The College offers courses in Languages,
Science, Mathematics, Philosophy, His
tory, etc., leading to the A. B. degree.
The College of Fine Arts offers courses in
Architecture, Belles-Lettrea, Music, Paint
ing and Design.
The College of Medicine offers a four years'
course, with a prerequisite of two years'
collegiate work. Library of 10,000 vol
umes. Several hospitals, institutions and
dispensaries for clinical work.
The College of Law offers a three years'
course with LL. B. degree when preceded
by one or more years' collegiate work. In
struction is by text-book and ease system,
and faculty is drawn from practicing attor
neys of Central New York.
The College of Applied Science offers
courses in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
and Chemical Engineering. Complete
laboratories for practical work.
The Teachers College offers teacher-training
in Music, Art, Physical Education and
Pedagogy, leading to the B. 8. degree.
New York State College of Forestry offers
a four years' course preparing for practical
or research work. State Ranger School at
Wanakena; Summer Camp at Cranberry
Lake. New building with every equip
ment. Tuition free to New York State
College of Agriculture offers four years of
theory and practice of farming. Uni
versity Farm with pure-bred stock. New
building perfectly equipped. Domestic
Science course for women.
SCHOOL OF ORATORY
HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING
For catalogue, bulletin, etc., address
REGISTRAR, Syracuse University
Syracuse, New York
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Ambitious people, no lonoer able to attend college in
person, may pursue Home Study Course s with the
Potomac Unirersily for a University degree.
If you seek larger rewards, greater usefulness,
study under our systematic method. The bachelor,
master and doctor degrees are awarded for Cor
respondence Study in Liberal Arts, Philosophy,
Music, Law and Theology.
Write to Dr. Porter to-day for the University
< Address: Potomac University, 1881 Third St.,
IN. W. , Washington, D. C.
The Western College
Oxford, Ohio, announces the opening of Its
sixty-fourth school year Wednesday, Sep
tember 18, 1918. Information imay*be?ob
W. W. BOYD, President
Send Your Soldier Boy
an OXFORD Testament
YOUR BOY IN KHAKI Is
? meeting new temptations,
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ger that wl!l test It Is courage, and hours
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OYFORH Uehrerrity frrn Americas Branch
UArUnU 15 Wm? 32nd Str.et N? T.rk
time of the surrender. He was re
garded as one of the best soldiers of
Having graduated in medicine in
1867, he located in Virginia and soon
after he married Miss Virginia Lee
Millan, of Fairfax County, Va. In
1870 he settled in Pittsylvania Coun
ty, Va., where for eleven years he
practiced medicine, and where he also
gave the land and built on it a Pres
byterian church. Seven children were
born to him and his devoted wife,
who with three children. Professor
Ashton W. McVVhorter, now the act
ing president of Hampden-Sidney Col
lege; Miss Jennie M. McWhorter and
Mrs. Hugh J. Maclntyre, of Thomas
ville, Ga., still survives him.
Some men achieve greatness by
their talent for money making, others
become famous by reason of scholar
ship or skill in waging war. The
greatest man is he who rears a goodly
famliy. Dr. McWhorter was great,
when measured by this test. The
writer was his pastor for seven years
and knew his children from youth up,
and he now gladly bears witness to
their Christian training, their superior
intellectual gifts, and their consistent
For sake of its educational advan
tages Dr. McWhorter, in 1883, moved
to Salem, Va., where for thirteen years
he practiced his profession. Later he
returned to the old homestead at
Bachelor's Retreat, S. C., and remain
ed there with his aged mother until
her death. Finally he came back to
Virginia to spend his last years, taking
up his residence this time at Hamp
den-Sidney, Va., where his son. Dr.
Ashton McWhorter, was a member of
the faculty of Hampden-Sidney Col
In March, 1915, he had a * stroke
of paralysis and another in August,
1916. These were the precursors of
the end, which came a year later,
October 6, 1917. The last two years
of his life were marked by much suf
fering, which he bore with great cour
. From the beginning of his married
life he erected the family altar in his
home and morning and evening for
nearly fifty years he led his family
regularly to the throne of heavenly
Dr. McWhorter was a gentleman of
the old school, a type rapidly passing
away. His courtesy was innate and
spontaneous. His piety was of the
unobtrusive kind, showing itself in
deeds rather than in words.
He lived beyond man's three score
years and ten and now, after "life's fit
ful fever," he is at rest.
MRS. MARGARET JONES.
Resolutions of the Woman's Aux
iliary of Concord church, Brunswick,
County, Va., in loving memory of Mrs.
Whereas, it has pleased God in His
wise providence to call home his aged
servant, the senior member of Concord
church and the president of th?
Woman's Auxiliary, we desire to place
I. The high esteem in which she
was held and the deep gratitude we
feel to God for sparing her useful life
so long to her church, to her family
and to the whole community. Truly
she was "as a mother in Israel."
II. We would commend her Chris
tian character and work to others for
their emulation, her witnessing for
Christ, her faithfulness to every duty,
her devotion to all public and private
means of grace, "To fear and keep
His commandments" being the key
note of her life.
III. That a copy,of these resolutions
be placed upon the records of the Aux
iliary, sent to the family and be sent
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