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J. H. FALL & CO., AGENTS, NASHVILLE, TENN.
under certain and REASONABLE conditions. Our catalogue will explain all.
Address DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, NASHVILLE, TENN, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Peninanship, etc. FOUR WEEKS by our method of teaching bookkeeping is equal to TWELVE WEEKŠ by old plan. A course in the bookkeeping department of 95 per cent. of Business Colleges is not more than a preparatory course, come pared with that found in our school.
We have MORE, LATER, and STRONGER indorsements from bankers, merchants and practical bookkeepers in Nashville and throughout the South than any other Business College has. OPEN TO BOTII SEXES.
We are confident that we spend MORE MONEY in the interest of our Employment Department than half the Business Colleces in the South take in as tuition.
Nashville is THE Educational Center of the South. This alone will add much strength to your Diploma. Good board and lodging $10 per month.
No trouble to answer questions. Write us.
OFFICE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
NASHVILLE, TENN., April 6, 1895. PROF. J. F. DRAGIOS, PRESIDENT DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS
COLLEGE, NASILVILLE, TENN,: DEAR SIR:-The time for which you deposited $100 three months ago to-lay as a forfeit under your proposition to give $100 to any charitable institution in Nashville, and $100 to any Business College South of the Ohio river, if you could not show more written applications for Bookkeepers and Stenographers during the PAST FIVE MONTHS than any other Business College south of the Ohio river could show in the PAST FIVE YEARS has this day expired, and, no demand having been made, the same is now held subject to your check. Respectfully,
W. F. BANG, Cashier. N. B.- A certificate of deposit for the above was published in the daily papers of Nashville, the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Atlanta Constitution and thirty thousand circulars, giving the colleges three months' time to accept.-Nashville Daily Jmerican, April 7, 1893.
GOOD P SITIONS.
A Strong Indorsement From a Few of the Former Students of
College Where it is known Best. We, the undersigned former students in Draughon's Practical Business College, Nashville, Tennessee, state that we have very recently been placed in good positions by Professor Draughon-that those positions were secured for us within a few days after the course at the college was completed, and, as to some of us, a few days before the course was completed.
We unhesitatingly, but conscientiously, state that we believe that Professor Draughon has better facilities for placing his students in positions than any other business college; that he utilizes those facilities, and by this vigilance-untiring and unceasing efforts-in their behalf, has far greater success in placing his scholars in good positions than any other business college. Having been students in his college, and thus having been able to see and to know much of the facilities and efforts of Professor Draughon, we speak advisedly.
We are aware of the fact that there are other business colleges that are condemning Professor Draughon for his bold and positive statements that he has greater facilities than they have for securing situations for his students; but we regard those condemnations as “SOUR GRAPES,” and we believe that a careful and unbiased investigation of the facts will convince anyone of the truth of Professor Draughon's statements. In spite of those denunciations, however, Professor Draughon pursues the even tenor of his way; and while bis adversaries are losing time in raising their "cry," he is at his business—his post of duty-constantly enlarging and improving his course of instructions, and looking up situations for his worthy graduates. We found the course practical, and as thorough as we thought that it could be
made, but it seems that Professor Draughon is ever making improvements.
If any of his students do not like the course, it is because they do not lore hard work. The course has no charms for the indolent or inert, but to the student of pluck and energy, coupled with ambition and determination, it is valuable.
(Signed] L. G. MONABB (of North Carolina), Bookkeeper for D. Levy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco and Cigars, Nashville.
WILLIAM Boyd (of Nashville), Bookkeeper for Royal Building and Loan Company, Nashville.
WILLIAM HOLBROOK (of Texas), Bookkeeper for Hunt Bros., Whole. Bale Produce, Nashville.
J. E. SWAN (of Knoxville). Assistant Bookkeeper for J. H. Wilkes & Co., Wholesale Grain, Nashville.
G. F. BURNER (of West Virginia), Stenographer for the Nashville Chemical Company, Nashville.
Miss MYRA SELFPIDGE (of Texas), Stenographer for Equitable Life Insurance Company, Nashville.
Miss JULIA JACOBS (of Nashville), Cashier and Assistant Bookkeeper for Queen Shoe House, Nashville.
MISS WILLIE LEFTWICH (of Nashville), with A. A. Redford, Books and Stationary, Nashville.
Miss Lizzie CLEMMONS (of Nashville), Stenographer for DuBois & Webb, Electropoise, Nashville.
Miss KATTIE BRASHER (of Kentucky), Stenographer for Nicholson Hotel, Nashville.
MISS MARY MORAN (of Nashville). Cashier and Assistant Bookkeeper for Lebeck Bros. (The above is one of the largest retail dry goods houses in the South,
MISS MARY BRUCE (of Tennessee), Stenographer for Lellyett & Barr, Lawyers, Nashville.
Miss CLAUDIE BEss (of Nashville), Stenographer for C. V. LeCrow, Manager E. Life Insurance Company, Nashville.
MISS DAISY WATSON (of Nashville), Stenographer for Drs. Dake & Dake, Nashville.
NOTE.-Only three of the above students took our guarantee course. Thus you see we put students in positions who do not take our guarantee course as well as those who take it. So do not fail to enter because you cannot take the double course.
HOME STUDY. This college has prepared books for "Home Study," bookkeeping, penmanship and shorthand. When you write explain your wants. Address J. F. DRAUGHON, Pres.,
BELMONT COLLEGE, NASHVILLE
Regent, Rev. R. A. Young, D.D. Principals, Miss Hood, Miss Heron.
BEAUTIFUL FOR SITUATION."
Suburban and city life combined. Electric cars to door. Attractions of the Park induces to outdoor exercise. Students enjoy free range among towers and shrubberv. Magniticent conservatories. Unsur
passed health record SUPERIOR EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES.
Eight schools in the hands of skilled specialists. Diplomas conferred by schools. Select patronage, elevating
andi ennobling influences. Music, Art and Elocution in hands of Masters. Comparatively limited number. GENERAL CULTURE.
Lecture courses studiously selected. Best lectures, concerts, etc., in city. liberally patronized. Students of School of Science have Working Laboratory and make practical investigation of public works in study of their principles. Free access to city libraries. Visits to works of Art. Annual ‘American or European
trips for those desiring them, STRICTLY NON-SECTARIAN,
Students attend cburch of choice in city. Ministers of different denominations visit and instruct students of their charge. Carefully conducted Bible instruction.
Send for handsomely illustrated blue and bronze cataloglie to MISS HERON at College.
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President, J. HUGH MCDOWELL, Secretary, R. GARTH.
W. H. GARDNER, Union City, Tenn.
HON. F. M. McCREE, Union City, Tenn.
W.C. McCAMPBELL, Union City, Tenn.
DON SINGLETARY, Clinton, Ky,
HON. HENRY FLOWERS, Kenton, Tenn
CAPT.J. W. HOWELL, Kenton, Tenn.
HON. H. W. HICKMAN, Jefferson City, Mo.
HON.J. W. DOLLISON, Little Rock Ark., Legal Adviser.
HON. SEID WADDELL, Union City, Tenn. its excellence. The biennial report of the Secretary, R. Garth, made to E. B. Craig,
Rooms single or Insurance Commissioner for Tennessee, July 31, 1894, shows total assets of en suite, with pri. $49.929.76, with total liabilities of $11,045.90, leaving a surplus of $38.883.86, vate bath.
and an actual safety fund of $35,899.49, or more than four times its liaRATES MODERATE. bilities. The report shows that on December 31, 1893, there were twenty
Westminster Hotel, six claims, aggregating 18,806.20, while this last report shows only one Irving Place unpaid claim of $1,300. Policies in force December 31, 900, aggregating and 16th St.,
$2,100,000. In the written report is the extraordinary statement that no NEW YORK.
claims have been compromised or resisted.
R. GARTH, Secretary
UNION CITY, TENN.
NASHVILLE COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES. Three Buildings. Rooms for 200 boarders. Forty Officers, Teachers and Lecturers. Session begins September 2, 1895. Privileges
in the Vanderbilt University. Eminent Lecturers every season. In Music two first-class musicians are in charge of the instrumental Our Literary Schedule embraces a scheme of education extending and vocal departments. With them are associated other teachers
over a period of four years, and a mode of training which is in of fine culture and great skill in the production of the best musical
advance of competition. compositions. Pupils enjoy advantages in hearing the highest style A Kindergarten is in connection with the College; also training class of music.
for teachers and mothers who desire to learn Freebel's principles of Our Art Department is in the finest studio of the city, beautifully
child-culture. lighted, and amply supplied with models. Pupils enjoy from time
The Best Elocutionary Training under the care of Prof. Merrill, of to time advantages for seeing and studying best art works, such as
Vanderbilt University, who enjoys a national reputation. Teachers can be found only in a progressive and wide-awake city.
desiring instruction are invited to try this course. For Scientific Studies our classes have the privilege of atterding the Practical Education is provided for pupils who desire to learn Dress
lectures of Vanderbilt Professors in the Laboratories of Chemistry, cutting and fitting. Stenography, Typewriting and Bookkeeping. of Physics, and of Natural History, giving access to the splendid resources of the leading institution of the South.
Magnificent New Building 108x68 feet, facing on Broad and on Vaux
hall streets, five stories, grand rotunda, ine elevator, steam heat, Our Gymnasium is fully equipped for its work. Every species of
ample parlors. This completes and crowas the work. apparatus requisite for full development of the bodily organs is here provided for our flourishing classes. Both the Sargent and the
An Unparalelled Growth from obscurity to nationai fame, from fifty Swedish Gymnastics taught.
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O. R. LOOKER, President.
Location healthful, accessible. Courses of study what you wish, Classical, Scientific,
$117.50 per half year.
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