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Bellefonte, Pa., June 18, 1926.
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Motor Cycle Races in Altoona Bowl
July 5th.
Appreximately 100 of the world’s
greatest riders will take part in” the
annua! National championship and
motorcycle classic to be held at the
famous Altocna speedway on July
They will compete for a $5000 purse
that will carry with it not only the
henor of winning, but the world’s
championships in this form of racing.
Bight events have been scheduled
by the local promoters. Although
the fifty mile race for the National
championship is the feature, a one lap
time trial open to all 61 cu. in. motors
has been added which will establish
the world’s speedway track record.
This last event alone is expected to
attract thousands of fans. Word has
been received from as far south as
North Carolina and from as far west
as Indianapolis that large contingent
will be on hand to witness the exhi-
Other events will be a five mile
amateur race, a five mile National
championship race, a five mile Class
B race, a ten mile National champion-
ship race, a twenty mile National
championship race for 45 cu. in. mo-
tors and a twenty-five mile National
championship race for 61 cu. in. mo-
All of them will be held on the mile
and a quarter wooden bowl which is
the world’s fastest motorcycle track
and if the races last year can be cited
as an example speed ranging from 120
to 130 miles an hour can be expected.
Thirty Centre Countians Graduated
from State on Tuesday.
In the class of 1926 graduated from
the Pennsylvania State College were
the following Young Men and women
from Centre county:
E. M. Baily, arts and science eduea-
tion; H. B. Rishel, home economics;
M. R. Wert, arts and science educa-
tion. Center Hall.
M. B. Rogers, arts and science edu-
cation; J. H. Garbrick, electrical en-
gineering; M. N. Hunter, commerce
and finance; J. B. Katz, commerce and
finance; J. S. Meyer, metallurgical en-
gineering; H. A. Wion, arts and sci-
ence education. Bellefonte.
P. F. Bartges, agriculture educa-
tion; R. M. Bartges, agriculture edu-
cation. Aaronsburg. °
E. Bartleson, arts and letters; C. W.
Bauer, mechanical engineering; J. W.
Brown, chemistry; E. C. Dennis, arts
and science education; J. E. Hogan,
electrical engineering; M. J. Hubler,
civil engineering; E. Kant, landscape
architecture; E. R. Montague, arts
and letters; J. P. Rupp, dairy hus-
bandry; F. L. Stump, animal hus-
bandry; K. L. Taylor, home econom-
ics. State College.
J. T. Gramley, arts and science edu-
cation; J. D. Hosterman, dairy hus-
bandry. Spring Mills.
G. W. Korman, agriculture educa-
tion. Coburn.
E. I. Ross, arts and letters.
W. I. Stonebraker, mining engi-
neer; L. K. Wilson, arts and letters.
E. A. Webster, agriculture econo-
mies. Boalsburg.
Miraculous Escape of Motor Party.
Ahout eleven o’clock Monday night
a motor party of boys and girls from
State College was driving west
through Milesburg. There was a
blinding rain at the time and the man
at the wheel did not notice that a
freight train was blocking the Weaver
crossing over the highway until he
was too close to it to stop. The only
chance of averting a head-on crash
was to swerve which he did. Instead
of turning to the right and into a
ditch he pulled to the left where the
flooded Bald Eagle was raging right
under the embankment. Had they
fallen into it probably every member
of the party would have been
drowned. As it happened one of the
wheels of the car caught in the anchor
of the railroad signal operating rods
at the side of the track and held it
suspended and teetering there until
the party could get out.
The car was a Hartz sedan, so
heavy that it could not be removed at
the time so it was chained, front and
back, to the railroad tracks and left
dangling over the water until Tuesday
——Moose theatre, this Friday and
Saturday, Raymond Griffith in “Wet
Paint,” and oh, what a scream! 25-1t
RUNKLE.—James W. Runkle, who
the past quarter of a century has
owned and conducted the only hotel
in Centre Hall, died last Thursday
morning at 9:15 o’clock as the result
of hardening of the arteries, kidney
and heart trouble.
He was a son of Daniel and Sus-
annah Grossman Runkle and was born
on what is known as the Grossman
farm, at Tusseyville, on August 16th,
1848, hence had reached the age of
77 years, 8 months and 24 days. His
boyhood life was spent at Tusseyville
but after he grew to manhood he en-
gaged in farming on the Foster farm
near Centre Hall where he lived eigh-
teen years. Quitting the farm he
moved to Middleburg, Snyder county,
where for five years he lived a retired
life then returned to Centre county
and purchased the hotel at Centre
Hall, which he conducted the past
twenty-six years. He was a member
of the Lutheran church and a goed
On February 17th, 1868, he married
Miss Rosetta Breon, at the home of
her grand-parents in Georges valley
Rev. G. M. Settlemoyer, pastor of the
Lutheran church at Centre Hall, of-
ficiating. She survives with one
daughter, Miss Laura Runkle, at
home. Another daughter, Mrs. J. A.
G. Allison, passed away about two
years ago. He also leaves one grand-
son, Gross Allison, of New Castle,
Ky., three brothers and a sister,
namely: Sheriff John Runkle, of Mid:
dleburg; Calvin, of Shamokin; Dan-
iel, of Penn Hall, and Mrs. Robert
Musser, of Spring Miles.
Funeral services were held at his
late home at 9:15 o’clock on Monday
morning by his pastor, Rev. S. F.
Greenhoe, and burial in the Centre
Hall cemetery was in charge of the
Lodge of Masons, of which he was a
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MEESE.—Mzrs. Lettie E. Meese,
widow of the late John W. Meese, in
his day one of the prominent mer-
chants of Bellefonte, died at her home
on Logan street at 11.30 o'clock on
Tuesday morning. She had been a
sufferer for some time with arterial
trouble but was able to be up and
around on Tuesday morning. After
eating breakfast she went out on the
porch, was taken violently ill and
died within two hours.
She was a daughter of Austin and
Anne Lucas and was born at Howard
on September 2nd, 1844, hence was in
her eighty-second year. She was the
last of a family of twelve children.
She married Mr. Meese in 1866 and
all her married life had been spent in
Bellefonte. In her early life she was a
member of the Christian church but
after coming to Bellefonte united with
the Methodist church. Her husband
has been dead for many years and her
only survivors are one daughter, Mrs.
J. Will Conley, and a grand-daughter,
Mrs. William B. Wallis, who arrived
here Tuesday from New Jersey.
Funeral services will be held at her
late home at 2.30 o’clock this (Friday)
afternoon by Rev. Homer C. Knox,
burial to be made in the Union ceme-
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SLACK.—Mrs. Ann Eliza Slack,
widow of the late John A. Slack, died
at the home of William Sweeney, at
Potters Mills, on Thursday of last
week, following an illness of over two
years as the result of an injury sus-
tained in a fall. :
She was a daughter of Henry and
Catherine Miller and was born at
Pleasant Gap on June 18th, 1854,
hence was not quite 72 years of age.
Thirty-three years ago she married
Mr. Slack and all her married life had
been spent in Potter township. She
was a lifelong member of the Reform-
ed church. Her husband died two
vears ago and her only survivors are
one sister, Mrs. Sarah Jane Musser,
of Bellefonte, and a brother, John A.
Miller, of Warren.
Funeral services were held at the
Sweeney home at 3.30 o’clock on Sun-
day afternoon, by Rev. Keener, of
Centre Hall, after which the remains
were brought to Bellefonte for burial
in the Union cemetery.
KELLERMAN.—Mrs. Alma Samp-
sell Kellerman, wife of Ray Keller-
man, died at her home in Philadel-
phia, last Wednesday, following a
prolonged illness with tuberculosis.
She was a daughter of Harry and
Mattie Hunter Sampsell and was born
at Axe Mann on March 5th, 1898,
hence was 28 years, 4 months and 5
days old. She is survived by her hus-
band, who is in the contracting busi-
sess in Philadelphia; her parents, two
brothers and two sisters, as follows:
Martha, at home; Edith, in the State
of Indiana; Henry, of Mill Hall, and
Blair, of Philadelphia. The remains
were brought to Centre county and
burial made at Pleasant Gap on Sat-
HARM. Clair E. Har of Snow
Shoe, died at the Centre County hos-
pital, last Thursday, following several
months illness with acute Bright's dis-
ease. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs.
0. J. Harm and was born at Snow
Shoe, being in his thirty-third year.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Maude Cecelia Harm, and three small
children, Vincent, Oscar and Cecelia.
He algo leaves his parents, one sister
and a brother, Marion and Walter
Harm. The funeral was held on Sat-
urday afternoon, burial being made in
Askey’s cemetery.
STERE.- Robert Irvin Stere, in-
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stere,
died at the family home in Altoona on
Thursday evening of last week
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as the result of an attack of M til A Grove, Guyer W., produce. OAK HALL.
z suv Goodhart, F. V., furniture. Etters, Clayton, feed.
pneumonia. In addition to the par- ercantue : ppraisement. a Yl Buters Quyton, fed.
ents he is survived by two brothers
and one sister, William, Hassell and
Betty. The remains were taken to
Milesburg where funeral services
were held at the home of the child’s
grandmother, Mrs. Annie Baird, at
eleven o'clock on Saturday morning,’
burial being made in the Milesburg
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HARTSOCK.—George Wesley
Hartsock died at his home in Philips-
burg, last Friday morning, as the re-
sult of heart trouble. He had not
been feeling very good for a week but
was able to be around as usual.
Friday morning he got up, ate his
breakfast and shortly thereafter be- |
came violently ill, passing away at
eight o'clock.
Deceased was a son of Huston and
Eliza Hartsock and was born in Half-
moon valley on October 29th, 1861,
hence was in his sixty-fifth year. As
a young man he located in Philips- |
burg and for many years had been
one of the most dependable employees
in the Jones & Co. hardware store. |
He was a member and steward of the
Trinity Methodist church and espec-
ially active in both church and Sun-
day school work. He was also a mem-
ber of the Modern Woodmen of
America and a good citizen in every |
In 1886 he married Miss Ida Mary |
Beck, of Warriorsmark, who survives
with one daughter, Mrs. George H.
Holdren, of Philipshurg.
leaves three grandsons, two brothers
and a sister, J. O. Hartsock and Mrs.
He also
Miles Morrison, of Philipsburg, and |
John W. Hartsock, of Buffalo Run |
Funeral services were held at his
late home at three o’clock on Sunday |
afternoon by Rev. S. B. Evans, burial |
being made in the Philipsburg ceme- |
Entire State Closed to Wild Turkeys
and Hungarian Partridge.
The State Game Commission, last
Friday, issued a ruling closing the
entire State to the killing of wild tur-
keys and Hungarian partridge during
the season of 1926, according to an
announcement of Seth E. Gordon,
secretary. This action was decided
upon because hunters in many coun-
ties in the State had petitioned for
closing of their own counties and the
Commission did not look with favor
upon closing some counties and thus
permitting hunters to overrun neigh-
boring counties with the result that
the open sections would be almost en-
tively denuded of game and it would
then be necessary to close those coun-
ties for several seasons in order to
give the game a chance to recover
from the unusual slaughter.
Under the Commission’s ruling the
ruffed grouse season and the bag’
limit is also reduced. Heretofore the
season extended from November 1st
to 30th and the limit for the season
was fifteen birds. Under the new
ruling the season will run from No-
vember 1st to 13th, inclusive, and the
season limit will be ten birds.
The season for male ringneck
pheasants is reduced from November
1 to 30, to November 1 to 13, while
the season for rabbits and hares is
reduced from November 1 to Decem-
ber 15 to November 1 to 30, Sundays
excepted. All hunters will do well to
make note of these changes.
Dave Lewis Won First Money in Al-
toona Auto Races.
Dave Lewis, the veteran California
driver, in a Miller special, won first
place and the $10,000 purse in the big
auto races at Altoona on Saturday.
Lewis is forty-six years old and drove
the 250 miles without a break in 2
hours, 13 minutes and 24 seconds.
Norman Batten finished second and
got $5,000; John Duff third, $2,500;
fourth, Fred Comer, $1,750; fifth, Ed-
die Hearne, $1,300; sixth, Benny Hill,
$1,100; seventh, Frank Elliott, $950;
eighth, Pete de Paolo, $850; ninth,
Ralph Hepburn, $800, and tenth, Ben
Jones, §750. Seven drivers who quali-
fied but failed to complete the race
got $750 each, while extra prizes to-
talling $2,200 were paid, making a
grand total of $32,450 paid in cash te
the driving daredevils. Not an acci-
dent of any kind happened in the big
bowl while the race was in progress,
and it is estimated that fifty thousand
people were present.
Poison the Cutworms.
A poison bait made of 20 pounds of
bran, one pound of Paris green or
white arsenic, and two quarts of cheap
molasses is recommended for control
of cutworms. Ask the county agent
to mix and apply it.
Bellefonte Down to Third Place in
Susquehanna League.
Bellefonte fans witnessed a splendid
game of ball, last Thursday evening,
when the local team played Lock
Haven on Hughes field. After playing
nine innings game was called on ac-
count of darkness with the score a tie,
each team having made two runs.
Rain on Saturday prevented the game
between the Kew-Bees and Bellefonte
on Hughes field. The standing of the
clubs to date is as follows:
Jersey Shore
Mill Hall
Bellefonte ....co0000
Williamsport P. R. R. ..ceevvese
Kew Bees ....o0veee
Renovo ........
Sessssrassssnssense .e
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Notice is hereby given that the following
persons and firms in Centre County have
been appraised and liable for mercantile
taxes for the year 1926, which are due and
payable May 1st, 1926.
Bower, A. F., implements.
Boob, W. E., implements.
Krape, J. F., candy.
Rupp, W. G., meat.
Stover, A. S., wall paper.
Stover, G. KE., auto supplies.
Smith, Chas. A., gas and tires.
smith, O. P., merchandise.
Stover, V. T., confectionery
Armstrong, Earl R., meat.
Ammerman, G. R., groceries.
Anderson, Charles W., confections.
Aikey, J. Bliss, groceries.
Bartley, Frank, confectionery.
Bilger, Chus., confecticnery.
Baum, Sim, clothing.
Bellefonte Hudson Sales Co., autos.
3cezer, P. L. Est, meat,
Jrouse, R. 8. groceries.
Bell tonte ruel & Supply Co. coal
Bonfatto, G., fruits.
Bellefonte Hardware Co., hardware,
Blair, BF. P. & Son, jewelry.
Botiorf Bros. auto supplies.
Lellefonte Bakery, coniections.
Brachbill, W. HK. furniture.
Blackford, Clyde I., cigars.
Bickett, W. W,, cigars.
Jeezer, George A., auto supplies.
Big Spring Motor Co., auto supplies.
jeatty Motor Co., auto supplies.
Beliefonte Lumber Co., lumber.
Cooney, Elizabeth, millinery.
Cooke, C. E., furniture.
City Cash Grocery, groceries.
Carpeneto, J. L., fruits.
Crossley, W. E., jewelry.
Cowher, H. D. & Co., clothing.
City Bakery, confections.
Clevenstine, C. ¥., confectionery.
Capella, Joseph, fruits,
Coxey, W. C., groceries.
Caldwell & Co., plumbing.
Geil, B..G., «i y
Cohen & ¢o., merchandise,
7. W., paint.
heck Bros, auto supplies.
Deitrick, Dunlap Cadillae Co.
Daan, Mrs. Chas., groceries.
Dunklebarger, W. J. confectionery.
Edgefonte Filling Sta., oil and gas.
Ikekman & Furey, cigars. .
Electric Supply Co., electric supplies.
Eckenroth, E. J., paper and paint.
Emerick, W. J., tires.
FEekel & Gettig, meats.
Fauble, A., clothing.
Finke ie, David, cigars.
Grove, A. C., cigars.
Garman, Edw. I, notions.
Genua, Angelo, cigars.
Garbrick Bros., merchandise.
Gross, J. W. and Sen, groceries.
Garbrick, H. E., groceries.
Green, Edward, confections.
Hunter, J. D., stationery.
Hood's Billiard Parlor. cigars.
Hazel & Co., merchandise.
Hassinge:r, Mrs. Louise, confections.
Haupt, G. Edward, auto supplies.
Herr & Heverly, groceries.
Houser, Elias R., oil and gas.
Heverly, J. O., auto supplies.
Hazel, Thomas F., groceries.
Hockman, N. J., feed.
Hagen, Paige, Jewett Co., auto supplies.
Hoy, S. H. & Son, produce.
Haines Shoe Co., shoes.
Harter Music Store, pianos.
Hockman, J. C., auto supplies.
Hoover, G. B., groceries.
Irwin, Edgar.
I. 0. 0. F. Club, confections.
Imperial Refining Co., oil and gas.
Johnsonbaugh, George, produce,
Jodon, Van S., coal.
Jodon, J. C., groceries.
Klinger, Wm. E., confectionery.
Kissell, W. R., meats.
Kramer, Harry E., fish.
Knisely, George H., confectionery.
Kale, 8. E., merchandise. *
Katz, William 8., merchandise.
Krader Motor Co., auto supplies.
Kofman & Co., coal. Tors
Keystone Power Co., electric supplies.
Love, Lynn, merchandise.
Lyons & Witmer, plumbing.
Lyon & Co., merchandise.
Landsy, M. A, cigars.
Miller, David, store.
Miles, E. J. Mrs., cigars.
McGarvey, P. M., auto supplies.
Mingle, A. C., shoes.
Miller, George A., hardware.
McGinley, A. L., paper and paint,
Mayer, ¥. M., feed. Te
Montgomery & Co., clothing.
McCalmont & Co., lumber.
Marshall, W. D., produce.
McCrory, J. G. & Co., 5 and 10c store.
Mallory Studio, cameras.
McCoy, W. O., oil and gas.
Nighthart, J. L., cigars.
McDowell, D. A., confectionery.
Malone, Blanche, merchandise.
Martin, W. H.
New America Restaurant, confectionery.
Oriole Stores Co. No. 1, groceries.
Oriole Stores Co. No. 2, groceries.
O’Brien, G. W., merchandise.
Olewine, John Est., hardware.
Ripka, Clarence F., merchandise.
Potter-Hoy Hardware Co., hardware.
Parrish, C. M., drugs.
Poorman, S. H., auto supplies.
Rossman, J. B., auto supplies.
Runkle, M. B., drugs.
Roan, Wm., groceries.
Roan, Robert, confections.
Radio Sale & Supply Co., radios.
Showers, Mrs. Claude, confectionery.
Smoyer, Mrs. Ida B., confectionery.
Sasserman, Frank, oil and gas.
Schofield, James, harness.
Spigelmyer, G. R. & Co., merchandise.
Shope, W. R. Lumber Co., lumber.
Smith, H. Russell, confections.
Schaeffer, H. P., hardware.
Schad, A. E.,, plumbing.
Schlow, Charles, merchandise.
The Atlantic Refining Co., oil and gas.
The Bon Mott, confectionery.
The Great A. and P. Tea Co., groceries.
‘The Kellerman Store, merchandise.
The Mott Drug Store, drugs.
Triangle Filling Sta., oil and gas.
Thomas, M. J. Coal Co., coal.
Thal, J. ¥., confections.
Twitmire, W. T., hardware.
Tate, C. F., plumbing.
Tanner's Cut Rate Drug Store, drugs.
Wagner, H. B., feed.
Weis’ Pure Food Store, groceries.
Weis Pure Food Store No. 2, groceries.
Wright Laura, confectionery.
Witten, Israel, junk.
Willard, D. I. & Son, clothing.
West, F. W. Co., furniture.
Waite, Darius, implements.
Witmer, R. C., electric supplies.
Wagner, C. Y. & Co., feed.
Wion, Willis E., auto supplies.
Winton, Harry & Son, coal.
Yeager, Ruth, merchandise.
Zeller, J. & Son, drugs.
Bowes, W. A,, coal.
Deitz, W. C., merchandise.
Harter, N. I, auto supplies.
James, O. E. & Son, merchandise.
Kunes, T. M., merchandise.
Kissinger, W. F., merchandise.
Moon, A. R., cigars.
Page, A. E., merchandise.
Rothrock, Sarah, Mrs., notions.
Spangler, W. H., merchandise.
Vonada, W. H., merchandise.
Charles, F. M., plumber.
Ferguson, George, cigars.
Hazel, A. J., merchandise,
Ishler, John G., meat.
Jordon, Jesse, merchandise.
Patterson, J. D., merchandise.
Rishel, 8. R., auto supplies.
Tennis, W. F., merchandise.
Bradford & Co., coal.
Bland, W. H., fish.
Boozer, D. A., harness.
Bradford, David, implements.
Benner, G. 0., merchandise.
Bender, Fred, drugs.
Carter, Lola M., confectionery.
Cuppler, Chas. T., confectionery.
Centre Hall Pharmacy, drugs.
Coldren, M. B,, candy.
Coldren, J. M., wall paper and paint.
Campbell, R. P., cigars.
Detweiler, J. H., produce.
Dauberman, J. G., meats.
Emery, C. F., merchandise.
Fetteroff, James, auto supplies.
Fredericks, Samuel, feed.
Grove, H. H., produce.
Goodhart, James, produce,
auto sup-
Grove, B. Gardner, gas.
Homan’s Restaurant, confectionery.
Hosterman, W. R., auto supplies.
Homans’ Garage, auto supplies.
Hockman, C. N., produce and feed.
Herr, Max, junk.
Henney, Mrs. L., millinery.
Ishler, George, meats.
Kerlin Grand View Poultry Farm.
Lingle, W. H., produce.
Mitterling, D. C., cigars.
McCoy, Emma, Miss, bread.
Meiss, G. R., merchandise.
Nevel, W. C., produce.
Oriole Stores, grocerie¥. :
Odenkirk, W. A., merchandise.
Orndorf, Geo. D., produce.
Rossman, D. A., implements.
Steren, Geo. H., coal.
Smith, T. L., hardware.
Schaeffer, J. Roy, produce.
Stover, David, produce.
Widemyre, W. C., produce.
Bald Eagle Supply Co., merchandise.
Heaton, James, groceries.
Central Garage, auto supplies.
Friedman, Jacob, merchandise,
Harm, O. J., merchandise.
Hall, W. B. & Son, candy and cigars.
Kolessa, James, cigars.
oshko, Andy, merchandise.
Koshko PBros., merchandise.
Kachik, A. M., merchandise.
Kaehik, J. M., cigars.
Pinchok, Geo., groceries.
Rushnock, Elizabeth, groceries.
Reeser, Harry, meats.
Rushnock, Mary, groceries.
The Atlantic Refining Co. gas and oil.
Corman, C. F., produce.
Coburn Farm Products Co., produce.
Coburn Grain and coal, grain and coal.
Dinges, Lloyd, feed.
Jisenhuth, R. T., produce.
Mingle, A. E., merchandise.
Malone, J. I., produce.
Musser, C. E. & Son, merchandise.
Sheffield Farms Ceo., Inc, produce.
Calhoun, Rey, auto supplies.
Houtz, J. H., produce.
Toit. (}. W. & Son, lumber.
Holt. 8S. W., merchandise.
Janet, Harry, junk.
Lindermuth, H. D., auto supplies.
McElwain Bros., merchandise,
McQuigg, C. J., gas.
Stere, J. B., merchandise.
Stere, H. M., ice cream.
Smith, F. W., feed.
The Atlantic Refining Co., oil and gas.
Baney, Cora, auto supplies.
Corman, John, merchandise.
Condo, J. F.. merchandise.
Emenhizer, H., produce.
fox, C. M., implements.
Gledhill, A. D., confections.
Green, Edward, groceries.
Harter, Walter D., furs.
Haines, J. I, produce.
Heaton, leslie, produce.
Jenkins, Mabel C., drugs.
Kline, H. A., groceries.
Kronin., Jack, bread.
Lucas, C. C., merchandise. :
Lucas, Miss M., confectionery.
Lucas, Oscar M., confections.
Long, W. H., feed.
Miner, M., jewelry.
McCartney, S. R., merchandise.
Pletcher, Alice M., millinery.
Pletcher, Harold, confections.
Pletcher, Thomas A., harness.
Pletcher, Charles E., oils.
Pletcher, I. B., merchandise.
Schenck, A. A., hardware.
Shope, Cyrus, confectionery.
Tice. L. E., confectionery.
Weber's B. Sons, merchandise,
Williams, Geo. L., confectionery.
Wolf. 8. J., merchandise.
Yearick, Walter, confections.
Yearick, C. A., meats.
Hoy, Geo. F., merchandise.
Hublersburg Supply Co., merchandise.
Hiney, J. B., produce.
Miller, Max, produce.
Andrews, Anna, oil and gas.
Alexander, Mrs. R. M., hread.
Beals, Mrs. Eniory! conféctionery.
Lorruh, Mabel, coal.
Mattern, H. K., produce.
Maitern, J. R., produce,
Nason, O. H., oil and gas.
Tallhellm, Walter G., groceries.
Turner, J. H., merchandise.
Diehl, Raymond, confections.
Kato Supply Co., merchandise.
Bohn, Geo. J., merchandise.
Evey, A. H., groceries,
Evey, E. W. & Son, groceries.
Lemont Garage, oil and gas.
Lenxer, J. E., merchandise.
Meyer, D. G., confectionery.
Mitchell, John, hardware.
Ross, J. H. merchandise.
Ross, Lynn W., feed.
Ross, Elmer C., coal.
Schreck Bros., auto supplies.
Stover, George B., groceries.
Eberts, 0. D., merchandise.
Miles, J. B. confectionery.
Richards, D. R., auto supplies.
Bergner, Albert, merchandise.
Vulcan Trading Co., merchandise.
Grove, A. A., merchandise.
Lewis, Mulhollan, merchandise.
Pinchok, George & Son, meat.
Provision Dept. Store, merchandise.
Bartges, C. E., jewelry.
Confer, H. J., merchandise.
Everett, Thomas, merchandise.
Goldberg, Ike, merchandise.
Hockman, A. F., feed.
Hockman, A. F., confections.
Workman, C. C., merchandise,
Adams, Mary C., confections.
Hugg & Cramer, confections.
Jodon, C. E., groceries.
Miles, O. BE. & Son, merchandise.
McCullough J. M. & Son, merchandise.
Milesburg Store Co., merchandise.
Newman, Wm. J., confections.
Piper, G. C., meat.
Roberts, W. A., drugs.
Scholl & Peters, auto supplies.
Sprankle, T. C., groceries.
Smith, W. W., auto suplies.
Smith, E. W., cigars.
Smith, L. L., merchandise,
Smith, John H., merchandise.
Sherry, D. P., oil and gas.
Sicen Robert, groceries.
picer, Effie confectionery.
Spangler, Wesley, confectionery,
Wetzler, F. L., merchandise,
Burd, Mrs. L. V., millinery.
Brest, F. & Son, produce.
Boob, John M., meats.
Boob’s Lunch Room, confectionery.
Breon, S. M., groceries.
Bowersox, B. W., drugs.
Campbell, 8. M., furniture.
Columbus, Sol, junk.
Deitrick, A. B., 5 and 10 cent store.
Frank, A. A. & Sons, merchandise.
Grazier, W. R., confectionery.
Hosterman & Stover, hardware.
McMullen Bros., feed.
Michaels Clothing Co., clothing.
Musser, G. O., produce.
Millheim Motor Co., auto supplies.
Miller, Charles A., auto supplies.
Mauck, E. W., confections.
Nieman, D. J., clothing.
Oriole Stores, groceries.
Ripka, B. 8., gas and cigars.
Stover, R. S., jewelry.
Schreckengast, E. R., merchandise.
Springer, S. R., cigars.
Spigelmeyer, J., groceries.
Stover, Charles F., implements,
Ulrich, T. B., cigars.
Wiser, F. F., gas. “
Betz, M. S., merchandise.
Beck, J. H. & Son, merchandise.
Long, C. M., produce.
Long, H. A., produce.
Mauck, C. W., auto supplies.
Peck Bros., merchandise,
Strunk, W. B., confections.
Williams, S. T., confectionery.
Yearick, N. H., merchandise.
Kidder & Raymond, coal.
Louder, R. J., merchandise.
Raymond & Holmes, coal.
Orviston Suply Co., merchandise.
Young, Fred, merchandise.
Asheroft, James, confectionery.
Broberg, Charles G., groceries.
Denchak, George, groceries.
Dixon, Mrs. Jerry, groceries.
Denchak, Joseph G., groceries.
Domnick, Joe, groceries.
Goss, R. J., groceries.
Gravish, T. J., groceries.
Kasmark, Ben, groceries.
Katules, William, groceries.
Labock, Ollie, milinery.
Pebrazzian, John B., groceries.
Wood, William, hardware.
Wright’s Garage, auto suplies.
Zignor, Anthony, groceries.
Goheen, R. G., produce.
Rossman, J. F., merchandise.
Tressler, Aaron W., oils.
Ward, W. S., merchandise.
Ammerman, E. W., feed.
Dunlap, George it, merchandise.
Elder, J. E., harness.
Keller, John & Co., coal.
Kline & Son, auto supplies.
Loucks Restaurant, confectionery.
Loucks Restaurant, confectionery.
Martz, E. C., merchandise.
The Russell Restaurant, confections.
Thompson, W. I. confections.
Williams, J. H., harness.
Allison, Dean, garage.
Bennett, Wm., merchandise.
Burket, I. G., merchandise.
Eves, J. P., produce. *
Eves, Chester, produce. :
Gray, John I., produce.
Griflin, H. P., merchandise
Hoy, John H., merchandise. 4
Hartsock, FI. R., produce. i
Hoover, W. T., hardware. 2
Leitzell, 8S. S., plumber.
Lykens, H. B., merchandise.
Lykens, H. B., confectionery.
McAfee, EE. E., produce.
Mattern, J. C., produce.
Osman, Wm. P., auto supply.
Patton, J. H., oil and gas.
Pringle, C. M., merchandise.
Putt, E. M., groceries.
Richards, J. N., meat.
leese, A. W., merchandise.
Redenberger & Baumgartner, oil and gas.
Thomas, D. R., produce.
Thomas, J. F., auto supplies.
Thomas, A. C., oil and gas.
Woodring, Z. W., confectionery.
Waite, H. B., produce.
Williams Bros., feed.
Williams Bros, Garage, auto supplies.
Beckwith, J. T., merchandise.
Askey, Robert and Ruth, confectionery.
Jeates, Edith, candy.
Hoover, Edw. C., candy.
Baird, L. E., confections.
Jodon & Son, auto supplies.
Lex, Joseph, meat.
Mong, John H., groceries.
Noll, H. T., auto supplies.
Noll, W. H. & Son, merchandise.
Noll, Ray C., confections.
Peters auto Service Statiom, gas and oil.
Stitzer, C. K., merchandise.
Vulean Trading Co., merchandise.
Acton, Harry, groceries.
Adelman, Louis, clothing.
Asheroft Floral Shop, florist.
Adelman & Ratowsky, dry goods.
Brink's Hotel, confectionery.
Butler, Wm. cigars.
Juzzell, Edgar R., drugs.
Brown, W. B,, drugs.
Bowers, John, cigars.
Beals, J. W., groceries.
Brown's Boot Shop, shoes.
‘Candy Kitchen, candy.
Callahan, H. A., meats.
Cole, Raymond T., auto supplies.
Centre Milling Co., lumber..
Carpenter, H. M., millinery.
Cole, Plumbing and Heating Co., plumb-
"Demi’s Garage, auto supplies.
Davis, C. H., jewelry.
Dunsmore, R. P., auto supplies.
Demmi, E. E., plumber.
Delancy, W. F., meat.
Dennison, D. J., auto supplies.
Driver, Thos., confectionery.
Erhart, B. C.. merchandise.
Erb, C. W., candy.
Electric Supply Co., electric supplies.
Edwards, J. S., shoes.
Elljay Stores Co., merchandise.
Freeman, Market,meat.
Fashion Shop, clothing.
Flack, Howard, confectionery.
Freeman, Mrs. Harry, millinery.
Finberg, Louis, clothing. i
Flegal, H. L., auto supplies.
Finberg, Max, junk.
Finberg, Isaac, coal.
Fryberger, W. 8., confectionery.
Gates, Harry, produce.
Graham, R. H., paint.
Goldthrop, Ephriam, groceries.
Gill, Will F., sporting goods.
Guelick, P. L., auto supplies.
Goodrich, Dora, groceries.
Glover, Ed. Mrs., produce.
Hoffer’s Novelty Shop, notions.
Hodes, Abe, meat.
Hillman, Thos., cigars.
Herwitz Hdw. Co., hardware.
Henderson's Style Shop, clothing.
Hollings, Walter, groceries.
Hummel, A. H., groceries.
Haworth Furniture Co., furniture.
Hoffman, J. L., tobacco.
Hockman, H. L., groceries.
Humphrey Bros., plaster board.
Ibberson, John, clothing.
Ibberson’s Drug Store, drugs.
Jones & Co., hardware.
Jaffee, L., fruit.
Jones, Edw., G., merchandise.
Jones, Calvin, wall paper.
Juschik, K., cigars.
Kruger, A. H,, gas.
Keystone Grocery & Tea Co., groceries.
Kennard, R. W,, jewelry.
Kephart, J. F., hardware.
Kellock, George H., confections.
Kaplin, Harry.
Krixtern, Aaron, groceries.
Kipka, Emory, groceries.
Lupton, John C., confectionery.
Lingenfelter, R. C., confectionery.
Lincoln Market, meat.
Musser Bros., merchandise. :
Maguire, Walter, auto supplies.
McCord, O. P., oil and gas.
Musser, M. A. and O. B., groceries.
McCrory, J. G. & Co., 5 and 10c. store.
Mayes, George, Mrs. groceries.
Maurer, J. L., hardware.
Miller, 8S. Z., gents furnishings.
McCausland, Thos. G., jewelry.
Modern Restaurant, cigars.
Mark, H. A., Motor Co., auto supplies.
Maytag Sales Co., machines.
Myers, J. W., confections.
Moore's Garage, auto supplies.
Mattern’s Meat Market, meats.
Michael, A. B., Mrs., millinery.
Markowitz, Mrs. A., clothing.
Norris, T. H. & Son, auto supplies.
Nason’s Garage, auto supplies.
Oxley Watson Co., merchandise.
Owens, C. W., auto supplies.
Olsan, E. G., groceries.
Owens, W. F., pianos.
Oriole Stores Co., groceries.
Philipsburg Radiator Co., radiators.
Parsky, Louis, clothing.
Point Cash Grocery, groceries.
Pritchard, Josiah, auto supplies.
Philipsburg Taxidermy Co., sporting
Pioneer Tea Room, confections.
Parker, Geo., G., florist.
Philipsburg Motor Bus Co., auto sup-
Purity Milk Co., milk.
Pezalski, Herman, merchandise.
Phbg. Battery and Fire Service, batter-
Phbg. Motor Sales Co., auto supplies.
Passmore Hotel, cigars.
People’s Cash Meat Market, meat.
Quality Boot Shop, shoes.
Rauckle, Lewis, confectionery.
Rusnok & Sons, groceries.
Rittenhouse, H. D., groceries.
Rothrock, Studio, films.
Reed, J. O., feed.
Roeling, J. M. & Co., jewelry.
Roger, W. E,, cigars.
R. M. Electric Shop, electric supplies.
Richards, Howard H., meat.
Solomon, Jacob, groceries.
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