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THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY

Does business in 45 States, 6 Territories and 8 Foreign Countries. New York and New Jersey comprise a small part of this great field, yet in the former we have filled 3,175 and in the latter 1,630 positions in public and private schools at salar es ranging from $400 to 83,800, aggregating $3,291,800. Shall we present your interests? We now have many vacancies. Send for manual and blanks. H. E. CROCKER

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SCHOOL SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS A Monthly Journal for Science and Mathematics Teachers in Secondary Schools Practical articles, suggestive, illustrative descriptions of apparatus, experiments, laboratory equip

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A MESSAGE FROM NEW YORK Few teachers realize the extent of the New York City school system. Think of 500 teachers being appointed at one meeting of the Board. In June 551 women passed for license No. 1, but probably not one of these will remain on the list February 1, 1906. Hundreds more must pass; and so we have a messeage for

EXPERIENCED WOMEN TEACHERS NEXT EXAMINATIONS, JANUARY 4 AND 5, 1906. Pass then and be appointed for September.

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Cape May City, N. J.-We have elected Miss Coal Valley, Ill.-I have been elected as Fisher, who was recommended by you for the principal of the school at Coal Valley, Ill., and vacant position in our high school and have this think I shall accept. Thank you for your day notified her of our action. S. H. Moore, favors. Alex. Unger, Marietta, Ohio, Aug. 14, Chairman Teachers' Committee, Aug. 7, 1905. 1905.

West Stockbridge, Mass.-I have received Kewanna, Ind.- I have accepted the position an appointment at West Stockbridge and feel at Kewanna, Ind., for which you recommended very grateful to you for the interest you have me some time ago, and shall leave here Saturmanifested and the assistance you have given day, Aug. 19th, for that place. Thank you for me in securing the position. Elizabeth Proo- your efforts in my behalf. Paul Weiss, Proviman, Middleburg, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1905.

dence, R. I., Aug. 14, 1905. Stamford, Conn.-I have been appointed to Manchester, Vt.--I have accepted the position the position in Betts Academy, for which you at Manchester for which you recommended me. recommended me, and have just written a let Thank you for the efforts you have made for me. ter of acceptance. I thank you for the assist- Mrs. Alice Walrath, Fort Plain, N. Y., Aug. 14, ance you have given me in securing this position. 1905. Chas. B. Weld, New Haven, Vt., Aug. 7, 1905. Napanoch, N. Y.-I have to-day accepted

Port Leyden, N. Y.-We have hired Miss the principalship of the school at Napanoch Mary B. Garvin, recommended by you and noti- and thank you very much for the help which fied her last week. John McHale, Clerk Board you gave me in securing it. I hope I shall be of Education, Aug. 8, 1905.

able to do successful work and reward your Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt.-' efforts in my behalf. May Hale, Cortland, N. Y., We have engaged your candidate, Miss Lillian Aug. 14, 1905. E. Fisk, for art. In selecting her we passed Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Va.by Syracuse graduates and women of very suc- Upon your recommendation I have offered cessful experience who were willing to take the Mr. Maloney the position for which you same salary. Rev. C. H. Dunton, Principal, recommended him. Many thanks for your Aug. 8, 1905.

kind attention and most intelligent service Morgantown, W. Va.--I have received a which has the writer's heartiest appreciation. telegram from Superintendent Gallup notify- Capt. Wm. H. Kable, Commandant, Aug. 14, 1905. ing me that I have been elected to the position Andalusia, Ill.-I am pleased to say that I for which you recommended me and have have secured a position as teacher through your just wired my acceptance. Thank you for agency. D. M. Dukeman, Lancaster, Pa., Aug. your prompt and efficient efforts in my behalf. 15, 1905. Jane M. Chambers, Liverpool, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1905. Agricultural College, Miss.—I received the

Morgantown, W. Va.-Two of your candi following telegram this morning: “You are dates, Miss Watson and Miss Chambers, have appointed at $1,200 salary, beginning Sept. been elected to positions in our school. Supt. 15th.” I wired reply as follows: "I accept. Wm. H. Gallup, Aug. 9, 1905.

When shall I report?" V. W. Bragg, GordonsPoultney, Vt.-The position in Troy Con- ville, Va., Aug. 15, 1905. ference Academy has been given to me, and Rutland, Vt.-You will be interested to know I feel very grateful to you for your assistance that we have engaged Mr. Nelson A. Hallauer, Lillian E. Fisk, Morrisville, Vt., Aug. 9, 1905. of Webster, N. Y., one of your candidates, as

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in Derby Academy for which you recommended Trinity Hall, Washington, Pa.-We have me, and have already wired my acceptance. Let selected Mr. E. V. Greenfield, whom you recom me thank you for the unceasing efforts you have mended, for the French and German position. made in my behalf. I shall take pleasure in Thank you for services rendered. Chas. G. recommending your agency to my friends who Eckles, Head Master, Aug. II, 1905.

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