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has been adopted in Hiram and Scio Colleges, in the Normal Uviversities of Ada, Lebanon, and Fayette, also in the High Schools of Cleveland, Bellaire, Bucyrus, Galion, and in a large number of cities and towns in Ohio and other states. Examine this book before you begin your next term. For specimien pages. and descriptive circulars, address the author.

From Prof. L. D. Bonebrake, State School Commissioner-elect, Mt. Vernon, 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."

Frank V. Irish, Columbus, Ohio.

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

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has been adopted in Hiram and Scio Colleges, in the Normal Universities of Ada, Lebanon, and Fayette, also in the High Schools of Cleveland, Bellaire, Bucyrus, Galion, and in a large number of cities and towns in Ohio and other states. Examine this book before you begin your next term. For specimen pagesand descriptive circulars, address the author.

From Prof. L. D. Bonebrake, State School Commissioner-elect, Mt. Vernon, Ohio: “I have taken ample time to examine Professor Irish's 'American and British Authors.' It is my judgment 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."

Frank V. Irish, Columbus, Ohio.

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

Bentz's Pen Wiper ordine

The only perfect and practical pen wiper in the world. No more use for filthy rags, etc.with one of these on your desk. Hand polished and nickel plated.

Price, Ten Cents. Orders filled in the order received.

Patented April 27, 1697.

AGENTS WANTED.

Address, J. S. BENTZ, Columbus, O.

MANUSCRIPTS

of novels, serials, short stories, plays, poems, etc., examined, revised. corrected, criticised and moulded into available shape for publication. Eminent critics employed. Over 90 per cent of rejected MSS.

submitted to us find a market. Can you dispose of your MSS?

If not, forward same to this office and our critics will put them in proper shape and recommend them to an opening where you may find a permanent market for your work. Address

MSS. REVIEW, NORFOLK, VA.

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We appreciate your patronage and we want your trade. This business has been reorganized. New firm, new methods, new goods, new prices. Reliability, quality and correct prices are oui watch words. We make no exaggerative statements in our ads. or otherwise, but will sell you reliable goods at lower prices than any store in Columbus. Our Dress Goods and Cloak and Suit Departments are particularly strong. Send us your mail order if you live outside of this city.

BOWLAND, BELL & MARTENS, 134-136 South High St., Columbus, O..

MALE TEACHERS

If you are wishing to increase your incomes and have permanent employment the year around-or desire to change your profession to one that will give you greater opportunities, address E. O. MOSIER, the Wyandotte, Columbus, Ohio.

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