picture. Six reels.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1:
TOM MIX in “UP AND GOING,” with Eva Novak and Carol Holloway, is
another live picture with realistic fights and good picture work. Also,
FRED STONE in “BILLY JIM,” a story of cow-boy snubbed by society
girl he loves, wins her admiration by saving father’s mining claim. West-
ern story with rope throwing tricks.
Some fine scenery. Also, Pathe News,
Mr AND Mrs. CARTER DeHAVEN in “THE GIRL IN THE TAXI” an
amusing farce comedy story of a good boy at home but “a chip of the old
Grace Cunard and Otis Harlan adds to
it. Also, Screen Snap Shets and Comedy.
GLORIA SWANSON in “HER HUSBAND'S TRADEMARK,” a story of
further his business schemes loses her to another
and meets his own death. ‘This beautiful acting star makes a very good
showing that will please her admirers.
EUGENE O'BRIEN in “JOHN SMITH,” by Select Pictures. The second
film in which Jack Montgomery appears.
Story of hero serves prison term for crime he did not commit. A
Also, Pathe News and Review.
The best picture O’Brien has
his geniality, but by the trick donkey already becoming famous. Also,
HOOT GIBSON in “TRIMMED,” by the Universal, is another one of the
western melodramas by this excellent actor that will please, not only by
tenth episode of the “ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE.”
Watch for Paramount week next week. It is always cool at the Scenic.
the larger ones.
An account with this Bank is a
VALUED account, whether it be large
Small depositors receive the same
consideration and care that we give
We regard every depositor as a
member of our big family—and we
try in every way to give to each mem-
ber of this family the best service
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