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ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN ADVERTISERS
St. Paul, Minn. -
CMARMAN COMMITTEE ON GIRCULATIO
The certificate reproduced above speaks for itself. The
average circulation of
ST. PAUL, MINN.
certified to is larger than that of any other farm paperin Minnesota.
See a later issue of Agricultural Advertising for proof of present paid circulation as determined by the representative of the Association of American Advertisers. The Farmer's paid circulation emphasizes still further the supremacy of this paper in the Northwest. Average guaranteed circulation for 1905 exceeding
Rate 35 cents per line with liberal space discounts.
WEBB PUBLISHING CO., St. Paul, Minn. G. W. HERBERT,
W. (. RICHARDSON, Chicago Representative,
New York Representative, 715 First National Bank Building.
724 Temple Court.
What the Wise Ones Say...
Page 477 The Editor's Horizon......
478 Advertising from the Farmer's Standpoint..
481 Catalogues and Booklets..
484 Avilon Bay-Illustration.
486 Arrows for Advertisers...
492 As Advertising Appears to a Layman-By Alva Agee..
495 Worth Reproducing..
496 Meeting of The Big Five.......
500 The Agricultural Sections of the Northwest. The Advertiser's Opportunity-By James Morrow...... 502 What Makes a Specialty Salesman-By F. E. Sanborn.
505 Ohop Lake-Illustration....
507 Among Publishers and Advertisers.
507 Foreign Language Papers....
508 Banquet of Ad. Club, Buffalo, N. Y......
509 Annual Dinner of Periodical Publishers Association..
512 Clipped and Condensed...
518 First Annual Meeting of Technical Publicity Association...
Copyright, 1905, by Long-Critchfield Corporation.
1 page run of paper $50 14 page run of paper $15
Extra charge for special positions. Reading matter 75c count line. Advertisements set in regular reading type marked in italics "Adv." or must contain regular display head line.
Copy should be received by the 20th of the month preceding date of issue.
We advise subscribers to have Agricultural Advertising sent to their home addresses