Image from page 603 of “Canadian printer & publisher” (1920)
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Title: Canadian printer & publisher
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Subjects: Printing Printing
Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter [etc.]
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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Let us submit com-plete proofs and sample mats, both to your localand home addresses. We would not expect pa-jment for matter supplied onstanding order, but which proved unsuitable for your field. WE ISSUE Four Weekly Full-Page Features Camera News, Fashion, Childrens and Feature(may be had in sinijle, liaif-paLc or full page mats.) Seven Top-Notch Daily Features Pertinent Portraits (i & 2 col.), Puzzles (i or 2 col.),Fashion Hints (i col.), Noozie (j^ or i col.). Smiles(i & 2 col.), Useful Bird Citizens (i or 2 col.) andONeills Old Pals, a new 6-col. strip. Also the Following Miscellaneous Ones Cloughs Hints for the Motorist (3 a week),Sedgwicks Weekly House Plans (2 or 3 col.),iVIiss Owens Art Needlework (3 a week), Long-copes Classified Building Series (2 or 3 col.), andThe Ad-Route, our monthly newspaper houseorgan. The International Syndicate Features for Newspapers I:stabllshed 1899 Baltimore. Md. Say you saw it in PRINTER AND PUBLISHER PRINTER AND PUBLISHER *«« =Vv
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The SPEEDAUMAILER This machine is used to fold, wrap and address newspapersand various sizes of magazines. The use of the Speedaumailer makes it possible to have thegreatest efficiency not only in the mail room but in the cir-culation department. Let us show you how some publishers have gained thisefficiency through the use of the Multi-Mailer System. /Speed^xunafic Campani/ /MANUFACTURING THE MULTI-nAILER SYSTEM B17-825 WASHINGTON BLVP CHICAGO Say you saw it in PRINTER AND PUBLISHER PRINTER AND PUBLISHER 77 Everywhere the Union Jack Fliesthe Name of Brantford is Known The Manufactured Goods of Brantford The Fourth Manufacturing Cityof the Dominion Are Exported to All Parts of the World ^^Made inBrantford A Live City and its Live Newspaper, The Expositor THROUGHOUT the vast British Dominions, and inmost foreign countries as well, the plow, the wind-mill, the harvester, the harrow, the tractor, the gasolineengine, the pulp machine, the sawmill, the motor, steelgoods of every descriptio
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