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The Opening of a New Theatre—
State College... Thursday April 8th
A Theatre we belteve, in
Beauty, Refinement and Comfort
will Measure up to your Expectations.
Dery truly yours,
0 LE SE
OR SALE OR RENT—Residence and
Garage, 203 east Linn St.,, Belle-
fonte. Inquire of H. N. Crider,
112 south Harvard Ave, Ventnor, N. J.
OR SALE, “THE TRIANGLE,” located
at junction of Lakes-to-Sea high-
way and Bald Eagle trail. Up-to-
date filling station and restaurant, fully
equipped. Running water, light and heat.
Inquire of J. N. DAVIS, 1507 Columbia
Ave., Tyrone, Pa, T1-12-1t*
of piano desires a limited number
of pupils, 75 cts per lesson. $6.00
for 10 lessons if paid in advance. Tele-
phone. Mrs. J. A. DUNKEL, Bellefonte
Academy. Bell phone 45. 71-7-tf.
PP“ LESSONS—Experienced teacher
OR RENT.—Good farm, with excellent
buildings and running water, 34
mile from Stormstown, Centre Co.,
Pa. Would like to rent to good farmer for
term of years. Write to Susan IL.
Harlacher, 88 Filbank Ave., Greenwich,
LECTION OF COUNTY SUPERIN-
E TENDENT.—Notice is hereby
given that the school directors of
Centre county will meet at the Court
House, in Bellefonte, Pa., on Tuesday, the
13th day of April, 1926, at 10.15 o’clock
Ante Meridian, for the purpose of electing
a leg:lly qualified person as County Super-
intendent of Public Schools for the ensu-
DAVID O. ETTERS,
Superintendent of Public Schools.
the Estate of Mildred C, McKinney,
late of the Borough of Centre Hall,
County of Centre, State of Pennsylvania,
Notice is hereby given to all parties in-
terested in the said estate that William D.
Zerby has been appointed an Auditor by
the Orphans’ Court of Centre County, to
make distribution of the balance in the
hands of the accountant in said estate, to
and among those legally entitled thereto,
and that he will meet the parties in inter-
est at his office in Temple Court, Belle-
fonte, Centre county, Pa., on Monday,
March 29, 1926, at ten A. M., at which time
and place the claims of all parties inter-
ested must be presented or the parties be
forever debarred from coming in on said
WILLIAM D. ZERBY,
A UDITOR’S NOTICE.—In the Matter of
Ruffled and Plain Curtains—Rods 5¢
up—Curtain peles 10c¢ up in—
IRA D. GARMAN
Church Services Next Sunday
NITTANY REFORMED CHARGE.
tev. O. T. Moyer, the new pastor
of the Nittany Reformed charge,
moved into the parsonage at Howard
on Thursday of last week. The in-
stallation service will be held in the
Emmanuel Reformed church ot Jack-
sonville on Thursday, March 25th, at
7.30 o’clock p. m. Rev. H. A. Hartman,
pastor of the Hublersbhurg charge, will
deliver the charge to the people. Rev.
W. W. Moyer, pastos of the Boalsburg
charge and a son of Rev. O. T. Moyer,
will deliver the charge to the pastor.
ST, JOHN'S EPISCOPAL.
The Rev. A. J. Kilpatrick, assistant
rector of old, historic Christ church,
Philadelphia, (where President George
Washington and Martha Washington
were regular attendants from 1790 to
1797) will conduct the services in St.
John’s Episcopal church in this place
Sunday next. Early Encharist at 8
o’clock. Morning prayer, with sermon
at 11 o'clock, and evening service at
BOALSBURG REFORMED CHARGE
Services for Sunday, March 21:
Boalsburg—Church school 9.15 a.
m.; morning worship 10.30 a. m.
Pine Hall—Church school 9.30 a. m.
Houserville—Public worship 2.30 p.
W. W. Moyer, Pastor.
James Calvin Homer Jr., of Altoona,
and Velta E. Hoover, of Philipsburg.
Walter G. Chandler, of Tyrone, and
Susanna K. Wagner, of Tyrone.
Frederick W. Bohn, of Snow Shoe,
and Hazel S. Dudish, of Clarence.
William K. Hassinger, of Bellefonte,
and Mary Margaret Kerfoot, of Phil-
The English sparrow is disappear-
ing from American city streets main-
ly because it could not change its diet
from half-digested oats to half-links
from motor tire chains..—Boston
—Subscribe for the “Watchman.’
OR SALE a six piece black and gold,
JEWELER hand painted, bed-roem suite, also
101 Seuth Eleventh Bt. quire 19h YF 214 spool beds. Dn
. : + OR SALE.—Stoves, one a kitchen range
Have Your Diamonds Reset in Platinum F the other a double heater, hard ps
64-34-tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY burner.—Mrs. JAMES NOONAN,
a ———— ‘ west Logan St., Bellefonte, 71-12-2¢
— | ————————
1784 1926 | [ Brassieres, Step-Ins, Bloomers
&o ° ced 9 Night Gowns, White Skirts, Corsets,
Seeds Which Succ Envelopes Chemise, Silk Hose, at all
142 years’ experience in
growing and marketing
seeds assures you reliable
results in your garden.
Pole Ay Batre.
Easter Dress Goods
Toys—Silk Hose, Trimmings, Fasheen,
Sun Tub Crepers, Sailor Girl Suiting,
I RUN HER
She Knows He’s Safe
She neither leaves him alone at home,
nor takes him out through dangerous traffic
and inclement weather to shop. Her telu-
phone makes this exposure unnecessary.
Mother need not leave the comfort mor
the duties of her home to get her meats—
a few words over the telephone will bring
the family food.
Order your Meat over the telephone trom
us. Our service consists not only of free
delivery, but guaranteed quality at lowest
It will save you time, effort and money.
P.L. Beezer Estate |
Market on the Diamond
Mr. and Mrs. “Tommie” Hoster-
man spent a few hours in Tyrone on
= | Tuesday evening.
Charlie Slack and family moved
back to the farm on St. Patrick’s day,
an ideal day for a flitting.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kramer en- |:
tertained his sister from Reading sev-
eral days during the week.
The Methodist preachers of the
Sunbury district went to their annual |
conference at Berwick on Tuesday.
Miss Mary Zerby, primary teacher,
was compelled to close her school for
several weeks on account of being ill.
Many of our citizens drive to Belle-
fonte quite frequently since we have
such a good road. It takes only about
20 or 2b minutes of easy riding.
Mrs. Lucy Henney left for Phila-
delphia on Saturday. She went to
New Bloomfield on Saturday, and on es
Sunday was accompanied to Philadel-
phia by her sister, Mrs. James Stuart.
Some of our Odd Fellows drove to
Milroy on Tuesday evening, where
they conferred the 2nd degree and
enjoyed some “good eats,” returning
home in time to hear the clock strike
Mrs. Margaret Smith, who has been
so ill for some weeks, does not show
any great improvement. At times
she is very strong, and then again is
so weak that it seems impossible for
her to recover her strength.
Mrs. Eliza Meyer had a very good
sale on Saturday afternoon. After
the sale she and John D. and Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. McCormick drove to Ty-
rone. The house is now occupied by
the new owner, Mr. Strohecker.,
Miss Ruth Smith drove to her home
in Centre Hall, on Tuesday evening,
bringing with her Mrs. Mollie Gregg,
who spent her evening at the Bar-
tholomew home. Another recent
guest of the Bartholomews was Miss
Orpha Gramley, of Spring Mills.
Mrs. George Robertson, of Hart-
ford, Conn., who spent three months
in Florida, spent a week with her fa-
ther, D. B. Brisbin, on her return to
her home in Connecticut. She is in
love with Florida and seemed very
sorry to come back north while the
weather is still so cold.
Her Idea of “Art”
A New York “artistic photographer,”
whose work adorns the pages of many
“art” publications, has numerous re-
guests for private engagements. One
such came from the wife of a newly
vich man, who telephoned for an ap-
vointment, “And how much do you
charge?’ she asked. “One thousand
dellars,” was the reply. The photog-
rapher heard a gasp, and then came, |;
“One thousand dollars! Why, how
large a picture do you take?”
River Leaves Much Silt
Farmers in the Imperial valley ot
California pay nearly $1,000,000 a year
for dredging out of irrigation systems
the silt deposited by the Colorado riv-
er. Engineers have estimated the Col-
orado river carries past Yuma 196, iL
700,000 tons of silt annually, and that
an average of 185,000 cubie yards of |:
it goes into the Imperial valley dis-
trict every month,
Wind Power Impractical
Electrical energy has been obtained
from wind-driven turbines in wind-
mills, but the procuring of power in
this way is not done commercially to
any extent. The difficulties to he
overcome are the variable output and
variable direction of wind and the
comparatively low concentration of
: The professor was asked to give his
definition of woman. fter clearing
his throat he began in his leisurely !* [
way, “Woman fis, generally speak-
ing—" “Stop right there, professor,”
interrupted a lowbrow. “If you talked
& thousand years you'd never get any
nearer to it than that,”
Hoped to Catch Sun
In the Peruvian Andes stand two
ruined towers on opposite hills. Iron
Looks are clamped into their walls for
the purpose of stretching a net from
one tower to the other. The net is
intended to catch the sun!
Floorwalker (to clerk)—When a
lady customer cones in you ask her
the size of her feet. She says, for ex-
ample, “Seven.” You say, “Oh, no; six
will suit you, madam,” and then fit
her with an eight.
Giving Himself Away
fonesty that needs to be labeled is
of a somewhat doubtful variety, and
the man who is continually asserting
that he is “as good as anybody” is
thereby acknowledging his secret mis
Pledge Always Sacred
When we give a pledge—of secrecy,
of help, of friendship—we have given
something that we must redeem for
our self’s sake. The trust of others
is valuable, but self-respect is essen-
Charge It, Please
Osteopathy means “the science of
the correct manipulation of the
baby needs a new pair of shoes.
Knew What He Meant
This telegram was received by the
bride of a civil engineer who took
only winter flannels to the tropics
with him: “8S. 0. 8. B. V. D. C. 0. D.
Think of the edge an osteo- ;
path has on the rest of us when the |
iT OUSES AT STATE COLLEGE FOR
Under Any Circumstances
We can make mistakes, if we do, we are
here at all times to make it right in—
SALE—1 brick and frame house
16 rooms, extra large dining rooemn
and kitchen, 234 Allen St. The adjoining
property, 236 Allen St., 2 concrete block
apartment houses on lots 50x2i0. Inquire
of Mrs. Clara Zerby, 234 Allen St. State
College, Pa, 71-10-3t
At, a Reduced Rate
neem J, MM. KEICHLINE
PRESENTING THE BETTER CLASS PHOTOPLAY
A special sale of Mayer's
Dairy Feed—a Ready-
Mixed Ration, 22% protein
$40.00 per Ton
Delivery Charge $2.00 per Load
Frank M. Mayer
SATURDAY, MARCH 20:
“COWBOY AND THE COUNTESS,” with CHARLES BUCK JONES. The
dare devil of the plains wins the Caughter of royalty und almost starts an-
other European war doing it. The popular hero of action pictures and wonder
horse, White Eagle, is the greatest thriller of his ecarcer. Also, Fox two reel
comedy, “FIGHTING TAILOR.”
MONDAY, MARCH 22:
“THE TORNADO,” with HOUSE PETERS. Taken from the play of Lin-
cola J. Carter. This is a universal Jewel picture and one of the best Mr. Peters
ever appeared in. The cyclone alone in this picture is worth the price of ad-
mission. All the thrills and action you will want. Also, Pathe News, Aesops
Fables and a single reel comedy, “WHISTLING LIONS.”
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23 AND 24:
“THE SONG AND DANCE MAN,” with TOM MOORE, BESSIE LOVE and
HARRISON FORD. Here is a Geo. M. Cohen great comedy hit. A sentimental
comedy, with the stage life of Broadway for its glamourous background, cen-
tering around the character of a humorous, blustering, pathetic vaudeville
trouper, who believes no matter what happens he is the greatest song and
dance man in the world. Bessie Love's Charleston dance is worth coming to
see. Matinees Daily. Also, first run two reel comedy.
THURSDAY, MARCH 25:
“BROKEN HOMES,” with ALICE LAKE, GASTON GLASS and J. BARNY
SHERRY. Here is another of the True Story Magazine pictures and one that
is sure to please all who see it. Millions have read the story, now see it in
the pictures. Also, Pathe News and Pathe Review. Good program. Don’t
Round Trip from
Proportionate Fares from Other Points
For details as to leaving time of
trains, fares in parlor or sleeping
cars, stop-over privileges, or other
information, consult Ticket Agents,
or David Todd, Division Passenger
Agent, Williamsport, Pa.
Additional Excursions April 2, 10
June 11, 25 and October 15
The Standard Railroad of the World
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 26 AND 27:
“MEMORY LANE," featuring ELEANOR BORDMAN and CONRAD NA-
GEL. The boy she loved retraced his steps over memory lane to find her and
pierce the bubble of her love, dream because breaking her illusion meant giving
| her happiness, and he wanted her to be happy. Where the dawn of tomorrow
kisses the dusk of yesterday, that’s where memory lane begins. We personally
guarantee it. Extra on Friday night, 2nd chapter of the serial, “CASEY OF
THE COAST GUARD.” Extra on Saturday, good two reel comedy, “PAWN-
MOOSE TEMPLE THEATRE.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
“THE WANDERER,” with a special cast including GRETA NISSEN,
WALLACE BERRY, ERNEST TORRENCE and WM. COLLIER Jr. A won-
derful story on the return of the Prodigal Son. ®
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 26 AND 27:
“DICK TURPIN,” with none other than TOM MIX and his wonder horse
WE THANK YOU
pening a new store is by no means a task for a day.
It is the result of a determined ambition. linked
with energy and the honest faith in your fellow-
man that he will respond to the confidence that you
have in yourself, your policy, your experience—and
your new store.
This confidence—backed by a store filled with
quality, an unlimited amount of faith, an untiring
determination to seryve—and serve well—will eventu-
ally be appreciated by those you serve. And then, the
new store is a real asset to the community and to you.
The new Nittany Shoe Store, which was opened
Wednesday of this week, was opened to serve all
Bellefonte and vicinity with better shoes and for less
money than asked here-to-fore. Every possible oppor-
tunity to secure newer styles in footwear—and please
the men and boys, as well as the girls—-both young and
old—were the factors in bringing to the opening thous-
ands of people to enjoy the most elaborate display of
Foot Fashions ever presented in this county. Satur-
day we will do it all over again for those out of town,
who cannot possibly get in before the week end.
Surprises for the Kiddies Souvenirs for All
Inviting and Expecting Everybody
W. WILBUR BANEY
For the Nittany Shoe Store