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ia Washington
College
-Founded 1853
A .^ctaool for Girls in Mountains of
* ? Southwestern Virginia.
~ Four years college work with A
B.,decree. Two years preparatory
Mafic, Art, Expression and Domestic
Bciencs. Modern building, ten-acro
campus. Terms $300. Catalogue on
Abingdon, Va., Box 225
? 6. D. LONG, D. D.t President.
' s Massey
Business
College
Oreat Commercial School of
the South."
Thorough and practical courses in
Business, Bookkeeping, Shorthand,
Typewriting, Penmanship, etc. Re
i ' duced summer rates. Send for cata
logue
v *02 B. Broad St., Richmond, Va.
I- W
Mary Baldwin
Seminary
EaiabLUhed IMS.
: For Young Ladies
Staunton, Virginia
*5V1nJ! B?Pt?{nber 12th. 1917. l>o
SitS? mJlir1* *n<l historic Bhenan
ot Vlrrlnla. Unaurpaased cll
-.b ,d,n*s an(1 ">odern ap
Dolntmenta. Studenta pant eeaelon from JO
SitiSt? P*U?I?W <) years), pre
(4 yefcrt). certlflcau prlvl
aiSTh 5<u?le. Art and Domestic Science.
Sr*eaUlSru* ' thorou*h work- Send
' mAMuSrNA 'P. mOGLSB, Principal.
Yoanr Women. Baen* Vista. Va.
tafs -assure
miSmXJ'?D tots of female
lanner and character. Courana: for hirh
graduates college preparatory, t;x
l Art. Domestlo Science, Buslneas.
Pipe Organ. etc. Laie Prof. Thoa. R
aometlme or U. of Va.. and of Colum
jl**ralty. N. T.,. aald: "What a bln??
r7- auch art education a? you offer may
bta had at ao mnall a coat." A prominent I
3UH0 6< Richmond bald: "If people knew I
yow bave you ooaid raise jour price
JH* 0??t and not know what to do with
W3f r V*-" Patronage from
'iflT <" JO. 8. and outside. For
??*#m*"Box 2??k ' ?f H?m<HL1U' addr*"
Episcopal
High School 1
K?*r Aicundrla, Ta.
.. *Tk? ?vanty-nJnth year of 1
Mil# Sehool for Boya will open
September 1?. 1J17. -- -
equipment throughout,
logue on application.
A. B. IIOXTON. B.
. Principal.
Modern
Cat*.
T7T
Virginia Intermont College
*nd Yoqnr Woman. 3Jrd year.
VHSVatary and Junior College Cour?e*.
Kipmilta, Domeatic Science very
*"??? _ ?**elc department. Modern build
for 150-i l&rrc camnua in
r mountalB;_ climate: laoa feet alt"
*S* mountain clfmate: 130a feeV altl
"? WWWUNfcK
Randolph-Macon Academy
???'** ,u?StZ?Jg!1$? MIN
th.oro,uch preparation for
Twi'^Lf^ i. schools or business life.
bSit?,?nd?rm*u.t, of Jhe Handolph
System. of which this school Is
THE DUNSMORE
BUSINESS COLLEGE
(Incorporated)
HTABNTON. VA.
I". one of the oldest and beat educational
achoola <jf its kind In the country. lis
Staduataa are successful in securing lucr"
t&ti?achrJ2ient 41141 Brom#tlon after le*v
Xt. began its-career Kehruary. 187C. and
waa chartered by the Legislature of Vlr
fl i5". authorized to confer the degree
0*.Waaler of Accounts November. 1881
^ I^?raf. Chartered uraln 1914 by the SUte
ft;K?=.ac<ssita'0.", siMrd;?.'""
?4VvX'i llhJ,T'
.Bates of tuition and board are very rea
sonable. Send for free catalogue.
J? O. DUNSMOBJE. President.
, ? !
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i
C' '1
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War Voubs Wemen
- Founded 1842.
HOLLIXS VIRGINIA.
^Catalogue on Application?Box 9
Seminary
! v JT7MOB COLLEGE.
I^wtaburs, W. Va.
?Ws.a'fla'^rasf i?.?ves;3
S^m,.~lV??COUr*4- Art" Home
Wy* you five mor# lor
Othor"8c 001 ln ,be South."
*0B*BX H, AHA MB, A.M,, Prcaldtoi,
- Bo* 7a.
pMiHIBniH.'KllK'BN,
Virginia, CknloMeivlllt.
St. Anne's
School for Girls
(KPI8COPAL)
College Preparatory, Muaie, Art.
Dlo4rrn LanRUtiKca. .LarK* campus,
niodorti buildings. Illustrated cata
logue. Speclul rtepurlment for chil
dren as resident pupils. MISR MARV
HYDE, BoVAL, Principal, Char
lotteaviUe, Va.
The
Shenandoah Valley
Academy
WINCHESTER. VA.
Dr. H. M. Boutl, Principal.
Excellent nilvsnugcg In Itii military sys
terfl and home Influences. All athletics ?n
courugod. New gymnasium. Large swim
ming pool (00x26 feet). Trained teachers
and Individual attention In all clashes. All
Southern accredited school. Healthful stl
uation. No sickness In years. For terms and
full Information address
I)U. D. M. ROSZEL.
2W
Chatham '
Training School $
For Boys ^
I Chatham, Virginia. 1*,
P "Makinc Men and Not Money"
V? All Adantafces?Lowest Cost.
A Catalog.
* THOMAS RYLANO SANFORD,
w Preaiient.
i Chatham, Virginia.
??- ?????- - i
Marion College and
School of Music
Marion. Virginia.
In Mountains of Virginia.
Established In 1S74. Junior Collece reg
istered by Virginia State Board of Educa
tion (four years high school and two years
college;, graduates receiving five years'
teacher's certificate, which .la renewable.
Departments: Literary. Music (piano, voice,
violin, pipe organ). Art C-xpreaslon. Domes
tic Science and Art, and Stenography and
Typewriting Faculty of fifteen men and
women. Christian environment. $23o.00 for j
the session of thlrty-elx wefka, Including
board and tuition.
Apply for catalogue to
REGISTRAR. Box T.
Fishbume Military School
WAYNESBORO. VA.
3*th year will open In Its new ICO.000
fireproof building. Complete modern
equoprnent. splendid campus, beautiful
location near Blue Ridge Mountains. Al
titude 1300 feet. A home-like school
with high standards of scholarship and
morals. Classen are kept small go each
boy may receive Individual attention?
one teacher to .each 10 cadets. Annual
Spring encampment. Send for catalog.
ACAJOR MORGAN H. HCDGINS.
Principal. Box C.
Madison Hall
School
For Young Women
and Girls
Twelfth year under present man
agement. College and special courses.
Conservatory courses In Music, Art,
Expression, Modern Languages, Do
mestic sclcnce, Riding. Swimming. Il
lustrated catalogue.
GEO. V. WINSTON. LL. B?
MRS. GEO. F. WINSTON. A. M.
Principals.
?HOP R Street. X. TV., Washington, n. C.
Virginia College
>1
? A
For Women Roanoke, Va. 9
. One of the leading schools of the $
jl< South. Modern buildings. Extensive 1*
ja campus. located in \ alley of Vir- f
W ginia. famed fur health and beauty m
r( or scenery. <J|j
I
Ele<*tive. Preparatory
and College Course*
Music, Art. Expression. k
Domestic Science V
Athletics
}j under the direction of European and ' i
M American Instructors. Students from '?
V 32 States. For catalogue address ?
?{ MATT IE P. HARRIS, President. \
^5 Mrs. Gertrude Harris Boatwright. ' >'
X Vice-President.
--**1-?*
Randolph-Macon
Institute for Girls
Danville, Virginia.
College Preparatory.
Additional work for those not look*
inff forward to college.
Special advantages tn Muaic, Art,
Elocntion and PhyNirnI Culture.
Faculty of twenty, well equipped, ex
perienced. Boarding students limited
to 100. Home life wholesome. Rates
low.
Address, for catalogue,
CIIAS. G. EVANS, A. M?
Principal.
Fort Loudoun
Seminary
WINCHESTER, VA.
For higher culture of young women.
Delightful location .In the beautiful
Shenandoah Valley. Literary and Busi
ness courses. SPECIAL ADVANTAGES
IN SH'SIC, ART, Languages. Oymnaslurrt
and all outdoor, exercises. Terms |360.0i>.
Opens September 14th. For catalog, ad
dr<M
MISS CATHERINE R, GLASS, President.
Cluster Springs
Academy
A Select School for Boys
MILITARY TRAINING
Ask for Illustrated Catalog.
Hampden WiUon (UnlTtnily of
Virginia). Principal.
Rax No. 37. Cluster Sprlnara. Va.
1776 1917
Hampden-Sidney
College
"The Ideal Southern College"?a* to In
struction. location, associations and Chris
tian Influences. Kxpenm moderate. 14
untt entrance requirement. Confers ft. A.,
U. R.. H. I,lt.. M. A. New gymnasium.
Athletlo field. Tennis *n-l track.
MILITARY TKAININO.
142nd session begins B?pt ember 13, 161T.
Kor catalogue and further Information,
iddrew:
II. T. GRAHAM, President.
Hamnden-Sldncy. Va.
183? 1017
GUILFORD
COLLEGE
Guilford College, K, C.
Co-e<flicatJona!. Ten good buildings.
High atandurds In scholarship and morals.
.Modern dormitories. Fine Musical advan
tqjjcti. Household KtonomicH. Christian
Associations. Pure water. Sanitary equlp
menta. Large campus. Expenses very rea
sonable.
Write for catalogue and further Infor
mation.
THOMAS NEWLIN. Prcsidont.
SS3HH6{S339HHE3S3HiiMG2b23MH5
Emory and Henry
College
One of the oldest and best schools In
Virginia, will begin its seventy-ninth
year in September, 1915. It has enlarg
ed new buildings, equipments and other
modern Improvements. For catalogue,
views of buildings, grounds, etc., ad
dress.
CHARLES C. WEAVER, Kh. D?
President, Eu*ory, Vs.
RADFORD STATE
NORMAL
Offers courses lor Primary Teachers.
Grammar Grade Teachers and High
School Teachers. Strong courses l.i
Household Arts. Manual Arts and
other Special Subjects. .
School in session forty-eight weeks
each year. Free scholarships, new firo
proof dormitories, large shady cam
pus. pure artesian water. Large Gym
nasium and Swimming Pool in the
Administration Building. More than
ISOO fe.ot above the sea level in the
Upland Blue Grass region of Virginia.
For catalogue and full information,
write
JOHN PRESTON McCONXELL,
President.
Enat Radford, Vs.
Sweet Briar College
FOR WOMEN. Sweet Drlur, Vn.
Campus of 3000 acres among Blua
Ridge Mountains.
Art, Music and Home Economics. A.
B. degree accepted for graduate work
In. lending universities.-'.
THE ACADEMY?preparatory and
general courscs.
EmUle Watt* McVea. A. M? Lltt. D..
President.
For catalog address Ths SECRETART.
WASHINGTON CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC
E. LAUOMTCH. President,
1108 New Hampshire Avenue (Adjoining
Dupoot Circle).
Pbone Connections.
Largest In city, occupying a half block.
Violin
E. Uilotitcb, formerly of Petrograd,
Russia (Dr. Auer Method).
Asst. \ iolln, Mile. Ladorltcb.
Weekly Orchestral Clsiti.
Vocal?Mine. Isabel Garvin Shelley
(Shakespeare and Old Italian Methods).
Piano?Mme. M. Ficklln Echols (Les
chititzski Method).
Theory, Harmony and Counterpoint?
Miss May Eleanor Smith (Stern Con
servatory. Berlin).
ViulinceUo?Dore Walton (Brussels
Conservatory >.
Viola and Orchestration?Robert Cary
Stearns (Brussels Conservatory!.
History of Music?M mo. Shelley.
t'ornel?M. Stelnhauser. Orchestral
and Hand Instrument Instruction.
Expression and Dramatic Art?Mme.
Randall.
French?Mme. J. D'Eetainvllle Gail
lard (Parts'.
Clasftlr Interpretative Donclne?Mme.
Randall.
LiuiKuages. Literature.
-i ^ Hi 111,i
Virginia Military
Institute
DISTINCTIVE FEATURES.
Tlia attention of all who are Interested In
education Is respectfully called to the spe
cial advantages now offered by the Virginia
Military Institute. Among these advantages
are:
I. It* Distinctive Military System. This
has secured for it the name of the "West
Point of the South." It tends to muscular
development and physical heulth by an en
forced regularity in food, sleep and exercij-e.
It creatcH habits of promptitude, order, dis
cipline and subordination. It fosters self
reliance and force of personal character by
removing 911 extraneous distinctions, ana
casting each youth, whatever liis antecedent
circumstances, on his own individual re
sponsibility. It Is ?' equal, uniform and
wholesomely restraining, without rigor.
II. Its Distinctive * endemic Curriculum.
This embraces the study of English, History,
French or Spanish. German or Latin, Mathe
matics. Physics. Geology, Mechanics, Sur
veying. Chemistry. Drawing. Law, Econom
ic^ Literature, Practical Science.
m. Its Technical Scientific Cotlr*es. Pro
vision is made for the members of the sec
ond class to elect between the courses of
Civil Engineering, of Analytical and Ap
plied Chemistry and of Electrical Engineer
ing. These courses are of one and a half
years' duration, and are Illustrated by con
tinuous Held and laboratory practice. The
Department of RnKinccrlng Is thoroughly
equipped with Instruments and models;
and the chemical, physical and mineral
oglcal laboratories have all appliances for
thorough, practical Instruction.
IV. Its Distinctive Systerp of Instruction,
namely, dividing of classes Into section*,
whereby the students are accurately graded,
and each secures a share of the personal
attention of the Instructor. The success of
the educational work -of the school turns
largely on. this method.
V. Its Economy. Ths expenses are: Pay
cadet, S42S a year: Virginia cadets, tuition
free, I33S a year: Stats cadsts, $185 a year.
This sstlmats includes tuition, board, fuel
and lights, washing, room rent, medical at
tendance of the most .careful character,
clothing, books, stationery and all neces
sary expenses, and falls below that of any
Institution of like grnde In this country.
Tbls estimate .is exclusive of outfit, and
must be understood as an average for the
entire term, the first year being of neces
sity the most costly.
Degrees B. A, and 8. 8. conferred In
course. i
For further Intormstlon and catalogue
apply to ths Superintendent.
GEN. E. W. NIC HOI*.
Lexington, Va.
Episcopal School
. (NEAR LVMHBVHG, VA?)
For boys o( character, position and
ability whose means will not permit
thorn to attend our more expensive
Bchools. Prepares at cost for college,
university or Immediate entrance upon
the duties of life. Made possible by
gifts of founders. Special terms to
clergymen. Boarders for the present
are limited to seventy. One hundred
and six aer** of land. The session be
gins September 36, 19X7. Apply for In
formation and catalogue to the
REV. ROBERT CARTER JETT, D. D.,
Rector Principal*
REV. THOS. KIN LOCH N El, SON, M. A?
Vice-Rector, Senior Master.
Fredericksburg State
Normal School
Fredericksburg^ Virginia.
Prepares teachers for all grades of
the public schools. Tuition free to
State students. Strong faculty. New
and modern equipment. Helpful loca
tion. For catalogue apply to
E. II. RVSHRM,,
President.
I ? a g ? B - B ? ' ? ?"?TW?
fitli War. *400. No Extras.
"After Highest Virginia Standards-"
SOUTHERN
COLLEGE
Junior College and FinlhiiLng Courses.
For Girls and Young Women.
Two-Year Collets Course, also Prepsra
lory or Finishing Coursea. Music, Art. Kx
presslon, Domestic Science. Social Training,
Gymnasium, Tennis. Basket t,<ill. Students
from many States. Ideal climate. Attrac
tive courses tor High School Graduates.
ARTHUR KYLE PA VIS, A. M..
g4ti College Place, reterwhorg, Vtrgtwla
State Normal
School
JIA RRIKONBURjG. VIRGINIA.
PREPARES YOL'NO WOMEN tor teach
ing In kindergartens, elementary and high |
school grades, for supervisors and com- ]
munlty workers, and (or specialists In ;
home-making, millinery and dressmaking.
Ideal location?"In the hei^rt of the Shen
andoah Valley." State scholarships civs
free tuition. All expenses very low. For
catalogs and full Information, address.
JL'LIAN A. BIRRLS8, President.
ACADEMY OF THE
Visitation, Monte Maria
FOUNDKD 1M6
Boardlac Hi Day IckMl tor Yeug
Latin.
Beautifully situated. overlooking the
James. The course of instruction com
prises all the requisites of ft refined
and polished education. Special atten
tion paid to Music. Art and Language.
Krench in particular. Private courses
*lven In latter branch, during vacation,
l-'or further details apply to,
/ MOTHER KLTBRIOR,
**? Em< Grace nd ttad 8t?.
RICHMOND, VA.
vvo
Pounded 1838.
Chartered la 18U.
Trinity College
DURHAM, Jf. C.
A Southern College of liberal arts
with an established national reputa
tion for high standards, noble tradi
tions and progressive policies. Its
Urge endowment fund makes possible
Its flrst-cl&sa equipment and large
faculty of well-trained and carefully
chosen teachers. Student fees low.
Comfortable. Inexpensive rooms In
carefully supervised hygienic dormi
tories.
Classical and scientific courses lead
ing to the bacholor's degree. Grad
uate courses in all departments.
Schools of Engineering, Education and
Law.
For catalogue and Illustrated book
let address R. L KI.OWERS, .
Secretary to the Corporation.
A Position
Assured
Standard Cogrni.1
New students are en
tering every weok day.
Uraduates placed in
positions without
charge. Special summer
rates until August 15th.
Write for free cata
log and particulars.
114 W, City Hall Ata.
NORFOLK. VA.
RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE for MEN
ASHLAND, VIRGINIA.
An institution that stands for ennuine scholarship, manly character,
Christian principles, and offers to its students the highest education at
the least cost.
l>ocn?pU in' the heart of historic Virginia, the birthplace of Patrick
Henry and Henry Clay, sixteen miles from Richmond, with electric
cars and railroad service hourly.
Modern Oonnitorien. equipped with up-to-date homo conveniences.
Prepares men for the study of Law. Medicine, Applied Sciences and
the Ministry. Confers the degree of B. S.. A. B. and A. M. Will give
MILITARY TRAINING BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 13, 1017.
Stroatc Faculty. All students, especially first year men, given per
sonal attention by full professors.
"Write us about your son who is planning to enter college next ?es
sion. A postal will bring catalogue.
R. E. BLACKWKM, A. M- Lt. D? Preside**.
S. C. HATCHER, D. U., Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer
i State Normal School for Women |
Farmville, Virginia
Offers special training for grade work, high school work,
home economics and county demonstration.
Thirty-fourth session opens September 12th, 1917. For
catalogue, address
I
i
I
THE REGISTRAR, State Normal School for Women,
Farmville, Virginia.
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OAK RIDGE, N. C.
T4E. WHITAKEK. PRESIDENT.
An old-fashioned Southern school dating from 1852. In its lone his
torr it has enrolled thousands from tho Carolinaa and adjoining states
the wax to bigger ?ccomplishments in coiiofe bunions..
* 350*cr?aiac?mpn?. athletic pounds, orchards and farms! Modem
school buildings, Steam heat and showers Library, Active literary societies
Healthful, accessible location near Greensboro, More than a thousand feel
above sea level. Sane, moral Influence*
Courses thoroughly covering literature sci
ence, teaching, bookkeeping and shorthand and
music. Athletics encouraged. All male toaeh
?rs, Discipline mild buC Arm. Costs reasonable
i.f*11 s??l00 "wnj September
4. 1317. V> rite for illustrated catalogue. Address
Oak Ridge Institute,
Oak Bldgc, N. C.
THE CHAMBERLAYNE
SCHOOL
A Country Boarding and Day School for Boys at Richmond, Va,
Seventh Session Begin* Thursday, September 20, 1?1T.
Location: Five minutes walk north from Stop 25, Westhampton car
line (three miles west of Richmond). . ,
Grounds and Buildings: Ten acres of grounds, over half of which is
in athletic fields; six buildings.
Boarding Department: Limited to 36 pupils.
Boya are prepared for the University of Virginia and other Institu
tions of high standing by a faculty of six college graduates- The lower
school, for little boys, Is under the direction of Miss V. S. Bouldln. The
boys remain at the school from 9:16 A. M. till the latter part of the after
noon, a regular dinner being nerved at 1:46 P. M. The faculty take an
active part in the dally athletic sports.
Terms: Lower School, day boys, |235; Upper School, day boya, J375;
flve-day boarders, $550; regular boarders, $600. For catalogue, address
C. G. CHAMBERLAYNE, A. M.. Ph. D., Headmaster.
BLACKSTONE MILITARY ACADEMY
ByiACKITONC. VA.
Acalenle, Comerdal ul Military D?pirfa?ati. Military riiiifnt
?<ul*p?4 Oflccred by War Dcyartneat.
Acadtnle Department.
Offer* Instruction In all academic
branches. Certificated accepted la
colleges and universities.
Commercial Department.
Offers course In Shorthand, Tyjv*
3rating. Beokkeepti- r. Business
enmanshlp. Banking.
New building thoroughly equipped. The most modern school plant In
the South. Writer supply from deep well, health record excellent.
Graduates accepted by U. 8. Military Academy without mental exami
nation.
For catalogue and Illustrated booklet, address COL. E. 8. Li GO J*, fndlnt
The College of William and Ma
Thorough Aeademlo Courses lead
Ing to A. B., B. S., A- M.; well
equipped laboratories and excellent
library: unexcelled health condi
tions; high grade student body; In
timate contact with best ideals of
Virginia.
Total expenses. |207 a year. State
scholarships for prospective teach
ers.
Tfce Normal Academy offers
courses for those not prepared for
college entrance.
LYON G. TYLER, LL. D.,
President.
H. L. BRIDGES, Registrar.
Williamsburg, Va.
EDICAL COLLEGE
i OF VIRGINIA
Medical Coita ? of Vlrgiiila 1
University College of Medietas
(Consolidated)
MEDICINE?DENTISTRY?PHARMACY
STLART McOCTRE, M. D., Dean.
New college building, completely equipped and modar*
Extensive Dispensary service. Hospital faclll
laboratorlea.
Ueo furnish 400 clinical _ _
perlenced faculty; pracUcsi curriculum,
leaslno opens Sontember.
Far catalogue or Information address
J. B. McOAULBY, Secretary.
Richmond. ?
beds; Individual Instruction: #*-'
Bevonty-aigbt*
Vlrgtmla.
THE CHATHAM EPISCOPAL INSTITUTE
For Girls
Rt. Rev. A. XL RANDOLPH,
Bishop Dtoeess of' Southern
Virginia, Episcopal
Visitor.
REV. C. O. mtTDEN.
Rector and President Board of
Trustees.
MBS. L. MAY WILLIS, Principal, Graduate Cnlerstty of Syracuse.
The Twenty-third Sesalon Will Begin September 13. 1917.
COURSES: LITERARY. NORMAL. BC8INEHS, DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
Olvea complete education or preparea for advanced standing in any college' er
University admitting women. Extra studies In Music (Voice, Piano, Organ. Violin).
Art, Elocution and other subjects.
New Dordltory. Gymnasium, lighted by both gas and electricity; 10-acre campus.
Send for new illustrated catalogue. Addrtw
THE CHATHAM EPISCOPAL INSTITUTE. Chatkam. Ta.
RICHMOND COLLEGE
Consists of two co-ordinate colleges?Richmond College,
for men, J. C. Metcalf, Litt. D., Dean, and Westhampton
College, for women, May L. Keller, Ph. D., Dean.
An old, strongly endowed institution. Modern fire
proof buildings. Standard entrance requirements. De
grees accepted at face value everywhere in American.
Law School, with courses of two years, leading to de
gree of LL. B. Moderate charges in all departments.
Catalogue issued for each department
and picture book, address
For catalogue
PRESIDENT F. Vf. BO AT WRIGHT,
Richmond College, Va.
3322
AUGUSTA MILITARY ACADEMY
(Holler's School)
FORT DEFIANCE, VIRGINIA.
?
A school with a country location in the famous Valley of Virginia, hav
ing the highest endorsement of the Virginia Military Institute and other
universities. Our now flre-proof barracks, costing nearly $70,000.00, to
gether with one of the finest academic buildings tn the State, gives us a
plant with few equals In the South. Steam heat, electric lights and an
ample supply of pure water. In every portion of the buildings. School
property covors 250 acres. Exceptionally fine drill ground and athletic
hold. Daily drills and athletics under the personal supervision of rosni
l>ers of the faculty. About fifteen boys to every teachcr, who Is an ex
perienced college man. Climate excellent, which with syotematlo drills and
cxercises works wonders in making healthy robust boys. Our enrollment
is limited to 200, and early application is desirable. Forty-second, session
begins September 23rd. Rates, (400.00. Catalogue on application.
THOS. J. ROLLER.
FORT DEFIANCE, VA.
CHAS. S. ROLLER, JO,
Principal*
ELON COLLEGE
North Carolina. For Both Men and Women.
Christian Character First and Always.
Character?Health?-Culture?Scholarship*?BeaatywCleaa AtUetlee,
aiy Moderate Katta, Dellrttfal Location. Every Modern Convenience. Dm*
well water. A quarter century without a slagle case of dangerous aieknua. Tu* U?
naaiomj. No baling.
?t. ___
the mort
Merehall A.
1 found in El on CoUwewkat I never found quite so prominently beftore. ? aplfftnal j
and a deiira to learn oFapiritual thing*. I congratulate Eton tipon bar aplta
atuoapfeer*." Write Now for Catalog and Pull Information to Box S7.
President W. A. HARPER, Blon College, North Carolla4
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