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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 15 February 1899
S . J . CODORI , Jr ., Druggist , &gt; DEALER IN ¦ Drugs , M cdicii _^ es , Toilet _Articles , „ _, Stationery , Blank Books , Amateur Photographic Supplies , _iialtimorc Street
Eagle Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 22 February 1899
Eagle Hotel THE _^ M 08 T _, C 0 im . ETEJtpm fit _QEmsaUHO FRANK EBmART _. irop r , - ~ - Formerly of ffottt _Btlttuut _Ttrrwi _? V _k . 7 . , _loivlnjc / _fi , _Col . _J _; _t- \ , I ,, &gt; _* J- RATES S 2 . 00 PER DAY . OH AMBER PARLORS ( 3 . 00 PER DAY .- Cuisine of -particular e \ cellencct v Steaui heated _nnrf _electric _Hgh _^ tcd * Public . anj 3 private parlors . - * - Sanitary arrangements perfect . ,, Sample rooms on first floor . _Ehejargest and most elegaiit . , ~ -All moclern conveniences . Electric fans ami bells . • Private bath and « itsh , roonis _ aiid _closetspn every floor . ¦ - ¦ - Headqnarter 5 of K . W . Minuigh , the well known Battlefield Guide and I _&lt; ecturef ? fhe Ragle is also Jteadquarters for Veterans , Tourists , Commercial Men ami the public generally , who visit _Gettysburg ., Free Bus . to niid from all trains . u . . Telephone No . M . 1 _ - ! _, V . _ ; • _- &gt; - I * .. . _~ ; K . £ - . _ -
To _Heodeps of The G « tty _« but » gi « n . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 22 February 1899
To _Heodeps of The G « tty _« but » gi « n . The Editor and Business Manager at present in charge of the Gettysuurgian will in a short time transfer the paper to a new board . The readers of this paper will unite with me in commending the faithful work of those who originated this enterprise two years ago and of those who during the past year have conducted the paper . In its inception there was a fear expressed that there would not be news matter enough for a weekly college publication . The well rilled pages each week have shown that this fear was not well grounded . It is true that at times the personal notes concerning the Alumni were not so full as was desired by the editors , but they certainly have shown great enterprise and industry in gathering information for this department . The writer , speaking from intimate personal knowledge since the issue of the first number of the Gettvsburgian , can testify that the editors have given much thought and very considerable time and c...
Publie meeting of the Pen and Sword Society . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 22 February 1899
Publie meeting of the Pen and Sword Society . The observance of the twenty-second of February as a Gettysburg day dates back to 1832 . It was at the first the anniversary day of the Phrenakosmian Society . With the decadence of the literary societies anniversary celebrations dropped out of vogue ; and , while long before this time Washington s Birthday had lost its precedence , the disappearance of anniversary occasions in the college year left student and alumni enthusiasm centered about no single day . It is true Washington s Birthday has continued to be celebrated with the student s masquerade . And it was doubtless this fact , and the traditions which clustered about the Twenty second , which led the Pen and Sword Society to select it as the time for its annual public meeting . It was the purpose of the society in fixing upon this date to combine patriotism and college loyalty in this annual event . It was hoped that from time to time the presence of some distinguished visitor c...
The Weekly Gettysbuhgiam . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 22 February 1899
The Weekly Gettysbuhgiam . Houi to _Hdtfef tia « College . One of , if not the very best way to advertise a college at the present day is by its athletic , musical and liteiary organizations and its periodicals . These features attract public attention to a college . The student body as a unit stand read ) to contribute themselves , time , college csprii dc corps and money to so advertise Gettysburg College . Many alumni are ready to contribute of their means . But the Board of Trustees have not as yet contributed , nor indicated in any that they are ready to contribute one cent of financial support toward this best of advertisements of the College . It is no advertisement to the College to send out athletic teams to return at the end of season with an exhibition of a list of failures . Success and victories at athletics attract the attention of that part of the woild from which the college has drawn its support , and emphasize the regard in which the college is held . In other loca...
TOWN NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 22 February 1899
TOWN NOTES . The funeral of Rev . H . L . Baugher , D . D ., which took place from his late residence in this place , last Thursday afternoon , was largely attended by many visiting clergymen and by the students of both the College and Seminary , Services were conducted at the house in which Rev . H . C . Alleman , Rev . E . J . Wolf , D . D _., of this place , Rev . H . E . Jacobs , of Mount Airy , Philadelphia , and Rev . Dr . Barnitz , of Des Moines , Iowa , took part . The Senior class of College attended the services at the house , wearing their caps and gowns , Interment was made in the Baugher family lot in Evergreen Cemetery . The pall-bearers were : Rev . Dr . L . _Kulilman , of Frederick , Md ., Rev . A . G . Fastnacht , of York ; Rev . M . L . Cressman , of Lewistown ; Rev . W . S . VanCleve , of this place ; Prof . Franklin Menges , of York , and Rev . Dr . J . C . Roller , of Hanover . A new Building and Loan Association has been formed in this place and has made applic...