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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
Y. M. C A. Notes The time of the Sunday evening meetings is to be changed from 6:30 to 6:00 o’clock , beginning October 15, in order to allow those who desire to go to evening services in one of the churches. The subject for next Sunday’s meeting will be "A Square Deal. " Bible study classes will meet regularly f or the firs t time next Sunday at the hour agreed upon by the variou s groups. The invitation is here repeated for all students to join one of these groups. The entertainments under the auspices of the Association will be held in the Auditorium this year. Course tickets will be sold for $1.50. Single tickets for the first entertainment (The Lotus Glee Club, October 20,) will be 35 cents; reserved seats 25 cents extra for the whole course if a course ticket is purchased , or 25 cents for each separate enfertainment.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
M. BORN & CO. WILL MAKE YOU A PAIR OF Or ~~~~~~ r_’ ~ cy WITH THE SAME REGARD FOR STYLE AND FIT THAT .THEY GIVE TO AN ORDER FOR AN EXPENSIVE SUIT. WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES. ALSO A FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS , OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS. C ~ _Ei _t l~ E_1_r_1_c_1 ~~~~~~~~ Ottr ~~~~~ r _ri p 1€. ~~~ REMEMBER—We keep all ~ garments sold by us pressed throughout the College year without charge. STAHL & GARRAFIAN, 314 Main Building. Business Hours: 4 to 5 and 6 to 8 P. M.
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
If you must be extravagant go to one of the ten good tailors in the country . But if you want to be well dressed , to wear clothes having indivi duality and style and yet only pay a REASONABLE sum , wear HART , SCL-IAFFNER & MARX garments. The reason for this is simp le—In the first instance you pay the entire cost of an artist’s work. In the other this same cost is thinly spread over a number of garments. :: :: :: :: ~~I1V _~ , the ~ ~~ 1c ~ thie ~ r Distr ib utor of HART , SC_1IAFFNER & MARX Clothes. ~~ t ~~ te c ~ Q11e ~ ge R _espr e ~~ent ~~ t _;_ij e S]V% ITH & STQL ~ Ld Na. 242 M cJ 11i t i- ~~ ~~ _~~
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
LOCALS Inspection and chapel exercises were omitted last Sunday. , has entered Bucknell to pursue a classical course. • A large number of student s attended a dance in Belief onte last Friday evening. McCleary_, ex-_’_05 , is in the cmploy of the Lehigh Valley Railroad Co. at Wilkesbarre. Many students attended the High School dance at Harrisburg the evening before the game. Lytle, ‘06, who was recovering from sickness at his home in Philadelphia , has returned to college. _~ , 0. C. Snyder , ex-’OS, was here over last Sunday visiting his fraternity, the Kappa $igma. A. H. Roop, who was assistant in the chemical laboratories year before last has returned to take _h is old position. Andy Lytle took excellent care of State’s varsity squad at Harrisburg last Saturday. Dr. F. E. Clark , Ph. D,, instructor in Chemistry here last year is now professor of chemistry at the Central University of Kentucky. A large number of students missed the special leaving Harrisburg Saturday evening and w...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
WESTON STANDARD PORTABLE DIRECT READING Voltmeters , Ammeters , Obmetters and Portable Galvanometers For Laboratory, Testing and Swith-boa rd use Our Portable Instruments are _reco ~ nized as STANDARD The semi-portable Laboratory_.Standards are still better. Our Station Voltmeters and Ammeters are unsurpassed in point of extreme accuracy and lowest consumption of energy Vieston Electrical Instrument Co Main Office and Works Waver ly Park. NEWARK , N. J. New York Office , 74 _Cortf nndt St. Weston Standard Portlable Voltmeter C. . G F:F _~ H A _I Dealer in all Standard Makes of Pianos , Organs , Sewing Machines and Musical In _struments _13ellefQI-ite, P a . ~ Y F A GIE I ~ & IAV ~ I ~~ ~ SHOES THAT ARE RIGHT E3e ~ 11 _xitc ~ _- ~ - IE _~~ i. _- 5. E. KIMPO R T NITTANY LIGHT Dealer in Choice Beef. Pork , Veal, Lamb and Poultry in Season. - _I State College. . STATE COL _LEGa H _. -GR MM W ILLIAMS & ROAN FURNIS-URE _DEALCRS M ERCHAN T TAILOR - FOLDING BOOK CASES STATE ...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
Theta Pi House on a part of a plot of ground to _,be devoted entirely to fraternity buildings. The Mineralogy Laboratory which has been moved to a new site near the foundations of University Inn , was opened for work this week with L. B. Smith and R. P. Farrington as instructors. —3. J. Snyder leaves the college every morning at 6.15 for Lemont and returning arrives at 9.20. In the afternoon the hack leaves at 1.40 and returns at 4.40. Extra trips when called for. W. H. Housel happily surprised the fellows on the return trip from Harrisburg Saturday night by fui-nishing sandwiches free- of charge. The boys were warm in their praise of Mr. Housel’s _thoughtftilness.
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
JOHN I. ROBISON M. S. McDOWELL _B M. FOSTER State College Suppl y CO Successors to W. L. Foster Dealers General Merchandi se COLLEGE PENNANT S PILLO WS HAT BANDS, ETC. Agents for Spalding s Sporting Goods Walk-Over Shoes for Ladies and _Gentlemen Fine Line of Gents -Furnishings _-=Neglige and Dress Shirts Fanc y Groceri es at Wholesale and Retail. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
H. D. MEEK THE DRUG STORE GREETING This town is too small to support a drug store alone so ~~ use the words mostly to designate our place of business. We carry as large a line of Sundries as is found in any first class drug store , but specialize on Stationery, Drawing Materials and Fine Cigars. Our Soda trade is handled by EXPERTS and our terms ~re Cash. - They won t let us join the Co-Ope r ative " , but we s _~ s ~re ~ ur pro fits with You just the same , by rais ing the Stan _d ard and Qua lsty of our Goods and mainta ining the same low prices. • Kindly give us a call and let us get acquaint ed any way. _Yqu _~ s from the start , H. D. _MEEE . Phar. D. - THE DRUG -STORE H. D. MEEK ~
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
Our MIcroscop es , _Mlcrolomps _, _Laboralo_,_y _Ob _oe. _vera_, ChemIcal _apparatus_, Chemicals , Photo Lenses and Shutter s , Field Class es , Projec tion Apparatu s , _Photo ~ Mlcro Cameras are used _Li the leadlagLab- oratories an _Coner ’nt _llsp_!_Ie i h *o a Cataloga ‘ Frc Bausch & Lomb Opt Co ROC _HEsTER , N. Y. New York Chicago lloston _Fra nkf_,_ut _. G’y ~~~~~~~~~ _~ ~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
CENT. R. R. OF PA. In Effect Nov. 28, 1904 No. S No. 3 No. _I I No. 2 No.4 No.6 _I_’. _SI . P._51. A . M ._lLv. A _u . A . M. L’. _31. P. M _f_, _4_o _t_2 30 _+_lio flellolonte 040 510 92_(_1 — N.Y . C_.& _- U. R. R.R. — — — _Lv . Ar . 7 _5 ~ _3 53 8 21) Mill _h all 8 21) _II 09 757 7 01 11 25 _(licarfield 8 21 _5 _1_)0 Ar . Lv . P. M , 8 ~ 11 _45 .ler. Shore 7 50 8 _lii o 10 12 20 W’ ms_9ort j7 20 _f_2 40 - ~~ &R _. R. 1’_, M. P._M . Lv. Ar. A. M. *_11 _34_) t12 211 W’msport _6 _50 225 _s 01 4 _iS Tamaqua 2 59 It 13 Ar . Lv. 780 I’hiiad’_a. _~ i_1 _30 _4036 — C.R.otN .J. _Ar . Lv. * _9 02 10 40 New York 87 30 f4 30 (v i a _Phila _) 10 40 New York f4 00 ( via Tam_.) A . _5_! . _1_’. _51. P. _51. A. _31. tweck-days ~ T_)_a_1Iy *Suuiday _10 _55 a. _en _IlSundiLy, 0.00 a. in. Bellefonte Central R. R. On and after Monday, Slay _29_th , _1005 traIns will run as follows Irom 1. _Lt. _II . station , ~ Vestward Ea _*_twiiid itoa _ll down Read up —_- Stations — — No. No. No. ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
Notice Appointments for Junior and Sophomore debates, so far as it is possible to arrange them, are posted on the Bulletin Board in the Lobby of the Carnegie Library. All who have not handed in a list of their vacant hours for the Semester , are requested to do so at once, at ’ Room 367. -
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
__ WE CARR Y _--Gent ’s Furnishin gs - Wanama ker & Brown s Made =to=Order Clothing Regal Shoes Drawing Material A Complete Line of Stationer y -Novelties Books THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION T. F. F _QI tZ ‘06 , ~~~~~~ H. _Pi_. L ~~ it ~~~~ 1I ‘04 , 1V ~gr