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7 > Image 7 of The Kentuckian : a monthly magazine, vol. 8, no. 7, 1899

Part of The Kentuckian : a monthly magazine

"`* _ rr1 *=--*"$ .. __ -_,_-,___ _ __/_,:...y;y i`'{:. I l ,-1 ""th.<_:.;~-*--*"-*a--""* ``~ _ **1* A i , B. B. JONES, President E. G. SPINK, Vice-President. ' I llPlP%* e Lexln tun Busmass g 4* 3 Business Galle c it t uNoa=onAra. y I Egg I . 'g{ tincorpomted.) ; /; ,.,--*., 7 Established 188.%. lncorporated under Act ofthe 4 5 ..- . w/4 . , Lvgnslmure, July nsw-, sa=_.gj E lll) Yllll EX|lBGl I Eli ; =4=ss;:T ag iari;*::: j E-E _. gh T 0 attend a Business College for . _ [Z`. - L " 1 ii ie iur ose o ac uirin a rac ica 1., tl 1 P f P1 g P P * J ?fiilj ,; t., ?LPIi?_ education that will yield A POSITION ,_iY I through which you can earn a hv- ml 1'i?`* ? |_`,:li"-ii; *illi,EfiE in ? Many Business Schools have Y ik E}.-E,;&:;.=~ g . . i Q1 but ONE O1sj1acT, that object being is t he thorough preparation of their i` pupils to act as Book-Keepers, Stenographers, etc. This is good as far A , as it goes, but, it does not go far enough. n 8 O O , The Lexington Business College _ I r v is a TWO OB]ECT school. THE FIRST, being tl1e thorough preparation of its pupils for business. THE SECOND, being tl1e securing oi good po- ` sitions for those who patronize it. It has for over IO years been the J V'! leading Business School of the South. It is at tl1e >resent time the only _ l School in Kentucky operating an Einployment Bureau for the purpose M- of securing positions for its graduates. l Q Send for our "KA'l`-A-LOG" and special circulars explaining how l you can be hel >ed to a ood los1T1oN b 1 attendin this School. . l 8 > E l ADDRESS TO DAY { B. B. JONES, President. l P 106-116 East Matn Street, ,, 38*Wc Make Written Secured Coutracts Lexington, Ky. Z to furnish our grarlnates szilariwl posi- tions under mont. reasonable conditions i l i M pj c _ and 4- g ___ gg A t _ _ .