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Higher Christian Ediapatkion is The
v Nation's Greatest Intense.
George R. Smith
Sedalia, Mo., Offers Splendid Opportunity
A. C. MACLIN, A. M.f ACTING PRESIDENT
PRIMARY fc ' GRAMMAR
Grades, providing a thorough drill
in the elemcutarv branches.
ACADEMIC OR COLLEGE JREPARATORYJ
Preparatoyj1 with GlHSatcal, Scien
tific, Biblical, 'English, Normal
and Commercial Courses. '
Vocal and Instrumental Music; The
ory and Harmony.
Sewing, Dressmaking, Cooking Do
mestic Economy & Printing.
Special Attention is to be given Ag
" .COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
Corajiluc elective courses leading
to the several academic degrees.
J8ALL B' DEN OF MATHEMATIJ
BALL A. B DEAN OF MATHEMATICS
WANvfED AT ONCE
AN ELECTRIC PLANT
To Light the Campus and buildiu,
DEVOTED AND GODLY FACULTY;
IIEAI.TUI UL & t'OXUKSlAL LOCATION
1 X 1 1 ' 1 1 M N 0 A I E N X s. P ( . 1 N r.
FOR INFORMATION WRITE A. C. MACLIN, ACTING PRESIDENT.
The Collgc was founded 1894
- and named in honor of Gen. Geo.
. R. Smith, the campus and grounds
'of 28 acres.being the gift of daugh
ters, Mmes Smith and Cotton. It
is owaed and conducted by the
Freed mens' Aid Society. Is lo
,,cated on the M. K. & T. and Mis
souri Pacific railways.
The main bulding is of brick
. 120x40 feet, with an ell 75x40, four
stories high. Contains b2 rooms
including offices, parlors, recita
tion rooms, chapel, kitchen, din
ing room, laundry; dormitories
for ladies and gfnileman, heated
Incersaration and Trustee
tThc Charter was issued Feb.
,17th 1963 It makes the Trustees
a body corporate, defines their
power, prescribes manner of e
lection and t'h e, relation of the
Brardto tbe Freedmans' Aid So-
A. C. MACLIN, A. M. Acting
President Walden University
Economics and Philosophy.
B. H. BALL, A. B., George R.
Smith College Mathematics,
MISS B. NOBLESSE MASON,
U n i v ersity of C hicago
MISS MAE FIELD, A A., Wal
den Uninersity, Latin-German.
DUKE BOYD, A. B., Walden U
REV. F. S. BOWLES, A. B ,
George R. Smith College Sci
ence. EARL A. HARRIS, M. D., Me
Harry Medical College Chem
istry and Physiology.
MRS. ESTELLE H. MACLIN,
tory, Literature and Rhetoric.
MISS M. MINNIOLIA JACK-,
SON George R. Smith College
Board, Room and Tuition for
one month of four weeks,
lesstban : : $10.00
Le of the Laundry, .50
Music, Instrumental or Vo
cal, for one month of four
we;kn, 2 essous per week $2.50
One lesson per week, SI. 50
Use of Inst rum nt per Mon. .50
UseofTyp wn or in Com
mercial department per
month ot four weeks. : 50
Rooms ai l' lighted) heated, in
nished with lirdteada, mattrca.
pillow, two q uits, mirrors, bo!,
pitcher and lamp. Students fur
nish for th' mselvcs sheets, pil
low cases, extra quilts, blankets,
flop bucket, lamjj chimneys. Hap
A reduction uf 50cts per month
i: made from the tuition nf can
didates for the ministry and chil
dren of ministers.
All bills are payable in advance
the first day of each school month
Money for students' expenses
should be sent directly to the
President of the College. Send
by draft, P. O. order, express
money order or registered latter
to ix. C. MACLIN, Acting Pres
ident, Sedalia, Mo.
Work and Self-help.
A mimlier of students boarding
in tdc College permitted to earn
some of tiieir expenses by work
in the building or on the grounds
provided they are willing and e
fticient Libertd pay is allowed
for all work done, but employ
ment will not be continued to
those who fail to do their satis
factorily. Most students earn in
this wiiv S2 per month; some earn
larger amounts. Application tor
work hIiouUI be made to the Pres
ident iu advance of coming.
A large number of students find
employment in homes iu the city,
sufficient to expenses of board
and tuition. The call for young
ladies for these positions is always
;reaier than the Mipplv. Appli
cation to r s u c h employment
should he made in advance thru
the President of the College.
As far as possible we endeavor
to safeguard those working in the
citv, but cannot be fully respon
sible for those outside the college
building. Only young men and
women of established habits and
character can b e allowed this
privilege of outside residence.
C.iililren under twelve years of
age will not be received, except
special arrangements are made
with tht. President.
Design and Scope of the
The pnrp.is.; of the College is
to give a thorough, practical chris
tian education. It cares for the
health and physical training, pro
vides for refined social culture,
gives careful attention to morals
and manners, and aims to lead
the students to a personal relig
ions faith and life.
Wl I -cety.
Wfik-&);WWMWWj:'' ' .. Interstate Cnmntrcc ooen for all
audrthrough;tbe National Bank
int" System, the refunding of the
NejJonlil, Deb, Rku inptlon o f
rapecip py me'nta. . the Gold Stand
cy;p,im om f ustajnta me 111c
ciple it has auccessfully maintain-1 American labor by regulating im-1 Intrusted with insular possess-.date of a section, prejudice, or
n(d. Through the Civil War it ' migration and by taking at the lions, it has brought them peace class, nor a platform of negation,
juni.wrK x4 Arr-iaiiv.vf insiBTMifltt" ..1 . r.vnrnsir.m naiinnii inirirriiv.
Custom Douse, to pay American
taxes, foreign capital's advantage
from low. wages, it has preserved
to American industries, the home
market of eighty oiiUions of the
world's greatest consumers and so
laid, the aurrst basis for American
competition in foreign markets.
Uniting capital and labor, thus, in
a common prosperty ami com
moo source of increased reward,
it. hat created opportunities, impro
yed" conditions, of employment,
brought about a higher standard
otliviug, and more widespread
distribution oh wealth' and Well.
and progress, and provided for
the extension and protection of
American trade, for the National
defense, and for the honorable dia
chaige of the responsibilities of
world greatness. Maintaining
peace at home, with foreign na
scheme of repudiation, program of
scuttle, or doctrine of despair. It
has never lent itself to a demand
for revolution, to be followed by
reaction and retrogression, it has
solved the conflict which had si
lenced law and given trusts exis
tence. It has never proposed to advance
American workingmen and Am
erican institutions by banishing
American industriesnd buUdiosr
up those ot other lands, and acorn
stood firm for evolution by con-
...ut, ... i 'edtoinaaltlaborwith.nilluMorw
tions and among tnem, it has given gress. Finding trusts, giant.born promise of immunity from law.
American rights aud American flourabing under supposed con-1 Yet it passed the Pure Food Law
opportunities new meaning thru filet of State and National lew, and the Employers' Liability Law
out tue nation ami 1 urougnoui toe tne aouttie proniouion 01 exisx- 8t cured equal accomodations oa
ence serving but to foster their de ! r,Uroad A icttUur crMt
velo'nment. it has never, in an at
II. The Pa,rty of Proress and tempt t0 destroy trusts, with-
Prosperity. drawn, in State or Nation, the pro
Promising progress and prOR tectlon of hw from property; bat
perty, it baa b-eo pillticaUy sin. , tbh Executive lavtitiga-
- , i.H ii-t'lAlht rmirta
it has never had. a candi.' "UM - v v.
cd the Civil Service, established
Free Kural Mail Delivery, reduo.
en foreign postage, and increased
liensions. ContinuitiKnaturally .
marked out prnruOH
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