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hjEXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia
WASHINGTON D. C. . f
" J. BTAfctEY DURKEE, A.ML, Ph. D, PiwMt'
EMMETT'l. SCOTT, A. M, LL.IX, Secrctarj-Treaisarer
. . Collegiate and Professional Schools
Jaiaor CoSege, covenagfcthe Freshman' and Sophomore years, sad
-j leading to the Senior Colleges. '
oeior CoSe&e, consisting)! the Schools of liberal Arts, Edacsfioa,
JoBraaEsta, and Commerce aad Finance, -granting respectively the
degree.A.B.orB;S.;A.B.orB.&ta Education; B. S.lajoorn
aausa; B. S. in Commerce.
ScbooI of AppEed Science, four year course, giving degree, B. S. in
C EB. S. in E. E. B. & "a M. E, B. S. in Architecture; B. S.
in Agriculture, and B. S. in Household Economics. ,
'.School o'ificsic,"fptir year fcocrse, giving degre of Mas. B, .
School tf Religkas, f&reeyear course, giving degree of B. D. (Also Di
ploma aad Correspondence Courses.)
ScbooJ-cf Law Jhree year evening course, giving degree of LL.B.
School of jedldne, including Medicif, Dental, PharmacenHcal Col-
leges, .rour year, coarse ior jacaicu au- ucuku jWUw, u
years for Pharmaceutical student: Following degrees given:
Stadeais may eater for Collegiate Work at the beghafag of any
4 , Cwtm Long Ket "Js-
tfed aad bridled, stood In the stanlee
of "ike Tlwaas -tVrrlan. as it was
spelled la thd old days) oT Trelowarrea
(Comwaltr ring.) ready for use night
and day. For SOO years horses bad
Rjccecded each, other in commemora
tion -of the escape on Sorsebacfc of a
Jlrlan who lived In the days of ihe
memorable Hood which submerged the
land, soaiersay la JOM sad others) ta
RCaiCTRATIONt . , ...
-- Astasia Gcartor. Bjsteaer XT to Sa, 18
Winter artr 4asary a, JS1
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Forfeatalogf anil Information write "
DWIGHT O. W. HOT.'MTO, Registrar
HcrariTJniyerKty, WisHsta, D. C
Onry On Test of Worth.
JS'otwbnt we hare, or know, or ersa
"what we do, but what wo are rthat
determines our worth. Great universi
ties know this. See their mottoes.
One motto Is "Quaecumqne sunt vers."
'(Whatsoever things are. true.) .An
etner one is "The truth shall make
you iree. Another, 3ulture must
flourish under the law of God." An
other, "Culture wltbont character la
a. Tain thing." Exchange.
fOR sport mm
Sweaters' Jh Delightful WtkyM
and Charming Critr&.
How Rainfall Is Recorded.
!Eie government gauge for record
teg rainfall consists of a cylinder two
feet high, eight Inches -In diameter.
repbn which a funnel of the same
diameter fits. Within that Is a brass
cylinder of the same height, the diam
eter & little over -two and one-half
Inches. In It Is n measuring tube, the
area of which compared with the area
of the funnel Is as ten to one, so
that when a one-hundredth of an Inch
falls In the funnel It becomes "one
tenth ot an inch In the measuring
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
:'. : HEAL ESTATE
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3101 COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
-. Com- 31ttSiTMt, Chiefo .
The Savior In Profane History.
Among, the historical references to
Jesus Christ which are undisputed Is
that made by Tacitus, the Roman his
torian, who on speaking of the Chis
tlans' said. The originator of that
name had been executed In the reign
of Tiberius by order of the adminis
trator, Pontius Pilate." This may bt
fsspd ta the Annals of Terevat Ref
erenda to Christ Is also made', In ,the
"Antiquities of Joseplms,' a Jewish hls.
torlan, who was contemporary with
Christ, but this passage is declared by
some to be a forgery.
KEISET, MeGOWAN AK1 MOKSUL
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;Gia T.-KXSSKY D. A. MeGOWAN WM.J.M01OLL
3515 ifKAKA AVMJE
Calling In Cairo.
"Englishmen who-do not know Cairo
someUaaeo take houses Id reaote and
undesirable parts of the -dry. In
"Egypt as We Snew IC.Mrs. E. I
Batcher amusingly describes how hard
ii u io ana a person wno nas mus
gone astray. Her husband, she says,
wrote to a doctor for the 'address of
some friends whom she knew he had
attended. Here 'is the doctor's an
swers "The M ' 'b live in a house
without a number In a street without
a name next door to an Armenian
butcher who, I think, has no sign, west
of Abdln palace! The staircase has
Combination of Tints That Affsrd
Prettiest Effect Proves to la -
Everywhere one goes shopping jact
now there are to be seen the most
delightful sweaters In all weave aad
colors, and also the most attractive
sport skirts la. all the wanted shades
of the new silks. - But sometimes It
sa problem to know just what col
ors to combine to obtain the prettiest
A. beautiful sweater, tuxedo models
of peach silk In a fancy weave, was
worn with a canton crepe skirt of
French blue, and the combination was
very dainty. A rather large drooping
hat of the blue crepe was. faced with
peach Bilk, 'and worn with this cos
tume. Of course, white is the most practi
cal for a sport skirt, as it goes weQ
with any blouse or sweater yon may
care to wear. If you have a white
skirt from last summer, and It Is a
olt yellow from laundering, why not
tint It one of the new shades? There
are any number of good coloring pow
ders on the market that require no
boiling and but a few minutes' time.
" You might tlnfc your last year's skirt
a lovely maize shade and wear It
with a black' slip-on sweater. If yoa
ran yellow ribbon through your black
sweater the result will be very
An unusual outfit was' a coat
sweater of chocolate-colored wool with
It Will Grow
Democracy can never be extendes
by force, as you would fling a net over
a "flock of birds; but give it a chance
and It will grow, as a tree grows, by
sending down Its roots Into the heart
of numanlty and lifting Its top toward
the light and spreading its arms wider
and wider until all the persecuted
flocks of heaven find refuge beneath
Its protecting shade. Henry Taa
Dyke, 4 .
. "Maria la History.
Pliny, we are Informed, "observes
Lthat Sdplo Africaaus was the maa
who Introduced the fashion of the
dally shave; "and the Busslana wore
beards until Czar Peter enjoined them
all to shave, int be was obliged to
.keep on loot a number of officers to
cut off, by violence, the beards of
such as would cot otherwise pari
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Blocks of Cubist Coloring.
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skirt of light .rose baronet satin. A
rose silk: soft sport hat, embroidered
In a few tan wool motlta, completed
the charming effect
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Walter M. Farmer
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Is milk, condensed? ' MMk Is con
densed by the evaporation of the wa
tei It contains, after It has peed
sterilized. Sugar Is added to some
brands, and Is not added to others,
and the unsweetened is known, as
"evaporated" mlik to distinguish It
from the sweetened. Copper tanks
holding 1J000 gallons -amore are usedJ
m the sterilization of the milk, and
the water is evaporated In hugs
Smoke aa a Lightning Rod.
It would seem that a building GfiOQ
feet above the sea leva should bo
protected by lightning rods, but the
astronomical observatory at Mount
JBtha has cot, and does not, need audi
protectfea. The observatory Is near
the aaanst of the volcano, and (he
stream of Taper constantly rising from
the crater-acts as a natural conductor,
araiclig the electricity oat of the
dosds, so that lightning is seldom sees.
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Hi liaa .( PBoh Vtmm mt Tot
For AatiojoaHana- aohrs: -
MSlocasotsc the odgta at same
accspatlons an.lnterestlng polat
crops' up. A .zaan asight care been
a cooper and his son a weaver, why
wac the faally known Ms coopers and
set reavers? Jast at what point did
the aellati9ti cryxtalise Into js name?
Carofal study has failed to dear a
MOUNTINGS ON HANDBAGS
Much Elaboration Given to the Gttma
of Both Afttrnoen and Evening
The envelope handbag is cot the
only shape In frequent use, cor Is red
leather the only material. There 'is
great variety in the ahapethe size
ana ue coiormgs ot we now STencn
purses. . There are large caselike
purses of black suede carrying hand
some monograms and tiny evening
bags of elongated shape made of
bright colored failles, moires and odd
ly striped silks mounted on small,
square tops. Much elaboration is not
ed in the mountings of afternoon and,
evening purses, many being studded
For those who hold to the fashion
for black or black and white, eschew
ing all bright colors for the time be
ing, there are beautiful little pocket
books of blade sUk with pearl-studded
mountings or with the wearer's mono
gram outlined In pearls.
A great vogue is evinced for yery
decorative mountings and frames for
handbags. So many women are doing
tapestry and bead embroidery that It
makes these novelty frames In great
demand, as oaee the work Is finished
the bag can be sewn to one of these
mountings with gratifying results. Ow
ing to the popularity of .Egyptian pat
terns In -tapestry work many of the
sew frames also are in Egyptian designs.
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A. D. GASH
ATTO-tKBT AT "LAW ,
118 N. La. Sail Strt
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JAMES Q. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
TtlephoiM Central 8364
j Fomwrty .
Assistant Attorney General
" stats of llllsols
Res. S84S Qrand BouL
J. JGRAY LUCAS
- 129 E. ST STREET
Phone: DoofiUs S151
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Ashland State Bank
CAMTAI, AND SURPLUS. $300,060.00
1$ 16 Wmt 3rd Street Chicago
Comparative Statement of Deposits
:". November 18, 1912, "SSff.CiOSJZS
'November 17, 1914, $912,005.69
November 17, 1916, $1,132,750.72
-November 18, 1918, $1,284,084J24
November 17, 1919, $2,359,636.62
November 15, 1920, $3,224,633.09
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JOHN BAIN President
MICHAEL MAlirit-, Vice Preaideni
EDW. C BARRY, Caahier
W. MERLE FISHER, Assistant Cashier
ARTHUR C UTESCH, AssL Cashier
J. B. MsCJeey.
Tel: Oakkad lMt, 1ML UH
JOHN J. DUNN
WMOLMAUI AN HsTAIL
Flfty.-nrat aad 74oraI Mrooti
Books That Have Life. .
After all. Is It not better that a hun
dred unnecessary books should be
published than that one good and use
ful book should be lost? (Nature's
law of parsimony Is arrived at by a
process of expense.) The needless
volumes, like the .Infertile seeds, soon
sink out of sight; and the books that
have life In them are taken care of by
the readers who are waiting some
where to receive and cherish them.
Henry Van Dyke.
A Kansas City divine says the secret
of success Is to be born wltho moa.
ey. friends or Influence. This may be.
tnre. but how are we goins 'o fix jj
to be born that way and would we if
Apples Go to Every Continent
Apples grown In the PacIOc north.
west have been exported to every con
tinent. Including Australia.
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