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SOMETHING SURPRISING IN POULTRY JOURNALISM,
AND OF INTEREST TO ALL ADVERTISERS.
show that it ran more advertising in one month than other leading magazines: COLLIER'S MCCLURE'S MUNSEY'S HARPER'S SCRIBNER'S COSMOPOLITAN L. H. JOURNAL DELINEATOR 89,183 33,152 27,198 24,054 21,908 20,546 14,910 12,467 Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines
It will surprise many to know that the magnitude of the Poultry Industry has enabled its Leading Exponent-the Reliable Poultry Journal-to secure and hold more business than any one of the popular magazines above mentioned. In the month referred to
THE RELIABLE POULTRY JOURNAL RAN 40,855 LINES. Suppose that none of your competitors are represented in its columns! What a chance for an advertising scoop. Send for a Free Sample Copy of THE WORLD'S LEADING (Biggest and Best) POULTRY JOURNAL whose Guaranteed Circulation is invariably Exceeded.
Address, RELIABLE POULTRY JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO., QUINCY, ILL.
Has carried from 10 to 35 per cent more advertising per issue for the last six months than during the corresponding period of last year,
AND WHAT MEANS THE MOST is that this increase is largely due to old advertisers using larger space,
While this book contains 144 pages and nearly 200 attractive illustrations, and is worth 50 cents, it is given FREE as a premium with a year's subscription to Nebraska Farmer at the
Regular Subsription Price
We are so crowded with gasoline engine trade that we are hardly able to take care of all that seems in sight through our ad in The Commoner. We have been entirely satisfied with the results.
IONA WAGON Co., Iona, Mich.
John F. Bible, Sec'y and Gen. Mgr. A few papers like The Commoner would be all that we would need to advertise in, as it brought us so many replies to our advertisement of our Hog Cholera Remedy.
SNODDY REMEDY Co., Lincoln, Neb. and Alton, ill. Our advertisement in The Commoner figures the lowest price per inquiry of any paper of my selection. One paper cost ine $6.60 per inquiry. The Commoner has cost me, so far, forty cents per inquiry, and accumulative answers may reduce this number one-half. I am abundantly satisfied. CLARENCE BURTON MACHY,
Kansas City, Mo.
Or it will be sent postpaid, on request, to those interested and desiring reliable agricultural information, such as is given each week in the old, reliable and practical Nebraska Farmer. If you desire the trade of the best people in Nebraska, who have farm property valued at $747,950,057, or an average per capita for her population of $701.50 --whose farms average 246 acres, and each farm Las an average production of $1.340 00 per annum-place your ads in the
Complete, definite proofs of all statements fuinished on request. The Commoner,
J.P. LIMEBURNER, 186 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill. A. J. LIMEBURNER, Bettz Bldg. Philadelphia, Pa.
IF YOU WILL COMPARE this season's advertising columns of The Farmer with those of any other
Farm Paper you will admit that
OUR CASE IS WON
is our strongest argument. The large,
“THE FARMER PAYS”
Webb Publishing Company, St. Paul, Minn.
W. C. Richardson, Eastern Rep. 824 Temple Court, New York.
Geo. W. Herbert, Chicago Rep.
Right tn the Front Rank and Still
$600,000,000 worth of cotton alone last season. All other crops were in proportion. And it is a fact that
THE SOUTHERN RURALIST reaches more of the farmers that do business on a large scale than any other farm paper in the South.
They will be your customers if they see your advertisement in their favorite paper.
The South will spend a great portion of its wealth this year for improvements.
Advertisers in The Southern Ruralist will reap the biggest harvests.
On May 1st a flat rate of 15 cents per agate line goes into effect, based on a guaranteed circulation of 40,000 copies.
Only a few days more of the discount proposition. Write to-day to
SOUTHERN RURALIST CO., 35 Marietta St., ATLANTA, GA.