National Geographic : 1911 Nov
AT LAST! 4 Of all magazine readers, the subscrib ers to the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC have most keenly felt the need of a new general atlas; they have needed it not only "in their business," but in their intellectual pursuits; for they are the true cosmopolites-the real citizens of the world. q They wake from sleep in "The States," Sbut they break their fast in South America; they have luncheon in the Soudan; they dine in S| ,Siam, and sleep again in Sicily, Siberia, Sweden, or the Shetland Isles, for the pages of the NA TIONAL GEOGRAPHIC are like so many pictured wings that take them on arm-chair journeyings to everywhere. SBut besides descriptions and pictures they want maps and statistics: they are the kind of people that want to know; hence the need of a new general atlas. As this issue goes to press, there is just one new atlas of the world available; just one within easy reach and good enough for the most exacting; just one with new down to-date maps and with the complete official results of the U. S. Census for 191g, and with the latest population figures the world over. HMONO'S B:r ATLAS olthe WORLD lThe public has been waiting for a new general atlas, and now that the work is ready we want the public nation-wide to know it generally. And so we have decided to make a quick, general distribution, even at a price-sacrifice. It is our purpose to break all records by distributing more copies of the new atlas this month than were ever sold by any one in any single month. 41 We are going to do this by dealing direct with the public and by guaranteeingim mediate delivery on receipt of order, and we offer these inducements: 40 per cent discount Your money back pif not fully satisfied from the regular price after three days for if you order now examination '. (fIn order that you may have full information on which to act promptly, ov. o s we have prepared a Prospectus of the new atlas, showing a double-page map \ (one of the 175) and explaining the distinct features which make the atlas C. S. ' INCOMPARABLE for the HOME, OFFICE, or STUDY. Hammond & Co. 'L New York: ', USE THE I Let us send you the Prospectus by mail Plese Prosmailme tus COUPON (to save time) and you can then order by mail freeam Pros ect of (also to save time) and-the 40 per cent discount. mercial and Library , Atlas of the World, O The price of a stamp brings the Prospectus; requesting it in with Specimen double- ', volves no obligation to purchase and no agent will be sent. page Map and full de- . tails of price and terms for \, the two styles of binding. N ame..................................... Address ....................................... C.S. HAMMOND &CO. 142 Fulton Street NEW YORK "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."