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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
Educafiona l Trains now bring the facts from the _Expzrirnc nt Station direct _~ ‘ _._2_!_"_ei to t _h e Former. Tire Experiment Statio _n turn arc airxioris to _clbcr t _~ o the _~ tientiorg of moot _v_._ilue to tIre peoltie along tire _routci_, Ask _th em to br iag alonF an exhibit of fer tilizer mater ials and to tell yoti how to ct lire most pList—foot _l for ~ ‘our money. Recently one tr. _iiri _g_’.ive drmorrsrr’.irioirs of _actir_: tl _frrti_:._zc r mi’tittg. Soon many will do so. Taki’ your fcrt _rli ,cr ,Icalcr to ther e tr_,_tiiro. _~~ sk l :_rn to tell Pot ash Salts arid brands cont .iiirirrg six to ten per _ccitt_. Potash. We _sh ah Ire glad to send you , free , _pamltlrh cts irrcparerl by tire bent practical auth orities on fertilizers for various crops arid soils. Write today, mcntiol _iing crops and soils _th at Yost wish to improve. GERMAN HALl WORKS. Inc. Cooiieeaial Buildind. Ba ltimore _Moa ~ ,_dnock _Binch . _Chicado 93 Nasaau Stree t. Naw _York
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
0. C. Gilbert , George W. Sheeler, Jesse M. Houtz , Mauricci Mustin , James B. Ryon , Thomas B. Ryon , Thomas H. Golden , Max Muller, Robert Neefe, James A. Irvin , four alumni were present, P. Hartman of Harrisburg, Raymond B. Winter of Mifflinburg, and John W. Siltzer of Coburn , both of Central _Reterve; and Harry 3. Mueller of the Union County Reserve. The men spent a very enjoy_4_ble forenoon in looking over the interesting features of the Agricultural School under the agreeable direction of Dr. Baker , Prof. L ~ rson and Mr. Ross. Lunch was had at the University Club and a general good time enjoyed. As the bob- s ’ ed pulled out , all were assured of a very hearty welcome should they visit Mont Alto. The Mont Alto Forest School students are a clean , strong, manly set of ,men , and Professor Ziegler is to be congratulated on the high class of , his products. Mr. Schoff’s Lecture. On Saturday evening, Jan. 20 Mr. Wilfred H. Schoff , Secretary of the Commercial Museum of Philade...
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
Have you tried "Buffalo " Smoking Tobacco ? For Pipe or Cigarette GEORGE B. JACKSON ALLRN ST., STATE COLLEGE . PA. J . C. MARKLE All Kinds of Choice Meats Fh.h in _._ea_,_00 138 College Avenue Both phoam ~~~ . B. ~~~~~~~ t_5,_12 ~ I Opt’ieial_2 POST CARDS COLLEGE JEWELRY No. a. p at. 9.18 0._231 No. 4. pm _10_._15 7.50 _5 _15 5.52 2.52 2.15 2 _511 2.10 No. _n_._m_. 7.17 4_,40 1 55 2.25 2.10 a. m. 21.00 10.25 p m. 22.15 u. at 10.80 pm 10._511 9_._15 _8 40 8.87 8.05 8.51 . 8.28 _00 5.50 5 41 5._48 5 40 _5 _05 620 12 18 823 8.20 12.10 0.25 807 5.07 t8_._aO _tll_.50 f5.00 a.m p.m. 7.451 3.20 7 401 t7 ._05 5020 p.m Eastern _Tiara.
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
No. No _NC _5, _5 1 _Dcc_. 26, 1010 a m, p m. _1 00 0,00 . Lv NEW YOItK Ar.. 4.23 11,35 _Lv PHILAD ELPH IA Ar • • :::_‘ Lv_. HARRISBURG Ar. 758 8,00 Lv PI _TVSJ_3 URG Ar.. ~ 715 Lv ALTOONA Ar... Lv TYRO NE Ar.... il_so _710 Lv WILLIAM SPOItT Ar p m 12.10 815 Lv LOOK HAVEN Ar. t2 0 _~ 1 _tlO_._11 _56 _‘30 _,-,-,- _, - _, . Lv—BELLEF ONTE_5_--,’ ~~ 2.07 10.20 085 COLEVILLE 2 018 MORRIS 2 17 0.43 S’l’EVENS 221 0,46 HUNTERS PARK 2 _20 10 _54 0.50 FILLMORE 232 ., 0.51 _EIdIA RL _,Y 2.11 _10_,_4 ~ WADDLES 250 7,12 Ar KRU _MRIN E Lv.. _2_,20 11,10 7,25 STATE COLLEGE STRUBLES p _,_o 711 BLOOM SDORF 340 _735 PIN E GROVE MILLS _tDnii_3_’ _e ~ cep_, _S_,,_oday _Conoect loo—_’ _‘SWith Pcnnoyivaoia R. R.
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
lege, ’t _.h-office-he-wa s -holding _’ at at the time of his death , his term expiring next June. Following his graduation from the college in 1868 he engaged in fruit growing and marketing. He subsequently gave up marketing and devoted his energies to fruit growing, becoming one of the f oremost expects of the country. Mr. Hiester had been a member of the State Board of Agriculture since 1881 and of the Agriculture society for many years. He had represented this state at several agricultural conventions and had always taken a prominent part in matters pertaining to that line of work. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Anna Mauer Hiester; two daughters, Mrs. Anna Dutton , of Lebanon , and Miss Sara h Hiester; one son, Otto Hiester, Harrisburg. Funeral services were held Monday morning at Estherton , the Rev. Rollin A. Sawyer, of St. Stephen’s Episcopal church , officiating. Interment was private. The college was represented by President Sparks. STATE’S EASY VICTORY. Penn State Runs ...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
_l ~ . ~~~~ . _‘ _~~~ e’rs ’ _‘ _~ _oRsovt a ~ _1_?_ar ~ o’c _11_?_. Last _C_0_tts ~ e _Tree. Hair Cutting a Specialty Moles and Warts _Reniloved Stephe ns’ POOL ROOM ___________ _5 nd BAI BE R SH OP _12_t_1 _Alk_.n Ir _eet Mr. H, N. Bates Jr., a new instructor in Mechanical Engin eering, was graduated front the Mechani cal Engineering Department of the Michigan Agricultural College in 1906. After graduating he served for three years as instructor in physics, and electrical engineering at that institution. He was thsn employed by the consulting firm of D C. & W. B. Jackson , Boston , Mass., and later by the Standard Oil company of New York , in the construction dcp _ar ~ ment of that company. The Ja iusry number cf the Bul-Ictin of the Society for Promotion of Engineering Education contains an _om _~ l’line of the priictical results in the teaching of scientific management as carried on b _~ - the Industrial Engineering _dep artrent at the Pennsylvania State College. This wa...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
GABRIEL _h _ESTER PASSES AWAY A Trustee of the Pennsylvania State College and a Noted Agr iculturist. Died After a Short Illness on Fri. day, Jan . 19—Prominent in Hor. ticultural Affairs. Gabriel Hiester, a member of the Board of Trustees of this college and one of the most prominent scientists of agriculture , _d_,_kd at his home at Estheiton , Fr day, Jan. 19, following a two months’ illness of pneumonia , aged 62.—The deceased was one of the foremost horticulturists in the state and for eight years was president of the Pennylvania Horticultural _saciety, and during his lifetime had held many offices of public trust. He was a direct descendant of Gabriel Hiester. a Revolutionary war officer , he being his great-grandfather. Born April 28, 1850, at Estherton , the place of his life-long residence, Mr. Hiester received his early education in the schools of the county. He attended the Harrisburg academy, graduating in 1866. He completed a course in agriculture at the A gricultural c...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
The : Penns ylvania : State : Col lege EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph. D., L.L. D., PRESIDENT Establ ished and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commcnnwealth of Pennsylvania 4jJ FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Ag riculture , Engineer ing, Liberal Arts , Mining, and Natural Science , offering thirty-five courses of four years each—Also courses _itt Home Economics , _lnrd _lrstri ai Art anti _Plny ~ sieal En scation—TUIT ION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second _sem ester the fi rst of February; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Mond ay in June of each year. For catalogue , bulleti n s, announce ments, etc., address
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
Lock Haven Steam Laundry ~~ k BEST WORK LOWEST _~ \ _, ~ \\q ~ PRICES ~~~~~ . F. ~~ H F.. titj Your Patronage Solicited HARNESS MAKER Agent for THE SOLITE SUITCASE _STuO ENT AGENTS Ca,, be _henr i ~ _ie _~ n by _, _~ ‘ _,_al,ing wiLt, ,_00_p nn,t waicr . A. L. Sherman ‘14 H. \W. Stinar ‘13 Von r _a n ,_ia n ,t on it svn re n em m, ny. _‘flit best LOW _PR _ICk, suitcase made Soles sewed or stitched J. B. MINGLE, Shoemaker by Champion stitcher. W. C. KJ.JNE Allen Street South Allen street
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
Union Mutual The Royal Moines. Iowa of Des Has never lost a dollar either in _ptincipa l or interest. Its _pDlic ies are pr3te ~ tc _! by a _lr ~ posit with the state. They htve m idn the belt sett _rins_.’its ever made by any insurance co _iipan_;’. They have the lowest p_._Irti lip _.ting premiums. They earn more money air their in vested funds than any other company doing business in _Pclrns_:.’lva nia. JAMES I. THOMPSON General Agent Lemont Pa