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Real Estate Transfers.
Meriam L. Dreese to Josephine Al-
exander, tract in College township;
A. B. Kern to F. H. Stover, tract in
Penn township; $580.
John C. Johnsonbaugh to W. G.
Johnsonbaugh tract in Patton Twp.;
Arthur Ridgeway, et al, to James
Williamson, tract in South Philips-
W. W. Shultz, et ux, to Harry P.
Jones, tract in Worth Twp.; $1,400.
A. H. Krumrine, et ux, to J. M.
McKee, tract in State College; $1,200.
A. H. Krumrine, et ux, to R. B.
Henderson, tract in State College;
Miriam Dreese to Josephine Alex-
ander, tract in College Twp.; $175.
Carry E. Delong to Jacob H. Wil-
liams, tract in Liberty Twp.; $300.
A. B. Kerns to F. H. Stover, tract
in Penn Twp.; $580.
F. E. Wieland, et ux, to George
Felding, tract in Harris Twp.;$1,000.
Lovee Ann Taylor, et al, to Florence
si Taylor, et al, tract in Milesburg;
Emma B. Bower to George E.
Stover, tract in Haines Twp.; $350.
Rebecca Parker to Philip D. Foster,
tract in College Twp.; $275.
W. E. Hosterman to Isaac M. Orn-
dorf, tract in Haines Twp.; $340.
W. E. Hosterman to J. B. Ard,
tract in Haines Twp.; $200.
Ethel TU. Kunes, et al, to Mrs.
Edward O. Dyer, et al, tract in Lib-
erty Twp.; $1,200.
John P. Harris, to Thomas B. Cow-
her, et ux tract in Bellefonte; $2300.
Sarah J. Bickel, et bar, to Edward
J. Immel, tract in Gregg Twp.; $1,025.
Bellefonte Trust Company. Trustee,
to John Kelley, et al, tract in Rush
John Kelley, et al, to Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, tract in Rush Twp.;
N. B. Spangler, et ux, to Common-
wealth of Pennsylvania, tract in Rush
Bellefonte Trust Company, Trustee,
et al, to Commonwealth of Pennsylva-
nia, tract in Rush Twp.; $12,278.33.
Centre Game Preserve to Common-
wealth of Pennsylvania, tract in Rush
Charles L. Foster, et al, to C. H.
Bubb, et al, tract in College Twp.;
Enoch Midlam to Edward E. Hoov-
er, tract in Burnside Twp.; $25.
Lehigh Valley Coal Company to
John Almasha, et ux, tract in Snow
Amelia Long, et al, to John Sum-
mers, tract in Rush Twp.; $1.
Thomas Yearick, et al, to John
Keen, tract in Penn Twp.; $500.
P. T. Musser, assigned, to A. Wal-
ters, et al, tract in Millheim, $185.
S. Ward Gramley, exr, et al to F.
J. Meyer, tract in Millheim and Penn
P. J. Meyer, et ux, to Bess E. Gram-
ley, tract in Millheim, Penn and Miles
P. J. Meyer, et ux,
Gramley, tract in Millheim,
Miles Twps.; $1.
to S. Ward
(Leave Bellefonte Saturday Evening February 14 at 10.30 o'clock)
Saturday February 14
Leave Bellefonte..................ccuene. 10.30PM
a mont ....... 1050 PM
* Oak Hall..... 10.55 PM
‘ Linden Hall. J101PM
*. Centre Hall................ ... 1. 4PM
Returning, leaves Washington 3.50 p. m., Baltimore (Union Station) 4.55 p.
THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE WORLD
Leave Rising Springs........ ...cceee 11.28PM
Coburn... cee 1145PM
Sunday February 15
Arrive Baltimore ............. coon. 5.45 AM
“’ Washington ..........ceseuss 7.00 AM
——Subseribe for the “Watchman.” | —The best job work done here.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Fire, Lightning,
Persons planning building to come in contact with
us. Save money on
Cement, Sand, Limestone, Plaster
Brick, Roofing, Terra Cotta Pipe, Nails
Stucco Materials, Etc.
OUSE AND LOT FOR SALE—At
State College, College Ave, 2a
square and a half from Nittany
Inn. Inquire of CHAS. F. HARRISON,
Bellefonte, Pa. 70-4-tf
TOCKHOLDER’S MEETING.—The an-
nual meeting of the stockholders
of the G. F. Musser Co., Belle-
fonte, Pa, will be held in the office of
Spangler & Walker, Crider’'s Exchange,
Bellefonte, Friday, February 6th, 1925, be-
tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 12 m., for
the purpose of electing directors for the
ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other busineess as may properly come be-
fore the meeting.
G. F. MUSSER,
so — ———
See us first, or you may regret it later.
Centre County Fuel and Building Supply Go.
Both Phones—Bell 319 69-16tf Bellefonte Pa
Jan. 30th to Feb. 15th
From the Original Price Tags
A Sale of Quality Furniture
15% Discount allowed on Rugs
Entire Stock of Furniture, Bedding, Baby
Carriages, Rugs Electric Floor and Table
Lamps, Etc., subject to the above Discounts
except nationally advertised lines that are
sold at the Manufacturer's fixed prices.
Comparisons of Quality and Price Invited
W. R. BRACHBILL
Spring St. Established 1841 Bellefonte, Pa
W(El ea SMOKE Insurance
AT A REDUCED RATE.
J. M. KEICHLINE'
70-2 12t* BELLEFONTE, PA.
LEASE.—The undersigned will
lease on favorable terms to a ca-
Fie man, a limestone quarry at
prings, Clinton county, near the
State Highway, located on the Bellefonte
vein, opened and cleaned, and a modern
limestone kiln in good condition.
SIDNEY D. FURST,
70-4-3t Lock Haven, Pa.
+ TOCKHOLDER’S MEETING.—The an-
nual meeting of the stockholders
of the Bellefonte Lumber Co., Belle- |
fonte, Pa., will be held in_the office of the |
Company, in Bellefonte, Penna. on Mon-
day, February 9th, at 10:30 a. m., for the
purpose of electing directors for the ensu- |
ing year, and the transaction of such other |
business as may properly come before the |
W. FRED REYNOLDS, Jr,
IRA D. GARMAN
101 South Eleventh St.
Have Your Diamonds Reset in Platinum
64-34-tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY"
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31:
AGNES AYRES in “A STORY WITHOUT A NAME,” is a good melodrama
to please all. A U. 8. battleship and radio make something new, with the
story of foreigners trying to steal a government secret of an inventiom
Also, 2 reel Educational Comedy.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2:
HARRY CAREY in“FLAMING FORTY,” is one of this star's good west
ern melodramas that will please lovers of this type of picture. Alkoy
Pathe News and Topics.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 AND 4:
GLORIA SWANSON in “HER LOVE STORY,” is a beautiful pieture in
eight reels of this story by Mary Roberts Rinehart. This beautiful stus
«hows and acts to perfection one of her best wonderful gowns. Domi:
miss this fine picture, it will surely please. Also, 2 reel Sunshine Comedy.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5:
NAZIMOVA in REDEEMING SIN,” with Lou Tellegen, a story ef’ thie
Paris underworld that has many high lights of interest. A favorite ix
Jove with Apache is taught to be honest by an artist and finally redoems:
her Apache lover. A very interesting human interest story. Also: Pati
News and Review.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6:
JACK HOXIE in “FLYING HOOFS,” a typical western. The naw genfal’
is a corker. TFouded all upon fact and by police commissioner Enrigiifi,
of New York. Real life episodes. Be sure to see it. Also, the second. ep-
isode of “INTO THE NET,” with Edna Murphy as lead.
MOOSE TEMPLE THEATRE.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 30 AND 31:
MARGUERITE de LaMOTTE in “THE BELOVED BRUTE,” a strong
western melodrama that will satisfy all lovers of this class of story.
Seven reels. Also, 2 reel Universal Comedy.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 AND 7:
VIRGINIA VALLI in“EVERY WOMAN'S LIFE,” is a spectacular, drux-
matic story of society life in America. How a woman should choose a
husband. Also, 2 reel Comedy.
Clark’s 0. N. T. Spool Cotton 50c. Doz
58in. Mercerized Table
Hill Muslin 17¢c. peryd.
Only 10 yards to a customer.
'Damask...48c. per yd.
20in.x20in. Hemmed Mer-
cerized Napkins $1.89 per doz.
Annual White Sale
With a certain degree of pride we say that we have earned the title,
“The STORE ALERT” Alert to the choicest offerings in the market, so that
you may have at Moderate Prices those things necessary to your health and
Our “ANNUAL WHITE SALE” includes,
of white goods in the Store. However, there are some extra-special values
which we wish to call to your attention. These are listed below. We ad-
vise early morning shopping in order to enjoy greater variety of choice in
Wearwell Sheets sso $1.37
Utica Sheets sixo . . . . $1.85
Wearwell Pillow Cases
42x36 37 cents 45x36 39 cents
“Fairview” Bleached Muslin 15c. yd.
“Black Rock” Uubleached “ 18c. 7d.
0-4 Bleached ... 60 cts.
9-4 Unbleached . 57 cts.
Other widths priced accordingly.
of course, practically every bit
No. 300 Reg. 18c. quality—10yd. pcs.
No. 600 Reg. 30c. quality—10yd. pcs.-—--—-
No. AA 01d Glory 35c. quality—10yJ. pcs $2.75
Specials on Toweling
All Linen Toweling
Unbleached 19 cents
All Linen Toweling--Bleached 21 cents
A Good Linen Finished Crash at 15 cts.
Martha Washington Bed Spreads
| Fancy Weave Spread in Colored Stripes or Natural
40in. Unbleached Muslin . . 10c. yd.
40in. Unbleeched Muslin . . 15¢. yd.
Get in on these---they’ll not last long.
207% Reduction on all Table Linens
159% Reduction on Crochet Bed Spreads
Along with this “Sale” we have
Dimity Bed Spreads Blankets
6300. 0-0 (+ F158
72 x 90 : . . i 1e Part Wool, 66 x 80 4.98 ;
: Reg. Price 19¢c
made another sweeping reduction
All White Turkish Towels
221; x45 in. double thread
Curtain Scrims, Marquisetts,
Sale Price 15c¢
0x9 - + - 1.98 [National Woolen,94 - 6.95 Ladies Coats Ladies Blouses : : at - - 39c. each
: ; . Reg. Price 25c ~~ Sale Price 19c¢
Nashua, 72 x 80, plaid - 4.75] © Suits Negligees Reg. Price 35c Sale Price 27c¢
: J Skirt he : 17 x 35 in. double thread
L di B I Sura Nashua, 66 x 80, plaid - 3.75 resses res Reg. Price 40c ~~ Sale Price 32c :
adaies bungaiow S : . He
5 buns P Nashua, Stormking, 66 x 80 3.39 Reg. Price 50c Sale Price 89c a 210 suk
and House Dresses
were formerly much higher
20% Reduction on all
Australian, 66x80, heavy - 3.25
Australian. 72 x 84, heavy - Lyery Garmentiis specially Tagged
and Priced in plain figures for this Sale
Hazel & (o.
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207% to 25%
Childrens Gingham Dresses