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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
other orders that wait for him is an important monument to Governor Curtin , War Governor of Pennsylvania , to be erected in Bellefonte. Such is the life of one of Pennsylvania ’s sons. If we read this life into his work as we have it, it will magnify its beauty many times and serve as a mighty stimulous to a higher and nobler Career. Barrett Prizes. The prizes of $100, $75 and $50 for the three best essays on "The Relations of the United States with the Latin-American Republics " are offered by Mr. Barrett , sub5ect to the following conditions :— (_1) The competition is open to any student, man or woman , now registered in a regular undergraduate course in any college or university of recognized standing in the United States. (2) Papers submitted by competitors must not exceed 10,000 words in length . (3) Papers accompanied by the full name and address of the writer , and statement of the class and college to which the write belongs , must be mailed or delivered to an express compa...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
W. L. FOST ER DEALE [_I IN NE ~ R _1 ~~ L Rc I-I4 ~~ NDI ~~~ E ~ SPECIALTIES Walk-over Shoes for Ladies and Gents. Gents’ Furnishing Goods of all kinds. Ladies’ fine Dress Goods in the very latest styles. Fancy Groceries—of the finest quality. Don ’t forget that we carry a full line of A. G. Spalding’s Sporting Goods. Telep hone STATE COLLEGE , PA.
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
Krumrine & Pearce STATE ’S BIG STORE DRY GOODS _lu all t _he newest _efl_’_ect ~ in Wool and \Vasli Fa brI cs GENTS’ _FURNISHINGS Tile best _lin e of _Sinrt _~ , _Collars , Ties, _h osiery, Underw ear Is found _h ere SHOES SHOES SHOES AND _Th EN _SOME \Ve _IIILPO flIOl’C Shoes than any two store s In _t_,,_wls_, Try a pali’ of t _h e State shoes for _winter. _$3.20 and $4.00 GROCERIES AND _TABaE _SUPPLIES The finest and best line in the city Is found wit _h us.
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
Palace Restaurant _00 tli ‘re for ~ L oil _I _I _iio of Sand—~ _vtclio s _al _id Quick _Lunch We use on _r _ow,. lion ie—b ol ted _ham In _salidwletio s. Oysters served in all st y les Board inq by tile week, day or meal W. G. CALD WELL , Pro i,
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
IT WILL PAY YO U to examine THE "INTE RNAT IONAL _" SAMPLES _1)_i _fiiT ( ’ YOU _Insy y our Winter Suits. Overcoat or Rain Coat _I _\_I _[‘_I_) II’rED _I ~NU _I_, _I _‘ ~lI _~ _OI _IuiI_() _vs NO FIT. P. M . RA _INEY .i s _o,.,. NO PA Y RO O M 5 7 8 . MAIN
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
H. GF ~ IMJV ~ MERCHANT TAIL OR STATE COLLEGE , PA. J’hIhI’I _,f year s ’ e _~ . ~ WI’ieII (’e _iii ‘h’ iliIOI’hIIii _SILhII _phe _’ ~ _III _I lie ihIil’SI_. _Iin _1_iorti _(h Go _,_ih_’, _~ ih_~ s’ays Oil h _and . Dlfl’SS SUI’i’S A _sPEcIALTY
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
r announced through the p u blie press as soon after June 1, 1905 as practicable. (5) Papers submitted will be destroyed as soon as the prizes have been awarded , unless , at the time of sending, a competitor asks for the return of the manuscri pr and furnishes a fully stamped and properly addressed envelope. (6) Papers should , when practicable, be submitted in typewritten form. Nicholas Murray Butler President of Columbia University Albert Shaw Editor of the Review of Reviews John Huston Finley President of the New York City College. Mrs. Chadwick’ s operations have demonstrated anew the great theory of theft , which is given as follows Stealing a million—Genius. Stealing $500,000----Sagaciiy. Stealing $100,098—Shrewdness. Stealing $50,009—Misfortune. Stealing $25 ,001—Irregularity. Stealing $10,000—Misapprop r i ation. Stealing $5 .00—Speculation. Stealing $2, 500—Embezzlement . Stealing $2, 250—Swindling. Stealing $100—Larceny. Stealing $10—Theft. Stealing a ham—War on Society. ...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
HARVEY ’S 8AKERY FO ~~ FINE CONFE _O T _1_ONERY _I _aiii _l _it", :_iIw_:_iy _’_, fi _I_"_,_hi _lii ’t_’ ~ _tii _’_,,_’‘_We _l _~ii y _ill _II _l C’l’ _1 _11031 MA _S _II _i_’ _.tC’l’iI _Itt _:,_is RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT QIT _I _(‘_Id _i_,_UNCI I ES A SI’ I’X I A _I_.’I_’ Oyst ers Ice Cream Soda Wat er _Wl _AI_, ’A’A l’S _‘f _ILY ‘JO _P_1_,_13 _tSl ~ _(([(_It L’PS’I’O_$_I _lOIS ~ ARVEY BROS. Prop ’s ~ ~ ~
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
A GENT S WANTED to sell the Novels of PAUL DE KOCK. The Outlook Says ~ he is one of the most am using writers of the century ; " and Bulwer wrote of him , " more racy and po werful than any other writer I am aware of." Pamp hlet sent on request. GEORGE BAR RIE & SONS , 13 13 _‘\‘V alnut Street , Philadel phia.
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905
- _~~~~~ — - "Man wants but little here below , nor wants that little long, " But when it Comes to his wearing ~~~~~ apparel he ’s pret ty particular. The apparel bearing the label of ~~~~~ 0. KUPPENHEIMER & _CO_1 i / - _~ ~ is designed for par tiCu lar men. The suits and top Coats sell at $I O t o _$1 5 G ~_ara ~ teed makers and _tIu_0 _satners ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~ L_)_i_[_t uy uo _oz _~ _lveiy. L)ur stood by Kuppenhe imer & Co. clothes ~~~~ and our sons are destined to do likeiH ~~ wise There s something in a name ~~~ af ter all—Shakespeare to the contrary ~~ no twithstanding Step into our store and EXAMINE THE NEW ARRI VALS tfl_’_. i’ _‘_I I, _~~ _~~ ~ —the neatest , nobbies t , ready to wear apparel ever seen in this section. FOR SALE BY US ONLY MONTG OMERY & L 2 ellefonte , Pa