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The New South-west MAGAZINE
A monthly magazine published in the Indian Territory and devoted to the development of the Mercantile, Manufacturing and Agricultural Interests of the South-west. The best advertising medium in the South-west because it covers the entire country and is read by all classes of people. Rates made known on application.
Business-like brevity and telling comnionseuse are the characteristics of the magazine METHOD, which will be patent to the most superficial reader, and the treatment of the different subjects grips one as that of a writer who knows what he is talking about aud doesn't waste words. To the enterprising man the magazine at once makes its appeal, and to such people as manufacturers who do not adverti and expect their businesses to flourish, it says a few straight words stinging with truth. The magazine contains descriptions of various methods of business systems, and numerous rules for business men's guidance.- The Weekly Scotsman, April 151h, 1905.
Specimen Copies, 8d (150.) Post free.
Subscription price: $1.00 per year
Single copy, 100
E. G. STORM, Advertising Manager
STONEWALL, IND. TER.
“METHOD," Ld., 16 Thanet House, Strand, London, W.C., (England)
One Dollar per Year
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The Railway Critic
TO SELL THE LAW
143 Liberty Street
New York City
Vigorous, Progressive, and Independent.
Liberal commissions paid to parties who can give good references. None others need apply. The pages of The Law will appeal to all intelligent people. It is, and will be the most instructive weekly publication in the United States, and will be delivered to subscribers for $4.00 per year in advance. All persons can be canvassed.
THE RAILWAY. CRITIC. is all that its name
implies. It is the leading Illustrated Railroad and Travel Magazine of the World, and is the established authority on all matters within its purview.
It has its readers in all sections of the United States, Canada and Mexico. It is ably edited, abreast with the times, and is a powerful leader of public opinion.
Write for terms and outfit, sending references, to
THE LAW PUBLISHING CO. 813-14 MISSOURI TRUST BLDG.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
ADVERTISING RATES $40.00 per Page; $25.00 per Half-Page; $15.00 per
Quarter Page. DISCOUNTS: Three Morths, 5 per cent.; Six Months, 10 per cent.; Twelve
Months, 15 per cent. Advertising Forms close the 20th of each month
preceding the date of issue.
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to us time to
WM. H. O'BRIEN, PRESIDENT
NEGLECT OF SOCIAL NICETIES FATAL TO SUCCESSFUL CAREER.
Bu A. S. Monroe
THREE WIVES ATTEMPT TO HELP THEIR HUSBANDS
Drawing Instruments This beautiful set of drawing instruments is made of a high quality, fine grade German Silver and consists of a 5% inch ruling pen, spring blade, 6 inch compasses with fixed needle point, pen, pencil point and lengthening bar, case of leads, extra steel divider point; it is put up in an elegant Morocco pocket case, lined with cotton velvet, fully warranted.
Drawing Board This nicely finished drawing board made with the best of care of selected pinewood, seasoned by the latest process so as to insure hard service; size 12x17 inches with side ledges clamped, two surfaces.
In making remittance do not send personal check unless 15 cents is added for exchange. Money may be sent by P. O. Order, Registered Letter or Express Order.
T Square and Triangle The Triangle is made of thoroughly seasoned Cherry, framed, mortised joints, 30 degrees x 60 degrees. The workmanship is of the best and absolute accuracy is guaranteed.
The T Square is made of plain blade with fixed head, making it very serviceable. The material in its construction is thoroughly seasoned before being used and measures 18 inches in length.
In addition to this are furnished thumb tacks, erasure, 12 doz. soft pencils, 150 sheets of paper, and one line rule giving the width of newspaper and magazine columns in inches and ems, also number of words for a given space, comparative sizes of type by points and ems, agate and inch measurement printed on good grade of celluloid, all for $3.75 (in United States and Canada only, foreign students $4.25).
You cannot buy this outfit at any place in the United States for double the price. Send in your order to-day and the goods will be shipped immediately. This drawing outfit is used by and recommended to students of the Page-Davis School. Orders should be sent by Post Office Order or Registered Letter.
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BROWNING'S MAGAZINE sent by mail to any address in the United States or
Canada for FIFTY CENTS. Cash Prizes for Amateur Photographers and Puzzlers each month. Sample copies of the Magazine free. Address the store of Browning. King & Company that is nearest you, or the Publishers, 22 Cooper Square, New York City.
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FAIRPLAY wishes every boy and girl without fail
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