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Stockton Academician from Stockton, Kansas • 2

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TH6 STOCKTON iiCflDgHlCh M. STOCKTON, KANSAS, JAN. AND 10D1 Trustees. Mr. T.

J. Garnett, of Hill City, has had a rav, Published early in each month from September to June; ten numbers each year. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS PER YEAR. time with the grippe. Mr.

S. B. Farwell is cashier of a bank in Downs but still lives at Osborne. Since the death of Mrs. Markham, Rev.

R. Markham has been quite seriously sick. He is bek ter now and continues with his usual victor his work at Kirwin. Hon. R.

R. Hays, who has been for several vears Send the money to F. E. Sherman, Stockton. Entered in the postofflce at Stockton, as mall matter of second class president of the State Bank of Osborne, is arraneincr to change his business and transfer his capital into something else.

The last issue of this paper was the November number, distributed early in December. The change in the teaching force has given the Principal so much extra work that the paper has been necessarily neglected? None was issued for December. This one counts for January and February. We hope the March number may be not long delayed. Teachers.

The teachers were very pleasantly entertained one evening in January at Mr. A. J. Lyons. tvt: i it itxi viuukol utis iiuuu bonuus tiiue wiin me criD and a malarial sore on her foot, but seems now to be Clubbing: List.

The Topeka Weekly Capital, a large paper, full of Kansas news, with the Academician, $1. The Farm, Field and Stockman, a paper of national circulation, cheap a year, with the Academi well again. Prof. Neher has a part in the program of the north-west association, which meets at Hill City in vacation, March. 29 to 31.

Mrs. C. W. Phillips retired from the position of matron in anuary, and Mrs. Cynthia Taylor took cian, $1.

Jt i. mi nil. Summer Term. If there should be a sufficient number desiring it, a special term of six weeks will be arranged, to ex-tend from about the close of the spring term to the her place. She tits into the place readily and is doing well.

The income of the Academy in the fail made a reduction of expenses necessary. For this reason and this only Miss Becker did not return. The other teachers have had extra work this term. Miss Crocker and Prof. Neher arrived on the train Monday evening.

Miss Crocker from a visit to her friends at Hutchinson, and Mr. Neher from his holiday vacation in Nebraska.Record. The following card explains "Harry S. Kirk-land, Josie B. Piatt, married, Sunday, December 27, 1891, Southampton, N.

Y. At home after January 12th, Tabor, Iowa." May the best things be theirs. Miss Emma Becker, of the Academy faculty, read opening of the county institute in August. The studies taught during this term would be largely determined by the desires of those attending. Teachers or others who would like to take this six weeks of work on one or more studies in June and July are requested to send their names to the principal, asr soon as they can, stating what studies they would like to take.

Notes and Clippings. Rev. T. V. Daviesj of Westmoreland, has resigned his pastorate there and accepted a call to the church at Stockton, to begin work Feb.

1st. The Westmoreland church parts with him with great regret. During his stay of nearly three years at Westmoreland 4.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a paper on "The Spirit of Prophecy' at the Congregational church Sunday morning. It was a rich lit erary treat and is highly praised by all who heard 11. Lixews.

Miss Becker will riot return this term. We are sorry to see her go; she has made many friends in mo cnurcn nas oeen mucn strengtnenea in every way. Telephone. Prof. Sherman attended the Northwestern Teacher's Association at Norton last week.

Record. Stockton, bho will be missed her classes at the Academy. Profs. Sherman and Neher will fill her place. Record.

IS Believing And a good lamb must be simple; when it is not simple it is uufc guou. imte. JSeautiful. rfVWthw words mean much, but to see "The Rochester" will impress the truth more forcible All moral Supt. R.

Bickerdyke edits a lively county school paper, the Russell Couuty School Signal. He conducted the first institute in Rooks county, and the second, very acceptably. A meeting was held at W. L. Chambers' residence last Wednesday evening for the purpose of organizing a Shakesperian Reading Club.

Stockton is nothing if not literary. News. Our thanks are hereby extended to editor E. Owen, of the Western News, for the gift of a "fine hanging lamp for the chapel. Happy and content is a home with The Rochester a lamp with the light of the morning.

Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp New York. tough and seamless, and made in three pieces it is absolutely saeand unbreakable. Like Aladdin's WW oi oia, it is maeea a "wonderful lamp," for its mar-velous light is purer and brighter than rc softer than electric lieht and A Roht If the lampdealer hasn't the cpniiln a I kand we will nA JV io us lor our new tllustrated catalogue, 5teS.J7.?!ESr9 choi over a.ooo ROCHESTER LAMP 42 Park Place. New York City. "The.

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About Stockton Academician Archive

Pages Available:
237
Years Available:
1888-1895