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Jury List for December Court.
Jury commissioners Decker and
Muffley were in Bellefonte last Friday
and drew the jury list for the Decem-
ber term of court, which will convene
on the second Monday, the 14th. The
list is as follows:
LIST OF GRAND JURORS.
Bartley, C. W., farmer..... vesessss. Marion
Callahan, Daniel, farmer............ Harris
Crawford, Wm. Sr., laborer.........Spring
Ebbs, Raymond, laborer...... . Philipsburg
Fenton, John Jr. laborer...... Philipsburg
Gates, Chas., laborer............ Ferguson
Grauer, Norman, druggist.....Philipsburg
Gutelius, F. E., dentist.......... ..Millheim
Hartman, H. R., Rest. Propr. State College
Kling, Charles, farmer........ «oes» Walker
Krape, Chas. A, merchant........... Gregg
Korman, Leda M., housekeeper. ..Ferguson
Lucas, Orvis L., farmer....... Caled Boggs
Lindemuth, H. H., mechanie.... .Unionville
Meek, Fred, ATINEr. i csi iiss faverss as Rush
Miller, Mrs. Leah, housekeeper Philipsburg
McMullen, E. B,, miller........... Millheim
Shelton, W. S., agent..... seria. Millheim
Schofield, Jas., merchant......... Bellefonte
Scheckler, Chas., clerk........... Milesburg
Sayers, Jos., farmer....... Snow Shoe Twp.
Waite, Miss Ella, housekeeper. ..Bellefonte
Way, Mrs. Martha, housekeeper
Whiting, F. W., MASON. ..... +s... Spring
© LIST OF TRAVERSE JURORS.
Bierly, A. N., manufacturer.......... Boggs
Bennison, Jane, housekeeper....... Howard
Bradley, Mrs. Grace, housekeeper
Bowes, Wm. A., laborer............Liberty
Burkholder, Morris A., farmer...... Potter
Bradford, J. Wm., Mfr,,.......Centre Hall
Beezer, Frank, farmer.........oieeee Spring
Bloom, Jas., salesman.......... Philipsburg
Black, George, laborer......... Philipsburg
Boob, W. Elmer, laborer............ Haines
Breon, Wm. H., farmer.............. Gregg
Billett, Wm., foreman...... ede re inn Spring
Bickle, Lyman, farmer........ Cheney Benner
Clevenstine, C. F., farmer.......... Walker
Conrad, Stephen, clerk.......cov0vvnne Rush
Corman, Harry A., milk dealer......Spring
Custard, W. D., retired....... State College
Corman, Adam, retired............ Millheim
Edwards, Caroline, housekeeper
Ferguson, Mrs. Blanche, housekeeper
Finkle, Robert F., farmer............ Gregg
Foust, Henry E., carpenter.......... Potter
Fisher, Mrs. Frank, housekeeper
Frank, Wm. Sr., carpenter............ Rush
Fravel, John, laborer... ......ccoevees
Fisher, D. Russell, manager..State College
Glenn, Sam’l, retired farmer........ College
Gross, Frank, carpenter.............Spring
Gould, W. A., coal operator. ...Philipsburg
Hirst, John, plumber......... ~. Philipsburg
Heath, J. T., operator.......ceceeeeees Rush
Hoover, P. A, farmer.............. Taylor
Hurley, Geo., laborer.......... Philipsburg
Henderson, John, farmer...... cine en Taylor
Hazel, Michael, plumber......... Bellefonte
Heverly, Clyde, laborer............. Liberty
Harm, Walter, clerk............. Snow Shoe
Ishler, Geo. E., butcher.............. Potter
Jamison, Edward T., farnier......... Gregg
Johnston, W. E., laborer......... Ferguson
Keller, J. D., auto salesman..State College
Kashko, Andy, laborer....Snow Shoe Twp.
Leitzell, W. F., druggist...... State College
Leathers, Joseph, farmer....... sviHoward
Lucas, Calvin, farmer........... hen. Boggs
Myers, Edith, Tel. ouerator........... Rush
Merriman, G. W., gentleman.......... Rush
Mann, John A., laborer......... .....Curtin
McCullough, Claude H., clerk. ...Milesburg
Poorman, Harry, laborer............ Spring
Peters, Ralph, laborer...... S. Philipsburg
Page, Charles, laborer................ Miles
Patton, J. H., laborer............... Worth
Swartz, Mrs. Irene, housekeeper. ... Walker
Stone, Guy, clerk........ccocivennes Liberty
Thomas, A. C.,, mechanic............ Patton
Williams, Jacob, miner............... Rush
Wensel, James, laborer.............. Boggs
Wolfe, Adam, carpenter.............. Miles
Wensel, D. R., laborer.............. Curtin
Marine Meets Death in Automobile
Paul Garfield Barto, a marine in
training at the naval station at Paris
Island, South Carolina, died last Sat-
urday evening of injuries sustained
in an auto wreck while out riding with
some companions on Saturday morn-
ing. He enlisted for service on July
10th, 1925, and during the four months
he had been in training had won a
medal for marksmanship and was es-
teemed by officers and privates.
He was a son of George and Mar-
garet Barto and was born at Gates-
burg on December 19th, 1905, hence
was not quite twenty years of age.
His boyhood days were spent on the
farm and in attending the public
schools, but the lure of the life of a
marine got into his head and his en-
listment followed. In addition to his
parents he is survived by two broth-
ers and two sisters, Robert, David,
Florence and Bertha, all at home. He
was a member of the Methodist
church and Sunday school.
The remains were brought to his
home on Wednesday and funeral serv-
ices held in the Lutheran church at
Gatesburg at ten o'clock on Thursday
morning by Rev. J. S. English. Bur-
ial in the Gatesburg cemetery was in
charge of the Loyal Legion.
— Rev. A. Lawrence Miller, pas-
tor of the Methodist church at Lewis-
town, has applied for passports for
himself and wife for a four month’s
tour of Europe. They are planning to
sail on January 30th and will visit
Switzerland, Holland, Germany, Italy,
France, Belgium and Great Britain.
Both Rev. and Mrs. Miller are well
known in Centre county, the latter be-
fore her marriage having been Miss
Blanche Patterson, daughter of the
late W. C. Patterson, of State College.
—If you want to see the best mo-
tion pictures made go to that good,
old, reliable movie show, the Scenic
theatre. No “has-beens” are included
in the nightly programs. The pic-
tures are all recent releases and more
leading film manufacturers booked for
months ahead and the only way to be
sure of seeing all the good ones is to
be a regular attendant.
| Church Services Next Sunday
Pine Grove Mills—Holy Communion
10 a. m.
e Hall—Church school 1:30 p. m.
Home Mission service 2:30 p. m.
The annual union Thanksgiving
service at Boalsburg will be held in
Zion Lutheran church on Wednesday,
November 25th, at 7:30 p. m. At
Pine Grove Miils on Thursday even-
ing at 7:30 p. m,, in the Presbyterian
Rev. W. W. Moyer, Pastor.
BOALSBURG LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Boalsburg—Sunday school 9 a. m.
Preaching service 10:30 a. m. Every
member canvass from 2 to 6 p.m.
Union Thanksgiving service Wednes-
day evening, November 25th, 7:30 p.
m. Sermon by Rev. W. W. Moyer.
Music by united choirs. Offering for
Near East. Everybody welcome.
Shiloh—Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Pleasant Gap—Sunday school 9:30
W. J. Wagner, Pastor.
BELLEFONTE LUTHERAN CHURCH.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school; 10:45 a.
m. morning service, sermon, “When
the Lights Go Out!” 7:30 p. m. even-
ing service, sermon, “On Holy
Rev. Clarence E. Arnold, Pastor.
——Prof. C. W. Beese, an associate
in the industrial engineering depart-
ment at State College, has been se-
lected to head that department when
the work is relinquished next Febru-
ary by J. Orvis Keller, who last week
was selected as the new head of the
engineering extension department.
Free Specimen Copy.
Mail your name and complete post-
office address today and get in return
a specimen copy of the Daily Mirror,
New York’s best picture newspaper.
All the news of the world in pictures,
comics, fiction, true stories and other
features for home reading. Address
Circulation Dept. (D) Daily Mirror,
55 Frankfort St., New York, N. Y.
Aloysius A. Kohlbecker, Jeannette,
and Marie Dorothy Hassinger, Belle-
John Lashinsky, Ginter, Pa., and
Mary A. Smith, Philipsburg.
Sheridan S. Kirkwood, Huntingdon,
and Nancy J. McCarthey, Howard.
James E. Lucas and Mary C. Etters,
Real Estate Transfers.
Joseph Healey, at al, to Peter Hau-
ser, tract in Snow Shoe township;
5 fopdon E. Harper, et ux, to George
. Harper, tract. in, Ferguson town-
ship; $1. 2 trac 133K. guson :
- A. B. Meyer, et al, to Ollie M. Au-
man, tract in Millheim; $1,000.
Catherine Turner to J. M. Cunning-
ham, et ux, tract in Bellefonte; $100.
~ William A. Fetzer to Janet Wilk-
inson, tract in Boggs township; $700.
Orlando W. Houtz, et ux, to Her-
bert K. Kinley, et ux, tract in State
Walter Hartshorne, et ux, to David
3 Yonkers: tract in Philipsburg; $2,-
Lincoln Elliott to Edwin C. Miller,
tract in Rush township; $1,300.
Katherine E. Kemmerer to May
Swartz, guardian, tract in College
Thomas S. Hazel, et ux, to Herman
J. Hazel, tract in Bellefonte; $1.
Herman J. Hazel, et ux, to Eliza-
beth N. Hazel, tract in Bellefonte; $1.
Fearon E. Johnson, et ux, to E. E.
Weiser, et al, tract in State College;
James L. Leathers, et al, to S. C.
Bowes, et ux, tract in College town-
T, E. Jodon, et ux, to Albert I. Pe-
ters, et ux, tract in Spring township;
1. G. Gordon Foster, et al, to Bertha
C. Keiser, tract in State College; $700.
L. D. Musser, et ux, to George R.
Dunlap, tract in Ferguson township;
James J. Markle, et ux, to Orlando
W. Houtz, tract in State College; $800.
OST.—On state highway between Lock
L Haven and Bellefonte, an alligator-
skin pocket-book with a sum of
money. Liberal reward if returned to Yan-
kee Fish Market, Lock Haven. 46-1t
F Everywhere. 3% Commission.
Write for Blank. Smith Farm
Agency, 1407 W. York S8t., Philadelephia,
ARMS AND PROPERTY—Wanted
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—The under-
signed executor of the last will and
testament of the Hon. Henry Mey-
late of Miles township, Centre county,
Penna., deceased, having been granted let-
ters testamentary, all parties knowing
themselves indebted to said estate are here-
by notified to make immediate payment of
same and those having claims to present’
properly authenticated for settle-
HENRY T. MEYER, Executor,
Gettig and Bower, Lewisburg, Pa.
ANTED.—A middle aged man. An
opening is now offered to a relia-
W ble man to retail Whitmer’s big
guaranteed line of home necessities—
Soaps, Spices, Extracts, Medicines and Vet-
erinarian Supplies in Centre county. You
make good money each day—no lay-offs.
No selling experience required. Salesman-
ship taught free. A team or car needed.
Dealers with an established business make
$50 to $100 weekly. Write today for our
new profitable plan.
Dept. 334 THE H. C. WHITMER CO.,
70-46-3t * Columbus, Indiana.
A of the Estate of Alexander G. Mor-
ris, late of Bellefonte Borough,
In the Orphans’ Court of Centre County.
The undersigned, an Auditor, duly ap-
pointed by the Orphans’ Court of Centre
County to make distribution of nine hun-
dred eighty shares of the preferred stock
of the American Lime & Stone Company,
and the sum of Thirty-six hundred eighty-
two dollars and fifty-five cents ($3682.55),
in the hands of the Executors of the said
decedent as shown by the first and final
account filed and confirmed absolutely, to
and among the specific legatees under and
by virtue of the last will and testament of
the said decedent, will meet for the pur-
pose of his appointment on Monday, the
30th day of November, A. D., 1925, at 10
o'clock a. m., at his office No. 11 west High
street, Bellefonte, Pa., where all persons
in interest may attend or forever be de-
barred from participating in said distri-
JOHN J. BOWER,
UDITOR’S NOTICE.—In the matter
PRESENTING THE BETTER CLASS PHOTOPLAY
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21:
“HE'S A PRINCE,” with RAYMOND GRIFFITH and MARY BRIAN in the
cream of screams. His High Hat Highuess, the Prince of Howls, is with us
again, with his old high hat and new high jinks.
heir of the throne—but the Prince wanted to give the throne the “air.” A side
splitting comedy of royalty and revoluticns. Clever two reel comedy“Peace-
They wanted to give the
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23:
“THOSE WHO JUDGE” with PATSY RUTH MILLER and LOU TELLE-
GEN. A high class society drama with a well balanced cast including Mary
Thurman and Edmund Bfuse.
the famous Continental beauty.
Matinee, Wednesday, 2 p. m.
The picture is just released and should give
100 per cent. satisfaction to: all theatre goers. Also, Pathe News, Aesop’s Fa-
bles and a single educational reel “Sky Tribe.”
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 AND 25:
“THE DARK ANGEL,” featuring RONALD COLMAN and VILMA BANKY
A love revelation to plum the depths of your
Greatest realistic romance ,thrilling in its moments of inspired beauty
and drama. A pageant of splendor and gallantry and style against a back-
ground of war and gallantry. This picture was made for lovers who really
love—and married folks who are lovers still.
tear lovers apart; it is jealousy; it is selfishness.
Dark Angel. Also, Mack Sennett’s latest comedy, “Neo Father to Guide Him,”
It is the misunderstandings that
There is no love without a
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26:
“HELL'S HIGHROAD,” Cecil DeMill’s latest picture starring LEATRICE
JOY and EDMUND BURNS, and a big suporting cast.
screen spectacle—the DeMills personally supervised production, under the di-
rection of Rupert Julian. A master production from the hand of the screen’s
master genius; a gripping story of life and love, an avalanche of dramatic se-
quences thundering onward to a vivid climax. Here again is a great star, por-
traying the vibrant emotions of a woman's love with a forceful intensity and
subtle delicacy that awes and overwhelms.
with humor. Also, Pathe News and Pathe Review.
’ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27:
“THANK YOU,” featuring GEORGE O'BRIEN and JACQUELINE LOGAN
Here is the season's
Lavishly luxurious, scintillating
with an All Star cast including J. Farrell McDonald, Alec Francis, Geo. Fawcett
sode of the “WILD WEST” serial.
worth the price of admission.
Manager Brown has the output of the
of Mud.” Admission 10 and 25 cents.
with Tony doing his stuff.
and others. One of John Goldin’s play hits. A human story of the taming of
a town of hypocrites. It will make you laugh as well ag weep. Also, 4th epi-
MOOSE TEMPLE THEATRE. °
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20 AND 21:
“THE PONY EXPRESS,” featuring ERNEST TORRENCE,
BEERY, RICARDO CORTEZ and BETTY COMPSON. Here is a feature you
have all been looking for and we guarantee it to give 100 per cent. satisfaction.
Come early and get in ahead of the crowd. Also, 2 reel Pathe Comedy “Feet
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 AND 28:
“THE BEST BAD MAN,” headed by TOM MIX. Here is another good show
PAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP AAAI NAAN INNII A
OR RENT.—3 furnished rooms with
light, heat and bath, for light
housekeeping. No children. In-
quire at this office. 70-45-tf
as new, will be sold cheap. Inquire
of Mrs. H. E. Fenlon, north Alle-
gheny St., Bellefonte. 70-45-3t
RIVATE SALE.—Of china, linen,
Singer sewing machine, walnut
wardrobe and many other articles.
. H. THOMAS,
113 Allegheny St., Bellefonte.
ters testamentary on the estate of
Earl B. Grove, late of Spring town-
ship, Centre county, Pa., deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned all per-
sons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are hereby notified to make immedi-
ate payment thereof and those having
claims against the same to present them,
properly authenticated, for settlement.
FLORENCE C. GROVE, Admr,,
W. Harrison Walker, Bellefonte, Pa.
” Attorney 70-45-6t
ters testamentary on the estate of
John A. Halderman, late of Belle-
fonte, Centre county, Pa., deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned all per-
sons‘knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are hereby notified to make imme-
diate payment thereof and those having
claims against the same, to present them,
properly authenticated for settlement.
VIRGIE A. HALDERMAN, Admr,,
W. Harrison Walker, Bellefonte, Pa.
A DMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE, —Let-
of Bellefonte Residence Property
I, Julia V. Bond, the owner, will offer at
public sale on the premises on Curtin
AT BELLEFONTE, PA.
on Tuesday November 24, 1925
at ten o'clock A. M.
All that certain messuage, tenement and
lot or piece of ground, situate in the Bor-
ough of Bellefonte, in the County of Cen-
tre and State of Pennsylvania, bounded
and described as follows, to wit: Begin-
ning at a post on the North side of Curtin
street one hundred and forty feet East of
Spring street, thence along the Northern
side ‘of said Curtin street Eastwardly 60
feet -to Locust alley, thence along said Lo-
cust alley Northwardly 200 feet to an al-
ley, thence along said last mentioned alley
Westwardly 60 feet to lot formerly of An-
na E. Pontius, now of Mina McClellan,
thence along said last mentioned lot 200
feet to the place of beginning, containing
in front on Curtin street 60 feet and ex-
tending back Northwardly along said Lo-
cust alley 200 feet to said other alley. In-
cluding steam heating boiler and equip-
ment, and kitchen stove in place.
Formerly the Residence Property of
Emily U. Valentine, deceased
Terms of Sale: 10% of the purchase
money to be paid in cash when the prop-
erty is knocked down to the highest bidder
and the balance of said purchase money to
be paid in cash within or not later than
thirty days thereafter, upon the execution
of a good and sufficient special warranty
deed to the purchaser.
Possession of the premises to be deliv-
ered'to the purchaser upon payment in full
of the purchase money and delivery of said
Inquire of my attorneys, Blanchard &
Blanchard, Temple Court, Bellefonte, Pa.,
through whom opportunity will be given
to inspect the interior of the property be-
JULIA V..BOND, ...
L.' Fink Mayes,
Hazel « Company
South Allegheny Street . . . . BELLEFONTE, PA
...Continues Its Vogue.....
s any so smart and attractive a material would ! All
the feminine world is enjoying its charm. It provides
a rather dressy yet sport-like frock in the youthful two-
piece style. Many an afternoon frock owes its suc-
cess to the rich sheen of velvet! Some lovely color. And in’
the evening its gorgeousness shines supreme. Picture a charm-
ing evening frock of soft blue velvet—how its shades vary under
the flattering lights of the ball room as the dancer glides past.
—in ail qualities and colors—may be obtained in
Velvets our Silk Department. Watch our window for
the Velvet Display. X
...Choose Pale Neutral Tones...
ore than ever before you'll find it possible to choose
‘Hosiery to perfectly harmonize with your new Fall _
footwear and costumes. And today you may buy ex-
ceptionally serviceable Hose for $1.50 pair. Light
shades are to continue in popularity, but not bright shades.
The Tans and Greys—that have a subtle, misty cast—are the
best, and you will want to choose your Fall supply now.
Moonight & Piping Rock ® Artec & Rose Grey
Hazel &« Company §
South Allegheny Street . . . . BELLEFONTE, PA.
BIRLA AA AAAS AA
Is the only word with which to explain the sale of our $15,000.00
Stock of Used Cars.
tioned and will be sold with a 30-day guarantee.
ested in buying a USED CAR you will save money by taking advan-
tage of this opportunity, rather than waiting until next Spring to buy.
A great many of these Cars are re-condi-
If you are inter-
A Cars # 8 Trucks #6 Tractors
4 Gas Engines
From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Nov. 21, 23, 24 and 25
ft 01d Aviation Field-—One Wile East of Bellefonte
3 1925 Ford Coupes
1 1924 Ford Coupe
A Few of the Real Bargains
2 1924 Ford Touring Cars
2 1923 Ford Ton Trucks
2 1924 Ford Runabouts
1 1924 Chevrolet. Touring
2 Chevrolet, Tourings 1920-1922
1 Briscoe Toyring—1920
A Few of the Real Bargains
1 Nash Touring—1920
1 Oldsmobile Touring—1920
1 Overland 90 Touring—1919
1 Cadillac Touring—1917
1 Chevrolet, Coupe
1 Studebaker Touring—1916
1 Studebaker Sedan—1923 i
1 Studebaker Roadster
The terms of sale will be Most Liberal Ever Offered
Beatty wm Beezer Garages
FORD AND STUDEBAKER AGENTS