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June 1,1904.



The Salem Commercial School, Salem, Mass.,
requires the services of a thoroughly capable
man to manage its Commercial Department.
Address, giving full information and refer-
ences, Geo. P. Lord, Prin., Salem, Mass.



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TEACHERS WANTED!

We have twelve colleges established and expect
to open more,
ugers, solicitoi
the Graham s>

DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS

COLLEGE CO.,
NASHVILLE, - - - TEHN.



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School and

Professional



The Northwestern Business College. Chi-
cago, 111.. 1. I''. Fish, Principal, reports :i
prosperous condition of their school. Nearly
one hundred new desks have recently been
added to the Business and English depart-
nietits, I, ringing the seating capacity to

aearl] I hundred. This is the natural

result of conscientious endeavor. Brother
li-h hns a hosl of friends throughout the
profession, due to the enthusiasm which
has always characterized his relations to
penmen and business educators.

William B. Curtis has been retained as
Principal of the Commercial Department of
the Dunkirk High School for the year 1901-5
at a very material advance in salary. This
is the thi til increase in salary that the Board
of Education has given Mr. Curtis during
the three years that he has been connected
with their Commercial department, and
tin- fad certainly speaks well of the success
of his w.nk as a commercial teacher.

On April '-'. 1904, the second annual prize
contest of Yocum's Practical Business

S C 1 1 was held at the Massillon, Ohio,

Business College. There were a great many
contestants and there were a large number
of valuable prizes given to the successful.
Contests were given in shorthand, type-
writing, spelling, penmanship, and rapid
calculation.

The Mansfield Business College and Ohio
Business College, of Mansfield, Ohio, have
been consolidated. The new institution will
be known as the Mansfield-Ohio Consoli-
dated I ollege, under the management of
Mr. P. \V. Frederick, of Mansfield, and Mr.
II '.. ■locum, of Massillon.

This consolidation business seems to be
the order of the day. Bliss Business Uni-
versity and the Anderson Business School,
of Anderson, linl., have been merged into
one institution under the management of
the Indiana Business College Company.
Mr. \V. H. Carrier remains at the head of
the institution.

Mr. D. W. Hoff, Supervisor of Writing and
Drawing in the Lawrence, Mass., Public
SchoolB, in April gave a talk to the teachers
of A tlili.ro. M;i-s.. and in May addressed
the teachers of Pawtucket, R. I.

Mi (J. P. Selvidge, of The Gainesville,
Texas, Business College, has established a
ii, w -. hool ut Ardmore, Ind. Ty.. which he
reports has opened with very fine prospects.
We learn that the school is elegantly
equipped and in a splendid territory to
Inn Id up a large and flourishing institution.

Mr. C. A. Wessel, the well-known commer-
cial teacher, who lias for many years been
connected with the Ferris Institute, Big
Rapids, Mich., has purchased a half interest
in the Lansing Business University, Lans-
ing. Mich., and will move there in August.
Mr. Wrssel N an exceptional man, both as
, oncerns character and qualifications, and
we predict for the institution unbounded

The Massachusetts College of Commerce
has recently been organized and incorpor-
ated. The officers are: II. W. Pelton, Presi-
dent: George P. Lord, Vice-President; C. C.
Dexter, Secretary-Treasurer. Messrs. Pel-
ton and Dexter have been associated as
proprietors oi the Lynn Business College,
Lynn, for the lasl ten years, and Mr. Lord
ha- been the proprietor of the Salem Corn-
School for about the same length
of time.

It i- their plan to develop a thoroughly
first-class business school in Huston, and
they have interested sufficient capital to
enable them to hire thoroughly first-class

Thev have secured a lease of one floor of
One of the most beautiful buildings in the
nh ..I Boston in Huntington Chambers,
opp, isite < .opley Square.

Thej shall i ontinue to conduct the Lynn
and Salem schools as in the past. Mr.
Pelton will In- resident manager of the
Massachusetts College of Commerce. Mr.
Dexter will have charge of the Lynn Busi-



iii. - School, and Mr. Lord will remain in
his present position a - manager of the Salem
Commercial School.

This is the day of big things and quick
work, and we doubt not that these capable
and enterprising gentlemen will soon have
established in Boston one of the largest and
finest business colleges in this country.

Mr. J. A. Prowinsky, Dixon, 111., has ac-
cepted a position with the Williams Busi-
ness College, of Oshkosh, Wis., as instructor
of penmanship and commercial branches.



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Catalogs



and Circulars



For September.



We have on hand for the September num-
ber, a beautiful full page engraving of a
handsome piece of engrossing from Mr. P.
W. Costello, Scranton, Pa., with accom-
panying instructions to do that line of
work.



FOR SALE



Good reas

DOMINION. C



less School in New-
State. Good loca-
tion. Will be sold cheap,
for selling. Address,

: Business Educator,
bus. Ohio.



The Waterloo (la.) Business College, A. F.
Harvey, President, is issuing a 4K page cata-
log advertising that institution. The read-
ing matter and illustrations are of such
character as to create the impression that
the school is an up-to-date, practical insti-
tution ; and such it is.

The Auto Pen & Ink Mfg. Co., Chicago,
111., are sending out an excellent line of
folders advertising their specialties. This
firm is by all odds the most extensive of its
kind, due to three causes; first, to the right
kind of goods; second, to hustle; and third,
to straight forward dealing.

The Northwestern Business College, Chi-
cago, 111 , issues a very neat, well written,
and illustrated 20 page, envelope size, circu-
lar.



AUTO PEN &, INK MFG. CO.

40 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO, ILL.

WE MANUFACTURE

FAUST'S AUTOMATIC SHADING PEBS AMD INKS, they are the best that skill and exper-
ience can produce, and are used by thousands of artists and students all over the world.
Many schools are using our special outfits in their classes with the best of results.



SPECIAL $5.00 OUTFIT

supplies are especially selected with the view of placing :
variety of valuable and usable material at a minimum cot



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One bottle Gold Ink -
One bottle Adhesive Ink, 1 oz.
One bottle White Ink, 1 oz.
One Screw-head File -
One Pencil Compass -
One Stick Lecturer's Crayon
Fifty sheets Cross ruled Practice Paper,
doaole guide lines -

s charges prepaid, for 85.00.



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All those who desire to buy only single articles, and would, therefore, not be interested In the
outfits, will find the following list of interest:

Metallies. Bronzes. Flocks, 10 different



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Lecturer's Crayon, nnv color, per stick



1 package, 12c,



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Ashbv Combination Hard Rubber Oblique

Holder, Professional, tinest made
Ki.i'kii Holder, best business holder
Writing Pens. "Fine Writer, F." for tine

penmanship, gins.
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If you do not see on this list the artie'e you want, write to us at once. We can g.
anything that is in the market and will serve you promptly and faithfully.

We make a specialty of executing orders in all lines of pen v -
sing diploma work, etc , and shall be pleased lo furnish estimates.

We want to hear from von with orders Remember when yc
what the goods w 11 cost you. Wi pav the ,xpr - - c>-arq»-: n»m competitor- o . n i

Do not order on a postal card. No accounts opened lor small amounts or
unknown to us. Stamps taken. Prices for large quantities sent upon applicat
SEE OUR ANNOUNCEMENT IN THIS NUMBER



card writing, c
nber when you buy of us you kne



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ENVELOPE SUPERSCRIPTION BY FRANCIS B. COURTNEY, LA CROSSE, WIS., WHOSE PENMANSHIP IS FAMOUS FOR DASH AND DAINTINES



King's Business College. Raleigh, N. C is
issuing a splendidly illustrated, well print*
ed, 8 page circular "in the interest of their
institution.

Jacobs Business College, Dayton, Ohio, is
issuing a 'K) page catalog, coyered in green
with embossed title in gold, printed on fin-
est coated paper. The illustrations are very
telling and not too numerous. From it we
get the impression that the institution is
well furnished, practically equipped, and
the course of instruction thorough and
practical.

The Forty-seventh Annual Prospectus of
the Packard Commercial School, of New
York City, is before us, and a model booklet
it is; model in size, in shape, in quality, in
text, and in illustrations. Rich, reddish
brown top and side headings instead of red
would, we believe, have been more in har-
mony with the brown colored cover.

Diplomas and Certificates, Kinsley Studio,
New York, is the title of a profusely illus-
trated, twenty-page, cream colored circular,
advertising diplomas, engrossing, and sta-
tionery as put out by this modern, progress-
ive, reliable firm. Any one interestsd in
these lines would do well to secure a copy
of this catalog.

Circulars, journals, folders, blotters, etc.,
etc., were received from the following:
Trainer & Calvert's School. Perth Amboy,
N. J. ; Dubois, Pa., College of Business ; Par-
sons, Kas., Business College; Call's College,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Beald's Business College,
San Francisco, Calif.; Nebraska Business
and Shorthand College, Omaha, Xeb. ; Cen
tral Business College, Denver, Col. ; Holmes
Business College, Portland, Ore.; Caxton
Engraving Company, Cleveland, Ohio;
McAllen's Business College, Knoxville,
Tenn.; Selvidge Business College, Ardmore,
Ind. Ty.; Miller School of Business, New
York; Hammond Publishing Company,
Lansing, Michigan ; Great Western Normal
and Business College, Webb City, Mo.;
Rasmussen Practical Business School,
Stillwater, Minn.; McGill University, Mont-
real; Brown's Business I'niveraity, Adrian,
Mich.; McPlierscn College. McPherson,
Kas. ; Mosher Shorthand, ( imaha, Neb.

A 32 page Prospectus of the 100 page hand-
book, which is being issued by the National
Commercial Teachers' Agency of Beverly,
Mass., E. E. Gaylord, Manager, is before us,
and it is a most complete, convincing,
artistic, straightforward presentation of
the methods and aims of the Agency. If
quality is the criterion, then this handbook
bespeaks high-grade service. Commercial
school proprietors and teachers would do
well to secure a copy of it without delay, as
it contains, besides information relative to
the Agency, beautiful vignetted portraits
and facsimile signatures of about one hun-
dred of the foremost commercial school
men, teachers, and penmen in America.



WANTED

Two young men, one first-class in com-
mercial branches and the other first-class
in Eclectic Shorthand, to take an interest
and teach in a splendid school in the East.
Only small cash investment required. Send
references and full particulars will be sent
at once. Address

M. S. S.,
Care Business Educator, Columbus, O.



PAPER,

Embossed Stationery

(Name of school, etc.), put up in handsome special boxes,
(24 sheets and 24 envelopes), in various grades and shades,
sold as low as 25 cents a box and upward.

Practice Paper

$1.30 a ream (960 sheets) ; $1.20 a ream in 5 ream
lots.

Artist Penman's Paper

$2 a ream (960 sheets) ; $1.90 a ream in 5 ream lots
and upward. Various qualities and shades. Unruled,
ruled and wide ruled.

Type-writer Papers

I'm up in boxes, 500 sheets to ream; 8xl0£, 34c a ream
and upward; 8x13, 43c a ream and upward. Send for
free sample of papers.

Sten >np her's Note Books

No. 1, for pencil, 2 cents each in 1000 lots : $2.50
a 100. No. 3, for pen, 3' 2 cents each in 1000 lots;
$4 a 100. Size, 160 pages, 4J.\9 in. Larger sizes in pro-
portion. B®"Send 6c each (for postage) on sample books.

Headquarters for School Papers.



"Che Kinsley Studio*



220 Broadway, NEW YORK.



THE

KINSLEY
COMMERCIAL
TEACHERS'
BUREAU

AND

SCHOOL
EXCHANGE.



Commercial, Shorthand, Drawing:, Telegraphy

Penmanship and Langfuag-e Teachers

exclusively.

Twenty years' experience as teacher, proprietor, business
man, editor, wide travels and personal acquaintance have
made our manager familiar with needs of schools and teachers
in all sections of our country.

No charge lo proprietors for teachers furnished, and the
lowest charge to teachers of any agency. Personal attention
given to each applicant.

We can place a large number of teachers
this- season at salaries as high as $1200,
$1500, $2000. Write for registration
blanks and circulars.

We also negotiate the Bale of school' property. If you
have a school or a part interest for sale, or wish to buy or to
form a partnership, write us for information about our methods.



WM. ). KINSLEY, Manager,



220 Broadway,



NEW YORK.



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The best shorthand text-book teaches a system which
is equal to everv demand made upon it. Barnes writers do
the most difficult work -Court, Convention, Medical, Phar-
maceutical Association, Legislative and Sermon reporting

OF GREAT IMPORTANCE



The pupil must become a stenographer without loss
oi //is or his teacher's time. "Arranged along pedago-
gical lines," is what teachers appreciate most in Barnes'
Shorthand by the Sentence Method. Some teachers can
get fairly quick results from any book by re arranging
the work so as to make it progressive, eliminating the
non-essential, and introducing interesting expedi




-tart. [Recommended by practical reporte
practical book.

" How to Become Expert in Typewriting"



I ii $1.00, and 50c editions. More than a treatise on
Touch Tvpewriting, but excels in that because:

1. Hie studenl begins by writing without looking.
"Occasional glances" are unnecessary.

2. Very lir - t word carefully chosen. "All" has only
two different letters but three'strokes, is an easy combi-
nation, and employs both hands.

::. Cultivates an even touch by training the weaker
fingers first .

1. Scientific and invariable method of fingering.

5. Every day business words selected for repeated
pi i. ii. e

6. Results: Highest uniform speed and accuracy.

It has paid others to examine our books. Probably it
would pa v you. Sample pages free to teachers and school
proprietors. Special examination terms. Write us today.

The Arthur J. Barnes Publishing Co.

4-46 Century Bldg. St. Louis, Mo.



— For Sale —

ess College in Ohio, Seventh year.
this season with handsome profit.
lion \ 1, a large following of loval
students. ( >wner lias taught lifteen
nd desires to enter other business.
rice to a reputable man. Address,
Gregg School,

Business Educator, Columbus, ( l.



WANTFH Experienced shorthand and
" n " ' **" typewriter man to take
charge of department and
purchase half interest in school in southern
city of 60,000. Address, I. B. C.

Care Business Educator, Columbus. O.



MAIL INSTRVCTION

In Rusiness Writing. Artistic Writing, Card
Writing. Flourishing, and Engrossing. Courses
thorough and charges low.

Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Supplies : Ink. pens, paper, blank cards.

Circulars and information free.

F. W. TAMBLYN.
1114 Grand Ave., Kansas City. Mo.



All orders for cards less than loon sent postpaid
llnn.l fut cards— eerlOOu FerSOOO PerSuOl

3l'!v A No. 1 Wedding Bristol, $0 75 $2 10 (3.11

3-Ply Superfine ■• " 1 io 3 15 5 01

3-Vly Colored or Tinted " 85 2 40 3 7."

Free! Send for catalogue ol printed Bird A: Kinlilein cards

w. McBEE, 19 Snyder St., Allegheny, Pa.



Wanted: — Young men and women who
write good business hands to accept per
manent positions in our office, addressing
envelopes, etc. Address Draughon's Prac-
tical Business College Co., Nashville, Term.



jail Mare t;tq II 1903



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'i'oui spirit oT\,rdKo o.ooo:vilVai!o auoff«fcJTii7i.>iicss. slioa-i:

:jea au » :jo-tv iulctvsts. Mi nunV as M'Hud w luuc ii: tl.c ^ITiUlHur
ofoui compauiiafeitttaaKal iiflllU'r tut* a srariii pcrsoitof 'fruuTo "

cote uieiuoi-x) of our stay ii: this odulhrfai spot ;cil'l alii,
main exit o| 'I Liu uiUvsf pictures in our fives a\:e K«rcuficr for
us rfic latest Urucror on ffic fioinpl'cre kcaHoai-f of pl'o.is.

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cardboard. The signatures were made facsimile. The
original was probably 18x24 inches.



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AS A SPECIMEN OF PERFECT PENMANSHIP AND PERFECT PHOTOENGRAVING, THE ABOVE "GEMS IN LINE AND SHADE" BY C. C.
CANAN, BRADFORD, PA., IS BETTER THAN ANYTHING YE EDITOR HAS EVER SEEN.



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News Notes

and Notices.



\V. I). MclianieN
lauship and the co



linercial branches
ness College, has
engaged with Williams' Business College,
of Oshkosh, Wis., as teacher of penman-
ship.

Mr. F. R, Chapman, Fremont, Ohio, an
old graduate of the Gem City Business Col-
lege, has accepted a position with Cole-
man's National Business College, Newark,
N. J., to teach for them the coming year.

J. i >. Wise, the Chicago chalk entertainer,
is busy rilling engagements in the northern
part of United States and Canada. As a
humorist and comedy cartoonist, there is
no question but that Mr. Wise stands in a
class by himself.

In the Rockingham, Vt., school report, we
notice examples of students work in draw-
ing under the instruction of Miss Mary E.
Baker, Supervisor of writing and drawing.
Miss Baker is to be congratulated upon the
work she is securing. When it comes to
skillful writing, progressive methods of
teaching drawing, and a gracious manner,
Miss Baker easily stands in the front ranks.

Mr. H. G. Schuck, who has been located
with the Ft. Smith, Ark., Commercial Col-
lege has engaged for two years as principal
of the commercial and special penmanship
departments of the Great Western Normal
and Business College, of Webb City, Mo.
We congratulate the good people of Webb
City for having secured the services of one
so capable, courteous, enthusiastic and
skillful as is Mr. Schuck.

We learn that the Houston, Texas, Busi-
ness University, of which G. B. Frasher is

principal, is meeting with much success.



They already have an attendance of 58
students and have done no soliciting. Pro-
fessor Garrett Hall, President of the Gregg
Association of America, has just been se-
cured to take charge of the shorthand de-
partment.



J. F. Ba



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lhart. the well known pen
. Ohio, will have charge of the Este
brook Pen Company's exhibit at the World's
Fair. No better man could have been
selected for the place.

Mr. W, L. Prince, a graduate of the Busi-
ness and Shorthand Department of the
Gem City Business College, who has been
in charge of the Commercial Department
' -a Wesleyan University, Mt. Pleasant,
has accepted a position with the
Martin Business College, Martin, Tenn., as
principal of the Shorthand and Typewriting
Department.

Mr. Hv. C Walker, the well-known en-
grosser," of St. Louis, Mo., informs us that
he is prepared to accommodate a limited
number of visitors to the World's Fair in
his new home at 5585 Vernon Ave., which
has all modern conveniences, situated
within ten minutes walk of the main en-
trance, and convenient to all car lines to
the great Fair.



The Massachusetts College of Commerce,
a business training institution on broad
lines, controlled by H. W. Pelton and C. C.
Dexter of the Lynn Business College and
George P. Lord of the Sa'em Commercial
School, requires the services of a large fac-
ulty of experienced and capable instructors.
Application for positions should be ad-
dressed to H. W. Pelton, Lynn, Mass., or
George P. Lord, Salem, Mass.



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J. H. BACHTENKIRCHER,
Lafayette, Indiana.



Francis B. Courtney

Handwriting Specialist

ner of Forged



Expert Microscopic Ex
and Questioned Writing.



LACROSSE. WIS.,

Care F. J. Toland.



FOR SALE
Half iriterest in Business College in



E. H. BARROWS, Arkansas Ciiy. Ka



WANTED

For 1901-OS, Teacher of Penmanship, Rapid
Calculation, Mathematics, Spelling, En-
glish, Commercial Law and Bookkeeping:
or, will substitute Shorthand, Cross Ec-
lectic, for Bookkeeping.

TUSCOLA BVSINESS COLLEGE.

Tuscola. Ills.



SHORTHAND, %%£&£&£# J2M

on request.
FRANCIS J. STEIN, PUBLISHER
31st and Cumberland Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.

PENMANSHIP BY MAIL

All copies fresh from the pen.

Red ink criticisms. Complete instruc-
tions for every copy. No failures. Good
hand guaranteed or money back. Business
writing, $5.00: Ornamental, $7.00.

Send for free circulars.

HARMAN ® ELLSWORTH,
Strayer's Bus. College. BALTIMORE, MO.



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In this lesson we introduce two head or
tail pieces. The one, delicate, denoting
gracefulness and simplicity; the other
strength and solidity. Proceed with pencil
first, then ink carefully. Many pen lines
and strokes in this kind of work look to be
rapidly drawn. But do not be deceived,
they are slowly and carefully drawn. Pencil
the faces first. In the profile start at fore-
head, then nose, mouth, chin, then the hat,
hair, and finally the finishing strokes. An
endless variety of these can be made. Do
not copy too much, take suggestions from
these, draw an original for yourself. This
is tlie way to learn.

Do not be discouraged with the first few
attempts. Keep at it and I am sure the
result will be worth the time and trouble.

The Society design is shown as an exam-
ple for newspaper heading, and was drawn
double the size of the reproduction. Get a
good pencil copy first, then apply ink with
care. Make the letters first, and then add
the light outline around them. Keep the
senilis well balanced and graceful. Make
;iti original from this idea

Send on your work forcriticism, including
return postage.

FIFTY GOmmEBGIHL TEACHERS WANTED.



STRONG
TESTIMONY.

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struct ion
ZIE GRADY.



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