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Normal College Rews

Magazine

better class. It reaches every high school reading room and county commissioner in Michigan and is the most widely read publication of its kind in the state.

IT IS NOT A STUDENT PUBLICATION, but a part of the Normal
College, edited by its faculty. Its contributors are all men of eminence.
Typographically it represents the best work of the printer's art.

A JOURNAL OF EDU-
CATION FOR TEACH-
ERS EVERYWHERE

ADVERTISING RATES

PUBLISHED BY
THE MICHIGAN STATE

NORMAL COLLEGE
YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN

One page
One-half pase
One-fourth page
One inch single

One Year nine (issues)

$100 00

55.00
30.00
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Three Issues

$37.50
22.00
12.50
4.00

One Issue

$15.00

9.00 5.00 2.00

COMMON-SENSE ADVERTISERS

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The New South-west MAGAZINE

THE AT HOME

an illustrated MAGAZINE Published at Louisville, Ky. Circulation over 109,000 for March 1906. Increasing rapidily. Published at the Gateway of the South and the representative Publication of that section. Advertising rates reasonable.

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COMMON-SENSE ADVERTISERS

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What if Your Boy Should Become President Some Day? T!

HE bright, tousel-headed American boy-God bless him-he's the man of the

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