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Each Evening at 6:16
Miss Crouse at the Morton Organ
WEEK AHEAD PROGRAM
~ This Saturday Only
: FLORENCE VI
and “THEODORE VON ELTZ” in
“One Woman to Another”
Man to man or woman to woman—
what's the difference? Love makes the
world go round, laughter makes it
akin and a combination of both—well,
all sorts of things can happen—and
do! Here is a romantic comedy, some-
thing entirely different from anything
vet given Miss Vidor. It has that
romantic interest that everybody loves,
with plenty of interest that everybody
loves, with plenty of laughs thrown in
for good measure.
Also a clever two reel gloom chaser
and Fox News Reel. Matinee 2 P. M.
As Usual 10 and 25c.
Next Mon. & Tues.
With “DOUGLAS McLEAN",
Here is Doug as a dashing young ad-
venturer who invades the Sultan’s
harem, falls in love with the favorite
beauty and has a thousand and one
hilarious adventures while trying to
win her. It's a down-to-the-minute
comedy played against the unique,
colorful background of the Arabian
_ Also a clever two reel comedy and
Paramount News Reel. Admission Only
10 and 25¢
SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION
Your opportunity to see for the first
time in motion pictures just how the
famous Buick automobile is made.
This is in 3 reels and we feel sure it
will entertain all picture fans. The
Cadillac garage, through the courtesy
of Messrs. Deitrich & Dunlap, have
furnished us ‘with this treat free of
charge. No extra admission.
DE MILLE PICTURE CORP. PRE-
ROD LA ROCQUE
and “PHYLLIS HAVER” in
“The Fighting Eagle”
Gerard” by Conan Doyle. A glittering
romance of love and adventure in the
memorable days when Napoleon ruled
Europe with an iron hand and held
the World in awe-—when brave French-
men bravely died to serve his vaulting
ambition—when love of country, in-|
trigue, bravery and daring were the
passports to glory and fame. A screen
production de luxe, packed with genu- :
ine drama, thrill, expectancy and deep ,
Also Screen Snapshots and Fox
News Reel. Matinee Wednesday Only, |
2P. M. Admission 15 and 35¢c. :
“Richard Dix” in “SHANGHIED
“Fred Thompson” in “JESSIE
Bebe Daniels in “SHE'S A SHIEK” |
And truly a wonderful Xmas Holiday
Program, Watch for Announce-
| umbrella I had there.
Miss Sara Bower is driving a new
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus S. Bower had
as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. George
Taylor, of State College.
Morgan Otto will spend the
Thanksgiving week-end . with family
relatives in Williamspart.
Miss Martha Smith recently pur-
chased a player-piano and will doubt-
less get much enjoyment out of it
during the long winter evenings.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Orwig and fam-
ily motored to Hartleton where they
spent a few hours with Mr. Orwig’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orwig,
both of whom are invalids.
Mr. and Mrs. William Baine and
daughter, Emma Charlotte; Miss
Sara Burd and John L. Stover meo-
tored to Altoona, recently, where they
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roush spent
the week-end in Williamsport, guests
of Mrs. Roush’s brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stover. A
new niece was the attraction, it be-
ing the first girl in the family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kern and sis-
ter-in-law, Mrs. Samuel I. Gettig, of
Madisonburg, spent Wednesday at-
ternoon of last week in town, Mr.
Kern attending the Guisewite sale,
while the ladies called on their many
Mrs. Jerome Stambach, of Johns-
town, has been a guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crouse the
past ten days. Miss Mabel Crouse
came up from Sunbury, on Saturday,
to spend the week-end at home and
see her aunt.
After spending the past few weeks
here as the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
John Mohr Otto, Mrs. Harman Haupt
left on Tuesday for Atlantic City,
where she will remain indefinitely.
While in town she was the guest at
a number of dinners given in her
Mrs. Fred Rachau, of New York
city, spent a week here with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Guise-
wite, who had a sale of their farm
stock and implements, on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guisewite and grand-
daughter, Mae Bower, motored the
same day to Franklin, where they
visited until Wednesday with the Wilt
The Willing Workers class of the
Lutheran Sunday school was enter-
tained at the home of Mrs. J. D.
Winklebleck, with a program, as fol-
lows: Song prayer, “Thanksgiving,”
Mrs. Crouse, the Misses Laran Burd
and Ardrennee Winklebleck and Mrs.
H. E. Hosterman. “The Harvester,”
by Mrs. J. D. Winklebleck. “Ques-
tions,” the class. Reading, “How to
Study the Bible,” Mrs. J. E. Burd.
Song, sentence prayer, “Are You
Thankful?” Mrs. Harry Ocker. “My
Bible and 1,” Miss Cora Haines.
Scripture enigmas, the class. A num-
ber of names were mentioned and re-
quests made for the meaning. The
class joined in repeating the Lord’s
prayer after which they left for their
Real Estate Transfers.
Beech Creek State bank to Rev.
Reed O. Steely, tract in Curtin Twp.;
John McKivinson, et ux, to Hamill
Holmes, tract in Patton Twp.; $100.
W. H. Ghaner, et ux, to Hamill
Holmes, tract in Patton Twp.; $25.
William Weber, Exec.,, to Balser
Weber, tract in Howard; $1.
Balser Weber to William Weber,
tract in Howard; $1.
Joseph Thomas, Adm., to C. Arthur
Thomas, tract in Bellefonte; $700.
A. C. Confer, et ux, to Clyde S.
Confer, tract in Gregg Twp.; $2,000.
——Get your automobile plates as
well as your Christmas gifts early.
Planned City of Refuge
In 1824 an idea occurred to the late
Maj. Mordecai M. Noah, a distin-
guished Israelite of the city of New
| York, then editor of a prominent po-
litical journal called the National
Advocate, that Grand island, in the
Niagara river, would make a suitable
asylum for the Jews of all nations,
whereon they could establish a great
city and become emancipated from
the oppzession bearing so heavily up-
on them in foreign countries, The
city of Ararab, which he contemplat-
ed founding for this purpose, never
developed after a series of failures
end disappointments on his part.
Can You Beat It?
One of our friends dropped in the
“I'm going to tell you,” he said,
“about the meanest man you ever
“Some stunt,” said we.
“Listen,” said he. “I was driving
over town in Wednesday's rain and
saw a good-looking man plodding
along sans umbrella. I held up and
asked him to ride. He accepted. On
Congress street he said, ‘I'll get out
here,’ 1 let him out. A little later
i looked back in the tonneau for the
That had gone
too.”—Portland Evening Express.
TOOK SODA 20 Y
FOR GAS—STOPS NOW
“For 20 years I took soda for indi-
gestion and stomach gas. One bottle
of Adlerika brought me complete re-
lief.”—J. B, Hardy.
Adlerika relieves stomach gas and
sourness in TEN minutes. Acting on
BOTH upper and lower bowel, it re-
moves old waste matter you never
thought was in your system. Let
Adlerika give your stomach and how-
els a REAL cleansing and see how
much better you feel. It will surprise
you! Zeller’s Drug Store.
EDISON’S NEW INVENTION
FIRST IN SCHOOL’S
UNIQUE MUSIC TEST
Tona! Beauty Wins in Curtain Com-
petion at Mill Valley Before Mt.
Tamalpais School Authorities. .
The purchase of several music re-
producing instruments recently came
up for consideration at the Mt. Tam-
alpais high school, in Mill Valley,
The authorities fully realized the
importance of their decision on the
school’s work in musical instruetion,
for the excellence of which Mt. Tam-
2lpals enjoys a widespread reputa-
The board determined that neither
personal preference nor hearsay evi-
dence should influence their choice.
Recognizing the power of well-known
names frequently to color an indi-
vidual’s judgment, they resolved to
make a test of instruments which
should be nameless to the hearers!
Accordingly, makers of the fore-
most music-reproducing instruments
were invited to send samples of their
products to the school for a compara-
tive test. The various instruments
were assembled, concealed complete-
ly behind curtains, and identified to
the hearers only by number.
This arrangement guaranteed a
choice which was entirely impartial,
the decision being made solely on the
evidence which reached the hearers’
The decision was not based on one
comparison, but seven! After seven
complete comparisons of the entire
group, the unanimous opinion was in
favor of Instrument Number Five,
as giving the most perfect tonal re-
production, while second choice fa-
vored Instrument Number Two. The
results are of interest to every music
Instrument Number Five proved to
be the new Edisonie playing Edison
Records, while Instrument Number
Two revealed itself as the new Edi-
sonic equipped with an attachment,
playing needle-type records.
As. the local Edison dealer,
Mr. Harter, Harter’s Music Store, re-
marked, when told of this test: “A
sweeping victory, and no wonder!
The interest already displayed in the
new Edisonic in this vicinity con-
vinces us that Mr. Edison has
achieved the ultimate in music-repro-
ducing instruments. Every day, more
people are asking to hear ‘close-up’
OR SALE.—A water power Washer,
like new. Price $10.00 Inquire of J.
M. Fulton, at the Maytag store,
OR SALE.—Red Star 0il Range, 6
Burner. Excellent condition. In-
quire this office or E. N. Sullivan,
254 8. Gill St., State College. 72-45-3t
S of the Court of Common Pleas of
Centre County, to me directed, will be ex-
exposed to public sale at The Court House
in the Borough of Bellefonte on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, :1927. ..
the following property:
All that certain messuage, tenement and
tract of land situate and being in the
Township of Spring, County of Centre and
State of Pennsylvania, bounded and de-
scribed as follows :—
BEGINNING at a corner of land now
or formerly of John Hoy’s Estate, on the
line of land of Rowland C. Irvin: thence
along line of land
and land of A. O. Furst North 67 degrees
20” East 211 and 76-100 rods to a post;
thence along land now or formerly D.
Grove South 23 degrees East 202 perches
to stones; thence along land or formerly
of Reuben Valentine's estate and George
Valentine South 62 degrees West 425
perches to stones; thence along land now
or late of P. and W. Barnhart North 29
degrees west 100 perches to stones; thence
along land of John Hoy’s estate the fol-
lowing courses and distances:— North 64%
degrees East 122 perches to a post; thence
North 221 degrees West 14 perches to a
post; thence North 64
grees Fast 105 perches to a corner; thence
North 251 degrees west 113 perches to the
place of beginning.
Containing 413 acres and 124 perches net
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Allen Sheldon defend-
ant and W. G. Runkle, terre tenant.
Sale to commence at 1:30 o'clock P. M.
of said day.
HERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue
writ of Levari Facias
E. R. TAYLOR, Sherifr.
Sheriff's office, Bellefonte, Pa.,
November 15th, 1927. 72-45-3t
What would be more appropriate
for the Kidlet than 2 or 3 nice Sun-
Tub Dresses, a couple of Voiles, an
Ever-Fast Dress, 4 or 5 of them for
the cost of one ordinary ready made.
At a Reduced Rate 20%
71286m J. M. KEICHLINE, Agent
Consider a nice Linen Square, Tow-,
el Sets, Shaving Sets, Suspenders,
Garter Sets, Outing Night Shirts and
Night Gowns, Silk Hose, Silk and
Stickler & Koons
8 West Bishop Street
of Rowland C. Irvin |
and one-half de-'
Oh, Yes! Call Bellefonte 432
W.R. Shope Lumber Co.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Millwork and Roofing
We are unable, owing to the size
of our room, to display all of our
goods. We have them—the styles and
prices that appeal. We sell the goods
that tells the tale. Just give us a
chance. If you buy it at GARMAN’S,
TOYS IN ENDLESS LINE,
pedes in all the styles.
at all prices.
ask us. Veloci-
Shoo Flys, Doll Carts,
Hockey Sticks, Archery Sets,
Engines, Magic Lan-
FOR YOU WIFE—Material for 2
or 3 Dresses——a Rayon, English
Print, Fasheen, Crepe, Sun Tub, Ever
Fast, Satin, Silk, Jersey, Wool Crepe,
Flannel. We carry the largest as-
sortment in the city. Customers say
Before they were made in America
WE sold them. We sold them first
when they were made in London,
England. This FACT OUGHT
to give us some selling prestige.
We stock three of the best lines
in America—Gibson, Volland and
Buzza:’ No store can show you
|The Price Ranges From
1 Cent to $1.00 Each
If you enjoy buying Cards that
have been rightly selected, buy
Your Stationery Store
‘ —the store that helped to found
the Card Business—and did not
| “‘move in’’ to enjoy the profits.
BE SURE OF A MERRY CHRISTMAS BY
JOINING ONE OR MORE OF THE FOL-
with three per cent. interest, added if all payments are made
regularly or in advance
Bellefonte Trust Co.
Bellefonte, Pa. ; i
PAY CHRISTMAS CLUBHERED)
Members paying 25 cents a week for fifty
weeks will receive ........ I idea $12.50
Members paying 50 cents a week for fifty
weeks. ‘will ‘veeelve ............ 00.0000 ET $25.00
CLASS 100 :
Members paying $1.00 a week for (fifty 4
weeks Will TeCelVe ..c..vciveeiarnrninrsnreaes $50.00 |
CLASS 200 :
Members paying $2.00 a week for (fifty ;
This Store has Always Been weeks will receive .................. 0.0 $100.00 |
the Home of
CLASS 500 ;
Members paying $5.00 a week for fifty 3
weeks’ Will Tecelve ...c..civ.iicvnnrvareraaiss $250.00 |
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and Other Gifts
So many gift suggestions
oh crowd to the fore when you come here
= Christmas shopping that the difficulty
US comes in deciding which to choose.
Our aid in this problem is yours to
Coggswell Chairs, covered in fine
quality Jacquard, Velours and
Mohairs . . . $27.50 to $90.00
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5s W. R. Brachbill
Spring Street...... Bellefonte, Pa.
A Large Display of
Suitable for Gifts
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