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For children from three to ten. Full of beautiful
pictures (some in colors) and stories by best authors.
_Adv._
Little Folks (new) in class A:
with American Boy or Harper's Bazar .......... 1.50
with Youth or American Boy ................... 1.50
with Cosmopolitan or Success ................. 1.50
with Pearson or Good Housekeeping ............ 1.50
with Leslie's or 20th Century Home ........... 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.50 Little Folks, N.Y. (Cassell's) .......... m Juv. 1.25
.50 Little Folks' Paper, Albany ............. w Juv. .45
2.00 Little Journeys, and Philistine .............. m 2.00
1.00 Live Stock Journal ...................... w Chi. .60
1.00 Live Stock Review, Cincinnatti .......... w L.S. .90
6.00 Living Age, Boston (F.P. 1.56) .......... w Lit. 5.75
2.50 Living Church, Milwaukee (n. 1.75) .... w Episc. 2.25
2.00 Locomotive Engineering, N.Y. ........... m Mech. 1.85
1.50 Locomotive Firemans Magazine ................... 1.40
2.25 Longman's Magazine, [reprint] N.Y. ...... m Lit. 2.00
4.00 Louisville (Ky.) Herald .......... 6 issues Rep. 8.20
1.00 Louisville (Ky.) Herald ...................... w .90
2.00 Louisville (Ky.) Herald .............. Sun. Rep. 1.65
1.00 Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal ........ w Dem. .65
6.00 Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal ... 6 Iss. Dem. 5.60
2.00 Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal ..... Sun. Dem. 1.90
3.00 Louisville (Ky.) Post ............ 6 issues Dem. 2.75
2.00 Lumber Trade Jou., New Orleans ............. s-m 1.70
2.00 Lutheran, Philadelphia (n. 1.70) ....... w Lath. 1.90
1.00 Lutheran Evangelist, Dayton, 0. ........ w Evan. .90
2.00 Lutheran Observer, Phila. .............. w Luth. 2.00
2.50 Lutheran Quarterly, Gettysburg, Pa. .... q Theo. 2.35
Add McClure's or Everybody's to any club at $1.00.

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1 00 Machinery (Shop Ed.) N.Y. .................... m .95
2.00 Machinery (Engineering Ed.) N.Y. ............. m 1.90
1.00 Madame, Indianapolis ......................... m .90
1.00 Madison (Wis.) Democrat .................... s-w 1.00
5.00 Madison (Wis.) Democrat ............... 6 issues 5.00
1.00 Magazine of Mysteries, N.Y. .................. m .75
1.00 Mail Order Journal, Chicago .................. m .70
3.00 MacMillan's Magazine .................... m Lit. 2.65
1.00 Maine Farmer, Augusta, Me. ............. w Agri. .90
1.00 Maine Sportsman, Bangor, Me. (n. .75) . m Sport. .85
1.00 Manual Training Mag., (F.P. 20) .............. q .90
1.50 Manufacturer and Builder, N.Y. ......... m Mech. 1.15
4.00 Manufacturers' Record, Bal'ore, Md. .......... w 3.25
2.00 Marine Engineering, N.Y. ..................... m 1.70
3.00 Marine Rev & Ma. Rec., (n. 2.50) ............. w 3.00
.75 Masonic Chronicle, Columbus, O. ......... m Mas. .50
1.50 Masonic Voice Review, Chicago ........... m Mas. 1.20
1.50 Masters in Art, Boston .................. m .... 1.50
2.50 Masters in Music, Boston ................ m .... 2.50
10 per cent discount to agents and dealers on last two.
1.00 Master Singer, New York ................ 10 Nos. .85
2.00 Mass. Ploughman (new 1.75) ................... w 2.00
.50 Mayflower, Floral Park, for 3 yrs. ......... s-m .50
1.00 McClure's Magazine, N. Y, (F. P. .96)
(6 mo. .55) ............................. m Lit. 1.00

[right pointing hand] TO SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS A
COMMISSION OF 20 CENTS WILL BE ALLOWED on all
orders forwarded, with the stipulation that the first
order for this magazine forwarded by an agent must
contain at least TWO subscriptions for it. A single
subscription will be accepted only at $1.00 unless
previous orders for it have been received this season.
Must not be taken in club with other publications, at
cut rates, nor given as a premium. Subscriptions so
taken will be rejected or subsequently "killed."
COMMISSIONS ALSO ALLOWED TO NEWSDEALERS AND
POSTMASTERS.

McClure's may be added to any club for One Dollar
.50 McCall's Mag. with Free pattern ........ m Fash. .50
McCall's Magazine in Offer No. 3
with Leslie's or Cosmopolitan ................ 1.25
with Harper's Bazar or Success ............... 1.25
with Good Housekeeping or Pearsons ........... 1.25
with any two of above ........................ 1.75
with Housekeeper and Vicks ................... 1.00
with Housekeeper, Vicks & Ladies' W'rld ...... 1.25
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.00 Medical Age, Detroit........................ s-m 1.00
1.00 Medical Brief, St. Louis ................ m Med. 1.90
1.00 Medical Bulletin, Philadelphia .......... m Med. .75
2.00 Medical Century (new 1.75) ................... m 2.00
1.00 Medical Journal, Columbus, O. (n. 70) ... m Med. 1.00
4.00 Medical News, N.Y. (new 3.25) ........... m Med. 4.00
2.00 Medical Review of Reviews, N.Y. ........ m Med. 2.00
1.50 Medical Standard, Chi. (F. P. .50) ...... m Med. 1.25
.50 Medical Talk, Columbus ....................... m .35
2.00 Medical Times, Chicago (n. 1.65) ........ m Med. 1.75
1.00 Medical Times & Register, Phila. ........ m Med. .90
1.00 Medical World, Philadelphia (n. 90) ..... m Med. 1.00
5.00 Medical and Surg. Journal, Boston
(n. 4.25) ............................... w Med. 4.90
2.00 Medicine ..................................... m 1.75
.50 Memphis (Tenn.) Commercial .............. w Dem. .45
6.00 Memphis (Tenn.) Commercial ......... 6 iss. Dem. 5.00
.50 Memphis Commercial Appeal .................... w .45
7.50 Memphis Com. Appeal ................... 7 issues 6.25
1.00 Men and Women, Cin. (F.P. .50) ......... m Cath. .75
Men and Women in class A
with Good Housekeeping or Success ............ 1.50
with Cosmopolitan or Leslie's ................ 1.50
with Pearson's or 20th Century Home .......... 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
with Smart Set or any class C ................ 2.50
with Lippincott and any class A .............. 3.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
Everybody's may be added to any club for One Dollar
1.00 Merck's Archives, N. Y .................. m Med. .95
2.00 Merchants' Guide, Philadelphia .......... w Com. 1.25
2.00 Merchants Record & Show Window ............... m 1.75
2.00 Merks Report, N Y .............................. 1.85
2.00 Messenger, N.Y. (n. 140) ..................... m 1.65
1.25 Messenger of Peace, Marceline, Mo. .... s-m Bap. 1.15
.50 Messenger of Sacred Heart, N.Y. ........ m R. C. .45
2.00 Metal Worker, N.Y. ..................... w Mech. 1.85
1.25 Metaphysical Magazine. (n. 115) .............. m 1.25
2.00 Methodist Magazine & Review .................... 1.80
2.60 Methodist Review, N.Y. .............. bi-m Meth. 2.55
1.50 Methodist Recorder, Pittsburg .......... w Meth. 1.40
1.00 Metropolitan Fashions N.Y. ............. q Fash. 1.00
1.80 Metropolitan Mag., N.Y. (F. P. .84) .......... m 1.80
We allow agents and dealers a commission of 35 cents.
Metropolitan Magazine in offer No. 5
with Lippincotts or any class C .............. 3.00
with Pearsons or any class A ................. 2.00
with Etude or any one in Offer 5 ............. 2.50
with Booklovers or any class B ............... 3.25
with any two in class A ...................... 2.50
with any three in class A .................... 3.00
with any two in class B or C ................. 4.75
with any three in class B or C ............... 6.25
.25 Metropolitan an Rural Home, N.Y. ....... m Agri. .20
.60 Michigan Farmer, Detroit ............... w Agri. .50
.25 Michigan Poultry Breeder .............. m Poult. .25
1.50 Midland, Chicago (n. 1.30) ............ w Relig. 1.45
1.00 Midland Schools, Des Moines (n. .80) ......... m .90
1.00 Miliner and Milliner's Guide ........... q Fash. .90
4.00 Millinery Trade Re View, N.Y. .......... m Fash. 4.00
1.00 Milwaukee Journal ....................... w Dem. .90

FOR HARPER'S MAGAZINE SEND ME ONLY $3.35
the great leading magazine of the world (price $4.00)
or add $3.35 to any combination in this catalogue.

Pub. Price Our Price
3.00 Milwaukee Journal ................ 5 issues Dem. 2.00
4.00 Milwaukee Wisconsin (w. .50-.40) ... 6 iss. Rep. 3.40
2.50 Mind, N.Y. (F.P. .50) ................... m Met. 2.15
1.00 Mind & Body, Milwaukee .................. m Edu. .90
2.00 Mines and Minerals, Scranton, Pa ............. m 2.00
6.00 Mining Journal ........................ 6 issues 5.30
2.00 Mining Journal, Marquette, Mich. ........ w Rep. 1.70
3.00 Mining and Sci. Press, San Francisco .... w Min. 2.65
3.00 Mining Reporter, Denver ...................... w 2.50
4.00 Minneapolis Journal .............. 6 issues Ind. 3.60
3.00 Minneapolis Tribune .............. 6 issues Ind. 2.65
4.80 Minneapolis Tribune ................... 7 issues 4.05
1.80 Minneapolis Tribune ..................... Sunday 1.60
.60 Minnesota School Journal ................... s-m .50
.50 Mirror & Farmer, Manchester, N.H. ...... w Agri. .40
.75 Missionary Herald, Boston .............. m Cong. .75
2.50 Missionary Review (n. 2.15) (F.P. .50) .. m Mis. 2.50
1.25 Mo. School Journal, Jefferson City ...... m Edu. .85
1.00 Moderator Topics, Lansing .................... m .80
.50 Modes, N.Y. .................................. m .40
1.50 Modern Language Notes, Balt. ....... 8 Nos. Lit. 1.45
1.00 Modern Machinery, Chicago .................... m .85
1.00 Modern Medicine, Battle Creek ................ m .75
.50 Modern Priscilla, Boston ..................... m .45
2.00 Monist, Chicago ......................... q Sci. 1.65
.60 Montreal Gazette ............................. w .45
6.00 Montreal Gazette ...................... 6 issues 5.00
3.00 Montreal Star .................... 6 issu. News. 2.55
3.00 Montreal Witness (w. 1.00-.70) .... 6 iss. Evan. 2.25
2.00 Morning Star, Boston .................... w Bap. 1.50
2.00 Motor Age, Chicago ........................... w 1.70
2.00 Motor Review ................................. w 1.65
2.00 Municipal Engineering, Indianap. ............. m 2.00
1.00 Munsey's Magazine, N.Y. (F.P. .84) ...... m Lit. 1.00
1.50 Musician, Thos. Tapper, Editor, ....... m Music. 1.25

THE MUSICIAN EMBODIES THE BEST IDEAS, GAINED BY
EXPERIENCE, OF THE LEADERS IN THE MUSICAL WORLD. ITS
OBJECT IS TO MAKE MORE WIDELY KNOWN THE BEAUTY AND
CHARM OF MUSIC, AND TO BRING EVERYBODY WITHIN ITS
REFINING INFLUENCE. IT TREATS ON EVERY PHASE OF MUSIC
AND MUSIC LIFE. THIS MAGAZINE CONTAINS IN A YEAR AT
LEAST $25.00 WORTH OF MUSIC AT RETAIL PRICE. INVALUABLE
FOR MUSIC TEACHERS, STUDENTS AND MUSIC LOVERS.

5.00 Musical Courier, N.Y. ................ w Music. 4.25
1.00 Musical Harp. Berea, O. .............. m Music. .75
2.50 Musical Leader & Concert Goer ................ w 1.70
.25 Musical Million, Dayton, Va. .......... m Music. .20
1.25 Musical Times ................................ m 1.25
Add McClure's or Everybody's to any club at $1.00.

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.50 Nashville (Tenn.) American ................... w .45
5.20 Nashville American .................... 6 issues 4.50
2.00 Nashville American ...................... Sunday 1.75
5.00 Nashville Banner (w. 1.00-.85) ..... 6 iss. Dem. 4.45
3.00 Nation, New York (F.P. 1.00) ............ w Ins. 2.85
2.00 National Builder, Chicago ...............m Arch. 1.40
1.00 National Druggists, St. Louis ......... m Drugs. .95
.50 National Educator, Allentown ................. m .35
2.50 National Geographic Magazine ............ m Sci. 2.25
1.00 National Laundry Journal, Chi. ........ s-m Com. .80
1.00 National Magazine, Boston ............... m Lit. .80
National Magazine
with Good Housekeeping or Pearsons ........... 1.50
with Leslies Monthly Mag., or Success ........ 4.50
with Cosmopolitan or 20th Century Home ....... 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.00 National Nurseryman, Rochester ................. .90
2.00 National Printer Journalist .................. m 2.00
1.00 National Rural, Chicago ................ w Agri. .85
1.00 National Sportsman ........................... m .80
1.00 Nat. Stockman & Farmer Pittsburg ......... Agri. .80
1.00 National Tribune, Wash. ...................... w 1.00
6.00 Nature, New York, Reprint ............... w Sci. 5.40
1.00 Nautilus ..................................... m .90
1.00 Nebraska Farmer, Lincoln ................ w Agr. .80
.25 Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln .......... Rep. .25
1.00 Nebraska Teacher, Lincoln ............... m Edu. .90
2.00 New Church Rev., Boston ...................... q 1.75
3.00 New England Magazine (F.P. .75) ......... m Lit. 2.65
1.00 New England Farmer, Boston ............. w Agri. .85
2.00 New England Grocer, Boston (n. 1.85)..... w Com. 2.00
1.50 New England Medical Monthly ............. m Med. 1.20
1.00 New England Homest'd, Springfield ............ w 1.00
2.00 New Haven Register ...................... Sunday 1.90
6.00 New Haven Register .................... 6 issues 5.60
.50 New Idea Woman's Magazine, N.Y. ........ m Fash. .50
1.75 New illustrated Magazine, N.Y. .......... m Lit. 1.65
2.00 New Orleans Picayune (s-w. 1.00-.90) .. Sun Dem. 2.00
10.00 New Orleans Picayune ............. 6 issues Dem. 10.00
1.00 New Orleans Times-Democrat .............. w Dem. 1.00
12.00 New Orleans Times-Democrat .......... 7 iss Dem. 12.00
2.00 Newspaperdom, N.Y. ........................... w 1.75
1.00 New Voice, Chicago (new .90) ........... w Temp. 1.00
1.00 N.Y. Accts. & Bookkeeper's Jour. ............. m .60
2.50 New York American and Journal ........ Sun. Dem. 2.20
8.50 New York American and Jour. ........ 7 iss. Dem. 7.00
6.00 New York American & Journal. ....... 6 iss. Dem. 5.00
4.00 New York Clipper (F.P. 1.50) .......... w Sport. 3.25
6.00 N.Y. Commercial, & Price Current ....... d Trade 5.40
7.50 New York Commercial Adv. Eve. with Saturday
sup .............................. 6 Issues Rep. 5.25
2.50 N.Y. Com. Adv. Sat. Edition & Sup. ........... w 1.95
4.00 N.Y. Dramatic Mirror ......................... w 8.40
3.50 New York Evening Journal ........... 6 iss. Dem. 3.00
2.00 N.Y. Eve. Post (w. 1.00-85) ........... s-w Ind. 1.90
9.00 N.Y. Eve. Post (Sat. 1.50 1.45) .... 6 iss. Ind. 8.35
1.00 N.Y. Farmer, Port Jervis (n.85) .............. w .90
3.00 N.Y. Family Story Paper (F.P. 12) ............ w 2.40
8.10 N.Y. Herald (Sun. 2.10-2.05) ....... 6 iss. Ind. 8.05
10.10 New York Herald .................. 7 issues Ind. 10 05
2.50 N.Y. Mail and Express ............ Saturday Rep. 2.35
2.25 New York Mail and Express. ....... 5 issues Rep. 2.10
4.50 New York Mail and Express. ....... 6 issues Rep. 4.10
5.00 New York & Phila., Medical Jour .............. w 4.25
5.50 New York News (Sun. 2.50-2.20) ..... 7 iss. Dem. 4.00
3.00 New York News ...................... 6 iss. Dem. 2.60
3.00 New York Observe (n. 2.25) ............. w Evan. 3.00
4.50 New York Press ................... 6 issues Rep. 4.00
6.50 New York Press (Sun. 250-2.30) ..... 7 iss. Rep. 5.75
6.00 New York Sun ..................... 6 issues Dem. 5.60
8.00 New York Sun (Sun. 2.00-1. 90) ..... 7 iss. Dem. 7.40
2.00 New York Telegraph ...................... Sunday 1.75
1.00 N.Y. Teacher's Monographs, N.Y. ......... 6 iss. .90
12.00 N.Y. Morning Telegraph, N.Y. ............ 6 iss. 9.85
6.00 New York Times (Sat. 1.00-.95) ..... 6 iss. Dem. 5.30
8.50 New York Times (Sun. 2.50-230) ..... 7 iss. Dem. 7.45
1.00 New York Tribune Farmer ................. w Rep. .75
8.00 New York Tribune ................. 6 issues Rep. 7.40
10.00 New York Tribune (Sun. 2.00-1.90) ... 7 is. Rep. 9.20
.25 New York Tribune Almanac. ...................... .25
1.50 New York Tribune ........... 3 times a week Rep. 1.20
1.00 N.Y. Tribune Review .......................... w .85
3.00 New York Weekly ......................... w Lit. 2.50
1.00 New York Witness ....................... w Evan. .90
1.00 New York World ............. 3 times a week Dem. .90
6.00 New York World ................... 6 issues Dem. 5.45
3.50 New York World. eve. edition ........ Daily Dem. 3.25
8.50 New York World (Sun. 2.50-2.30) .... 7 iss. Dem. 7.65
.35 New York World Almanac ......................... .35
.50 Nickell Magazine, N.Y. .................. m Lit. .35
4.50 Nineteenth Century (reprint) N.Y. ....... m Lit. 4.00
My agents must charge $4.50 for above.
.50 Normal Instructor--Teachers' World ..... m Edu. .45
1.00 Normal Instructor--Teachers' World 3 yrs m Edu. .90
Normal Instructor in offer No. 3:
with Success or Good Housekeeping ............ 1.25
with Primary Plans or Am. Education .......... 1.25
with Am. Primary Teacher or Leslie's ......... 1.25
with Pearson or 20th Century Home ............ 1.25
with Popular Educator (new) .................. 1.25
with any two of above ........................ 1.75
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
3.00 North American. Phila. .................... daily 3.00
2.50 North American .......................... Sunday 2.50
5.00 North American Rev., N.Y. (F.P. .96) .... m Lit. 4.25
To Teachers and the Clergy 2.75.
North American Review (new):
with Success & Good Housekeeping ............. 5.00
with Rev. of Rev. or World's Work ............ 5.75
with Booklover or Independent ................ .75
with any two of above ........................ 7.25
with Outlook (new) ........................... 5.75
with Country Life ............................ 6.00
SEE OTHER CLUB OFFERS IN FOREPART OF THIS CATALOGUE.
Everybody's may be added to any club for One Dollar
.30 Northern Messenger, Montreal ........... w Temp. .27
.50 North West Agriculturist (n..35) ........... s-m .50
3.00 Northwestern Miller (new 2.50) ............... w 3.00
1.00 Northwest Jour. of Education Olympia ........... .85
1.00 Northwest Pac. Farmer. Port., Oreg. .... w Agri. .85
1.00 Notes and Queries, Manchester, N. H. .... m Edu. .95

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1.50 Odd Fellows' Talisman ................... m O.F. 1.50
1.00 Ohio Edu. Monthly. Columbus. O .......... m Edu. 1.00
.60 Ohio Farmer, Clevel'd (2 yrs. 1.00-.90) w Agri. .50
.50 Ohio Poultry Journal, Dayton, O ...... m Poult. .35
1.00 Ohio State Journal, Columbus .......... s-w Rep. .85
5.50 Ohio State Journal ................. 6 iss. Rep. 5.20
3.00 Ohio State Jour. (State Ed.) ............ 6 iss. 2.25
.75 Ohio Teacher, Athens .................... m Edu. .60
7.00 Oil City (Pa.) Der'ick (s.w. 1.00-.95) 6 iss Ind. 5.25
4.00 Oil, Paint & Drug Reporter (new 3.25) .......... 4.00
1.00 Olympian, Nashville ..................... m Lit. .75
Add McClure's or Everybody's to any club at $1.00.
4.00 Omaha Bee (Sun. 2.00-1.85) ....... 6 issues Rep. 3.60
4.00 Omaha World Her'ld (s-w 1.00-.85).... 7 iss Ind. 3.40
1.25 Omaha World-Herald ................. Sunday Ind. 1.15
1.00 Open Court, Chicago ..................... m Sci. 1.00
1.50 Oregonian, Portland ..................... w Rep. 1.35
1.00 Orange Judd Farmer ..................... w Agri. 1.00
2.00 Ores and Metals, Denver ...................... m 1.50
1.00 Organ, N.Y. ............................... bi-m .90
1.50 Organist, with binder, Dayton. ........ b-m Mus. 1.40
3.00 Organist's Journal, Arlington, N.J. ..... m Mus. 2.50
2.00 Our Day, Chicago (F. P. .50) ................. m 1.80
.50 Our Dumb Animals, Boston. ............... m Edu. .35
.35 Our Little People, Farmington ........... m Juv. .30
1.00 Our Monthly, Clinton, S.C. ................... m .80
.50 Our Times, N.Y. ......................... m Edu. .50
2.00 Out West, Los Angeles ................... m Lit. 1.90
Out West in offer No. 5:
Leslies and Good Housekeeping ................ 2.50
World Today and Harper's Magazine ............ 5.35
Booklovers and Success ....................... 3.50
1.00 Outdoor Life, Denver .................... m Lit. .90
Recognized as authority on big game hunting in America
and the most beautifully illustrated sportsmans
magazine.
Outdoor Life in class A:
with Success or Good Housekeeping ............ 1.50
with Leslies or 20th Century Home ............ 1.50
with Pearsons or Recreation .................. 1.50
with Cosmopolitan or Am. Inventor ............ 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.50 Outdoors (F.P. 1.00) .................. in Sport 1.00
Outdoors in class A:
with Outdoor Life ............................ 1.50
with any one in above Clubs .................. 1.50
with any two in above Clubs .................. 2.00
with any three in above Clubs ................ 2.50
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
3.00 Outing, N.Y. (F.P. 72) ................ m Sport. 3.00
Outing in class B:
with Success and Leslies ..................... 3.00
with Review of Reviews and Recreation ........ 4.25
with Outdoors and World's Work ............... 4.25
with Booklovers and Outdoor Life ............. 4.25
with Smart Set and Pearsons .................. 4.25
with Burr McIntosh and Cosmopolitan .......... 4.25
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
8.00 Outlook, N.Y. (F.P. 1.56) ............. w Family 3.00
Outlook (new):
with Success.................................. 3.00
with Country Life ............................ 5.00
with Harper's Bazar or any class A ........... 3.25
with World's Work and Success ................ 4.50
with Century and House Beautiful ............. 6.75
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.50 Overland Monthly, San Francisco ......... m Lit. 1.20

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2.00 Pacific Rural Press, San Francisco ..... w Agri. 1.75
1.00 Pacific Monthly, Portland .................... m .75
2.00 Paint, Oil and Drug Review, Chi. ........ w Com. 1.65
1.50 Painter's Magazine (new 1.40)................. m 1.50
4.00 Paper Trade Journal, N.Y. ............... w Com. 3.25
.25 Parks Floral Magazine, LaParks, Pa. ..... m Flo. .20
1.00 Pathfinder (F. P. 52) ........................ w .90
Pathfinder in class A:
with Success or Cosmopolitan ................. 1.50
with Pearsons or Good Housekeeping ........... 1.50
with Leslie's or Am. Education ............... 1.50
with N'rm'l Instructor or Primary Plans ...... 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
5.00 Pedagogical Seminary, Worcester. ..... Vol. Edu. 4.50
1.00 Pearson's Magazine, N.Y. ................ m Lit. 1.00
We allow Newsdealers, Postmasters and agents a
commission of 25 cents on each Pearson subscription
taken at $1.00.
Pearson's Magazine in class A:
with Success or Cosmopolitan ................. 1.50
with American Boy or Leslies ................. 1.50
with Am. Inventor or Recreation .............. 1.50
with Sunset or Harper's Bazar ................ 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
with Outing and Recreation ................... 3.25
with World's Work and Success ................ 3.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.00 Penmans Art Jour. N.Y. ....................... m .85
2.00 Pennsylvania Grit, Williamsport .............. w 1.70
1.60 Pennsylvania School Journal ............. m Edu. 1.25
1.00 People and Patriot, Concord ............. w Dem. .90
.35 People's Home Journal, N.Y. ............. m Lit. .30
1.50 Perry's Musical Mag., Sedalia, Mo. ...... m Mus. 1.15
1.00 Perry Magazine, Malden (new .85) ........ m Art. .95
Perry Magazine in Offer No. 4:
with Pearson or any in class A ............... 1.75
with Success and any in class B .............. 3.25
with Leslie's and any in class C ............. 3.25
with World today and any class A ............. 1.85
with Harper's Bazar and any class A .......... 2.25
3.00 Pharmaceutical Era, New York ........... w Phar. 2.90
3.00 Phila. Inquirer (Sun. 2.60-2.35) ... 6 iss. Rep. 2.75
3.00 Philadelphia Medical Journal ................. w 3.00
3.00 Philadelphia Press, (w. 1.00-.90) .. 6 iss. Rep. 2.70
5.50 Phila. Press (Sun. 2.50-2.30) .....7 issues Rep. 4.80
3.00 Phila. North American ................. 6 issues 3.00
2.50 Phila. North American ..................... Sun. 2.50
3.00 Phila. Public Ledger and Times ...... 6 iss Ind. 2.65
1.00 Phila. Public Ledger ...................... Sun. .90
1.00 Philadelphia Record (Sat. .50-.50) ... Sun. Ind. 1.00
3.00 Philadelphia Record .............. 6 issues Ind. 3.00
1.00 Philistine, E. Aurora, N.Y. .................. m .90
Philistine in class A
with Little Journeys for 1905 ................ 2.00
with Little Journeys (1905) and any one in
class A .................................... 2.50
with any one in class A ...................... 1.50
3.00 Philosophical Review, New York ...... bi-m Phil. 2.85
1.00 Photo-American, N.Y. (F.P. 36) ......... m Phot. .85
$500 given in prizes each year. (adv.)
1.00 Phonographic Magazine .......................... .85
1.00 Photo-Beacon, Chicago (F.P. .36) ........ m Art. .85
2.50 Photo Era, Boston ....................... m Art. 2.25
2.50 Photo Miniature, N.Y. ........................ m 2.50
1.00 Photographic Times, Bulletin, N.Y. ...... m Sci. .85
1.00 Phrenological Jour. N.Y. ................ m Hyg. .90
1.00 Physical Culture, N.Y. ....................... m 1.00
Physical Culture in class A
with Beauty and Health ....................... 1.25
with Harper's Bazar or Leslie's .............. 1.50
with Cosmopolitan or Good Housekeeping ....... 1.50
with Pearson or Success ...................... 1.50
with American Boy or Sunset .................. 1.50
with any two above or in class A ............. 2.00
5.00 Physical Review, N.Y. ........................ m 4.25
1.00 Pictorial Review, N.Y. (F.P. .50) ............ m .75
1.00 Picture and Art Trade, Chicago .......... m Com. .65
1.00 Pickings from Puck ........................... q .90
1.00 Pilgrim, Battle Creek (F. P. .60) ............ m .75
3.00 Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph ..... 6 iss. Ind. 3.00
1.00 Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette.............w Rep. .90
3.00 Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette .......6 iss. Rep. 3.00
6.00 Pittsburgh Dispatch (w 1.00-90)..... 6 iss. Ind. 5.00
2.50 Pittsburgh Dispatch ................ Sunday Ind. 2.15
6.00 Pittsburg Leader ................. 6 issues Ind. 5.20
2.50 Pittsburg Leader ..................... Sun. Ind. 2.15
1.00 Pittsburgh Post (Sun. 2.50-2.20) ........ w Dem. .90
3.00 Pittsburgh Post .................. 6 issues Dem. 3.00
3.00 Pittsburg Time ........................ 6 issues 2.25
1.50 Plant World, Washington, D.C. ........... m Set. 1.25
.50 Pluck, Chicago .......................... m Juv. .40
1.00 Plumbers Trade Journal, N.Y. .......... s-m Com. .90
3.00 Poet Lore, Boston (F.P. .24) ............ q Lit. 2.75
4.00 Police Gazette, N.Y. ......................... w 3.50
2.00 Police News, Boston .................... w Sport 1.75
3.00 Political Science Quarterly, Boston ..... q Sci. 2.60
2.50 Popular Astronomy, Northfield, Minn. ........ m 2.40
1.00 Popular Educator, Boston ................ m Edu. .95
Popular Educator (new) in class A
with Primary Education (new) ................. 1.50
with Am. Education or Leslie's ............... 1.50
with Am. Prim. Teacher or Pearson ............ 1.50
with Primary Plans or Pearson ................ 1.50
with any two above or in class A ............. 2.00
with Journal of Geography .................... 1.75
1.20 Popular Magazine, N.Y. ....................... m 1.20
1.00 Popular Mechanics, Chi. ................ m Wash. .90
3.00 Popular Science Monthly, N.Y. (F.P. .50) ..... m 2.90
1.50 Portland (Me.) Transcript ............... w Lit. 1.35
1.00 Posse Gymnasium Journal, Boston .............. m .85
1.00 Post Graduate, New York ...................... m .90
.50 Poultry Herald, St. Paul ..................... m .35
.50 Poultry Keeper, Quincy, Ill. ........... m Poul. .35
.50 Poultry Success. Springfield ................. m .40
2.00 Power, New York (F.P. 1.00) ............ m Mech. 1.95
1.00 Practical Farmer, Philadelphia ......... w Agri. .85
.50 Practical Engineers, Phila. ................... m .25
2.50 Practical Photographer ....................... m 2.25
1.00 Prairie Farmer, Chicago ................ w Agri. .85
.75 Preachers Helper, Cleona, Pa. ................ m .70
1.50 Preachers' Assistant ......................... m 1.35
2.50 Presbyterian, Philadelphia ............. w Pres. 2.25
2.00 Presb. Banner, Pittsburg ............... w Pres. 1.95
1.50 Presb. Journal, Philadelphia (n. 1.25) . w Pres. 1.40
2.00 Presto, Chicago (F. P. 2.00) ............. Mus. 1.25
1.00 Primary Education, Boston ............... m Edu. .95
Primary Education (new) in class A
with Popular Educator (new) .................. 1.50
with Primary Plans or Leslie's ............... 1.50
with Am. Prim. Teacher or Pearson ............ 1.50
with Normal instructor or Cosmopolitan ....... 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
with Journal of Geography .................... 1.75

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1.00 Primary Plans, Dansville ..................... m .90
Primary Plans in class A
with Normal Instructor ....................... 1.25
with Popular Educator (new) or Success ....... 1.50
with Primary Education (new) or Leslies ...... 1.50
with Am. Primary Teacher or Pearsons ......... 1.50
with Cosmopolitan or Sunset .................. 1.50
with any two of above or in class A .......... 2.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.00 Primary School Era, Oak Park ................. m .90
1.00 Primary School, N.Y. .................... m Edu. .95
3.00 Princeton Theological Rev. (n. 2.75) ......... q 2.90
5.00 Printing Art, Cambridge ...................... m 4.25
5.00 Printer's Ink, New York ................. w Adv. 3.50
Subscriptions for Printers Ink received before
Dec. 31, 1904. $2.00.
1.00 Professional & Amateur Photog'er ............. m .75
Professional & Amateur Photographer in class A
with Success or Leslies ...................... 1.50
with Sunset or Good Housekeeping ............. 1.50
with Pearsons or Cosmopolitan ................ 1.50
with Am. Boy or 20th Century Home ............ 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
2.00 Profitable Advertising, Boston ............... m 1.65
1.00 Progressive Teacher, Nashville ............... m .60
Progressive Teacher in class A
with Normal Instructor ....................... 1.23
with Popular Educator (new) .................. 1.50
with Primary Education (new) ................. 1.50
with Am. Prim. Teacher or Pearsons ........... 1.50
with Cosmopolitan or Sunset .................. 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
Everybody's may be added to any club for One Dollar
6.00 Providence (R.I.) Journal .......... 5 iss. Ind. 5.00
2.00 Providence (R.I.) Journal .......... Sunday Ind. 1.75
4.00 Psychological Review, N.Y. ................ bi-m 3.90
2.00 Public, Chicago .............................. w 1.60
4.00 Public Opinion, N.Y. (F.P. 1.04) ........ w Ind. 4.00
1.00 Public Libraries, Chi. (new .90) ....... 10 Nos. 1.00
3.00 Publisher's Weekly, N.Y. (n. 2.75) ...... w Com. 3.00
5.00 Puck, New York (F.P. 1.04) .............. w Hum. 4.25
1.00 Puck's Library, N.Y. (F.P. 25) .......... m Hum. .90
1.00 Puck's Quarterly, N.Y. (F.P. 25) ........ q Hum. .85
1.00 Pulpit, Cleona, Pa. ..................... m Ser. .90
1.00 Pythian Age, Milwaukee ....................... m .90

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3.00 Quarterly Jour. of Economics, Boston .... q Sci. 2.50
4.00 Quarterly Review ........................ q Lit. 3.65
My agents must charge $4.00 for above.
1.50 Quiver, N.Y. ............................ m Lit. 1.25

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4.20 Railroad Gazette New York .................... w 4.20
4.00 Railway Age, Chi. (n. 3.25) .................. w 4.00
4.00 Railway and Eng. Review, Chicago ........ w R.R. 3.25
2.00 Railway and Locomotive Eng. .................. m 1.90
1.50 Ram's Horn, Chicago ..................... w Ind. 1.35
2.00 Rand & McNally's R'y Guide, Chi. ............. m 1.75
1.00 Raven, San Francisco ......................... m .75
6.00 Reader's Guide to Periodical Liter'e ......... m 6.00
3.00 Reader's Magazine, Indianapolis ......... m lit. 3.00
Reader's Magazine
with Booklover's or any class B or C ......... 3.50
with Scribners ............................... 4.60
with Outlook (new) ........................... 3.75
with North American Review (new) ............. 5.00
with Burr McIntosh ........................... 3.50
1.00 Record of Christian Work, E. Northfield m Ch W'k .90
2.00 Records of the Past, Washing'n (n. 1.85) ......m 1.95
1.00 Recreation, New York (new .65) ............... m .85
1.00 Red Book, Chicago ....................... m Lit. 1.00
1.25 Reformed Church, Mess., Phila. .......... w R.Ch. 1.25
.50 Reliable Poultry Jour.. Quincy, Ill. .. m Poult. .40
2.00 Religious Herald, Richmond (n. 1.65) .... w Bap. 1.85
2.00 Religious Telescope, Dayton, O. ......... s U.B. 1.85
1.00 Resources, Montreal .......................... m .75
5.00 Retailer & Advertiser, N.Y. (n. 4.25) ........ w 5.00
3.00 Review (new 2.85) ............................ w 3.00
2.50 Review of Reviews, N.Y. ...................... m 2.50
Review of Reviews in class B
with Success ................................. 2.50
with Art Interchange and Success ............. 4.00
with Pop. Educator (new) and Success ......... 3.00
with Primary Education (new) & Pearson ....... 3.25
with Normal Instructor and Leslie's .......... 3.00
with Art Interchange and Pearson ............. 4.25
with Outlook (new) ........................... 4.25
with Country Life ............................ 4.50
1.00 Rhodora, Boston .............................. m .95
1.00 Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch ......... s-w Dem. .90
3.00 Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch ...... 5 iss. Dem. 2.50
5.00 Richmond Times-Dispatch ............... 6 issues 4.00
5.00 Rider and Driver, New York ................... w 4.25
1.00 Rochester Democrat & Chronicle .......... w Rep. .60
6.00 Rochester Democrat & Chronicle ......6 iss. Rep. 5.25
1.50 Rochester Democrat & Chronicle ....... Sun. Rep. 1.50
3.00 Rochester Evening Times ................. 6 iss. 3.00
6.00 Rochester Morning Herald ........... 6 iss. Dem. 6.00
6.00 Rochester Post-Express ............. 6 iss. Ind. 6.00
6.00 Rochester Union and Advertiser ..... 6 iss. Dem. 5.00
1.00 Rocky Mountain Educator, Denver ................ .75
1.00 Rocky Mountain Herald, Denver ........... w Ind. .90
1.00 Rocky Mountain News .......................... w .95
7.00 Rocky Mountain News .................. iss. Pop. 5.85
2.50 Rocky Mountain News ..................... Sunday 2.20
9.00 Rocky Mountain News .............. 7 issues Dem. 7.40
2.00 Rudder, New York ............................. m 1.90
1.00 Rural California, Los Angeles .......... m Agri. .75
1.00 Rural New Yorker, New York ............. w Agri. .95
6.00 Rutland, (Vt.) Herald (n. 1.00.-.95) 6 iss. Rep. 5.60

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.50 Sabbath Reading, N.Y. .................. w Evan. .45
1.00 Sacramento Record-Union ................. w Rep. .90
2.00 Sacred Heart Rev, Boston (n. 1.50) ........... w 1.75
1.00 St. Andrews Cross, N.Y. ............... m Epis. .75
3.00 St. Nicholas (sample 5c.) ............... m Juv. 2.65
Saint Nicholas
with Review of Reviews and Success ........... 5.00
with World's Work or Review of Reviews ....... .75
with Little Folks (new) or Youth ............. 3.50
with Leslie's Monthly & Harper's Bazar ....... 4.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
10.00 Salt Lake C'y Herald (s-w. 1.50-1.55) 7 iss Dem. 8.25
2.00 Salt Lake City Tribune ................ s-w Ind. 1.75
2.00 Salt Lake City Tribune (Sunday) ................ 1.75
12.00 Salt Lake City (7 issues) ...................... 10.45
9.00 San Diego Union (w. 1.50-1.30)
(n. 8.25) .......................... 7 iss. Rep. 9.00
6.80 San Fran. Bulletin (Sun. 2.00-1.45) 7 iss. Ind. 5.25
8.00 San Francisco Call (w 1.00-.80) .... 7 iss. Ind. 6.75
No discount on Call west of Rocky Mountains.
8.00 San Fran. Chronicle (w. 1.50-.1.25) 7 iss. Ind. 6.75
No discount on above in Cal., Ore or Wash.
8.00 San Fran. Examiner (w. 1.50-1.25) .. 7 iss. Ind. 6.75
4.00 San Francisco News Letter ............... w Ind. 8.25
5.00 San Francisco Post (w. 1.00-.85) . 6 issues Ind. 4.25
1.00 Saturday Blade, Chicago ................. w Lit. .85
2.00 Saturday Evening Post ................... w Lit. 2.00

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2.00 Saturday Night, Toronto, Can. ........... w Lit. 1.50
6.00 Savannah (Ga.) News (w. 1.00-.90) .. 6 iss. Lit. 5.60
2.00 School, N.Y. ............................ w Edu. 1.75
1.00 School Arts Book, Worcester ............ 10 nos. .85
School Arts Book in Offer No. 4
with Success or Good Housekeeping ............ 1.75
with Popular Educator (new) or Leslies ....... 1.75
with Primary Plans or Pearsons ............... 1.75
with Am. Prim. Teacher or Cosmopolitan ....... 1.75
with Primary Education (new) or Sunset ....... 1.75
with any two of above ........................ 2.25
with Journal of Education .................... 2.75
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.00 School Bulletin, Syracuse (F.P. .12) .... m Edu. .85
1.25 School and Home Education ......... 10 Nos. Edu. 1.10
1.00 School Education. (.70 new) ....... 10 Nos. Edu. .96
.50 School Music Monthly ......................... m .40
School Music Monthly in Offer No. 3
with Am. Education or Leslies ................ 1.25
with Primary Plans or Success ................ 1.25
with Am. Prim. Teacher or Pearsons ........... 1.25
with Pop. Educator or Cosmopolitan ........... 1.25
with any two of above ........................ 1.75
1.50 School Review, Chi. (F.P. .50) .... 10 Nos. Edu. 1.30
1.25 School News, Taylorville, Ill. .......... m Edu. 1.00
.60 School Physiology Journal .............. 10 Nos. .50
.35 School World, Farmington, Me. ........... m Edu. .30
1.00 School Work, N.Y. .............................. .90
2.00 School World, N.Y. ........................... m 1.80
2.00 School Journal, N.Y. .................... w Edu. 1.90
2.00 School of Mines Quar., N.Y. (n. 1.55) ... q Min. 1.65
5.00 Science, New York ....................... w Set. 4.90
3.00 Scientific American N.Y. (F.P. 1.00) .... w Sci. 2.75
Scientific American
with Outlook (new) ........................... 5.25
with Success and Leslies Monthly Mag ......... 4.25
with Art Interchange or Outing ............... 4.75
with Journal of Education .................... 4.75
with Am. Education or Cosmopolitan ........... 3.75
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
5.00 Scientific American Supplement .......... w Sci. 4.25
7.00 Scientific American & Supplement ........ w Set. 6.00
2.50 Scientific American Building Mo ........ m Sci. 2.15
3.00 Scottish American, N.Y. ...................... w 2.65
3.00 Scribner's Magazine, (sample 10c.) ...... m Lit. 3.00
To Agents, Postmasters and Newsdealers we allow a
commission of 15 cents on Scribner's providing they
collect $3.00 of the subscriber.
SCRIBNER'S MAY BE ADDED TO ANY COMBINATION FOR $2.85
BUT SEPARATELY COSTS $3.00.
Scribner's Magazine:
with Success or Good Housekeeping ............ 3.85
with Cosmopolitan or 20th Century Home ....... 3.85
with Popular Educator or Pearsons ............ 3.85
with Am. Education or Am. Boy ................ 3.85
with any two of above or in class A .......... 4.35
with World's Work or Rev. of Reviews ......... 5.10
with Rev. of Reviews and Success ............. 5.35
with Century and House Beautiful ............. 7.35
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
5.00 Seattle (Wash.) Times ............ 6 issues Ind. 4.20
1.00 Seattle (Wash.) Times ........................ m .90
1.00 Service, Chicago ............................. m 1.00
Service
with any one in class A ...................... 1.50
with Success and any one in Class B .......... 3.00
4.00 Shoe and Leather Reporter, (n. 3.25) ...... Com. 4.00
3.00 Shoe Retailer and Boots and Shoes ...... m Shoes 3.00
1.00 Shoe Trade Journal ........................... w .65
3.50 Shooting and Fishing, N.Y. ............. w Sport 2.75
4.00 Shoppell's Modern Houses, N.Y. ........ q Archi. 3.00
2.50 Short Stories (fiction) N.Y. (F.P. .48) ... Fie. 2.20
2.00 Sibley Journal of Engineering ........... 9 Nos. 1.80
1.50 Signs of the Times, Oakland .................. w 1.15
1.00 Silver Cross, Kings Daughters, N.Y. .......... m .90
4.00 Sioux City Journal (s-w. 1.00-.65) . 6 iss. Rep. 3.40
1.00 Sioux City Tribune ......................... s-w .70
1.00 Sis Hopkins Magazine, N.Y. ................... m .90
Sis Hopkins
with Pearson or Cosmopolitan ................. 1.50
with Leslies or Good Housekeeping ............ 1.50
with Success and Outing ...................... 3.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
6.00 Sketch (Am. Ed.) ............................. w 5.60
1.00 Small Farmer, N.Y. ........................... m .70
2.50 Smart Set, N.Y. (new 2.40) .............. m Lit. 2.50
Smart Set in class C
with Success or Am. Boy ...................... 2.50
with Good Housekeeping or Leslies ............ 2.50
with 20th Century Home or Cosmopolitan ....... 2.50
with Harper's Bazar or Pearsons .............. 2.50
with any two above ........................... 3.00
with Art Interchange ......................... 3.75
with any one in class B or C ................. 3.75
Everybody's may be added to any club for One Dollar
1.00 Social Service, N.Y. ......................... m .90
3.00 Something to Read, (Am. ed.) N.Y. ............ m 2.65
1.00 South Dakota Educator, Mitchell .........10 Nos. .80
.50 Southern Planter ............................. w .50
2.00 Southern Churchmen, Richmond ..................w 1.80
1.00 Southern Cultivator, Atlanta ......... s-m Agri. .75
1.00 Southern Educational Journal ................. m .95
2.00 Southern Lumberman, Nashville ......... s-m Lum. 1.65
1.00 Southern School Journal ...................... m .60
4.00 Spectator, N.Y. (n. 3.35) ............... w Lit. 4.00
1.00 Spirit of Missions, N.Y. ............... m Miss. .85
1.00 Spirit of '76, N.Y. .................... m Hist. .75
Spirit of '76 in class A
with Success or Good Housekeeping ............ 1.50
with Harper's Bazar or Leslie ................ 1.50
with House Beautiful or Cosmopolitan ......... l.50
4.00 Spirit of the Times and Sport N.Y. .... w Sport. 3.40
3.00 Spokane (Wash.) Chronicle ............. 6 issues 2.75
1.00 Spokesman Review ........................... s-w .90
8.50 Spokesman Review ....................... 6 issue 7.50
1.50 Sports Afield, Chicago ....................... m 1.25
4.00 Sports of the Times ...........................w 3.40
2.00 Sporting Life, Philadelphia ........... w Sport. 1.75
2.00 Sporting News, St. Louis .............. w Sport. 1.75
2.00 Sportsmen's Review, Cincinnati ........ w Sport. 1.75
1.00 Springfield (Mass.) Republican .......... w Ind. .95
8.00 Springfield (Mass.) Republican ..... 6 iss. Ind. 7.40
2.00 Springfield (Mass.) Republican ....... Sun. Ind. 1.80
6.00 Springfield (Mass.) Union ....... 6 issues. Rep. 5.20
2.50 Springfield (Mass.) Union................ Sunday 2.25
1.00 Square and Compass, Denver ................... m .75
2.00 Standard, Chicago........................ w Bap. 1.90
4.00 Standard and Vanity Fair, N.Y. ............... w 3.25
.50 Star Monthly, Oak Park........................ m .46
1.00 Stenographer, Phila. (F.P. 25) ............... m .75
5.00 Stockholder, N.Y......................... d Fin. 4.00
3.00 St. Louis Chronicle........................... d 2.00
2.00 St. Louis and Canadian Photo'her ...... m Photo. 1.75
2.00 St. Louis Christian Advocate (n. 1.75) . w Meth. 1.90
1.50 St. Louis Globe Democrat ............. Sat. Rep. 1.45
2.00 St. Louis Globe Democrat ........... Sunday Rep. 1.90
1.00 St. Louis Globe Democrat ................... s-w .85
4.00 St. Louis Globe Democrat ......... 6 issues Rep. 3.80
6.00 St. Louis Globe Democrat ......... 7 issues Rep. 5.60
1.00 St. Louis Med. & Surg. Jour .................. m .65
2.00 St. Louis Post Dispatch ............ Sunday Dem. 1.65
4.00 St. Louis Post Dispatch .......... 6 issues Dem. 3.20
1.00 St. Louis Republic..................... s-w Dem. .85
1.00 St. Louis Republic (Sun. 2.00-1.90) 6 iss Dem. 3.85
1.50 St. Louis Republic ............... Saturday Dem. 1.45
1.50 St. Paul Daily News .............. 6 issues Ind. 1.35
1.20 Strand (Am. Ed.) ........................ m Lit. 1.20
8.00 Street Railway Journal (n. 2.50) ............. m 2.65
3.00 Street Railway Review, Chicago.......... w Mech. 2.20
1.00 Students' Journal, New York ............ m Phon. .90
3.00 Studies in Hist. & Pol. Science, Balt ... m Sci. 2.65
1.00 Success, New York (F.P. .75) .......... m Family 1.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
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CLUBS make the THREE clubs.
Success in class A:
with Pearsons or Popular Educator (new) ...... 1.50
with Leslies or Prim. Education (new) ........ 1.50
with Cosmopolitan or Primary Plans ........... 1.50
with Good Housekeeping or Am. Boy ............ 1.50
with any two of above or in class A .......... 2.00
with Review of Reviews or Independent ........ 2.50
with World's Work and Leslies ................ 3.00
with International Studio .................... 4.50
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
.25 Success With Flowers, West Grove ............. m .20
1.00 Suggestion, Chicago (n. .60) ................. m .75
.60 Sunday School Illustrator, Chi ......... m S.S. .55
1.00 Sunday School Times, Phila. ............. w Evan. 1.60
Add McClure's or Everybody's to any club at $1.00.
1.00 Sunset Magazine, San Francisco ......... m Trav. .75
Sunset Magazine in class A:
with Successor Good Housekeeping ............ 1.50
with Cosmopolitan or Pop. Educator (n) ...... 1.50
with Primary Plans or Pearsons .............. 1.50
with Leslies or Primary Plan ................ 1.50
with any two of above or in class A ......... 2.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
.50 Sunny South, Atlanta. ................... w Lit. .50
.50 Swine Breeders' Jour ................. s-m Agri. .45
5.00 Syracuse Journal (w. 1.00-.95) ..... 6 iss. Rep. 4.20
2.00 System, Chicago .............................. m 2.00
System in class A:
with Cosmopolitan or Leslies ................. 2.00
with World's Work or Review of Reviews........ 3.25
with Country Life ............................ 4.00
with North American Review.................... 5.00
with Book-keeper and Pearson ................. 2.25
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
Add McClure's or Everybody's to any club at $1.00.

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1.00 Table Talk, Philadelphia ................ m Cul. .85
1.00 Talent, Phila. ............................... m .75
1.50 Tales from Town Topics (new 1.25) ............ q 1.40
1.00 Teacher's College Record, ................. bi-m .90
.25 Teacher's Gazette, Milford ................... m .20
1.00 Teacher's Journal, Marion ...................... .70
1.00 Teachers' Institute. N.Y. ......... 10 nos. Edu. .95

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2.00 Technical World .............................. m 2.00
Technical World in class A:
with Success or Pearson ...................... 1.50
with Leslie's or 20th Century Home ........... 1.50
with American Inventor or Am. Boy ............ 1.50
with Book-keeper or Ladies' World ............ 1.25
with Sunset or Good Housekeeping ............. 1.50
with any two of the above .................... 2.00
with any three of the above .................. 2.50
with Review of Reviews and Success ........... 3.00
with Booklover and Leslies ................... 3.25
1.00 Telephone Magazine, Chi. (F.P. .50) .......... m .80
1.00 Telephony, Chicago (new .85) ................. m 1.00
1.00 Ten Story Book, Chi. .................... m Lit. .75
1.00 Texas Farm and Ranch, Dallas ........... w Agri. .85
1.00 Texas Farmer, Dallas ......................... w .50
1.00 Texas School Journal, San Antonia ....... m Edu. .85
1.00 Texas Stock and Farm Jour., Dallas ...... w L.S. .75
2.00 Textile World Record, Boston ................. m 1.70
5.00 Textile Colorist, Phil. (F.P. .60) ..... m. Sci. 4.50
3.00 Theatre, N.Y. ................................ m 2.45
2.00 Therapeutic Gazette, Detroit ............ m Med. 1.75
1.00 Thrift Magazine .............................. m .60
2.00 Tobacco, New York............................. w 1.65
2.00 Tobacco Leaf, New York (n. 3.25) ........ w Com. 1.65
2.00 Toilettes, New York (Junior Ed. .90).....m Fash. 1.65
5.00 Toledo Bee (w. .50-.45) .......... 6 issues Dem. 4.20
5.00 Toledo Blade (w. 1.00-.70) ....... 6 issues Rep. 4.25
4.00 Topeka Capital (n. 3.25) ......... 5 issues Rep. 4.00
1.00 Topeka Capital (new .85) .............. s-w Rep. 1.00
.50 Topeka State Journal ......................... w .45
3.60 Topeka State Journal .................. 6 issues 3.10
3.00 Toronto Eve Mail and Empire ............. 6 iss. 2.50
1.75 Toronto Globe (W 1.00-85) ............. Sat Ind. 1.50
4.00 Toronto Globe, morning edition ..... 6 iss. Ind. 3.50
3.00 Toronto Globe, evening edition .......... 6 iss. 2.50
1.00 Toronto Mail and Empire ................. w Ind. .85
2.00 Toronto Mail and Empire (In Prov. of Ontario and
city of Montreal 3.50) .............. 6 iss Ind. 1.95
1.00 Toronto News ..................... 6 issues Ind. .90
3.00 Toronto World (Sun. 2.00-1.40) ..... 6 iss. Ind. 2.20
3.00 Topical Architecture ......................... m 2.50
4.00 Town and Country, N.Y. ................. w Ill's 3.25
4.00 Town Topics, N.Y. (new 3.60) ........... w Soc. 3.75
2.00 Trained Nurse & Hospital Rev. N.Y. ........... m 1.50
2.00 Treasury of Religious Thought ................ m 1.75
2.00 Trotter and Pacer, N.Y. ...................... w 1.65
6.00 Troy Times (S.W. 1.10-.90) ....... 6 issues Rep. 5.60
3.00 Truth Seeker, New York (n. 2.25) ........ w A.R. 2.65
4.00 Turf, Field & Farm, N.Y. (n. 2.50) .... w Sport. 3.50
1.00 Twentieth Century Home Irvington ........ m Lit. 1.00
Twentieth Century Home in class A:
with Success or Pop. Educator (n) ............ 1.50
with Good Housekeeping or Am. Boy ............ 1.50
with Leslie's or Primary Plans ............... 1.50
with Pearson or Am. Prim. Teacher ............ 1.50
with any two above or in class A. ............ 2.00
with Review of Rev. and Success .............. 3.00
1.00 Typewriter & Phonograph World ................ m .75

U

.50 Union Gospel News, Cleveland ................. w .50
1.00 Union Signal, Chicago ................... w Tem. 1.00
1.50 United Presbyterian, Pitts. (n. 1.40) .. w Pres. 1.50
5.00 U.S. Investor, Boston (n. 4.25) .............. w 5.00
2.00 United States Official Postal Guide (paper
binding) with supplements .............. m Post. 1.75
2.50 Same (cloth binding) ................... m Post. 2.15
2.00 Unity, Chicago ............................... w 1.65
2.00 University Med. Mag., Phila. (n. 1.65) ... m Med 2.00
1.00 University of Chi. Record (F.P. .50) ......... w .95
2.00 Universal Brotherhood, N.Y. .................. m 1.65
2.00 Universalist Leader, Boston (n 1.90) ... w Univ. 2.00
2.00 Utica Globe ............................... Sat. 2.00
6.00 Utica Herald (s-w. 1.00-.90) ..... 6 issues Rep. 5.60
6.00 Utica Observer (s-w. 1.00-.90) ... 6 issues Dem. 5.60
6.00 Utica Press (new 5.60) ........... 6 issues Ind. 6.00
1.00 Utica Press ........................... s-w Ind. 1.00

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1.00 Vegetarian, Chicago .......................... m .70
.15 Vickery's Fireside Visitor, Augusta ..... m Lit. .15
.50 Vick's Family Magazine, Roch. .......... m Hort. .35
Vick's Magazine in Offer No. 3:
with Housekeeper & McCalls ................... 1.00
with Cosmopolitan and Leslies ................ 1.65
with Leslies' Monthly ........................ 1.25
with any one in class A ...................... 1.25
with Pearsons and Woman's Home Companion ..... 1.73
with Success and World Today ................. 1.75
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3.00 Vogue, New York ........................ w Fash. 3.00
1.50 Voice of Fashion, Chicago .................... q 1.20

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2.00 Western Horseman, Indianapolis ......... w Sport 1.75
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.60 Western Penman. Cedar Rapids, Ia. ....... m Edu. .50
1.00 Western Penman (Prof'nal Ed.) ................ m .85
1.00 Western Teacher, Milwaukee .............. m Edu. .85
1.00 Western School Journal. Topeka .......... m Edu. .85
1.00 Western Sportsman .............................. .65
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4.50 Westminster Review. N.Y. ................ m Lit. 4.00
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with Good Housekeeping or Pearsons ........... 1.50
with Am. Boy or Am. Education ................ 1.50
with Popular Educator (new) or Leslies ....... 1.50
with Am. Prim. Teacher or 20th Cen'ry Home ... 1.50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
See other club offers In forepart of this catalogue.
Everybody's may be added to any club for One Dollar
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1.20 Wide World Magazine, N.Y................ m Lit. 1.20
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.75 Wisconsin Farmer, Madison .............. w Agri. .60
1.00 Wisconsin Jour. of Edu., Madison ........ m Edu. 1.00
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4.00 Wisconsin State Jour., Madison. .... 6 iss. Rep. 3.25
.50 Wisdom, Boston................................ w .45
1.00 Wiltshire Magazine, N.Y. ..................... m .60
1.00 Woman's Home Companion .................. m Lit. 1.00
Woman's Home Companion
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with What to Eat or Pearsons ................. 1.60
with Prim. Education (n) or Leslies. ......... 1.60
with Am. World today. ........................ 1.70
with Am. Pri. Teacher or Sunset .............. 1.60
with any two of above ........................ 2.10
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
.50 Woman's Journal, Alliance (n. 35) ............ m .50
.25 Woman's Home Journal, Boston ................. m .20
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.60 Woman's Missionary Mag., Xenia, O. ............. .60
1.00 Woman's Tribune, Washington .................. w .75
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.50 Woman's Work for Women, N.Y. ................. m .50
.10 Woman's Magazine, St. Louis .................. m .10
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.50 Wool Market and Sheep .......................... .40
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1.00 World Wide, Montreal ........................... .70
1.00 World's Events, Dansville ...................... .60
World's Events in Offer No. 3:
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with Primary Education (new) or Leslies ...... 1.25
with Pop Educator, American Boy or Success ... 1.25
with Am. Education or Am. Boy ................ 1.25
with Primary Plans or Sunset ................. l.25
with any two of above ........................ 1.75
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
2.50 World's Fair Bulletin, St. Louis ............. m 2.10
1.00 World's Review, Buffalo ................. w News .75
1.00 World To-day, Chicago (F.P. 1.00) ....... m Lit. 1.00
World Today:
with Leslies or Cosmopolitan ................. 1.60
with Am. Education or Pearsons ............... 1.60
with Popular Educator or Sunset (new) ........ 1.60
with any two of above ........................ 2.10
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
8.00 World's Work, N.Y. (F.P. 96) ............ m Lit. 3.00
World's Work in class B:
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with Etude or School Review .................. 3.25
with Art Interchange and Success ............. 4.00
with Country Life ............................ 4.50
with Outlook (new) ........................... 4.25
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
1.00 World Wide, Montreal ......................... w .70
1.00 Writer, Boston For literary workers .......... m .90

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.50 Young Americans, N.Y. .................. m Youth .50
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1.00 Young Folks' Musical Monthly ............ m Mus. .75
.50 Young Idea, Boston Club of 10.3.15. ..... m Juv. .40
4 00 Young Ladies' Jour. (reprint) N.Y. ..... m Fash. 3.65
3.75 Young Ladies' Journal, London .......... m Fash. 3.25
.75 Young Peoples Weekly, Elgin .................. w .75
1.00 Youth, Philadelphia ............................ .75
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with Popular Educator or Leslies (new) ....... 1.50
with Am. Prim. Teacher or Cosmopolitan ....... 1.50
with Am. Education or 20th Century Home ...... .50
with any two of above ........................ 2.00
See other club offers in forepart of this catalogue.
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3.00 Zanesville (O) Times-Recorder (6 iss.) ......... 2.65
2.50 Zion's Herald, Boston .................. w Meth. 2.15
1.25 Zion's Watchman, Albany, (n. 1.15) ........... w 1.25
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