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Cardinal Points. (Plattsburgh, N.Y.) 1940-current, May 12, 1905, Image 1

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SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SYRACUSE, N. Y. A.. 11 .A gfency That Recommends Hornellsville, N. Y., May 12, 1905. DEAR MR . BARDEEN :— As a result of our late interview I have engaged the following teachers : Miss Nettie K. Whyte as Principal at §650; Miss Margaret Miller as Principal at §700 ; Miss Winnifred Thompkins as Principal at $650; Miss Esther Bensley for Drawing at $600 ; Miss Mariette Hyde for English at $6C0. This was a fair morning's work. Your candidates seem to me to have been especially strong this year and 1 thank you for the assistance you have given me. Very truly yours, ELMER S. REDMAN, Sup't THE SCHOOL BULLETIN AGENCY, C. W. Bardeen, Syracuse, N. Y. MILTON BRADLY CO. SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Manufacture all KINDERGARTEN MATERIAL, PRIMARY SCHOOL SUPPLIES, PAPER and CARD CUTTERS, WATER COLORS, Etc. Etc. Send for Kindergarten Review Premium Circular. New York State Agent : E. L. CUMMINGS, LYONS, N. Y. OFFERS, beside the regular Col- lege Courses, Mechanical, Electri- cal and Civil Engineering, Archi- tecture, Music, Painting, Law, Medicine,Sociology and Pedagogy OVER FORTY of the leading universities of this country and Europe are represented on the faculty of the College of Liberal Arts. Tuition expenses are so moderate that they are less than the fees in some colleges where free tuition is given. Send tor Catalogue. To the American Colleges, Univer- sities and Advanced Schools. Class contracts a specialty. A full line of Ladies' Fine SHOES and OXFORDS Can always be found at Stackpole's Shoe Store We invite your patronage DOCK & COAL CO. Dealers in COAL, WOOD, FEED and GRAIN COMIC POSTAL CARDS AT MURPHY'S

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