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W. L. FOSTER
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. Spaulding’s Sporting Goods.
Telephone STATE COLLEGE, PA.
This fact, howe'er commendable,
Will scarce our hearts entice,
That when a girl’s as pure as snow,
She’s just as cold as ice! — Ex.
David Harum— That was a pretty gcod hoss
old Ez was drivin, eh?
Eben Holden—Yes, he had so many good
points you could use him for a hat-rack.
Compulsory attendance at church
has been discontinued at Wesleyan.
See to the days, and the weeks
will take care of themselves. — Ex.
The lowest seat may not always
be the most pleasant one, but it is
generally the safest. — L.
Today necessity demands more
than ever that your voice be trained
to symmetry, your mind capable of
thinking under the most perverse
conditions, and your actions to cor
respond to the same. —Juniata Echo.
STATE COLLEGE STUDIO
W. W. SMITH, ARTIST
The marks that great men leave behind
Upon the sands of time,
Oft show they wobbled ’round a lot
Before they got sublime.— Ex.
Ice Cream Parlors
Special attention paid to
Oysters in Season
Students’ Trade Solicited
OPPOSITE B. C. 11. 11. DEPOT
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,
Nothing but the best is
good enough for our pa
To please. If we don’t
do it, tell us our mistakes.
We will correct them.
Go there for a lull lino of Sand
wiches and Quick Lunch
Wo use our owi. homo-boiled
ham in sandwiches.
Oysters served In all styles
Boarding by the week, day or meal
W- G. CALDWELL, Prop.