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Where the Better-Class are Shown
Each Evening at 6.15 o'clock. .
Miss Crouse at the Robert Morton
This Saturday (Only)
“The Last Outlaw”
GARY COOPER BETTY JEWEL
- Romance and rustlers—“The Last Out-
law” combines the two in a rip-roaring
outdoor thriller. Hard riding, stirring
melodrama, splendid scenery, action—
PLUS! Everything you look for in west-
ern entaertainment—and more’
Strictly a high class Western for all
Also a fast moving, two-reel Comedy and
Paramount’s famous News Reel.
Usual admission, 10 and 25c.
Monday and Tuesday
THE CINEMIRACLE MARVEL MOVIE
“Metropolis” pictures & city a thousand
years from now. The rich people live on
top of the earth while the workers’ homes
are deep down in the bowels. The master
mind of Metropolis has a soulless auto-
maton made and tells it to preach content-
ment to the workmen. Instead, it advises
them to leave their machines and revolt.
Remember, this attraction is wholly
different from anything you have ever
seen. If you never expect to see another
film don’t miss this one.
Also Paramount News
screaming two-reel Comedy.
Matinee Monday at 2 p. m.
Admission 15 and 35 cts.
Wednesday and Thursday
FIRST NATIONAL PRESENTS
“The Stolen Bride”
Reel and =a
She had promised to wait for him—now
she was the bride of another! Was he
too poor? Was she too rich? Must love be
sacrificed on the alter of aristocracy? The
law of royalty said “Yes.” He said “No”
—and risked his life to steal her from the
man everybody feared!
Could you imagine a sweeter picture to
go along with “Metropolis” in our 100%
week’s program? We couldn't.
Also Fox News and Screen Snap-Shots.
Admission 15 and 35¢
Friday and Saturday
FIRST NATIONAL PRESENTS
“The Prince of
LEWIS STONE PRISCILLA BONNER
BE. J. RATCLIFFE LILYAN TASIHMAN
New York and the Ritzy-rich on New |
Year's Eve — gaiety — glitter — gladness—
gold-diggers and a boy who fell hard Sond
them all. But into the turmoil stepped |
the prince of head-waiters. And the hand
that ushered others into the naughty night
life was thrust out to protect this boy
from it! WHY?
This attraction will conclude our 100%
program for the week. Look it over and
if you don’t think it is 100% good call us
on the phone.
Also a two-reel Comedy and Paramount
Admission 15 and 35 cts.
Monday, Tuesday, Wedsdy
Nov. 1st and 2nd
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Smith were
visitors at the York county Sesqui last
Rev. Franklin Heckman, of Lancas-
ter, spent Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs, Adam Heckman, on
west Main St.
Henry Bower, a student in Wyom-
ing Seminary, Kingston, Pa., spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Bower.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reamer and
son, Harold Jr., of Jersey Shore, spent
Sunday with their uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Stover
Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Musser and
Mrs. L. E. Stover have had as their
guest during the past week their
niece, Mrs. Fred Cranson, of Plain-
field, N. J.
Mrs. Charles Zimmerman is a
surgical patient in the Geissinger hos-
pital, Danville. Her condition is re-
ported as. favorable, which is good
news to her family and friends.
Mr and Mrs. Edward Boob, of near
Mifflinburg, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. E. Stover, spent Sunday
with Mr and Mrs. Stover’s daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Showers, in Lock Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Aumiller and
family, and mother, Mrs. Aumiller, of
Laurelton, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Boob, of Glenn Iron, were guests,
Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith,
on North 2nd St.
Mrs John Mohr Otto entertained a
party of friends, over the week-end,
from Williamsport and Tyrone. Her
son, Morgan, a student in the Belle-
fonte Academy, also spent the week-
end with his mother.
Mrs. Henry Yerdy and brother-in-
law, Mr. Yerdy, of Shamokin; Mrs.
Wm. O’Niel and Charles Summers, of
Williamsport; Mr. and Mrs. William
Summers and son-in-law and daugh-
ters, of Clearfield and Tyrone, were
among relatives here to attend the
funeral of the late John Wolf.
FE. I. Pierce drove here from New
York city, remaining over night with
the W. A. Guisewite family. Leaving
his car here for the winter he, on
Saturday night, returned ‘to New
York accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Guisewite, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bower
and daughter Mae, who took advan-
tage of the excursion from Lewisburg,
returning home Sunday night.
Friday evening, October 14th, a
kitchen shower was given for Mrs.
Harry Musser, at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bower.
There were fifty guests present. Mrs.
Musser received a number of beauti-
ful and useful gifts which she greatly
appreciates. Delicious refreshments
were served. After having spent a
most enjoyable ‘evening all returned
to their homes.
Following are names of guests at
the home of Mr and Mrs. Frank
Armagast, Sunday: Aumon Steffen
and cousin, of Danville; their cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Clemons Styers and son
Woodrow, of Salona; Earl Derr and
children, Raymond and Geraldine, of
Hartleton; Mrs. Armagast’s father,
N. H. Steffen, accompanied Mr. Derr
1%o his homé here after a few week’s
visit at the Jacob Derr home in Har-
Miss Eva Zimmerman spent Sun-
day with friends and relatives in our
Miss Julia Hines, of Bellefonte,
spent the week-end with Miss Grace
Mrs. Jack Noll spent Saturday
afternoon at the H. C. Faust home, in
Ray S. Melroy and wife and Abner
Noll and wife attended the centennial
held at York, the past week.
The Lutheran congregation cele-
brated Holy Communion on Sunday.
Rev. Wagner took as his theme “The
Mrs. John Mowery, daughter Agnes
and son Albert, and Carl Markle at-
tended a birthday party at Clearfield,
on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Annie Zeleznic has been hav-
ing a streak of hard luck. First los-:
ing two valuable cows, that got in
the corn field and bloated, and her son
George, in assisting Mr. Lloyd Smith
of Milesburg to load the dead animals
on his truck, in some manner became
entangled in the ropes and his horse
trampled on him breaking his leg.
Mr. Zeleznic is in the Centre county
hospital. The Zeleznics have the
sympathy of the community.
The members of the local W. C. T.
U. contemplate holding an old fash-
joned party at the home of Mrs. Mar-
tin Keller, on the evening of Novem-
ber 8th. Every member must be in
old fashioned dress or pay a fine. This
will be the annual dues social. The
committee are Mrs. Mart Keller, Mrs.
A. D. Smeltzer and Mrs. W. Kerstet-
ter. At the regular meeting, at the
home of Mrs. Mart Kellar, on Tuesday
evening last, the committees on Fran-
ces Willard day made their reports.
Some of the children in Harry Breon’s
school wrote essays on what they
were able to remember of what had
been told to them by the women of
the committee. The local Union
awarded two prizes for the best effort,
the prizes going to Gladys Sampsel
and Adaline Brooks. The decision
was a hard one, as all showed care
Mrs. Geary, of Centre Hall, is visit-
ing her sister, Mrs. William Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Gimberling and son,
of Selinsgrove, visited the Reitz home
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Dale, of
Pleasant Gap, spent Thursday with
the Misses Dale.
Mrs. Henry Reitz and son Fred
motored to Sunbury, Saturday, return-
ing home on Sunday.
The Girl Scouts, accompanied by
their leader, Mrs. Bender, camped in
je mountain during the week-end.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the first meeting of the liter-
ary society of the Boalsburg High
school. It will be held in the High
school room Friday evening, October
21st, at 8 o'clock. No admission will
Oscar M. Houtz and Mary Anna
Calderwood, both of Tyrone.
Herschell F. Smith and Edith J.
Ricards, both of Kylertown.
Lawrence M. Cingle and Elmida
Poultis, both of Clarence.
Real Estate Transfers.
Bellefonte Trust company, Exec., to
Alfred Bowersox, et ux, tract in State
Harvey N. Lutz, to Edward F. Dor-
man, tract in Walker Twp.; $1.
Sarah Woomer et al, to Philip Wi-
lenzik, tract in Philipsburg; $700.
John T. Eckel, et ux, to Farmers
National bank, tract in Bellefonte; $1.
OR SALE. — Slightly used Fordson
and 2 shares for John Deere Plow.
Half Moon Gardens.
ANARY BIRDS FOR SALE.—Fine
young Canaries from a splendid
singing strain. Inquire of Mrs. M.
F. Hazel Pine St., Bellefonte, Pa. 72-40-3t
Cambrics and Crepe Papers in the de-
sired shades. Hundreds of styles in
Masques, Face Paints, Costume Bells, Etc.
Ready-Made Suits from $1.50 to $5-00.
W. B. SEELEY, noted rupture expert,
famous for his ability and skill in hand-
ling difficult cases, will personally be at
BUSH HOUSE, BELLEFONTE, PA.
Saturday, October 22nd, only
9 A. M. to 8 P. M., where those desiring
to escape a surgical operation may consult
him without charge.
Mr. Seeley says the patented rupture re-
tainers he now uses will hold bad rup-
tures with ease, will strengthen tissues,
cause muscles to contract and close open-
ing. Any position of the body—any kind
of work can be undertaken with safety.
For two generations we have cared for
many thousand in every walk of life,
Physicians and Surgeons as well as Fi-
panciers and Farmers: U. 8S. Government
Employees in Army, Navy, Post Office
and Department of State; Men, Women
CAUTION—Elastic trusses with leg
straps should never be used; they squeeze
the delicate parts against bone and slowly
produce dangerous complications necessi-
Master your rupture now. It will be
too late after Strangulation sets in, oper-
ations that have torn out will be given
Home Office, 117 8. 11th Street
Corner 11th and Sansom Streets, Phila.
Pa., and at no other address.
BEWARE of unskilled persons who use
my name in a deceptive manner to gain
CUT OUT AND KEEP FOR REFERENCE.
72 t* ve
T 0 S All the Newest in the Line
yY —4 or 5 styles in Tractors, |
and the Plows that go with them. Tin §
Drums as low as 25 cts. Jews Harps, Mouth
Organs, aud all the different noise makers.
Free sik HOSE Free
Mendel's Knit Silk Hose for Wo-
men, guaranteed to wear six
months without runners in leg or
holes in heels or toe. A mew pair
FREE if they fail. Price $1.00.
YEAGER'S TINY BOOT SHOP.
IRA D. GARMAN
101 Beuth Elevemth St.
Have Your Diamonds Reset in Platinum
64-34-tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY
Sunday, October 30
Lv. Saturday Night, preceding excursion
Lv. Rellefonte ....
Leave Washington 3.50 P. M.; Baltimore
(Union Station) 4.55 P. M.
The line of Hose we carry is much bet-
ter than usual. A little Rayon in three
shades for the tiny tots, at 25c., is a
The line for kiddies from 3
years up, at 25c., beyond belief.
. Oh, Yes! Call Bellefonte 432
"IR? w.R.Shope Lumber Co.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Millwork and Roofing
RIVATE SALE.—Furniture — modern
and antique—at the
house, Bellefonte. Goods must be
sold by Nov. 1st. Mrs. H. W. Sheffer.
OR SALE OR RENT.—Residence and
garage at 203 east Linn St. Belje-
fonte. Inquire of
HUGH N. CRIDER,
112 So. Harvard Ave.
72-32-tf Ventnor, N. J.
OR SALE—at a bargain, the finest
home in the town of Howard, with
all conveniences, large garage and
other out buildings.
Easy terms to the
JOHN 8. GINTER.
senger Cadillac touring, run only
12,000 miles. Body, chassis and en-
gine in perfect condition, front fenders
badly battered. Top like new. Write or
inquire of Geo. R. Meek, Berlefont® ots
Si TAKES IT.—A 1918, seven pas-
At a Reduced Rate 20%
728.6m J. M. KEICHLINE, Agent
From the small Baby Size
Blankets 18c. and up to Part Wools
—great values, but nothing extrava-
gant. We have the qualities, but at most rea-
sonable prices. This season we have sold as
many as a dozen pairs to a customer.
Ladies’ and Children’s Hair Cutting
Old Forge |*®
Eckman’s Beauty Parlor
First National Bank Building
Come to the “Watchman” office for High Class Job work.
Decker Chevrolet Co.
Corner of High and Spring streets.
Satisfied Customers is Qur Motto
1926 Chevrolet Touring
1927 Chevrolet Roadster
1923 Studebaker Sedan
1924 Overland Champion
1925 Chevrolet Touring
1925 Chevrolet Coupe - - -
1924 Chevrolet DeLuxe Touring
1927 Chevrolet Touring - -
1925 Chevrolet Coupe - .
1925 Ford Coupe - - -
1924 Four Pass. Coupe -
1925 Oldsmobile Touring -
1927 Pontiac Coach - - -
1924 Chevrolet Touring - - -
1925 Chevrolet Coach - - - - - -
21922 F. B. Chevrolet Tourings—each
1924 Ford Truck - - - - - - -
For Cash you will receive 10% Discount for
the next 10 days.
Other Cars at Prices to Suit the Buyer.
New York Manufacturers’
Showing of Tur Goats
Two Days Only
(ctober 21 and 22
TODAY AND TOMORROW
What makes our Coats such unusual
values is not seen on the surface.
You can see their smartness at a
glance, but you can’t see the over-
lapped seams, the careful sewing,
the finest threads or the choice skins we
use in the making of all our Coats.
In the Collection you will Find Real
Rich in fur values—every garment °\§
backed by our guarantee, with prices
that will suit all, and at prices that
Real Fur Coats Starting at $49.50
and up to $1,650
Mink, Beaver, Leopard, Panther, Jap Mink, Caracul,
Hudson Seal, Opossum, Squirrel, Black Pony, Raccoon,
Markoni, Silver Seal, Beaverette, Mole, and Persian Lamb
The Best Assortment of Fur Coats Ever Shown Here.......No Trouble to Show You
Remember, we Show for 2 Days Only
TO-DAY AND TOMORROW
October 21 and 22
Wm. S. Katz & Co., Inc.
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