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everyone may become acquainted with this splendid high-class home
magazine we will send a copy of our superb double Christmas number
together with a copy of the lovely picture in oil colors shown in this
advertisement. This is one of the very best issues ever put out and
everyone should have a copy. _Order now. The edition is limited._

[Illustration: Caption: _Magnificent study in oil colors "Piggies in
Clover". Size 10 x 35 inches. Price 50 cents sold singly. Given free
with the Christmas 1904 issue of the "Art Interchange."_]

THE ART INTERCHANGE now occupies the first position among the art
journals of America, and its high standard of excellence will be
maintained throughout. Every department will be most thorough in every
detail, and subscribers for 1905 will be more than pleased.

Space will not permit of our full prospectus here, but for the asking
our descriptive, illustrated, thirty-two page Catalogue will be sent to
any address.

FOR $2.00 you will receive The Art Interchange for six months,
beginning January, 1905 and will get in addition, _FREE,_ the Sept.
Oct. Nov. and Dec. 1904 accompanied by all the beautiful color and other
supplements. By taking advantage of this offer NOW, you get 10 months
for $2 Sept. 1904 to June 1905.

FOR $4.00 we will enter you for the entire year of 1905 and send
you FREE, the entire year of 1904 complete thus giving you two
full years (1904 and 1905) for only $4.00, with all color and other
supplements.

FOR $7.00 you will receive Scribner's Magazine for a full year,
The Art Interchange for 1904 and 1905 as above and Scribner's Portfolio
of 50 Popular Pictures (new series), price of which alone is $7.00. You
get $16.00 value for only $7.

The above offers are good for a short time only. You should, therefore,
lose no time in sending your subscription direct to our office.

Send all subscriptions and make all remittances payable to _D. D.
COTTRELL'S SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y._ OR THE ART
INTERCHANGE CO. 9 WEST EIGHTEENTH STREET NEW YORK CITY

[Note that The D. D. COTTRELL company NO LONGER EXISTS!!!]





_THE NEW YORK FAMILY STORY PAPER FOR 1904-5._

FOUNDED in 1873 the NEW YORK FAMILY STORY PAPER is the only literary
weekly of its kind which has maintained its pre-eminent position; others
have passed away, but THE NEW YORK FAMILY STORY PAPER continues as ever
the first in circulation and excellence of its contents.

During the coming Fall and Winter season, we shall make a feature of
publishing a less number of serial stories, giving more space to
_Longer Instalments_ of each continued story and publishing a
greater number of short stories in each issue. Our usual departments,
including _Legal Aid_ will be kept up to their high standard. The
FAMOUS PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS, worth from 15 to 30 cents each,
are sold exclusively to our readers for ten cents each. These are the
only tissue patterns cut on French models. They are the only patterns
that give artistic lines to the figure and French CHIC to the wearer. A
home-made dress will not look "Home-Made" if you use Pictorial Review
Patterns.

_A NEW STORY BEGINS EVERY WEEK_ So that any time you begin
reading the paper, you can always find in it the opening chapters of a
fascinating romance by a famous American author.

[Illustration: Front page of "Golden Hours".]

_SPECIAL OFFER TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF
ONE._

If you will send us one dollar for a four-months' subscription (17
weeks) to the NEW YORK FAMILY STORY PAPER, we will send you FREE OF
ALL CHARGES in addition to the paper, a copy each month for a year
of GOLDEN HOURS, the GREATEST ILLUSTRATED FAMILY MONTHLY MAGAZINE
published. Don't fail to take advantage of this splendid offer before it
is withdrawn.

_SUBSCRIPTION RATES._
For 1 Year ................................................ $3.00
For 6 Months ............................................... 1.50
For 4 Months with a year's subscription to GOLDEN HOURS..... 1.00

For sample copies of THE NEW YORK FAMILY STORY PAPER and GOLDEN HOURS,
and pamphlet illustrating and describing our splendid premiums which are
given for coupons published in its columns, send postal card request to
_MUNRO'S PUB. HOUSE, NORMAN L. MUNRO, PROP. 24-26 VANDEWATER ST.,
NEW YORK._


WHAT A 25c ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION TO GOLDEN HOURS WILL GIVE YOU

12 complete novels by the most famous American and foreign authors The
latest Fashions and Fads every month. Prize Short Story Competition with
cash prizes every month. Free Medical Advice Free Legal Aid. A Prize
Photography Competition with monthly and yearly cash prizes. Stories and
matters of interest for all the members of the family. 20 pages
illustrated with fine half-tone and line drawings. GOLDEN HOURS is the
best, as well as the cheapest, Monthly Illustrated Family Magazine.
Every number complete in itself.

TERMS. One year $ .25, Club of 5 Annual Subscriptions $1.00.

_NORMAN L. MUNRO, 24-26 VANDEWATER ST., NEW YORK._




COLLIER'S THE NATIONAL WEEKLY

Noted for its Clear-cut Editorials; Special Articles by Men of the Hour;
Exclusive Photographs and Correspondence on all Important News Events of
the World; Fiction by the Most Noted Writers and the Exclusive Art Work
of

Maxfield Parrish
Frederic Remington
F. X. Leyendecker
Jessie Willcox Smith
and Charles Dana Gibson

COLLIER'S HOUSEHOLD NUMBERS (issued the last week in each month)
have had a success unprecedented in the history of weekly journalism,
and their popularity is still increasing. The series of Conan Doyle's
famous "Sherlock Holmes" detective stories, each complete in an issue,
are now running in these Household Numbers. The exquisite double-page
drawings by Charles Dana Gibson are a feature of this series.

COLLIER'S FICTION NUMBERS (issued the second week in each month)
are virtually magazines in themselves; rich in Art and abounding in good
stories. The cream of the prize-winning stories in Collier's recent
$8,000 Short Story Contest (in which 12,000 stories were entered) will
appear during the coming year in these Fiction Numbers. The double-page
features will be by Frederic Remington, reproduced in full color; the
cover designs by Jessie Willcox Smith and others

10 CENTS A COPY, ALL NEWSDEALERS $5.20 A YEAR




SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN

ESTABLISHED 1845

_FOR SIXTY YEARS_ the _Scientific American_ has
presented in a popular form the progress of science, invention and
industry. No periodical contains so vast a fund of trustworthy
information on timely topics of the day. Each issue is profusely
illustrated. It contains articles on such subjects of special interest
as the latest discoveries in the Scientific World, the development in
Electricity, Engineering, Machinery, Automobiles, Natural History,
Marine Architecture in all its branches, Yachting, etc. Furthermore,
each number contains a special column of brief Notes on Science,
Engineering, Automobiles, etc. A special Department on Patents is
published every second or third number. This contains descriptions and
illustrations of interesting and novel inventions, Personal Notes about
inventors and Legal Decisions in Patent, Trade-mark and Copyright cases,
etc., digested in a popular and readable style. Inquiries in regard to
physics, hydraulics, electricity, etc., are answered free of charge in
our "Notes and Queries Department." We have special correspondents in
various parts of the country, also in London and Paris, who contribute
to our columns weekly.

SUBSCRIPTION $3 A YEAR.




SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN BUILDING MONTHLY

ESTABLISHED 1885

Is a handsomely illustrated architectural journal of interest not only
to professional architects, but especially to those who intend to build
their own houses. _The Building Monthly_

Contains

Illustrations of houses of all sizes and styles, with full plans.

Descriptions of houses illustrated and cost of construction.

Monthly comments on architectural matters.

Talks with artists and architects.

Articles on landscape and domestic gardening.

Fire protection; the household; housing problems; and the country house.

Legal notes of value to Architects and Builders.

Patents of interest to the architect and house owner.

The best examples of interior decoration and furniture.

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 A YEAR





THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT ESTABLISHED 1876

is a weekly publication of the same size as the _Scientific
American_ and contains articles too long or too technical for the
parent paper. Lectures and Papers read by famous scientists before
learned societies are published in full or in abstract; articles from
foreign papers, otherwise inaccessible to those who read English only,
are translated; and original articles on technical subjects are a few of
the valuable features of the paper; fully illustrated.

SUBSCRIPTION $5.00 A YEAR. MUNN & CO., PUBLISHERS, 361 BROADWAY, NEW
YORK CITY

COMBINED RATES
Scientific American
and Supplement .............................. $7.00
Scientific American
and Building Edition ......................... 5.00
Scientific American, Scientific American
Supplement, and Building Edition ............. 9.00

PATENTS In connection with the publication of the above-
mentioned journals, Messrs. MUNN & COMPANY have for fifty years acted as
solicitors in preparing and prosecuting applications for patents,
trademarks, etc., before the Patent office. HAND BOOK on Patents sent
free on application. Patents procured through us are noticed without
charge in the _Scientific American._

MUNN & CO., SOLICITORS. 361 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY BRANCH OFFICE,
WASHINGTON, D.C.




MCCLURE'S

"Having conceived the idea of investigating and describing from an
unbiased standpoint the dangerous tendencies in American life," says the
_Norfolk Dispatch_, "Mr. McClure enlisted the service of an
editorial staff consisting of Ida M. Tarbell, probably the most talented
woman writer of history that this country has produced; of Ray Stannard
Baker, whose reputation for the clear and popular presentation of
difficult topics of a scientific and abstract nature is world-wide; and
of Lincoln Steffens, a man who stands at the head either of the class of
literary men who possess a nose for news or of newspaper men who have a
turn for literature."

In 1905 all of these well-known writers will continue with McClure's.
Ida M. Tarbell will contribute an extraordinary character sketch of John
D. Rockefeller; Ray Stannard Baker, more of his authoritative labor
articles, and Lincoln Steffens, the political stories of Rhode Island,
Montana, and other states. Samuel Hopkins Adams, a new member of the
staff, will write on Modern Surgery, Tuberculosis, Typhoid Fever, and
Pneumonia.

The _New York World_ says that "the fiction of McClure's is of the
brightness readers expect and always find." In 1905 there will be at
least six stories in every number, by Stewart Edward White, George
Madden Martin, Myra Kelly, Josephine Daskam Bacon, Mary Raymond Shipman
Andrews, Henry Wallace Phillips, O. Henry, Alice Brown, Eugene Wood,
Marion Hill, Alice Hegan Rice, Rex E. Beach, Mary Stewart Cutting, and
others.

Edwin LeFevre, author of the "Wall Street Stories," will soon have a
serial in McClure's - "The Golden Flood" - an exciting mystery story of a
man who deposits a million dollars a day. Booth Tarkington, author of
"The Gentleman From Indiana," has a great series of political stories to
tell. James Hopper will give McClure's the first literary product of the
Philippines. He is going to do for the Philippines what Jack London did
for the Klondike. Henry Harland, author of "The Cardinal's Snuff-Box,"
is working on a new serial for McClure's.

_SUBSCRIPTIONS $1.00 A YEAR_

ADDRESS COTTRELL SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY OR
S. S. MCCLURE COMPANY, 51-60 EAST 23D STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y.

[Note that The D. D. COTTRELL company NO LONGER EXISTS!!!]


The Burr McIntosh Monthly

"The Most Beautiful Magazine in the World"

Devoted exclusively to the portrayal of scenes, incidents, and
celebrated people in the highest perfection of the photographers',
engravers' and printers' arts.

Every Page Worthy a Frame

There is no other magazine like THE BURR McINTOSH MONTHLY. It ALWAYS
contains several pages each in a number of colors and all other pages
are in double-color ink. It is bound with heavy silk cord, frequently
costing for binding almost as much as the entire expense for producing
many other publications.

Beautify Your Home

With the beautiful Japanese Wood Veneer art frames obtainable from us,
the pages of THE BURR McINTOSH MONTHLY can be used for home decoration
and are suited to homes of culture and refinement where many of these
pictures are to be found at this day.

SAMPLE COPY - Back Number, 10 CENTS
CURRENT NUMBER, - 25 CENTS
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, - $3.00

The yearly subscription includes the 50 CENT Christmas number.

THE BURR PUBLISHING COMPANY
No. 4 West 22d Street, New York

_See special offers of this beautiful magazine elsewhere in this
catalogue._





IMPORTANT.

THE FOUR-TRACK NEWS

The Popular Illustrated Magazine of Travel and Education

From 130 to 160 pages each issue, every one of which is of human
interest.

Subscriptions for 1905 only, will be received until December 31st, 1904,
at 50 cents per year; to foreign countries $1.00.

After January 1st, 1905, the subscription price will be $1.00; to
foreign countries $1.50; at news stands ten cents per copy.

SUBSCRIBE NOW

and take advantage of this extraordinary low rate.

GEORGE H. DANIELS, Publisher, 7 East 42d St., Box No. 72 A. New York.

Subscriptions may also be sent to
D. D. Cottrell's Subscription Agency,
North Cohocton, N.Y.

[Note that The D. D. COTTRELL company NO LONGER EXISTS!!!]





25c. A COPY

[Illustration: Globe with Review of Reviews pages.]

$2.50 A Year

THE AMERICAN MONTHLY REVIEW OF REVIEWS

[Pointing hand graphic] THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS THE LITTLE MASTERPIECES OF
SCIENCE

_50c. WITH ORDER, AND 50c. A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS._

The Masterpieces of Science is a set of six volumes written by the great
scientists themselves, explaining the wonders of the telegraph, the
camera, the steam engine, modern medicine, astronomy and natural laws. A
vast scientific library condensed for the average reader - shipped
subject to approval.


Send me only $2.50:
Review of Reviews ................ $2.50
Success .......................... 1.00

Send me only $2.75:
Review of Reviews ................ $2.50
Success .......................... 1.00
McCall's with free pattern ....... .50
or any one in Offer No. 3

Send me only $4.50:
Review of Reviews ................ $2.50
Country Life ..................... 3.00
or Craftsman

Send me only $4.00:
Review of Reviews ............... $2.50
Art Interchange ................. 4.00
or any one in Offer No. 2
Success ......................... 1.00

Send me only $2.75:
Review of Reviews ............... $2.50
Leslie's Monthly ................ 1.00
or any one in Offer No. 1

Send me only $3.25:
Review of Reviews ............... $2.50
Cosmopolitan .................... 1.00
or any one in Offer No. 1
Pearson's ....................... 1.00
or any one in Offer No. 1

Send me only $6.00:
Review of Reviews ............... $2.50
Success ......................... 1.00
North Am. Review (new) .......... 5.00
or International Studio

Send me only $4.25:
Review of Reviews ............... $2.50
Booklovers Magazine ............ 3.00
or any one in offer No. 2
Good Housekeeping ............... 1.00
or any one in Offer No. 1


Address D. D. COTTRELL, North Cohocton, N.Y.

[Note that The D. D. COTTRELL company NO LONGER EXISTS!!!]





The two great periodicals published by The Century Co.
Union Square, New York


The Century Magazine

There is always one by which the rest are measured. In the magazine
world, that one has always been and is to-day THE CENTURY. Ask writers
where their best productions are first offered; ask editors which
magazine they would rather conduct; ask public men where articles carry
most influence; ask artists where they would prefer to be represented;
ask the public what magazine is the first choice among people of real
influence, and the answer to each question is the same: "THE CENTURY."

Are you going to have the best in 1905?

The new volume of THE CENTURY begins with November number. Yearly
subscription, $4.00. A new serial story by the author of "Mrs. Wiggs of
the Cabbage Patch" begins in December, - don't miss it. New features
beginning all the time.



"I do not know any publication where a bright-minded child can get so
much profit as in its fascinating pages."

Hon. JOHN HAY, Secretary of State.


St. Nicholas

A MAGAZINE FOR YOUNG FOLKS

Edited by Mary Mapes Dodge

Beautifully Illustrated

Price $3.00 a year

The inspiration of childhood, a supplement to school education,
interpreting to the young reader the world of nature, literature, and
art in terms he can understand, and omitting only what does not make for
true manhood and womanhood. No prig, but a jolly companion, the joy of
healthy boys and girls and a blessing to the lonely child or little
invalid. _Try it this year._

The new fairy story by the author of "The Wizard of Oz" begins in
November, - superbly illustrated in color; runs through the year. One of
many attractions.

St. Nicholas For Young Folks






[The following is a form inserted loose into the booklet. It was
to be used by agents or subscribers when sending in their orders
directly to D. D. Cottrell.]

ALWAYS USE THIS BLANK WHEN SENDING IN ORDERS.

Three Months' Subscriptions cost 5 cents more than 1/4
and Six Months' Subscriptions 5 cents more than 1/2
the price to Agents for one year.


D. D. COTTRELL Periodical Subscription Agency, NORTH COHOCTON,
N.Y.

_Make all drafts or money-orders payable to D.D. COTTRELL, North
Cohocton, N.Y.

[Note that The D. D. COTTRELL company NO LONGER EXISTS!!!]

Personal Checks are accepted without any charge for collection. Remit at
least twice each week, if possible, as it will save complaints from your
subscribers.

Be careful to fill in this blank according to the printed headings.

Write plainly and keep a copy of order. Write New or Renewal in Old or
New Column_

Your Consecutive
Order No._______________________ (Date)___________ 190_______

From ________________________________________________________
Street Address ______________________________________________
Post-Office _______________________ State ___________________

_In above space write only name and address of remitter,
to whom a receipt for money will be mailed._

[Transcriber's note: the following is a 12-line order blank - the headers
are a single row.]

Old or New | SUBSCRIBER'S NAME | STREET ADDRESS | POST OFFICE | STATE |
Names of Periodicals Wanted | When to Begin | How Long to Send |
CASH $ Cts. |
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5
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7
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HARPER'S MAGAZINE - THE GREAT LEADING MAGAZINE OF THE WORLD - [$4.00 A
YEAR] SEND ME ONLY $3.35 OR ADD $3.35 TO ANY ORDER.

When you are out of these Blanks, advise, and we will mail new supply
free




[The following order for Harper's magazine was on the back of the
above subscription form.]

A BARGAIN!

FOR HARPER'S MAGAZINE (PUBLISHER'S PRICE $4.00 A YEAR) SEND ME ONLY
$3.35, OR ADD $3.35 TO ANY CLUB IN THIS CATALOGUE.

_HARPER'S MAGAZINE is conceded to be the ONE great magazine of the
world. If you have seen any number during the past year YOU yourself
KNOW how true this is. It prints more and better short stories, and it
contains more pages and more and better paintings. Its serious articles
are written at FIRST HAND by the great scientists, historians, and
explorers themselves. Mark Twain writes only for Harper's; W.D. Howells
writes only for Harper's; Henry James writes only for Harper's; and
Howard Pyle, Edwin A. Abbey, and other great artists paint only for
Harper's._

FOR HARPER'S WEEKLY, THE GREAT $4.00 A YEAR AUTHORITY UPON ALL
MATTERS OF NATIONAL INTEREST, SEND ME ONLY $3.35. THE NORTH AMERICAN
REVIEW (New), $5.00 A YEAR, AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, SEND ME ONLY $7.00.

HARPER'S BAZAR - "It sets the fashions." "If you want to know - ask the
BAZAR" - the monthly magazine for cultivated women (15 cents a copy).
Send ME only 90 cents for a year's subscription.

* * * * *

MY CLUB PRICE $3.00:
WORLD'S WORK or BOOKLOVERS MAGAZINE ..................... $3.00
or OUTING, $3.00; or BURR McINTOSH MONTHLY, $3.00; or CURRENT
LITERATURE, $3.00; or ART INTERCHANGE, $4.00; or REVIEW OF
REVIEWS. $2.50; or INDEPENDENT, $2.00; or SMART SET, $2.50;
or JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, $2.50; or ETUDE, $1.50;
or LIPPINCOTT'S, $2.50.
SUCCESS.................................................. $1.00
HARPER'S BAZAR........................................... 1.00
or COSMOPOLITAN, $1.00; or PEARSONS, $1.00; or LESLIE'S, $1.00;
or TWENTIETH CENTURY HOME, $1.00; or AMERICAN BOY, $1.00;
or AMERICAN INVENTOR, $1.50; or AMERICAN PRIMARY TEACHER, $1.00;
or SUNSET, $1.00; or AMERICAN EDUCATION, $1.00.

* * * * *

MY CLUB PRICE $3.75:
CURRENT LITERATURE ...................................... $3.00
REVIEW OF REVIEWS or any magazine named above may be substituted.
OUTING .................................................. 3.00
ART INTERCHANGE. $4.00. or LIPPINCOTT'S, or any two of above
dollar magazines may be substituted.

* * * * *

MY CLUB PRICE $1.50:
HARPER'S BAZAR .......................................... $1.00
COSMOPOLITAN ............................................ 1.00
or any dollar magazine named above may be substituted.

* * * * *

MY CLUB PRICE $2.25:
LADIES' HOME JOURNAL .................................... $1.00
SATURDAY EVENING POST ................................... 2.00

_Address_ D. D. COTTRELL, NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y.

[Note that The D. D. COTTRELL company NO LONGER EXISTS!!!]







[The following form was inserted loose into the booklet. It was
to be used to get a price quotation from D. D. Cottrell for a
particular combination of new and renewal subscriptions.]

No. _______________________ Date_______________________

COTTRELL'S SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY,
NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y.

Gentlemen: -

I (including my family) am now a subscriber to
the following publications which were ordered from

Name ________________________________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________

If any subscriptions were sent direct to the publishers, state
which ones.

Names of Periodicals now taken Month of Expiration

Names of Periodicals I (including my family) expect to take
about (give date)


I have placed "R" after each periodical I (or my family) intend
to renew.

It is understood that the filling out of this blank and sending
it to you does not in any way obligate me to send my orders to
you, but if you will send me your MONEY SAVING PROPOSITION
on the same I will give it careful consideration before placing
my orders elsewhere and will send you my order if it is for my
advantage to do so. Yours truly.

Name __________________________________________________________
Address _______________________________________________________

Form 5A-500M-11-1-'04

[The following is at right angles to the page.]

PLEASE FILL OUT THE BLANKS ON THIS CIRCULAR AND RETURN AT ONCE
TO D. D. COTTRELL'S SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y.

[Note that The D. D. COTTRELL company NO LONGER EXISTS!!!]






[The following offer for World's Events was printed on the back
of the above form.]

WORLD'S EVENTS

AN ILLUSTRATED, MONTHLY NEWS REVIEW. A MAGAZINE OF THINGS WORTH KNOWING
AND REMEMBERING.

WORLD'S EVENTS is a magazine for intelligent people. It is adapted to
the office, the home and the school; to the busy man, the intelligent
woman, the progressive teacher, the wide-awake boy and ambitious girl.
It contains the important news of the month, condensed and classified,
carefully edited and intelligently presented. A NEWS REVIEW MAP
every three months, and an ANNUAL REVIEW are special features.
SPECIAL ARTICLES each month by good writers. These are in most
cases finely illustrated. THE ILLUSTRATIONS IN WORLD'S EVENTS are
a specially attractive feature. Photographs of people, places, things


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