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PINE GROVE MENTION.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Corl, of Juniata,
spent Sunday with relatives in town.
The venerable Joel Ferree had a bad
fall on Monday, fracturing several
The I. W. T. mission band will hold
a festival at Graysville this (Friday)
George O'Bryan, of Axe Mann,
spent the Sabbath with his mother in
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Musser, of Indi-
ana, Pa., were Saturday visitors with
Mrs. W. H. Musser, of Bellefonte, is
a guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
G. H. Woods.
Archie Laird and family, of the
Glades, spent the Sabbath with friends
Miss Edith V. Dale has enrolled as
a two weeks instructor in music at
Charles Leach, who is employed on
the Curt Meyer farm, spent Sunday
at his home near Selinsgrove.
James Kline and family motored
over Old Tussey and spent Sunday
with relatives at Mooresville.
Mrs. Sarah Ann Neidigh is housed
up this week with illness, though her
condition is not considered serious.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Detwiler and Mr.
and Mrs. Brosser, all of Altoona, were
Rock Springs visitors on Saturday.
C. M. Dale 4nd wife and W. H. Fry
Jr., motored to Mifflinburg, on Mon-
day, to visit the Hugh Dale family.
Miss Sarah Hartswick, of Altoona,
has returned home after spending two
weeks at the Samuel B. Wasson home.
‘Squire E. K. Woomer and Martha
Johnston, of Graysville, spent Friday
afternoon in town on a business mis-
Haymaking is still the order of the
day, even if it is but about a fifty per
cent. crop. Grain harvest started this
Charles Homan and family joined a
party of Centre Hall people for a pic-
nic at Hairy John’s park, one day last
Mrs. Anna Grove and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Arbel, of Juniata, were
Sunday visitors at the W. B. Ward
Will Farber, of State College, suf-
fered a partial stroke of paralysis, on
Friday, but has now improved very
Miss Mary McWilliams, of Holli-
daysburg, and Miss Florence Colobine,
of Tyrone, are visiting relatives in
Miss Jeannette Decker, of Belle-
fonte, was a last week visitor at :the
home of her uncle, Joseph C. Meyers,
on the Branch.
J. W. Sunday has recovered from
his recent illness and resumed his job
rain and hail
as mail carrier between State Col-
lege and Pine Grove Mills.
Mrs. J. M. Kepler and daughter,
Mrs. Sarah Grapp, are here from
Pittsburgh spending the hot weather
on the old Kepler farm in the Glades.
Emory Johnson, wife and two boys
motored in from McDonald, Ohio, to
visit relatives in the valley. Mr.
Johnson is now chief of police in his
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cronemiller, of
Patton, and Mrs. John Lytle, of
Juniata, spent the early part of the
week among friends at Pine Hall and
At a congregational meeting held
in the Presbyterian church, on Sun-
day, W. Elmer Reed and G. C. Bur-
well were elected elders to succeed D.
B. Lowder and David Barr.
Rev. J. S. English is arranging his
camping outfit for his annual vacation
during the month of August, which he
and his family will spend in the moun-
tains of the New England States.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wagner and Mrs.
Sarah Everts, motored to Tionesta to
visit the Robert Homan family. Mr.
Homan is a former Pine Grove Mills
boy but is now numbered among the
leading business men of Tionesta.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dannley and
Mr. and Mrs. Acheson, of Medina,
Ohio, are guests at Tussey lodge on
Point Lookout, for a ten days outing.
They are also visiting among friends
in various sections of the county.
Pathmasters Glenn and Musser are
widening the road over Tussey moun-
tain from Pine Grove Mills, and blow-
ing cut some of the big rocks with
dynamite. They have already made
good progress and the road is fast
getting into splendid shape.
Rev. Charles Patton will fill the
pulpit in the Graysville church on
Sunday morning, which will probably
be his last public appearance before
sailing early in August for India,
where he has been engaged in mission-
ary work the past twenty years or
During the storm on Monday night
the home of Ed. S. Moore, west of
town, was struck by lightning and set
on fire between the weatherboarding
and plaster. A bucket brigade extin-
guished the flames before they made
much headway, consequently little
damage was done.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mokle, daughter
Beatrice and sons John Jr., and Wil-
liam, of Howard; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bailey, of Boalsburg; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Renn, of Clarion, N. E. Hess,
Sara and Walter Dreiblebis were en-
tertained at the S. M. Hess home on
the Branch, on Sunday.
Our post-office is now definitely
located up town on Main street only a
short distance from where it was lo-
cated a hundred years ago. At that
time the mail was carried in a coach
and four and the Dollar Paper, a
weekly periodical, was the only city
paper which reached here.
Rev. J. Max Kirkpatrick is steering
Only a Few
srry (OF seem
On Tuesday next our Big Summer
Sale will end.
in to look over the WONDERFUL
BARGAINS in Mens Wear—there
is still time.
If you haven't been
a new Nash sedan and has been mak-
| ing good use of it this week in show-
ing his sister from Philadelphia and
J. H. Hayden, of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
the many beauty spots of Centre coun-
ty. Mr. Hayden is a Civil war veteran
and though in his 90th year is still
hale and hearty.
The old and well known grist mill
at McAlevy’s Fort was entirely des-
troyed by fire, with all its contents,
last Friday. The fire started in the
engine room at about eight o’clock in
the morning. Just how the fire orig-
inated is unknown. The mill was
purchased last spring by E. H. Au-
man, of our town. He carried some
insurance but not sufficient to cover
the loss. The mill will probably be
The committee that had charge of
collecting money and fixing up the old
cemetery has submitted the following
Money received from all sources— $1283.58
Grading... i ihaassvctcaesiiae $401.30
Resetting of stones ............... 258.71
Tools and extra iabor ..........-. 18.00
Seeds ., list i cis nenrnene 18.00
Postage .cisrivrveece icine, 2.60
Totals... ..... 0h kids $811.56
Balance in Treasury ..........uus.. 472.02
George Mothersbaugh is driving a
new Durant sedan.
Mrs. Edward Riley is slowly re-
covering from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Clement G. Dale, of
Pleasant Gap, were visitors in town
Mrs. Katharin Saunders, of Centre
Hall, spent several days among
friends in town.
Messrs. Robert Reitz and Jerre
Dunklebarger, of Tipton, were visitors
in town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mothersbaugh
and daughter, of Altoona, spent last
week at the home of George Mothers-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coxey and
children and Paul Coxey, of Altoona,
were week-end visitors at the Coxey-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corl, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Hosterman, attended the Reformed
reunion at Lakemont Park on Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs, Forest McGirk and
daughter Jane, of Altoona, spent Sun-
day in town. They were accompanied
home by Miss Anna Dale, who will
visit friends in Altoona for several
Misses Mildred and Katharine Gin-
grich, girl Scouts, Harold Wagner
and several conmanions and R. C.
Young and family were membexs of
different camping parties who spent
the week-end in the mountains.
After a two weeks visit among
friends in this vicinity Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben Stuart and daughter, former-
ly of Crafton, left Saturday morning
‘for a week-end visit with friends in
Reading, enroute to Florida where
they expect to locate.
visit in. Philadelphia, Wilmington and
Washington, D. C.
Glenn Zong purchased a Ford sedan
Lester Smith, of Altoona, was a
week-end guest at the Wagner home.
Junior, the young son of merchant
and Mrs. Ralph Lowder, has been on
the cick list the past week.
Mrs. Wayne Rishel and daughters
spent Wednesday visiting with Mrs.
Earl Houtz, at State College.
Mr. William Fry, of Tacoma, Wash-
ington, was greeting old acquaint-
ances about town last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Korman and
children, of Osceola Mills, were week-
end visitors at the Mrs, Eva Korman
home at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zong and Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Zong and son were
Saturday evening callers at the Geo.
Lohr home, at Penn Hall.
Kenneth Zong was so unfortunate,
Sunday to tramp on a neil which peie-
trated his foot. At this writing the
injured part is healing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Oran Grove and chil-
dren, of near Philadelphia, are visitors
at the J. J. Tressler. home. Mrs.
Grove and children expect tg remain
here indefinitely, while Mr. Grove will
return home this week.
John Kerlin, who is living in the
State of Minnesota, spent several days
last week with his sister, Mrs. Thomas
Gramley. Mrs. Gramley is at present
a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ross
Lowder, at Locust Hill farm.
The P. O. S. of A. will hold a fes-
tival at Runville July 24th. Every-
body is invited.
Emanuel and Roy Rodgers, of Ty-
rone, called at the L. J. Heaton home
on Friday evening.
Helen Kauffman visited the past
week at Philipsburg with her friend,
Miss Edith Brower.
Mrs. James Flick, of Altoona, spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Austin Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Johnson were in
Philipsburg on Sunday and spent the
day with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brower.
Frank Lucas and his sister, Mrs.
Mary Heaton, spent the week-end at
Altoona with their sister, Mrs. E. R.
Mrs. Alice Fetzer, after visiting
with her brother, D. F. Poorman, for
two weeks, left for her home at Avis
A festival for the benefit of the
Advent cemetery will be held at
Runville Saturday evening, July 31st.
Anyone having loved ones buried in
that cemetery are expected to help
make this festival a success. The
proceeds will go to cleaning and beau-
tifying the place. The festival will
be held in John Lucas’ field right
along the State road. Music by
Wetzler’s band. Everybody welcome.
They: will also -
W.R. Shope Lumber Co.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Millwork and Roofing
Call Bellefonte 432
Where the Better-Class Photoplays are Shown
Each Evening at 6.30 o’clock.
Monday July 26th
The Story of a Nation on the March.
A Paramount Picture.
Margurite Harrison, Merian Cooper
and Ernest Schoedsack traveled thous-
ands of miles to shoot this picture
and encountered many strange peo-
ples. Just as “The Covered Wagon”
was the American epic migration; so
is “Grass” a film that will harbor for
centuries to come, the record of a
tribe of nomads who are slowly paas-
ing from this earth.
Tues. and Wed., July 27-28
With “Anna Q. Nilsson,” “Huntley
Gordon” and Charley Murray.
You'll never forget me as long as
you live!” Crying out as he pinned
her soul to the door of prison, the
woman who wanted to live and love,
recoils to strike back at the man who
has taken precious years just when
life is sweetest. But many a woman
who has a chance to wound with hate
prays for a second chance to balm the
hurt with love!
Thursday July 29th
a Garamount Qicture
With Bebe Daniels, Ricardo Cortez,
[EEEY? Wallace Beery. -
A William Howard Production.
Love melodrama on the island of
Martinique, where events following
the eruption of the volcano Mt. Pelee
bring love and happiness to a pretty
Friday and Sat., July 30-31
“01d LOVeS ua NeW”
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Lewis Stone and Barbara Bedford
head the cast of an exceptionally
promising screen production, “Old
Loves and New,” Marion Fairfax’s
picturization of the celebrated E. M.
Hull novel, “The Desert Healer.” This
First National release is said to be
the finest story yet written by Mrs.
Hull illustrious as the author of “The
Shiek.” “Old Loves and New” was
directed by Maurice Tourneur and has |
in the supporting cast Tully Marshall,
Katherine McDonald, Walter Pidgeon
and Ann Rork.
Where You Always See a Good Show.
Friday and Sat., July23-24
Wm’ Fox presents
“ Hard Boiled” |
With Helen Chadwick.
Staging a fierce battle upon the
roof of a rapidly-moving passenger
train, Tom Mix, as Jeff Boyden, in
“Hard Boiled,” again demonstrates
beyond all question that he is one of
the most daring stunt-stars in the
moving picture world.
aman (J emeeeae
“The Wilderness Woman.”
“Alonza of the South Seas.”
Do Parents Realize
the Tremendous Handicap Defective
Vision Places Upon Children ?
ime and again it has been proven that success in early
life depends on good eyesight,
Will Parents ever
realize that the very success of their child hinges on
the condition of his eyes ?
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
We say they will—but, first, they must
Have your child’s eyes examined every six months.
Wednesday—2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday--10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Dr. Eva B. Roan
Real Estate Transfers.
E. M. Woodring, et ux, to Clifford
Kelley, et ux, tract in Worth Twp.;
Ellen G. Gray to Merrill T. Eisen-
hauer, et ux, tract in Bellefonte; $2,-
Harriet R. Smith to Samuel Byrant,
et ux, tract in Bellefonte; $1500.
Stefan Butika, et ux, to Joseph
Puhalla, tract in Snow Shoe Twp.; $1.
Edward S. Erb, et ux, to St. Paul’s
Methodist Episcopal Church, tract in
State College; $4500.
OST.—Small brown purse containing
wedding ring and wrist watch.
Please return to Mrs. Uphoff, 28 N.
Spring St., Bellefonte.
OR SALE.—New 8 room house in
F all modern conveniences. For par-
Boalsburg. Hard wood floors and
ticulars, call Bell 16, Boalsburg, Pa.
OME AT STATE COLLEGE FOR
SALE.—Saturday, August 14th the
David O. Etters home and exira
lot, situate on south Miles St., State Col-
lege, will be offered at public sale. Sale
on the premises at 1.30 p. m. 1-20-3t
OAL LETTING.—Bids for furnishing
C Public Schools of Bellefonte with
300 tons high grade bituminous
coal delivered in buildings will be received
up to August 2, 1926. All bids must specify
mine from which coal will be shipped.
The School Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
71-29-2t M. E. BROUSE, Secretary.
ANTED.—Middle Aged Man. “Hust-
WwW lers make $50 to $100 or more
weekly selling Whitmes's guaran-
teed line of toilet articles, soaps, spices,
extracts and medicines. Centre County is
open for you. You only need team or car.
Experience unnecessary. Salesmanship
taught FREE. Full information on re-
quest. Write now.
THE H. C. WHITMER COMPANY,
71-28-3t Dept. 23 Columbus, Indiana.
IRA D. GARMAN
161 Seuth Eleventh Bt.
Have Your Diamonds Reset in Platinum
64-34-tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY
‘Rag Carpets and Rugs
A. W. KEICHLINE
Are as Common as Corns
Correct them Painlessly with
At Drug Stores,
or by Mail (postpaid) so cts.
W. H. GARMAN
P.0.Box 232 T7126-4t Bellefonte, Pa.
At a Reduced Rate
mn.28.6m J. M. KEICHLINE, Agent
MADE TO ORDER
Also Chairs Re-Caned
t=" All Orders Promptly Filled
E. Logan St., Bellefonte. GEO. W. JOHNSTON
71-20 11t .
Hauling of All Kinds
that can be done with 13 Ton Truck,
All Kinds of Live Stock
Calves, Cows, Bulls, Hogs, Chickens, Etc.
JOHN G. ISHLER,
Phone 104-W 71.27-3t* Boalsburg, Pa.
——Subseribe for the “Watchman.”
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.
ALE HELP WANTED.—Wanted 2
M salesmen for steady ' position in
this and nearby Counties to repre-
sent an cld established Company doing:
good business with small town folk for 49
years. Youth or gray haired no detriment.
Reliable men from 25 to 60 years of age
can qualify. New easy sales plan, free
training. Good pay every week. Address,
Sales Manager, Box 1632, Dept. St., Phila-
delphia, Pa. 71-27-3t..
XECUTOR’S NOTICE.—Letters testa-
E mentary having been granted to
the undersigned upon the estate of
A. Y. Wagner, late of Bellefonte borough,
deceased, all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate are requested to
make payment, and those having claims
against the same must present them, duly
authenticated, or settlement. :
GEORGE H. HAZEL,
Gettig & Bower, Executors,
Attorneys. 71-22-6t Bellefonte, Pa.
A of administration on the estate of
Mary C. Leathers, late of Union-
ville Boro., Centre county, having been
granted the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate
are hereby notified to make immediate
settlement thereof and those having
claims against the same should present
them, properly authenticated, for payment
CLARA LEATHERS, Administratrix
71-25-6t Unionville, Pa.
PERIFF'S SALE=By virtue of a.
S writ of Fieri Facias issued out of
the Court of Common Pleas of
Centre County, to me directed, will be ex-
posed to public sale at the Court House
in the Borough of Bellefonte, on
SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1926.
the following property:
All that certain messuage, tenement and
tract or lot of land situated in the Bor-
ough of Philipsburg, County of Centre
and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows, to-wit;
BEGINNING at a point on the West line
of North Centre Street, and at the corner
of lot of William Lehr, now William Coch-
ran; thence along the line of said lot in a
Southwesterly direction a distance of 117
feet to the line of Public Alley; thence by
line of said Alley in a Northwesterly di-
rection a distance of 33 feet to lot formerly
of Amos Potter, but now, Georgia Hewitt;
thence by line of said lot in a Northeas\er-
ly direction a distance of 117 feet to the
West line of Centre Street; thence by said
line of said street in a Southeasterly di-
rection, a distance of 33 feet to the corner
of lot of William Lehr, now William Coch-
ran and the place beginning.
Having erected thereon a single, two-
story frame dweiling house and other out-
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of John McCabe and Mrs.
Sale to commence at 1.30 o'clock p. m. of
E. R. TAYLOR, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Bellefonte,
Pa., June 29th, 1926.
A School District of Ferguson Town-
ship, Centre county, Penna., for the
year ending July 6th, 1926:
NNUAL AUDITORS’ REPORT of the
Bal. on hand July 6, 1925........ 5540.33
PRY i een iain a snere 9315.14
Non-resident tuition ............. 130.35
State appropriations ............ 6418.50
Sale of Kepler School Buildings .. 131.50
Other roceiD8 ...covvvrvnssnseess 260.27
Total Receipts... $21,786.09
(General Control, A)
SECTelary .....cccierinesinsrsionss $200.00
TrORSUTEr '.ccissesssrsrsvnceneny 75.00
Pax Collector. ..ecscenesvensrsrrses 279.45
AUQIOTS .....0c00cevsernssssrrons 7.00
Compulsory Edu & Census ...... 50.00
Other EXpenses .......evevonneee 91.46
Salaries of Teachers ............ $9040.00
Text BOOKS ....ecvevrresvinnerers 313.93
Supplies ......cidvvive dando vanes 336.15
High School Tuition ............ 3738.88
Institute Attendance ............ 240.00"
Other EXPENSES ..evveenvnrrennans 143.30
Total ceeecreess $13811.26
Auxiliary Agencies, C)
Transportation .......eceeeeeeees $640.00
(Operation D) i
Wages of Janitors ............ $88.00
Fuel o.vvviirecsrnrsiinnescnrsnee 564.91
Walter ...........cocie00tnin00ee 6.00*
Janitor Supplies ........ciiieeien 17.09
(Maintenance, E) ;
Repairs ....covssssssesssscrecsses $532.11
(Fixed Charges, F)
State Retirement Board ......... $176.25
INSUrance ......cececcccteievenns 22.65
Total soccconssss $198.90
Total of all payments,
A,B CDE and F .......... $16541.18
Total Receipts ..oevveeeivccnnans 21786.09
Total Expenditures .c..eceveeee 16541.18
Bal. on hand July 6, 1926 ...... $5244.91
We hereby certify that we have examin-
ed the above accounts and find them cor-
rect and that the securities of the officers
of the board are in accordance with the
law, (Section 2613.)
A. L. BOWERSOX,
J. H. McCRACKEN,
S. A, HOMAN,