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266 THE CRISIS ADVERTISER [[box]] EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (continued from page 214) [[/box]] [[box]] WALDEN COLLEGE Nashville, Tenn. A classical and industrial college of the first rank. OUR AIM Christian character, loyal citizenship, and education for service. LITERARY COURSES College, normal, preparatory, musical, domestic science and art. Full commercial and business courses. A good library and reading room, a strong faculty, a beautiful campus, good board, expenses low, clean athletics. Graduates from the normal course receive State certificates without examination. School Opens September 27th Electric lights and furnace heat in all the buildings. The new Science Hall for recitation purposes has sixteen rooms, steam heat, electric lights and all modern conveniences. Come to Walden this fall and bring one student with you. For information write the President, E.A. WHITE [[/box]] [[box]] MORGAN COLLEGE AND BRANCHES John O. Spencer, President. MORGAN COLLEGE, Baltimore, Md. LOCATION: Central, in great college town between North and South. COURSES: Preparatory, normal, music, advanced education, collegiate,—appropriate degrees. INSTRUCTORS: College and university trained. Seven colleges and universities represented in faculty. DORMITORIES: For a very limited number, furnished. TERMS: Very reasonable. DEAN: William Pickens, Lit.D. PRINCESS ANNE ACADEMY, Princess Anne, Md. (The Eastern Branch of the Maryland State College of Agriculture.) LOCATION: The famous Eastern Shore of Maryland, Somerset County. COURSES: Preparatory, normal industrial, domestic science, music. INSTRUCTORS: College and technically trained. DORMITORIES: Carefully supervised, furnished. TERMS: Free tuition; other expenses moderate. PRINCIPAL: Rev. Thomas H. Kiah, A.M. SUMMER SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS: June 25th to August 3rd. VIRGINIA COLLEGIATE AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTION, Lynchburg, Va. LOCATION: On beautiful hill, suburbs of growing city. COURSES: Preparatory, normal, domestic science, gardening, music. INSTRUCTORS: College trained; carefully selected. DORMITORIES: Furnished; steam heat; accommodations for fifty girls; carefully supervised. TERMS: Within the reach of all. PRINCIPAL: Lee M. McCoy, A.M. ALL SCHOOLS OPEN SEPTEMBER 25, 1917. [[/box]] GEORGIA STATE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE Opens October 1 This institution gives Agricultural, Industrial, Normal and Collegiate Courses; the industries consist of Masonry, Wheelwrighting, Painting, Shoemaking, Blacksmithing, Tailoring, Carpentry, Laundering, Domestic Science, Sewing, Dairying, and Poultry raising; the Normal and Collegiate courses embrace the usual literary subjects. We give a full Commercial Course consisting of Stenography, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Business English, etc. Students graduating from the Commercial Course will receive certificates. It is our purpose to add music this year. Total cost will be $8.50. $7 for board and laundry, $1 for athletic fee, and $.50 for medicine. For catalog or other information address R. R. Wright, President, Industrial College, Ga. [[/box]] [[box]] LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE A Religious Co-Educational School with a Tradition Open to All Negroes: Only Merit Counts Students come from Twenty-nine States in the Union, from Canada, Africa, the West India islands and Central America. The graduates make good. Salisbury North Carolina, and Ideal Place for Study with a Mild, Equable Climate, Pure Water, Breezes from Pine and other Forests a Constant Tonic—the Greatest Degree of Healthfulness. New Girls' Dormitory with all Modern Conveniences Accommodating 210 just Completed and Ready Courses of Study: Grammar School, Academy, Normal, College, Divinity, Music and Industries for Boys and Girls. Expenses Moderate Thirty-sixth Session Opens Wednesday, October 3, 1917. For Further Information Address D. C. Suggs, President or J. E. Aggrey, Registrar. [[/box]] [[line]] STENOGRAPHERS WANTED All Races Prepare in the best school of its kind in the State Subjects Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, English, Penmanship, Civil Service Training, and SPANISH. COMMERCIAL CLASS Lenox Community Center—at PUBLIC SCHOOL 89 Lenox Avenue and 135th St., New York, City. Open All Year—Four Evenings Weekly. Fitz W. Mottley, President. [[line]] THE STENOGRAPHERS' INSTITUTE Fall term opens October 1, 1917. Shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, business correspondence, business law, multigraphing, mimeographing, arithmetic, grammar, spelling, reading and writing. Apt students operate typewriters blindfolded accurately in two months and are able to pass Civil Service Examinations with ease in eight months. EDWARD T. DUNCAN, President, 1227 S. 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa. [[line]] 100 CALLING CARDS 50 CENTS Calling and Business cards are good sellers at all seasons of the year. Liberal commissions. Write for samples and agent's forms. The House of Chowning, Indianapolis, Ind. [[line]] [[box]] ROLAND W. HAYES, Tenor Recitals Concerts Oratoria Opera "An unusually good voice. The natural quality is beautiful. It is a luscious yet manly voice. Mr. Hayes sings freely and with good taste."—Philip Hale, in the Boston Herald. "A voice of unusual sweetness and calibre." —Chattanooga Times. Address: 3 WARWICK ST., BOSTON, MASS. [[/box]] Mention THE CRISIS THE CRISIS ADVERTISER 257 [[Image: front of a two-story store-front building, with U.S. flag flying above, with a large sign across the front "SOUTHERN AID SOCIETY OF VA. INC.;" with street number 527 above doors; and lettering on main window: HOME OFFICE SOUTHERN AID SOCIETY OF VIRGINIA INSURES AGAINST SICKNESS, ACCIDENTS & DEATH]] A Christian Duty Compels you to provide for your family and dependents. Then why not provide for a perpetual income during sickness and accidental injuries? Will you consider your duty properly discharged if you make provision only down to death, and leave the widow and those dear little orphans penniless after your death? It is the privilege of every man and a duty every man owes himself and family to carry sufficient insurance to provide the necessities of life during illness, and to pay off the expenses and the mortgage on the home after death. Why would a man provide well for his wife and children during his life and leave them burgers after his death? A good Insurance Company is next to the Church; a SOUTHERN AID SOCIETY policy is better than a bank account; you draw from the bank your deposit plus interest; you draw from SOUTHERN AID SOCIETY, not what you put in, but as long as you are sick and an undiminished death claim paid to the family after death. Some have put in $50.00 and drawn $500.00. Why not act today? Tomorrow you may not be able to pass the examination for a good policy in a reliable Insurance Company. Southern Aid Society of Virginia, Inc. HOME OFFICE: 527 N. 2nd St., Richmond, Va. District offices and agencies in all the principal; cities of the State. INSURES AGAINST SICKNESS, ACCIDENT AND DEATH. A. D. PRICE, President. THOS. M. CRUMP, Secretary. B. L. JORDAN, Asst. Secretary. [[/box]] Mention THE CRISIS
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