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St. Mary's School

KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS

Established 1868

FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES

REV. C. W. LEFFINGWELL, D.D., Rector and Founder

MISS EMMA PEASE HOWARD, Principal

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PREPARATORY, elective

and advanced courses.
Six Languages, Music, Art,
Domestic Science, School of
Applied Housekeeping. Wm.
H. Sherwood, Visiting Direc-
tor of Music. Sympathetic
guidance; Social advantages;
Physical training (Dr. Sar-
gent's method); swimming,
bowling, dancing, out-of-door
sports. Weekly entertain-
ments; cheerful environment.
Home dairy, pure air, pure
water, gardens and groves.

For
Catalogue, Terms, and Information,

Address the Principal,
St. Mary's School, Knoxville, Illinois

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Chartered by State Legislature in 1847

That Means More

The School with a Winter Home in Florida

Something new under the sun.

The only school in the world that owns two complete plants in two different states. occupying each according to the season, and moving from one to the other by special train without the loss of a recitation. Four years' success places this plan beyond the experimental stage and it is now a permanent part of the school life. The winter migration is not a mere pleasure jaunt, but a serious and successful attempt to allow boys to live the outdoor life practically all the year round without in any way interfering with their regular studies. On the contrary, the increased vigor coming from good health enables the student to do much better work, as our records prove

An extra year has been added to our curriculum, so that the Kentucky Military Institute now does work at least equal to that of any college in the state. Diplomas issued by the State under the great seal of the commonwealth, and signed by the Gove ernor and Adjutant General.

Both Kentucky and Florida properties occupy safe countiy locations, free from the temptations of urban life.

The clientele of this school is absolutely unsurpassed by that of .ny other school, due largely to the care exercised in accepting new cadets, and to the high ideals which are a part of the school life.

Full details of this remarkable school can be obtained by sending for a copy of our catalogue and Florida supplement,

COL. C. W. FOWLER, Supt. (EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA

BOX 39, LYNDON, KENTUCKY, from January to April 10th)

from April to January 7th

Nine miles east of Louisville on L. & N. R. R., and L. & E. Electricine,

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Large, Light Buildings, Overlooking the Hudson River.
Separate Building for Primary and Junior Departments.

No Home Study for Young Boys
PREPARATORY—Thorough preparation of students for Colleges and Technical Schools and

Business as well as for West Point and Annapolis. Rapid progress assured because of

small classes. PRIMARY—Separate building, instructors and equipment for boys under twelve. Importance of Primary Work fully realized. Thorough instruction, but no home study.

Light Rooms-19 Instructors150 Boys
MILITARY DRILL (Optional)-At Armory, under an Officer of The National Guard.
LIBRARY AND GYMNASIUM-Athletics under an Experienced Trainer.

Illustrated Year Book Upon Application.

JOSEPH CURTIS SLOAN, Head Master

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