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LIU~YIKR Q P IIIBV.
JULY 9, 1914.
N Ezed at Pickn Postomce as Second Class
GARY HIorr, MANAGER
The Sentinel is not responsible
for the views of its corres
19f+ JULY 1914
S I'M T W T F S
58 78 911
Letusurge you again to enroll.
Mize politicians -are sensible,
at least. They hold- their elec
tioxis in September.
The candidates for office are
all "reitertiug" now from the
stump to beat the band. Let
& Nr. W P. Pollock, one of the
four senatorial candidates, says
eis in the race to help Senator
Smith-to "6 elp him back to the
Every last one of the eleven
candidates for governor say thoy
are confident they will i in.
They surely are a bunch o o
Wonder what has 4come of
that salute of twenty-one guns
Huerta was to gi; 'the Ameri
an flag at 6 . on a certain
3day not long go?
that every voter in
I c*ens county will have - his
jiaM.e on-a club roll before July
W.. Then on election day he can
vote for whom he pleases.
Columbia has put -a ban on
street carnivals. State says they
are nuisances,.and it is notice
laethat no city rarely permits
one to light more than once.
'Senator Smith,.in a speech at
-T.anicaster. Wednesday, said it
S'to twenty-one years to raise a
native-born voter, but only one
year for a steamship company to
raise a foreign-born voter.
2Little' Joe" Brown of Geor
g has entered the race for the
United States senate for the long
term as an opponent of ioke
SSmith. There should be only
~ onegue~as to the outcome.
1The oldest prize fighter, aged
Y 92, is dead. But just think how
much longer he might have lived
had he been a peaceable citizen!
His name was Kelly and one of
hiis fightslasted 101 rounds.
Dog days, dreaded from an
cient~timesbecauseof their heat,
bgnul 3 and will last until
~&~~us:J1L iMany people be
&)~e~. -ogs select these days in
whctogomad. So be careful.
Ed. B. DeCamp. editor of the
SGaffney Ledger, has been. "also
m .isaioned" -as a candidate for
--e~ legislature from Cherokee
cduntyv, .but he says "there is
nohxig stirring;" .Cherokee
ounty could do worse..
B oes anyone know what has
become of that scientist who
said that this world 'was gradu
ally. freezing, and that in the
course of several million years
~ ~thiplanet would lbe an iceberg?
y~Wwould like to interview him.
Brrah for Thomas A. Edison
jynd Henry Ford! The electric
wizard-and the automobile phil
..'anthropist are planning a car
r hich will come within the
reach of the ~working man's
purse. It will be propelled by
About the only thing we have
against Congressman Johnson is
that he sends us the Congres
sional Record.-Laurens Adver
tiser. And about the only thing
we are thankful for is that our
congressman does not send that
periodical to us.
Do not fet your chance to en
Sroll slip by, and when election
day comes and you cannot vote,
raise the cry that you were dis
-franchised. The club rolls are
open to every qualified voter and
those who do not enrol) will dis
They are "seeing things" up
north again. It is not sea-ser
-pents this summer-it's white
whales. Oneof theserarefishes
was said to have been sighted by
a steamship in the waters round
about Halifax, N. S. A white
'whale is rarer than the white
elephant of Siam.
L. J. Browning, candidate for
- overnor, passed a very high
4compliment on Dr. Clinkscales
the other day when he said that
D~Cl~ksalewas a man of
oly.?W' :deas, viz: State-wide
compulsoreducation and State
~ ITn our opmn
-onmostg glltheOther candi
ates have but one idea. and
For Next Week
New berry, Friday, J uly 10.
Greenwood. Sat. July 11.
Abbeville, Tuesday. July 14.
Anderson, Wed. July 15.
Walhalla, Thursday, July 16.
Pickens, Friday, July 17.
Saluda, Friday, July 10.
Edgefield. Saturday, July 11.
Aiken, Tuesday, July 14.
Bamberg, Wed. July 15.
Barnwell, Thursday. July 16.
Hampton, Friday, July 17.
In Third District
Newberry, Monday, July 27.
Greenwood. Tuesday. July 28.
Anderson. Thursday, July 31.
Walhalla, Friday, July 31.
Pickens, Saturday, Aug. 1.
At the Lancaster senatorial
campaign meeting W. P. Pol
lock delared that the new pri
mary rules were made to prevent
"dagoes and other sc-um from
southera Europe. wqho only come
here for a. enaort while, from
voting." He read 'the list of
foreigners from Ward Eight,
club two, for Charleston, saying
"tdese are the kind of people led
fj the polls by Vincent Chicco
and Jim Sottile to kill your vote
and mine," and "the kind of
men Blease is trying to line you
Sottile was recently appointed
as a colonel on the governor's
staff and has been refeired to
by Mr. Pollock as an "Italian
dago and blind tiger."
Singing at Mt. Tabor
We are requested to announce
that there . will be an all day.
singing at Mt. Tabor church,
two miles southwest of Central
on the third Sunday in July.
The oublic is cordialy invited
and especialy all singing leaders.
Come and bring youi snng books
and your dinner baskets.
William Tedmore, was nain
fully injured I a s t Tuesday,
when a savave-dog bit him in
the picnic grounds.
While playing with an old
reolver Moniday. little Alfred
Siggles shot his father in the
Hiram Sellers was chased by
a savage bull Sunday afternoon.
It gored h im between th e
orchard and the barnyard.
Postmaster Vipples, of Scar.
Tenn., is suffering greatly by
reason of a hornet having stung
him about a foot from the stamp
Congressman Legare's Dog.
The following anecdote of the
late Congressman George Le
gare will be of interest to Pickens
people, as Mr. Legare was well
known here, having made. his
summer home in Pickens for
many years. His family still
have a summer -home here.
The story is taken from the At
An admiring constituent gave
Congressman Legare, of South
Carolina, <>n e o f those vest
pocket edition Lilliputian Mexi
can dogs to take home to the
Leg-ree, by the way-was lead
ing the dog alomg by a cotton
string, when a South Carolina
mountaineer stopped him.
"Are it a reg'lar dog?" the
"y es, it's a Ch-Well, I can't
pronounce th? name of it,'- said
Legare, "butit's some kind of a
"Just a pup, I recon?"
"No, it's full grown."
"Well." opined the mountain
eer, "that's the least dog I ever
seen at one time."
The difference between the
knights of old. "when knight
hood was in flower," and the
new knights, is that the ancient
ones were made knights because
of their bodily strength, but the
new ones are decorated because
of their strength of heart and
mind. This comes to mind by
the fact that the king of Italy
recently knighted the manager
of the Piccadilly hotel griliroom
in London because he was a
Good Samaritan to his fellow
countrymen, strangers in a
strange land, who never ap
pealed to his generosity in vain.
While sitting in the Baptist
church a few days ago listening
to Dr. Ramsay preach a great
sermon. we could not help but
thank God for calling such men
into the ministry. If he had
made a lawyer, as he at first
determined to be, he might be
making many thousand dollars
more than he is now, but the
souls he leads to Christ will out
weigh all the money of earth. H.
bor Inifants andChiMdren.
The Kind YoulHave Alvaps Bougbt
The Shelby (N. C.) Star uses
up more than a column of space
describing the Wells-Christopher
wedding, which was a very
brilliant event. The following
paragraphs are taken from the
June is truly keeping up her
reputation in our city as far as
marriages are concerned. One
of the most beautiful ever wit
nessed in Shelby was celebrated
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock
at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John K.
Wells, when their youngest
daughter. Miss Ruth, was cove
nanted in marriage to Mr. John,
D. Christopher, of Greenvill#
Immediately following te
ceremony a brilliant receptipn
was tendered by Mr. and Mrs.
Wells. The guests, numbering
one hundred, were of thr city's
most prominent and r~gresenta
tive society folks.
The many hands6me presents
attested the popnlarity and es
teem in which -this young couple
is held. _ i
ir. and Mrs. Christopher left
on the Southern that evening
for4oints in western North Car
oina for a two weeks trip, after
which they will be at home in
Greenville, S. C.
The bride is a charming young
woman of great culture and
personal charm, and has for a
number of years been the effici
ent stenographer for A. Blanton
Grocery Co. Her host of friends
regret to give her up for her new
Mr. Christopher is a native of
South Carolina and is a young
man of fine social and business
qualities. He is now living in
Greenville, S. C., where he holds
a responsible position with the
wholesale grocery firm of Lips
comb-Russell Co., of that place.
Mrs. Elvira Holcombe
Mrs. Elvira Holcombe, widow
of the late Col. R. E. Holcombe,
of this county. died at her home
in 'the city of Greenville on the
24th ult., after an illness of
seyeral months. The funeral
and interment was held on the
following day at George's Creek
church, Rev. D. W. Hiott, of
Easley, conducting the services.
she was in her 68th year, and
is survived by the following
children: J. Minor and R. E.
Holcomube, of this county; W.
E. Holcombe, of Westminister;
J. R. Holcombe, of Greenville;
Mrs. McKinney, of Simpson
yulle; Misses Bertie, Bessie and
Tomsie Holcombe, of Greenville.
Also two step sons, N. R. Hol
combe, of Valdosta, Ga., and
R. W. Holcoinbe, of Atlanta,
Ga., and three brothers, and
two sisters, T. J. Bowen and
Miss Texie Bowen, of this coun
ty; Mrs. L. N. Berry, of Rich
land, S. C., and two brothers in
Arkansas. Mrs. Holcombe has
iesided on her farm, five miles
east of the city, after the death
of her husband some fifteen or
twenty years ago, until last
November, she and her three
single daughters movedt to the
city of Greenville. Her late
husband, Col. R. E. Holcombe,
was quite a prominent citizen
of this county. He was the
founder and the first Intendent
of the town now the city of
Easley. He built and conduct
ed the first store in the town
from 1873 to 1878. and was
prominently connected w i t h
the business interests of the
town for a-number of years.
Mrs. Holcombe was a lady of
many excellent traits of char
acter and was admired by a
wide circle of friends.-Easley
Mrs. Holcombe was a sister
in law of Mr. L, R. Dalton of
Mile Creek, and an aunt of our
fellow townsman Capt. J. T.
Death of Mrs. Sam N. Wyatt
The remains of Mrs. Lula
Cureton Wyatt, wife of Mr. S.
N. Wyatt, were brought to this
city on No. .39, Sunday last for
interment. She died at her
home in Spartanburg on the
26th ultimo after an illness of
some length. She was 50 years
of age and is survived by her
husband and two daughters,
Miss May Wyatt, of Spartan
burg, and Mrs. Goodwin. of
New York. Also her mother,
Mrs. Cureton, and one brother,
W. W. Cureton, both of Gaines
ville. Ga.. and two sisters, Mrs.
Robert Hinton, of Nevada.
Texas. and Mrs. Coleman. of
The family were formerly
iesidents of this city where Mr.
Wyatt was engaged in the
hotei and livery business for a
number of years. later moving
to Greenville and still later to
Mrs. Wyat was a good wo
man, a cons tent member of
the Methodist 'urch an affec
tionate mother, , kind neighbor
and leaves ma ,y sorrowmg
friends and relati5 to mourn
her det.Ese rges
Causes of Stomach Thubles
Sedentary habits, lack of Mut
door exercise, insufficient masfa
cation of food, constipation,L a
torpid liver, worry and anxiety.
vereting, partaking of foodand
drink not suited to your age and
occupation. Correct your habits
and take Chamberlain's Tablets
and you will soon be well again.
For sae by all dealers.-A dv.I
IN DRY GOODI
- IT IS PRACTIC
Shirtwaist time is
White crepes and crepe linens..
Colored Ratines -----------
Mercerized Batiste, 40 and 45 in
The Famous Toile Du Nord Ging
- ful patterns for ladies and
Standard Ginghams, plaids, strir:
and solid colors, 27-inch, at
A big assortment of remn
* stock, including assorted wool gc
etc., at a big saving in price.
Don't fail-to se<
0 Bargains that mean busit
that appeal irresi
Sole Agents for Walk-O
Machines, Iron King Stovi
* Mitchell Automobiles.
A Good Investment
W. D. Magli, a well knowi
merchant of Whitemound,Wis.
bought a stock of Chamberlain'
medicine so as to be able to sut
ply them to his customers. Afte
receiving them he was himsel
taken sick and says that on,
small bottle of Chamberlaii'
Colicz Cholera and Diarrboe.
Remedy was worth'more to hin
than the cost of his entire stocl
of these medicines, For sale b,
The State of South Carolina,?)
County of Pickens. i
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, F. B. Morgan, Junior, an
Mattie May Morgan made suit to me t
grant them letters of administration c
the estate and effects of F. B. Morgan
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred an<
creditors of the said F. B. Morgan, de
ceased, that they be and appear befor<
me in the Court of Probate, to be helt
at Pickens, S. 0., on the 16th day c
July, 1914, next after publication here
of, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, t<
show cause. if any they have, why sai,
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
the 24th day of June, Anno Domini
1914. J. B. NEWBERY,
Notice to Debtors and Creditor:
All persons ho'ding claims against th<
estate of the late .H. B7Bowen mus
present the same duly proven on or be
fore the 22d day of July, 1914, or bi
debarred payment: and all persons in
debted to said estate must make pay
ment on or before the above date to thi
undersigned. - R. E. BowEN,
Sale of Personal.Property
By virtue of an order of the Probat<
Judge of Pickens county, S. C., I wil
sell at Norris, S. C., on July 22, 1914
the personal property of the estate o
H. B. Bowen, deceased, to the highes
bidder for cash. The property consist
of mules, wagons, machinery, lumber
tools and other things.
9 R. E. BOWEN, Administrator.
The State of South Carolina, (
County of Pickens. -
Whereas, a petition from the free
holders and electors of Antioch Scho<
fDistrict No. 45 has been filed with th
County Board of Education asking tha
an election be held to determine whetic
er or not an additional special levy c
four mills shall be levied on said distric
for school purposes.
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
tees of the above-named district do ho]
d n election in said district on the 18t
day of July, 1914, at the school house
The trustees are hereby appointed mar
agers, the election to be conductedi
accordance with section 1742 of th
By order of the County Board of Et
ucation. R. T. H.ALLUM,
Secretary and Cliairman.
-Good Old Summei
Ice Tea Glasses, 50 and 75
Extra heavy Tumblers tha
will stand some knocks; 5C
Niee medium weigit Turn
blers, 25c Set. 7
Syrup Pitchers,-fly proof, .2
and 50c each.7
- Jelly Tumblers, 35 and 4C
Economy Fruit Jars, one <
the best on the market whe
properly handled, $1.25 P(
Dozen for half gallon size.
Aluminum 'Tea Spoons, 25
ASumin Table Spooni
COME/TO SEE Us
Cra'~ B ros.'Co.
Dethroned by Dodson's -eiver
Tone. Thousands WIonce
Feared Constip Now
It's little.-wonder that consti
paton h.is b e e n called the
"King of Human Ills."
Not 'that constipation in it
self is so dangerous, or so alarm
ing," but that constipation so
surely leads to many and dan
aferous complications. At least
80 people out of every 100 are
shackled at sopie time or other
by constipation's 'Reign of
But thank goodness thousands
have found a safe-and-pleasant
way to stop constipation. And
it's not by calomel-dosing either,
because calomel is anything but
safe. It's by taking Dodson's
Liver Tone, the har-nless vege
table liquid which is recom
mended and guaranteed by The
Pickens Drug Co.
Dodson's Liver Tone is fast
displacing the use of dangerous
calomel, This is because Dod
son's Liver Tone accomplishes
exactly the same results as does
calomel, but without the dread
ed and disagreeable after-effects
which often follow the use of
Dodson's Liver Tone should
be in every home in the land.
Get a bottle (50c.) today. It
means good-bye to dulled brain's
bilious headaches, "furried"
tongues and a score or more of
complaints which arise from
constipation a n d a sluggish
Every time they want any
thing they haven't tp in No'th
Ca'ltnv some one yells "pass a
law!" And now one of the
editors in that state wants a law
making it a misdemeanor to cut
a blackberry pie into more than
four,pieces. We amend by mak
ing it felony.
Georgia has our heartfelt sym
pathy, She has a session of the
legislature, a primary election
and Mr. Hearst's newspaper on
the bill of amusements, to say
nothing of this warm weather.
And on toD of it all, "Little Joe"
Brown is a candidate for the
United States senate.
Miss Genevieve Clark, daugh
ter of the speaker of the house
of representatives, declared hex
father wouldn't dared to come
home unless he had 'promised
his support to the cause of the
sufragettes. Champ is a big
brave, but, what could the poor
man do when he was surround
ed, with no chance of escape?
The National Wool Growers'
association,whose interests have
been protected by the Republi
can party for the past fifty years,
making hundreds of millionaires
out of the pockets of the Ameri
can people, has at last become
reconciled to the fact that wool
dbes not need a protective tariff:
a id at a recent pow-wow of
wool men in Washington the
only protection they asked for
was that against dogs and wild
varmints that prey on sheep.
For the first time in the history
of the United States the senate
one day last week passed a reso
lution, offered by Senator Hoke
Smith, of Georgia, providing
that all veterans of the war be
tween the sections, "whether of
the F e der al or Confederate
army," shall be eligible for ap
pointmient to fourth-class post
masterships without any age
limit. As a precedent buster
the Wilson administration has
no equal. There won't be any
to bust if this thing keeps up.
The Best Medicine in the World
"My lit tle girl had dysentery
very bad. I thought she would
die 'Chamberlain's Colic. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy cured
her, and I can truthfully say
that I think it is the best medi
cine in the world," writes Mrs.
William Orvis, Clare, Mich. Foi
sale by all dealers.-Adv.
A successful re:
digested. Give them
he stnadcondtoe d sdb uc
cheapest. surest way to get plentyo f6]
Sold a nd Guaranteed by Fo
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tJ w. HENRI]
STRENGTH FOR OLD PEOPLE
A Simple Remedy Which Favors
YOU act as though you just won
dered how you are going to get
through this trying season and dc
You may be overworked or have
had a bad cold which has left you
without strength, ambition or much
interest in life; in fact you are al]
. Let. us tell you that Vinol, our deli
ous cod liver and iron tonic, Is jus
the remedy you need to rebuild wast
ing tissues and replace weakness
A prominent Boston lawyer says:
"My mother, who is 76 years of age,
owes her good health to Vinol as
since taking it she can walk farthei
and do more than she has for years
I consider it a wonderful blood
making and strength creating tonic."
We have such faith in Vinol. that
if It does not quickly build you up,
restore your strength and make you
feel well' again, we will return your
money. Try Vinol on our guarantee.
Pickens Drug Co. Pickens S.C
Double Track Southern R. R.
Within five years the man
agement of the Southern rail
way expects to have a doublE
track line the entire distance.
640 miles, from Washington tc
Atlanta. President Harrison has
made arrangements for financ.
ing this great undertaking ol
immense importance to the en
tire South, and it is planned thai
the work shall go forward a
rapidly as it is possible to carry
it on without interfering with
the heavy freight and passengel
traffic which moves over this
News reached Walhalla Mon.
day of the death at Salem, or
Sunday night June 21, or early
Sunday morning, of Miss Bessi(
Sloan. a daughter of Mr. anc
Mrs. Ben P. Sloan, death beinc
due to complications arising
from an attack of measles
Miss Sloan was 22 years of age
Funeral services and intermen1
took place Tuesday morning
The bereaved family have th
sympathy of many friends ir
t h e i r 'deep sorrow.-Keowe<
Surprising Cure of Stomach
When you have trouble witi
your stomach or chronic consti
pation, don't imagine that youi
case is beyond help just becaus
your doctor fails to give you re
lief. Mrs. G. Stengle,Plainfield
N. J.. writes: "For over amonti
past I have been troubled witi
Imy stomach. Everything I att
upset it terribly. One of Chain
b erlain's advertising booklets
came to me. After reading a
few of thie letters from peopl4
who had been cured' by Cham;
berlain's Tablets. I decided t<
try them. -I have taken nearlh
the-orths of a package o1
themandcan now eat almosi
everything I want." For sale
by all dealers.-Adv.
Famous Usver Buttons from Hot Springs,
Akanss Better than Caom
.When the best physicians in the
world's greatest health resort don-t
bother to 'write
pr e scriptions,HO
but just say''Get
a bxof HotSP IN
S n d t o g i e yo u L
enoughto cut out Calomel, and geta
box to-day .They surely put your
liver and bowels in regular working
order -all druggists 25 cents. Get
Pickens Drug Companf
The State of South Carolina, )
County of Pickens,
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Mrs. L. C. Dunkin mad<
sui t metogrant hrletters of ad
ministration of the estate and effeets o
W. H. Dunkin.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred an<
reditors of the said W. H. Dunkir
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore e, i theCourt of Probate, tob
held at Pickens, S. C., on the 23d da;
of July, 1914, next after publicatio:
hereof, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,.t
show cause, if any they have, why th
said administration should not b
Given under my hand and seal this 3
day of July, Anno Domini, 1914.
J. B. NEWBE1RY.
10 ..P .C
EAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
edy for Rheumatism, Blood Poison an<
At all Druggists $1.00.
PMAN CO., Savannah, Ga.
Sc, S0c, $1.00-25 lb. ,ail $2.50.,
ul poultrymeni for over forty years. It wRi
greatly inepease their productiveness. The
oe Poultry Book.
gar Thornley & Co. 5557
(S PE4KENS R 4
SAND- SUNDRIES for the LADIES
AL ECONOMY TO BUY AT TH
)RE OF.THE PEOPLE"
iere and every woman wants something pretty. We
tisfy you fully in matters of quality and looks at little
odS Our Other Departme
are complete. : Ribbons-spiC and span
15c to 50c widths and colors.
251-2cc to 40c Co S All. the new summer models
... 5c o 40 OretSstock. Now, the are wo
hes 15c to 40c made corsets (The American Lazy make),
hmost beauti- that the figure does not feel their weight,
hams, sturdy enough t give satisfactory wear.
I 1-2c the yard . Laces and Embroideries-Hosie
es I0c the yard For ladies and children. You won't find
low prices for such excellent qualities anywhe
tnts from regular gwta
ods, lawns, swisses t of trading with us.
Get th habi habit that becomes
fixed the oftener people buy. here, and the
our reason is satisfaction. People ai-e satisfiec
our merchandise. People are satisfied
Du te r Oprices. People are satisfied with
ess and values store-its manners and methods..
stably. It will be $ $ $ in your pocket.
THORNLEY & CO:
es, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
ver Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New Home Sewing
as, Chase City and Babcock Buggies, Mitchell Wagons and
Of all kinds and will pay highest market
a r prices for same. Brin; us your chickens,
s eggs, hams, corn, peas, etc. We are paying
I 7c for g3od hams. Just received, another
carload of that good flour.
See us before you buy.
n FINDLEY & STANSELL Picke- E~
PICKEFNSe S. C.
SCapital & Surplus $60,000
I Interest Paid on Deposits
-J. McD. BRUCE, FR ANK MCFAL L
* . CHARLESTON, S. C.
Departments of Medicine and Pharmacy
86th Owned anjd Controlled by the State
86h.Session Opens October 1, 1914, Closes June 3, 1915 .i
opposine er uilding ready for oenuancy Octobe r. I91 Advantageously located
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Greenville, S. C.
Imparting the Knowledge, Ideals and Accomplish.
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o r liea d f t h nfulest effcenc and responibility. Its equipm e, f ly
BUILDINSe equip assoo ts most modern lines fbr conivene. comfortable. liean
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structve discne . h in sntitution aims to orthe bes euational opport at
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HDAVID M. RAMSAY, D. D., President, Greenville, S. C.
e GREENVILLE, S. C.
A College of Refinement, Distinction and Character
t A High Standard College
A Large and Able Faculty
c IA Select Student Body
On the Slope of the Blue Ridge, 1000 feet above Sea-Level. Beautiful
Grounds and Handsome, Modernlqipe Buildings.
t-A College of Liberal Arts an ~Sciences, offering courses leading to the
degrees of M. A., B. A., B. S., and B. Ped.
A Conservatory of Music, offering courses leading to the degree of B.
5 Mus. Schools of Art, Expression and .iusiness.
c CHICRDA, AN IDEAL COLEE FO0 YOUNG
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