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of schools where commercial branches are
taught — public, normal, business, shorthand,
literary, etc. Out of a total of 122 vacancies
to fill this season, thirty-four have been in
public schi:>ols. eighty-one in business schools,



form at i<



normal schools, and four



Schools — Commercial schools and commer-
cial departments of public, private, military,
normal ajid literary schools and colleges sup-
plied with high-grade teachers free of charge.
We aim to find the right teaoher for each
place.

An "Eastern business college proprietor writes:
"I thank you most heartily for your prompt
and efficient service. Your bureau was the
only one out of six that could send me experi-
enced teachers. I am thoroughly convinced
that if you could not furnish the proper help
no one else caji."

A Southern business school principal says:
"I wish to thank you for the excellent services
you have rendered us. I have never had more
prompt and careful work from any bureau than
I have had from yours, and whenever I can be
of ser\ice to you. you have but to refer to
me."



School Exchange— The school exchange
department is maintained to negotiate the sale
of school property and as an aid in forming
partnerships. A commission of 5 per cent, is
charged for this service. Correspondence in-
vited with those interested.

"I regard your Bureau as unexcelled, a.nd
was surprised at the completeness with which
you covered the whole territory." — Wm. Bill-
ings, Eagan School of Bus., Hoboken, N. J.

A Little Commercial Arithmetic.

A teacher now receiving $800 secures a $1.21.10
position through us. Increase $400, less our
commission of $50, leaves a net gain for first
year of $350. For each subsequent year the
$400 will be net. not lo figure on increase in
salary. This is only the financial tide of the
question. Oftentimes a change of location re-
stores health, gives more congenial surround-
ings and offers opportunities for improvement
and advancement. The live teacher registers
with us and is ready for whatever happens.

See our advt. in June Penman's Art Journal
for list of openings for teachers. We have even
more places to fill this month.



SCHOOLS FOR. SALE

NO. 2S.. MINN., well
established, own bldg; part interest. NO'. 4S..
CALIF., half interest in old established school,
$5,000. NO. 5S.. N. Y., small bus. coll., earn-
ing $3,000; $650 cash takes it. NO. 6S., lA..
nor. coll., $1,750. NO. 7S., lA., bus. coll., well
equipped, $4,500. NO. SS., PA., all or part int.
to shorthand man. NO. 9S.. IND., bus. coll.,
$800. NO. lOS.. ILL., bus. coll. netting $l,2pO a
year; $150 cash takes it. NO. IIS., corre-
spondence school, 100 shares stock at $100; sal-
ary of $2,000 goes with purchase; pays big divi-
dends. NO. 12S.. OREGON, well equipped bus.
coll. NO. 13S.. COLO., bus. coll., $2,000. 'NO.
14S N. T.. small bus. coll.. cheap. NO. 15S.
PA." 2 small bus. colls.. $1,500 and $600. NO,
les., N. J., part interest in well located school.
NO. 17S.. O., small bus. coll. cheap. NO.l^S..
■EXTREMIB SOUTH, whole or part int. in well
established school; $2,000. $1,000. NO. 21S.,
M£. all or V. int. in bus. coll. NO. 22S..
KAN., all or part int. in bus. coll.; flour-
ishing, well equipped. NO. 23S.. WIS., int. in
money-making small bus. col. NO. 24S.. IND.,
$500 cash and $500 in 6 mos. takes old est. bus.
coll. NO. 25S.. O.. $500 asked for small bus.
coll. NO. 266., MINN., finely equipped, old
est. school; good opening for man with money.
NO. 27.S., NEB., well equipped nor. and bus.
school NO. 2SS.. SO. CALIF., all or part int.
in small est. bus. coll. N^O. 30S.. EAST.
STATE, fine opening; sell part int. to short-
hand teacher. NO. 31S., NO. WEST, part int.
in long established bus. coll., making money,
to two good teachers; fine opening. NO. 32S.,
SO. WtBST., small amt. of stock in young bus.
coll. for sale to teaching partners. NO. 33S..
IvANS.. $400 takes all. or $250 a half int. in
bus coll; inventory that much. NO. 34S..
N Y., part int. in hustling bus. coll. to Eclec-
tic Shorthand teacher. NO. 35S.. OHIO, a few
hundred dollars buys a snug little school.

Most of these schools can be bought for in-
ventory price or less— some are positive sacri-
fices. Small cash payments and easy terms are
the rule. Personal reasons for selling. An easy
way for teachers to become independent before
they reach the teaching age dead line.



Wm.



. The Kinsley Commercial Teachers' Bureau

J. KINSLEY, Manager citv°r^°i1' Fe.rk 245 Broa.dwa.y. NEW YORK



PAPER..



EMBOSSED STATIONERY (with name
of school), put up in handsome special boxes (24
sheets and 24 envelopes). In various grades and
shades, sold as low as 25 cts. a box and up-
ward,

PRACTICE PAPER $1.30 a ream (960
sheets); $1.20 a ream In 5 ream lots.

ARTIST PENMAN'S PAPER $2.00 a
ream (960 sheets); $1.90 a ream in 5 ream lots
and upward. Various qualities and shades.
Unruled, ruled and wide ruled.

TYPEWRITER PAPERS, put up In
boxes, 500 sheets to ream; SxlOM;. 34 cts. a
ream and upward; 8x13. 43 cts. a ream and up-
ward. Send for free samples of papers.



STENOGRAPHERS* NOTE BOOKS,
No. 1. For Pencil^ 2 cts. each in l.OOU

lots; $2.50 a hundred.
No. 3. For Pen, 3% cts. each In 1,000 lots;

$4.00 a hundred.
Size, 160 pages; 4%x9 In. Larger sizes in

proportion.



6 cts. each (for postage)



sample



We do general designing and engrossing.
Send your data and name your price, and let
U9 show you what we can do.

We occupy the largest and best located studio
of any engrossing establishment in America.
THE KINSLEY STUDIO,
Opposite City Hall Park,
245 Broad^ray, Neiv York.
Wm. J. Kinsley, Mgr.



Headqnnrters for School Paper.

Place your order for papers and note books
in time to allow shipments by freight direct
from mills, and save 50 per cent, on what you
now pay.

We can supply you with anything In the line
of writing paper.

Designs and Cuts.

We are Penmanship Headquarters, and make
drawings and engrave cuts for catalogues.
booklets, letterheads and all purposes. We
handle your printed matter complete if desired.




verirxg advertisements, please mention the PENMAN'S ART JOURNAL.



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Success is a
Rolling Snowball

\Ve expected to succeed when we began this business.
We believed we had the requisite qualifications. Our friends
in the schools in all parts of the country emphatically assured
us of a splendid opportunity (see our beautiful Handbook —
not a "little book, but an invaluable autograph and photo*
graph album; three two-cent stamps), and many months ago
we began organizing for a large demand on our facilities in
the event of such a demand's becoming a reality.

Well, it is here. We have in various ways made known
the success that has come to us, and the welcome that school
officials have extended to us because of our way of consult-
ing their convenience and welfare, and the effectiveness with
which we have attended to the needs of both capable teach-
ers and worthy schools.

$6,000 IN ONE SCHOOL



aggregating more than $6,0
trated to "the upper rooms
every kind. Of course, w
vices, but our clients are



school alone teachers at salaries
)0, and our candidates have pene-

of the synagogue" m schools of
; charge something for our ser-
ily too glad to pay us a fair



_ ed salary we invariably obta

ring it a most profitable investment. On the

chool officials are pleased to pay our clients
ley were receiving, for they understand that it i:
to find teachers who are worth more money than



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snowball
both officials and teachei
joying some of this sunny
We await your orders.



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of succ



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friends



THE NATIONAL COMMERCIAL
TEACHERS' AGENCY



II Baker Avenue,



Beverly, Massachusetts



Why don't YOU

advertise to register teachers free?"

Because the schools that rely upon
us — the kind we have served satis-
factorily for a quarter of a century —
have no use for the Hungry Joe type
of teacher. No more have we.



Ask the head of any first-class Commercial
School in America: " Which is the most
experienced and successful Commercial
Teachers' Bureau?" Take his advice !

Union Teachers' Bureau,

203 Broadway, New York.

(Known for 25 years as the Penman's Art
Journal Teachers' Bureau.)



WANT ADS.



Classified Advertlaements n^lll be
ran nnder the aboTe head for 6c. a
TTordt payable In advance. Where
the Advertiaer use* a nom de plame,
ansTTera will be promptly for^rarded.



OWING TO THE DEMAND FOR WRIT-
ing ink that will photo-engrave well, we have
arranged to supply a good quality of liquid
India Ink that gives satisfaction to all who
have used it. Mr. Doner uses this ink in

writing his lessons for the Journal. We
shall be very glad to supply this ink to any
one desiring same at the rate of 2o_ cents a

half ounce, or 35 cents



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WA'NT^ED— By a well established, high class
commercial school in New England, a supe-
rior teacher of the commercial branches. Must
be an expert penman, strong in rapid, calcula-
latilon and fully competent to assume entire
control of the business practice department.
This position is to be filled immediately, and
all answers should be accompanied by definite
information regarding experience, salary de-
sired, etc. Photograph should also accompany
letter of application. Everything: will be
treated with the utmost confidence. Address
•■CpM^ERCIAL.'* care P. A. J.

WAJs' TED— Young men as agents in their
home towns to sell "Kleen-Eze" and Yale
Polish. Used in every household. Large and
easy profits. Salesmen's outfit and instruc-
tions on receipt of 50 cents in stamps. BROWN
& VANDERPOOL. 203 Broadway. X. Y. City.

MAN — Under 35, fair education, to prepare for
Oov't Position. Begin $S00 salary. Future
good. Box 1. Cedar Rapids. la.

FOR SADE.— Well-established Business College
in California; no competition; good agricul-
turaJ surrounding;s; organized 12 years. Ad-
dress X., care Penman's Art Journal.



the Central Business Colleg*. Stratford, On-
tario. We make a specialty of preparing atu-
dents. who have formerly been puDllc school
teachers, for teaching In business collcBe*.
State salary.



Peterson's Teachers' Bureau

Scottdale, Pa.

Teachers for all departments furnished
Business Colleges. We furnish good
schools "with good teachers. Many al-
ready enrolled. Xo charges to enroll.
Correspondence Invited



70 Fifth Avenue, New York



colleges, schools, and famUles.

The Agency receives many calls from

all parts of the country for commercial

teachers from public and private

chools and business colleges.

WM. O. PRATT, Manager.



Public School Writing

And HOW to Teach It

Fully Illustrated Price, 25 Cents

J. H. BACHTENKIRCHER.

Special Teacher of Writing

Lafayette, Ind.



Any Old Book Will Do

To prepare your students, in the short time
allowed, in practical business English, Spelling,
Letter Writing, etc., but the results will tell
against you if you are not alive to have the
best. Rehashes' of the same old lifeless texts
by people of no special qualifications are con-
stant Iv offered by publishers, who must have
some 'kind of book to sell. We publish no
compiled books.

Allen's Practical EnglisK was used in
manuscript by the author five years. It is
stimulative, concise, direct, interesting, prac-
tical. The author is a scholar, writer, and
professional educator. His book is authorita-
tive, and adds prestige.

The Natural Method Speller gives the
words in sentences, attacks the weak points,
strikes the eye. Its superiority is denied by
no teacher who has seen it.

Practical EZxerclses In Letter Writing,
Punctuation, etc., you ought to see before mak-
ing your plans.

Standard Shorthand Simplified, new
edition, the original and best word-method
text, prepares for dictation in Pitmanic Short-
liand in three months; no memorizing; sen-
tence practice in first lesson. But get the list
and sample pages and see.

AURORA PUBLISHING CO..

Aurora., 111.



We want teacher of Penmanship for public
schools. Salary, six to eight hundred. Normal
Teachers' Agency. 407 Cannon Place, Troy, N. Y,



Vacancies in 40 States and Territories

We have vacancies in forty states and territories for £rst-class commercial
teachers. If you uMnt a sjood position, write us immediately. FREE BNROl,l,-
MENT if you mention this paper.

CONTINENTAL TEACHERS' AGENCY, Bowling Green, Ky.



advertisements, ple^



the PENMAN'S ART JOURNAL.



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't^cAjnoM QyTzt- oJva t/iiLC>



Court Reporters



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GRArlAIVi oitnumber



THOSE OF ANY TWO OTHER SYSTEMS

Here is what a large number of them say:

The undersigned, having had many years' experience as verbatim
shorthand reporters, certify that, in our opinion, the system of short-
hand best adapted either for amanuensis work or for reporting ver-
batim the most rapid utterance is Graham's Standard Phonography.
Wc also certify that, in our opinion, Graham's Handbook of
Standard Phonography presents the principles of that system more
clearly and comprehensively than any other book.
Signed by

Fred Irland, Official Reporter of Debates, House of Rep., U. S.

Allister Cochrane "

Geo. N. Hillman, OiBcial Court Reporter, St. Paul, Minn.

Robert S. Taylor, Official Court Reporter, St. Paul, Minn.

W. M. Higgins, Official Court Reporter, Minneapolis, Minn.

S. D. Hillman, Official Court Reporter, Minneapolis. Minn.

Morris E. Jones, Official Court Reporter. Kansas City, Mo.

Clarence K. Walker, Official Court Reporter, Louisville, Ky.

Edwin M. Williams, Official Court Reporter, Louisville, Ky.

Chas. A. Graham, Official Court Reporter, Louisville, Ky.

Brainard C. Brown, Official Court Reporter, San Francisco, Cal.

AND 136 OTHERS

When taught, or studied without a teacher, from the text-books of
its author, " GRAHAM " is as easy to learn as any other system.
These books are published only by

Andrew J. Graham & Co.

1135 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.



If You Examine the Books

Their Merit Will do the Rest

Of course you want the best re-
sults possible. The Barnes Books
will help you get them.

Barnes' Complete Typewriting Instructor. $1.50
Is also a dictation book. Shorthand
Key to dictation portion 30

Barnes' Special Typewriting Instructor... i.oo

Barnes' Abridged Typewriting Instructoi

(56 pp.) 50

All three books contain our Touch Lessons
in full.

How about Shorthand? You

should know the advantages of the
"Sentence Method."

S^=Did it ever occur to you that others are
doing better work, and doing it easier, simply
because they took time to investigate our works.''

Write us to-day for sample pages, and if you
care to know what others think, ask for testi-
monials.

The Arthur J. Barnes
Publishing Co.

445 Century Bldg., St. Louis. Mo.



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" Yours Truly " is a dictation man-
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of model shorthand, besides more
than forty pages of engraved vocabu-
laries. It contains more than 600
model business letters, covering thirty
lines of trade — it also has legal dic-
tation sufficient to familiarize the
student with law-office nomenclature.
// is easy to teach — every twenty-
fifth word is numbered. Now ready
in Graham. Benn Pitman and Gregg.
Better, cheaper, and more satisfac-
tory than any other book on the
market. $1.50. To teachers for ex-
amination, 75c.



The Commercial Text Book Co.

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The News Edition

We should like to have every teacher of pen-
manship, every teacher of the commercial subjects,
and every commercial school proprietor pel the
News Edition of the Pen.man's Art jofRNAr.
regularly for one year, beginning now — there'll
be no question of your subscribing ne.xt year, if
>oudoso this year — the price is one dollar. A
dollar is 100 cents — we know the value of it as
well as you do — yet that S 1-3 cents per month
cannot be considered an outlay, it's an in\eslm(nt,
and as such, to \ j>rogressi\e person, will return
many times its original cost. Some hint, some
suggestion, some thought therein can be made
useful to you. Vou are in line to he helped — the
helper is the iWews F.ditwn, Penman's .'\rt
Journal, 203 Broadway. New ^■<lrk.



It's a

Handy

BooK!



got <



nd it's
iitablv




arranged for instant reference, for
penmanship practice. If your class
needs drills on small t's for in-
stance, you have 48 special words
emhracing that feature. And how
often do you want class practice on
long words to develop continuous
movements? Eight 2-cent stamps
gets the little book. Penman's Art
Journal, 203 Broadway, New York.



MILLS'S CORRESPOXD-

E\CE ISCHOOL, OF

PENMAXSHIP.



of penmanship at home. We
are ready to help you also.
Send stamps for information.
E. C. Mills, 195 Grand



Roeli«



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ng advertisements, please mention the PENMAN'S ART JOi'RXAL.






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Penmen's and Artists' Supplies For Sale by
Penman's ArtJournai, 203 Broadway, N.Y.

Any of the following articles will be promptly
forwarded upon receipt of price, by prepalu
mail, unless otherwise stated. Where goodei
are marked to go by express or freight, car-
riage must be paid by i-ecelver.
Ames Guide to Practical and Artistic Pen-
manship paper, ¥0.2U

Ames Copy Slips for Self Teachers lo

Ames liook of Flourishes, unbound 3u

Scrap Book Edition, printed on single

sheets of heavy plate paper, one aide of

paper blank l.Oc

Lord's Prayer, Plate Paper, 18x22 2S

Grant and Lincoln Eulogy, 2-x28 26

Centennial Picture of Progress, 22x40, by

Express 1.00

Maine Memorial In Five Colors. 22x28 6u

Black Card Board, 22x28. for White Ink,

S Sheets l.UO

O.Imit.I C-ar.ls, '111") tjv Express l.Oii

Sand Hubi>er for Removing Ink 2u

Sponge Rubber for Removing Pencil 25

Special Paper for all Kinds of Pen Work,

size 18x 8 Sheets 35c.; 10 Sheets Bu

Thumb Tacks, Per Doz Ij

Gray Bristol Board. Extra Heavy. 22x28,

for engrossing purposes, just the thing

tor White Ink and Cloud Effect, by

Express. S Sheets SI. 00; 6 Sheets 1.7B

White Bristol. First-class Quality tor Pen

Work, by Express, 3 Sheets 75c. ; 6

Sheets 1.2»

India Ink, Stick, Super Super, medium size .70
India Ink, Stick, Super Super, large size., l.oo
Ink Tray or Slab, for grinding India Ink.

by Express 60

China Ink Wells. 3 wells and 3 slants for

mixing colors and washes, mailed 30

Prepared India Ink. 1 oz.. mailed 35

Black Waterproof Ink. 1 oz. . mailed 25

Glossy Black Ink. 1 oz., mailed 25

White Ink. % oz.. mailed 20

Gold Ink. y^ oz.. mailed 25

Silver Ink, V, oz., mailed 25

1 Tube ^Vhite Ink Paste So

1 Tutie Payne's Gray Paste for Wash or

Cloudy Effect 30

Set of 3 Quill Brushes 20

Arnold's Japan Ink. Pint, by Express 50

Arnold's Japan Ink. Va Pint, by Express.,. .30
Walkden's Japan Ink (the Best), Pint, by

Express 75

Walkden's Japan Ink (the Best), % Pint,

by Express 40

Writing Pens, Fine, Med and Stub, %

Gross (assorted If desired) 20

Sonnpcken Rrnad Pointed Pens for Text

Lettering, set of 12 25

Sonnecken Double Pointed Pens, set of 12. .50

Sonneeken Three Pointed Pens, each OV

Penholder for Sonnecken Pens 15

Oblique Penholders, large or small 14

Writing and Measuring Ruler, IS Inch,

plain edge 16c., metal edge 'A5

Pantograph for Enlarging Drawings 36



KIVGKOSSEK'S OliTl'"!'!'.

We take It for granted you have a T acj. and
Drawing Board. For $4 we will send the fol-
lowing, by express: , _.

Reg. SeUing Price.

1 Doz. Script Engrossing Pens »0.15

1 Set Sonnecken liroad Pointed Pens 25

1 Set Sonnecken Double Pointed Pens 60

1 Three Pointed Pen . -Oc

1 Bottle Black Drawing Ink, water proof, -io

1 Stick India Ink '0

1 Ink Slab •"•

1 Tube Chinese White Ink, paste, for Gray

or Black Board «>

1 Tube Payne's Gray Paste, for cloud or

wash effect 30

Set of 3 Quill Brushes .«. ■20

3 Sheets Gray Board, 22x28 1«0

3 Sheets Black Card Board, 22x28 60

6 Sheets Drawing Paper for resolutions,

etc., 18x22 35

Piece Sand Rubber ■ .20

1(5.31
No goods will l>e sent except upon receipt of
price.

THE PENMAN'S ART JOURNAL.

203 Broadway, New York.



The Penman's Art Jour-

A NLW CKUr Ornate Writing, pdnt-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ed on fine, heavy plate
paper by printers who
knew their business, forty generous sized pages,
durably bound, containing masterpieces of writing
by such people as Flickinger, Lyman P. Spencer,
Shavlor, Root. Wiesehahn, Gaskell, Schofield.
Dennis, Farley, A. D. Taylor, Kelchner, Zaner,
Madarasz and 24 other contributors. ^8 in all — 38
in all.

CAN YOt AFFORD TO NOT HAVE IT?

Enough material in this book to practice after
for a year and to feast on for a decade. Sixty cents
is the price, not its worth* however. It's a stand-
ard book— and one on which we are proud to have
our imprint. Price is 60 cents — 60 cents is price.

THE PENMAN'S ART JOURNAL,
203 Broadway, New York.



A JOVR.NAU BINDER..

Owing to a change in the size of The Journal,
ve will sell our binder for 25 cents, the regular
irice being 35 cents.

Pcnm.in'n Art Journul, 2»8 Broadway. N. Y.




IS MY SPECIALTY.

I will write your name on 1 doz
15c. A pack of sajnple
for a red stamp.

AGENTS WANTED.

100 blank cards, 16 colors. 15c., postpaid.
1000 blank cards, by express, $1.00.
1 bottle glossy black ink for 15c.



1 bottle white Inlt for 15c.
1 oblique penholder, 10c.

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48 27th St.. S. S., Pittsburg. Pia.


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The Penman's Art Journal.

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the most thorough school of
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