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Coughs

and Colds

Wednesday to darn, to fix, to mend,

Helping to make up the bed. Plenty of sewing, you may depend.

Taking good care of the baby,

Watching her lest she should fall, Thursday — shopping or visiting we go,

We little children are busy, Then we are all dressed in our best, you Yes, there is work for us all. know.

Planting the corn and potatoes, Friday, oh, then we scrub the floor,

Helping to scatter the seeds, Sweep the rugs, and dust much more.

Feeding the pigs and the chickens,

Freeing the garden from weeds. Saturday, stir and mix and bake,

Driving the cows from the pasture,

Are removed by Vinol, our Cod So tired we can hardly keep awake.

Feeding the horse in the stall.

Liver and Iron Tonic, because

We little children are busy, Sunday, that day of all is the best,

Yes, there is work for us all.

it is a constitutional remedy. So glad it is here - now we can rest.

Work makes us cheerful and happy, Use the following with small table

Makes us grow healthy and strong; and dishes to teach even small children Play we enjoy all the better, how to properly set a table.

When we have labored so long;

Gladly we help our kind parents,
I like to help my mother

Quickly we come at their call.

Children should love to be busy,
Set the table every day,
And when the meal is over,

Yes, there is work for us all.
I help put things away.
I always wipe the knives and forks,
And lay them very straight,

Thousands Census
And put a spoon most carefully

Jobs Open to Teachers
By every person's plate.

The 1920 census opens up 5000 clerical
My mother often says tbat I'm positions which must be filled at once.

Here is Proof:
The best help ever was,

Teachers are specially fitted not only to
She smiles at me and praises me,

Manistee, Mich. — “I was in a weak,
stand well on the examinations, but to
And I am glad she does.

run-down condition as the result of a receive quick advancement after appoint

chronic cough and cold so that I often ment, Those interested can get a free had to stay at home from work. Vinol Then use the motions to illustrate list of positions obtainable and free stopped the cough, broke up my cold the activities indicated by the follow sample questions by dropping a postal at

and built me up after other medicines ing: once to Franklin Institute, Dept. N220,

had failed.” -- MARGARET DALE. Rochester, N. Y. Immediate action is It's the beef and cod liver peptones, I like to help my mother

necessary as the examinations will be held iron and manganese pertonates and Beat the rugs with loud strong whacks, everywhere January 7.

hypophosphites contained in Vinol that And I like to shake the curtains,

makes it such a successful remedy for And pull out carpet tacks.

chronic coughs, colds and bronchitits.

It is not a paliative like cough syrups, I like to dust the furniture, GO TO EUROPE AT OUR EXPENSE.

but a remedy of the cause. Try it on And clean the pantry, too,

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40th year September, 1919, Helpsul and cheerful as child could be. "I love you, mother, again they said

“AS NECESSARY TO A TEACHER AS A MEDICAL JOURNAL TO A PHYSICIAN." Three little children going to bed; How do you think that mother guessed Which of them really loved her best? Use the following with appropriate

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Sweeping and washing the dishes,
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HOME STUDY

Oui Little Citizens

in the lower grades could have the names of the articles written.

Grades I and II can count their possessions and put the figures Etta V. Leighton

down; perhaps Grade II can add all the totals. It would be

a splendid demonstration of the value if the teacher could Civic Secretary, National Security League

show the children an amount in bills and coin equal to the (Book rights reserved)

value of the furnishings, and the property they are using. This January, 1920, must be more than “Happy New Year"

is a thrift lesson and if the sum were large, the teacher could month for teachers and children. There can hardly be a teacher

no doubt get some business man to show the children the amount anywhere who is not seriously impressed by the need of teaching

of money and talk to them for a few minutes of how many other even to the little tots the ideals of our government assailed now

things that money could buy if anyone did not realize that it on every hand. These children now in our classrooms are as

should be spent to help the children to become good, wise

Americans. much to be pitied as the little children in France and Belgium were while battle was raging about them. Some of the little

Teach Definition of Capital French and Belgian children will never be anything but feeble- Whether you demonstrate the value by using the actual minded, so great was the mental strain under which they lived money or not, make the children understand that this furniture and tried to grow. Some of our children will never be mentally and these materials are the tools with which they work, that normal unless we can take special pains to counteract the they are “Capital,” because through their use certain products terribly dangerous atmosphere of unrest in which they are in the way of written lessons, etc., and knowledge are produced. trying to live.

Above all, make everyone know that “Capital” is not just We have the child five hours a day, he sleeps about eight, money. It is not something that a few rich men have. It is leaving eleven hours when he is exposed to other than school not something taken away from the poor man. Capital in its influences. In his five hours with us, we must develop strong money form is accumulated savings invested in production and concepts of growth, of building, of individual ownership to negative everyone of us who has money in a savings bank or in life the doctrines of destruction and revolution that are part of insurance, everyone of us who has tools and material to work the atmosphere to-day in every community.

with, is a capitalist.

Don't say, “My children are too small to understand.” Stock-Taking

Your children are not too small to hear, and in their homes The children will know that January is "stock-taking"

and on the street they are hearing the words “capital” and month -- that business men know that they must keep track

"capitalist” used as something that menaces the lives and of what they own if they intend to do a profitable business.

that must be destroyed. If you don't try to simplify the truth By schoolroom attempts at stock-taking, by playing store.

for even small children, you are a left-handed emissary of the counteract the wicked and foolish notion now gaining currency

Reds. that there is something wrong in seeking profit. The wild

Plain Living and High Thinking agitators are demanding that all industry be run for “service Let us return to this slogan of the good old Americans. No not profit” – nine-tenths of them don't know what they mean, nation was ever more prosperous than this. If the truth were the remaining tenth know that human nature and human told about the High Cost of Living, it would be seen that profhonesty require that people shall profit by their work or by ligate spending and under production due to strikes are the their investment. The agitators want to make profits all right, cause of the greater part of the increase in prices. but they want to divide these profits among themselves and they Use stories of the Pilgrim children to teach thrift. Coare building up in the public mind an idea that makes a robber operate with the Government in all its thrift activities. Above of every man who, through saving, investment, or business, all, show how cheap and degrading, how vulgar, profligate makes a profit on what he does.

spending is. No good American is paying extravagant prices Splendid exercises in drawing, penmanship and arithmetic for luxuries. The good Americans are trying to save, to make can be made of this stock-taking in the schoolroom. Its value their earnings last as long as possible to live decently, not as civics is to build up several ideas:

extravagantly. It is the cheap, ignorant, flashy type that is

engaged in an orgy of spending. No class is suffering more 1 “Counting our blessings, remembering our joys” as

from this than the teacher. Surely we can put our hearts into counteractant of rest and discontent.

teaching a refined, cultured standard of living. 2 Creating a business sense desirability of always knowing

Let us make an inventory of where one stands financially. 3 Teaching the making of inventories and their use in

Personal Property obtaining insurance or loans.

Let the children put in everything they possess

toys and 4 Creating a sense of ownership, interest and pride in one's

all. The idea is to build up in the them concepts of possession possessions and desire to get the best use of them.

and contentment and thrift. Tell them to list damaged toys 5 Teaching the distinction between real estate and personal

and then see if these damaged toys can be repaired as a manual property and noting the community tax on real estate and the

training exercise and donated to other children or to hospitals. tax on personal property.

It is said that the aliens among us who wish to overthrow our 6 Teaching the difference between luxuries and necessities.

Government get more money in a week now than they used to Showing that books, pictures, etc., ought not be classed as

be able to save in several years. They were contented until the luxuries.

agitators preached to them against our country and now, though 7 Creating a feeling of gratitude towards parents and

some of them make over a hundred dollars a week, they call community for advantages given.

themselves wage slaves and want to take over the factories for 8 Creating a respect for property, the feeling that personal

themselves. Their discontent was artificially created by and private property must not be harmed or wasted. This

agitators. feeling is most important.

Uncle Sam's Census It has been said that no truly sane person can destroy prop

Tell the children that Uncle Sam takes stock of his people erty. The firebug, who sets fire to property, is clearly insane.

every ten years, and that 1920 is a census year. Tell them the The person who preaches destruction of property is likewise

first census bill was passed in 1790 — let them find out how mentally unbalanced. One of our greatest tasks is to prevent

many times the census has been taken. Let them take a census wanton destruction by young people. The destructive instinct

of their own family (fine opportunity for spelling, reading, can be cured by cultivating the imagina.ion so that the child

writing — fine opportunity for teacher to become better accan put himself in the owner's place, and this can be done only

quainted). when the child has himself a strong property feeling for his own Tell them that Uncle Sam wants to know everyone's name, possessions School Property

place of birth, age, occupation, whether the children are in

school or at work, and whether everyone can read and write Think of the pleasant counting and writing lessons in making English. Stress on this last part may increase interest in out a school property stock sheet. The third and fourth grades Americanization work. We don't realize our power. What we might make the inventory sheets for the entire building as a draw- put into the minds of the children reacts powerfully on their ing lesson. A triplicate set of sheets for each teacher might be parents. It is a moving and pathetic sight to see little children lettered as an upper grade drawing lesson, but the sheets used bring their mothers to evening school to learn English, because

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Notes from the Savings Division,

United States Treasury
PRIMARY EDUCATION DIRECTORY

Department
OF LEADING TEACHERS' AGENCIES

Educators and school heads of Penn

sylvania have called upon the DepartAn honest, painstaking, efficient teachers' agency is

ment of Public Instruction of the state a very serviceable institution for school boards and to provide for the teaching of thrift teachers. The right teacher in the right position

as a part of the required state course

of study for schools. This action was means the highest success for both teacher and pupil. taken at the Educational Congress re

cently held at Harrisburg under the auspices of the State Department of Public Instruction.

The congress, which was composed of prominent educators of Pennsylvania,

including city and county superintendents ESTABLISHED 1890.

and high school principals, took a deMiss E. F. FOSTER, Manager.

cided stand in favor of making both Telephone Connection

Miss T. M. HASTINGS, Acting Manager teaching of thrift and a system of savings 6 Beaoon Street, Boston.

by means of government securities such

as Thrift and War Savings Stamps in The Salary your qualificatioas deserve is locreased by an agency registration.

schools, a required part of public pro

cedure in all communities. A comTHE FICKETT TEACHERS' AGENCY mittee of seven, headed by Prof. George F.

Zook of Pennsylvania State College, EDWARD W. FICKETT, Manager,

was appointed to draw up a detailed 8 Beacon Street, Boston.

program of thrift teaching for the public Teachers Wanted at Once for all Grades.

REGISTER NOW.

instruction for approval.

One section of the congress devoted Employ an agency to act as your business manager.

itself to thrift education and reports THE

of Boston,

made to this section indicated such 120 Boylston St. instruction already was well organized

in many of the schools of the state. RECOMMENDS TEACHERS, TUTORS AND SCHOOLS.

The Resolution adopted by the Thrift

Section stated:
Have you ever registered with an agency? It pays.

Whereas the Federal Government, POSITIONS OF ALL KINDS FOR TEACHERS CO-OPERATIVE INSTRUCTORS' ASS'N|| Department, has requested the schools

through the United States Treasury Write us what you want. Free Literature. Address

MARION, IND.

of the country to continue the sale of Government Savings Stamps and to

develop a permanent system of thrift It is always wise to have "a friend at the Court of Cæsar." Register Now!

education, and TEACHERS' AGENCY A superior agency for superior

Whereas the National Education Assopeople

. We register only reli- ciation in a resolution of July 5, 1919, 366 Fifth Ave., NEW YORK

urged that "all elementary schools, Between 34th and 35th Sts. able candidates. Services free

secondary schools and higher schools Established 1855 CHARLES W. MULFORD, Prop. to school officials.

make compulsory the teaching of thrift and savings and thereby give it a place

SCHERMERHORN

ALBANY TEACHERS' AGENCY of permanence in the curriculum," and

The Pratt Teachers' Agency

has good positions for good teachers with good records

Whereas Dr. Thomas E. Finegan, Harlan P. French, Pres., W. W. Andrews, Sec'y, 81 Chapel St., Albany, N.Y. State Superintendent of Public Instruc

tion for Pennsylvania, has stated in a This is an age of specialists — it's an agency's business to place teachers.

letter to Mr. E. P. Passmore, Governor

of the Third Federal Reserve District, 70 Fifth Avenue dated October 9, 1919, “I am in favor NEW YORK

of incorporating in a revised curriculum Recommends college and normal graduates, specialists, and other teachers to colleges, public and private for the public schools the subject of

schools in all parts of the country. Advises parents about schools.

Wm. 0. PRATT, Manager

thrift”: Agencies are daily helping others; they will help you.

Therefore, be it Resolved that the Thrift Session of the Educational Congress held

under the direction of the Department WESTERN

POSITIONS, WESTERN CANADA
Teachers holding four year High School Course, one year State Normal, salaries $90 to $100 per

of Public Instruction of Pennsylvania, TEACHERS' Engagements commencing February March, April and May continue til Christmas! month. Engagements commencing October, November and January continue till July ist

. meeting at Harrisburg, November 20, 1919, to-day for particulars. State qualifications.

heartily endorses the approval given BUREAU WINNIPEG, CANADA

to the Government Savings Movement

by Superintendent Finegan and urges NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY that in the proposed revision of the INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

curriculum of the public schools of PennWe can give you promotion in lines of higher salary; better location; improved subject schedules. sylvania, the teaching of thrift and the MARY FRANCES WILSON, Proprietor

sale of Government Savings Stamps should be made compulsory and given

a definite and permanent place. THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES 2360 Overton Pk. Circle, Memphis, Tenn.

Determination among the school leaders 2A Park Street, Boston, Mass. 809 Citle Bldg., Birmingham, Ala. 509 Journal Bldg., Portland, Ore. of Great Britain that the lessons of 156 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y 28 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Ill. 2161 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, Cal. 549 Union Arcade, Pittsburgh, Pa. 317 Masonic Temple, Denver, Col. 510 Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.

thrift and careful living and spending

gained during the war and since, shall (Teachers Agencies Continued Page Opposite)

not be lost, has led to the establishment

Write

of the Continuation Schools which will open formally in January.

PRIMARY EDUCATION DIRECTORY These schools form a part of the educational reform now being effected in OF LEADING TEACHERS' AGENCIES England as a result of post war conditions. The Continuation Schools are

(Continued from Page Opposite) meant to bridge the gap between the time when the ordinary boy leaves school

The teachers' agency is a legitimate and helpful institution. and the time when he settles down to

Some of the very best and very successful educators a life vocation. Their influence on the in public schools, colleges and private schools have life of the community, according to

been put there by means

of teachers' agencies. British officials, will not lie merely in acquirement of knowledge. Behind these scholastic advantages will be others

THE no leșs potent for the good of the nation. “There is in the present training of

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LIES IN THE BUSY BUSINESS WORLD The busy business world offers wonderful chances for big The easiest way for you to enter this opportunity-laden business success to the young man and woman of ambition and training. world is to train yourself to acquire a knowledge of the things Real opportunities are numerous. We do not mean

that will make your services useful; things that will enable you chances to obtain a job, but chances to reach the really responsible to get your first start. That's all you want, an opportunity to places, places that pay big money.

get started and to show what you are worth. That is what you want. You should not be content with You can be a success A GREAT BIG SUCCESS — if you merely a job. If you are, twenty years from now you might have faith in yourself and give yourself a fair chance. have the same job, but you will not have advanced.

Arouse yourself then. Get this business education that will What you want is an opportunity to get ahead. You want to follow a profession that has a future to it. You don't want

put more knowledge within your brain — more opportunity to be content to occupy a minor position all your life. You want

within your grasp. Get this education that will enable you to

push to the front — that will help to lift you out of the rut of a chance at the big positions.

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