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Phillips County School Journal from Phillipsburg, Kansas • 3

Phillips County School Journal from Phillipsburg, Kansas • 3

Phillipsburg, Kansas
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SCHOOL RKFORTS. Kansas Shows its Appreciation THE STATE BANK, AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $60,000. -OF- Attendance and Deportment of Koine of our County Schools. Barnes'. Hew National Readers.

K. A. Handy, A. W. Robertson, President.

Cashier. tady were, Jennie, Myrtle, Alpha and Fred Bceson, Mabel Smith, Estella and Edna Cook, Ethel Watkins, Otha and Harley yTilkinson. Owen Shirley was regular in attendance and tardy once. Clara Siiurtz, Teacher. Rame' New Nat'I Reader.

ex. vr. list price 90 0 S3 SO 70 90 $012 91 SO 42 First Header, Second Reader, Third Reader, Fourth Reader, Fifth Reader 54 Transacts a general Banking Business. County, City, Township, and School District orders bought and sold. Commercial paper dis-' counted.

Farm loans negotiated without any delay Phillipsburg, Kansas. School report for district No. Ill, for the month ending Nov. lt, 1889: Number of pupils enrolled, 35; average attendance, 12; those neither absent nor tardy, Arthur Goode and Arba Baldwin; not' absent, Jessie Mousley. Number of visitors during the month, 4.

Kate Bkmis, Teacher. Report of school in district No. 43, for the month ending Nov. 29th: Number of pupils enrolled, IP; average daily attendance, 15. Following arc the names of those not absent: Willie and Henry Vogcl, Mike Miller, Christ Eltiste and Nellie Shiun.

No. of visitors, 9. Belle Carman, Teacher. Report of school taught in district No. 123, for month ending Nov.

29th: Number of days taught this month. 19; pupils attending, name of one not tardy, Chloe Darnell. General average on examination, Chloe Darnell, 86; Curtie Darnell, 78; Jesse Darnell, 78. There were but three of my pupils present on examination day, so, I can not give a very superb report for this month. Higiilie Powell, Teacher.

By introducing them into the schools of the following cities and towns. Kansas City, Atchison, Fort Seott, Emporia, Wellington, Parsons, Independene, Great Bend, Minneapolis, Earned, Beloit, Bodge City, Marion, JSickerson, Ellsworth, Caldwell, Sterling, Fredonia Burlington Osborne, Eureka, Augusta, Cojfeyvitle, Humboldt, Greensburg, Mlerington, Yates Center, Stockton, Lindsborg, Clyde, Osage Mission, Plitlltpsbura, Downs, Pleasant on, Cawker City, Neodesha, Kinsley, Ellin wood, Ptainville, Conway Spr'ngs, G. W. YOUNG -DEALERS IN- HARDWARE AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE.

Report of district No. 101, for the month ending Sept. 27th: Total number enrolled, 29; total number of days attendance, 446; average daily attendance, 22f those neither absent nor tardy, Laura and Bertie Killcbrew and Lena and Lou Lodenstine. Report for the month ending Oct. 25th: Totatl enrollment, 35; ales, 22; females, 13; total days attendance, 553; average daily attendance, 27 3-5; names of those neither absent nor tardy, Laura and Bertie Killcbrew.

0. R. Miller. Teacher. Teachers and school officers contemplating a change of Readers, or intending to adopt supplementary reading books, are respectf uly "invited to examine this new and beautiful series.

Specimen pages and descriptive circulars sent free on application. Report of school in district No. 49, for the month ending Oct. 29th, 1889: Number of pupils enrolled, 26; average daily attendance, 22; the following-named pupils were neither absent nor tardy; Fred, Bert and Edwin Clark, Lulu and Anna Glasgow, Harry Pittiway, Oscar and Lillie Nales, and Roy Bechtel. L.

C. Allen, Teacher. report of district No. 128, for the month commencing Oct. 27th, A.

VEGA, OYSTER STEYS, And Hot Lunch. South Side of the Public Square. G. w. adIms, Will make wells in any kind of soil.

Livestock taken in payment or time given on approved security. Philmpsburo, Kansas. The First National Bank, Phillipsburg; Kansas, Docs a General Banking Business. Prompt and Careful Attention given to Collections. Farm Loans Negotiated.

G. BICKFORD, and ending Nov. 22d: Number of pu The following is a report of district No. 37, for the month ending Nov. 22d, 1889: Number of pupils enrolled, 31; average daily attendance, pils enrolled, females, 10; males, 18.

Average daily attendance, females, 5.8; males, 9.G; total, .15.4. Those not absent during the month, Nina New National Text-Book. Barnes' Word Lists. Maxwell's English Grammars, Ficklin's Arithmetics, Barnes. Language Lessons, Barnes' U.

S. Histories, Ward's Letter Writing and Business Forms. Barnes' Copy-Books. Pathfinder's Physiologies. Steele's Sciences, Watson's Spellers, Sill's Prac.

Lessons in Eng. We have purchased and now publish the entire list of late firms of Potter, Knight, AInsworth and Knight, Loomis Co. A. S. BARNES CO New York.

Chicago. Finch, Sammy Young and Hattie Churchill. Deportment good. Number of visitors during the term, 8. Nellie J.

LaRue, Teacher. Report of district No. 75: Num DRUGGIST ber enrolled, 27; average attendance, 18; names of those neither absent nor tardy, Mattie Johnson, Grace NORTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, PHiixirsBUKG Kansas. 24. The following pupils were neither absent nor tardy, Albert, David and William Capstick, Carrie, Jimmie and William Townsend and Walter Warner; those not tardy, Mamie, Babington and Patrick Edwards, Piffle and Ettic White; those not absent, Minnie, Myrtle and John Baxter, Hah-nah Hoover and William Warner.

The following pupils have not whispered during the month: Myrtle Baxter, Effie White, Carrie Townsend. Grade Hayes, Patrick Edwards. Jessie Haley, Orion McKenzie, David Capstick, Babington Edwards, Ettie White, Sadie Haley, Hannah Hoover, Mamie Edwards, Minnie Baxter, Maggie Cummings, Fannie Hamilton, Ida and William Warner and Lizzie Cap-stick. E. E.

Houou, Teacher. Johnson, James Adams, Bert Adams, Warren Wright and Clovis Johnson. Names of those perfect in deport ment, Maud Adams, Ethel Splane, Hattie Splane, Anna Splane, Eddie WILLIAM BISSELL, Loan- Agent, Phillipsburg, Kan. -For Cheap Money.i- W. W.

COLBY, SUPERINTENTENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -or- Phillips County, pfOffice days Monday and Saturday of each week. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. Middlebrook, Middlebrook and Willie Brad. F. C.

Johnson, Teacher. Report of Walnut Creek School, for the month ending Nov. 15th, '89: Enrollment for the month, 12: aver D. W. REAM, Pnprhtor 0 THE BISSELL HOUSE TONSORIAL PARLOR.

Razors Ground, Honed and for Sale. Switches, Waves and Pu ffs made to order. age attendance, 11.5; those perfect in spelling this month were, Bessie Nichols, Jimmie Heth and Edna Nichols. Those perfect in denort- POPPEN VAN DIEST Always keep a full supply of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, I Victor Prairie View, Kan. HOWARD BROTHERS, 1IEALKKS IX Caqdies, Fruits, Cigars Cold Driqks, EAST SIDE SQUARE, Piiu.MiBCKn.

Kansas. ment, Olive Symonds, Elsie Burdick, E. L. PRINCE SON, Nellie Heth, Bessie Nichols, Jimmie DEALERS IN Eddie Heth, Annie Nichols, COMING, L1TTLK DAISY STODDARD. The 12-year-old National Elocutionary Champion, who won the diamond medal at the Demorcst Oratorical contest, held at Chicago, last October, will give entertainments at Phillipsburg, for the benefit of the Presbyterian church, on" Friday evening and Saturday afternoon and evening, Dec.

20 and 21st. This will be a rare treat for all who can attend, and of special value to such as are desirous of improving their elocutionary talents by taking notes. Prices have been placed low that none mav be excluded. General admisson, only 25 cents; children, 15; reserved seat tickets will be on sale at the post-office for 35 cents. Edna Nichols and Nina Parker.

May Nichols, Teacher- Report of district No. 77, for the Fresh Meat of All Kinds. Dried Beet rTSTSSSTI SI hd Hoffman, The Jeweler. HJIGHR5 6KB6KS REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. West Side Square, Phillipsburg, month ending Oct.

25th, 1889: Number of pupils enrolled, 18; average daily attendance, 15.9; cases of tardiness, 10; those neither absent nor South Side Public Square.

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