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ROCHESTER NORMAL UNIVERSITY, ROCHESTER, IND.
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 4, 1900.
FEATURES OF THE SGHOOL.
1. All teachers are specialists and University trained. 2. Thoroughness characterizes every department 3. Personal private instruction is given when needed. 4. Classes are not large, thus giving the student advantages not possible in crowded schools. 5. Review work in Common Branches every term. 6. All Academic and College work done with us need not be done over again should the student attend a higher institution of learning. 7. Credits from our school are accepted in all first-class Colleges and Universities. 8. Students may enter at any time. 9. Expenses are as low as possible
consistent with decent living.
DEPARTMENTS. 1. Preparatory. 2. Academic. 3. Collegiate. 4. Normal. 5. Music. 6. Oratory. 7. Commercial. 8. Shorthand and Typewriting.
It is the part of wisdom to attend school where neither time nor money is wasted-where the principle that “Education is a self-activity” is not a mere theory, but a fact of the everyday work of the
school. Write for Catalogue.
W. H. BANTA, President.
THE INDIANA SCHOOL BOOK CO.,
Who have a contract for supplying text-books to the Public
THE INDIANA SCHOOL BOOK CO.
KANSAS CITY AND RETURN,
BIG FOUR ROUTE
ON ACCOUNT OF
NATIONAL CONVENTIONS OF CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
OCTOBER 12 TO 19, 1900. Round trip tickets will be on sale from all points on the “Big Four" at rate of One Fare (plus $2.00) for the Round Trip.
OCTOBER 10, 12 AND 14, Tickets good for return on date of Execution by Joint Agent (for which fee of 50 cents will be charged) not later than October 20, 1900.
For full information and particulars as to rates, tickets, limits, etc., call on Agents “Big Four
W. P. DEPPE,
Asst. G. P. and T. A.
By September 4, 1900, the opening of the 28th year of the School.
THE NEW SCIENCE HALL, 60 x 120 feet and three stories high, will be completed and equip
ped with the latest and most approved apparatus. THE LIBRARY ROOM now 50 x 60 feet and containing 10,000 volumes, will be made one-third
larger and 3,000 of the latest and best reference books will be added. DORMITORY. More than 100 new rooms for students will be in readiness and a new dining hall
will be erected. THE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT, now the largest and best equipped in the land, will be
greatly improved. INSTRUCTORS. Four additional instructors will be added to the Faculty.
THE SCHOOL WILL ENTER UPON THE WORK OF THE NEW YEAR WITH LARGELY INCREASED FACILITIES, yet the expense to the student will be no greater than heretofore. The institution is equipped in every way for doing thorough work in the following DEPARTMENTS: Preparatory, Teachers, Psychology and Pedagogy, Kindergarten, Penmanship,
Scientific, Classic, Higher English, Biology, Geology and Mineralogy, Engineering, Elocution and Oratory, Pharmacy, Medical, Fine Art, Law, Commercial, Phonography and Typewriting, Review. Each Department is a School Within Itself, and while there are other departments, yet this is none the less a special training school for teachers, or a special school of Pharmacy, or a
special school of Oratory, etc., etc. TEACHERS AND THOSE PREPARING TO TEACH have here an opportunity of entering
a greater variety of classes in professional work than at most special schools, and with reference to the high grade of work done we refer to any educator who is familiar with the school, whether
he be a patron of it or not. VALUE OF CREDITS. The credits received here are accepted at the best universities everywhere. As a
result of the many advantages offered, the Institution has grown to be the largest Normal School in the United States and offers, for one tuition, a greater list of subjects from which students may select their work than any other school. While the attendance is large, yet the classes are so sectioned that each student has every advantage of reciting that he could have if the enrollment did
not exceed 300. EXPENSES ARE MUCH LESS HERE THAN AT ANY OTHER SCHOOL offering any.
thing like equal advantages. One tuition, $10 per term, covers all the work of the different departments, excepting private lessons in music. Good board and well-furnished room, $1.50 to $1.90 per week. All letters promptly answered. Catalogue mailed free. Address
H. B. BROWN, President, or 0. P. KINSEY, Vice-President.
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W. W. RICHARDSON, District Pass. Agent, Indianapolis, Ind.
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There is a point beyond which the tired brain and worn-out nerves seem to lose all power of recuperation, and when that point is reached the only end is insanity and death. If you are nervous, restless, irritable of temper, have no appetite for food and can not sleep at night; if you are despondent, melancholy, have no ambition for work and no ability to concentrate your thoughts, ask yourself that question, “What next?” There is one thing you can do that will bring the answer you so much desire. If you will begin at once with Dr. Miles' Nervine it will give you the rest, the quiet, the sweet, refreshing sleep that leads to life renewed and health restored.
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DR. MILES' NERVINE
Is sold at all drug stores on a positive guarantee.
DR. MILES MEDICAL COMPANY,
Publications of the Inland Publishing Company.
PRACTICAL PHYSICAL EXERCISES.
For public and private schools. By Louis Lepper, Director Physical Exercises, Terre Haute public schools, and Wm. H. Wiloy, Superintendent Terre Haute public schools. Printed on extra heavy enameled paper, with special design on side and back stamped in black. Illustrated by about 100 tine half-tones; cloth. Price, 80 cents.
A thoroughly practical book for teacher or pupil.
Exercises are given for each grade and each lesson is illustrated on the opposite page from photographs taken from real life.
This book shows how to properly train the entire physical being, an essential condition to the best mental growth. Teachers without previous special training can use this book, and will be delighted with results which they can obtain. The book contains much that is attractive.
The Government of the State of Indiana.
BY WILLIAM W. THORNTON.
255 pages. Printed on good paper, bound in full cloth, title on sides and back in black. Price, 60 cents.
This book contains a brief but comprehensive outline of the history of Indiana to the present time, together with a full discussion of the present State Constitution, and the working of the various departments of the State government. The book is published with the hope that a better knowledge of the laws and general plan of government will help our youth to become better citizens.
The Indianapolis Journal: Thornton's Government of Indiana should be in every school, and, indeed, in every home and library in the State.
STUDIES IN ADVANCED PHYSIOLOGY.
BY LOUIS J. RETTGER, A. M.
X-600 pp. Illustrated. Cloth. $2.00 net.
Adapted to the use of advanced classes, high schools and higher institutions. A very suggestire book for any teacher of the subject, and a desirable reference and supplementary work for any class. Accurate and scientific; up-to-date in theory; especially prepared for the laboratory method of presentation.
Adopted in the State Normal Schools of Michigan and Minnesota and in use in many high schools in Indiana and other states.
The Inland Publishing Company,
TERRE HAUTE, IND.
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