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Jury List for February Court.
Jury commissioners John D. Decker
and Joseph A. Emerick last week
completed their task of filling the ju-
ry wheel for the year 1924, and on
Friday drew the jury for the Febru-
ary term of court, which will convene
on the fourth Monday. One woman
was drawn on the grand jury and six
for traverse jurors. The complete
list is as follows:
LIST OF GRAND JURORS.
Beatty, Mrs. Helen O., housekeeper
Crain, H. M., section bosS......... .. Worth
Ertley, George, farmer.............. Marion
Frankenberger, H. C., farmer...... ..Penn
Fenlon, H. E., insurance agent Bellefonte
Fye, Clayton, farmer.........c..... Curtin
Goheen, Wm. M., gentleman........ Harris
Getz, John, tinner...........v.. 000. College
Hazel, J. D., elerfK.....ccoensvinrreves Miles
Hosterman, W. R., mechanic State College
Hampton, Stewart, laborer...... Bellefonté
Hauck, J. B, farmer............... Taylor
Johnson, C. O., mechanic........ Bellefonte
Mauck, Edward, merchant........ Millheim
Miller, G. B., clerk, .cc.ccvcenvnee Millheim
Noll, J. Elmer, miller.......... Centre Hall
Orndorf, L.. D.,, merchant........... Haines
Oswalt, James, operator......... Milesburg
Peters, Wm., mine Supt....... Philipsburg
Raybould, David, laborer............ Rush
Sharer, S. E, farmer.........0000s. Harris
Walters, John W., laborer..... Philipsburg
Weaver, Wm. E., farmer........... Haines
Yarnell, Geo. H., laborer........... Walker
LIST OF TRAVERSE JURORS.
Auman, N. A,, merchant.......... Millheim
Bange, C. C., clerk Philipsburg
Bragonier, Ray, lumberman...Philipsburg
Buck, Mrs. Mary C., housekeeper
Barges, C. W., laborer........ Philipsburg
Benner, Clarence, farmer........... College
Brown, T. Clayton, manager....Bellefonte
Boalick, Garfield, painter...... Philipsburg
Boyer, H. R., laborer......... State College
Brandt, Albert, laborer.............. Rush
Bubb, Charles, farmer............. College
Brown, Wm. H.,....c..c.a0ivesivan Bellefonte
Chick, Samuel, laborer.............. Spring
Casher, Frank, drayman.......... ,.. Rush
Daughenbaugh, Jos., laborer Howard Boro
Dormick, Joe, merchant.............. Rush
Emenhizer, Geo., gentleman......... Spring
Bvey, Jared, farmer..............s.. Spring
Fultz, W. 1., carpenter............. Spring
Fetzer, O. M,, farmer.......... 0... Curtin
Fisher, Harry, farmer. ®......... Halfmoon
Fox, C. M., 1aborer...... i... Howard Boro
Flick, Mrs. Margaret, housekeeper Union
Frank, A. A., merchant.......... Millheim
Florey, Wm., carpenter............. Spring
Fauble, Ad, merchant........... Jellefonte
Fetteroff, Burton, farmer........... Gregg
Gamble, Mrs. Helen, housekeeper
Greist, Mrs. Henrietta, housekeeper
Gross, John, machinist............. Spring
Harper, Harry E., farmer........... Union
Houser, John, gentleman........... Harris
Houser, W. R., clerk............ Bellefonte
Holt, Samuel W., merchant...... Unionville
Hunter, Wm., gentleman............ Spring
Hettinger, Wm. H,, farmer.......... Gregg
Hazel, Harry, laborer........... Milesburg
Kane, Thomas, enginjeer ia re Rush
Kunes, Milton T., merchant........ Liberty
Kachik, Andy M., miner..Snow Shoe Twp.
Keating, Mrs. Daisy, housekeeper
Lucas, John, farmer..........cecee. Boggs
Moore, C. D., laborer........ State College
Miller,, W.. H., foreman.......... Bellefonte
Palmer, Harry B., ¢arpenter........ Potter
Ralston, Geo. W., farmer........... Harris
Shawley, John, laborer............. Boggs
Smith, Adam B., farmer............ Potter
Smith, Luther E., merchant......... Potter
Snyder, ¥. Thomas, farmer......... Harris
Spayd, Albert H., carpenter...Centre Hall
Sunday, H. E., farmer........... Ferguson
Smith, W. E., shopkeeper State College
Stine, Daniel, laborer....... S. Philipsburg
Shope, Frank L., electrician...Snow Shoe
Shawley, Charles, laborer........... Boggs
Stover, M. O., retired............. Millheim
Vonada, Wm., merchant........... Liberty
Wert, Paul M,, farmer.........coavses Penn
Walker, Mrs. Mary, housekeeper
Real Estate Transfers.
John O. Kammerman to R. A.
Blasmgam, tract in College township;
Burton Lorrah, et ux, to David J.
Groham, tract in Snow Shoe; $3,000.
Mary A. Arney, et ux, to Mary A.
McCool, tract in Centre Hall; $1,450.
Harvey W. Houtz, et ux, to William
Tressler, tract in Patton township;
Mrs. Catherine Rynder to Daniel
McKinley, et ux, tract in Milesburg;
Henry Fisher, et ux, to Edward
Mulvihill, tract in Burnside township;
L. E. Kidder to A. M. Shutt, et al,
tract in Harris township; $2,800.
Ausie M. Shutt, et al, to Grant
Charles, tract in Harris township;
M. N. Carner to John H. Carner,
tract in Potter township; $100.
John Wilson to John A. Hoover,
tract in Potter township; $35.
Matilda Spotts to George Spotts,
tract in Union township; $400.
Joel S. Royer, et ux, to McNitt-
Huyett Lumber Co., tract in Marion
John Adam Hoover to Lynn W.
Ross, tract in Potter township; $1.
-WPAB, State College, Pa.
Friday, January 18, 8 p. m.—Music by
students; “How to entertain the Commu-
nity,” by A. C. Cloetingh, director Penn
State Players: ‘The Economical Use of
Soft Coal in the Home,” by F. €. Heckler,
of the college engineering experiment sta-
tion; news items and music.
Monday, January 21, 8 p. m.—Farm and
Garden Night. “The Mysterious Vita-
mine,” by R. A. Dutcher, head agricultur-
al chemistry; “Advantages of an Agricul-
. tural Education,” by R. G. Bressler, sec-
retary school of agriculture; farm and
garden hints; musie.
Wednesday, January 28, 8 p. m.—Music
by “Nittany Nine” erchestra; “Who
Should Go to College,’ a talk especially ;
for High school boys and their parents,
by A. R. Warnock, dean of men at Penn
State; “Keeping 3300 College Students
Healthy,” by Dr. J. P. Ritenour, college
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Church Services Next Sunday.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
“The Friendly Church.” i
Second Sunday after Epiphany.
Sunday school 9:30. The Holy Com- |
munion 10:45. The Holy Communion |
and sermon 7:30. Preparatory serv-
ices 7:30 Friday evening. Visitors al-
Rev Wilson P. Ard, Minister |
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. |
All the Sunday services at the usu-
al time. Message for 10:45 “The
Shaking in the Top of the Mulberry
Trees,” and at 7:30 “Broken Down
The revival meeting will continue.
It will be a week of great soul ques-
tions and answers. Monday, “Will
There be Judgment.” Tuesday, “Will
There be a Second Chance.” Wed-
nesday, “Will the Body be Resurrect-
ed?” Thursday, “Is Christ Coming
Again?” Friday, “What must I do to
be Saved?” Come and enjoy these
deep spiritual meetings.
E. E. McKelvey, Pastor.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Services for the week beginning
January 20th: Second Sunday after
Epiphany, 8 a. m. Holy Eucharist;
9:45 a. m. church school; 11 a. m.
Mattins and sermon, “A Changed
Point of View in Regard to the Holy
Bible;” 7:30 p. m. evensong and ser-
mon, “Our Mother Mary.” Wednes-
day, 7:30 p. m. Litany and Bible class.
Thursday, 7:30 a. m. Holy Eucharist.
Friday, conversion of St. Paul, 10 a.
m. Holy Eucharist. Visitors always
Rev. M. DeP. Maynard, Rector.
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. An all day free
reading room is open to the public
every day. Here the Bible and Chris-
tian Science literature may be read,
borrowed or purchased.
The night of February 22nd,
Washington’s birthday anniversary,
has been selected as the time for the
annual Academy football dance. This
has been such a long established so-
cial function that it has come to be
one of the biggest society events of
the winter season. The announcement
of the date is made this far in ad-
vance so that there may be no con-
flict in the way of other entertain- |!
——Word has been received in
Bellefonte of the death at Ossining,
N. Y., on December 31st, of Mrs. Hel-
en Davis, wife of Rev. J. Oswell Da-
vis, a former rector of St. John’s
Episcopal church of Bellefonte. Her
husband and two children survive.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Buy Your New Ford Now.
Important among other indications
that the new year will see a vastly in-
creased demand for automobiles is
the “Buy Now” campaign which has
just been launched by the Ford Motor
Particular significance may be at-
tachea to this, coming as it does at
the very start of the year, for no com-
pany in the industry is better situat-
ied to sense future conditions in the
motor car field nor keep more closely
in touch with the temper of the mo-
tor buying public.
Through its great dealer organiza-
tion, approximately 10,000, the com-
| pany is able to obtain very accurate
reports covering all parts of the coun-
try. That the outlook indicates a
greater demand than ever during the
coming year seems apparent in the
action of inaugurating a “Buy Now”
campaign at this time.
A year ago a shortage was seen and
the public advised but the demand
which developed during the spring
and early summer months exceeded ail |
expectations with the result that pro-
duction failed to meet it and more
than 350,000 persons were disappoint-
ed in not being able to get Ford cars.
Practically all through the year it
was necessary to maintain a constant-
ly increasing production schedule in
order to keep more closely with the
demand. Even with that deliveries
were extremely slow.
In view of the company’s experience
last year the “Buy Now” campaign
just starting comes as a warning sug-
gestion to the car buyer and reflects
a condition which presages an even
greater car shortage during the com-
ing spring and summer.
There has been an unusual demand
for Ford cars and trucks so far this
winter. In some cases dealers already
are compelled to designate later de-
livery dates on certain types of cars.
In this connection an interesting
feature is the already noticeable in-
crease in enrollments under the Ford
weekly purchase plan. More than
| will be sold together or separately.
200,000 have enrolled, for everywhere
more and more using the plan as a
sure means of arranging car delivery
at the time desired and as a result
there has been a noticeable growth in
the number of enrollments, particu-
larly during the last few months.
——Rev. William C. Thompson, of
Danville, will preach in the Presby-
terian church on Sunday, both morn-
ing and evening. Every member of
the congregation is urged to turn out
and hear him.
——At nine o'clock this morning
our press room floors were covered
with half an inch of muddy slime and
here we are on time.
ee meme pees.
If the next war is to be fought
by electricity it may be assumed that
the wires will have to be laid in ad-
William W. Cathcart and Elsie
—Get your job work done here.
ANTED.—A good man to operate a
large farm, four miles from Stale
College. It is fully stocked and
equipped. Good opportunity for right
man, Call ¥. D. GARDNER, State Col-
lege, Pa. 69-3-2
CE PLANT AND HOUSE AND LOT
I FOR SALE.—The 3000 ton ice stor-
age house, ice pond, the frame
dwelling, barn and lot of E. B. Garbrick,
at Coleville, is for sale. The Droperties
Price low. Inquire of
BE. E. GARBRICK,
Bellefonte, Pa. R. F. D.
in good condition.
EPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
R First National Bank, No, 9249, at
Howard, in the State of Pennsyl-
nia, at the close of business on December
Loans and Discounts. ..$59,364.62
Total Loans. .e.. «cvs ena .$ 59,364 62
Deposited to secure circulation
U. S. bonds par value. $25,000.00
All other U. 8. Government
securities ... $21,824.58
Tota 46,824 58
BHO. dire tei dey 178,801 27
Furniture and fixtures..$4252.40
Toth] i, cavins sense rtnnons 8,252 40
Lawful reserve with Federal Re-
serve Bank......... deena, 15,040 50
Cash in vault and amount due
from national banksS........... 35,730 83
Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12,
and: 13... 000 dive, $35,730.83
Redemption fund with U. 8.
. Treasurer and due from U. 8.
Treasurer ....c.... chains ave 113,950 00
Total i. viaeenisneiesnnsion, 345,354 20
Capital stock paid in............ 25,000 00
Surplus fund........ ... 25,000 00
Undivided profits.. ,020.82
Less current expenses, interest
and taxes pai@........c.ivenens 6,520 82
Circulating notes outstanding... 23,900 00
Certified checks outstanding.... 100 00
Cashier's checks outstanding.... 297 40
Total of Items 21, 22, 23, 24, and
0D bsnrorns seven op rate $397.40
Individual deposits subject to
Cheeks |i aii ci ii, 157,547 97
Certificates of deposit due in less
than 30 days (other thon for
money borrowed .............. 1,500 00
Dividends unpaid .............. 1,254 00
. Total of demand deposits subject
to Reserve, Items 26, 27, 28, 29,
S80 and 31.........;.. $160,301.97
Certificates of deposit (other
than for money borrowed).... 82,804 42
"Other time deposits............. 21,429 59
Total of time deposits subject
to Reserve, Items 32, 33. 34 and
BO dese seein ve. . $104,234.01
Total i Sv eeiicsdrsarsienss 345,354 20
e JANUARY ©
Matinees at 2 p.m. Night Shows begin at 8
ALL SEATS RESERVED
65 ttial SSumplony IReSIn
State of Pennsylvania county of Centre, ss:
I, W. K. McDOWELL, Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief,
W. K. McDOWELL, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
4th day of January, 1924.
W. HARRISON WALKER,
My commission expires January 21, 1927.
H. T. McDOWELL,
C. C. LUCAS,
CECI CUS UC UCI CY
TPR Se mp en ey
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« CARL LAEMMLE Presents
VICTOR HUGOS IMMORTAL MASTERPIECE
“with LON CHANEY as ve HUNCHBAC(
A UNIVERSAL PRODUCTION
First Floer © - . . $1.10 TL
First 3 Rows Balcony - - 83 oi]
General Admission - - 55 of
First 2 Rows—Front - 1.65 oi]
Balance of First Floor - 1.10 cf
1st Row Balcony - - 1.10 I=
2nd and 3rd Rows Balcony - .83
General Admission - - 55
The Remarkable Cast Includes the Following
Lon Chaney, Norman Kerry, Ernest Torrence, Tully Marshall, Gladys Brockwell, Patsy Ruth Miller,
Raymond Hatton, Nigel De Brulier, Winifred Bryson, Brandon Hurst, Kate Lester, Harry Van Miter,
Nick De Ruiz, Eulalia Jensen Roy Laidlow, W. Ray Meyers, William Parke, and hundreds of others.
The Greatest Screen Attraction of the A
Special Childrens Matinee Saturday at 2
All Children under 12 years of age 28 cents
Reserved Seat Sale will open at Mott Drug Co. on Tuesday 22nd
ANTED.—Boys to sell vanilla after
school; send for free sample bot-
tie. Wakefield Extract Co., San-
bornville, N. H. 69-2-8t*
OUNG MARE FOR SALE.—A 5 year
old mare, wt. 1150, sound as a dol-
lar, broken to double harness only.
Black, with white star. $50.00 cash will
buy her. Inquire at this office.
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—Letter testa-
iy mentary on the estate of Alice Wil-
son, late of the borough of Belle-
fonte, deceased, having been granted the
undersigned, all persons knowing them-
selves indebted to said estate are hereby
notified to make payment thereof and
those having claims to present the same.
properly authenticated to
HENRY S. LINN, Executor,
69-26t Bellefonte, Pa.
TOCKHOLDER’S MEETING.—The an-
nual meeting of the stockholders
of the G. F. Musser Co., elle-
fonte, Pa., will be held in the office of
Spangler & Walker, Crider's Exchange,
tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 12 m., for
tke purpose of electing directors for the
other business as may properly come be-
fore the meeting. .
G. F. MUSSER,
69-2-3t ? President.
OTICE OF STOCKHOLDER’S MEET-
ING.—The annual meeting of the
. Stockkholders of the Whiterock
Quarries will be held at the offices of the
Company, in the Centre County Bank
building, Bellefonte, Pa., on Monday, Jan-
uary 28th, at 10 o’clock a. m. for the elec-
tion of directors for the ensuing year and
to transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
1. A. T
ters of administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon
the estate of Howard A. Moore, late of
Howard borough, deceased, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said es-
tate are requested to make prompt pay-
ment, and those having claims against the
same must present them, duly authenti-
cated, for settlement.
CHESTER A. MOORE,
MABEL C. JENKINS,
W. Harrison Walker, Howard, Pa.
JULIA MAE KLUGH
Psychic and Trance Medium
will answer two questions by mail free of charge
if you will enclose a stamped, self-addressed
envelope. Advice on changes. investments,
Bellefonte, Friday, February 1st, 1924, be- |
ensuing year, and the transaction of such |
OR SALE.—Fifteen head of horses
consisting of draft, drivers and
saddle horses, among the lot are
mares in foal.
NEW WESTERN PENITENTIARY,
69-1-3t Bellefonte, Pa.
Farmers, Take Notice
1 will insure Dwellings for $1 per hundred
and Barns for $1.60 per hundred, on the
cash plan, for 3 years, as against fire and
| lightning. J. M. Keichline, Agent.
68-46-12t* Bellefonte, Pa.
IRA D. GARMAN
101 South Eleventh St.,
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: Address Julia Mae Klugh, £513 Bellefonte, Pa.
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Two Weeks-Ahead Program
SATURDAY, JANUARY 19:
is based on an old English
will give satisfaction to all.
feature of this famous star, with a
mantic and historical romance of
last. Eleven reels, the last
Comedy with Chas. Murray.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25:
HOOT GIBSON in “I'HE THRILL
SATURDAY, JANUARY 19:
TOM MIX in “MILE A MINUTE.”
26 (Matinee every day):
vear. Don’t miss it.
and one evening at 2 and 8 o'clock.
BEBE DANIELS in “THE EXCITERS,” with Antonio Moreno, is an e¢n-
tertaining comedy drama of many thrills, with motor car and hydroplane.
Hero marries a burglar but gets out of it finally.
MONDAY, JANUARY 21 and TUESDAY, JANUARY 22:
All Star cast in “GRUMPY,” a seven reel feature directed by William de
Mille, with Theo Roberts, May McAvoy and Conrad Nagel, is a lavishly
produced feature that keeps in suspense from beginning to end.
play and has to do with
Also, Pathe News and Topics.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
NORMA TALMADGE in “ASHES OF VENGEANCE,” is a 100 per cent.
Faultless in technique, finished portrayal of a story entertaining first to
who wanted to become a movie star.
He ends by doubling for a Sheik in Arabia and falls in love with one of
the women in the harbor and elopes,
STEEL TRAIL,” the dandy railroad serial.
breadth escapes and other thrillers of this star.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 25 AND
“THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME,” the big 12 reel feature of the
With their own full orchestra.
Regular Wednesday and Saturday Matinees every week.
Also, 2 reel Comedy.
detective work. It
JANUARY 23 AND 24:
big cast of all stars. A masterful, ro-
the period of Charles IX of I'rance.
in beauty and 2 reel
CHASER,” a good story of a cowboy
The funniest one Hoot ever made.
Also, the eighth episode of “THE
The name is enough to show the hair-
One show afternoon
All Iron Bridge Lamps---
while they last
F. P. Blair & Son