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Corner Book Store ..
The place where all Normal students buy their school books and supplies.
ROWLANDS, JONES & ECKDALL.
Teachers Wanted ! Union Teachers' Agencies of America.
J. F. KENNEY,
REV L D. BASS, D D., MANAGER Pittsburg, Toronto, New Orleans, New York, Washington, San Francisco, Chicago, St. Louis, Denver. There are thousands of positions to be filled We had over 8.000 vacancies during the past season. 1500 teachers needed now to contract for next year. Unqualified facilities for placing teachers in every part of the U. S. and Canada. One fee registers in nine offices. Address all a plicaticos to Saltsburg, Pa.
O GROCERIES DO
15 West Sixth Avenue.
- The place to buy the best groceries at lowest living prices.
Professors and Students :
Do you know that there is a place just One Block West of Com -
Wishing to Close Out
the large stock of Felt Hats and Trimmed Goods, will sell for Ten Days all goods AT ONE-HALF PRICE!
Felt Hats worth $1.50 for 75 Cents. Felt Hats worth $1.00 for 50 Cents. All Ribbons and Feathers at
626 Commercial Street.
RAITINGER BROS., Prop's.
Clark, Bates & Glazier, Lumber, Coal and Building Material.
S. T. WILSON,
The Hess Perfumes, Cold
to be the finest on the market.
625 Commercial Street.
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED.
Holiday Goods, Nuts, Fresh and Canned Fruist,
Choice Fresh Groceries, Etc., Etc.
Stamped Linens at Cost. Belding's Silks for Art Work. The Most Perfect Shadings.
L. M. FLINT.
Solicitor Wanted !
All goods first-class. None
Cheaper. Our wagons can. G. H. POWER & Co. vass the city. Try our Proprietors.
goods-you will buy more.
We want an industrious young
Supplies and Klondike
Outfits. SCHMELZER ARMS CO.. 710, 712, 714 Main St.,
Kansas City, Mo.
to seleet clothing from our stock, we
have such a variety.
gathering news and soliciting.
MeCORD & MeCORD.
to decide upon what you want, tor
our prices are low.
VAN R. HOLMES & SON,
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance.
JONES & SONS.
By ADELAIDE V. FINCH, Principal of the Normal Training School, Lewiston, Me.; formerly of the Minneapolis Public Schools.
Your children will like to read the text and will enjoy the
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.
(Vertigraph). And others for all
AS A BUSINESS!
If you desire to advance in your profession; if
you wish to be prepared to command higher salaries; if you wish to know what the world has done to educate the people and what methods the best teachers are now pursuing in their work; if you expect to be worthy of your calling in every respect-you cannot afford to be without
The Teacher's Practical Library
From Education Extension, December, 1897.
This little volume is worth its weight in gold to any teacher or any one else, for that matter. The person who reads it and finds at the end of the year that it has not been worth dollars to him, is beyond help.
Best." The One Great Standard Authority,
So writes Hon. D. J. Brewer,
Justice C. S. Supreme Court.
Specimen pages sent on application to
CAUTION. Do not be deceived
in buying small soDICTIONARY called
“Webster's Dictionaries." All
From the New England Journal of Education,
December 2, 1897. Mr. Bardeen is one of the brightest, keenest, wisest men who write and talk upon educational topics. He passed his fiftieth birthday in August, and celebrated it by writing fifty letters to as many people with whom he has had pleasant pro. fessional, personal, and business relations, and one hazards nothing in saying that if those letters could be printed, they would make as delightful reading as has been put between covers in many a day. On the same day he gave to the printers the four addresses, delivered July 9 and 17, 1885, July 8, 1891, and July 12, 1897, upon "The Teacher as He Should Be," "Teaching as a Business for Men,” “The Teacher's Commercial Value," and “Fitting Teachers to Places."
It would not be easy to place one's hand upon four addresses upon education written by one man since the days of Horace Mann, so sensible, so readable, so vigorous, so keen as these. In thought, in illustration, in phrasing, in humor, they are practically matchless in modern educa tional issues. Since Mr. Bardeen's charming story of "Roderick Hume," it has been very generally regretted that the cares of an active business prevented his giving the public the advantages of his literary and professional genius, and this wholesome volume will be welcomed by many a professional admirer, as well as by his personal friends. Teaching will be a better business because of the book. 16mo, pp. 186. Cloth, $1.00; Manilla, 50.
C. W. BARDEEN, Publisher,
WEBSTER'S ACADEMIC DICTIONARY
WEBSTER'S HIGH SCHOOL DICTIONARY
WESTERS CLIMEN SCHOOL
authenticabridgments of the International in the various sizes bear our trade-mark on the front cover as shown in the cuts. 00000000
WEBSTER'S PRIMARY SQ DOL
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
State Normal Monthly
*The Kansas State Normal School.* Emporia, Kansas, adeo FEBRUARY, Eighteen_Hundred and Ninety-eight Volume Tent*** Number Five
JOHN G. NORTHINGTON, Dentist, West Sixth Avenue, GROUND FLOOR.
To buy your School Books (New or Second-hand), Ink, Pens, Pencils,
ELLEN PLUMB'S BOOK STORE. 521 Commercial Street,
..KRAUM'S DRUG STORE. COAL, WOOD, FLOUR and FEED
ROYAL. PHOENIX NORTHERN SPRINGFIELD.
All Old Reliable Companies
Fine Soda Fountain.
522 Commereial St. 1
Prices as Lour as the louest.
when in need of
and I will try
to interest you. 004 Commercial St. W. R. GRIFFITH.
THE NORMAL gives attentiðn to Normal trade only. Students who trade with us need
have no fear of getting inferior goods, intended for the country trade. BOOK STOREX
We keep a smaller stock than others, but it is select and first-class.
J. M. KNOX, Proprietor.
DR. L. D. JACOBS,
The Schuler Drug Co.,
DR. JOHN E. MORGAN,
DR. J. J. WRIGHT,
J. T. WEBSTER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Residence: 422 Exchange St. Tel. 89. Office: 423 Commercial, over Morris' Drug Store.
Residence: 929 West Street. Office: First room at head of first stairway south of First National Bank.
... Telephone 5.
CHRIS. C. SCHULER, Manager,
Leading and Best Fancy Goods
....Brands of Cigars. Superior Writing Tablets at Your Own Price. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day or Night. English, German and Welsh Spoken.
W. H. THOMAS, Pharmaceutist,
E. W. WAGONER,
DR. A. G. GRAY, Dentist, (Graduate of Chicago College of Dental Surgery.)
All work done by the most modern and
Preservation of the teeth a specialty. OFFICE: 16 West Sixth Avenue, Emporia, Kan.
On the Corner Over First National Bank,
LEWIS & McCANDLESS,
Gives gas for extracting. Uses electricity in filling teeth. Does crown, bridge and plate work.
.... Next Door to First National Bank.
OFFICE OVER FIPS NATIONAL BANK.
Goods Called for and Delivered Free.
Send Your Linen to ..Emporia Steam Laundry.. 331 Commercial St.
JNO. E. MARTIN, Proprietor.
D. W. HAINER,
*DRUCS de Brushes, Combs, Sponges, Fine Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Sundries.
603 Commercial Street,
The Longest Established Boot and Shoe House
in the City
Choice BATH ROOMS
HAVANA CIGARS in the City.
and TOBACCO Have your Tonsorial Work Done at the ELECTRIC BARBER SHOP
16 West Sixth Avenue.
C. P. THEIS. Try us and be convinced that we are the cheapest, and that our goods are superior. Repairing skilfully done. ...422% Commercial Street.
H. MULHOLLAND, Prop.