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BY THE FABRIC NAME
shirt-long center-plait, the six buttons.
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by repeating the Eagle fabric name in the label.
- STATE COLLEGE
IN THE LABEL
Interesting Items of Bellefonte Y.
The Y. M. C. A. junior group con-
tests for boys from 10 to 13 years has
been organized with some forty mem-
bers. These have been divided into
four groups named for universities,
as Penn, captained by Alan Katz;
State, by Mallory Knisely; Harvard,
by Norris Larimer, and Yale, by Don-
ald Conrad. These teams will have
contests twice a week for eight weeks,
at the close of each physical educa-
tional class period, in such sports as
relay races, basket ball, baseball, vol-
ley ball, high and low jumping. The
standing of the teams to date is as
follows: Penn, 15 points; Yale, 10;
State, 10; Harvard, 5.
The Y basket ball team has begun a
ANTED.—Laborers for Construe-
tion work at 40c. per hour, ten
hours per day. Good long job.
THE VISCOSE COMPANY, Lewistown,
ANTED.—Twenty more ladies in our
W factory. Easy, sitting work. Short
days. Good wages.
per week up, while learning
o1. 43-3t* BELLEFONTE SHIRT CO.
XECUTOR’'S NOTICE.—Estate of Wil-
E liam M. Allison, late of the town-
ship of Gregg, in the County of
Centre and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
Letters testamentary in the above es-
tate having been issued to the undersign-
ed by the Register of Wills in and for the
said County of Centre, all persons having
claims or demands against the estate of
the said decedent are requested to make
known the same and all persons indebted
to the said decedent are requested to make
payment thereof without delay, to
ANNA MABEL ALLISON,
HARRY M. ALLISON,
67-39-6t Spring Mills, Pa.
Dr. Louis Dammers
Philadelphia Eyesight Specialist
ONE DAY ONLY
Mrs. John Baney’s Residence
Thurs., Nov. 9th 1922
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Centre Hall Hotel Parlors
Fri., Nov. 10th, 1922
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Garman Hotel Parlors
Tues., Sept. 19th, 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
season of hard training under director
Mentzer. The squad includes Clem-
son, Thompson, Herman, Kline, Ly-
ons, McClure and Noll, all old players
and most of whom were captains on
college and school teams. Efforts are
now being made to arrange a schedule
which will include games with teams
in the leading towns in the central
part of the State. Junior and student
teams have also begun practice and
basket ball promises to be the lead-
ing winter sport.
The bowling committee is busy lin-
ing up the different teams for the
bowling league. The alleys have been
entirely overhauled by experts at an
expense of over $400, and are now in
good shape. The schedule of league
games will be made up next week and
the season will open on or about No-
Made to Order Only
Solid gold, 14k white gold top, genuine
“+ Hope ruby Gent’s Ring, with any initial
or letter or Lodge emblem for
A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS GIFT
Get Your Requisition in Early
F. P. Blair & Son,
Jewelers and Optometrists
Note- This will be the only performance of Grand Opera here this season
Prices: Lower Floor 1.50. Best
1017 Walnut St. PHILA, PA.
Mail Orders Now
Seats $2.00. Balcony $1.00 and $1.50
MzTROPOLITAN OPERATIC Assoc.
Verdir Beautiful Opera
Seats Now Selling
——Subscribe for the “Watchman.”
OR SALE.—A desirable home in Unjon-
ville, residence of the late Dr. E. A.
Russell. For terms call on or ad-
dress M. ALICE W. GRIEST, Fleming
Postoffice, Pa. 67-37-tf
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—Letters tes-
tamentary on the estate of L. Olin
Meek, late of Bellefonte borough,
deceased, having been granted to the un-
dersigned, 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.
GEORGE R. MEEK, Bellefonte,
W. 8S. GLENN, State College,
R. H. MEEK, Avis,
IRA D. GARMAN
101 South Eleventh St.,
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This justly celebrated Utensil has been tested and approv-
ed by the Good Housekeeping Institute and in more than
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Our China Department is thoroughly up to date. You
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The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.
Every month nearly 700 telephone bills
are rendered from the Accounting Depart-
ment of the Bell Telephone Company to
Within the memory Of persons still living
the word “accounting” brought up a picture
of a man on a high stool writing with a quill
pen and using sand instead of blotting paper.
But the telephone belongs to a newer era, and tele-
phone accounting is as modern and as accurate as is
The men and women who do the accounting work
are careful and take every precaution to avoid mis-
For they know that errors sometimes cause misunder-
When mistakes do occur—and they are bound to
occur once in a while—every effort is made to ad-
just them. ray
To adjust them courteously.
For in the accounting, as in every branch of the tele-
phone organization, the Bell people work with the
idea constantly before them that courtesy pays. 4
: THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
OF PENN SYLVAN IA.
C. W. HEILHECKER