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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.
MISS ELLA M. SMALL.
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.
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