National Geographic : 1911 Oct
A Good Time to Begin Your Subscription to SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE The New Serial by one of the most popular of contemporary novelists begins In the October Number THE TURNSTILE By A. E. W. MASON Author of "The Four Feathers," "The Broken Road," etc. It opens with a dramatic earthquake in the Argentine Special Offe For the next three months the publishers of SCRIBNER'S MAGA S* ZINE offer extraordinary inducements to any one who secures specified number of subscriptions to the Magazine. Agents wanted in every town. Write now for Booklet A, giving full particulars. Address SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE, New York City. Three Dollars a Year Twenty-five Cents a Number r u The Hour of Prayer c HIS wonderfully comprehensive picture of the Great Sahara has been re Sproduced in sepia on heavy artist's proof board, size 7 x 18 inches, unfolded and ready for framing. Only a limited edition being possible, your order should be sent in at once. Price, postpaid, 50 cents. Dept. H, National Geographic Magazine, 16th and M Sts., Washington, D. C. "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."