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Image 55 of The Kentuckian : a monthly magazine, vol. 2, no. 3, 1900

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} ` . “Advertising is the king of the business w0rld." _ . . . ' l I _ It Did ut Pay tn Advertise ` l ` IN i THE KENTUCKIAN L D0 you think that such shrewd and successful i business men as Kaufman Clothing Co., Miller A Bros., Graves, Cox & Co., Victor Bogaert, Fred J. y Heintz, C. F. Brower & Go., The Great Sample ? Shoe House, McGurk & Spears, J- P. Glenn, The T Lexington Business College, Walby & Slade, The f Elite Stationery Co., Vaugn Bros, W. S. Bradley, A Henry Loevenhart, the Lexington Roller Mills, and _ dozens of others whose handsome notices appear - every month———do you think they, would pay out 2 every month if the "ads." didn’t bring them trade? — Printers lnk say an advertisement is a good sales- P man in print. We make a specialty of handsome ` "ads." Remember: People do not glance over mag- t azines and throw them away, but tile and keep them- Frank A- Munsey produced a prowerful - — argument in favor of magazine advertising when A he said: "A MAGAZINE is BEr=oRE THE Punuc ` TH1RTY DAYS, A DAILY TH1RTY M1NUTES." A FACT: . Over nine-tenths of those who advertised in THE L ; KENTUCKIAN in 1899 are carrying their advertising . for 1900- · { Give us a trial. THE KENTUCKIAN, _ _ _ . 10 East Main Street, Lexington, Ky.