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For Holiday or Last Day of School Presents, nothing
can exceed the value of these Souvenirs for the price.

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THREE FORMS. 1st. Cabinet Picture Form - Always preferable when card photograph of teacher is to be added, as it goes directly into the Family Album and stays there. Price, 10 Souvenirs, 90 cents: extra ones, 372cents each.

2nd. Booklet Form – With a few little pictures of school life, 140 choice mottoes, elegant cover design united with silk floss. Price, 10 Souvenirs, or less, 75 cents; extra ones, 3 cents each.

3rd. Round Corner Form – Two or more cards being united with silk cord. Price, 10 Souve nirs, 60 cents; extra ones, 2 cents each.

Cut shows one-half size, and can give but a vague idea of the beauty and elegance of these Souvenirs when printed in finest gold and colored inks on the very best of material. The histori cal and social value cannot be overestimated. Nothing will so ingratiate the teacher into the hearts of her pupils as a presentation of these Souvenirs, which are to the school what the family record is to the family. They are finely printed and enibossed, and contain names of scholars teacher, directors, date, etc. Send for circulars to-day, or better send your order, and write plainly

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"I cordially and confidently commend it to an intelligent public."

PROF. D. B. PURINTON, Pres. Denison University. "I regard it as one of the best books of reference."

F. W. STELLHORN, D, D., Pres. Capital University, Columbus, O. "We can, without reserve, commend it for thorough, accurate and up-to-date information."

JESSE JOHNSON, Pres. Muskingum College, New Concord, o. "The latest and most convenient work of the kind."

F. A. MERRILL, Board of Examiners, Ravenna, O. Making it the Latest, Most Accurate and Best Cyclopædia on the market at any price.

Our new illustrated sample pages free on application. By Sold on easy payments. Chicago.

New York.

DODD, MEAD & COMPANY,

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Teachers'

College. NEW YORK CITY. The professional school of Columbia University for the training of general teachers, supervisors, principals, superintendents and instructors in normal schools and colleges. Open to both sexes. Fellowships and scholarships amounting to $5,750 annually. Catalogue sent on application to the Secretary.

JAMES E. RUSSELL, Ph. D., Dean.

Not this size

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but several times as large, on paper 512 by 8 inches, and beautifully printed are the

Perry Pictures ONE CENT Each by the hundred, postpaid. Twenty for 30 cents. Assorted as desired. Beautifully printed on paper 52 by 8 inches.

900 SUBJECTS. For all grades. For Picture Study, Language, Literature, History. Geography. Schoolroom Decoration. Historic Ornament.

Send 2-cent stamp for 16 page illustrated catalogue. Especial attention is called to our pictures of historic ornament.

Ten choice art books at 25 cents each, postpaid. Address,

The Perry Picture Co., Malden, Mass. Be sure to mention "Ohio Ed. Monthly."

THE HELPING HAND.

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has been adopted in Hiram and Scio Colleges, in the Normal Universities of Ada, Lebanon, and Fay. ette, also in the High Schools of Cleveland, Columbus, Bellaire, ucyrus, Galion, and in a large number of cities and towns in Ohio and other states. Exam. ine this book before you begin your next term.

From Hon. L. D. Bonebrake, State School Commissioner, Columbus, Ohio: "I have taken ample time to examine Professor Irish's 'American and British Authors. It is my judg. ment that the book is one of rare power, skillfully selected, happily arranged, and thoroughly valuable to the student of Literature. I recommend it and congratulate its author on his success."

For specimen pages and descriptive circulars, address the author,

Frank V. Irish, Columbus, Ohio.

ALICE CARY (From Irish's American and British Authors )

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THE HIAWATHA PRIMER. By FLORENCE HOLBROOK, Principal of the Forestville School, Chicago. Illustrated. Cloth. 40 cents, net. This book is the result of the wonderful work by Miss Holbrook, which has attracted thousands of visitors to her school. Every Primary Teacher should own it and use it.

THE RIVERSIDE LITERATURE SERIES. Longfellow's Hiawatha; Hawthorne's Wonder-Book; Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales. New editions. With beautiful illustrations by Frederick Remington, Walter Crane, and others; also with additional notes, an index of mythology, a pronouncing vocabulary, etc. The prices of these books have not been raised. Each complete, in linen, 40 cents, net; also each, in two parts, paper, 15 cents, net, per part.

Many valuable additions have been made to other books of the Series.

NEW ISSUES. No. 124. Aldrich's Baby Bell, etc. No. 126. The King of the Golden River, by John Ruskin No. 125. Dryden's Palamon and Arcite.

and Other Wonder Stories. No. 127. Keats' Ode on a Grecian Urn, and Other Poems.

John Fiske's History of the United States for Schools.
Brought down to date by the addition of matter relating to the Conduct and Close of the Spanish

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the beautiful Yellowstone Lake, more than 7,000 feet above the ocean, the high Mountains, the Cascades and Cataracts, the Bea , Elk, Deer and Antelope, the unequaled Trout fishing and other interesting features found there.

The Park is free to the World and is under the control of the United States Government. Large hotels, electric lighted and steam heated, are found at convenient points and first-class, specially constructed four-horse stage coaches transport tourists from place to place.

Wonderland '98, has a chapter which contains a fund of information about the Park that makes it, perhaps, peculiarly valuable for Schools and Teachers. The features of the Park are described and there is besides a large amount of practical information about the region and the ride through it. The Park tour can be made either in the coaches, or on horseback, or bicycles. The book will be sent to any address upon receipt of six cents by CHAS. S. FEE, General Passenger Agent Northern Pacific Railway, St. Paul, Minn.

FREE TO TEACHERS AND SCHOLARS. In 1897 we had thousands of requests from teachers and scholars for Wonderland '97. The edi. tion-a large one-was exhausted long before the end of the year. Wonderland '98 is now ready. It is entirely different from the former book. It has a chapter on The Agricultural Northwest, crammed full of valuable information; one on Yellowstone Park, written especially for teachers; another on Alaska and Klondike, and one on A Canoe Lake Trip, that will be of interest to schools. The book has a high art cover, designed by Lyendecker, and it is profusely illustrated from new photographs. The Northern Pacific Railway will send the book and a revised map of Yellowstone Park upon receipt of six cents in stamps or postal order. Send to CHAS. S. FEE, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. Write address plainly and state where you saw the advertisement.

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