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From J. C. Perry, proprietor Enterprise Laundry, Indianapolis :

Prof. Heeb-I came from Iola, Kansas, to tbe Indianapolis Business University for the express purpose of taking a thorough business course and return home. The very day I finished the prescribed course you secured for me a position with

a good firm, which promoted me from time to time. Within a year I obtained a practical business education, paid the entire expense of the same, lived a larger life than ever before, and sent surplus money home. Wish I could do as much for you as you did for me, and are doing for the young people of America.

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MISS ELLA M. SMALL.

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INDIANAPOLIS, IND., March 31, 1900. Mr. Heeb-I cheerfully recommend the Indianapolis Business Upiversity to all who contemplate taking a business education. The University is a first-class institution, and has won its high reputation through the untiring efforts and honesty of its able management. I hold the excellent position wbich you secured for me, that of bookkeeper and stenographer with the Indianapolis Trade Journal, and desire to express my appreciation of the great benefits I derived from the thorough training received under efficient instructors while attending this institution. Wishing you and the University unbounded success, I remain, sincerely,

ELLA M. SMALL.

J.C. PERRY.

MAKE SURE OF A POSITION!

If you desire to prepare for good paying positions, go to the institution which ....
CAN DO THE MOST AND BEST FOR YOU.
THE CALLS FOR OUR GRADUATES EXCEED THE SUPPLY.

THIS TELLS THE STORY OF SUPERIOR INSTRUCTION. The thoroughness and efficiency of its training, the success of its more than 25,000 students sent out during the half century of its honorable history, and the

Confidence and Patronage of
Business Men and Educators

HAVE GIVEN THE

Indianapolis Business University

prestige and a wide influence which enable it to do more for students than other schools can.

Don't make a mistake in choosing a school. It is a life-long loss. Select the best and MAKE SURE OF A POSITION.

Illustrated Catalogue Free.

FOR SPECIAL OFFER TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

ADDRESS OR CALL UPON

President Heeb,

28 to 40 N. Pennsylvania St., Opp. P. O.

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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.

etc.

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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 folilowing DEPARTMENTS: Preparatory, Teachers, Psychology and Pedagogy, Kindergarten, Penmanship;

Scientifie, 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., TEACHERS AND THOSE PREPARING TO TEACH have here an opportunity of entering

a greater variety oi 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 VALUE OF CREDITS. The credits received here are accepted at the best universities ererywhere. As a

result of the many advantages offererl, 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 lurge, yet the classes are xo 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.

SCRIBNER'S NEW TEXT-BOOK.

CLARK'S PRACTICAL PUBLIC SPEAKING. 12mo, $1.00 net.
THOMPSON'S LOBO, RAG AND VIXEN. 12mo, $0,60 net.

HYSLOP'S LOGIC AND ARGUMENT. 12mo, $0.75 net.

History of the United States.

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By WilBUR F. Gordy, Principal of North School, Hartford, Conn. Crown 8vo, 226 illus

trations, 37 maps, 478 pages. $1.00, net. Third Edition, revised to date, includ

ing chapter on Spanish War, will be furnished to all schools in the fall. Psychology for Teachers. By C. LLOYD MORGAN, Principal of University College,

Bristol, England. With an introduction by Henry W. JAMESON, Associate Super

intendent of Schools, New York. 12mo, $1.00, net.
Herbart and the Herbartians. [ The Great Educators.] By CHARLES De. Garmo, Ph. D.,

President of Swarthmore College. 12mo, $1.00, net.
Horace Mann and the Common School Revival of the United States. [The Great

Educators.] By B. A. HinsdALE, Professor in the University of Michigan. 12mo,

$1.00, net. Europe in the Middle Age. By OLIVER J. THATCHER and FERDINAND SCHWILL, Pro

fessors of History in the University of Chicago. With 10 Maps. 12mo, $2.00, net. A Short History of Mediæval Europe. By PROF. OLIVER J. THATCHER.

With Maps.
12mo, $1.25, net.
A History of Modern Europe. By PROF. FERDINAND SCHWILL. With Maps and

Genealogical Tables. Crown, 8vo, $1.50, net.
How to Know the Wild Flowers. A Guide to the Names, Haunts and Habits of our

Common Wild Flowers. By Mrs. WILLIAM STARR DANA. New Edition, Revised

and Enlarged. With 152 illustrations by MarioN SATTERLEE. 12mo, $1.75, net. How to Know the Ferns. A Guide to the Names, Haunts and Habits of our Common

Ferns. By FRANCES T. PARSONS, author of How to Know the Wild Flowers. With
144 illustrations by MARION SATTERLEE and ALICE J. SMITH. Crown 8vo, $1.50 net.

Scribner Series of School Reading.

In Uniform Binding. Each 12mo, 60 cents net.
Fanciful Tales. By FRANK R. STOCKTON. Edited with Notes for use in Schools by

JULIA ELIZABETH LANGWORTHY, with an Introduction by Mary E. Burt. 135
pages.

Illustrated.
Children's Stories in American Literature. By HENRIETTA CHRISTIAN WRIGHT.

First Book, 1660-1860, 249 pages; Second Book, 1860-1896, 277 pages.
The Hoosier School Boy. By EDWARD EGGLESTON. Edition specially arranged by the

Author for use as a Reader in Schools, 126 pages. Illustrated.
The Eugene Field Book. Verses, Stories, and Letters for School Reading. Edited by

Mary E. Burt and Mary B. CABLE. Introduction by GEORGE W. CABLE. 134

pages. Illustrated. Odysseus, the Hero of Ithaca. By Mary E. BURT. A Translation of the Story of Odysseus as used in the Schools of Athens and Berlin.

Illustrated. Poems of American Patriotism. Chosen by BRANDER MATAEWs. 285 pages. Twelve Naval Captains. By MOLLY ELLIOT SEAWELL.

Illustrated. The Cable Story Book. Selections for School Reading. Edited by Mary E. Burt and b. Lucy L. CABLE. Illustrated. 2mo, 60 cents, net. A

120 pages.

233 pages.

* CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 153-157 Fifth Avenue, New York. **]

Western Office, 334 Dearborn Street, Chicago.

The Crowell Cabinet

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CONSTITUTES A COMPLETE PHYSICAL LABORATORY

(At less than one-fifth the usual cost). No additional pieces are necessary for a full high school course. It has given absolute and universal satisfaction. It is endorsed by the school authorities of twenty-three States. The universal verdict is: “IT IS THE BEST THING on the market.”

It is equipped with appliances for water pressure,

electricity, gas and compressed air. Every piece is numbered and has a special place in

one of the drawers. The manual accompanying the outfit gives mi

nute instructions for more than five hundred distinct experiments.

Write for large illustrated catalogue and book of

testimonials.

Main Office and Factory:
Ft. Wayne Avenue and St. Joe Street,

Indianapolis, Ind.
Eastern Office: Hamilton, N. Y.

MONTROSE BICYCLE SENT FREE

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on approval to your address WITHOUT A CENT IN ADVANCE.
SEND US YOUR ORDER, state whether you wish lady's or man's
wheel; give color, height of frame and gear wanted and WE WILL SHIP

TIIE WHEEL C. 0. D. on approval, allowing you to uncrate and ex-
amine it fully before you accept it. If it is not all and more than we
claim for it, and a better wheel than you can get for any where near the
price from any one else, refuse it and we will pay all express charges

. " Bicycle
is the greatest bargain in a bicycle ever offered. We guarantee it equal
to any 840 wheel on the market, and you need not accept it nor pay a cent
if you do not find it as we represent. We are EXCLUSIVE BIOYOLE
MANUFACTURERS and take this method of quickly introducing
our 1900 MODELS. This offer of a sample wheel at this low price is
made to secure a RIDER AGENT in each town to represent us
and take orders. Our agents make money fast.
SPECIFICATIONS.

Frame, 22, 24 or 26 inch; ladies, 22 inch. Best

Shelby seamless tubing with forged conneo-
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handle bar; Royal Arch crown; the celebrated Mavis hubs and hanger
the easiest running known; Record "A" tires, the best and one of the
most expensive tires on the market, The genuine 4 Mesinger Hygienic
saddle; pedals, tools and accessories the best obtainable. Enameled in
black, maroon or coach green, highly finished and ornamented; special
finished nickeling on all bright parts. We thoroughly test every piece
of material that goes into this inachine. Our binding year's suar
antee bond with each bicycle.
FREE

to any one sending the $16.50 cash in full with order we will

send free a genuine Burdick 10,000 mile barrel pattern cyclo-
meter; or a high grade floor pump. Your money all back if you are not
perfectly satisfied.
CHEAP WHEELS. We do not manufacture the cheap depart

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concerns and big supply houses advertise and sell as high grade. We can furnish them,
however, at 85 to 87 stripped; or 89.75 to $12.50 complete. We do not guarantee nor

recom-
mend them. BEFORE ORDERING a bicycle of any one ese, no matter who or how
cheap, write us and let us tell you how much we can save you on the same machine.

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tributing catalogues for us a few days. We need one person In each town for this purpose. We have several hundred SECOND HAND WHEELS taken in trade which we will close out at $8 to 810 each; also some shopworn samples and '99 models very cheap. Send for Bargain List. OUR RELIABILITY is unquestioned. We refer to any bank or business house in Chicago, or any express or railroad company. We will send you letters of reference direct from the largest banks in Chicago if you wish it. SEND YOUR ORDER todaxnd This low price and these special terms of shipment without deposit wiü

be withdrawn name .

J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, Chicago, III.

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