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1,000 SUBSCRIBERS IN 30 DAYS THAT’S A RECORD WE WISH TO ESTABLISH FOR THE PHOENIX TRI BUNE AND WILL DIVIDE $550 EQUALLY AMONG A THOUSAND PEOPLE IN OUR EFFORT. READ ON. The Phoenix Tribune is Ari zona's Leading Newspaper; a member of the Associated Negro Press; member of the National Negro Association and has a staff of State and local repre sentatives that chronicle every thing of importance that hap pens in Arizona. Featuring as it does. National, State and local news, The Phoe nix Tribune is in a Class By itself and is a fearless champion of the rights of humanity. It’s a paper for all the people. The PHOENIX TRIBUNE -—o — One Whole Year $1.95 I ' ■■ ■ ■— : ■■■ ■■ 1 r ■ ■ ... I This campaign begins August 6,1921 and will close just as soon as 1000 people have responded to this advertisement, and in no case will the offer be extended beyond 30 days or Sept. 6,1921. i COUPON NO. 2 (For New Subscribers) Tribune Publishing Co., P. 0. Box 1052 Phoenix, Arizona. Gentlemen :--Inclosed find $1.95 for which enter my name on your subscription list and send The Tribune to address given, for period of one year. Name Street City * State So the People May Know Since April Ist, 1921, the circulation of the Phoenix Tribune increased at the rate of 15 new subscribers every day. This in crease of circulation has come without any reduction in the price of subscription, or any special inducement to our representatives, such as extra commissions or prizes of anv nature whatsoever. The Tril )U le sells on its merit alone, for we believe that sub scribers who are inveigled to take a paper because of some special combination offer or to help out an ambitious boy or girl, will not be permanent. The above statement is made for the benefit of our readers as well as advertisers. A. P. Smith, Editor and Publisher. State of Arizona County of Maricopa ss. Before me, a Notary Public, personally appeared A. "R. Smith who first being duly sworn, hereby certifies that the above state ments are true. Witness my hand and seal at Phoenix, Ariz., this 2nd day of June, 1921. (Seal) , MEL FTCKAS Notary Public My Commission Expires May 24, 1925. As shown by the above statement, the circulation of the Phoenix Tribune increased at the rate of 450 subscribers a month and that without any special effort on our part. Now, we are ambitious and want to see our circulation increase at the rate of 1000 subscribers a month. In order to do this, we decided to give the first thousand people who take advantage of this offer, an opportunity to get Th eP h oeni X 4 Q R Tribune I One Whole Year 't Regular Price, $2.50 a year an Worth It. If you are already a subscriber, you may renew your sub scription at this price while the offer lasts. Your subscription will 1)0 extended for one year from date of expiration and you will have effected a saving of one-fourth. Old subscribers arc asked to fill out the coupon on the right at the button of this page and new subscribers will fill out the one on the left. THE PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING Your Last Opportunity To Get The Phoenix Tribune One Whole Year For $1.95. You’ll HaVe to Hurr / Statement From The Owner mmF-r&s •' A. R. SMITH Editor and Owner of The Phoenix Tribune This offer is a manifestation of our optimism. We believe that if 450 people will subscribe for the Tribune every month without solicitation. Ope Thousand people can he induced to subscribe bv putting forth a little effort. During the four years’ of my work as editor and publisher of The Phoenix Tribune, this is the first time T have permitted a page advertisement to he run in a subscription campaign. From the be ginning, subscriptions have come so fast that I deemed it unnecessary to use so much of our valuable spare for this purpose. It is only because I want to establish a record of 1000 subscribers a month that T consent for this page to be used. I am responsible for this advertisement and stand hack of everv statement herein contained. All who have known The Tribune have known me, for T have put my host into every issue that has come forth. ’When you see The Tribune you see its editor :it his best. My ambition is to have 1000 subscribers join The Tribune family of readers within the short per iod of one month, hence the radical reduction in the price of subscription. This campaign is being con ducted by me personally, and I. shall look for your name in that list of one thousand subscribers which wilt he received. A. R. SMITH COUPON NO. 1 (For Old Subscribers) Tribune Publishing Co., P. O. Box 1052 Phoenix, Arizona. Gentlemen:—lnclosed find $1.95 which renews my subscription to The Tribune for one year. Name Street City « State Saturday, August 13, 1921.