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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
THERE ‘is but one method - of acquiring and retaining a beautiful clear , delicately -tinted comp lexion. The pores of the skin _mu st first be rid of all impurities , and the - circulation gently stiniulated t’ carry nutrition to all the tiny cells and tissues. Pompeian ~ Mas sage Cream builds up and rounds out ~ the contour of the face _ad _~ I form by cleansing, exerc ising, an d feeding’ the skin through and through—by strengthening the muscles. It removes all wrinkles blackheatis, roughness , an d irritation , without promoting the growth _of hair or causing the skin to shine—impar tingag lowofh ealth and beauty that only natureat her best can give. FrIes Oc _.ud $1.00 _per
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
AGENTS WANTE D to sell _~ th e Novels of PAUL DE KOCK. The Outlook says "he is one of the _mnst amusing writers of the centur y ; " and Bulwer ~~ rote ~ f him " more rac y and powerful than any other writer _I am _~ _kwar e of." Pamp hlet sent on re q _ite ~ t. GE ORGE- BAR _RX E & SONS , _- j 3_r 3 Walnut Street , Phil adel phia.
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
C ~~~11e ~ g ~~ ~~~ t ~_Li ~ citic _Sniith , ~ Proprietor ~~ t ~~ te - _- - - W .w. Stands as a synonym for high c ~ a ~ s photographic work . We are equipped for all sized p_1cture s ~ up to _14xl7 , eithe ~ in gallery or outside. We think noihlng to. good for_- State -Collège_, _~ - ther efor handle only the newest , latest and best in stock chemicals _accessorfes , etc.- Our postal cards . College views or portraits .aie not hatf tones_, but photographs and they are swell. 30 PING FaNG ~ HOTOQRAPN$ FOR- 25 CENTS. FLASH LIGHT GROUPS INY ~~UR ROOM 25 CENTS EACH. - Home portraiture solicited. Copying, ~ - enla rging, etc.- Appointment s for sittings in advance. - - - - - 2 - ‘‘W. ~~ M _iimF _i, _.I1 ~~~ tc ~~~ r ~ ip_1_ic ~ r ~
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
OUR NE W_.FALL and WINTER CLOTHING Men ’s Furnishing Goods and Hats are Now Open for Inspection and Sale We never have gone into these articles so extensively and SO carefully. Be assur ed of our earnest efforts to please all of dur friends and customers in-quality, style, fit and price. :: :: We Have Larger Lines of Sporting Goods than any Former Season MERCHANT TAILORING In all its Branches. Fully Equipped. Suits Made and Trimmed , $10 and $15 Manhatten Shirts and Guyer Hats. 11 _i_5_( W ._fOIUU MONTGOMERY & CO _~ ~~ _~ _~
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
FIT "~ The most noticable part of a man ’s wearing apparal is a stylish fit. And it is largely from this that our first impressions are formed. College men as a usual thing- dress more tastily than "men in any other walk of life , and it is not an unusual expression HE IS DRESSED LIKE A COLLEGE MAN " A man who comes to College , _.m ay at first lack taste in the selection of his garments; but this is speedily overcome when he comes daily in contact with other men of good taste and selection. The man most to be pitied is the ‘than who has the ideas of dress but cannot secure a tailor competent of executing them. This is the man with whom we are most desirous ot becoming acquainted , and it will riot cost him anything to make our acquaintance , if he is not satisfied and benefitted. We Will Not Allow a Man to Have a Suit Over Which He Expresses the Least Dissatisfaction. Wana maker & Brown Hav e given charge of all State College tailoring to Mr. Strecher , their most proficien...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
9 ’I-IERE is but one method of _1_. . acquiring and retaining a beautiful, clear, delicately tinted complexion. The pores of the skin _m ust f irst be rid of all impurities , and the circulation gently stimulated to carry nutrition to all t _he tiny cells and tissues. Pompeian Massage Cream builds up and roun ds out the contour of the face and form by cleansing, cxerci_5_ing, and feeding the skin through and through—by strengthening the muscles. It removes all wrinkles, blackheads, roughness , and irritation w ithout promoting the growth of hair or causing the skin to shine—i nipartingaglowof health and beauty that only nature at her best can give. Prtce COc _cud l . OO mer ar
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
AGENTS WANTED to scil th e Novels of PAUL DE KOCK. The Outlook says "he is one of-the most Imusing writers of the century ;" and Buhver wrote of him , " more racy and powerful than any other writer _I am aware of." Pamp hlet sent on rcqucst. GEORGE BAR RIE & SONS , _I 3 Waln _~ it _Street s Phila del phi a.
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
GRAHAM THE BARBER _URIN ONAN&thUITP Let us help you. Smart St yles ~ Gocd Workmanship-Low Prices. A rare combination. For samples see S. K. VARNES _1 33 Annex No. 2 _1’ _~ ‘ red _Kauffmann ’ s _LocalRepresentative _FRED KAUFFM ~ _&I N TbieAmciican Tail’_: Chicago, U.S.A.
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
_‘_l_. _• 3 ee OUR NEW FALL and WINTER CLOTHINO Men’s Furnishing Goods and Hats are Now Open for Inspection _ai ~ d Sale We never have gone into these articles so extensively and so carefully. Be assured of our earnest effor ts to please all of our friends and customers in quality, style , fi t and price. :: We Have Larger Lines of Sporting Goods than any Former Season MERCHANT TAIL ORING In all its Branches. Fully Equipped. Suits Made and Trimmed , $10 and $15 Manhattan Shirts and-Guyer Hats. _The _new _Of _neresitaim MONTGOMERY & Co
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
SPALDINGS O FFICIA L FOOT BALL GUIDE Edited By Walter Camp for 1905 Containing the newly revised OFFICIAL PLAYING RULES All _AnlCrlC;L Learns and review of season of 1904; All America teams from _1_S 9 to _1004; All _~ merica selections from lending newspapers ; Middle West all star team for 1904; All _i _~ usl em _col loge elevens for 1904. by Ldiarles Edward Patterson , or Princeton; record of all the leading teams; scores of the game between prominent colleges sitice Introduction of Itughy foot ball; review or special annual college matches in 1004 ; a short description of t _he game. special chapters on the state of the game In the following sections of the country: Sllddie \Vest. by Charles Baird. of t he University of Michi gan; Middle States , by George Orton, of Pennsylvania; New England, by .loseph _II.L_’enclleton; _Colorado. hy A. W. Risley; I’acihlc Coast, by IL L. Bag erly_; _tim South. by .1. L. cie-Saullet : _thc Southwest. by Martin A. Delaney ; forecast _br season o...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
State Collegian Vol. II , No. 2. STATE COLLEGE, PA., SEPTEMBER 28, 1905. Price Five Cents Athletic _ Meeting. About four hundred students turned out to the meeting of the Athletic Association held in the old chapel !ast Friday evening. Various matters of interest in regard to the present football season were discussed particularly those relating to the game with Carlisle Indians at Harrisburg on October 7. A large degree of interest in this game has been shown and it is probable that a greater number of the student-body will attend the game at Harrisburg than any ~ ther game of the season outside of State College. Railroad rates were discussed and a committee was appointed to inquire into and make a report concerning special trains and other railroad _facihi ~ ies_. Captain Yeckley ‘06, McGee , ‘06, and several others spoke in favor of taking a large crowd of rooters to the game and , aroused immense ent husiasm. A motion was made and carried that President Hays should appoint cheer...