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Image 2 of The State College cadet, vol. 8, no. 1, October 1897

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I ·- lj; • • 4 i ’ é §·1 aj 0 . lx I l . as 7 . pl; Ou Your Way to the Postofhce. { ¤ i Drugs, Gnammals, T 01161; flruclcs. 4 sTAT1oNE1cY, PEEFUMES, I p $ moans AND ToBAo<:o ...... E ....................... ..... ......,........ E 5 I0 20 2:) oO 1.00 E Ono Dolla1·’s worth of fl1(}H€§ itickots good for 10 cents ini {trade at CHILDS BROS? {DRUG STORE, adjoining; 3 T ipostofiico. Phono 52. 1 ‘§ ~ TS . igs E. MAIN sr., LEXINGTON, KY. TH E .... pir lu/ld alle 0 mllmzie li V Offers to the public the following Courses of Study, viz! [if Agricultural, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Eu- Lg l, I1 gineering, Classical, Normal School and three ,—. Scientific Courses, each of which covers four years in the College proper and leads to a degree. A , Its Faculty contains twentymine professors. Its grounds, buildings and { equipments represent $450.000 in value. Its laboratories, Chemical, Physical, § Biological, Botanical, Geological, Physiological, Mechanical and Electrical are ’ the largest and best in Kentucky. yl; ` Each Legislative District ·is entitled by law to free tuition, room rent, fuel and lights for four properly prepared students in the college proper, and to an Q . fiat equal number in the Normal Department. Alumni of other colleges in Ken ' _ lg tucky RIC ¢Illi€f8d lll post gX‘&dl13.l€ COLiI'SCS ff€C. FOI` catalogue and other ll'll0l'· _ ` mation apply to JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.,LL. D., President of the { College, Lexington, Ky. ig e H 2 . gg; ~

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