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Or any one in class B or C
Outlook (new) ........................ 1 yr. 3.00

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ONE MAGAZINE FREE Send me THREE orders for any
combinations (except for Ladies' Home Journal or Saturday Evening Post)
and I will give you FREE, to be sent to any address desired, a
yearly subscription to any periodical in class A or Offer No. 3.
YOUR own club and TWO OTHER CLUBS make the THREE clubs.

YOU MAY ADD CENTURY at $3.65; HARPER'S MAGAZINE or
WEEKLY at $3.35; ST. NICHOLAS at $2.65; MCCLURE'S
at $1.00; EVERYBODY'S at $1.00; LADIES' HOME JOURNAL at
$1.00; SATURDAY EVENING POST at $1.25; MUNSEY'S at $1.00.
SCRIBNER'S may be added at $2.85 but separately costs $3.00.

SEND ALL ORDERS TO D. D. COTTRELL, NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y.

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Be sure to Include THE INDEPENDENT In your list of Periodicals
for 1905.

$2.00 A YEAR.
10 cts. a Copy.


THE INDEPENDENT IS NOT A CLASS PUBLICATION. IT IS AN UP-TO-DATE
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY WITH SIXTY PAGES OF
READING MATTER. IT IS DIVIDED INTO FOUR MAIN DEPARTMENTS IN WHICH
EVERYTHING OF IMPORTANCE IN THE WHOLE WORLD IS TREATED.

THE SURVEY OF THIS WORLD - A luminous and strictly unbiased
account of the important events of the week told in brief paragraphs. It
is a time-saver.

EDITORIALS - THE INDEPENDENT'S interpretation of these events,
discussed positively and fearlessly in every field of thought - Art,
Ethics, Literature, Politics, Religion, Science, Sociology, etc.

SIGNED ARTICLES - By the leading authorities in the world. "THE
INDEPENDENT prints more articles from the ablest writers than any other
paper in the United States."

BOOK REVIEWS - All the important books published in the English
language reviewed by critics of authority who cannot be deceived by what
is faulty or trivial. A helpful guide to the book lover and book buyer.

For $2.00 a year THE INDEPENDENT gives more in quantity and quality than
any monthly or weekly magazine in the United States.

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TRY ONE OF THESE COMBINATIONS

Send me only $2.50:
The Independent ...................... $2.00
Leslies Monthly Magazine ............. $1.00
Or any one in class A

* * * * *

Send me only $3.75:
The Independent ...................... $2.00
Art Interchange ...................... $4.00
Or any one in class B or C

* * * * *

Send me only $4.25:
The Independent ...................... $2.00
Cosmopolitan ......................... $1.00
Or any one in class A
Burr McIntosh Monthly ................ 3.00
Or any one in class B or C

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Send me only $4.00:
The Independent ...................... $2.00
Journal of Education ................. $2.50
Or any one in class C
American Education ................... 1.00
Or any one in class A

* * * * *

Send me only $2.50:
The Independent ...................... $2.00
Harper's Bazar ....................... 1.00
Or any one in class A

* * * * *

Send me only $4.50:
The Independent ...................... $2.00
Country Life ......................... $3.00

* * * * *

Send me only $4.00:
The Independent ...................... $2.00
Current Literature ................... $3.00
or any one in class C
20th Century Home .................... 1.00
Or any one in class A

* * * * *

Send me only $5.25:
The Independent ...................... $2.00
World's Work ......................... $3.00
Or any one in class B
Booklover's Magazine ................. 3.00
Or any one in class B


THE PRICE OF ANY OTHER COMBINATION INCLUDING THE INDEPENDENT WILL BE
GLADLY QUOTED UPON APPLICATION.

SEND ALL ORDERS TO

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

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GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

A HANDSOMELY ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Good
Housekeeping is bright, helpful, practical, and full of good cheer. Each
month it brings the whole family together in the enjoyment of everything
that is good. Good stories and good pictures to amuse the grown-ups and
their children, good articles about the serious and the lighter problems
of the home, the bringing up of children, education, higher thought,
music, art, etc. It is unequaled in popularity, and now reaches over a
million readers.

The regular price of Good Housekeeping is $1.00 per year, but by special
arrangement we are enabled to supply it in combination with other
publications on the following remarkably liberal terms. Good
Housekeeping must be included in each combination.

* * * * *

Send me only $1.50:
Good Housekeeping .................... 1 yr. $1.00
Harper's Bazar ....................... 1 yr. $1.00
or any one in class A Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $2.50:
Good Housekeeping .................... 1 yr. $1.00
Art Interchange ...................... 1 yr. $4.00
or any one in class C Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $3.75:
Good Housekeeping .................... 1 yr. $1.00
Outlook (new) ........................ 1 yr. $3.00
Holiday Magazine with Book ........... l yr. 1.00
or any one in class A Page 2 ....... $1.00

* * * * *

Send me only $5.25:
Good Housekeeping .................... 1 yr. $1.00
St. Nicholas ......................... 1 yr. $3.00
Booklovers Magazine .................. 1 yr. $3.00
or any one in class B or C Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $2.00:
Good Housekeeping .................... 1 yr. $1.00
Etude, For all music lovers .......... 1 yr. $1.50
or any one in offer No. 5, Page 3

* * * * *

Send me only $3.25:
Good Housekeeping ................... 1 yr. $1.00
World's Work ......................... 1 yr. $3.00
or any one in class B or C, Page 2
Leslie's Monthly Magazine ............ l yr. $1.00
or any one in class A, Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $4.00:
Good Housekeeping .................... 1 yr. $1.00
Country Life or Craftsman ............ 1 yr. $3.00
Cosmopolitan ......................... 1 yr. $1.00
or any one in class A, Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $6.25:
Good Housekeeping .................... 1 yr. $1.00
Century .............................. 1 yr. $4.00
Review of Reviews .................... 1 yr. $2.50
or any one in class B or C, Page 2

SEE LIST OF PERIODICALS IN CLASS A, B AND C ON PAGE 2

ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO D. D. COTTRELL, NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y.

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THE SMART SET A MAGAZINE OF CLEVERNESS

Magazines should have a well-defined purpose. Genuine entertainment,
amusement and mental recreation are the motives of _The Smart Set,_
the MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES. Its NOVELS (a complete
one in each number) are by the most brilliant authors of both
hemispheres. Its SHORT STORIES are matchless - clean and full of
human interest. Its POETRY, covering the entire field of
verse - pathos, love, humor, tenderness - is by the most popular poets,
men and women, of the day. Its JOKES, WITTICISMS, SKETCHES, etc.,
are admittedly the most mirth-provoking.

160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READING

No pages are WASTED on cheap illustrations, editorial vaporings
or wearying essays and idle discussions. EVERY page will
INTEREST, CHARM and REFRESH you. It is not a class
magazine, but appeals to all lovers of bright, wholesome fiction. Send
for FREE sample copy.

Send me only $4.00:
Smart Set ............................ 1 yr. $2.50
Current Literature ................... 1 yr. $3.00
or any one in class C, Page 2
Leslie's Monthly Magazine ............ 1 yr 1.00
or any one in class A, Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $5.25:
Smart Set ............................ 1 yr. $2.50
Lippincott's Magazine ............... 1 yr. $2.50
or any one in class B or C, Page 2
Outing ............................... 1 yr. 3.00
or any one in class B or C, Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $2.50:
Smart Set ............................ 1 yr. $2.50
Twentieth Century Home ............... 1 yr. $1.00
or any one in class A. Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $7.50:
Smart Set ............................ 1 yr. $2.50
Leslie's Weekly ...................... 1 yr. $4.00
Country Life or Craftsman ............ 1 yr. 3.00

* * * * *

Send me only $4.25:
Smart Set ............................ 1 yr. $2.50
Burr McIntosh Monthly ............... 1 yr. $3.00
or any one in class B or C, Page 2
Cosmopolitan ........................ 1 yr. $1.00
or any one in class A. Page 1

* * * * *

Send me only $4.00:
Smart Set ............................ 1 yr. $2.50
Illustrated Sporting News ............ 1 y $2.50
or any one in class C, Page 2
Sunset Magazine ...................... 1 yr. 1.00
or any one in class A. Page 2

* * * * *

Send me only $4.75:
Smart Set ............................ 1 yr. $2.50
Etude, For all music lovers .......... 1 yr. $1.50
or any one in Offer No. 5, Page 3
Art Interchange ...................... 1 yr. 4.00
or any one in class B or C

* * * * *

Send me only $6.25:
Smart Set ............................ 1 yr. $2.50
Judge ................................ 1 yr. $5.00
Harper's Bazar ........................l yr. 1.00
or any one in class A, Page 2

SEND ALL ORDERS TO D. COTTRELL'S SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, NORTH
COHOCTON, NEW YORK.

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_THE READER MAGAZINE_ _Has Individuality._

It combines the best features of the popular, the serious and the
literary periodical.

It publishes the best fiction that can be purchased at any price.

Its excellent literary department is a feature. A series of articles on
American literature contributed by great authorities, is of much
interest and importance to students of the subject.

Its articles on matters of national importance, social, political and
economical, are widely and favorably commented upon by the American
press.

It records the world's progress in all interesting lines of endeavor.

The regular retail price is $3.00 per year.

BOBBS-MERRIL CO., PUBLISHERS, INDIANAPOLIS

* * * * *

Send me only $5.25:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. $3.00
Century ............................ 1 yr. 3.00

Send me only $5.25:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. $3.00
Harper's Weekly or Monthly ......... 1 yr. 4.00

Send me only $4.60:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. 3.00
Scribner's Magazine ................ 1 yr. 4.00

Send me only $5.00:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. 3.00
North American Review (new) ........ 1 yr. 3.00

Send me only $6.25:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. 3.00
Country Life ....................... 1 yr. 5.00
Outlook (new) ...................... 1 yr. 3.00

Send me only $5.00:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. 3.00
World's Work ....................... 1 yr. 3.00
Or any one in Class B, page 2.
Current Literature ................. 1 yr. 3.00
Or any one in Class B, page 2

Send me only $5.00:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. 3.00
Booklover's Magazine ............... 1 yr. 3.00
Or any one in Class B, page 2
Burr McIntosh Monthly .............. 1 yr. 3.00
Or any one in Class B, page 2

Send me only $3.25:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. $3.00
Success or American Boy ............ 1 yr. 1.00
Or any one in Class A, page 2
Leslie's Monthly Magazine .......... 1 yr. 1.00
Or any one in Class A, page 2
Cosmopolitan or Pearson's .......... 1 yr. 1.00
or any one in Class A, page 2

Send me only $3.25:
Reader Magazine ...................... 1 yr. $3.00
Etude (for all music lovers) ...... 1 yr. 1.50
Or any one in Offer No. 5 page 3
House Beautiful ................... 1 yr. 2.00
Or any in Class A. page 2

SEND ALL ORDERS TO D. D. COTTRELL, NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y.

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BOTH $2.25 A FULL YEAR: THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL _MONTHLY_
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST _WEEKLY_

ONE MAGAZINE FREE Send me THREE orders for any
combinations (except for Ladies' Home Journal and Saturday Evening Post)
and I will give you FREE, to be sent to any address desired, a
yearly subscription to any periodical in class A or Offer No. 3.
YOUR own club and TWO OTHER CLUBS make the THREE
clubs.

* * * * *





LITTLE FOLKS

LITTLE FOLKS is a magazine for children from three to ten. It goes into
six times as many homes as any similar publication ever issued in
America. It has absorbed all its predecessors of any importance. It has
been published seven years - long enough to prove whether it has reason
for existing.

It has been successful because it is just what the children like, and
the mothers, too. It is full of delightful stories and beautiful
pictures (all new) by the best authors and artists. There are no
"scarey" stories, or stories of bad children.

It is handsomely printed on the best paper. Every number contains one or
more beautiful pictures in color.

A booklet containing many letters from mothers who have had LITTLE FOLKS
in their families (telling why they like it) and a sample copy, free.
Price, $1.00 a year. Agents wanted.

HALF PRICE TRIAL COUPON

[Illustration: cover of "Little Folks" magazine.] _To introduce LITTLE
FOLKS to new families and make them permanent readers, a six months'
trial subscription will be given for 25 cents. This offer applies only
to families where LITTLE FOLKS has never been taken.

In consideration of the reduced price the subscriber agrees to notify
the publisher if he wishes the magazine discontinued at the expiration
of six months. This must be signed by the Father or Mother._

Name of Child ____________________________________
Father or Mother _________________________________
Postoffice _______________________________________

Cut above coupon out and mail to D. D. COTTRELL'S SUBSCRIPTION
AGENCY, NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y., or if you do not wish to mutilate this
catalogue write your order on a sheet of paper and mention this offer.

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





SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE FOR 1905.

It is not necessary to give assurance to the Magazine-reading public of
the superior quality of the contents of SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE. It is the
leading high-grade Magazine, and as such it has built steadily up to a
circulation today of 200,000. In the high quality and varied interest of
its text, and in the beauty of its illustrations it stands alone. Its
fiction is written by the leading authors of the day, or by new authors
of promise. Its special articles on live topics of the time are written
by men of authority and distinction; it has always been celebrated for
its short fiction and verse. SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE is a progressive
periodical, and it presents not only the best work of celebrated
writers, but the interesting new things in literature. Many of the
notable authors of today have become known first through their work in
SCRIBNER'S. On this account its pages command the universal respect and
attention of the reading public. In the field of illustration it has
many imitators, but no equal. It has always been the leader in fine
color work, and both in the distinction of the artists represented and
the quality of the reproduction and printing of illustrations it leads
in the field of periodical literature. The year of 1905 will be a
notable one in the history of SCRIBNER'S. There will be a new novel by
Mrs. Wharton, an event of unusual importance in the field of Magazine
literature. Selections from the diaries and letters of George Bancroft
will be published. This is a notable contribution to the history of the
century, and a publication that many have been awaiting with eagerness.
There will be a series of important papers on European political
questions of interest to American readers by F.A. Vanderlip, the author
of a new series of letters from Mme. Waddington, the author (1903) of
the most brilliant book of social letters published in recent years.

Mr. John Fox, who has been the representative of SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE on
the Japanese side of the war in the Far East, will publish the result of
his experience in several important articles. Mr. T. F. Millard will
follow his articles on the Russian side by other interesting matters on
the subject. In the field of illustration a feature of special interest
will be a collection of remarkable photographs of the American Indian,
made by Mr. E. S. Curtis, presenting a remarkable pictorial record of
the pure Indian types. It would be impossible in a limited space to give
any idea of the vast amount of attractive special articles and fiction
to appear during the year, or the list of celebrated authors and artists
who will contribute. The superiority of SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE in its field
gives assurance of the very best in art and literature.

The Christmas number will be one of the most beautiful that any American
Magazine has ever published, and all subscribers are urged to date their
subscriptions so as to include this exquisite number.

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $3.00 A YEAR

An illustrated prospectus describing fully the prominent features of
SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE for 1905 will be sent to any address on application.

_CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 153-157 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORK CITY_









ALPHABETICAL LIST OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PERIODICALS.

SUPPLIED BY D.D. COTTRELL'S SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, NORTH COHOCTON,
N.Y.

THIS PRICE-LIST supersedes all previous ones; order from this
after November 15th, 1904.

PRICES QUOTED in this list pay for yearly subscriptions, postage
free to the subscriber. WE SEND RECEIPT FOR EACH REMITTANCE.

WE AUTHORIZE AND INVITE Agents, Newsdealers, Postmasters,
Booksellers, Publishers, or any person receiving this list, to remit to
us at our WHOLESALE PRICES.

FOREIGN PERIODICALS. We can furnish English, French, German, or
any other periodicals published anywhere in any language. IF YOU DO
NOT SEE WHAT YOU WANT IN THIS CATALOGUE, ASK FOR QUOTATIONS.

AGENT'S COMMISSION. The difference between price in second column
and the price you charge customers will be your commission.

WE RECEIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS at any time in the year, and
publications can in most cases, commence at any date desired.

WHOLESALE PRICES QUOTED to this list include the prepayment of
postage to all parts of the United States, Mexico, Canada, Hawaiian
Islands, Islands of Guam, Philippine Archipelago, Porto Rico, Tutulia,
and Cuba and U. S. Postal district at Shanghaii, China.

FOREIGN POSTAGE. The amount following the letters "F.P." in this
list gives the extra yearly cost for foreign postage when such
periodical is sent to any other country except those mentioned in the
paragraph above.

PRICES ARE THE SAME FOR RENEWALS AND NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS when not
otherwise specified in the list.

NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS, "n" or "new," indicates price on NEW
subscriptions ONLY.

ALL AMERICAN PERIODICALS are sent from the office of publication
to subscribers. We do not handle the papers.

FOR THREE OR SIX MONTHS' SUBSCRIPTIONS add five cents to
one-fourth or one-half of our wholesale price. Some daily papers charge
more than this for short time subscriptions.

Weekly newspapers are designated by the letter "w" following the name;
Dailies, "6 issues." Daily and Sunday by "7 issues": Tri-Weeklies,
"t.w."; Semi-Weeklies, "s.w."; Monthlies, "m"; bi-monthlies, "bi-m.";
Quarterlies, "q."

PRICES SUBJECT TO PUBLISHERS' CHANGES

As this Catalogue will be received by many people to whom this Agency is
entirely unknown, we give by permission the following names as

REFERENCES:
GEO. W. HALLOCK - BANK BATH, N.Y.
THE PUBLISHERS OF ANY LEADING PERIODICAL
-OR-
BRADSTREET'S OR DUN'S COMMERCIAL AGENCIES.

[Note that D. D. Cottrell company NO LONGER EXISTS!]

* * * * *

TERMS AND INSTRUCTIONS.

RULE 1: HOW TO SEND MONEY,
1. BY ANY EXPRESS COMPANY'S MONEY ORDER.
2. BANK DRAFTS ON ANY CITY OR YOUR PERSONAL CHECK.
3. POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS MADE PAYABLE AT NORTH COHOCTON,
N.Y. It is both a Domestic and International MONEY ORDER POST
OFFICE.
4. CHECKS ON COUNTRY BANKS WE ACCEPT WITHOUT ANY CHARGE FOR
COLLECTION. Most publishers and subscription agencies refuse to
accept personal checks at face value, but charge from 10 to 25
cents extra for collection fees. You save this extra charge by
sending your check and all your orders to us.
5. BILLS, SILVER OR STAMPS in ordinary letters are seldom
lost if properly sealed and addressed, but are ALWAYS AT SENDER'S
RISK.

RULE 2. DEPOSITS. Agents who wish can deposit $5.00 or more with
us and then send in their orders by postal card as they are received.
Any balance your due will be returned at any time on request.

RULE 3. CASH WITH ORDER. The subscription business is strictly a
CASH BUSINESS. Publishers will not enter names for periodicals without
payment in advance.

RULE 4. OUR PRICES LOWEST. We suppose our prices are lowest.
Should any AGENCY OR PUBLISHER quote or advertise better or
different offers, send your orders to us at their price.

RULE 5. NEW OR RENEWAL. Always state whether each subscription is
new or renewal, in sending orders or asking for quotations. Mark new
subs. "N" and renewal subs. "R"

RULE 6. WHEN TO BEGIN. Always give date or number with which you
wish periodicals to begin.

RULE 7. CHANGES IN PRICE. Publishers change their terms
occasionally. We reserve the right to do the same in such cases or
return the money sent us free of expense to the sender. A corresponding
change in our rates will be made at once.

RULE 8. COMPLAINTS. Should you have any reason to complain about
any periodical, write us giving the following information.

1. Date of your order. 2. Date of our receipt for it. 3. Name of
Periodical. 4. Name and address of subscriber. 5. Kind of remittance.

RULE 9. OUR RESPONSIBILITY. We hold ourselves responsible for all
money received until we have paid publishers for the full time for which
periodicals were reordered. If publishers fall or suspend, the
subscriber loses just as he would have done had he ordered direct from
the publisher.

RULE 10. SAMPLE COPIES. Most weekly papers costing $2 per year or
less will send sample copies if requested by us to do so. Should you
wish sample copies of such send us a 2 cent stamp for each one wanted,
and we will ask the publishers to mail you a sample copy. For sample of
weeklies costing over $2.00 a year send 1-50 of yearly subscription
price. For all monthlies send 1-12 of yearly price. Quarterlies 1-4
yearly price. FOREIGN PERIODICALS CHARGE FULL PRICE FOR SAMPLE
COPIES.

RULE 11. PREMIUMS, &C. Most publishers who give premiums, extra
numbers, etc., will allow us to do the same at our wholesale price. If
the publisher charges extra for these, add the extra amount to our
wholesale price. A few publishers do not allow any discount on
periodicals with premium.

RULE 12. PAPERS NOT IN OUR LIST. If you want any periodical not
in our list, write us for terms, and we will quote you our wholesale
price by return mail. Or if you have seen it quoted by some one else,
send us that price, naming the one making it.

RULE 13. MISSING NUMBERS. For all such we would advise the
subscribers to write direct to the publishers, (to save time) and they
will nearly always send a duplicate, if they do not send it let us know.

* * * * *

AGENTS' SUPPLIES.

CIRCULARS. NO. 1. These we mail to you for 5 cents per hundred
which partly pays the cost of mailing. They are very neatly printed on
fine quality of book paper and contain names and publisher's price only
of about 200 of the leading periodicals, with a statement on first page
that you can furnish any periodical desired at reasonable rates.


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