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The first issue of "PITMAN'S JOURNAL" will be published June I5th. An
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Here is what a large number of them say:

The undersigned, having had many years' experience as verbatim
shorthand reporters, certify that, in our opinion, the system of short-
hand best adapted either for amanuensis work or for reporting ver-
batim the most rapid utterance is Graham's Standard Phonography.
We also certify that, in our opinion. Graham's Handbook of
Standard Phonography presents the principles of that system more
clearly and comprehensively than any other book.
Signed by

Fred Irland. Official Reporter of Debates, House of Rep., U. S.

AUister Cochrane " " "

Geo. N. Hillman, Official Court Reporter, St. Paul, Minn.

Robert S. Taylor. Official Court Reporter, St. Paul, Minn.

W. M. Higgins, Official Court Reporter, Minneapolis, Minn.

S. D. Hillman, Official Court Reporter, Minneapolis. Minn.

Morris E. Jones, Official Court Reporter, Kansas City, Mo.

Clarence L. Walker, Official Court Reporter, Louisville, Ky.

Edwin M. Williams, Official Court Reporter, Louisville, Ky.

Chas. .\. Graham, Official Court Reporter, Louisville, Ky.

Brainard C. Brown, Official Court Reporter, San Francisco, Cal.

AND 136 OTHERS

When taught, or studied without a teacher, from the text-books of
its author, " GRAHAM " is as easy to learn as any other system.
These books are published only by

Andrew J. Graham & Co.

1135 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.



If You Examine the Books

Their Merit Will do the Rest

Of course you want the best re-
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Barnes' Complete Typewriting Instructor. $1.50
Is also a dictation book. Shorthand
Key to dictation portion 30

Barne.s' Special Typewriting Instructor... i.oo

Barnes' Abridged Typewriting Instructoi

(^56 pp.) 50

K\\ three books contain our Touch Lessons
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S. S. Pc^CKARD, Publisher.

Address A. C. 8McClurg & Co.,
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SOME STUBBORN FACTS



1. Gregg Shorthand was not taught in more than thirty schools six years ago; it is now taught

in MORE THAN ONE-HALF THE SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED StATES AND CaNADA.

2. All the proprietors of the schools that have adopted Gregg Shorthand are delighted with the
results accomplished, and the increase in their enrollments which has resulted.

3. Leading teachers and exponents of all other systems have adopted Gregg Shorthand and are
among its most enthusiastic advocates.

4. It is the unanimous opinion of these teachers that Gregg Shorthand lessens the labor of both
teacher and student, and that it is superior to all other methods in connected legibility and speed.

5. No school which has adopted Gregg Shorthand has ever been known to go back to the old
methods — a fact of immense significance in view of the persistent attacks upon the system by publishers
of competing methods.

6. Gregg Shorthand is the only distinctive system, having a united, enthusiastic body of teachers
and writers.

7. It is the only system having a national organization, holding conventions each year, and there-
by establishing con';tantly advancing standards of instruction and practice.

8. The circulation of the Gregg Writer is double the combined total of all other system maga-
zines published in America — and is constantly growing.

THESE ARE FTTS WORTHY OF CONSIDERATION. OTHER
INTERESTING FACTS WILL BE SENT ON APPLICATION.

IF YOU ARE A TEACHER, ASK FOR A ''TALK TO TEACH ERSr



Whe GREGG PUBLISHING COMPANY. CHICAGO



LESS TEACHING— MORE TRAINING.
That is the plan of the new book.

THE

Phonographic Amanuensis,

A Presentation of Pitman Phonography, More Especially-
Adapted to the Use of Business and Other Schools Devoted
to the Instruction and Training of Shorthand Amanuenses.

By JEROME B. HOW.\RI).

With a Prefatory Note by •

BENN PITMAN.

Cloth. i2mo. 216 pages. $1.

THE PHONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO.



The Following-described Features are Distinctive of this Book :

1. It contains a direct and simple exposition of the Benn Pitman System of Phonography, with

especial reference to the preparation of the student for the work of the business or office
amanuensis.

2. It teaches position-writing from the beginning.

3. The application of the principles of abbreviation to each part of the system is taught in immediate

connection with the primary presentation of such part.

4. The book consists of sixtv lessons, each one of which may be mastered in a single school day by

any student qualified by general education and natural aptitudes to perform successfully the
work of the business amanuensis.

5. Outlines for words are given in the firsl lesson.

6. Sentences are written in the eighth lesson.

7. Phrases are written in 'Ca^ fifteenth lesson.

8. Business Letters are written in the twenty-second lesson — at the end of the first month.



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successful publication is

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TH eI^ENMAN 'S^RT. lollRNAli



Twenty-eighth Year.



JULY, 1904



D. T. Ames, Founder and Contributor




jFrientis W\\o Bo.

Twenty-eighth annual roll-call of the JOURNAL,' S
Old Guard of Honor.

And what a splendid parade of the foremost talent
of our profession .' From North, South, JSast, West—
from Manitoba to Mexico — are gathered these
Knights of the Quill who have honored the JOUR-
NAI, with their earnest, practical support. These
are the Friends that COUNT — the only kind that
makes a periodical like the JOVRNAl, possible.
There are other kinds that talk beautifully; THESE
are the DOERS.

1,00k, too, at the schools represented — scores and
scores of the best type of the American commercial
school, whose proprietors and teachers encourage
their students to read the JOURNAL because they
have found it to be genuinely of USE in their work.
At the head of the procession is that ever young veteran,
ColHns, with a fine band nearly half a thousand strong, and
close abreast is our virile friend HofTman, with his splendid
detachment of Indianians. Well up toward the van Ren-
shaw marshals a lusty contingent of 223, while others de-
ploying on the 200 head line include Norcross and Grant &
Darr, with a dozen other well-known leaders within close
call. Look at this splendid list:

Century to Quadruple Century Van Guard.

R. S. Collins, Peirce School, Philadelphia, Pa 409

W. A. Hoffman, Valparaiso, Ind., College 358

J. K. Renshaw, Banks Business College, Philadelphia, Pa 223

Grant & Darr, Rockford High School, Rockford, III 200

S. B. Norcross, Ferris Institute, Big Rapids, Mich 200

J. B. McKay, Dominion Business College, Toronto, Ont 168

E. A. Cast, Blair Business College, Spokane, Wash 153

E. C. Watkins, Dakota Business College, Fargo, N. D 144

J. J. Hagen, Archibald's Business College, Minneapolis, Minn.,,. 142

R. W. Ballentine, Dunsraore Business College, Staunton, Va 138

C. E. Ball, Mankato, Minn., Commercial College 138

A. D. Skeels, Temple College, Philadelphia, Pa 129

L. M. Thornburgh, High School. Paterson, N. J 122

H. L. Burdick, Scranton High Sc^^ol, Scranton, Pa 117

A. W. Young, Mt. Royal Business College, Montreal, Can 114

J. L. Hayward, Banks Business College, Philadelphia, Pa 108

R. J. Wallace, Wallace Business College, Denver, Colo loi

A Friend 1 1

E. G. Brandt, Pottsville, Pa 100

I. L. Calvert, Woods College, Newark, N. J 100

Three-Quarter-Century Division.

The three-quarter century division also makes an ad-
mirable showing. With two months of the present school
year left, albeit they are dull months, it is more than likely
that many if not all of these will bring their forces up to
the century mark. Many of these people have been loyal



friends of the Journal for years; others are new recruits
whom we hope to retain for years to come by giving their
students at a trifling cost that which will be of use to them,
not only during their school days, but throughout their
business careers.

.1. R. Hutchison, National Business College, Quincy, 111 92

J. W. Lampman and J. A. Savage, Omaha Commercial College,

Omaha, Neb 92

J. S. Sweet, Santa Rosa, Cal., Business College 92

E. T. Overend, Pittsburg Academy, Pittsburg, Pa 91

L. C. Rauch and A. F. Tull, Detroit Business University, Detroit,

Mich 90

F. J. Hillman, Springfield, Mass., Business College 85

R. H. Eldon, Toronto, Ont 85

E. J. Wilcox, Connecticut Business College, Middletown, Conn.... 81

D. A. Trivelpiece, Grand Island, Neb., Business College 78

A. R. Whitmore, Scranton Business College, Scranton, Pa 80

E. E. Childs, Childs' Business College, Pawtucket, R. 1 75

Half-Century Brigade.

The half-century brigades are more numerous than ever
before, while the quarter-century and company divisions
form a very respectable roster of the better known com-
mercial schools and teachers throughout English-speaking
America.

No such tremendous outpouring of the elite* of the

profession has ever before figured in the clubbing an-
nouncements of a penman's paper.

W. D. Chamberlain, Huntington, Ind., Business University 72

."K. F. Regal, Butler Business College, Butler, Pa 71

J. N. Fulton, International Business College, Ft. Wayne, Ind 71

E. N. Fast, Merrill College, Stamford, Conn 70

V. W. Boyles, Boyles' College, Omaha, Neb 70

E. O. Folsom, Cream City Business College, Milwaukee, Wis 69

C. A. French, Inquiry Division, Post Office, Boston, Mass 67

R. A. Spellman, Rhode Island Commercial School, Providence, R. I. 66

A. D. Reaser, Douglas College, McKeesport, Pa 65

W. J. Trainer, Wood's College, Newark, N. J 65

E. Warner, Central Business College, Toronto, Ont 65

C. L. Mahoney, Becker's Business College, Worcester, Mass 61

W. J. Wade, Lancaster Business College, Lancaster, Pa 60

G. H. Zinnel, Minneapolis School of Business, Minneapolis, Minn. 56

F. F. Healey and J. H. Thompson, Williamsport Commercial Col-
lege, Williamsport, Pa 56

D. L. Callison, Wichita Commercial College, Wichita, Kan 54

G. W. Donald, Winnipdfe Business College, Winnipeg, Man 53

.\. J. Park, Woonsocket, R. I., Business University 52

W. N. Currier, Rider-Moore & Stewart School, Trenton, N. J 51

J. H. Rogers, Central Business College, Sedalia, Mo 51

B. Lalime, Practical Business School, St. Hyacinthe, Que 50

J. C. Barber, B. & S. Business College, Providence, R. 1 50

Quarter-Century Regiment.

E. A. Newcomer, New Jersey Business College, Newark, N. J 48

W. J. Wheeler, Birmingham Business College, Birmingham, Ala... 46

S. M. Smith, Normal School, Springfield, M- 45

D. A. Casey. High School, Woonsocket, R. 1 43

A. C. Grimes, Wheaton College, Wheaton, 111 42

C. A. Le Master, Drake Business College, Jersey City, N. J 41



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E. M. Huntsinger, Huntsinger's Business School, Hartford, Conn.
C. W. Jones, Brockton Business University, Brockton, Mass

F. T. Weaver, Ohio Valley Business College, East Liverpool, O. .

G. F. Roach. Holdrege Business College, Holdrege, Neb

T. W. Osteen. Asheville Business College, Asheville. X. C

J. C. Strassburger, McDonald Business Institute, Milwaukee, Wis.
G. T. WisH-ell. North Star Business School, Minneapolis, Minn..
M. F. Pratt, Drake Business College, Orange, N. .T

F. H. Ottman, Newark. O

J. F. Fish, Northwestern Business College, Chicago, 111

J. W. Hood, Southern California Business College, Los Angeles.

Cal

N. L. Richmond, Kankakee Business College, Kankakee, 111

J. W. Westervelt, Forest City Business College, London, Ont,...

Coleman Business College. Newark, N. J

M. M. Higley, Northwestern Business College, Spokane, Wash....

G. L. Caskey, Modern School, Cleveland, O

J. M. Reaser, Centenary College, Tackson, La

W. F. Giesseman, C. C. C. C, Des Moines, la ■. . .

C. J. Richards. Richmona s Business College, Savannah, Ga

C. L. Newell, New Brunswick, N. J.. Business College

F. L. Dyke, Berkey & Dyke's Private Business School, Cleveland, O.

F. B. Richardson, Burdett College. Boston, Mass

Alfred Higgins, Titusville Business College, TitusviUe. Pa

J. D. Todd, Latter Day Saints' University, Salt Lake City, L'tah. .
J. H. Janson, Chestnutwood's Business College. San. a Cruz. Cal..

D. Elston, .\cme Business College, Seattle, Wash

J. M. Lantz, Spencerian Institute. Newburgh, N. V

M. B. Wallace, Missouri Wesleyan College, Cameron. Mo

L. C. McCann. McCann's Business College, Mahanoy City, Pa

Margaret E. Dunbar, Y. W. C. .\., Brooklyn, N. Y

W. H. Beacom, Wilmington Business School, Wilmington, Del

A. H. Stephenson, B. & S. Business School, Buffalo, N. Y

G. La Munyon, Westerly. R. I., Business College

I. H. Lipsky, Comer's Commercial College, Boston, Mass

J. S. Lilly, Lowland, W. Va

W. Rasmussen. Rasmussen Business School, St. Paul, Minn

S. L. Romine, Wellington, Kan

Geo. Thomson, -\cme Business College, Seattle, Wash

H. G. Reaser, Pittsburg High School, Pittsburg, Pa

G. Oakley, Columbia College, Paterson. N. J

G. M. Lynch, Huron College. Huron, S. D

E. R. Welch, Oil City Business College, Oil City. Pa

A. E. Dawson, Lawrence University, .\ppleton. Wis

A. S. Herr. Plainfield Business College, Plainfield, N. J

T. B. Bridges, ban Francisco Business College. San Francisco, Cal.

A. E. Hitzemann. Addison, 111

J, K. Lacock, Jefferson Academy, Canonsburg, Pa

S. K. Townend, Yonkers High School, Yonkers, N. Y

J. D. Alexander, Fremont Business College, Fremont. O

A. Rheude, Rheude's Business College, Milwaukee, Wis

W. P. Canfield, Canfield School. Owatonna, Minn

In CompaLnies.

E. W. Spencer. Spencerian Business College, Milwaukee, Wis....

C. A. Braniger, Parkersburg, W. Va

"A. K, Feroe, Lutheran Normal School, Madison, Minn

E. S. Fritschel, Wartburg Academy, Waverly, la

G. W. Snavely, Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pa

A. L. Gilbert. Gilbert Commercial College, Milwaukee, Wis

P. H. Landers, Utica Business Institute, Newburgh, N. Y

S. D. Van Benthuysen, Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111

J. L. Hallstrom, Northwestern College, Minneapolis, Minn

M. C. Fisher, Winter Hill Business College, Somerville, Mass....

L. Froystein, St, Ansgar, la

E. A. Zartman, Gregg School, Chicago, 111

E. F. Whitmore, Easton, Pa

F. D. Cross. Normal .\cademy, Oshkosh, Wis

H. B. Lehman, Chicago Business College, Chicago, 111

L. H. Boyd, Morse Business College, Hartford, Conn

E. E. Gardner, Union College, College View, Neb

C C. Jones, Dunkirk High School, Dunkirk. N.* Y

H. W. English, High School, Mt. Carmel, Pa

A. L. Stokes, Stokes' Business College, Charleston, S. C

O. L. Home, Empire Business College, Truro, N. S

Nellie B. Hight, Anacortes Business College, Anacortes, Wash....
S. C. Williams, Rochester Business Institute, Rochester. N. Y....

J. M. Ohslund, Luther Academy, Wahoo, Neb

W. A. Warriner, Highland Park College, Des Moines, la

J. W. Jacobs, Leech's .\ctual Business College, Greensburg, Pa. .

O. N. Cord, North Chicago Business College, Chicago, 111

R. H. Bond, Georgia-Alabama Business College, Macon, Ga

D. A. Reagh, Owosso Business College, Owosso, Mich

G. E. Spaulding, Spaulding Commercial College, St. Louis, Mo..
A Friend



C. W. Broyles, Sem. School of Business. Buckhannon. W. Va

J. A. Primeau, Montcalm School, Montreal, Can

Brother Arsenius, Cathedral School, Natchez, Miss

J. E. Garner, Harrisburg, Pa

R. T. Denbo, Tyler College, Tyler, Te.\

C. A. Reed, Harshaw's Business College, Denison, Tex

Wilbur Grant. Toronto, Ont

H. C. Post. Waterbury Business College. Waterhury, Conn

Brother .-Mfred, St. Paul's College, Varennes, Que., Can

C. W. Ransom. Hill's Business College, Sedalia, Mo

Junius Romney, Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mex

E. A. Young, Euclid School, Brooklyn, N. Y

J. \. Mc.\llen, Mc.\llen's Business College, Knoxville. Ten

F. J. .\twood, Massey Business College, Houston, Tex

A. C. Moss, Wilmar, Ark

G. S. jMurray, Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey

F. B. Davis. Boston, Mass

\V. Meehan, Caton's National Business College, Buffalo, N. Y

W. C. Ramsdell, Ramsdell School, Middletown, N. Y

J. F. Sarley. Metropolitan Business College, Chicago, 111

M. 1). Fulton, Auburn, R. I

M. J. Gleason, Washington, D, C

S. C. Bedinger, California Business College, San Francisco, Cal..

I. Green, Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y

J. B. Fudge, Boise, Idaho

H. P. Keller, Greenwood High School. Greenwood, Del

M. A. Conner, Bath Business College, Bath, Me

W. H. Callow, Elgin Business College, Elgin, 111

C. F. Beutel. Massey Business College, Houston, Tex

E. H. Winter, Warrenton, Mo

J. D. Rice, Normal School, Chillicothe, Mo

J. A. Tousaw, Belleville Business College, Belleville. Ont

E. G. Parkinson, Business College, Norristown. Pa

W. H. Matthews, Salem Business College. Salem, O

V. . Billings, Dover, N. J

G. L. Hasenbein, .\lbany, N. Y

Gideon Lemay, The College, Saint Boniface, Man

W. P. Rognlie. Concordia College, iloorhead, Minn

E. L. Click, National School of Business, Concord, N. H

C. F. Sherman, Mt. \'ernon Business College, Mt. Vernon. N. Y . .

J. C. Temple, Wichita, Kan

b. Q. Martin. Central Normal College, Danville, Ind

J. A. Prowinsky, Dixon, 111

C. N. Crandle, The Athaneum, Chicago, 111

E. B. Whitcomb, Salida Academy, Salida, Col

H. P. Behrensmeyer, Gem City College, Quincy, 111

X. H. Wright, B. & S. Business College, Louisville, Ky

- S. E. Leslie, Hiram College, Hiram, O

J. D. Day. New York

Caroline O- Farnsworth, Des Moines, Iowa

C. E. Benton, Benton's Business School, New Bedford, Mass

J. L. Howard, Maiden, Mass

A. C. Sloan, Davis Business College, Toledo, O

J. W. Welsh, Latter Day Saints* Academy, Thatcher, Ariz

E. E. Peacock. Kent's Hill, Me

O. Hanson, Crookston, Minn

E. L. Miller, Simpson College, Indianola, la

R. L. Rudy, Heald's Business College, San Francisco, Cal

C. B. Brown, San Francisco, Cal

C. C. Stone, Black Hills Business College, Lead, S. D

0. E. Fulghum, Richmond Business College, Richmond, Ind

E. Winter, New York

T. C. Strickland, Greenwich Academy, East Greenwich, R. I

H. M. Heaney, McLachlan Business University, Grand Rapids,

Mich. . . .'

H. G. Phelps, Montana College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts,

Bozeman, Mont

J. F. Klingensmith, Grand Rapids Business University, Grand

Rapids, Mich

G. S. Herrick, Marion, Ind

D. N. Greer, Greer Business College, Braddock, Pa

S. Kerr & Son, St. John Business College, St. John, N. B

W. A. Ripley, Marshall Business College, Huntington, W. \'a

E. S. Watson, Brown's Business College, Bridgeport, Conn



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