The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, August 12, 1904, Page 15, Image 15

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The Commoner.
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eWorld's Fair for 10 (Bts.
VER on the alert to please our present readers, and to secure new ones, we have arranged for the special right to distribute within the field
of. our circulation "The Universal Exposition Tlrt Albums." The work comprises twenty albums, published weekly, and con
taining sixteen superb engravings, 8x10 inches, with masterful descriptions by the well-known author and lecturer, Frank G. Tyrrell.
Thou works, are printed on heavy enameled art paper, and bound in heavy gray folt covers, thus each album is a handsomo art work com
plete in itself. This series will constitute a pictorial history of this great Hundred Million Dollar World's Fair, tho grentosfc
fair the world has ever known, really a world in itself, with its magnificent architecture and lagoons, its savage tribes and their customs, its wondor
ful vistas and waterways and THE PIKE tho frivolous but fascinating PIKE with its two miles of side shows, and a thousand othor attractions;
thus, tho albums possess a fascinating interest and educational value for every member of the family who visits St. Louis, and especially for those
who do not.
The Universal Exposition Art Albums.
These superb albums should bo in every American home, and we have arranged to place them within the reach of our readers in two ways' so
that every one may have them. . '
easH OFFER.
t The regular price of each AJbum Is 25
Cents. In order to give our readers every
opportunity to know this greatest of World
Fairs, we have arranged to mail them direct
to the subscribers' homes for the nominal sum
of 10 Cents each, or $2.00 for the set of 20
albums, which is actual cost to us, plus expense
. .of mailing. The first Album is now ready.
Send in your order now
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T5he COMMONER,
SUBSCRIPTION OFFER.
FREE FOR n LITTLE EFFORT.
YOU NEED PRY NO MONEY.
Send subscriptions to THE COMMONER, (one of which may be your own renewal),
and we will forward you FREE, as issued, THE UNIVERSAL ART ALBUMS, as follows:
For i subscription and $1.00 to pay for same, we send you FREE any 3 of the 20 Albums
For a subscriptions and $2.00 to pay for same, we send you FREE any 6 Albums.
For 3 subscriptions and $300 to pay for same, we send you FREE any o Albums.
For 4 subscriptions and $4.00 to pay for same, we send you FREE any la Albums.
For 5 subscriptions and $5.00 to pay for same, we send you FREE any 1 5 Albums.
For 6 subscriptions and $6.00 to pay for same, we send you FREE The Entire Series of
20 ALBUMS.
Or, you may send subscription for & portion of the series and cash at the rate of only JO
cents an Album for the remainder of the series, so yo can sec how easy it is to secure the entire
work, which you will find of vast interest and rare value for personal possession and study.
ALBUM I GONT21INS:
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Government Life Savers .. Pike Parade
Japanese Garden " igorrote Dance
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