National Geographic : 1912 Nov
"Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers." II- ------ ' - '' _I I JAuoDUCTORY iN OFFERS More than all other magazine subscribers, the National Geographic readers feel continually the need of accurate geographical works of reference. They are always interested in announcements of new issues of this nature, because they require the latest and best publications to supplement their reading. q( On these pages will be found descriptions of several important 1913 publications which will appeal Strongly to you, because they are new and reliable; they are within easy reach; and they will satisfy the most exacting. j But of even more interest are the introductory presentations on these publications. In order to obtain Sfor them the quick and favorable publicity which only their presence in your homes will excite, we have decided to offer for a limited period these two inducements: 40% Discount Your money refunded from the regular prices if the product is unsatisfactory SUnder this extraordinary offer you have the opportunity of procuring, at a great reduction, geographic reference works you at once desire and require in your study or office, and we now place them before the people best qualified to judge their merit, assured that they will receive the most careful consideration. As an added suggestion: any of these publications would make AN ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT. HAMMOND'S Illustrated Atlas of the World This new 1913 Atlas is the latest book of maps and it is unquestionably the best one of its size obtainable, For instance, the maps show the new boundaries of provinces in Canada, of the French and Italian acquisitions in Northern Africa, and of the seventeen new counties created in the United States di ing the last six months; the routes of the recent polar expeditions, and the new official name, "Chosen " for that part of the Japanese Empire formerly called "Korea," while thousands of miles of important _ail ad extensions in Southern Africa, China, Japan, and this country are indicated up to a very recent date. This new Atlas contains 128 pages of maps printed in colors, representing every portion of the earth. The lettering is carefully graded in size to convey at a glance relative importance of places. With very few exceptions in crowded and densely populated sections, every railroad station and post-office is named. A valuable feature of this work is a very complete list of the cities of the world, giving the latest population statistics and the complete results of the new census of the United States, with the new population figures of all states, territories, counties, cities, villages, and hamlets. In addition to giving the population figures, this index locates each place on the State maps, and contains over 100,000 references. A descriptive gazetteer of the cities of the world gives brief but comprehensive and down-to-date accounts of the great trade centers, places of historic interest, resorts, etc., and over one hundred beautiful pictures, which may aptly be called "The Geographical Wonders of the World," form an interesting and instructive feature of the Atlas. The Atlas is strongly bound in olive green cloth, with attractive side stamp in colors. The price of this splendid publication is $3.50, but, under our introductory offer, it will cos you, express prepaid, net $ Can you well afford to be without an up-to-date ?rlas when such an excellent Size when closed, 10% x 13% inches one can be procured for this price ? HAMMOND'S Pocket Atlas of the World The 1913 edition of this popular publication has just come from the bindery, and, as an innovation, it has been bound in durable FLEXIBLE CLOTH. The Atlas contains 178 pages of maps of every State and country, showing all railroads with names, all cities and towns, and 78 pages of the latest population figures. The maps are beautifully printed in colors on paper especially made for this book. It is bound in gray cloth, with attractive cover dies and colored edges. e is thespecialintroductory price or this Atlas. The regular rate is 50 cents, from LI I which the 40%discount is deducted, making theAtlas, postpaid, cost you 30 cents I Snet. This is a little atlas you should possess even if y u have larger ones in your library. ORDER ONE TODAY, before it slips your mind. Size when closed, 6 x4 in. C. S. HAMMOND & CO., Engravers, Printers, and Publishers 36 CHURCH STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y.