Chas. C. Ford's Newspaper Manual: Containing the Names Of...newspapers and Periodicals in the United States and Canadas... (Google eBook)

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Chas. C. Ford, newspaper advertising agent, 1885 - 312 pages
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Page 302 - This publication furn1shes a most valuable encyclopedia of information which no person should be without. The popularity of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN ia such that its circulation nearly equals that of all other papers of its class combined.
Page 302 - Weekly newspaper devoted to science, mechanics, engineering, discoveries, inventions and patents ever published. Every number illustrated with splendid engravings. This publication furnishes a most valuable encyclopedia of information which no person should be without.
Page 302 - United states and foreign countries. , Caveats, Trade-Marks, Copy-rights, Assignments, and all other papers for (securing to inventors their rights in the I United States, Canada, England, France, I Germany and other foreign countries, preI pared at short notice and on reasonable terms. I Information as to obtaining patents cheerI fully given without charge. Hand-books of •information sent free. Patents obtained through Munn A Co.
Page 221 - ... distributors now engaged in the industry. I sincerely hope that you will find it possible to correct some of the inequities that exist at this time. Yours truly, Frank H. Reed. Greenfield, Mass., February 16, 1960. •Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Franklin, ss: Personally appeared, Frank H.
Page 309 - ... parts of the United States and. to some extent, in foreign countries.
Page 222 - NEWSPAPER-The only Pictorial Record of Current Events, devoted to News, Literature, Art and Science. FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED ZEITUNG (in German)— A Weekly pompendium of News and Literature.
Page 5 - I will have it set up and return you printed proof with the estimate. 2. Mention the space you wish it to occupy in LINES or INCHES. 3. Name the papers you wish to use. If undecided on this point, state the cities and towns, or at least the particular section of the country you would like to reach, and I will make up a list and submit it to you for approval.
Page 306 - MECHANIC is also the accepted organ for the American Star Bicycle. A practical roadster, safe from headers or other dangerous falls. The means of propulsion insure a continuous mot1on wtthout dead centers, a requisite condition for both speed and power.
Page 306 - reformed crank rider" says, "In strength, safety, control, driving leverage, ease of mot1on, and coasting the Star leads all Bicycles!
Page 300 - Specimen copies free. 2o,ooo copies of THE CHURCH UNION is the least number that has been mailed at any issue ,for the past two years — several ttmes that number has been 1ncreased.

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