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AGLE SHIRTS are made in the
only factory in the country where
shirts are made under one roof, from the
designing of the pattern to the packing
of the shirt.
Fabrics are patterned, yarns dyed, cloth
is woven and finished, shirts are cut,
stitched, laundered and packed under
close, daily executive supervision. That's
why Eagle Shirts are exclusive, better,
The spring styles are here to prove it.
Featuring this week
MEN'S HALF HOSE
In Black, Brown, Blue and Gray.
Regular 35c value,
MONTGOMERY & CO.,
Bellefonte and State College.
5 Pairs for $1.00.
Jury List for May Court.
Following is the list of jurors
drawn for the May term of court,
which will begin on the third Monday,
LIST OF GRAND JURORS.
Breon, W. Spear, laborer......... Millheim
Bruss, J. Wm., farmer. .c...:... cc... Union
Bilger, Miss Virgie, housekeeper....Spring
Craft, Mrs. Anna, housekeeper. ..Bellefonte
Dale, Grant, farmer, ...cueevosivnrsionss Rush
Evans, Miss Harriet, housekeeper..... Rush
Gardner, Garfield, miner.............. Rush
Gowland, Fred, machinist..... Philipsburg
Gates, Robert, laborer............ Ferguson
Garner, G. A., laborer.............. Benner
Glenn, Jerry, cletk.......... c..... Howard
Holt, John F., inn-keeper....... Unionville
Houser, Frank, farmer.............. Spring
Heaton, Walter, coal operator..Snow Shoe
Hutchinson, Chester, clerk..... Philipsburg
Jackson, G.:B.,;clerk......:.. State College
Kline, Mrs. Mary, clerk......... Bellefonte
Musser, W. E., blacksmith... .State College
Simler, Wm., manufacturer....Philipsburg
Schenck, Oscar L., farmer......... Howard
Steele, Aaron, laborer....... S. Philipsburg
Stott, Peter, mine foreman....Philipsburg
Wasson, J. Frank, farmer.......... College
Wythe, ¥. B., clerke.ve.. vs... Philipsburg
LIST OF TRAVERSE JURORS.
Acker, H. B., lahorer............... Haines
Breon, Wallace, farmer an aera aes Penn
Bottorf, D. H,, farmer............: College
Barrett, Roy, merchant..........+.... Rush
Jitner, Joseph K., gentleman........ Gregg
Bierley, Edward, farmer......ccoss.2. Miles
Cole," "Ralph; “Taborer........c.c.. Bellefonte
Corson, Wm., laborer.......... Philipsburg
Cook, Thomus,. clerk... ...... css Liberty
Corman, John, farmer........v...» Howard
Eberhart, Dan’'l W., gentleman..Bellefonte
Flack, Harry. Inborer............ Jellefonte
Fishburn, C. W., farmer......... Ferguson
Ferguson, Geo. J. foreman....Philipsburg
Fink, Lester, farmer............... Huston
Gleason, Thos., farmer.......... Snow Shoe
Gramley, Mrs. May H., housekeeper. .Gregg
Goodhart, Jas. C., dealer....... Centre Hall
Gearhart, Jas., carpenter Philipsburg
Goss, Joseph, farmer................ Taylor
Harris, Wm. B,, farmer............ Liberty
Hoover, J. A., Inborer............... Spring
Harpster, Ira C., farmer......... Ferguson
Heckman, John C., farmer........... Gregg
Hershey, Andrew J., gentleman.Snow Shoe
Hugg. J. H., agent............. Philipsburg
Homan, Chester E., clerk..... State Cellege
Hubler, Elmer, farmer...........e.... Miles
Harpster, Geo. W., laborer.......... Worth
Harris, Hardman P., undertaker Bellefonte
Kane, James F., laborer........... Howard
Keichline, Chas., merchant
Kline, William, laborer.............
Knoll, Mrs. Frances, housekeeper
Leitzell, I.. H., clerk
Limbert, Elmer, farmer............... Penn
Musser, E. C., gentleman......... Ferguson
Musser, George, farmer.............. Boggs
Meyer, Harry N,, agent.......... Bellefonte
Meyer, 1. A, creamery................ Penn
McDonald, Isaiah, laborer........... Boggs
Rogers, L. E, laborer.............. Walker
Ruhl, David H., merchant..... State College
Rote, Ammon T., laborer............. Penn
Rice, Ambrose J. clerk.......... Ferguson
Reish, John, farmer................. Benner
Runkle, Calvin, carpenter
Stover, Adam, laborer................
Solfco, Frank J., miner.........
Sellers, Edward, instructor...State College
Smeltzer, Albert, retired............. Spring
Shultz, Harry, laborer................ Miles
Schultz, Ira, farmer...........- «ous Miles
Stover, Herbert, printer.............. Miles
VWian, L. H.,, agent.............. Bellefonte
‘Wilson, Walter, laborer.............. Rush
Whiteman, Ira D., farmer........... Potter
‘Walker, Miss Edith, housekeeper
Williams, John Sr., laborer Liberty
Zettle, Jeremiah, carpenter........... Gregg
Trial List for May Court.
Ralph Smith vs. The P. R. R. Co.
Atlantic Fruit Co. vs. Frank Bales-
William Krause vs. John Berger.
George E. Homan vs. John Mec-
Demi & Goss vs. Frank Balestrere
and Jessie Balestrere. Appeal.
George McNeish vs. T. C. Thomp-
Earl H. Gingerich vs. Earl H. Ging-
erich and Rome F. Gingerich, execu-
tors of William Gingerich, deceased.
Rome F. Gingerich vs. Earl H. Gin-
gerich and Rome F. Gingerich, execu-
tors of Henry Gingerich, deceased.
J. Irvin Wagner vs. James Leathers.
L. E. Kidder vs. George M. Raines.
Mary H. Miller vs. J. C. Johnston-
D. 8S. Neidigh and Lydia Neidigh vs.
George C. Meyer and Anna M. Meyer,
trading as State College Commission
William P. Bell Jr. vs. D. R. Wilson.
Samatha Resides vs. Johnson War-
D. R. Foreman vs. Earl H. Ging-
erich and Rome F. Gingerich, execu-
tors of William Henry Gingerich, de-
ceased. Sci Fa Sur judgment.
J. Frank Krumrine vs. Robert Coll.
P. S. Richards vs. Roy Stiver.
Frank A. Carson vs. Cyrus Brun-
Real Estate Transfers.
J. B. Heberling, et ux, to Agnes K.
Gary, tract in State College; $4,750.
Annie M. Winkleblech, et bar, to A.
L. Duck, tract in Gregg township;
William A. Hassinger, et al, to Vi-
ola Bloom, et bar, tract in Spring
Sarah A. Hess to Mary V. Smith,
tract in Ferguson township; $10.
Cora G. Tate, et bar, to Mary K.
McMurtrie, et bar, tract in Spring
Joseph Zindle, et ux, to C. J. Hartle,
tract in Rush township; $1,250.
Paul L. Bennett; et ux, to James A.
Barrett, tract in Boggs township;
Joseph H. Hoy, et ux, to James M.
Corl, et ux, tract in Ferguson town-
Clayton S. Musser, et ux, to George
W. Sharer, tract in Potter township;
C. A. Rachau to Walter F. Fetter-
olf, tract in Gregg township; $500.
Sarah Packer to Spencer Thornton,
tract in Bellefonte; $1,000.
Horace W. Orwig, et ux, to Harry
N. Mingle, tract in State College;
F. N. Frazier, et bar, to Thomas G.
McCausland, et al, tract in State Col-
lege; $1. ?
F. E. V. Frazier, et bar, to Mary
Hollinger, et bar, tract in Philips-
Andrew J. Beehm to Jacob W. Mey-
er, tract in Penn township; $40.
James M. Weaver to Fannie V. Mey-
er, et bar, tract in Haines township;
Fairview Cemetery Association to
Lacon W. Moyer, tract in Millheim;
Emma J. H. Eisenhuth, Admr., to
Thomas Motz, tract in Haines town-
Thomas E. Hosterman’s heirs to W.
E. Hosterman, tract in Haines town-
William F. Bradford, Exr., to Clyde
E. Bradford, tract in Potter township;
Wilson Miller, et ux, to Fred E.
Watkins, et ux, tract in Curtin town-
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. to Harry
Lorrah, tract in Snow Shoe; $190.
Andrew Leitzel, et ux, to John R.
Breon, tract in College township;
Elmira E. Smith to Blanche 8S.
Brown, tract in Potter township;
Harry A. Beck, et ux, to J. Fred
Harvey, tract in State College; $1,000.
Harry Dukeman, sheriff, to Mary E.
Shell, tract in Union township; $2,200.
Clyde A. Smith, et al, to Elmira E.
Smith, tract in Potter township; $1.
Chas. Barry to Mrs. Emma Thom-
as, tract in Patton township; $2,000.
Arthur B. Lee, Admr.,, to Ammon
Rote, tract in Penn township; $28.
John S. Dale, et ux, to Edwin H.
Dale, tract in College township; $20,-
Isabel Brandenstein, et bar, to Mary
& Crosthwaite, tract in State College;
Grant Houser, et ux, to Oak Hall
Lime and Stone Co., tract in College
Polly Williamson to James Wood,
let ux, tract in S. Philipsburg; $60.
Wm. J. King, et ux, to Paul E. King,
tract in Benner township; $500.
Fred J. Brown, et ux, to Brown Re-
alty Co., tract in Philipsburg; $31,-
Moose Home Assn., of Bellefonte,
to W. B. Meyer, tract in Ferguson
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~—Get your job work done here.
Ford Truck Delivery Makes Record.
Sales of 41,681 Ford trucks during
the first quarter setting a new high
record, beat out predictions made ear-
lier that the use of the one-ton truck
in hauling and delivery systems will
be greater this year than ever before.
Not only is the Ford truck rapidly
coming into more general use in the
commercial field, where its dependa-
bility, ease of operation and adapta-
bility to all requirements make it the
most popular, but throughout the agri-
cultural sections of the country it is
fast being adopted by the farmer as
the best means of solving his problem
for quicker and cheaper transporta-
tion of his products from the farm to
March sales of Ford trucks, which
reached the new high mark, of 18,717,
exceeded by more than 1,000 the sales
for the first three months of 1922, to-
talling 17,856 and were 50 per cent.
higher than the sales in February of
We are authorized to announce thai E.
R. Taylor, of Bellefonte, will be a candi-
date for Sheriff of Centre county, subject
to the decision of the Democratic voters
as expressed at the primaries to be held
on Tuesday, September 18th, 1923.
authorized to announce that F.
S. Ocker, of Bellefonte, formerly of Miles
township, will be a candidate for the nom-
ination of Register of Centre county, sub-
ject to the decision of the Democratic vot-
ers as expressed at the primaries on Tues-
day, September 18th, 1923.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
We are authorized to announce that Her-
bert H. Stover, of Miles township, will be a
candidate for County Auditor, subject to
the decision of the Democratic voters as
expressed at the general primaries on Sep-
tember 18th, 1923.
The “Watchman” is authorized to
nounce that Arthur C. Dale Esq., of Belle-
fonte borough, is a candidate for the nom-
ination for District Attorney of Centre
county, subject to the decision of the Ile-
publican voters as expressed at the pri-
maries on Tuesday, September 18th, 1923.
We are. authorized to announce that
Lyman L, Smith, of Centre Hall, will be a
candidate for the nomination for County
Treasurer, subject to the decision of the
Democratic voters at the primaries on
Tuesday, September 1Sth, 1923.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
We are authorized to announce the name
of J. W. Yearick, of Marion township, as
a candidate for County Commissioner, sub-
ject to the decision of the Democratic vot-
ers as expressed at the primaries to be
held Tuesday, September 18th, 1923.
We are authorized to announce that John
S. Spearly, of Benner township, Centre
county, will be a candidate for the nomi-
nation for County Commissioner, subject
to the decision of the Democratic voters as
expressed at the Primaries to be held
Tuesday, September 18th, 1923.
We are authorized to announce the name
of John T. Harnish, of Wingate, Boggs
township, as a candidate for County Com-
missioner, subject to the decision of the
tepublican voters as expressed at the pri-
maries to be held Tuesday, September
Sash Rods, Circular Rods
as low as 1oc.
Sunday May 13th
Eastern Standard Time
Leaves Bellefonte 8.47 a.m. Return-
ing leaves Altoona 7.00 p. m., Tyrone
Pennsylvania R. R. System
The Route of the Broadway Limited 17-3t
ELP WANTED.—Ladies experienced
H in Laundry work.—Apply to Jas.
S. Wilkie, Model Laundry, Water
St., Bellefonte, Pa. 68-15-3t
ANTED.—A reliable woman to help
at “The Last Resort” tea shop.
Also, young girl to help afternoons
Apply at tea shop. 17-1t
OR RENT.—Three furnished rooms for
light house-keeping. Inquire of
FRANK M. RACHAU, Care Amer-
ican R. R. Express Office, Belle-
OR SALE.—1922 Nash roadster. Driv-
en 5000 miles. In A No. 1 condi-
tion. A bargain. Call Bell 16-R3
Centre Hall, in morning or before 3
p. m. 17-1t
OTICE.—My wife having left my bed
and board of her own free will and
without just provocation, notice is
hereby given that I will not be responsible
for any bills contracted by her.
68-17-2t FRANK M. RACHATU, Bellefonte.
OTICE.—Effective May 1, 1923, the
Scotia Branch of the Tyrone Di-
vision, extending from Fairbrook
Station to Scotia Station, approximately 5
miles of track, will be abandoned. By or-
der of the General Manager, Pennsylvania
UBLIC FISHING NOTICE.—Notice is
hereby given that acting under
the provisions of Section 124 of
the Act of July 28, 1917, P. L. 1215 and its
supplements, that part of SPRING CREEK
flowing through the borough of Bellefonte,
Centre county, Pennsylvania, from the
SILK MILL BRIDGE TO THE RAIL-
ROAD TRESTLE AND SPRING, located
in the borough of Bellefonte, Centre coun-
ty, Pennsylvania, is hereby set aside as a
nursery stream and closed to all fishing at
all times of the year until further notice.
(Penalty for violation of the above
- N. R. BULLER,
68-17-3t Commissioner of Fisheries.
Concrete Form Building.
Mr. Wakeland or Mr. Bent,
NEW WESTERN PENITENTIARY,
17-1t ROCKVIEW, PA.
Hundreds of Patterns
in Voiles, Tissues, Ginghams, Ratines
A SHOW OF SUPREMELY
- EVERY ACT A FEATURE
EVERY FEATURE A THRILL!
A PEERLESS PROGRAM
ONE MILE OF
MAGNIFICENT PARADE DAILY
wile DAY OF SHOW.
2 Perlormances—Afternoon & Night
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—Letters testa-
mentary having been granted to
the undersigned upon the estate of
Louisa T. Bush, late of Bellefonte borough,
deceased, all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate are requested to
make prompt payment, and those having
claims against the same must present the
same, duly authenticated, for settlement,
BELLEFONTE TRUST CO.,
Harry Keller, Executors
Are you realizing from your land all
that it can produce? Close utilization and
new uses of forest products and forest land
have revolutionized values. Freight cost
on lumber brought into the State is now
double the price paid for lumber a few
years ago. Scientific methods applied to
forests, protection, manufacture, utiliza-
tion, marketing, transportation rates and
methods, timber estim.ting, damage ap-
praisal, ete., will do for you what it has
done for other industries. It will cost you
nothing to talk this over with an organ-
ization specializing on these subjects. Give
THE FOREST SERVICE CO.,
68-15-4t* Sandy Ridge, Pa.
OYS to sell vanilla after school. Send
for free sample bottle. Wakefield
Extract Co., Sanbornville, N. H.
IRA D. GARMAN
101 South Eleventh St.,
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Laborers for Construction Work
At 40¢. per hour.
Ten hours a day. Good long job.
The Viscose Co.,
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Costs no more than
Is superior to ordinary
Buttermilk because of its
Delicious, Velvety Smooth-
ness, Appetizing, Creamy
Richness, Uniformity, Puri-
ty, Keeping Qualities, Pal-
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Highly recommended by
physicians as a healthful bev-
erage and general conditioner.
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY
Western Maryland Dairy
66-24-tf Bellefonte, Pa.
Caldwell & Son
Plumbing and Heating
By Hot Water
Full Line of Pipe and Fittings
AND MILL SUPPLIES
ALL SIZES OF
Terra Cotta Pipe and Fittings
Estimates Cheerfully and Promptly
W. L. FOSTER, President
Money in the end goes into a bank.
Why don’t you put it there now, in-
stead of letting the next person? The
men you spend all your income with
deposit the money.
But WHY don’t YOU put
some of it
State College, Pennsylvania
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WE ARE GROWING
in an account of YOUR
The First National Bank of State College
DAVID F. KAPP, Cashler.
It comes to us
Cut this eut and save for reference.
at Each Performance
' Phil and Wirth Family—the Most Won-
derful Riding Act the World has Ever
Known. Absolutely the Highest Salaried
Feature Act ever with a Circus.
Only Twin Baby Elephants Ever Exhibited
Hosts of Feature Acts
Monday May 7th
New Line of
Cretonnes, Curtain Goods
Pull Down Shades
SATURDAY, APRIL 28:
BEBE DANIELS in “PINK GODS,” a seven reel story of a woman's strug-
gle with lure for diamonds that has led many women on downward path.
It is a good story, well depicted, and will please. Also, Snub Pollard Com-
MONDAY, APRIL 30:
JOHNNY WALKER in “IN THE NAME OF THE LAW,” six reels that
Man accused of robbing a bank defend-
ed by older brother and finally real culprit confesses and commits suicide.
appeal to all who love melodrama.
Also, 2 reel Comedy.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 AND 2 (Matinee):
D. W. Griffiths “ONE EXCITING NIGHT,” a ten reel latest of this prince
of filmdom. Not heavy or spectacular but goes into entertainment for the
audience in a way of love, laughter, mystery, thrills and *hrills.
satchel containing half million lies buried in.a flour barrel for some time.
The climax scene, a great tempest, wonderful in its effects.
It is good, be sur2 to see it.
THURSDAY, MAY 3:
MADGE BELLAMY in “LORNA DOONE,” assisted by John Bowers.
excellent photographic feat with a romantic story of an English maiden
reared in imprisonment by a bandit.
Also, 2 reel Sunshine Comedy.
FRIDAY, MAY 4:
A sure fire please.
Many thrilling episodes, A pleas-
GLADYS WALTON in “THE LOVE LETTERS,” is a peppy comedy dra-
ma, rich in types and one of this star's best.
overall brought a husband and saved a life.
A letter in a pocket of an
Also, the second episode of
that wild west thriller, Art Acord in “THE OREGON TRAIL.”
SATURDAY, APRIL 28:
TOM MIX in “CATCH MY SMOKE.”
that will please all.
SATURDAY, MAY 5:
“THE OLD HOMESTEAD,” ever good and worthwhile,
kids in “WISE BIRDS.”
Enuf sed. It is a dandy Mix story
Also, the Lee
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