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Presenting the Better Class Photoplays
Each Evening at 6:15 P. M.
day at 2 P. M.
MISS CROUSE Organist
WEEK AHEAD PROGRAM
This Thurs. Fri. & Sat,
DE MILLE PIC. CORP. PRESENT
FAIR” and “JUNIOR
“The Yankee Clipper”
The Covered Wagon of the Sea.
Also a great two reel comedy called
“Are Brunetts Safe".
Admission 15 and 35c.
Matinee Saturday 2 P. M.
Monday and Tuesday
FIRST NATIONAL PRESENTS
“See You in Jail”
“Jack Mulhall” and “Alice Day”.
Into jail without a cent—out of it
with a million. A hilarious comedy
of a man who struck a gold mine on a
rock pile! They put him in jail for
speeding but he really was a crook—
he stole the heart of a beautiful girl!
You're in for a long term of laughs
when you see this great comedy.
Also a great two reel comedy call-
ed “Broke in China".
Admission 10 and 25¢.
Be sure and see this one.
This 'iS the ‘picture ‘that’ was held
over at the Roxy Theatre in New York
for the second week so we feel as
though it should be a great attraction
for the Scenic patrons for one day
only. Be sure and see it.
Also Fox News and Screen Snap-
Admission 10 and 25¢c.
Thus, Fidy & Sat,
UNITED ARTISTS PRESENT
PINE GROVE MENTION.
ly part of the week with Mrs. Susan
Alton C. Miller made a trip to Al-
lentown over the week-end.
Miss Winifred Wieland has return-
ed from a week’s visit in Harrisburg.
Mrs. M. B. Boal, who has been ill
for some time, is now convalescing.
Fred Corl, of Juniata, spent Sun-
day with his mother, on Wall street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Goss motored
down from Tyrone and spent the ear-
Don’t forget to attend the play in
the I. O. O. F. hall Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Grimm took
a motor trip to Williamsport on Tues-
Richard Markle, of Altoona, spent
the Sabbath at the J. A. Fortney
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Espenshade and
family spent their Easter vacation in
Mr. and Mrs. Linn Daugherty and
two sons were Sunday visitors in
Ed Livingstone has sold his chicken
farm, at Graysville, and retired to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Corl spent the
latter end of the week visiting at
George Woods, of Pitcairn, spent
Friday with his parents, Dr. and Mrs.
G. H. Woods. ;
John and Mary Livingstone, of Al-
toona, were here on a visit to their
aunt, Mrs. O'Bryan.
Mr. and Mrs. David Ewing have
returned from a week’s visit with
friends in Pittsburgh.
Mrs. J. W. Stitzer has returned to
her home in Philadelphia after a sev-
eral weeks visit here.
Mrs. M. J. Wyecoff, of Blanchard,
spent the latter end of the week at
the W. R. Port home.
Mrs. Anna Hoy and daughter Doro-
thy motored to Bellefonte, last Sat-
urday, on a shopping tour.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wands and
daughter Mildred, of Berwick, visited
friends in the valley last week.
Dr. Frank Bailey, of Milton, spent
a few days here during the week with
his mother and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Snyder, of
Pittsburgh, have been guests at the
R. M. Foster home the past week.
The Ladies Aid society of the M.
E. church was entertained at the W.
R. Port home on Wednesday night.
John C. Dunlap is improving his
mother’s property by putting down
concrete walks and grading the yard.
Rev. J. S. English was at Stoyes-
town, on Sunday, officiating at the
funeral of one of his old parishioners.
J. M. Fry and wife, who spent the
Easter vacation with Mrs. Fry's par-
ents at Ephrata, have returned
Mrs. Harry Ash and daughter
| Joyce spent the Easter season with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fishburn,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gray and fam-
ily, of Williamsport, were week-end
visitors ‘atthe home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas D, Gray.
Miss Laura Jones, one of our school
teachers, was summoned home the
latter end of the week on account of
the death of her mother.
The Ladies Aid society of the
Methodist church will serve a baked
bean supper in the lecture room of
the church, Saturday evening, at 8
Hon. Thomas Bluett, a member of
the Legislature, was the guest of
Hon. J. Laird Holmes several days
last week and tried his luck at trout
Mrs. John Holmes was called to
Kittaning on account cf the illness
of her grand-daughter, and latest
word is that the young lady is now
out cf danger.
Henry L. Dale, an inspector for the
Sheffield Farms company, made a
business trip to New York, City, last
week, and on returning home found
an increase in his family.
Don Kepler and Guy Glenn came
home on Friday evening with two
dozen nice trout, ranging in size from
9 to 16 inches. Warren Bailey caught
a 33 inch eel which weighed 3} Ibs.
Lester W. Tate, who had been a
patient in a Pittsburgh hospital the
past month, has been transferred to
the Centre County hospital to undergo
a surgical operation. He is a cor-
poral in Boal troop.
During the hard electric storm,
last Thursday evening, lightning
struck the chimney on the J. D. Drei-
blebis house and another stroke hit
the Harry McCracken barn. Neither
This is positively the greatest show
these two great stars have ever ap-
peared in, and guaranteed to be the
last word in screen enetrtainment.
Matinee Thursday and Saturday 2 pm |
Admission 10 and 35c¢.
You'll love it.
oose Theatre |
Where You Always See a Good Show
THIS FRIDAY & SATUR. |
FIRST NATIONAL PRESENTS
“SOMEWHERE INSONORA” |
“KEN MAYNARD and TARZAN,!
his Master Horse.
Another great western picture the
kind you've been waiting for. Packed
with fast riding, plenty of action and
all the thrills you want.
Also. a great two reel comedy.
As usual 10 and 25c¢.
stroke did much damage.
A. C. Kepler, who for several years
past has been known as the potato
king of Centre county, is branching
out this year. He will plant 25 acres
of potatoes, three acres of sweet corn
and has set out 1500 strawberry
While. attempting to pass the oil-
ing crew on the state road, near Rock
Springs, last Friday, a big touring
car containing four ladies was ditched
and overturned. None of the ladies
were injured and the car was only
Pine Grove Mention continued.
About seven o'clock, last Friday
evening, fire was discovered in the
straw mow on the Claude C. Williams
farm. A bucket brigade held the
flames in check until the fire company
arrived from State College when the
flames were extinguished without do-
ing any great damage.
Owing to the downpour of rain,
last Thursday evening, a number of
the members of the newly organized
P. O. 8. of A. failed to report at the
meeting in the I. 0. O. F. hall. Del-
egates of the order were present from
Bellefonte, Huntingdon and Tyrone.
Deputy E. E. Edwards, of Hunting-
don, installed the recently elected of-
ficers. Another meeting will be held
on April 6th.
——Ladies vici kid oxfords guar-
anteed to wear or a new pair will be
given. .- Only $2.85. Yeagers Tiny
Boot Shop, 17-1t
Mrs. Harry Eisenhauer and daughter
Evelyn spent the week-end with her
parents in Lock Haven,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith and
daughter Miss Martha, spent Satur-
day in the shops in Bellefonte.
J. H, Crouse made a flying trip to
Akron, Ohio, where he spent a brief
time with his only son, Harry Crouse.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Stover had as
week-end guests Mrs. Stover’s ne-
phew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Kramer, of Jersey Shore.
Monday morning Rev. and Mrs. G.
H. F. Griesing left in their new
Chevrolet coach for Hazleton, where
they will be gusets of Rev. Mr. Gries-
ing’s mother and other relatives.
They were accompanied as far as
Danville by Mrs. A. J. Irey and Mrs.
Cunningham, wno will spend several
days in that section of the country.
The Woman’s Missionary society of
West Susquehanna Classis of the Re-
formed church held their annual con-
vention in this place last Wednesday.
The convention was splendid through-
out. A goodly number of delegates,
ministers and others interested in the
work attended. A number of fine
musical selections were rendered in
the afternoon. Mrs. Wetzel, of Cen-
tre Hall, and Mrs. A. R. Swengle, of
Lewisburg, each sang a solo in the
evening. The male chorus, of Mill-
heim, gave two fine numbers. Mrs.
Wetzel a solo, Mr. and Mrs. U. R.
Swengle a duet. The speaker of the
evening was Rev. J. Frank Bucher, a
returned missionary from China.
Many people have a better insight
as to conditions in that country since
hearing his lecture. The convention
closed to meet next year in Mifflin-
OR RENT.—Three room flat in Miles-
burg. Call 1S7-R4. 72-17-11.
NUERNSEYS FOR SALE. —A tine
Guernsey cow, a heifer and a bull
calf, all eligible to registry. These
animals are all in good conaition 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
HERIFI'S SALE.—By virtue of a
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
Bellefonte Borough on s
SATURDAY, MAY 21st, 1927.
The following property :
All that certain Messuage, tenement and
lot of ground situate, lying and being in
the Township of Worth, (Now Port Ma-
tilda) County of Centre and State of
Penna., bounded and described ag follows,
Beginning at a Post in the middle of
what is known as the “Plank Road,” now
the State Highway, aif the Southwest eor-
ner of the United Brethren Church lot
situate-in Port Matilda; thence .along the
line of said Church lot North 42 degrees
West 231 feet to a post on line of Budd
Thompson; thence along land of Budd
Thompson South 50 degrees West 150 ft. to
a post; thence along land of Jacob 8. Wil-
liams South 42 degrees Bast 200 feet to a
post in the middle of said Plank Joad:
thence along the middle of said Plank
Road North 44 degrees East 150 feet to a
Being the same premises which svere con-
veyed to Willinm W. Shults’ by Jacob 8.
‘Williams by Deed dared: ‘AGgust 28t ;
1925, and recorded in Céntre s County - in
Deed Book Vol. 134, page 445. «= °° !
as the property of William W. Shul
Sale to commence at 1.36 o'clock p.
E. R. TAYLOR,
Pa, April 26th, 70-17-38
S HERIFI'S SALE—RBy virtue
the Court of Common Pleus of
Centre County, to me directed. will be ex-
posed to public sale at the Court Fouse
in Bellefonte Borough on :
Saturday, May 21st, 1927.
The following property:
All these three certain messuages, ten-
ements or tract of lund situate in the Vil-
luge of Port Matilda (now Borough).
Township of Worth, County of Centre and
State of Pennsylvania, bounded and des-
cribed as follows, to-wit:
NUMBER ONE: Begivping on High
Street, corner of Lot No. 33; thence South
along High Street 60 feet to lot No. 31;
thence West zlong Lot No. 31, 200 icet to
West Street; thence North along West
Street 60 feet 10 Lot No. 35; thence Hast
along Lot No. 33, 200 feec 10 High Street,
the place of beginning; the soid lo! being
60 feet front on High Street and 200 feet
back to West Street and knowin uy Lot No.
33 in Plot or Plan of Port Matilda, Centre
County, Pennsylvania, having thereon
erected a two and a balf story frame ¢wei-
ling house, the title to which became vest-
ed in the said Mortgagor by deed of A. W.
Reese and Clarissi Reese, his wife, dated
May 16, 1916, and recorded in Centre Coun-
ty, Pennsylvania June 7, 1916, in Deed
Book Vol. 117, page 602.
NUMBER TWO: Beginning at a post
on the East side of an alley 16 feet wide,
a public alley leading from the said road
Southeast along the land of Nancy Bern-
nett’'s Heirs; thence along said State
Road, North 52 degrees Lust 50 feet to a
and line dividing lots Nos. 7 und 2;
thence along said line South 237 degrees
East 150 feet to Water Street; thence
along said Street 50 feet to a post; thence
by said alley first mentioned North 37 de-
grees West 150 feet to the place of begin-
ning. Having thereon erected a frame
dwelling house, and known as Lot No. 1
in the GeneralP’lan of Bennett's Addition
to Port Matilda, and being the same prem-
ises, the title to which became vested in
the said Mortgagor by deed of Clara EK.
Bennett and William Bennett, her hus-
band, dated May 23, 1918 and recorded in
$ontre County in Deed Book Vol. 122, page
NUMBER THREE: Beginning at a
stake corner of Lot No. 1; thence 48 de-
grees Hast 70 feet to stake; thence North
o8% degrees West 140 feet to Oak Street;
thence along Oak Street South 48 degrees
West, 70 feet to stake; thence South 38%,
degrees East 140 feet to stake, the place of
beginning ,and being known as Lot No. 5
in C. W, Keller's Addition to the Village
of Port Matilda, having erected thereon
a frame dwelling house, the title to which
became vested in the said Mortgagor, by
deed of C. W. Keller, dated Sept. 13, 1917,
and recorded in Centre County, in Deed
Book Vol. 121, page 51.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of W. W. Shultz. >
Sale to commence at 1:30 o’clock Pp. m, |
of said day. |
E. R. TAYLOR, Sheriff. |
Sheriff's Office, Bellefonte, Pa.,
April 28 1927. 12-17-3t
At a Reduced Rate 20%
71-286m J. M. KEICHLINE, Agent
post, the place of beginning. © Having |’
thereon erected a large two-story brick 4
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold |,
writ of Ieri Facias issued out of ;
60 Patterns in English Prints
All the leading styles in Dress Ma-
terials. The goods are so reasonably
priced that you can have 4 or 5 for the
cost of one ready-made.
We cary the largest and most
varied line of
in town and the most reasonbly priced
A Fair Broom 39c.
Duroleum Mat 10c. Mop Handles 15¢
Dish Mop 5 and 10c.
The most reasonable priced Glass
Porlor Lamp in town
The American Telegraph and Telephone Co.
A HALF CENTURY OF DEVELOPMENT.
In 1876 a single wire was stretched from Boston to Cambridge,
a distance of two miles, and a few halting sentences were transmitted.
To-day, by Radio Telephone, one can easily converse with London or
This great corporation is composed of twenty-four associated op-
erating companies comprising the Bell Telephone system of the United
It’s total assests are more than three billion dollars.
The corporation is a holding company owned by 399,121 share-
holders, the average number of shares held being 26 6-10 Last year
the company earned $11.95 per share on the 9,790,000 outstanding’
shares and declared dividends aggregating $9.00 per share, leaving a
net surplus of $26,494,000.
AA RT RT ET Q
From a single short wire in 1876, when the first telephone mes-
sage was transmitted, the company now has more than 12,000,000
telephones in use and over 6,000,000 miles of wire, while its range of
communication has increased from two miles to thousands of miles.
WHAT WILL THE NEXT HALF CENTURY SHOW?
The First National Bank
$s worth many dollars wast-
ed. The dollar deposited
in our Bank is not only
saved but put to work for
One Dollar Saved
SANMNART ON ANAEY
| 3 per cent Interest Paid on Ssvings Accounts
F ess ii le . : Simla ed
- il THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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4d. = STATE COLLEGE.PA.
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"THE GREATEST PHOTOPLAY EVER MADE
with these two Great Screen Favorites
Matinees Thursday and Saturday.
Admission 15 and 35¢,
OR RENT.—A furnished apartment.
inquire of Mrs. McGarvey, corner of
Curtin and Spring Sts. 15-3t.
OUSE FOR RENT.—Phone Mrs. H. C.
Valentine, 113 W. Curtin St., Belle-
fonte. Phone 337-R 72-13-tf
OR SALE.—A Lasfargue player piano,
F mahogony case, 36 records. Inquire
- of Miss EMILY PARKER, corner
of Spring and Howard Sts., Bellefonte.
F oval mahogany table, dining room
suite, 2 floor lamps, 2 chairs, re-
frigerator. All in splendid condition. In-
quire Mrs. R. R. BLAIR, Linn St. 72-14-tf.
N regular annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Bellefonte Cen-
tral Railroad Company will be held on
Monday, the second day of May, 1927,
at ten o'clock a m. at the general
office of the Company, 261 South Fourth
Street, Philadelphia, when an election will
be held for a President and six directors
for the ensuing year, and such other busi-
ness will be transacted as may properly
come before the meeting.
OR SALE.—Mahogany davenport table,
OTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.—The
XECUTRIX'S NOTICE.—Letters test-
E amentary upon the estate of Thad-
deus B. Hamilton, late of Belle-
fonte borough, deceased, having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said es-
tate are requested to make prompt pay-
ment, and those having claims against the
same must present them, duly authenticat~
ed, for settlement.
Mrs. MARY HAMILTON BRODERICK,
72-12-6t - State College, Pa.
C given that an application will be
made to His Excellency, the Gover-
nor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on Mon-
day, May 9th, 1927, for a charter
and letters patent to a proposed corpora-
tion under the corporate name of. the
Red Hart Brick Company. The purpose of
which corporation is the manufacture and
sale of building brick. The business of
said corporation to be transacted at Cen-
tral City, Boggs Township, Centre County,
ORVIS, ZERBY & DALE,
HARTER NOTICE.—Notice is hereby
OTICE IN DIVORCE.—Grace Allen vs.
Robert Allen: In the court of Com~
mon Pleas of Centre County, No.
72 February term, 1927. Libel in Divorce.
To Robert Allen, Respondent. Whereas
Grace Allen, your wife, has filed a Libel
in the Court of Common Pleas of Centre
County, praying a divorce from you. Now
you are notified and required to appear in
the Court on or before the Third Monday
of May, 1927 to answer the complaint of
Grace Allen, and in default of such ap=
pearance you will be liabel to have a di~
vorce granted in your absence.
E. R. TAYLOR,
72-14-4t Sheriff of Centre County.
OTICE.—Jacob Smutzinger vs. John
Lawrence. In the Court of Com-
mon Pleas of Centre County. No.
4, May Term, 1927. Centre county, SS. The
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriff of said county, Greeting: We com-
mand you that you attach John Lawrence,
late of your county by all and singular
his goods and chattels, lands and tene-
ments, in whose hands or possession
soever the same may be so that he be
and appear before ‘our ’' Court: of Common
Pleas to be holden at Bellefonte in and for
said County on the 3rd Monday of Msy
1927, next, there to answer Jacob Smutze
inger of a pjea of Assumpsit for goods
sold and delivered and also that you
summon as ‘ garnishees all pérsons in
whose hands or possession the said goods
and chattels, lands and tenements, or any
of them, may be attached, so that they
and every of them be .and appear: before
our said Court. at the: day and place
‘| aforesaid, to answer what shall be objected
against them, and abide .the judgment: of
‘the’ Court therein. That in pursuance of
the above order I have attached the fol-
lowing lands and tenements, to-wit: All
the surface of those two certain mmessuages
and tenements and lots of ground situate
and being in Cassanova Rush Twp. Cen-
tre county, I’a., bounded und described as
follows: } ,
Beginning at a post, Southeast corner of
the intersection of Chester and Maple
streets thence by said Maple street N. §1
deg. E. 100 ft. to a post; thence 8. 9 deg.
E. 150 ft. to an alley; thence by said Alley
S. 81 deg. W. 100 ft. to Chester street;
thence N. 9 deg. W. 130 ft. to a place of
beginning . Being otherwise known as
lots No. 93 and 95 in the general plan of
the village of Cassanova.
E. R. TAYLOR, Sheriff.
72-13-6t Centre County, Pa.
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ing Materials.. Curtain Rods. 2 styles
10c Sash Rods 5 and 10c.
tesion Curtain Hangers 10c.
and Life Reading
Send dime and birthday.
72-15-4t Box 791 Indianapolis, Ind.
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64-34-tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY
Sport Ties and Belts
only 10 to 25c. Bias Binding, all col-
ors, 10c Line of silk and rayon Hose
in all the wanted colors, 50c. up.
16 to 25 Years of Age o
Good Wages Good Working Con-
ditions. Excellent Boarding
Accommodations for out
of town Girls.
Employment for Entire Families
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