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CENTRAL BARBER SHOP.
(Under Peters Hardware Co ) First Class Service.
Hot and Cold Baths. See us once and you will return. OBLEY & SMITH, Proprietors.
Wm. CLARKE, 21-23 West Sixth Avenue.
S. T. WILSON,
The Star Grocer.
Sixteen Standard Authors.
Uniformly Bound in Cloth.
Longfellow Tanglewood Tales
Franklin Snow. Bound and Other Poems
Whittier Birds and Rees and Sharp Eyes .. Burroughs Rip Van Winkle and Selected Essays . Irving The War of Independence
Fiske A Hunting of the Deer
Warner The Rules of Conduct
Washington Autocrat of of the Breakfast Table Holmes Fables and Folk Stories,
Scudder Christmas Carol and Cricket on Hearth ...Dickens Stories for Children,
Hans Anderson Guliver's Travels
Swift Vicar of Wakefield
Goldsmith The Merchant of Venice
Shakespeare MILTON BRADLEY CO.,
All goods first class. None
Cheaper. Our wagons can. G. H. POWER & Co. vass the city. Try our Proprietors.
goods-you will buy more.
625 Commercial Street.
Holiday Goods, Nuts, Fresh and Canned Fruist,
Choice Fresh Groceries, Etc., Etc.
LAWSON & CANNON,
For this Season
(Successors to Wm. Born.) Butchers and Packers. Keep everything usually kept in a first-class market. Your patronage solicited.
609 Commercial Street,
418 East Ninth Street, H. 0. PALEN, Mgr. Kansas City, Mo.
The Beno Pitman System of Phonography
Ask your Grocer for
we are showing a line of NECKWEAR which includes every shape, every style, every fabric known to the neckwear world, and our whole stock is offered on the foundation of popular prices.
American System of Shorthand. The Pitmanic systems are known under various names, as Benn Pitinan, Sir Isaac Pitman, Graham, Munson, Moran, Dement, Barnes, etc., etc. Any other systems than the Pitmanic are as out of place in the English-speaking world as a foreign language in this country.
Shorthand Work in the State Normal is under the supervision of the department of Bookkeeping and Penmanship. Classes begin each half term. Two teachers-Professor Stevenson and Miss Whitbeck-instruct these classes. Miss Whitbeck also gives lessons in
TYPEWRITING. A new Smith-Premier is furnished by the department. The cost of instruction in shorthand and typewriting is much less than in any other school giving instruction in these subjects known to us.
Dept. of Bookkeeping and Penmanship, State Normal School,
The Children's Fourth Reader.
FLAGS, PENNANTS and WALL BANNERS,
By ELLEN M. CYR.
Oxford Gowns and Caps,
HE CHILDREN'S FOURTH READER has been prepared on the same lines as .... Your Correspondence Solicited....
the Second and Third Readers. The plan adopted in the previous Readers, of
making boys and girls acquainted with a few of our great authors, is continued Address,
in this book. Sketches of Hawthorne, Dickens, Scott, Tennyson, and Irving, are THE M. C. LILLEY & CO., introduced, amply Illustrated with portraits and pictures of the homes of these
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son, R. L. Stevenson, C. D. Warner, Mrs. Ewing, and other authors whose writings Northwestern University
are especially interesting and instructive to pupils as Fourth Reader grade. The
book is fully illustrated with vignette portraits of the authors chosen, besides many MEDICAL SCHOOL. original illustrations, based upon the text and designed especially for this book. This school gave the first graded medical Descriptive circulars of the Cyr Readers sent, postpaid, to any address. Correspondcourse in America, Its standards have always been the highest and its standing
ence cordially invited. the best. The regular course is now four years. The laboratory and clinical facilities merit investigation. For circulars of information address the secretary,
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REV. L. D. BASS, D. D., Manager. Harvard Summer School. 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.
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A Winter of Roses
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and orange blossoms in delightful Southern California. Only 52 hours away from Emporia by The Califor
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Chicago. J. A. LUCUS, Agent, Emporia.
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525 Stimson Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
JOHN G. NORTHINGTON, Dentist, West Sixth Avenue, GROUND FLOOR.
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ELLEN PLUMB'S BOOK STORE.
Fleming & Potter..
EMPORIA NATIONAL BANK. FIRST NATIONAL BANK
W. T. SODEN,
Metropolitan or Gilchrist Barn President,
West Fifth Avenue.
D. M. Davis, Cashier.
Sale, Feed and Boarding
Open all the time. Calls answered day or night. EMPORIA, KANSAS.
Telephone 61. Remember our new location. Capital Stock, $100,000 Capital Stock,
$100,000 WM. THOMPKINS,
....PROPRIETOR.... DANIEL BITLER,
C. S. Cross,
W. MARTINDALE, L. L. HALLECK,
Livery, Feed, Transfer L. T. HERITAGE,
H. H. WHITE,
R. D. THOMAS.
and Boarding Barn,
WAGONETTS For Picnics.
520 Constitution Street,
CITIZENS BANK OF EMPORIA.
MILLER & CALL
Paid Capital $75,000.00.
Vice President L, L, HALLECK,
are in the
A Complete Line of Stationery, Base
Cameras, and Photographic Supplies. 507 Commercial Street,
, Cakes and Cookies, Fruits, Nuts and Confections,
Oysters, Celery and Crackers.
and SLEEP at
WILHITE'S “MIT-WAY” RESTAURANT.
We canvass the city with three wagons. Come
and see us at 627 Commercial Street,
E. W. CARVER & SON
Down-town Headquarters for Students.
Open Day and Night.
The Longest Established Boot and Shoe House
in the City.
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.
The prices are always the lowest. They sell B. B. FLOUR, the best in the city, for only $1.20 per sack.
The Kandy Kitchen
is the only place in
town where you can buy Pure, Fresh Candies.
A Choice Stock of
M. O. MARTIN & SON,
FEED HAY AND GRAIN .
..KRAUM'S DRUG STORE..
When you have expressed your admiration for a fine looking man do not forget to enquire the name of his tailor. Beauty is more than skin deep, but the manifestations of it will always be found soonest on the outside For perfectly de. signed and perfect fitting clothes, see TOM JONES, the Tailor.
805 Commercial Street, Opposite New Pr
ian Church, Emporia, Kansas.
Fine Soda Fountain.
522 Commercial St.
ERE are three items of interest to the ladies, in which we
are particularly well equipped, and we cordially invite
we show all desirable fabrics and, in the ready-made
of New Rings,
G. W. NEWMAN & CO.
Eyes Tested Free.
D. D. Williams & Co.
Young Man, Dress Up!
DON'T BE A FOP, BUT LOOK NEAT.
See a few of them in our south window, 509 Commercial Street.
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.
when in need of FIRST-CLASS CROCERIES
and I will try
to interest you, 004 Commercial St. W. R. GRIFFITH.
The Sehuler Drug Co.,
CHRIS C. SCHULER, Manager,
Leading and Best
....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.
LEWIS & McCANDLESS,
.... Next Door to First National Bank.
DR. A. G. GRAY, Dentist,
(Graduate of Chicago College of Dental Surgery.)
All work done by the most modern and
improved methods. My painless 0. D. STEWART, Propr.
method of extracting is superior to all
others. Also Gas and Vitilized Air. DR. J. J. WRIGHT,
Preservation of the teeth a specialty.
OFFICE: 16 West Sixth Avenue, Emporia, Kan.
... Telephone 5.
Spring-time Has Arrived.
SPRING SUITS ARE IN ORDER.
I will give you the
BEST GOODS AND THE BEST FIT
for the least money.
J. F. WILCOX.
Goods Called for
W. F. BOYLAN,
Physician and Surgeon.
EMPORIA, KANSAS, 313 Commercial St. JNO, E. MARTIN, Proprietor. Office over First NATIONAL BANK.
TEL 100. Finest
Choice BATH ROOMS
HAVANA CIGARS in the City. and TOBACCO
D. W. HAINER, Have your Tonsorial Work Done at the
* DRUGS ELECTRIC BARBER SHOP
Brushes, Combs, Sponges, Fine Perfum16 West Sixth Avenue.
.. Emporia Steam Laundry..
EMPORIA TRANSFER CO.
Hack, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
KEMMER BROS, Proprietors.
FRANTZ & WILSON,
519 Commercial Street,
Shoes and Slippers.
LADIES', $1.50 to $4.50. MEN'S, $1.50 to $5.00.
ery, Toilet Articles and Sundries. H. MULHOLLAND, Prop. Emporia, Kansas.
603 Commercial Street.
Students Invited to Call.