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Work is progressing rapidly on
the new Horticultural building.
The contractor is endeavoring to
have the first floor ready for
occupancy at the opening of the
se"ond semester of the present col
Professor J. A. Felguson, head
ot the department of forestry, will
represent the Pennsylvania State
College at the National Consetva
don Congress to be held in Wash
ington in November.
Professor M. S. McDowell, head
ot the drpartment of agricultural
extension, will present a paper on
"Extension Work in Agriculture"
before the meeting ot the A. A. A.
C. & E. S. at their annual meeting
to be held at Washington in No
The class in agriculture referred
to in a recent number of the Col
legian, has been organized under
favorable conditions at Lawsville
Center, Susquehanna county. This
class is being conducted as an ex
perimental project of the School of
Agriculture and Experimea Sta
tion. If successful, other classes
will probably be organized in dit-
I erent parts of the state.
C. G. Mcßride, 'll, county agent
in Mercer county, is conducting
practical demonstrations in apple
Dr Woods Hutchinson
American magazine readers are
getting interested in the cause and
cure of many diseases about which
they knew little until some of the
new school physicans began taking
their patients into their confidence.
Among these new styled doctors
is Dr. Woods Hutchinson, who is
conducting a world-wide clinic and
school of medicine for the sick, the
near sick and the well in the col
umns of our popular periodicals.
He gained a well deserved fame
few few years ago when he gath
ered together the threads of scien
tific facts about the treatment of
tuberculosis and prescribed this
"drug", fresh air, sunshine and
abundant food. This "drug" he
said would cure the sick, and would
keep the well, with tubercular in
clinations from getting sick
Dr. Hutchinson will speak in the
Auditorium next Saturday evening,
under the auspices of the Y. M. C.
A. This be the first number of the
GILBERT & BACON
Official Photographers for the 1915 La Vie
will be at the
Engineering Building until
Monday, October 27
to finish up work.
All students given 50 per cent. discount
See F. K. Hoehler, A. Z. House
or Mr. Knee, Nittany Inn
for date of resittings
Illinois Life Insurance Company
The Giant of the West
All forms of policies written and through our Agencies
you can pay the annual premium in monthly install
Policy and receipt for the first years premium deliv
ered at once
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The Sweetest Thing on Earth
is the general verdict tegaiding our
confectionery. That you will agree
with it we ale absolutely certain, if
you but give our candy a teal People
say they cannot tell the difference be
tween ours and those sold at extrava
gently high prices. No wonder,
There isn't any difret ence except in the
GRAHAM, ON THE CORNER
The Quality Shop
J. H. MUSSER
American Gentlemen Shoes
Dry Gooch, Groeetie,, Notion.,
A share of your patronage re,pectfully
solicited. Quality guaranteed at rea
to excel in any sport is rendered
easier by being properly equipped.
A. G. Spalding & Bros. are outfit
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New Yet lc.
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School of Mines Notes
Dr. Crane and Professor Mc-
Quig.;.• are in New York attending
the meeting of the iron and steel
section of the American Institute of
Mining Engineers. October 16. 17
H. M. Pie! 1912, and K. M.
Quickel 1911, spent a tew days
here during the past week
PENN STATE COLLEGIAN
RAY D, GILLILAND, P. D.
Drugs Sundries Stationery
Prescriptions a Specialty '—
Whitman and liuyler Chocolates
NI ittany Inn Block
Sort TAN. Atok.d.
C. A. Blanchard
Penn Avenue and Tenth Street
Sole agent for E, a tut au Sinai!,
Item ?emoramle Camel'a
and up:to!date apparatus and methods
2.12. Seat Cakege Vkotwat
Mate Co\ \ ego
wish can be gratified from the showing
we are making. Every conceivable good
style that is out this season is here
Long coats, short coats, coats of tried-
ium length; belt back, plain back, form I
fitting or with plaits
Shawl collar coats, plain collar coats
Soft collar coats, in fact, coats of every
kind and description
Overcoats, 15, 18, 20, 22.5 U, 28, 30, 35
up to $5O.
CFM oltorrect guess
_ BELLEFONTE AND STATE COLLEGE -PA.
The Toggery Shop
Men's Furnishings 'V A. G.
Spalding & Bro's Athletic
Goods 1. The Heidcap and
Tailormade Clothing v v
A full assortment of College
Pennants N. N '4' V
C. W. SMITH
South Allen Street
Fisher's Shoe Store
We have the Shoes that will
prove their value
All the Standard Makes