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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
most important functions in the College year. LINCOLN DAY. , Concluded gymnastic entertainment had been arranged for the guests of the College. Unfortunately Mr. Watres was compelled to leave on the 2.20 train from Lernont. The program was carried out in full however and was greatly enjoyed by the large audience present. An Interesting Lctter. The Librarian recently showed us an interesting letter in his custody, which proves that Abraham Lincoln was at one time connected with The Pennsylvania State College. The Washington Agricultural Literary Society (with prop hetic vision , for Lincoln was destined to become the signer of The Land Grant Act ) elected hi _m to membership in the Society. His reply, we take pleasure in printing herewith. The original may be seen at the Library : Springfiejd , Ills., June 4, 1 860. _Chas. E. Troutman , Esq. Dear Sir The Washington Agricultural Literary Society of the Farm School , Pennsylvania , will please accept my thanks for the honor done me in ...
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
Thursday, Feb 16, 1905 EDITORIAL The life and deeds of the great martyred Presiden t , Abraham Li ncoln , ha ve for years been a source of mnspiratio n and encouragement to the struggli ng youth of the country ; a light which has served to ill umine the path of many a worth y strugg ling youth who , oppressed by the great handicap of poverty and low birth , would have yielded to the great odds against him , but for the lig ht and strength furnished by the noble examp le of the famo us "Rail-sp litter. " Here at State College where so many men are strugg ling _b r an education against almost overwhelming odds , the influence and power which the achievements of Abraham Lincoln has exerted in the past and will exert in the future , cannot be overestimated. It is therefore entirely just and fitting that the Tr ustees should set apart one day in commemor ation of the works and exa mple of the greatest of all Americans. The custom is new, this being the second year of its existence , but ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
S T A TE C O LLEGI A N Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State _Coiiege. Entered at the Post Office , State College , Pa, as seco nd class matter. EDITORS , ALEX . HART , J r., ‘05, Chief , F . M. TORRENCE , ‘05 , T . F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , W. 3. DUM M , ‘06 , ED. FAWKES , ‘06 , F. K . BREWSTER , ‘07 F B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER W . G. HECKATHORNE, ‘_06 . CIRCULATiON MANAGER. P. A. RAINEY , ‘07 ASSIS rANTS. H P. DAWSON , ‘07 W . N . LE PAGE , ‘OS .
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
AGENTS WANTED to sell the Novels of PAUL _DR _K_0CK . The Outlook says " he is one of the most amus ing writers of the century ; _‘‘ and l3ulwer wrote of him ,_" more racy and powerfu l than any other writer _I _aiim aware of. " Pamp hlet sent on re quest. GEORGE BA RRI E & SONS, 1313 Walnut Street , l’hiladel phia. r A Fu ll Line of ~The _" _Tt MES" Office ~Ji ~~ ting c ~~rds LEngraved and Printed
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
Man wants but little here below , nor wants that lmtt le long _~~~~ , But when it comes to his wearing apparel he ’s pretty particular. The apparel bearing the label of UPPENHEIMER & _10 is designed for particular men. The suits and top coats sell at SW to 3_I_5 Guaranteed by us and the m akers and sold by us exclusivel y. Our fathers stood by Kuppenhei mer & Co. clothes and our sons are destined to do likewise. There ’s something in a name after all—Shakespeare to the contrary notwithstanding. Step into our store and EXAM INE THE NEW A _R RIVALS —the neatest , nobbiest , ready to wear apparel ever seen in this section. _"‘ ‘° FOR SALE BY US ONLY MONTGOMERY & CO B ellefonte ~~ a. ~ _~~~ ~
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
D. K lein & Bro PHILADELPHIA Supplies for MiUlary Schools and Co lIe es ‘Uniform Clothing, Caps and Shoulder Straps , Swords, Belts, Gloves , Leggins , etc., etc , _- ~~ ~ % _lAKER 4 01’ _II E UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENTS FOR THE P. S. C. Represen ted by -c_~~ , W. R. DUNN. in Armory ~
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
Palace Restaurant _(_ii _i _I _iou v fu’ _:_u _iii _ui ‘i f _~ :_uutl — w’ii’iit", _id _Quii ~ k J _~ _uuuusii \\ _‘ ‘ _uu_’ ~ c on i’ _ui _~_vu . _iuu _,_uuu ’—i _cuii _,’i i _iii s _~ t _uuuitv it ~ _Iii _’ _" . Oysters served in alt st y les oard inq by time week. day am’ meal W. 6. CALUWELL Proc ~
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
Krum r in & Pearc STATE_’ S BIG STORE DRY GOODS _Iii I _lie ’ _iI _(’WI_’ _’_,_I _._Ii ,-i’I_, I _n \\‘_riu i _arid " a _Iii _ii_" _, GENTS’ FURNISHINGS _I_) _‘_,_I _II _’ _iii _’ _i_’_iii i’i _, . _(‘ _ci _li_,ii’s _, _‘_l_’ _II _L _, . iiII’_,II’I _~ ’ _I_’ IIflufl’I’Ii_1’OI’ _, _Intiiiil SH OES SHDES SH ~~ES _2. R 0 _C ri _(_5 _— _ir ’I_’ _’ _r_’_._i ‘I _i_•_I_’ _’ _ii_’ _ii _Ii _fi r , _‘ _._1 _iii _‘_r _‘_._1 I _nn ’ _Iii _I _in _n _’ _Ii _I.. ni _l _iii _iiI _Ir Ii- _. A handsome _.Art catalogue , in a limited editiom _i cf _~ ‘ ~ 3 copies , of the William L. _Elkmn _s _r cl lecti on l ’ _.as been _don ated to the _I _h:’ _~.r ~ by George W _Elkmns , Esq. ‘ the ~~ ft is another m ark of the thoug htful cour tesy of General Beaver , who has always been a staunch friend of the Library ’s interests [he Library recen tly received from W F Affelder ‘99 , a complete file of The Free Lance , from T. R. Cummmri g s ‘95 , two volumes (bound ) of the Railway and Engineering Revi...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
THE SIai ~ _Coil _~ ge Hotel J. _13 . Shuman . Pro mr ietor _(_‘_E_" ’m’i_: .\ _Ll_._V _1 _r_(’ _,\ _1_:_1) _I ’I C( _I _\_IL _I_,_’ \ ‘ u _El_. ‘_Fu ) _Si _I muEN’l ’ —i _I_. ~ _(‘_I _~ i _l_. _l_\ ’i’ , _~ ‘_I_’’_i_’ _i ~ N’I ’ _Ii _) \ _1_._1 _‘_iii _Ii_1 \i’IE_\ i’ _I _1 _\_IIE LI _VEU _I_’ _, _1 _Ii _" _~ , _" _,_I _1211 ’ _r " _, _ii m’I_: . _\_l _II _I_: ‘i’ _._11 _ii _I _‘_I I— _I I _._\ I’I NI’ _l_._l’\l’ _1_)_1_" _(‘ _I i. I S _AI_. _’_IV _,\ _VS _(_I N l _I . _\_NmI _~ _~ ~ _~ ~ ~ ~ _~~ _~
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
’HARVEY S BAKERY F OR F I NE CONFECTIONERY _I ‘ai _mUin ’_, _t _iw_:_m _a_’ _, fie’_,_ii _iiec ~ t _ii ~~~ We _bu y _1_, _111 iC t’ S’iO_)_M _M A ~ _i ~ ’ _I_,’At _‘I’ll RE iS RESTAURANT _D_1 PARTMEP _Qu_._uCu ._UNCIiiOi A SI’I_:_CiAI_, ’i Y Oysters Ice Cream Soda W ater w I’_: _\_I .W _~ _Ys ’J’ E’i’ _‘_ill I’I_,_EASi ’ _1_) _101 _(_1 ’ _fi_, _il_) flu _lOis RVEY BRO Pro d ’s ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 16 February 1905
IT W ILL PAY YOU to examine TUE _HN TEflNAT _l_0_tM L _~ ’ SAMP _LE_. ~ _I _iii _ii I’ you I _ii ~ _,_) Winter Suits. Overcoat or Rain Coal I _Ii L _~ I _) Ii’_1_Ei_) _I ~ ._N_(_I I _._) _"_ii _I _i_)_i_(_DIIOYS NO FIT. P. M. _RAI NEY _. A ~ r_.. NO PAY ROOM 570. MAIN