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Nine out of every ten teachers make it a rule to give pupils some little token at close of school;: but the difficulty heretofore has been to find something of real value, something that would be kept, without too great cost. This difficulty is now obviated by the use of our beautiful

SCHOOL SOUVENIRS,

which consist of two cards or more (according to number of pupils) tied together with silk cord. On the first is printed the name of school, town, teachers, date, officers, or such special matter as you may desire, in bright gold letters, and on the second the names of all the pupils in the school. Heavy embossed ivory-finished cards, specially made for this purpose, are used, and the Souvenirs are highly artistic in every respect. In addition to their attractive appearance they contain matter which renders them so valuable that they will be highly prized and always kept.

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HOW TO ORDER.-Use two sheets of paper. On the first place all items referring to the school which you
On the second sheet write very plainly and carefully the names of the pupils. Order as many cards as you
have pupils, and most teachers order a dozen or more additional to give to school officers, friends, etc.
Orders can be filled in two days, but we prefer two weeks. Send money with order in any convenient form.
wish printed. Name district, township, trustee, teacher, date, term, etc.
Stamps taken.

PRICE LIST 15 or less, 90c.; 15 to 20, $1.10; 20 to 25, $1.25.

In ordering more than 25 end $1.25 for first 25, and three cents for each additional card.

Photographic Souvenirs, 25 per cent extra.

BOTH CARDS PRINTED IN GOLD LETTERS, THE INK ALONE COSTING $6.00 PER POUND.

SOUVENIRS.-Photograph of Teacher or School Building on face card only 25 per cent. extra. Beautiful special design on these cards which serves as frame for photo.

Sample Souvenir free to any addres.

KIMBALL & HARRIS CO.. Department H, 137 E. 8th Street, NEW YORK CITY.

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SOLID WHITE OAK

Light Antique Finish.

Automatic

Represents the only progressive step that has been taken in the Art of Building

School Desks

In the last Quarter of a Century.

Strong and Durable Beyond all Question.
Peerless in Comfort and Convenience.

Faultlessly Beautiful.

Honestly Made.

SEND FOR CATALOGUE.

Columbia School of Oratory.

SUMMER SESSION, JULY 5-30, 1898.

Public Readers' Course, Teachers' Course, Public Speakers' Course, W. C. T. U. Workers' Course, Beginners' Course.

Twelve Recitals and Lectures free to all members of the School.

The School is located in Steinway Hall, between Michigan and Wabash Aves., within a block of the lake, insuring comfort on the hottest days.

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SUMMER THINKING.

Send 2 cent stamp for 14 Wherewithal Coupons,
and 11 Reviews to the

WHEREWITHAL BOOK CO.
Phila Bourse, Philadelphia, Pa.
A book incident unparalleled and School also.

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Summer School, July 6-August 18.

Ann Abor is a delightful place for summer residence and the summer school offers opportunities to do work in all lines of academic study. For information address

E. A. LYMAN, Chairman, 325 East Liberty Str.,

See
that

The Thirty-Ninth Annual Session opens Septem- Hole?

ber 14, 1898.

The College curriculum embraces the

following features.

1. A Four Years' Graded Collegiate Course.

2. Hospital and Dispensary Clinical instruction

by the College Staff.

3. Fourteen General Clinics and Sixty Sub-Clinics each and every week of the Season.

4. During the Year Ending April 1, 1897, there were WHAT Treated in the Hospital and Dispensary by our own staff, 29,854 cases.

5. Actual Laboratory Instruction in Thoroughly Equipped Laboratories.

For Announcement and Sample Copy of Clinique, address the Registrar, JOSEPH P. CUBB, M. D., C. H. VILAS, M. D., Dean,

2811-13 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago

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To insert a pointed instrument and eject the pen from the holder, to prevent the ink from flowing back into the holder and soiling the fingers.

Samples on receipt of return postage. Ask for Vertical Pens No. 37.

SPENCERIAN PEN CO.,

450 Broome Street, New York, N. Y.

A Good Way to Spend the Summer

is to take a Special Normal Course for Teachers and Others.

AMERICAN COLLEGE

OFFERS COURSES IN

Dramatic Art, Oratory, Elocution,__Delsarte, Physical Culture Acting, Piano,
Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Vocal Music and Dancing, Teachers
Course, and also Telegraphy, Shorthand, Etc.

WRITE FOR PARTICULARS.

Increase your chances for earning money and cultivate your talent by attending the American College. Diplomas granted for work done. Chicago, on account of the lake breezes, has the finest summer climate in the world. Tuition very moderate and board as reasonable in Chicago as in the country.

The American College is located on the third floor of the Great Northern Building, eighteen stories high, finished in marble and mahogany, located in the heart of the city. The American College is the largest in the world, and this year offers special inducements to students from out of town. Address

AMERICAN COLLEGE, Third Floor Great Northern Theatre Building, 77 Jackson Boulevard.

AGENTS WANTED.-Free samples. Several teachers earn large commissions. BRATTICE, 243 Pearl, New York.

CABLE

PIANO CO.,

80 WHITEHALL ST., Atlanta, Ga.

H. B. MORENUS, Manager.

Headquarters for High Grade Pianos and Organs. Wholesale & Retail Publishers and Jobbers of Sheet Music.

The Strongest Music House in the South.

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Drawing Papers and our Illustrated Catalogue of Drawing Kits, Pencils, Rulers, Compasses, Easel Kits and

BRADLEY'S STANDARD WATER COLORS.

MILTON BRADLEY CO.,

Grand Building.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA.

Also at NEW YORK, KANSAS CITY, SPRINGFIELD, MASS.

West Virginia University

MORGANTOWN, W. VA.

The Summer Quarter will begin July I and continue twelve weeks.

It will be divided into two terms of six weeks each. Teachers will find the summer quarter especially attractive. Numerous courses in pedagogy and inspiring lectures on educational subjects.

Summer Quarter work will count toward a degree the same as work in any other quarter. All departments will be in full operation In addition to the regular faculty, eminent specialists from other institutions will lecture-among them

DR. LESTER F. WARD, author of "Dynamic Sociology;"
MISS JANE ADDAMS, of Hull House, Chicago;
PROF. CHARLES ZUEBLIN, of the University of Chicago;
PRESIDENT E BENJ. ANDREWS, of Brown University;
PROF. B. A. HINSDALE, of the University of Michigan;

DR. A. E. WINSHIP, editor of the Journal of Education, and others.

Expenses for the Entire Quarter, including tuition and board, may be made less than $65. 0, and for a term of six weeks, half this amount.

Instruction is given by Correspondence to those who cannot attend in person. The University grants no degrees for work done entirely by correspondence, but work so done may count toward a degree. Students may take complete college courses and receive degrees by taking correspondence work during the year and attending the University during successive summer quarters. For complete announcements address

JEROME H. RAYMOND, President, Morgantown, W. Va.

UNION TEACHERS' AGENCIES OF AMERICA.

Rev. L. D. BASS, D.D.. Manager.

Pittsburg, Pa., Toronto, Can., New Orleans, La., New York, N. Y., Washington, D. C., San Francisco, Cal., Chicago, Ill., St. Louis, Mo, and Denver, Colorado.

There are thousands of positions to be filled soon. We had over 8,000 vacancies during the past season. Unqualified facilities for placing teachers in every part of the U. S. and Canada, as over 95 per cent. of those who registered before August secured positions. One fee registers in 9 offices. Addr. ss all applications to Saltsburg, Pa.

THE PARENT OF INDEPENDENT NORMALS.

FOUNDED IN 1855.

THE NATIONAL NORMAL UNIVERSITY, LEBANON, OHIO.

This famous institution is permanently located at Lebanon, Ohio, midway between Cincinnati and Dayton, n the heart of the Miami valley, famous for its health and beauty and the hospitality of its people.

This institution enjoys the distinction of having sent out more competent and successful instructors than any other school. The leading teachers in most Normal Schools have received their training here. Its graduates are found in every State and Territory, and are holding the best and most lucrative į ositions in all professions and in all kinds of business. It has trained more than one hundred thousand young men and women for useful careers.

THE MANY MARKED IMPROVEMENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN MADE during the past year in buildings, in equipments and in the faculty, enables it to do better than ever before, to maintain its reputation of giving THE BEST PRACTICAL EDUCATION AT THE LEAST EXPENSE OF TIME AND MONEY.

DEPARTMENTS--Common Branches, Preparatory, Business, Tachers, Scientific, English, Class'cal, Liberal Arts, Law, Medical, Engineering, Fhonography, Typewriting, Music, Elocution, Fine Arts, Pen anship, Pha: macy. CALENDAR-June 8 ssion, (teacher's institut:) opens June 6, 1897. September session, (beginning of School year) opens September 7, 1897. November session opens November 2, 1897. January s ssion opens D cember 8, 1897. March session opens February 23, 1898. April session opens April 20 1898 June session opens June 15 1898.

Tui ion $8.00 per session. Room rent 35c. to 75c. per week. Good board at $1.25 to $1.50 er week. Entire expense, including tuit on, room rent, board and book rent need not exceed $2.50 to $3.00 per week. Send for new illustrated cata ogue. Addre s, C. K. HAMILTON, Sec. & Gen. Mgr., LEBANON, OHIO.

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IT'S COOL AT

THE WIGWAM

INDIAN SPRINGS, GA.

No trouble about the heat here, always a re-
freshing breeze through the spacious veran-
das and halls. Just the place for rest and
recreation. Delightful music. An excellent
band. Every player an artist on his or her
special instrument. And the water of the
famous Indian Springs quickly drives the
fever, malaria, and kindred diseases from the
system. Perfect cuisine and service at The
Wigwam, with low rates, make it the ideal
place for the annual meeting of the Georgia
Teachers' Association.

For Room Reservations write early.

T. C. PARKER, Proprietor. Indian Springs, Ga.
C. E. HOOPER, Manager,

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