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It goes to more than 60,000 farmers, all in the Central West,
We please our advertisers because we please our readers.
Des Moines, Iowa.
Our Territory is the United States and a good deal of Canada.
Our Paper and Advertisers
Speak for Themselves
Our Readers are the most businesslike and prominent poultry raisers in this territory,
Our Rates are the lowest in the country when results are considered.
Send for a sample copy.
FREDERIC W. TAYLOR,
CIRCULATION 52,000 AND GOING UP
Claim advertising space before rates are again advanced.
Big Crops, Big Results for Advertisers
The Dominion of Canada has become the Land of Progress and
Plenty and its farmers are making it a wealthy nation.
The Farmer's Advocate
covers this whole vast empire of wheat fields, stock
bring very profitable prices. It is the Agricultural Authority of the Farmers of
the Dominion. It pays present advertisers and will pay you, if you have anything the farmer or his family needs. Send for sample copy and rates and get acquainted with this great and growing people. Two editions—both
will do you good work.
The William Weld Co., Ltd.,
A Full Page
The Rural New-Yorker
costs $240 an insertion. The space is 800 lines, allowing the use of about 6,500 words, agate.
This page goes into 75,000 farm homes and is read, as near as we can estimate, by at least 375,000 people. These are the homes of intelligent, progressive, business farmers. They are the best class of customers in the world. They pay millions of dollars annually for farm, home and individual supples.
How many of these customers can you win with a page advertisement? make but one sale out of every possible hundred customers, it would cost you thirty cents per sale. You reach three families or 15 possible customers for one cent.
Can't you figure a profit out of a full page advertisement on this basis? We will furnish proof of the correctness of the above data any time before or after you have paid for the service, and we will further guarantee it to be the cheapest rate per thousand paid circulation in the agricultural press. Shall we send copy and rate card?
The Rural New-Yorker