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Writing Esterbrook Steel Pen Co.
has now become so popular that the
We are now offering an unrivalled list of beautiful and inexpensive pictures for schools, class-rooms, and libraries. These cover a wide variety of the choicest subjects in ancient and modern art, historic monuments and sculptures, famo buildings, noted bits of European and American scenery, portraits of celebrities, etc., especially adapted for class gifts.
Four Exquisite Reproductions in Color:
Capitol at Washington.
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have brought out
THREE NEW PENS
These pens are made with firm points making a clear, distinct outline without regard to shading and have a remarkable durability.
If not already supplied in your school, principals should become acquainted with their merits. Orders can be sent to the local stationer, but if impossible to procure in this way, we will supply direct.
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Water Color Box No, 13. (Three cakes and two brushes) (Twelve cakes and two brushes) For Primary Work.
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OUTLINES FOR WATER COLOR WASHES.
Decorative figures printed in outline, on 6 x 6 sheets of heavy white paper, very desirable for primary practice in laying flat washes of colors. Put up in packages of 100 sheets, assorted if desired. Twenty-eight different styles.
SUGGESTIONS FOR COLOR TEACHING. This book presents, in a simple and systematic manner, the educational principles involved in the teaching of Color. It suggests a sequence of practical exercises for class-room work in primary and grammar grades, and gives devices which the best teachers have found desirable and successful. Includes miniature fac-similes, in their actual colors, of Color Charts for sctool-room use.
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A. J. SMITH,
It will be easy to make money during the war if you adapt your business to war conditions. We desire to employ a number of teachers during the 1898 vacation, or longer, to travel for us and appoint local organizers in each community. If you do not wish to leave home or devote your entire time, we can offer you a position as local organizer. No book selling in either case. Neither position will conflict with your school duties. Many teachers already at liberty are finding with us employment at once lucrative and in harmony with their tastes and education. We are ready to consider your application NOW, even should your vacation begin much later. For confidential, sealed proposition concerning salary, commission, etc , address A. H. MONROE, Prest., Dept. K, 8. 320-324 Dearborn St., Chicago.
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Three Weeks, beginning July 5, 1898. OPEN TO ALL
By Members of the Regular Faculty of the Chicago Normal School.
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS. knowledged Specialists, for $5.00. Experienced Solicitors say, -"]t is the best thing on the road," and they WILBUR S. JACKMAN, Manager, 6916 Perry Ave., Chicago, Ill. report $100.00 to $200.00 per month net above expenses Large commissions; Guaranteed Salary and expenses if desired. Address with i eferences.
H. E. HOLT'S NORMAL INSTITUTE OF VOCAL HARMONY. H. PARMELEE LIBRARY CO., Chicago, Ills
Fifteenth annual session opens July 12th and closes with graduating exercises July 29th, 1898.
The greatest triumph for educational science in the last half century is its application in teaching vocal music as made by Mr. H. E. Holt of Boston in his new Normal Method called “Vocal Harmony." A new course of study and a new work on Vocal Harmony now in preparation by Mr. Holt will be ready for the coming session. Send for circulars. Address,
Mrs. H. E. HOLT, Sec., Box 109, Lexington, Mass.
Dubuque Summer School of Normal Methods
The mental discipline acquired in teaching particularly fits for the study of medicine.
August 1 to August 27, 1898. When woman's acute perceptions are augmented by a thorough preparation for the Professional and Academic Work. All phases of School Work will be treated by some of practice of medicine she enters a field of un- the most noted specialists. For catalog address limited possibilities. THE WOMAN'S MEDICAL SCHOOL
B. J. HORCHEM or J. E. WELSH, of NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Dubuque, Iowa. offers teachers a course of study possible to the
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TEN arranged so that graduates shall be thoroughly
DEGREES prepared for successful practice from the first. For circular and information, address
, COOLER JOHN RIDLON, M.D.,
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for Bicycling. Mainland. Cottage City, Mass.
OUT IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN. SCHOOL OF METHODS - Elementary: 3 Weeks 20 Instructors. ,
SCHOOL OF METHODS - High School: 3 Weeks - 20 Instructors. 1898.
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BENTON'S HAPPY METHOD IN NUMBER.
EASY YETHOD OF TEACHING PRIMARY NUMBER BY A PRIMARY TEACHER.
A Manual of Instruction for Toachers and Mothers Based on the Principles of Froebel.
More than two years of work systematized to meet the needs of the Little People and Teachers.
A minimum of board work-a maximum of seat work. “Suggestions on the Multiplication Table are worth the price of the book."
Cloth, 8 vo. 177 illustrations. Price, 75 cents. Copies can be obtained directly of the author. Address
EMILY E. BENTON,
Edited by SUSAN N. CARTER, Cooper Union, N. Y. 7. Sketching from Nature. .
By THOMAS ROWBOTHAM, 8. Landscape Painting in Oil Colors.
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Price, 15 cents each. Complete set of 8 to One address for 81.00
The Children's Hour
A SONG BOOK FOR SCHOOL AND HOME
by Frank L. Sealy, Conductor of the Newark
Damrosch in the New York
Oratorio Society, etc.
A New Song Book
" The volumes are brought out with great neatness of typographical execution, and cannot fail to command the attention of students.”—N. Y. Tribune.
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Brooks's Normal Rudiments of Arithmetic
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By EDWARD BROOKS, A. M , Ph D.
Superintendent of Philadelphia Public Schools. Is the introductory book of Dr. Brooks's New Series of Arithmetics, the higher book being called the Normal Standard Arithmetic. The Rudiments begins with the first treatment of number for the young child and leads by easy gradation, clear method, ample drill and frequent review to a complete grasp of the fundamental operations and practices. To this is added a brief but sufficient treatment of Decimals, Bills and Accounts, Denominate Numbers and Interest. There is no Elementary Arithm tic in the field so clear, thorough, logical, and satisfactory as Brocks's Rudiments.
Weish's First Lessons in English.
By JUDSON PERRY WELSH, A. M Ph.D.
Principal of Bloomsburg, Pa. State Normal School. Is a new illustrated introductory book for the teaching of language. It is followed by IVelsh's Practical English Grammar. The First Lessons des arts enough from the ordinary so-called "language lesson ” books to show that it is based upon good sense. Beitzel's Primary Word-Builder.
By A. J. BEITZEL, A M., Late Superintendent o, Schools of Cumberland County, Pa. A logical, illustrated spelling book, the result of practical experience in common schools. The best spelling book which has appeared for several years.
Llo,d's Literature for Little Folks.
By MISS ELIZABETH LLOYD.
614 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
400 SUBJECTS A Beautiful Gift for Your Pupils
OF ALL GRADES SEND STAMP FOR CATALOGUE AND SAMPLE. This picture does not show their real beauty. They are printed on better paper and with great care. Henry Turner Bailey says: “I congratulate you upon the quality of the repoductions and upon making the masterpieces available for even the humblest student.” The 29 pictures recommended by Mr. Bailey for Picture Study in the first nine grades sent for 39 cents.
Catalogue of 300 pictures for School-Room Decoration sent for a stamp.
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Christ Blessing Little Children
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Madonna of the Chair