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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 car
ry a full line of A. G. Spauldings sporting goods.
Telephone. STATE COLLEGE, PA
To Our Readers.
Due to unforeseen difficulties in j “Suppose” I said, as we two
the inauguration of this sheet it has j Sat in the firelight glow,
been found impossible to present it j “You were a man, who loved a maid,
to the public on the regular day of | And had often told her so.
publication. But hereafter the j Suppose that she would not listen,
State Collegian will be placed i And said that she couldn’t be true,
in the hands of all local subscribers She expected never to marry,
on Thursday evening of each week. If she did, it wouldn’t be you !
I Then what would you do to win her,
! Would it be a grave error to make,
The Christian Endeavor held aj To ur S e her a S ain t 0 have y° u?
very enjoyable social Friday even- ! She answered, “I’d make the
ing, September 30th, at the home . Miss Take
of Miss Maude Bailey. A large j
number of students attended
Break, break, break ! on thy cold j machine
grey stones, O Sea f I In the H S ht of a lingering day,
For I’d like you to know Then a counterfeit penny he drop-
How it seems to be so P ed in the slot
Broke, dead broke as me. | And silentl y stole a -weigh.
—The Wrinkle. \ — The Currant.
State College Studio.
| A street Arab stood on a weighing
Stands as a Synonym for all that is new, artistic and up-to
date in Photography.
If you watch this space during this college year we will try
and demonstrate this fact to your satisfaction.
Please call and examine our work.
W. W. SMITH, Artist.
In this issue we will
only thank you kindly for
patronage in the past, and
hope our work will merit
it in the future.
Go there for a full line of
sandwiches and quick
We use our own home
boiled ham in sandwiches.
Oysters served in all styles.
Boarding by the week, day or meal.
W. C. CALDWELL, Prop.