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Indianapolis College of Law,

28 to 40 North Pennsylvania St., opposite P. O.

FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 25. Two years' course leading to degree of Bachelor of Laws. Post-graduate course of one year leading to degree of Master of Laws.

Elective courses in Practice for attorneys and law students of advanced standing.

SPECIAL ADVANTAGES IN SCHOOL OF PRACTICE. Increased faculty and facilities. Highest endorsement of students and graduates of past years.

STRONG FACULTY OF PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS. Students graduate when full number of credits are attained.

MODERATE RATE OF TUITION. LIVING EXPENSES LOW.

Write for catalogue and full particulars.

INDIANAPOLIS COLLEGE OF LAW. Office. 77-80 When Building.

E. J. HEEB, Sec'y-Treas.

Illustrating TEACHERS

STUDY LAW

Taught by Correspondence,

Always in Demand.

IMPROVE THIS OPPORTUNITY AND REALIZE YOUR HIGHEST AMBITION.

It is pleasant and profitable. Successfully taught

by our Correspondence Method.

THE SUCCESS OF OUR STUDENTS proves that this school is unequaled and that its methods can not be matched.

Individual instruction. Students' work corrected and criticised, with directions and helpful suggestions, the same as in Studio, at our resident school. Write for Illustrated Booklet and particulars.

NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ILLUSTRATING, When Building,

INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

The methodiral habits of a capable teacher give him spare hours. Idleness wilts mind and spirit. A change in studies rests and reanimates the mental powers, and reinforces ambition with new and still higher as. pirations.

By utilizing these spare hours teachers and others can take up a regular course in law, gain a year or inore of time and save money. It is the eminently wise thing to do. The

NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF LAW offers a full course, preparing for bar examinations in this and other states, and leading to degree.

Post-graduate and elective studies for practicing lawyers and others who may wish either to review or take advance courses.

The course is superior and has the highest indorsements froin bench and bar.

The studies and the instruction are the same as in the resident school, the Indianapolis College of Lar.

Write iminediately for catalogue and full particulars. Address National Correspondence School of Law,

WHEN BUILDING, INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

Indiana State Teachers' Association.

At the meeting of the Indiana State Teachers' Association held last December, the following resolution was unanimously adopted :

Resolved, That we indorse the action of the Reading
Circle Board in putting “ The Young People's History of
Indiana” on the list of books for the Young People's
Reading Circle.

The “ YOUNG PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF INDIANA,” which is highly commended by newspapers and educators, can never be obtained at so low a price as NOW, through the Reading Circle. Send orders early to

GEORGE F. BASS,
Manager Indiana Young People's Reading Circle,
131 Commercial Club Building,

INDIANAPOLIS.

BIG FOUR ROUTE.

SEASHORE EXCURSION

$15.00

To Atlantic City, Cape May and Other Coast Points.

Tickets good returning for twelve days. For full informa-
tion call on nearest Big Four Agent, or address .

H. M. BRONSON, A. G. P. A.,

Indianapolis.

Tri-State Normal
College, Angola, Ind.

WILL OPEN

ITS

SEVENTEENTH

YEAR

SEPT. 4, 1900.

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'HE year will consist of five ten-week terms. $28 will pay board, furnished

room and tuition for ten weeks. $100 will pay the same for forty weeks.

The School is especially strong, both as a Normal School and as a College. All work done here is recognized by the best colleges in the country. This is a great advantage over taking work in a school wholly normal. We guarantee to save both time and money for all who would do College work.

Our higher course is especially rich in the classics. If you want a term or a year of schooling, I'd say come here; we will place you under as able teachers as can be found.

Chas. D. Nason, Ph. D., and W. O. Baily, M. S., have charge of professional training of teachers. Dr. Nason received his degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He is up on all that is known on psychology applied to education. He is a kind man, not so self conceited as many.

Prof. Baily is especially able in applying his wide experience as a public school man. Those who have been in his training class, say his work is most decidedly practical.

Angola is forty miles north of Fort Wayne, the cleanest, prettiest town in Indiana.

Ask for catalogue. Why not start in for forty weeks for $100? We will give you $1,000 worth of education.

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Who have a contract for supplying text-books to the Public
Schools of the State, to better accommodate the patrons of
the schools, have given their consent that all their books may
be handled and sold by merchants and dealers. Township
Trustees and other school officers should make an earnest ef-
fort to get dealers to sell the adopted books. This plan bet-
ter accommodates patrons and school children; besides, it
saves time and labor to the Trustee, and relieves him of all
the care of the books, as well as saving him from making
quarterly reports of his book sales.

THE INDIANA SCHOOL BOOK CO.

WE FURNISH

KINDERGARTEN MATERIALS,

Primary School Aids and General School Supplies.
MILTON-BRADLEY CO., THOMAS CHARLES CO.

Northwestern Agents,
195-197 Wabash Avenue, Chicago.

Send to us for complete catalogues.

We are now working on
Fall Vacancies.
Place your registration
EARLY. *X

THE
CLARK TEACHERS'AGENCY

B.F. CLARK 378-388 Wabash Ave.

CHICAGO

*** Send for
“OUR PLATFORM"
XXX for 1900. ***

1820

1900

Indiana University

BLOOMINGTON

Sixty-three members of the Faculty. Two hundred and eighty graduate and undergraduate courses. One thousand and fifty students; every county in Indiana represented. Eighteen departments as follows:

1. Department of Greek, two teachers and eleven courses.
II. Department of Latin, three teachers and twenty courses.
III. Department of Romance Languages, four teachers and fourteen courses.
IV. Department of Germanic Languages, five teachers and fourteen courses.

V. Department of English, seven teachers and twenty-four courses,
VI. Department of History and Political Science, four teachers and twenty-

nine courses.
VII. Department of Economics and Social Science, two teachers and sixteen

courses.
VIII. Department of Philosophy, four teachers and eight courses.
IX. Department of Pedagogy, four teachers and seven courses.

X. Department of Mathematics, six teachers and twenty-four courses.
XI. Department of Mechanics and Astronomy, one teacher and nine courses.
XII. Department of Physics, four teachers and fourteen courses.
XIII. Department of Chemistry, five teachers and twenty-four courses.
XIV. Department of Geology and Geography, two teachers and fifteen courses.
XV. Department of Zoology, three teachers and eight courses.
XVI. Department of Botany, two teachers and nine courses.
XVII. Department of Fine Arts, one teacher and four courses.
XVIII. Department of Law, three teachers and twenty-three courses.

Special Courses for Teachers the Spring Term

Graduates of commissioned High Schools of Indiana are admitted without examination, except in conditioned English, to the Freshman Class of the University.

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