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Where the Better-Class Photoplays are Shown
Each Evening at 6.15 o’clock.
Miss Crouse, Organist
- FIRST NATIONAL PRESENTS
New Yorkers forgot to watch their step
when “Stepping Along’ into Broadway!
And New York’s niftiest chorus frem
George White's Scandals does it's stuff
right on the Screen. Johnny's greatest
Also a Pathe Comedy “Smith's Visitor.”
Only 10 and 25c.
Monday and Tuesday
FIRST NATIONAL PRESENTS
CORINNE GRIFFITH and TOM MOORE
Luxury was just around the corner for
the Beautiful Piano Pounder of Tin Pan
alley, but just around the corner seems
like a million Miles away when your feet
are jigging rag-time in a bright-lights
honky-tonk and your heart is praying fer
a kiss in the dark. This is a show.
Also a first run Mack Sennett two reel
Comedy, “Love’s Last Laugh.”
As usual, 10 and 25c.
Wednesday and Thursday
PRODUCERS DIST. CORP. PRESENT
This is a pleasing Mythical Kingdom story
with a novel comedy angle, directed by
Donald Crisp. This cast needs no intro-
duction, but a word to the wise is sufli-
cient. So be sure and make a date with
yourself to see it. It's too good to miss.
Also “Fox News” and ‘Screen Snap-
Only 10 and 15 cents.
Friday and Saturday
MARSHALL NEILANS TRIUMPH
7—Big Headline Stars—7
BETTY BRONSON FORD STERLING
LOUISE DRESSER LAWRENCE GRAY
All the world’s a stage and everybody’s
acting, a Comedy drama that takes you
back-stage at the theatre. Based on a
real life story. Take this one in, if you
never go again, for it is one of the best
shows seen here in quite a spell.
Also a first run two-reel Comedy “Na-
Only 10 and 25 cents.
Where You Always See Good Shows.
Country Store Every Wednesday Night
The Graham Stock Co., that has been
playing here all this week, and packing
them in, will present two more Broadway
Plays this Friday and Saturday evenings
and if you are one of the few who have
missed them you still have a chance to
Admission, first floer ............c.00. 50cts
BalCONY ....covversrecsscascssrarssnns 85cts
Children ......ccooesesreseccessscnnnss 25¢ets
READ EM AND WEEP.
“The Great Gatsby”
“The Blond Saint”
“For Wives Only”
“Almost a Lady”
“The Prince of Tempters”
“The Four Horsemen”
Condemned Murderer Granted An-
other Respite by Governor.
Paul Orlakowski, the one man con-
victed of first degree murder in con-
nection with the riot in the western
penitentiary at Pittsburgh, in Febru-
ary, 1924, was granted another respite
by Governor Pinchot on Saturday
Nov. 27th. The original date for
Orlakowski’s electrocution was Octo-
ber 25th. On the Saturday previous,
while Orlakowski was being brought
to Rockview, the Governor granted
him a respite until November 22nd,
and he was taken off the train at Ty-
rone and taken back to Pittsburgh.
Owing to the fact that the board of
pardons did not meet at its regular
time in November Orlakowski was
given another week’s lease of life un-
til MoncCay of this week. At the
meeting of the board of pardons last
Wednesday the condemned man’s ap-
peal was denied.
On Saturday, Nov. 27th, sheriff Robt.
Braun, with three deputies, started on
the trip to Bellefonte with their pris-
oner. As they took him out of the
Allegheny county jail he was met by
his cousin, Nellie Kilp, who threw
her arms around his neck and kissed
him good-bye. Before the train reach-
ed Bellefonte, however, Governor Pin-
chot, at the intercession of the Poi-
ish Consul and others interested in
Orlakowski’s case, granted him an-
other respite until December 27th.
When the train reached Bellefonte
the Allegheny county sheriff and his
prisoner were met at the depot by
deputy warden McFarland with the
prison van and four guards, who act-
ed as a guard on the trip to Rockview.
On their arrival there they received
word of the respite and when Orla-
kowski was informed that it had been
granted he merely smiled and shrug-
ged his shoulders.
When the train came into Bellefonte
a young woman jumped off and hail-
ing a taxi followed the prison van to
Rockview and it was the general opin-
ion that she was the mysterious wo-
man in the case, but such was not a
fact. She was merely going to the
penitentiary on some affair relative to
another prisoner in whom she is in-
PINE GROVE MENTION.
Mrs. Rachel Wilson is still quite ill.
D. F. Bell, of Wooster, Ohio, spent
last week at his parental home here.
W. B. Fry carted a load of porkers
to the Petersburg market on Monday.
Fred Corl motored down from Jun-
iata and spent Sunday with his
Miss Mabel Musser is suffering with
an abscess in her ear and other com-
Mr. and Mrs. John Corl, of Struble,
are visiting their two children, in
Mrs. W. A. Hoy and Mrs. W. T.
Homan motored to the Lumber city,
on Saturday. :
Rev. J. Max Kirkpatrick was entei-
tained at dinner, on Sunday, at the
Dr. Woods home.
Sarah Hess, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Hess, is suffering with an
abscess in her side.
Henry L. Dale, of Mifflinburg, spent
the latter end of the week with his
parents on the Branch. .
John and Ward Gramley, of Green-
wood, were callers at the J. Henry
Williams home, on Saturday.
Miss Sadie Dannley fell down a
flight of steps recently, injuring her
left side and hand but is now improv-
The Presbyterian Sunday school
took up a collection, on Sunday, for
the Near East relief, which amounted
Henry McWilliams is looking after
the N. E. Hess home, at State College,
while Mr. Hess is in Potter county
Mrs. W. H. Goss closed her home on
Main street and departed on Sunday
for Reading to spend the winter with
her son, S. E. Goss.
Mrs. M. C. Wieland and two boys
have been visiting friends here while
Mr. Wieland was out on Old Tussey
with a hunting party.
Mrs. Edward Ellenberger is ill at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Gearhart, and her two little
girls are both suffering with bad colds.
Butchering is now in full swing and
to J. M. Campbell goes the credit of
having killed the fattest porker so far.
It tipped the beam at the 700 pound
Cards are out announcing the silver
wedding anniversary celebration of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Isenberg, at their
home at Baileyville tomorrow, from
two to five p. m.
Mrs. George Bell and daughter mo-
tered over to Huntingdon, on Satur-
day, and brought home Mrs. Sadie
Krebs, who was discharged from the
hospital at that place.
A little daughter arrived in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker,
the latter end of the week, and another
little girl made its appearance at the
Arthur Witmer home.
Ten inches of snow fell in this place
on Sunday and a high wind drifted
the roads so that it was necessary to
keep several snow plows in operation
to keep the highway open for traffic.
Miss Ethel Meyers, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Meyers, is suffering
with a broken arm, sustained while in
the act of cranking her car. She was
taken to the Centre County hospital
where she is getting along all right.
Ernest Trostle had one leg badly
injured while shoeing an unruly horse
a few days ago. The animal gave a
lunge and twisted Mr. Trostle’s leg
sufficient to dislocate the knee cap. As
a result he is now going around on
—Subscribe for the Watchman.
Mrs. Ernest Hess, of Boalsburg, was
a visitor at the Dale home last Wed-
Mrs. Joe Alexander, of Unionville,
spent Saturday at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Nannie Gilliland.
Fred Wagner returned to Akron,
Ohio, after having spent his Thanks-
giving vacation with his parents at
Miss Ruth Martz departed for Phil-
adelphia, Monday, where she expects
to engage in nursing during the win-
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lowder and
family spent several days at Juniata,
called there by the sickness and death
of Mrs. Lowder’s father, Mr. Thomas
E. C. Radle, of Millersburg, a form-
er station agent at this place, is at-
tending to the duties of agent while
Frank Ishler is spending his vacation
nme ee eee
Real Estate Transfers.
Gertrude F. Lewis to Vincenzo Mo-
lach, tract in Rush Twp.; $10.
Sarah C. Irwin to J. Harrison Wat-
son, et ux, tract in Snow Shoe; $1,500.
Minerva G. Rosevear to Philip R.
Rupp ct ux, tract in State College;
C. R. Meiss, et ux, to Harry S.
Goodyear, et ux, tract in Potter Twp.;
Cuhec Fraternity Building Associa-
tion to Epsilon Chapter Delta Sigma
Phi Fraternity, tract in State College;
Jacob Auman to Ellory Wance,
tract in Penn Twp.; $1.
W. F. Bradford et al, to George R.
Meiss, tract in Potter Twp.; $750.
Jacob Auman to Ellory Wanee,
tract in Penn Twp.; $1.
Jacob Auman to Sally Wance, tract
in Penn Twp.; $1.
Norman C. Miller, et ux, to H. O.
Smith, tract in College Twp.; $1.
IN THE CHURCHES OF THE
THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH.
Holy Communion Services will be
observed 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
The Presiding Elder, Rev. W. B. Cox,
will conduct the morning service, and
the pastor will have charge of the
evening service. Sunday school 9.15
a. m. Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m.
Reed O. Steely, Minister,
Special Note: Rev. Reed O. Steely,
pastor of the Evangelical church,
Bellefonte, will conduct the Holy Com-
munion Services on Howard Charge
on Sunday as follows: Intersection,
10.30 a. m. Fairview, 2.30 p. m.
——The little Facist adventure in
Berlin, Germany, on Sunday, didn't go
very far or accomplish much.
ICTROLA FOR SALE. —Inquire of
V Mrs. H. E. Fenlon, North Allegheny
St. Bellefonte 71-49-3t
OUND.—A lady's wrist watch. Owner
can have same by calling at this
office, proving property and paying
for this notice, 71-49-31
who have Fire Insurance with J
A ALENDARS.—AJl the
M. Keichline please call at his office
and get a Colendar for the year 1927,
OST.—Female rabbit hound, about 15
L inches tall, white except left ear
and eye brown. Name “Spot.”
Reward for information.—M. E. TOMLIN-
SON, 415 South Lakemont, Altoona, Pa.
F with excellent buildings and run-
ning water, one-half mile from
Stormstown, Centre county. Would like
to rent to a good farmer for a term of
years. Write to A. H. Melville, 88 Milbank
Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 71-48-3t
ARM FOR RENT.—Harlacher farm,
of administration having been
granted to the undersigned upom
the estate of Catherine Gummo, late of
Ferguson township, deceased, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to same are
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—Letters
requested to make prompt payment, and
those having claims against said estate
must present them, duly authenticated, for
W. Harrison Walker,
JOHN L. DUNLAP,
Pine Grove Mills.
Artistic Funeral Work
HALF MOON GARDENS
Charles Tabel, Proprietor
Phone 139-7 We Deliver 71-39-3t
For the Little Folks
Towel Sets, Outing Blankets, Night
Gowns, Children’s Sleeping Garments,
Kid's Nighties, Baby Plates, Rattles,
Dolls, Little Red Chairs, Sulkies, Kid-
die Kars, Scooters, Ete at
Call Bellefonte 432 }
W.R. Shope Lumber Co. |
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Millwork and Roofing |
Guernsey cow, a heifer and a bull
calf, all eligible to registry. These
animals are all in good condition and of
A 1 blood that might improve that of any
grade herd. Inquire of Cross and Meek,
Bellefonte, Pa., or phone Bellefonte 520-J
A of administration on the estate of
Thomas S. Hazel, Dec’d., late of the
Borough of Bellefonte, Centre county,
Pennsylvania, having been granted the un-
dersigned, all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment thereof and those
having claims should present them prop-
erly authenticated, to
BLIZABETH N. HAZEL
Gettig & Bower, Attys. Administratrix.
T1-4516t Bellefonte, Pa.
A of administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon
the estate of Abraham Weber, late of How-
ard Borough, deceased, all persons know-
ing themselves indebted to same are re-
quested to make prompt payment, and
those having claims against said estate
must present them, duly authenticated, for
G UERNSEYS FOR fine
and Stone Co., Bellefonte, Pa.
OR SALE.—Four Ford Trucks, with
Anthony Dump Body and Ruxstell
Inquire of American Lime
Hosiery and Dress Goods
Ladies Sport Hose, Silk Hose in all
Men’s Hose 12¢ to 50c. .Hand-
kerchiefs at all prices, Dress Goods,
all the leading goods. No extrava-
gances in any lines. Blankets
30c to $1.00 at
IRA D. GARMAN
101 Seuth Eleventh 88..
Have Your Diamonds Reset in Platinum
64-84-tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY
Games - - - Games
Checkers, Dominoes, Flinch, Old Maids,
Jack Straws, Bubblers, Puzzle Peg,
Parlor Croquet, Horse Shees, Roulette,
Caroms, Billiard Tables, Dice, Poker
Chips, Snap, Uncle Wigley, Five Hun-
dred, Euchre, at
At a Reduced Rate
mn.286m J. M. KEICHLINE, Agent
! This Would be Nice
In the way of the useful for Gifts
English Prints, Percales for Aprons,
| | Sun Tub the greatest item in fast-color
fabrics. .Buy 3 or 4 colors, tie together
and no more lovely present could De
W. Harrison Walker, Howard, Pa.
Rambeau. In the Court of Quarter
sessions of Centre ceunty, Penna.
No. 7 September sessions, 1925. Charge: —
Larceny. To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given, that I will make
an application to the Honorable “The
Board of Pardons of the State of Pennsyl-
vania” for clemency for the said Defendant
at Harrisburg, Penna. on Wednesday, the
15th day of December A. D. 1926, at 9.00
o'clock a. m.
W. G. RUNKLE,
Attorney for Dennis Rambeau.
Xmas Tree Decorations
Xmas Tree Holders Fences Electric
Tree Out-fits, The new Fox-tail Deco-
ration for Trees, Artificial Snow, Ici-
cles, All Kinds of Tree Decorations at
Men's 4-Buckle Arctics
Yeager’s Tiny Boot Shop sell
Men’s extra heavy 4 buckle Arc-
tics at $3.85.
The quality we guarantee to be
- the -very- best. The.brands are
Hoods, . Converse and United
We also have men’s Red All
Rubber Hood Brand 4 buckle Arc-
tics at $4.65.
Compare these prices with the
very cheapest of so called Mail
Order prices. We have them
Yeager's Tiny Boot Shop
nsf BELLEFONTE, PA.
Shoo Flys, Sleds, Wagons, Wheelbar-
rows, Magic Lanterns, Engines, all
manner of Trains, Snow Shovels,
Scrapers, Dolls in an endless Lot at
Dairy Feed—a Ready-
Mixed Ration, 22% protein
$40.00 per Ton
Delivery Charge $2.00 per Load
Frank M. Mayer
Now is the Time
on HIGH Street
A special sale of Mayer's
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for Christmas |
what could be better and more useful than a
fine, new pair of Perfectedly Fitted Glasses
The ever popular sylonite or the ne White
gold, comfortably fitted to your face, with
satisfaction guaranteed--Bi-Focals that look
[ike one lens--for distance and near work.
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