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Corner Book Store.

The place where all Normal students buy their school books and supplies.
Where everything in miscellanecus and latest publications can be had, either
by calling or by sending mail order. Our siore is acknowledged the inost
complete in the State. Make it your headquarters.

ROWLANDS, JONES & ECKDALL.

Teachers

MRS. CARL BALLWEC's

is the place for students to buy their
**FALL and WINTER MILLINERY **
Where they can get the latest novelties and at prices that defeat
all competitors.

...425 Commercial Street.

of

Bookkeeping

..in Kansas

et at X ATTENTION, TEACHERS! Og of any

who do not
have
time to
work out all
the sets,

....EDITORS....

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The magazine hitherto known as “Kindergarten News" is to be continued under the broader name:

KINDERGARTEN REVIEW.
EMELIE POU'LSSON,

LAURA E. POU'LSSON.

Boston, Mass.
It has been enlarged in size and scope, and the aim of editors and publishers will be to make it à sound
and inspiring magazine, helpful to all who have to deal with the young child. The new editors are
happy to announce that, notwithstanding the few weeks which they have had for making arrangements
and the difficnlty of reaching many writers during the summer, they have the assurance of cordial co.
operation from many of the most appreciated authors and educators, among whom may be named:

Miss Susan E. Blow, Miss Elizabeth Harrison, Miss Sarah E. Arnold, Mrs. C.
Mackenzie Durham, Miss Anna W. Deveraugh, Mrs. Alice Wellington Rollins,
Mr. Hamilton W. Mabie, Miss Lucy W. Wheelock, Miss Mary J. Garland,
Miss Laura A. Fisher, Mrs. Eliza A. Blaker, Miss Ella Bradley, Miss Margaret

W. Morley, Dr. William T. Harris, Miss Caroline T. Haven, Miss Sara E. Wiltse.
The Review will reach back to the home and forward to the primary school, thus linking together the
educational forces which effect each other so strongly. Kindergarten Review” will contain, therefore,
original and selected articles by those competent to give direct aid to the parent and primary school
teacher-especially the teacher of the first grade. Special Lines. Timely nature observations and
suggestions; New Songs, Stories, etc.; The Mother Play (new versions); Home Nurture; Child Study;
The Connecting or Transition Class; The Kindergarten Normal Class.

The subscription price will be $2.00 per year, but a special discount will be given to all Kansas
teachers during October who mention this advertisement.
Western Office: Kansas City, Mo.,

MILTON BRADLEY CO., Publishers,
H. 0. PALEN, Manager.

Springfield, Mass.

who do not
have
time to
solve the
problems, or
answer
the questions,
will find

“The

TEACHER'S
REFERENCE BOOK

for Stevenson's

Introductory Bookkeeping,”

to

women

The American Review of Reviews. Movement Penmanship...
The American Monthly Review of Re-

to & Some Offers For You.
views for October has several articles of
unusual interest

readers. Miss Frances Willard tells the story of A model business letter written by the World's W. C. T. U. movement;

myself, showing arrangement, capiMrs. Ellen M. Henrotin, president of

talization, punctuation and beauty, the General Federation of Women's

for only

..$ 10
Clubs, outlines the benefits of those or-
ganizations; Mrs. Sheldon Amos, of

The Natural and Individual Slan!
England, writes of a London Women's
Club, and Miss Mary Taylor Blauvelt

Peate Books, two books....
contributes an enlightening article on
the opportunities for women at the i 3. Natural Slant Copy Slips-thirty-
English universities.

| five slips

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just what
they want. It
is now in
preparation.
Price,
75 cents.

2.

20

4.

The Western Penman for one year -twelve numbers

35

S J. FARMER,
Boot and Shoe Repairing Neatly Done.
Men's soles, 60c. Ladies' la-soles, 40.

Seventh and Commercial,

5. Twelve lessons in business writ-
ing, by mail...

...100

The blank books prepared for use with “Stevenson's Introductory Bookkeeping” were prepared by the author, and because of the ruling, the arrangement, various colored covers, and printed directions, explanations and suggestions on covers, are especially suited for use with the text book for which tbey were prepared. Teachers should insist on the use of these books if they desire to follow the plan outlined in the text book.

For further information address the publisher. Address, J. S. PARKS, State Printer,

Topeka, Kansas.

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JOHN G. NORTHINGTON, Dentist, West Sixth Avenue, GROUND FLOOR.

Books! Books!

The place to buy them is at ELLEN PLUMB'S BOOK STORE, You will find the largest stock of New and Second-Hand School Books, Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Fountain Pens, Etc. Call and see us.

ELLEN PLUMB.

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EMPORIA NATIONAL BANK. FIRST NATIONAL BANK.

EMPORIA, KANSAS. Capital Stock, $100,000 Capital Stock,

$100,000 Surplus,

$100,000
Surplus Fund,

$100,000

DIRECTORS:
DIRECTORS:

C. S. Cross,

W. MARTINDALE,
H. H. WHITE,

R. D. THOMAS.
DANIEL BITLER,

C. Hoop, L. L. HALLECK,

L. T. HERITAGE, W. T. SODEN,

ALFRED ROBERTS,

Does a General Banking Business.
P. G. HALLBERG.

Business Respectfully Solicited.

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Northington's ...COMPLETE GYMNASIUM... will be open from 7 to 10 o'clock, six nights in each week. Admission, 50 cents per month, including hot or cold shower baths.

212 Commercial St. L. N. LUNBECK, Mgr.

Headquarters for the finest brands of

FLOUR in the city. 320 Commercial Street......

Remember, he has everything carried by a firstclass store, and as cheap as the cheapest.

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