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Image from page 24 of “Archon” (1914)
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Identifier: archonjun1914dumm
Title: Archon
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Dummer Academy Governor’s Academy (Byfield, Mass.) Governor Dummer Academy
Subjects: Governor Dummer Academy Dummer Academy Governor’s Academy (Byfield, Mass.) Newsletters
Publisher: Dummer Academy
Contributing Library: The Governor’s Academy, Pescosolido Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners

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Stationery, Candies, In facit everything a good drugstore should sell. Baileys Drug Store 2 STORES IPSWICH ROWLEY Tel. Con. R. ED. THURLOWShoes 11 STATE STREET Castelhun Pharmacy CHAS. W. PERRY, JR., Prop. Cor. State Street and Market Square NEWBURYPORT, MASS. STAR GROCERY 71 STATE STREET NEWBURYPORT Atkinson Coal Co. NEWBURYPORT When in need of the best, these pages will tell you where to get it. THE AECHON 23 If You Have The Girl We have theRing Tfie Brown Jewelry (g. 3 Pleasant Street NEWBURYPORT JEWETT BROS. Grocers ROWLEY, MASS. Russells Lunch ALWAYS OPEN 11 DEPOT SQUARE, IPSWICH5 STATE ST., NEWBURYPORT Graham Market 26 Market Square NewburyportEVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS PEARSONS BOOKSTORE Stationery a Specialty35 STATE STREET, – NEWBURYPORT F. A. PERKINS Uictrolas and Records 43 Pleasant Street NEWBURYPORT Compliments of Merchants National Bank NEWBURYPORT Get Your Spring Suit . . from . . WARE, The Tailor 8 State StreetAlso Cleaning and Pressing CAMP WYANOKE A SUMMER CAMP for BOYS

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LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE, – W0LFEB0R0, N. H.JULY 1 to Sept. 2 W. H. BENTLEY, ConductorRecorder, Dummer Academy, South Byfield, Mass. Show the advertisers that it pays to advertise. 24 THE ARCHON Cutortng in Cambrt&ge The teachers named below, Harvard graduates of long ex-perience in teaching, thoroughly familiar with Harvard require-ments, will receive this summer, as usual, pupils in Cambridge inpreparation for the admission examinations. Instruction will befurnished preparatory to entrance, to the removal of conditions, orto the anticipation of college studies. The work is divided bysubjects among different teachers, and the methods of instructioninsure the best possible adaptation to special needs. Excellentlaboratory facilities are provided. Students from a distance can have pleasant accommodationsprocured for them, and much care is given to their comfort andenjoyment. There are ample opportunities for tennis, rowing, andother out-door recreation. A special dining hall and two dormi

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Image from page 944 of “Gleanings in bee culture” (1874)
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Identifier: gleaningsinbeecu40medi
Title: Gleanings in bee culture
Year: 1874 (1870s)
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Subjects: Bees Bee culture
Publisher: [Medina, Ohio, A. I. Root Co.]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: UMass Amherst Libraries

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h they say, We are well pleased with the result wehad last year from our advertising with you. Gleanings not only bringsinquiries but orders and re-orders. Results to the advertiser are results to the reader, for satisfactory returnsfrom a paper to a manufacturer or breeder induce him to give of his best tothe readers of that paper. One hardly needs to buy expensive poultry-booksif he reads such advertisements carefully and profits by the information con-tained in the catalogs and printed matter sent out by advertisers. If you are at all interested in poultry (and it seems to us every one of ourreaders ought to be) it will pay you to study the advertisements in this paperand to send for printed matter from such as appeal most to you. Bees andpoultry dovetail nicely, and you will enjoy the poultry department by oursenior editor more than ever if you can duplicate some of his experiences inyour own back yard. Feb. 15. 1912 If goods are wanted quick, send to Pouder.^ (Twenty-third year).

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He ComesUp Smiling When he gets hismaterial here. A large and complete stock of the Root goods ou hand at the factoryschedule of prices. My system of rotating does not permit of any accumu-lation of old stock; my comb foundation is always fresh from the mills;sections fresh and bright, and hives have all of the latest improvements.Early-order discounts are still available. If you have not been gettingyour goods here I am sure I can interest you, and just at this season of theyear the question of supplies is an interesting one. My stock of goods,my equipment and shipping facilities, would be a revelation to any bee-keeper who can call and see for himself My new catalog is the most com-plete that I have ever sent out, and explains much as to how the l^eeSupply business is handled in Indiana. HONEY—As heretofore I still maintain quality, and have a largestock on hand at all times of the very best that can be produced, and myprices will be found correct. BEESWAX—You can now avail your

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