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Corner Book Store ..
The place where all Normal students buy their school books and supplies.
ROWLANDS, JONES & ECKDALL.
MRS. CARL BALLWEC's
is the place for students to buy their
...425 Commercial Street.
Raitinger Brothers' Cash Store!
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Etc.
Combination Offer No. 1
who do not
problems, or And Your Note Due in the Year 30880.
answer and the x
the questions, Teachers of Kansas: The Business Editor of the Monthly makes you the following offer, TEACHERS WORLD.
will find which you will never again have an opportunity
If you wish a live, bright, original, up-to-date of accepting: By a peculiar arrangement we can teachers journal; one that is filled to the brim with
“The send you Education, the oldest of high-class mag.
practical, usable schoolroom material; and one
that deals in standard values and solid experience, azines, together with the Monthly for one year
eschewing wordy essays
meaningless TEACHER'S for $1.00 cash, and your note due on the day of "studies, then the Jubilee for $200. Education alone is $300 per
TEACHERS WORLD year and is worth it. The note will be returned
REFERENCE BOOK to you for safe keeping if desired. No subscrip.
will aid you.
Ten large Natural History Supple. tions on this combination can be received after
ment Charts free each year-Ten large Double
Page Language Pictures-Cut Up" Drawing
for Stevenson's mentary Reading-Pieces to Speak-Correspond
ence-Methods, Aids, and Devices-Foundation Some Reasons Why You Should Subscribe Principles, Special Day Exercises, Etc., Etc.
Introductory for Education.
Established 1889. Eight Years of Increasing 1. It is the oldest of the high-class educational
Bookkeeping," magazines, just closing its nineteenth year. 48 Large Quarto Pages and Eupplement. II It is contributed to and read by many of the leading educators of the day.
Monthly-Illustrated-$1.00 a Year.
they want. It person. viz., those that relate to the educa- teacher. The dollar it costs is no measure of its iion of the human race. real value to
is now in IV. If you are a teacher, it will keep you in But you also need a home paper to keep in touch with the freshest thought in this great touch with local and state educational events, and
preparation. and progressive profession V. It will promote your profe-sional growth for that purpose (not forgetting the additional
Price, material it contains) there is nothing better than and prove an invaluable aid to self-culture,
the State Normal Monthly to supplement your fitting you to do better work and to com
methods paper. mand higher pay as a teacher. VI. It does not compete with the cheaper school BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR, $1.00. papers which deal with classroom methods.
Leaders in their respective classes, you will find It takes a broader outlook and discusses the
in them everything you need in your work and The blank books prepared for use with deeper problems of pedagogy as a protes- much more than you might get elsewhere. sion. Every growing teacher should take
“Stevenson's Introductory Bookkeeping” such a magazine as E. [CATION in addition Send $1 to the BUSINESS EDITOR, STATE
to the practical paper of the other class. NORMAL MONTHLY, Emporia, Kansas, and both were prepared by the author, and beVII. Every other trade and profession has its offi. papers will be mailed to you for one year.
cause of the ruling, the arrangement, cial journal or organ; how much more should this great teaching fraternity be ex
various colored covers, and printed dipected to maintain a high class magazine devoted exclusively to their interests!
rections, explanations and suggestions We need your sympathy and support to
on covers, are especially suited for use aid us in making the best possible educational magazine. Therefore subscribe for State Normal Monthly and Our Times with the text book for which they were EDUCATION.
ON 6 YEAR FOR 60 CENTS.
prepared. Teachers should insist on the Subscription Price, $300. Sample Copy for six 2-cent Stamps. Try it for a year. Our Times is a journal of Current Events for the
use of these books if they desire to folSchool and Home. It is beautifully illustrated low the plan outlined in the text book.
and well written. The fact that E. L. Kellogg & For further information address the S J. FARMER, Co., of New York City, publish it, is sufficient
J. S. PARKS, State Printer, Men's 4-soles, 60c. Ladies' y soles, 40.
Combination Offer No. 3.
For Fine Writing, Nos. 303, 170, 604 E.F. For General Writing, 332, 404, 601 E.F., 1044, 1045, 1046. For Broad Writing, 1008,
1009, 1043. For Vertical WritGOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878 and 1889. ing. 1045 (Verticular), 1046 HIGHEST AWARD, CHICAGO, 1893.
And others for all
IANDOLINS APPLETON'S GUITARS BANJOS.
FOR SUPPLEMENTARY READING.
Edited by W. T. HARRIS, A. M.. LL. D.,
U. S. Commissioner of Education.
THIS comprehensive series of books will present upon a symmetrical plan the best available litera:
ture in the various fields of human learning, selected with a view to the needs of students of all grades in supplementing their school studies and for home reading. They will cover the following departments of knowledge, and represent the best phases of modern thought:
NATURAL HISTORY, including Geography and Travel; PHYSICS and CHEMISTRY; HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, and ETHNOLOGY, ipeluding Ethics and Morals; LITERATURE and ART.
It is believed that this project will fully solve the long-standing problem as to what kind of reading shall be furnished to the young, and what will most benefit them intellectually as well as morally. The volumes are all attractively illustrated and in uniform cloth binding.
The following volumes are now ready:
THE STORY OF THE BIRDS, by James Newton Baskett. 65 cents. THE PLANT
(Oihers in preparation)
This school gave the first graded medical course in America. Its standards have always been the highest and its standing the best The regular course is now four years. The laboratory and clinical facil. ities merit investigation. For circulars of information address the secretary,
These books will be found especially desirable for school use, and help to interest pupils in their class-room studies. Send for descriptive circulars, etc.
DR. N. S. DAVIS, JR., 2431 Dearborn St.
D. APPLETON & CO., New York, Boston, Chicago.
Chicago Office, 243 Wabash Avenue.
JOHN G. NORTHINGTON, Dentist, West Sixth Avenue, GROUND FLOOR.
Do You Know
That the holidays are approaching and that we are opening a beautiful stock
gant Bindings. Books in Sets. Children's Books. Booklets. Calendars
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
are in the
EMPORIA NATIONAL BANK
EMPORIA, KANSAS. Capital Stock, $100,000 Capital Stock,
Surplus Fund, Surplus,
R. D. THOMAS.
C. Hoon, L. L, HALLECK,
L. T. HERITAGE, W. T. SODEN,
Does a General Banking Business.
Business Respectfully Solicited.
Paid Capital $15,000.00.
Vice President LL. HALLECK,
Metropolitan or Gilchrist Barn
West Fifth Avenue,
Sale, Feed and Boarding Stables, Livery, Carriages and Baggage Transfer. Funeral Car, White Ilearse, w agonette and
. Calls . Telephone 61. Remember our new location.
A General Banking Business. Carriages for Funerales Everything first class
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
THE NORMAL gives attention to Normal trade only. Students who trade with us need
have no fear of getting inferior goods, intended for the country trade. BOOK STORE
We keep a smaller stock than others, but it is select and first class.
J. M. KNOX, Proprietor.
We extend an invitation to all to come and look our line over, whether you wish to purchase or not.
4. M. FLINT.
J. T. BURTON,
No. 3 East Sixth Avenue.
Emporia, Kansas. Land, Loan, Rental and Insurance Agent...
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
Steam Boilers and General Machinery.
* Correspondence Solicited. D. W. HAINER,
EMPORIA TRANSFER CO,
Bus, Hack, Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable, *DRUCS s
Busses, Hacks and Baggage Wagons to and
from all trains. Orders at stable promptly atBrushes, Combs, Sponges, Fine Perfum- tended to. Fine carriages for funerals, weddings, ery, Toilet Articles and Sundries.
parties, etc. Also, first class hearses.
CHASE & KEMMER, Proprietors. 603 Commercial Street,
Stone stables, Fifth Avenue, between Commercial
and Mechanic Street. Telephone 86.
All work done by the most modern and
Drugs and Artists' Materials.
Next Door to First National Bank.
LEWIS & McCANDLESS,
212 Commercial St. L, N. LUNBECK, Mgr.
Shoes and Slippers.
15 West Sixth Avenue.
** The place to buy your Christmas goods for a good Christmas dinner,
LADIES', $1.50 to $4.50. MEN'S, $1.50 to $5.00.
Students Invited to Call.