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160 THE CRISIS ADVERTISER

Agricultural and Mechanical College
State summer school for colored teacher. Fourteenth annual session began June 23, 1913, and continues fives weeks. Board, lodging and fees for the session, $14.00. Limited accommodations. Send $1.00 in advance to reserve room. For catalog or further information address:
STATE SUMMER SCHOOL
Agricultural and 
Mechanical College, 
GREENSBORO, N.C.

"In the Heart of the Healthy Hills"
The Agricultural Mechanical College
NORMAL, ALABAMA
Makes a special effort to meet the needs of young people who must work out their own salvation. It gives breadwinners a chance to go to school and so puts a first-class English education and a trade within the reach of every young person of push and purpose. 
Board, lodging and washing cost $9 per month. An entrance fee of $10 covers medicine, hospital care and doctor's bill for the year. 
School opens the first Monday in October and closes the last Thursday in May. 
WALTER S. BUCHANAN, President 

Morehouse College
(Formerly Atlanta Baptist College)
ATLANTA, GA.
College, Academy, Divinity School
An institution famous within recent years for its emphasis on all sides of manly development-the only institution in the far South devoted solely to education of Negro young men. 
Graduates given high ranking by greatest Northern universities. Debating Y.M.C.A., athletics, all live features. 
For information address
John Hope, President.

Fisk University
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Founded 1866      H.H. Wright, Dean
Thorough Literary, Scientific, Educational and Social Science Courses. Pioneer in Negro music. Special study in Negro history. 
Ideal and sanitary buildings and grounds. Well-equipped Science building.
Christian home life.
High standards of independent manhood and womanhood.

Atlanta University
Is beautifully located in the City of Atlanta, Ga. The courses of study include High School, Normal School and College, with manual training and domestic science. Among the teachers are graduates of Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, Smith and Wellesley. Forty-two years of successful work have been completed. Students come from all parts of the South. Graduates are almost universally successful. 
For further information address
President EDWARD T. WARE
Atlanta, GA.
 

Knoxville College
Beautiful Situation. Healthful Location. The Best Moral and Spiritual Environment. A Splendid Intellectual Atmosphere. Noted for Honest and Thorough Work. 
Offers full courses in the following departments: College, Normal, High School, Grammar School and Industrial. 
Good water, steam heat, electric lights, good drainage. Expenses very reasonable.
Opportunity for Self-help.
Fall Term Begins September, 1913.
For information address
President R.W. McGRANAHAN
KNOXVILLE, TENN.

VIRGINIA UNION UNIVERSITY
RICHMOND, VA.
A College Department, of high standards and modern curriculum.
A Theological Department, with all subjects generally required in the best theological seminaries.
An Academy, with manual training, giving a preparation for life or for college. 
The positive moral and religious aim of the school, its high standards of entrance and of class work, its fine new buildings and well-equipped laboratories and library prepare a faithful student for a life of wide usefulness.
GEORGE RICE HOVEY, President.
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Virginia Theological Seminary and College, Lynchburg, Val.
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Standard Bachelor of Arts Course (B.A.). Scientific Course leading to the degree Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY-With full theological course leading to degree of Bachelor of Divinity (B.D.) including Greek, Hebrew, SOciology and Social Psychology.
ACADEMIC COURSE-Which prepares for college, teaching and professional schools.
NORMAL DEPARTMENT-Offering special training to teachers. During extensive work in Pedagogy and Education. Co-educational.
Three hundred and five students last year, representing fifteen States, South and West Coast Africa, South America and British West Indies. Strong, efficient, experienced faculty.
ROBERT C. WOODS, President. 

The Downingtown Industrial and Agricultural School
Will begin its ninth session September 16, 1913
Higher English, Trades, Agriculture, Domestic Science, Dressmaking, Millinery, Typewriting, Stenography, Music etc.
Address all communications to Wm. A. Creditt, President, 628 S. 19th Street, Philadelphia, Pa., or B.C. Burnett, Secretary, Downingtown, Pa. 

School of Medicine of Howard University
INCLUDING MEDICAL, DENTAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL COLLEGES 
1867-1913
Edward A. Balloch, M.D., Dean WIlliam C. McNeill, M.D., Secretary
The forty-sixth annual session will begin October 1, 1913, and continue eight months.
The medical college of Howard University is now recognized by the British authorities and its graduates are admitted to the final examinations on the same conditions as the graduates from other recognized medical colleges. 
Advanced requirements for admission to the medical college. 
Four years' graded course in medicine, Three years' graded course in dental surgery.
Three years' graded course in pharmacy. 
Full corps of instructors, well-equipped laboratories, unexcelled hospital facilities. For further information or catalog, write
W.C. McNEILL, M.D., Secretary Fifth and W Sts., N.W., Washington,D.C.

Inter-State Industrial College
We Train the Head, Heart and Hand
One hundred and fifteen acres of land situated in healthy climate. Capable faculty; efficient work in industrial and literary training. Dormitories for boys and girls. Assistance for deserving poor. Interdenominational contributions solicited.
RUFUS S. STOUT, Presidemt
Texarkana - - - - - - - Texas

THE TEXARKANA GRUB-AX
A paper for the masses as well as for the classes. Primarily it is a home paper, as it appeals to every member of the family. Subscription price, $1 the year.
Rev. J. H. CLAYBORN Editor and Manager
119 E. 9th Street Texarkana, Ark.

Phones: Residence, 515; Office, 642; Hospital 403.
DR. J. R. SHEPPARD
Physician and Surgeon
Chief surgeon and superintendent of Sheppard Sanitarium and Nurse Training School.
Marshall - - - - - - - - - - - - Texas

Phones: Residence, 159; Office, 462.
DR. P. L. HARROLD
Physician and Surgeon
Practicing Physicial of Wiley University and King Home.
Marshall - - - - - - - - - - - - Texas

DR. O. LOYATUS BLEDSOE
Medicine and Surgery
Office, McPhail Bldg., 111 1/2 W. Housten Avenue Residence, 727 W. Grand Avenue Marshail Tex.

Long distance 'phone 2008.
FRED. T. JONES, M.D.
Founder and House Surgeon of Mercy Sanitarium 
Office, 852 Texas Avenue - - - - Shrevport, La.

'Phone 854.
CENTRAL PHARMACY DRUG STORE
Recently installed mew and modern equipents. The most up-to-date colored drug store in East Texas. Orders by mail or 'phone receive prompt attention. Wheel delivery.
213 State Street - - - - - - - Texarkana Tex.

THE O.K. SHINING PARLOR
For ladies and Gentlemen
Excellent service. The most up-to-date parlor in the city. Also clothes cleaned and pressed. All work guaranteed. 
314 1/2 W. Broad Street - - - - - - Texarkana Tex.

R. L. D. EASLEY handles life, health, and accident insurance for old, reliable companies of New York and Chicago. Write or call 1225 Phenia Ave., Texarkana Tex.

For auto service or physician call
DR. J. W. LONG
Office, 218 W. Broad Street; New 'Phone 976
Residence, 1508 North Street; New 'Phone 955
Texarkana - - - - - - - - - - - Texas

'Phones:
Residence, New 831; Old 964,
Office, New 854; Old 973
DR. G. U. JAMISON
Physician and Surgeon
213 State Street - - - - - - - Texarkana Tex.

'Phones 973 and 1472.
DR. HARVEY SPARKS
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Central Pharmacy - - - Texarkana Tex.

'Phones: Residence, 86; Office, 69.
DR. T. E. SPEED
Physician and Surgeon
National Grand Master U. B. F. & S. M. T.; Grand Medical Director K. of P. lodges of jurisdiction of Texas; Dean Nurse Training Department, Bishop College.
Jefferson - - - - - - - - - - - - Texas

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