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We offer you a chance to become part owner of a profitable business, which has cost years of hard work and much money to put on a paying basis.
Magazine, paper and book publishing is one of the most profitable industries in the country. In no other department of legitimate business is the percentage of success so high and the profits on the capitul investment so large as in that of supplying monthly and weekly periodicals to the American public.
In the last ten years the aggregate circulation of weekly publications of the magazine class has multiplied ten times, and the monthly magazines show an increased circulation seven times as great. This is proof that the publishing proposition is one of constantly increasing value.
The Watson publications have a practically unlimited and exclusive field. When we took over the Taylor-Trotwood subscription list, Watson's became the dean of Southern magazines. The oldest magazine of general interest and influential circulation, ours is the only representative Southern publication. The Eastern magazines have never given the South the consideration that its importance deserves. When they treat Southern subjects at all, it is usually from a hostile and unsympathetic standpoint.
The enormous and startling industrial growth of the South in the last few years has created a demand for advertising mediums with a large and widely distributed circulation.
The capital of the Jeffersonian Publishing Company is $100,000. The value of the shares is set at $5.00, so as to give the smallest investor a chance. We have over $100,000 worth of assets. Our plant, the largest and most up-to-date in the South, is all paid for. We don't owe a cent, except our monthly bills for running expenses. Next month we will install a new press, the largest of its kind ever built. Its capacity is 20,000 papers per hour.
“THE JEFFs” paid, regularly and punctually, eight per cent. interest on their bonds, and there is every reason to believe that we can pay higher dividends on our stock. Applications are being received by every mail, and every share will be sold at par.
If you wish to take advantage of this offer, write at once for detailed statements and application blanks.
Jeffersonian Publishing Company
NASHVILLE SPRING & MATTRESS CO., Nashville, Tenn.
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Entered as second-class matter January 4, 1911, at the Post Office at Thomson, Georgia,
Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Published Monthly by JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, Thomson, Ga.
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