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.
A MAGAZINE FOR YOUNG FOLKS
Edited by Mary Mapes Dodge
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
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