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THE HE oldest agricultural journal in America and the most influential in the Eastern States.
Addresses thrifty, well-todo farmers who pay $2.00 per year for their choice agricultural paper.
Circulates among thousands of successful dairymen who demand well-bred live stock.
Has maintained a high standard for three generations of farmers, who buy liberally and manage successfully.
Every issue clearly printed on fine paper, illustrated liberaliy with fine cuts and replete with practical contributions.
No successful advertiser omits The American Cultivator from his list, who wishes to reach the best farmers and their families of the Eastern and Middle States.
Published at Lincoln, Neb.
The only real educational farm paper published for German farmers in America.
A paper that has achieved a great success in a great field is a great medium to be represented in. A large percentage of the most prominent Live Stock raisers in this country are Germans who can read English but prefer the language of their forefathers. All of the most progressive, up-to-date German farmers read the Deutsch-Amerikan.
Farmer because it is the most forceful, practical and clean paper in this class.
Send for a sample copy and notice the class of advertisements.
Circulates 31,000 Copies
Weekly among a most enterprising and intelligent constituency who have implicit faith in the paper, both in its editorial and its advertising announcements.
Sample copies sent free on application, and advertising rates promptly quoted by the publishers.
Company, 220 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.
Eighteen months ago our remarkable subscription plan was
The American Farmer, Indianapolis, Ind.
Solon L. Goode, Manager Chas, N. Goode, Secretary Eastern Representative, Fisher Special Agency, 150 Nassau Street, New York City