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——The Fauble Store is celebrat-
ing its 44th birthday with the
greatest sale in its history. The
savings are big. Don’t miss this
dirthday party. 48-1t
Ee rer ret ems
Bellefonte, Pa., December 5, 1930.
From the Largo of the Symphony
“From the New World” by Anton
‘Dvorak, words and adaptation by Wil-
Jlam Arms Fisher: Melody played by
Dr. L. B. Woodcock at the services for
Winifred B. Meek-Morris.
Go-in home, go-in Home,
Qui-et-like, some still day,
I'm jes’ go-in’ home.
It’s not far, jes’ close by,
Through an o-pen door;
Work all done, care laid by,
Go-in to fear no more.
Moth-er’s there ’spect-in me
Fa-ther's wait-in’ too;
Lots o' folks gath-er'd there,
All the friends I knew.
No-thin’ lost, all's gain,
No more fret nor pain,
No more stum-blin’ on the way,
No more long-in for the day.
Morn-in’ star lights the way
Res’less dream all done,
Sha-dows gone, break o’ day,
Real life jes’ be-gun.
Dere's no break, ain't no end,
Jes’ a-liv-in’ on;
Wide a-wake, with a smile
Go-in on and on.
er m— a ——
The Fauble Stores’ 44th an-
wiversary sale begins Saturday, De-
cember 6. 48-1t
PATIENTS TREATED AT
CENTRE COUNTY HOSPITAL.
Charies D. Houser, of Benner
township, was discharged on Mon.
-day of last week after having un-
<dergone surgical treatment.
William L. Young, of Ferguson
township, was discharged on Mon-
day of last week.
Miss Mary Brown, of Belle-
fonte, who had been a medical pa-
tient, was discharged on Monday of
Mrs. Earl Vonada, of Walker town-
ship, was admitted on Monday asa
Miss Claire Casper, of Benner
township, became a medical patient
Robert E., seven-months_old son of
Mr, and Mrs. George Barner, of
-Spring township, was admitted on
-Monday for medical treatment.
Mrs. Bond Musser, of Millheim,
was discharged on Tuesday after
undergoing surgical treatment.
Catherine E., six.year-old daugh-
‘ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swyers,
“of Milesburg, was admitted on Tues-
“day as a surgical patient and dis-
«charged the following day.
Harry Follmar, of Bellefonte, who
dnad been under surgical treatment,
‘was discharged on ‘i'uesday.
The three-day-old-son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Neff, of Harris town-
ship, died on Wednesday.
BUY - IN- BELLEFONTE
| Dr. R. L. Capers
Special Non-Surgical Method
of Treating Rectal Diseases
Bloodless and Painless
Hours 9-12 a. m.
Monday and Wednesday 1-5 p. m.
Friday 7-9 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7-9 p. m.
The Variety Shop
Over a Third of a Century
at Same Location
Merchandise and Prices
C.Y. Wagner & Co., Inc.
Flour, Corn Meal ana Feed
And Dealers in
All Kinds of Grain
Bell Phone 22
and Cream Cheese, Butter, Whip-
ping Cream and Certified Milk—
Harry E. Clevenstine
When Winter Comes you will Need Your
Let Us Repair or Remodel It—
Spring and High Streets
* Mrs. Guy Brown und infant daugh-
ter, of Bellefonte, were discharged
~Mrs. Guy Zong and infant son, of
State College, were discharged on
Helen J, five_year-cld daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin, of
Milesburg, was admitted on Wednes-
«day as a surgical patient.
- Mr. and Mrs. Morris Keer, of
‘State College, are receiving con-
gratulations on the birth of an in-
fant son, born on Wednesday.
Dean Fetzer, of State College, be-
You Need No Longer be Told
You Have an Expensive Foot
Shoes for Women
$5.00 and $6.00
Mingle’s Shoe Store
‘came a surgical patient on Wednes-
Marguerite Reese, of Snow Shoe,
‘student nurse at the hospital, be-
«came a medical patient on Wednes-
Mrs. Sidney Weller
daughter, of Bellefonte,
“charged on Thursday,
Harry G. Ebbs, of Patton town-
‘ship, was admitted on Friday for
medical treatment and was dis-
charged on Sunday.
Albert Gill, of Spring township,
“who had been under surgical treat-
ment, was discharged on Friday.
Clair W. Brower, of Fleming, was
“admitted on Friday for surgical
Violet C. Sellers, wife of Alvin
“Sellers, of State College, was dis-
“charged on Saturday after under-
gong surgical treatment.
Baird Hershey, of Pittsburgh, was
‘admitted on Sunday as a surgical
Ernest B. McChesney, of Juniata,
“was admitted on Sunday as a surgi-
There were forty-one patients in
“the hospital atthe beginning of this
——The Fauble Store is celebrating
its 44th birthday with the greatest |
sale in its history. The savings
are big Don’t miss this birthday
—A “Franklin” A grade guaranteed !
sagless spring construction living |
room suite, upholstered in new!
covers, makes the ideal gift for the
entire family, on sale at W.R. Brach- !
bill's Furniture Store. 48-1t |
———Share inthe $500 cash prizes. |
“Get your coupons at Faubles, 48-1t
THEY WHO DANCE
MUST PAY FIDDLER
People Cannot Take More Out of
a Community Than They
COLLAPSE 1S INEVITABLE
Town Will Not Survive Long if Its
Commercial Structure Is Torn
Down Faster Than it Can
Be Built Up.
(Copyright, 1917, Western Newspaper Union.)
He who dances must pay the fiddler.
That is an old saying which is full of
truth. The primary idea in this say-
ing, of course, is that one cannot have
any pleasure without paying for it in
some way, but this is not the only
sense in which it may be construed.
It means that we cannot pursue any
foolish policy indefinitely without pay-
ing for it in the end.
No man can overtax his physical
strength indefinitely without risk-
ing ultimate disaster. Dissipation
or overwork may be continued for a
time without any noticeable results,
but if continued for a sufficiently long
time the inevitable comes to pass. The
laws of nature cannot be violated with
impunity. If one takes out of life more
than he puts in, if he tears down his
physical strength faster than he builds
it up, he must eventually pay the fid-
What is true of the laws of nature
is equally true of economic laws. The
‘people of a community may for a time
tear down the commercial structure of
| a town faster than they build it up
without meeting disaster, but it cannot
be continued indefinitely. In the end
they must pay the fiddler.
Exhaust Resources of io ah
The person who makes his HAE 1n
a community, receiving the mofiey of
the community for his labor or the
products of his labor, and then spends
his income outside of his community
is helping to exhaust the resources of
the community just as the man who
expends his energy through dissipa-
tion or overexertion faster than he
builds it up is exhausting his physical
resources. One man may do this, of
course, without noticeably affecting the
economic strength of thegcommunity,
but when a dozen men or women do
it the effect becomes noticeable and
when a hundred do it the resources of
the community become exhausted to
the point where collapse is inevitable.
Those who are responsible for this sit-
uation may think that they have profit-
The Key to Better Business
LIFE IS A GIVE AND TAKE PROPOSITION
- the~farmer's products. + - - - ;
If you want, satisfactory printing at reasonable prices
the Watchman Office will be glad to do it. for you.
ed individually by their actions, but
they have not realized that in the end
they must pay the fiddler.
There are some persons who seem to
be able to get through life without
much effort. There are some who pro-
ceed on the theory that the world owes
them a living and they proceed to col-
lect it. They take what they can get
and give nothing in return. Such per-
sons, however, are not very numerous.
Most of us must pay for everything
that we get. Some may have to pay
more than their share and these are
carrying the burden of those who get
more than they pay for. The fact re-
mains that, as a general rule, one can-
not have much worth while without
paying for it.
The merchants of any community
are the backbone of that community,
so far as its prosperity and progress
are concerned. Individually there may
be some of them who do not exert
themselves to boost thelr community,
but collectively they are the men upon
whom the living of every person in
the community depends. The success
or failure of an individual merchant
may not be of particular concern to
the people of a community, but the
success or failure of the merchants as
a whole is a matter of the very great:
Provide Market for Farmers.
The merchants of a town, in the firs
place, provide a market for a large
part of the products of the farmers
in the territory surrounding the town.
They buy the produce of the farmers
in small quantities, in accordance with
their need, and some of them buy in
larger quantities for shipment to for-
eign markets. If the merchants could
not do this there would be no market
at least for the small quantities except
at ruinous prices. If the farmers could
not realize a reasonable profit from
their products, there would be no mon-
ey for them to spend and there could
be no money to pay for your products
or to pay for your labor. It is there-
fore, of the greatest importance to ev-
ery member of the community, wheth-
er a resident of the town or a farmer
in the country surrounding the town,
that the merchants be enabled to pro-
vide this market for at least a part of
Every dollar sent away from a town
to a mail order house helps to di:ninish
the ability of the local merchants to
provide a market for the farmer's prod-
ucts or to do any of the many other
things which the merchants of every
town do for their community.
Goodbye Dirty Coal Dust!
You can say this only when you use
Genuine Dustless Coal scientifically
treated to eliminate coal dust. Our
Cambria Smokeless and Dustless Coal
saves cleaning, sweeping and dust-
ing. See us before buying.
J. O. BREWER
Successor to Thomas Coal Yard
A transmission which permits the
engine to pull the car, but prevents
the car pulling the engine.
North Water Street
City Coal Yard
0. G. Morgan, Proprietor
Anthracite C oO al
Exclusive Sale of the
and The Original Cherry Run Coals
We handle U. S. Government in-
spected meats for the health and
protection of our patrons.
Leave your orders early for your Xmas
Turkey, Duck, Geese and Chickens.
Phone 384 J
Armstrond Meat Market
Always the Best.
Candy and Tobacces
....At the Big Spring...
W. R. Brachbill
Furniture and Rugs
Part Wool Double Blankets
A Useful Xmas Gift
Cohen & Co.
Business in a community cannot be
conducted on a one-sided basis. A man
cannot take out of his community a
good living for himself and family and
give nothing in return. He may do |
go for a short time and get away with |
it, but in the end he must pay the;
The Best Policy.
It is better to be parsimonious than
Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.
Only One Heatrola
Made by Estate Store Co.
WE SELL IT
Phone 660 . . . Bellefonte
Electric Supply Co.
Radio Sales and Service
Lowest Prices on Batteries
45 Volts B. Batteries $1.60
Dry Cells 35c. :
Radio Tubes Tested Free
Makes Baking Easy
Peninsular Parlor Circulators
Blaben’s Floor Linoleums
Hilo 4-Hour Hard Drying Enamels in
All Shades, Rich in Color and
Durable — Everything in Hard-
ware, at the Right Price.
H. P. Schaeffer
Sells For Less
Come in, lool around
and be convinced.
The Family Outfitter
Next Door to Richelieu Theatre
and Sell “Larro”
“More Profit Over
Martha Washington Candies
Received Fresh Weekly
Orders for Special
Christmas Boxes should
be in by December 6th
Hoag’s Dairy Store
Corner High and Spring Streets
City Cash Grocery
Shop at THE KATZ STORE
...And See For Yourself
that Price has nothing to do with Good Taste
—OQur merchandise is chosen first for itg
Good Taste, its Correctness—If it can be had
for lower prices we’re doubly glad—We be-
lieve our customers like to get the most for
We Propose to
Give It to Them
Runkle’s Drug Store
" x el) Store
Ed. L. Keichline
If in Need of a Real
It will certainly pay you to investi-
gate the “Torrid Sunshine’’—sold by
We trust you find yourselves among
those who feel that Olewine’s Hard-
ware is a good one to deal with.
If so, we are realizing our aspiration
to glve real service in all our deal-
ings, aud we thank you for your
response tv our efforts.
It Pays to Buy the Best
It Pays fo Buy af Beezer’s
Foods of Excellence will Help You Win
Fame as a Provider of Splendid Meals—If
It’s Quality You Want, We Have It.
P. L. Beezer Estate
Cash Meat Market
Established Over Forty Years
Phone 666—667 Free Delivery
Fruit and Vegetables
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds of Produce
Phone 240 W. High Street
From a Lumberman
W. R. Shope
Herr & Heverly
Highest Quality Food Froducts
At the Lowest Possible Prices
Christmas Shopping is Easy
Hunter’s Book Store
there are so many
to give that are inexpensive.
Bellefonte Fuel & Supply Co.
Coal, Feed and Oils
Moshannon f $5.00
Osceola Mills Per Net Ton
5-Ton Lots...$4.50 per Net Ton
Drain and Refill
For Cold Weather
Clean, Clear, Golden
Center Oil and Gas Co.