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ROWELL'S 

AMERICAN 






NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 



— CONTAINING — 

A DESCRIPTION OF ALL THE NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 

PUBLISHED IN TliE UNITED STATES AND TERRITORIES, 

DOMINION OF CANADA AND NEW VQUNDLAND, AND OF 

THE TOWNS AND CITIES IN n'hICH THEY ARE 

PUBLISHED, TOGETHER WITH A STATEMENT 

OR ESTIMATE OF THE AVERAGE NUMBER 

OF COPIES PRINTED BY EACH 

PI BLICATION CATALOGUED. 



FORTIETH YEAR. 



SUBSCRIPflON PRICE TEN DOLLARS. 



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NEW YORK 



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jTHE PRINTERS' TNK^^ I^C^lllSHlXG^^ COMPANY, 

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PREFACE. 



The present volume marks the fortieth 
year of continuous publication of Rowell's 
American Newspaper Directory. As it ap- 
peared in 1869 the Directory was the first pub- 
lication to give a complete list of American 
newspapers and periodicals, together with 
circulation ratings. FYom the outset its ac- 
knowledged position as the highest authorit}^ 
upon newspaper statistics has been f ull}^ main- 
tained and each 3^ear, it is believed, through 
the experience of its compilers and additional 
means of gaining information, it has become 
more accurate and trustworthy. 

During the entire period of its existence 
the Directory has been, and still remains, 
under the direct supervision of its founder, 
Mr. George P. Rowell. He has witnessed dur- 
ing these two score years the growth of a 
marked tendency among newspaper publish- 
ers toward honest treatment of advertisers 
and an insistent demand from advertisers to 
be told what amount of service is actually 
rendered them in return for the mone}^ ex- 
pended for publicity. His understanding of 
the meaning of the word circulation — copies 
printed— is widely regarded as more practic- 
able than any other that has ever been 
proposed. 

In the Director}^ for the year 1879 letter 
ratings, explained by a key, were first em- 



6 PREFACE. 



ployed to indicate the editions printed by 
publications that would not set forth the facts 
in any definite and satisfactory way. The 
letter ratings were used until one year ago, 
and then, in the 1907 book, they gave place to 
a resume of past ratings, set forth in plain 
words. The change has proved acceptable to 
Directory purchasers, who are now able to 
determine at a glance whether or not an}^ pub- 
lication has submitted a satisfactory state- 
ment of copies printed, and, if not, to know 
the estimated figures accorded by the Directory 
editor. The omission of a rating of copies 
printed denotes, with few exceptions, that the 
paper has never established a claim to have 
issued regularl}^ so many as an average of 
1,000 copies for the period of a full year. The 
exceptions are found in the cases of papers 
which have consolidated during the 3^ear or 
which have begun publication since the pre- 
vious edition of the Director}^ went to press. 

There is an encouraging increase in the 
number of papers and periodicals which fur- 
nish definite and satisfactory information 
upon which a reliable rating of copies printed 
can be based. This year such information 
comes from nearly eighteen hundred publica- 
tions, which is more than a quarter of all that 
print regularly so many as a thousand copies. 
Four papers have secured the Star Guar- 
antee of the Directory during the twelve- 
A month, and with two exceptions those 
which secured the Guarantee in pre- 
vious years have rendered acceptable 
statements. The total number of papers which 



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PREFACE. 



now have the Star is sixty-six. The complete 
list of papers comprising the Star Galaxy 
appears below. 



CALIFORNDA. 

^ Oakland Enquirer. 

COLORADO. 

^ Denver Post. 

CONNFCTICUT. 

y Bridgeport Morning Telegram. 

DISTRICT OF COl.L.^IBIA. 

Washington Evening Star. 

GFORfjilA. 

Augusta Chronicle. 

ILLINOIS. 

Chicago Daily News. 

Chicago Record-Herald. 

Chicago Tribune. 

Chicago Svenska Tribunen- 

Nyheter. 

Decatu» Daily Review. 

Decatur Herald. 

Peoria -Star. 

Peoria Journal. 

INDIANA. 

Crawfordsville Journal. 

Indianapolis News. 

Indianapolis Star. 

Richmond Evening Item. 

Terre Haute Tribune. 

IOWA. 

Des .Moines Successful Farming. 

Sioux City Tribune. 

KANS.4JS. 
Topeka Capital. 

l^IARYLAND. 

Baltimore News. 

.^I \ SS A C H I S K TTS. 

Boston Globe. 

Boston Post . 

Brockton Enterprise, 

MICHIGAN. 

Jackson Citizen-Press. 

Jackson Morning Patriot. 

MINNESOTA. 

Minneapolis Journal. 

Minneapolis Tribune. 

Minneapolis Farm, Stock and Home. 

Minneapolis Svenska Amerikanska 

Posten. 
St. Paul Pioneer Press. 



ITIISSOl RI. 

Kansas City Star. 

NEBRASKA. 

Lincoln Daily Star. 

Lincoln State Journal and 

Evening News. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Red Bank Register. 

NEAV YORK. 

Brooklyn Standard Unior. 

Buffalo Evening News. 

Mount Vernon Argus. 

Newburgh News. 

New York City Printers' Ink. 

Troy Record. 

OHIO. 

Akron Beacon Journal. 

OREGON. 

Portland Journal. 

Portland Oregonian. 

Portland Telegram. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Erie Times. 

Philadelphia Bulletin. 

Philadelphia Press. 

Philadelphia Record. 

Philadelphia Farm Journal. 

Pittsburg Post. 

West Chester Local News. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Providence Bulletin. 

Providence Tribune. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Columbia State, 

TENNKSSEE. 

Chattanooga News. 

Knoxville Journal and Tribune. 

Nashville Banner. 

WASHINGTON. 

Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 

Seattle Times. 

WISCONSIN. 

Milwaukee Journal. 

Racine Wisconsin Agriculturist. 

CANADA. 

Montreal Star. 

Montreal La Presse. 

Toronto Mail and Empire- 



COST OF ADVERTISING 



—IN- 



Howell's imerioan Newspaper Directorf 

FOR 1909 

AmWka on receipt oTpricI ^ '""'^^ P""' ^° ^"^ P°^"' '^ ^-^^ 

DISPLAYED ADVERTISEMENTS 

All displayed advertisements in Rowell's American NewsDaoer Dirertnrv 

he JL^p'eSve'SV^th'^ '=' -^^^^^ IT °' ^^^ ^^^ and^^trn^^^^'paresS 

a preS nosi^to^ ^^'P'^^ advertisement virtually 

a preierrea position at no advance over the ordinary rate. 

Onc-quartcr pa^c costs $20. including a free copy of the book 
One-half pa^c costs $30. including a free copy of the book 
One pa^e costs $50, including a free copy of the book 

Where a publisher wishes his display advertisement to ann^r «« ^. 
opposite the page of the catalogue descdptfon of his Xn pape?^h char.e 
schedule."' '"''""'" '^ ^""^"^ ^^^ P""^ mention^ed'tn the abofe 
PUBLISHERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS 

A Publisher's Announcement may have a place in the Dirprtnrv in fh^ 
column with and directly following the^atalogL descriptn of ^^^^ 
being set in type uniform with the letterpress! preceded by thf^^tds^^^^^^^^ 
/is^^rs Announcement. In such an announcement it is possible for ; nub 

wf/o/^uZionlvVhr^^"^ anything and everything tha't hfclaims !n"tt 
way ot superiority of his paper over others, and to place his statement in a 
spot where the advertiser cannot fail to read it. The^charge for sudi an an 
nouncement is ^r a line (average six words to a line) ^ 

advance '''p,?hrr'"^ '"^ ^''' '^^" ^'° '^""°^ ^^ ^"^P^^d unless paid for in 
ItA^ .1 Publishers' announcements of less than twenty lines do not 
entitle the publisher to a free copy of the book. ' ^ 

DISCOUNT FOR CASH 

fn fl'Tr' ""^ ""^^-r ^ deducted from prices named, on orders amounting 
IccXiJyThe'orX"'^ ^°^' °' advertisement and check in full settleS 

ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO 

The Printers' Ink Publishing Company 

Proprietors and Publishers of Rowell's American Newspaper Directory 

10 Spruce St., NEW YORK CITY 

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ROWELL'S 



American 
Newspaper Directory 



ISSUED ANNUALLY 



ESTABLISHED I 869 



This work is the accepted authoritative source of informa- 
tion on Newspaper Statistics in the United States and Canada. 

Advertisers, Advertising Agents, Editors, Politicians and the 

Departments of the Government rely upon its statements as the recognized authority. 

It gives a brief description of each place in which newspapers 

are published, population, railroads, local industries, name and location of county, etc., etc 

It gives the names of all Newspapers and other Periodicals. 

It gives the Politics, Religion, Class, Nationality, etc. 

It gives the Frequency of Issue. 

It gives the Editor's name. 

It gives the Publisher's name. 

It gives the Size of the Paper. 

It gives the Subscription Price. 

It gives the Date of Establishment. 

It gives the Circulation — that is the number of copies printed 

for a series of years past, thus enabling an advertiser to judge of the probable future. 

It gives a separate lii^t of all papers credited in the body of 

tlie book with issuing regularly over one thousand copies. 

It gives a separate list of all newspapers having a Sunday 

issue. 

It gives a list of all Class Publications (Religious, Agricult- 
ural, Medical, Trade, in Fore.gn Languages, etc.), and a complete index to each class. 

It also contains other valuable tabulations and classifications. 

The price of ROWELL'S A3IERICAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY is 
TEN Dollars— net cash, all transportation charges prepaid. 

As the most important portion of the information supplied by a mercantile agency consists 
of a report of the financial strengtli of the person about whom information is asked, so is the 
circulation (that is, the editions printed) of a newspaper generally considered the point upon 
which information will be of most value to the advertiser. The greatest possible care is 
taken to make the Directory reports correct. Every publisher is applied to systematically. 
All information is taken in a form which excludes any but definite statements, and every 
e to p.'otect honest publishers against such as would resort to disingenuous reports 
ifair advixntage. 

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RULES AND USAGES THAT PREVAIL IN THE ANNUAL 
REVISIONS OF ROWELL'S AMERICAN NEWS- 
PAPER DIRECTORY. 



For forty years Rowell's American the papers are given a place in 
Newspaper Directory has been issued Directory catalogue. 

regularly and has been the one au- 

thentic and trustworthy authority con- 
cerning the number of copies issued 
by American newspapers. 

The book consists of four parts. 



the 



"Publisher's Announcements," 
which follow the description of a 
paper in the catalogue portion of the 
book, are paid advertisements whert^in 



Part I. contains a catalogue of all it is the newspaper publisher's privi 



American periodical publications. 

Part II. consists of a list of all publi- 
cations rated in Part I. as issuing reg- 
ularly i,ooo copies or more. 

Part III. consists of a complete 
list of papers issued on Sunday. 

Part IV. consists of a complete cat- 
alogue of Class and Trade papers. 



The price of the Directory is Ten 
dollars. 



lege to make any statement, on his 
own responsibility, that he deems im- 
portant to bring to the attention of 
every one who consults the Directory 
with a view of selecting suitable pa- 
pers in which to insert an advertise- 
ment. Such announcements are put 
in type as they are received, and in- 
serted in the body of the book as the 
pages are made up.' The cost is one 
dollar a line (average six words to a 
line). Proofs are exhibited in advance 
if desired. 



As soon as an edition of the Di- 
rectory is issued a revision is begun 
for the edition to follow. 



The Directory is intended to contain 
a complete catalogue of all newspa- 
For each revision it is the publish- pers published, and a statement or esti- 
er's privilege to furnish any correction male of the number of copies printed 
that may be necessary for a correct by each ; consequently, neither the 
description. name nor the rating of a paper can be 

It is every publisher's privilege to omitted in response to a request to that 
have the circulation rating of his paper effect, 
brought up to date if he will file with 

the Directory editor a detailed state- Unless there are strong reasons to 
ment showing his actual issues for the the contrary, the name of a publication 
entire twelve months of the calendar that is not admitted to the United 
year preceding. States mails as second-class matter is 

not entered in the Directory, and 

under the same restrictions, any publi- 
Each letter or report from a news- ^^^-^^^ admitted as second-class matter 
paper is read and every change noted. ^^ considered entitled to a place in the 
Correspondence coming too late for Directory 

attention is held over for the next re- 

vision. jt is not intended that publications of 

ephemeral character shall have a place 
in the Directory. When in doubt 
whether a publication should be in- 
cluded or excluded, it is always ex- 
cluded. 



" New Newspapers " heard of since 
the revision for the last edition, are 
communicated with, and if late copies 
or detailed descriptions are obtained 



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EULES AND USAGES. 



In cases where a paper is dated from 
two or more places it is catalogued 
under the town where it is actually 
issued and a reference to it is given 
space under the town where it pur- 
ports to be issued, unless a cogent 
reason is urged by the publisher of 
the paper in question why a different 
course should be pursued. 



apparent, the statement cannot be ac- 
cepted as one the accuracy of which 
may be absolutely relied upon. 



When one or more editions of a 
newspaper are issued for another town 
or village, the words " prints an edition 
for" (naming town), or "prints special 
editions for neighboring towns," are 
added to its description, and the rating 
in such cases is specified as "combined 
circulation." No mention of such extra 
edition is made under the town where 
it purports to be issued. 

When the name of a paper appear? 
in the Directory catalogue for the first 
time no rating of copies printed is in- 
tended to be accorded unless the paper 
has been published for the period of a 
full year or more or is the successor of 
another paper previously described. 

To publications that do not admit 
advertisements in their columns no 
rating of the number of copies printed 
is accorded. 

The actual average edition issued 
the year past is always stated in plain 
figures if the necessary information is 
furnished. 

To report the editions he issues in 
such a way as to convey definite infor- 
mation to an inquirer, it is deemed 
necessary that a publisher shall state 
what the output has been for each 
separate issue for an entire year. 



A report giving the number of quires 
or reams of paper used each week 
(instead of the actual number of 
copies printed) is not sufficiently defi- 
nite. It may mean for an eight-page 
paper one-half the actual issue re- 
ported in quires. If it has four pages 
there are 24 copies to the quire. If 
eight pages, it will not be safe to al- 
low for more than twelve copies to 
the quire. A quire is 24 sheets, and 
not 25. A ream is 480 sheets, and 
not 500. Furthermore, a statement 
expressed in quires or reams always 
includes waste and spoiled copies, 
which cannot be properly counted as 
circulation. 

When the report or description of a 
paper that has been submitted to a 
publisher for revision comes back 
bearing a mark of acquiescence, or 
bearing no mark whatever, its return 
is taken as evidence that the publish- 
er has no corrections to make, and it 
is taken as an admission that the rat- 
ing of copies printed at present ac- 
corded him is high enough, tuhatever 
else may be said about it. 



When a publisher furnishes a true 
statement showing the actual number 
of copies printed for each and every 
issue during the preceding year, 
added together to show the aggregate 
number and divided by the number 
of separate issues, thus arriving at the 
actual average of each issue, the state- 
ment being dated and signed, the 
paper is always rated in accordance. 



Advertisers think that they can judge 
more intelligently from a knowledge 
of what editions have been issued for 
a year past than from any sort of 
statement of what a publisher hopes 
or believe* he will issue for a year to 
come. It is his privilege to set forth 
his hopes and beliefs in a publisher's 
announcement if he thinks it likely 
to benefit him sufficient to warrant the 
expense. 



A statement of copies printed is re- 
quired to be signed. If signed with a 
hand stamp, or with initials, or by some 
person whose authority to sign is not 



When a publisher states what has 
been his average output for the 
past year, without giving the figures 
of each issue, his report fails to en- 
title him to the rating he appears to 
claim, because the editor of the Di- 
rectory believes he ought to see and 
have on file the figures by which the 
result was arrived at, so that he may 
be assured that the calculation w^as 
made with accuracy. No publisher 
can tell what his average edition 
has been without first causing the fig- 
ures to be set down and the neces- ^ 
sary calculations made; and when ) 
that has been done, he may just as 

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RULES AND USAGES. 13 



well send the figures for examination, accorded to statements about the out- 

and to be placed on file at the office put of rival publications made by the 

of the Directory. A mistake may publisher who has furnished definite 

have been made vv^hich a glance would and satisfactory information about his 

reveal. An unwillingness to submit own, and very little to statements 

the figures for inspection is always re- concerning his rivals made by the 

garded as a suspicious circumstance, publisher who fails to give satisfac- 

and casts a doubt upon the accuracy tory information about his own publi- 

of the figures claimed. cation. 



When the word "circulation" is . Publishers who ref ram from furnish - 

used in a statement supplied to the mg any mformation about the editions 

Directory editor without definition or }^^y i^^^^' Z' ^'t^« ^^''"^^'^ information 

qualification, it fails to inform him ^^^ ^ ^o''™ '^^^ is not specific and au- 

whether it means the number of thentic are rated as issuing editions 

copies printed or it is intended as an " exceeding i,ooo, 2,250, 4,000, 7,500. 

estimate of the number of readers, fig- ^H'SOO' ' 7,5^0, 20,000, 40,000 or 75,000 

uring five or some other number for These ratings represent the opinion of 

each copy. What he wants to know ^^^ ^'^'^°' ^^ ^^^ Directory at the time 

is the actual number of complete and ?^ S^^^g^^^ P^'^^s and are deemed to 

perfect copies printed for the period ^^ ^^ definite as it is advisable to at- 

of a full year. Statements expressed ^^^^J" the face of the fact that the 

in even hundreds and even thousands Publisher evidently has a reason for . 

are always open to suspicion. Spoiled concealment that is satisfactory to ' 

copies and waste are not to be in- himselr. 

eluded in the count. 

Whenever the marks #,##,### 

(explained on the first printed page 

Daily papers having a Sunday issue of the Directory) appear against the 

are accorded a separate rating for the circulation rating of a paper, the circu- 

Sunday edition whenever separate lation rating of the paper so marked 

statements are furnished, one for the is not given in the list in Part II. of 

week-day issues alone and a separate the Directory, or in other tabulations, 

one for the Sundav edition alone. but in place of the rating the doubt 

; mark only is given. 
When a morning and an evening 



edition of a daily are published, even Publishers of newspapers and other 

though the evemng edition has a dif- periodicals are aware that it costs 

ferent name, the circulation report is nothing to have a correct description 

permitted to cover both editions, and inserted in the American Newspaper 

be so stated in the hook, provided all Directory. Neither is any payment 

advertisements ordered tn one edition demanded or accepted for inserting 

of the paper appear in the other also correct figures showing the number 

without extra charge. o£ ^^pi^g panted. All that is requi- 

site, in either case, is to furnish the 

In cases where, for a considerable information in a form that will ad- 
time, no information is received from mit of verification. If a publisher 
a publisher concerning the circulation wishes to supplement the description 
of his paper, it is the rule to occa- of his paper by a displayed advertise- 
sionally reduce the rating, unless ment or a "publisher's announce- 
information from outside sources forces ment" he. pays for the advertising 
the impression that the present circu- space in accordance with the advertis- 
lation rating is not too high. ing rates established; but such adver- 

tisements or publishers'announcements 

In a town where one paper gives in- have no influence upon the circulation 

formation about its output that is rating accorded a paper, nor is any in- 
definite and satisfactory, and another fluence needed, because every paper is 
gives information the accuracy of credited with the exact circulation its 
which no one would be justified in publisher claims, if he furnishes the in - 
guaranteeing in the form in which it is formation in the form that is demanded 
given, a great deal of consideration is from every one of his competitors. 



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Population (Census I900)& Number of Newspapers (I908X 



RANK. STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



POPULATION. 



5U NEVADA, 



^ 42.335 



49 ALASKA. 



48 WYOMING, 



 63.592 



47 ARIZONA, 



46 IDAHO, 




45 DELAWARE, 



44 NEW MEXICO, 



43 MONTANA, 



42 UTAH, 



41 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 



40 NORTH DAKOTA, 



39 VERMONT, 



38 OKLAHOMA, 



37 SOUTH DAKOTA, 



36 NEW HAMPSHIRE, 



35 OREGON. 



34 RHODE ISLAND. 



96 WASHINGTON, 



32 FLORIDA, 



31 COLORADO, 



30 MAINE, 



29 CONNECTICUT, 



28 WEST VIRGINIA. 



27 NEBRASKA. 



26 MARYLAND, 



i5 ARKANSAS, 



24 SOUTH CAROLINA, 



28 LOUISIANA, 



Zi KANSAS. 



21 CALIFORNIA. 



•20 MISSISSIPPI. 



19 MINNESOTA, 



18 ALABAMA. 



17 VIRGINIA. 



16 NEW JERSEY. 

15 NORTH CAROLfNA, 



14 TENNESSEE. 



13 WISCONSIN. 



12 KENTUCKY, 



11 GEORGIA. 



10 IOWA. 



9 MICHIGAN, 



8 INDIANA. 



7 MASSACHUSETTS. 



6 TEXAS, 



5 MISSOURI. 



4 OHIO. 



3 ILLINOIS. 



2 PENNSYLVANIA,! 



1 NEW YORK. 



184,735 



95,310 




,570 



.588 



428. 



5 I 8, 



528. 



53 9. 



69 4. 



908. 



556 



103 



S42 




15. 
|5 



1.3 1 1.56 



1.34 0. 3 It 



1.381.62 



1.470.49 



1,485.0 5 5 



1.55 I, 27C 



1.751.394 



1.828.697 



1.854. 184 



1.883.669 



1.893.8 10 



2.020.6 16 



2.06 9.042 



2.147,174 



2.216.33 1 



2.23 1.883 



2.420.95 2 



2.516.46 2 



2.805.346 



3.048.710 



3.106.665 



4.157.545 



4.82 1.5 50 



6.302. 1 I : 



7.268,894 



NEWSPAPERS. 



58 



23 



92.531 


56 


122,931 


€9 


161,772 


116 



30 



83 



U2 



88 



63 



296 



559 



353 



87 



229 



48 



321 



157 



370 



143 



159 



217 



590 



181 



313 



146 



202 



T32 



736 



212 



739 



237 



245 



363 



255 



309 



687 



307 



373 



I. Oil 



765 



784 



569 



902 



1,000 



1,119 



1.619 



1,381 



1.835 



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CONTENTS. 



' INTKODUCTORY. 

(For Key to Ratings of copies printed, see inside of first cover. ) 
Preface Page § 



PART I. 



GAZETTEER AND CATALOGUE OF NEWSPAPERS BY STATES Paoe 17 



ALABAMA PAGE 17 

ALASKA 30 

ARIZONA '.. 31 

ARKANSAS 35 

CALIFORNIA 51 

COLORADO 87 

CONNECTICUT 105 

DELAWARE 116 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 119 

FLORIDA 123 

GEORGIA 132 

IDAHO 153 

ILLINOIS 158 

INDIANA 248 

IOWA 294 

KANSAS = 355 

KENTUCKY 394 

LOUISIANA 413 

MAINE 423 

MARYLAND 434 

MASSACHUSETTS 445 

MICHIGAN 481 

MINNESOTA 527 

MISSISSIPPI 568 

MISSOURI 579 

MONTANA /. 635 

NEBRASKA 642 

NEVADA 672 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 675 

NEW JERSEY 682 

NEW MEXICO 704 



NEW YORK 708 

NORTH CAROLINA 825 

NORTH DAKOTA 840 

OHIO 855 

OKLAHOMA 922 

OREGON 947 

PENNSYLVANIA 960 

RHODE ISLAND 1045 

SOUTH CAROLINA 1050 

SOUTH DAKOTA 1059 

TENNESSEE 1076 

TEXAS 1094 

UTAH 1138 

VERMONT 1143 

VIRGINIA 1149 

WASHINGTON 1164 

WEST VIRGINIA 1181 

WISCONSIN 1193 

WYOMING 1233 

CANADA 1237 

ALBERTA , 1S37 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 1239 

MANITOBA 1242 

NEW BRUNSWICK 1248 

NORTH-WEST TERRITORY 1251 

NOVA SCOTIA 1251 

ONTARIO 1256 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 1291 

QUEBEC 1292 

SASKATCHEWAN ISOO 

NEWFOUNDLAND 1303 



PART II. 



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NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS ISSUING REGULAR EDITIONS OF 1,000 

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PART III. 

SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS J*A<»= 144« 



PART IV. 

C LABS PUBLICATIONS. (See itemized Index on inside of last coTer). 

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I. 

CATALOGUE BY STATES. 

A CATALOGUE OF PLACES, ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY STATES 

AND TOWNS IN WHICH NEWSPAPERS AND OTHER PERIODICALS ARE PUBLISHED. GIVING POST 
OFFICE NAME, POPULATION, LOCATION, PROMINENT INDUSTRIES, ETC., FOLLOWED BY DE- 
SCRIPTIONS OF NEWSPAPERS AND OTHER PERIODICALS PUBLISHED THEREIN— ARRANGED 
FIRST ACCORDING TO FREQUENCY OF ISSUE. AND THEN IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER— GIVINO 
THE NAMES. FREQUENCY OF ISSUE, POLITICS OR GENERAL CHARACTER, FORM, SIZE, ANNUAL 
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT, EDITORS' AND PUBLISHERS' NAMES, COPIES 
PRINTED, ETC. 



ALABAMA. 

Population 1,828,697 1. Land Area 51,540 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by Tennessee, east by Georgia and Florida, south by Florida 
and the Gulf of Mexico, and west by Mississippi. State capital : Montgomery. 
Principal products and industries: Cotton, coal, iron and steel and general agri- 
culture. Number of newspapers and other periodicals (March 30, 1908), §37, 
divided as follows: Daily, :i6; semi-weekly, 6; weekly, 186; bi-weekly, 1; semi- 
monthly, 6; monthly, 12. 

The cities of over 5,000 population, according to the United States census of 
1900 (t), are as follows : 



Mobile 3S,469t 

Hiriiiiusfliaiii 38,415+ 

Montgfoiuery 30,34«+ 

Ainiistoii 9.695t 

Seliiia 8,713+ 



Hiintsville 8,0«8+ 

Florence 6,478+ 

Bessemer 6,358+ 

Tuscaloosa 5,094 + 

Talladega 5,056+ 



ABBEVILLE, c h., Henry Co. 0,889! 
pop., terminus of Seaboard Air Line and 
Southern Rds., 90 m. S. E. of Montgomery, 
the State capital. Saw and grist mills and 
wagon factory. 

NEWS; Fridays; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1; established December, 1900; 
A. N. Grouby, editor and publisher. 

TIUlErt; Fridays; democraLlc; four pages 
18x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; J. B. 
& J. R. Sapy, editors and publishers. 

ALBERTVILLE, Marshall Co. [^ 

1,200 pop., on Nashville, Chattanooga & St. 

Louis Rd., 10 m. S. E. of Guntersville, the 

county seat. Cotton and general farming. 

MARSHAL. I. BANNER; Thursdays; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; established 
1896: J. H. Meigs, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed : For the year iSgg this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an aver- 
age issue exceeding i,ooo copies weekly, but 
failed to furnish such definite infoririatidn as 
v/ould warrant the accordance of a rating to 
that effect. It has not since made any re- 
newal of the claim. 

ALEXANDER CITY, Tallapoosa 
Co. n- 1,061+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 
13 m. N. W. of Dadeville, the county seat. 
Cotton raising. 

OUTLOOK; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription .§1 ; established 1892; 
F. O. Hooton, editor ; Outlook Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

SOUTHERN AMERTf'ATVT, wr^Ar,^^. 
days ( . - 
; i  



ANDALUSIA, c. h., Covington Co. g 
4,126 pop., near tlie Conecuh r.. 90 m. S. of 
Montgomery, the State capital. Farming 
and lumbering. 

NEWSi Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 16x22; subscription $1; established 
1897; Edward Doty, editor and publisher. 
Copies printed : For the year igoo and 1906 
this paper seemed to assert that it had an av- 
erage issue exceeding i ,ooc copies weekly, but 
failed to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a rating to 
that effect. It has not since made any re- 
newal of the claim. 

ANNISTON, Calhoun Co. [if 9,695+ 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville and South- 
ern Rds., 104 m. W. of Atlanta, Ga. Cot- 
ton factories, rolling and planing mills. 
Iron, steel, brick, car and pipe '"w^orks. 
Trade center for cotton and agricultural 
products. Coal and iron fields in vicinity. 

EVENING STAR; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and REPCIBLIC, Satur- 
days; democratic; daily eight to twelve, 
w^eekly eight pagiB»15x22 ;'subscription— daily 
$5, weekly $1 ; established— daily 1899, weekly 
1837; T. R. Gordon, editor; Anniston Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: daily, 1,159 in 1902 

1,969 in 1904 
2,208 in 1907 

The weekly has varied from i,ir 
copies in 1896 to 2,216 in X903, si- 
vvhich it has made no report, b* 
credited with issuing fore than 
copies in 1906 and 1907. 



AMERICAN*! NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY, 



LABAMA. 



.ST; every morning except 

TIMES, Thursdays; demo- 

. pages 15x22; subscription— dally 

J SI; established— daily 1882, week- 

illton A. Smith, editor and pixblisher 

/ 

,6pi'es printed: 1,268 daily in i8g8. Was 

dited with issuing more than 1,000 copies 

cgularly until 1904, but not thought, in 1905, 

to issue so many. For the weekly an indefinite 

claim for exceeding 1,000 copies was received 

for the year 1898 and 1900, but no later claim 

to that effect is recorded. 

UNION EDLCATOR AND DIVER- 
SIFIED FARMER; semi-monthly; agri 
culture; thirty-two pages 9x12; subscription 
50 cents; established 1903; J. A. Vanden Burg, 
editor; Diversified Farm Publishing Co., 
publishers (6—6 P) (A A). 

ASHLAND, c. h., Clay Co. D- 422t 
pop., 23 m. S. E. of Talladega. Mining and 
agriculture. 

STANDARD} Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1898; L. D. Jordan, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ASHVIL.LE, c.h., St. Clair Co. 6 363t 

pop., on Teimessee River, AshviUe & Coosa 

Rd.. 40 m. N. E. of Birmingham and 100 S. E. 

of Chattanooga, Tenn. Saw mills, corn, 

grain, cotton, tobacco, sorghum, coal and 

iron. 

SOUTHERN ^GIS; Wednesdays; 
Independent -democratic; four pages 15x22; 
subscription 75 cents; established 1873; George 
R. Cather. editor; Southern ^gls Publishing 
Co., publishers. 

ATHENS, c. li., Limestone Co. 6 l.OlOf 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 195 m. 
N. of Montgomery and 107 S. of Nashville, 
Tenn. Hosiery, flour, saw, planing and 
cotton mills and gins. 

ALABAMA COURIER; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20, subscription 
$1; established 1890; Robert M. Rawls, editor 
and publisher. 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies weekly from 
the year 1898 to 1903, but has not since set 
up any claim for issuing so many. 

LIMESTONE DEMOCRAT ; Satur 
days; democratic: eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1891 ; R. H. Walker, 
editor and publisher (2— 6). 

Copies printed : 1,400 weekly in 1900 and 
1,011 in 1904, but in 1906 was not credited 
with issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

ATMORE, Escambia Co. g 2s7t pop., 

on Louisville & Nashville Rd. 

SPECTRUM! Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished September, 1903; Dr. D. C. Burson, edi- 
tor; Spectrum Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (1—6). 

ATTALIiA, Etowah Co-iif l,692tpop., 
on Louisville & Nashville, Nashville, Chat- 
tanooga & St. Louis, Queen & Crescent 
Route and Southern Rds., 56 m. N. of Bir- 
mingham. Farming, mining and live stock. 

MIRROR: Thursdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1888 ; L. S. Gray, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—7). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies weekly in the 
years 1902 and 1903, but has not since set up 
any claim to issuing so many. 



ALABAMA. 



BAIT MINETTE, c. h., Baldwin Co. 

p 600 pop., on Bay Mlnette & Ft. Morgan 
Rd., 25 m. N. E. of Mobile. Lumber and gen- 
eral manufacturing. 

BALDWIN TI3IES; Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1890; Ira B. Jones, editor and 
publisher (7 — 5). 

BAYOU LABATRE, Mobile Co. 

P 60+ pop., on Mobile & Bayshore Rd. 

SEASIDE WHISTLER; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established January, 1902; J. T. Joullan, 
editor and publisher (2—5) (A A). 

BESSEMER, Jefferson Co. D 6,358t 
pop., on Alabama Great Southern, South- 
ern, 'Frisco, Louisville * Nashville and 
Queen & Crescent Route Rds., 11 m.S. W. 
of Birmingham, the county seat. Iron 
foundries, coke ovens, eight blast fur- 
naces, machine shops and planing mills. 
Iron and coal mining. 

BESSEMER WEEKLY; Saturdays; 
independent-democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.5U ; established 1887; Wm. H. 
H. Judson, editor and publisher (7 — 5). 

J O U R N A li ; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1887; G. W. Price and L. W. Jones, edi- 
tors and publishers. 

Copies printed : For the year 1898 this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made any renewal of the claim. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays (A A). 

WORKMAN; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription (1; estab- 
lished 1899; John H.Williamson, editor; The 
Workman Publishing Company, publishers. 

Copies printed : This paper has on one or 
more occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than a thousand copies 
regularly, but such definite information as 
would warrant such a rating has never been 
forthcoming. 

BIRMINGHAM, c. h., Jefferson Co. 

a 38,415+ pop., present estimate, with sub- 
urbs 100,000, on Alabama Great Southern, 
Central of Georgia, Southern. 'Frisco, Sea- 
board Air Line, Louisville & Nashville, Illi- 
nois Central and Queen & Crescent Route 
Rds. Iron, coal, coke and steel center. 
Foundries, machine shops, pipe works and 
lumber. 

DAILY. 
AGE-HERALD ; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays; democratic; dally 
ten to sixteen. Sunday thirty-six to flfty-six, 
weekly twelve pages 18x24; subscription- 
daily $6, Sunday $2. weekly $1; established 
1887; E. W. Barrett, editor; Age-Herald Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers ( 1—7). 

Copies printed — Daily: 6,167 i" 1^98 

7,174 in 1900 

8,106 in 1901 

16,956 in 1906 

16,711 in 1907 

Weekly: 15,040 in igoo 

15,636 in 1901 

24,968 in 1906 

25.407 in 1907 

Sunday: 26,833 in 1907 

LEDGERt '>vo'""> ; <- lunday; 

dem , Satur- 



CATALOGUE BY ST. 



ALABAMA. 



day sixteen to twentj--four pages 18x34; sub 

Bcrlptlon $3; established 1896; The Ledger 

Publishing Companj\ publishers (2—7). 
Copies printed: 2,848 in 1897 
22,419 in 1906 
21,861 in 1907 

Publisher's announcement.— The Birmingham 
Ledger goes into over 2S,000 of the most 
prosperous homes In Birmingham, the Bir- 
mingham District, North and Middle Ala- 
bama. It is the paper with a distinctive 
home circulation. Greater Birmingham, 
connected by street railway lines, has a 
population of 150,000— the most prosperous 
section of the South. 
NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 

democratic; ten to twenty-four pages 18x24; 

subscription $5; established 1887; Rufus N. 

Rhodes, editor and publisher (2—5). 

Copies printed: 10,208 in 1901 
20,201 in 1905 
20,201 in 1906 
22,175 in 1907 

WEEKLY. 

ALABAMA BAPTIST; Wednesdays; 
baptist; sixteen pages 10x13; subscription 
$2; established 1874; Frank W. Barnett, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—5). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 8,070 in 1903 and 9,500 in 
IQ05, since which it has not furnished any defi- 
nite and satisfactory report, but was credited 
with more than 4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

ALABAMA CHRISTIAN ADVO- 
CATE ; Thursdays; methodlst episcopal, 
•outh; eight pages 16x23; subscription $1.50; 
established 1881; Rev. J. S. Chadwick, editor 
and manager (2—8). 

Copies printed: 6,500 in 1896 

8,230 in 1903 

10,892 in 1907 

AVANGUARDIA : Saturdays (A A). 

AVONDALE BUDGET; Fridays; In- 
dependent; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 19U3; W.D. Moody, Jr.. editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

CHRISTIAN HOPE; Fridays (A A). 

COURIER; Saturdays; German; eight 
pages 17}^x22; subscription $2; established 
1893; E. Lesser and L. Braun. editors and 
publishers. 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,345 for the year 1898, 
but has not since made claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 

FARMERS' UNION GUIDE; Wed 

nesdays; sixteen pages 9}4xl2}^; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1906; Bays" D. Gather, 
editor; Guide Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (1—8). See advertisement belov 

Copies printed: 8,430 in 1907 



JONES VALL.. 

days (A A). 

LABOR ADVOC- 

labor; eight pages 15x22, 
established 1890; J. H. F. Mo. 
publisher (A A). 

Copies printed: 2,257 weekly 1. 
2,000 in 1901, since which it has mau 
port, but was believed in 1005 to have 
regularly more than 1,000 copies. 

MINERAL BELT GAZETTE; Sat 

urdays; local; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1; established April. 1904; Jack Annes- 
ley, editor; The Mineral Belt Gazette Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (2—5 P) lA A). 

REPORTER; Saturdays (A A). 

TIMES; Wednesdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22 : subscription $1 ; established 1894 ; 
J. H. Bingham, editor and publisher. 

TRUTH; Saturdays; negro; four pages 
18x20; subscription $1; establlehed January. 
1903; Mrs. O. A. Tuggle, editor and publisher 
(2-4). 

SEMLMONTHLY. 

DIXIE MANUFACTURER; semi- 
monthly; manufacturing, flnanoial and im- 
migration; sixteen pages 11x16; subscription 
$2; established 1895; Rountree Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers. 

MONTHLY. 

ADVANCE; monthly; twenty-four pages 
103^x141^; subscription $1; established June, 
1904; John R, Hornady, editor; Advance 
Publishing Compan 3% publishers (2—6) (A A). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 10,047 in 1Q05, since which 
it has not furnished a report, but was credited 
with more than 4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

ALABA3IA MEDICAL JOURNAL; 

monthlv ( A A ). 
ALABAMA WHITE RIBBON; 

monthly (A A). 

DIXIE HOME; monthly; agriculture 
and Immigration; sixteen pages 11x16; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1891; Th« 
Rountree Publishing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed : For the year iqoi this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE; 

monthly; educational; thirty-two pages 
7x10; subscription $1; established 1885; J. B. 
Cunningham, editor; Educational Exchange 
Co.. publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed': This paper had credit 



for an average issue of 
<?ince which it has "'^ 



2,040 in 



45,000 

Read THE FAR' 
week. It is the 
the Great Farmer 
weekly throughr 

The Guid ' 

2108 MOR 



^RICAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY, 



AMA. 



A'ith more than i,ooo 
/Ce, up to and including 

ORER OF ALABAMA; 

^llglous; eight pages 11x16; 8ub- 

25 cents; established 1895; E. A. 

and J. E. Hixson, editors and pub- 

.s(12— 4). 

ydpies printed: Had credit for issuing 

^bre than i,ood copies regularly in the years 

1903, but has not since set up any claim for 

issuing so manv. 

SOUTHERN FARMER; monthly; 
agriculture; sixteen pages; subscription 50 
cents; established 1886; John J. McDavid, 
editor and publisher (7—5). 

BREWTON,c.h.,^«cam6trtCo.g l,382t 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 58 m. 
N. E. of Pensacola, Fla. Savr and lumber 
mills. Starch factory, fruit and vegetabl* 
growing and farming. 

PINE BELT NEWS; Thursdays; dem- 
ooratlc; eight pages 13x2i); subscription $1; 
established 1894; W. D. Sowell, editor and 
publisher. 

STANDARD GAUGE ; Thuredayt ; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
gl; established 1887; H. C. Rankin, editor; 
Lovelace & Rankin, oubllshers (6—5 P). 

BRIDGEPORT, Jackson Co-cT l,247t 
pop., on Southern and Nashville, Chat- 
tanooga & St. Louis Rds., 29 m. "W. of 
Chattanooga. Basket factory and stove 
foundry. 

RECORD; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 17x24; subscription $1; established 
November, 1904; W. C. Burt, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—5). 

BRUNDIDGE, Pif^e Co. O, 537t pop., 

on Plant System Rd., about 11 m. S. E. of 

Troy, the county seat. Agriculture. 

NEWS; semi-vreekly, Wednesdays and 

Saturdays; democratic; four pages 11x16; 

subacrip'tion $1 ; established 1893 ; J. E. 

Graves, editor and publisher. 

RECORD; Wednesdays; prohibition; 
ten pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
August, 1907; H.A.Norton, editor and pub- 
lisher (10-7 P). 

BUTLER, c. h., Choctaw Co. p 178 
pop., near W. bank of Tombigbee r. and 
 30 m. S. E. of Meridian, Miss. Agriculture. 

CHOCTAW ADVOCATE; Wednes 
days; democratic; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1892; W. L. Gray, 

-^ tar and publisher. 

~ — h- Wilcox Co. P 478t 
" W. of 



ALABAMA. 



CARBONHILL, Walker Co. \h 830 
pop., on St. Louis and Sau Francisco Rd., 
15 m. N.W. of Jasper. Agriculture. 

ENTERPRISE - DEMOCRAT; 

Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 173^x22; 
subscription $1; established October, 1893; 
I. W. Young, editor and publisher (8—6). 

CARROLLTON, c.h., Pickens Co.u 
2T8t pop., about 30 m. S. E. of Columbus, 
Miss. Coal mines nearby. Cotton. 

RURAL SCHOOL EXPONENT; 

monthly (A A). 

CENTER, c. h., Cherokee Co. tf 282t 
pop., on Coosa r., 140 m. N. by E. of Mont- 
gomery, the State capital. Cotton and 
wheat. 

CHEROKEE HARMONIZER; 

Thursdays; eight pages 16x22; subscription 
$1; established 1893; Holder & Williams, 
editors and publishers. 
COOSA RIVER NEWS; Fridays; 

democratic; four to ten pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1; established 1878; Shropshire 
Bros,, editors and publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to fitrnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

CENTERVILLE, c. h., Bibb Co. n 

422+ pop., on Mobile & Ohio Rd., 45 m. S. E. 

of Selma. Farming. 

PRESS; Thursdays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1895; S. F. K 
L. H. Nunnele. editors and publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed : For the year 1902 and 1906 
this paper seemed to assert that it had an av- 
erage issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish stich definite information as would 
\va»-rant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

CITRONELLE, Mobile^ Co. p 696t 
pop., on Mobile & Ohio Rd., 32" m. N. of Mo- 
bile. Health resort. Farming. 
CALL; Fridays; independent; four pages 

20x36; subscription $1.50; established 1896; 

C. W. Thomas, editor and publisher (1—8). 

OliANTON, c. h., Chilton Co. D 611t 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 41 m. N. 
of Montgomery, the State capital. Lum- 
bering. 

BANNER; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1892; Frank Crichton, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: i,oSo in 1902 
\. 1,316 in 1905 

1,416 in 1907 
Thursdays; republican; eight 
^22; subscription $1; established 
Wallace C. Edler, editor and 
-7). 

printed: 1,249 in 1906 
1,413 in 1907 
\nouncement.— Official paper of 
\ty, also Farmers' Union. 

[, c. h.. Barbour Co. R 998t 

|il of Georgia Rd., 20 m. W. of 

S. E. of Montgomerj\ the 

\ertllizer manufactory. 

i'ridays; four pages 18x24; 
established 1897; L. H. & 
\aL.d publishers. 



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ALABAMA. 



CLIO, Barbour Co. O, 326t pop., on Cen- 
tral of Georgia Rd., 40 m. S. E. of Eufaula. 

FREE PRES8; semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays; Independent; four to eight 
pages iSx'^O; subscription $1; established 
May, 19()(); G. Ernest Jones, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—^). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

COFFEE SPRINGS, Geneva Co. O, 

on Central of Georgia Rd., about 12 m. N. of 

Geneva, the county seat. 

JOURNAL.; Fridays; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established January, VA>V; 
G. C. Jones and J. H. Jones, editors: Coffee 
Springs Publishing Co , publishers (1—8). 

COLLINSVILLE, De Kalh Co. ^ 

IQd pop., on Alabama Great Southern Rd., 

70 m. N. E. of Birmingham. Agriculture. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1903; W. E. Mosteller, editor and pub- 
lisher (1— 5P). 

COLUMBIA, Henry Co. P. 1,1321 pop., 

on Central of Georgia Rd., 20 m. S. of Fort 

Gaines, Ga. Agriculture. 

BREEZE; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages lbx2(J ; subscription $1; established 
1892; J. R. Whalen, editor and publisher. 

COLUMBIANA. 0. h., Shelby Co. a 
1,650 pop., on Southern and Louisville & 
Nashville Rds., about 70 m. N. by W, of 
Montgomery, the State capital. Shipping 
point for cotton and pig iron. 

PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE; Thursdays 

(▲▲). 

esENTlXEL.; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subfcriptlon $1; estab- 
lished 1875; J. A. MacKnlght, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

CULLMAN, c.h.,CMK7nan Co. b 1.265t 

pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd. Fruit, 

grapes, agriculture and manufacturing. 

DE3IOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
twelve pages 16x22; subscription 81; estab- 
lished June, 1901; J. R. Rosson, editor and 
publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,325 in 1902 
and 4,510 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but is credited with 
more than 4,000 in 1907. 

Publisher's announcement. — The Cullman 
Democrat is the best, largesr In matter, 
largest in circulation and influence of the 
county papers in Alabama. Goes to homes 
of 4.600 farmers. Send advertising. 
TRIBUNE; Fridays; eight pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1876; Hewlett 
Bros., editors and publishers (12— 4). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,388 in i8q6 and of 1,968 
in 1903, since which time it has not furnished 
a report, but was credited with printing more 
than 1,000 copies for the years 1906 
and 1907. 



ALABAMA. 



DADEVILLE, c. h.,Tallapoota Co.n- 
l,136t pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., t>6 m. 
N. E. of Montgomery, the State capital. 
Manufacture of wagons and buggies. 

SPOT CASH; Fridays; four pages 15x32; 
•iibscrlptlon 50 cents; established 1898; J.u. 
Nelson, editor and publisher. 

TAi.l^APOOSA COURIER; Thurs- 
days (A A). 

DAPHNE, Baldioin Co. D 549t pop., 

on E. shore of Mobile bay, 9 m S. E. 

of Mobile. A winter and summer health 

resort. Agriculture and lumbering. 

STANDARD; Fridays; Independent- 
democratic; elgtit pages 18x25; subscription 
tl; established March, 1901; Edward Qulncy 
Norton, editor and publisher (12—4). 

DECATUR, c.h. .Aforpan Co. b 5,114+ 

pop., at Junction of Southern and Louie- 

Tllle & Nashville Rds. and on Tennessee r. 

Saw and planing mills, foundries, machine 

shops, bridge and car-wheel works and Ice 

mantifactory. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 16x22; subscription $2; established 
1870 ; L. Hensley and Walter M. Grubbs, edi- 
tors and publishers. 

Copies printed : For the year 1S99 this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect, and has not since made any renewal 
of the claim. 

DEMOPOLIS, Marengo Co. p 2,606t 
pop., on Southern Rd., 50 m. W. of Selma. 
Saw. lumber and shingle mills; cotton 
presses, gins, and cottonseed oil; tannery, 
cooperage and fertilizer works; brick- 
yards and machine shops. Cotton ship- 
ping point. 
TI3IES ; Thursdays (A A). 

DOTH AN, Houston Co. R 9,000 pop., 
on Atlantic Coast Line, Central of Georgia 
and Abbeville Southern Rds., 120 m. S. E. 
of Montgomery, the State capital. Two 
cotton compresses, guano factories, chem- 
ical plant and cotton-seed oil mill. 

SIFTINGS; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 18S9; G. M. Shepard, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 1,907 in 1901, since which it 
has not furnished any definite and sat- 
isfactory report, but has been credited 
with more than 1,000 every year since, 
up to and including 1907. 

HOMKJOURNAL,; Wednesdays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 13x20; subscriition $1; 
established 1898; L. S, Deal, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed : This paper is credited 
with issuing more than 1,000 copies weekly 
for the year 1907. 

EACrLiE; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription 81; established 
July 4, 1903, as Houston Eagle; W. T. Hall, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 



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an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS, c.h., Winston 

Co. ^ l,143t pop. (of township), 15 m. N. K.of 
Lynn, the nearest station ou Birmingham, 
Sheffield St Tennegsee River Rd. Agricul- 
ture. 

NEW ERA; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24 ; Hubscriptlon $1 ; established 1899 ; 
B. J. Cowart. editor and publisher. 

EAST LAKE, Jefferton Co. a l,529t 
pop., suburb of Birmingham. 

HARVARD COLL.EGIAN; monthly 

(AA). 

EDWARDSVILLE, c. h., Cleburne 

Co. cT 398t pop., on Southern Rd., 27 m. E. 

of Anniston and 15 W. of Tallapoosa, Qa. 

Farming. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; eight pages 
13x20; Huoscriptlon $1; established Novem 
bar, 1905; A. J. Hurst, editor; Euterprise 
Publishing Co., publishers (1—6 P). 

ELBA, c. h., Coffee Co. U^ 636r pop., on 
Pea r., 30 m. S. of Troy and about 75 8. B. 
of Montgomery, the State capital. Farming. 

CLIPPER; Tuesdays and Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 12x22; subscription $1; 
established 1897; Powell* Carmlchael, edi- 
tors and publishers. 

Copies printed : For the years rgoi and 
1903 this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but 
failed to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a rating to 
that effect. It has not since made any re- 
newal of the claim. 

ENSLEY, «/^e/cr5(j?i (7o. D I'J.OOOt pop., 
on Louisville & Nashville and Southern 
Rds., 6 m. W. of Birmingham, the county 
seat. Coal, iron and steel. Farming. 

ENTERPRISE; Satur.lays; demo 
oratlc; eight pages 30x41; subscription Si; 
established 1898; L. P. Hill and E. S.Jones, 
editors; L. P. Hill, publisher 1 1—7). 

HERALD; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; suljsoription $1; estab 
llshed 1899; Carter «& Oawrtner, editors; 
Ensley Publishing Company, publishers. 

SUN; Thursdaj's; democratic; eight 
pages 15x21; subscription $1; Sun Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers (7—6 P). 

ENTERPRISE, C7ojf «« Co. P,610t pop. , 
on Southwestern Alabama Rd., 15 m.S. E. 
of Elba, the county seat. Cotton and corn. 

PEOPLE'S LEDGER; Thursdays 

(A A). 

EPES, Sumter Co. -a 331tpop., on Ala- 
bama Great Southern Rd. and Tombigbee 
r., 41 m. N. of Meridian. Cotton gins, oil 
mill and compress. 

SUMTER CO. CALL; Saturdays; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished December, 1905; J. R. Sanders, editor 
and publisher (1—6 P). 

EUFAULA, Barbour Co. Z\ 4,532t 
pop., on Central of Georgia Rd. and W. bank 
of Chattahoochee r., 80 m. E. S. E. of Mont- 



ALABAMA. 



gomery, the St^te capital, and 50 S. of Col- 
umbus, Ga. A cotton-shipping point and 
center of general trade. 
TIMES ; every morning except Monday, 

and TIMES AND NEWS, Thursdays; 

democratic; four pages— dally 18x24, weekly 

22x23; subscription— dally $5, weekly $1.26; 

established— dally 1883, weekly 1845; A. L. 

Mulr. editor and publisher. 

EITTAW, c. h., Greene Co. -a 8841 
pop., on Southern Rd., about 35 m. S. W. of 
Tuscaloosa. Cotton growing and stock 
raising. 

DEMOCRAT; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1879; Felix G. Steele, editor and 
publisher. 

WHIG AND OBSERVER; Thur* 
days; democratic; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1; established 1837; Mrs. Janie Du 
Bois Monroe Rutherford, editor; Oliver 
Rutherford, publisher. 

EVERGREEN, c. h., Conecuh Co. p 
2,200 pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 
81 m. S. S. W. of Montgomery, the State 
capital. Timber and farming. 

CONECUH RECORD; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1880; J. C. Whltcomb, editor 
and publisher. 

CO U RANT; Wednesdays: democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription fl; established 
1895; G. W. Salter, Jr., editor and publisher. 

FAIRHOPE, Baldwin Co. p 600 pop., 
on Mobile Bay, 15 m. 8. E. of Mobile. 

COURIER; weekly; single tax; eight 
pages 11x15; established 1894; E. B. Gaston, 
editor and publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: For the j^ear 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

FAYETTE, c. h., Fayette Co. tl *92t 
pop., on Southern Rd., 82 m. W. of Bir- 
mingham. 

BANNER; Thursdays; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established 1851; Simpson & 
Wood, editors and publishers. 

FLORAL A, Covington Co. P 800 pop., 
on Yellow River Rd., 22 m. S. E. of Anda- 
lusia. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 11x16; subscription $1; established 
1901; J. T. Mapoles, editor and publisher. 

FLORENCE, c. h., Lauderdale Co. ti 
6,478+ pop., on Southern and Louisville A; 
Nashville Rds. and Tennessee r. Iron fur- 
naces, wagon factory, cotton and saw mills 
and coal and Iron mines. Shipping point 
for the county and adjoining towns in Ten- 
nessee. 

HERALD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 16x22; subscription $1 ; established 1886; 
H. E. Mooers, editor and publisher (1—6). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,948 in 1902 and of 1,951 
in 1903, since which time it has not furnished 
a satisfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for 
the years 1906 and 1907. 

TIMES; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x33; subscription $1; established 



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1890; M. W. Camper, editor and publisher 

(1—7). 

Copies printed: 2,036 in 1902 
2,454 in 1906 
2,442 in 1907 

FORT DEPOSIT, Lowndes Co. g 
1.091+ pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd..l8 
m. S. of HaynevlUe, the county seat, and 
32 S. of Montgomery, the State capital. 
Trade center. 

VINDICATOR; Thursdays (A A). 

METHODIST PROTESTANT 
TELEPHONE; semimonthly; eight 
pages 11x16; subscription $1; established 
1S'J6; J. T. Howell, editor and publisher(A A). 

FORT PAYNE, c. h., Dekalb Co. q- 

1,037+ pop., on Queen & Crescent Route Rd. 
9i m. N. E. of Birmingham and 51 8. by 
S. W. of Chattanooga, Tenn. Rolling, saw 
and planing mills, ftre-clay works and iron 
furnace. Coal and iron mining. 

DEKALB RECORD} Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 17x24; subscription 
$i; established 1903; Claris Yeueil, editor; 
S. L. Pruett, publisher (1 — T). 

JOURNAL; Wednesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1878; Thomas H. Smith, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,094 for the j'ear 1902, 
but has not since made claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. ^_ 

FRUITDALE, Washington Co. p on 
Mobile & Ohio Rd., 27 m. S. S. E. of Waynes- 
boro, Miss. Fruit raising and farming. 

H E R A Li D ; Wednesdays ; four pages 
18x22; subscription $1; established 1896; W. 
S. Gilmer, editor and publisher. 

GABSDEN, c. h., Etowah Co. [1^4,2821 
pop., on Southern, Nashville, Chattanooga 
& St. Louis, Louisville & Nashville, Chatta- 
nooga Southern and Queen & Crescent 
Route Rds. and Coosa r. Cotton and lumber 
mills and general manufacturing. Iron 
and ooai fields. Cotton and grain. 

EVENING JOURNAL,; every even 
Ing except Sunday, ana PEOPLE'S 

VOICE, Thursdays; daily four, weekly 
six pages 15x22; subscription— dally $5, 
weekly $1; established 1900; W. S. Griffith, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: 2,463 in 1907 

TIMES-NEWS; every evening except 
Sunday, and SEMI- WEEI^L Y, Tuesdays 
and Fridays; democratic; four pages 17x24; 
subscription— daily $3, semi-weekly $1; es- 
tablished- Timef 1867, AVu'«1881; Times-News 
Printing Co., editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
the daily edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating _ to that effect. 

Semi-weekly: An average issue of 
3,017 in 1897 and 3,765 in 1898, since 
which no definite and satisfactory re- 
port has been received, but was credit- 
ed with more than 1,000 in 1902 and 
1907. 



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GENEVA, c. h., Geneva Co. q, l,032t 
pop., on Choctawhatchie r., 31 m. S. of 
Elba. Naval stores manufacturing. Tim- 
ber and cotton raising. 

REAPER; Thursdays; democratic; four 
to eight pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished July, 1901 ; Ed. M. Johnson, editor and 
publisher (6 — 5). 

Copies printed : For the year 1902 this pa- 
per seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 eopies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. It has not since made any renewal 
of the claim. 

GIRARD. 

CHATTAHOOCHE WORKMAN; 

Saturdays; democratic; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1 ; established 1902; C. K. Stout, 
editor and publisher (10—5 P) ( A A). 

GREENSBORO, c. h.. Hale Co. -a 
2,416+ pop., on Southern Rd. Carriage fac- 
tories. Seat of Southern University. Cotton 
growing. 

ALABAMA BEACON; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1.50; established 1835; H. G. Benners. editor 
and publisher . 

RECORD; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished October, 1902; Lee M. Otto, editor; 
Greensboro Record Co.. ixiblishers (1—8). 

WATCHMAN; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; 
established 1877; Wm. E. W. Yerby. editor 
and publisher. 

REVIEW AND BULLETIN OF 
THE SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY; 
monthly (A A). 

GREENVILLE, c. h., Butler Co. Q 
5,500 pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 4S 
m. S. W. of Montg'omery, the State capital. 
Cedar manufactories, saw mills and cotton 
gins. Cotton trade center. 

ADVOCATE; Wednesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1865; James B. Stanley, editor and pub- 
lisher (2—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,680 in 1896, of 1,600 in 
1898, since which time it has not furnished a 
satisfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for the 
years 1906 and 1907. 

LIVING TRUTH ; Fridays;democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1890; Abe Lehman, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—5). 

_ Copies printed : No satisfactory circula- 
tion statement was ever obtained from this 
paper, but from such reports as came to hand 
it has been credited with issuing more than 
1,000 copies weekly every year since iqoo. 

GROVEHILIi, c. h., Clarke Co. JJ 
2,859+ pop. (of township), 84 m. N. by E. of 
Mobile and 18 N. E. of Jackson. Agricult- 
ure and stock raising. 

CLARKE CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs 
days; democratic: four pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1; established 1856; Isaac Grant, 
editor and publisher. 

GUNTERSVIIiLE, c. h., Marshall 

Co. \J2 471 pop., on Nashville, Chattanooga 
& St. Louis Rd. and S. bank of Tennessee 
r., 1 m. from landing and about 33 S. E. of 
Huntsvllle. Cotton-shipping point, 
DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic: 



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four pages 20x26; subscription $1; established 
1880; C. G. Fennell, editor and publislier. 

Copies printed : This paper asserted in 
1900 that its issue hac* not fallen below 1,056 
copies in five years, but no satisfactory state- 
ment has since been received that would 
warrant giving it credit for issaing so many 
as i,ooo copies. 

GTJRLEY, Madison Co. [j 831t pop., 

on Southern Rd.. 18 m. S. E. of Huntsville, 

the county seat. Cotton, corn and wheat. 

liERAJjD ; Thursdays; democratic: four 
paues 15x22: subscription $1; established 1894; 
George T. Shelley, editor and publisher ( 1— 8 ). 

HAMILTON, c.h., Marion Co. tl235t 
pop., 8i» m. N. W. of Birmingham and 10 of 
Guin, the nearest railroad station, on Kan- 
sas City, Memphis & Birmingham Rd. 
Corn, cotton and potatoes. 

MARION CO. NEWS; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1887; G. J. Wilson, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed : For the year 1902 this pa- 
per seemed to asseit that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. It has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

HANGEVILLE, Blount Co. ^ 750t 

pop. (of township), on Louisville & Nashville 

Rd. Farming and coal mining. 

HUSTLER: Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab 
lisbed 189U; Mrs. Julia H. Gillespie, editorand 
publisher. 

HARTFORD, Geneva Co. 0,3821 

pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 22 m. from 

Dothan. 

TIMES-HERALD; •eml-weekly, Wed 
neadays and Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 190<»; 
James E. McCanto, editor and publisher 

(1-8). 

HARTSEIiLS, Morgan Co. i 670t 

pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 13 m. S. 

of Decatur and 74 N. of Birmingham. Grist 

and saw mills, lumber and marble yards, 

oil and gas wells. 

ALABAMA ENQUIRER; Thursdays; 
democratic: four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1; established 1887; Symonds, Bolder & 
Early, editors and publishers. 

HAYNEVILIiE, c. h., Lowndes Co. g 

2,283+pop.(of township), 20 m. S.W. of Mont- 
gomery, the State capital. Wagon factory 
and grist mill. Cotton growing and farming. 

CITIZEN-EXAMINER; Thursdays; 
Independent-democratic; four pages 20x24; 
subscription $1.50; established 1896; Mrs. W. 
M. Garret, Jr., editor and publisher. 

HEADLAND, ffenry Co. q, 602t pop., 

on Abbeville Southern Rd., 16 m. S. W. of 

Abbeville, the county seat. Agriculture, 

fertilizer factories and manufacture of 

naval stores. 

POST; Thursdays; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1; established September, 1902; 
W. F. Covington, editor and publisher (9— 5). 



ALABAMA. 



H'ETLil'S, C.h., Cleburne Co. cf 815 
pop., on Southern Rd., 7 m. S. of Edwards- 
ville. Shipping point for lumber, char- 
coal -and cotton. Farming and gold mining. 

CLEBURNE NEW ERA; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 16x22; subset iption 
$1; established ISHU; Turner & Black, editors 
and publishers (1 — 3). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

HUNTSVILLE, c. h., Madison Co. t\ 
8,06St pop., on Meuipliis & Charleston and 
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Rds., 
96 m. W. S. W. of Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Foundrj% saw mill, cotton and flour mills 
and manufactories of sashes and blinds. 
Farming, stock raising and cotton growing. 

EVENING BANNEK; every evening 
except Sunday; democratic; four pages 
15x22; subscription $4.sii; established iy06; 
Banner Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers (1—7 P). 

EVENING TRIBUNE; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKI^Y, Wednes- 
days; republican; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription — daily $5, weekly 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1»94; Chas. P. Lane, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

Copies printed : For the year 1900 the 
weekl^r edition of this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 1,000 
copies, but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accordance 
of a rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

31ERCURV; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
democratic; daily six to ten, weekly eight to 
ten pages 15x22; subscription — daily $6, 
weekly $1; established — dailv 1885, weekly 
1816; R. L. O'Neal, editor; Mercury Publish- 
ing- Co., publishers (1 — 7). 

Copies printed: Xo definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from either edition of this paper, but 
the daily edition had credit for ex- 
ceeding 1,000, and the weekly 2,250, 
in 1907. 

DEMOCRAT; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 20x26; established 1867; 
Virginia and Susanna Clay, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

HERALD; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription M cents; estab- 
lislied January, 1906: Herald Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers.d— 6 P)( A A). 

JOURNAL; Tliursdays; negro; masonic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $l;estabii.=hed 
1895; H. C. Binford & Sons, editors and pub- 
llsherp (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,000 in 1907 

J AC'KSO'S, Clarke Co. p 2,500 pop., 
on Southern Rd. and Tomblgbee r., 61 m. 
N. of Mobile. Seat of State Agricultural 
College. Lumber manufacturing, farm- 
ing and mineral springs. 

SOUTH AliABAMIAN; Saturdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1887; Eugene L. Colley, editor 
and publisher (2—8). 

JACKSONVILLE, c. h., Calhoun 
Co. cf 1,176+ pop., on Southern Rd., 145 m. 



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N. E. of Selma and 51 S. W. of Rome, Ga. 

Seat of Calhoun College. Farming and 

summer resort. 

RECORD: Fridaj's; democratic; eight 
pages 12J^xl9; subscription $1; established 
February, 19u6; Walter J. Clark, editor: Clark 
Publishing Co., publishers (1— S). 

JASPER, c. h., Walker Co. ^ 2,600 
pop., on Kansas City, 3Iemphis & Birming- 
ham and North Alabama Rds., 41 m. W. of 
Birmingham. Agriculture, cotton growing, 
lumber and coal mining. 

MOUNTAIN EAGl.E; Wednesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 17x24; subscription 
$1; established 1872; W.R.Richardson, ed- 
itor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed : No satisfactory circula- 
tion statement was ever obtained from this 
paper, but from such reports as came to hand 
tor the year 1902 it was credited with issuing 
more than 1,000 regularly for that year, and 
the same rating has been continued ever 
since . 

WALKER CO. NEWS; Thursdays 
(A A). 

LAFAYETTE, c.h., Chambers Co. d- 

1,629+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 18 m. 
N. of Opelika and 84 E. N. E. of Montgom- 
ery, the State capital. Cotton market. 

SUN; Wednesdays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20: subscription $1 ; established 1880; 
Sam H. Oliver, editor and publisher (1— 3)> 

Copies printed : In 1902, not less than 1,600 
of any issue. Has been credited with more 
than 1,000 ever since. 

LEIGHTON, Colbert Co.tl 506t pop., 

on .Memphis & Charleston Rd., 10 m. E. of 

Tuscumbia, the county seat. Agriculture. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; four pages 
15x22; subscription $1 ; established 1890; F.N. 
McCormack, editor and publisher. 

lilNDEN, Marengo Co. p on Louis- 
ville & Nashville Rd., 17 m. S. of Demopolis. 
Cotton raising. 

MARENGO DEMOCRAT;Thur8dayg; 

democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$L; established 1892; Lamar Matkin, editor 
and publisher(l— 8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

lilNEVILLE, Clay Co. a- 211t pop., 

30 m. E. of Talladega. Cotton. 

HEADLIGHT: Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 15x23; subscription (1; estab- 
lished April, 1904; J. R. Stodghlll, editor 
and publisher (1—5). 

LIVINGSTON, c. h., Sumter Co. -a 
851+ pop., on Queen & Crescent Route Rd., 
87 m.N.E. of Meridian, Miss., and 80 W. of 
Selma. Seat of Alabama Normal College 
for girls. Health resort, having mineral 
waters. Agriculture. 

OUR SOUTHERN HOME; Wednes 
days; democratic; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1.50; established July, 1865; W. H- 
Lawrence, editor and publisher (1—8). 

8U31TER CO. SUN; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1.25; 
established March, 1889; C. H. Allen, editor 
and publisher. 



ALABAMA. 



LUVERNE, C.h., Crenshaw Co. p 731t 
pop., on Plant System Rd., 45 m. S. of 
Montgomery, the State capital. Cotton 
compress, cotton -oil mill and fertilizer 
factory. 

CRENSHAW CO. CRITIC; Thurs- 
days; Independent democratic; eight pages 
11x171^; subscription $1; established July, 
1902; H. Y. Brooke, editor and publisher 
(6— 5) (A A). 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; democratic; 
elglit pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1894; J. 0. McLendon, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MARION, c. h., Perrv Co. D l,698t 
pop., on Southern Rd., 30 m. N. W. of Selma. 
Cotton section; several educational Institu- 
tions. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays (A A). 
STANDARD; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 20x26; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1878; Charles H. Greer, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,774 '^^ 1907 

MOBILE, c. h.. Mobile Co. p 69,870 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville, Mobile ft 
Ohio, Southern, Mobile & Bay Shore and 
Mobile, Jackson & Kansas City Rds. and 
W. bank of Mobile r., near Its entrance Into 
Mobile, bay. Steamships to Florida and 
Cuba, Central America. Panama, Mexico 
and European ports, to various points, on 
the Alabama, Tomblgbee and Black War- 
rior rs. and to New Orleans. Foreign and 
domestic commerce and manufactures. 
Third cotton market In the United States. 
Trades also In coffee, timber, lumber, coal 
sisal and naval supplies. 

HERALD; every evening except Satur- 
day, and Sunday morning; daily eight to 
twelve, Sunday twenty to thlrtj'-two pages 
17x24; subscription $5; established 1893; Mo- 
bile Herald Publishing Co., Inc., publishers 

Copies printed: Believed to exceed 
2,250 daily since 1903. No satisfactory 
circulation statement has come from 
this paper. 

ITEM ; every evening exc€ pt Sunday, and 
Sunday morning; Independent; dally eight 
to ten, Sunday sixteen to twenty-four pages 
18x24; subscription $5; established 1897; J. F. 
Cothran, editor; Item Publishing Company, 
publishers (1 — 1). 

Copies printed : Believed to exceed 2,250 
daily sinx:e 1903, but no satisfactory circula- 
tion statement ever came from this office. 

REGISTER ; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 1754x24; subscription — daily $7.80, 
weekly $1; established 1821; The Register 
Co., editors and publishers (1—5). 

Copies printed: 4,677 in 1897 

7,711 ill 1907 

Sunday, 9>875 in 1907 

To the daily edition of this paper Rowell's 
American Newspaper Directory accords the 
so-called gold marks (0©), the meaning of 
which is set forth as follows : 

(© ©) Advertisers value this paper m«re for 
the class and quality of its circulation than for 
the mere number of copies printed. [Among 
the old chemists gold was symbolically repre- 
sented by the sign©. — IVe^sier's Dictionary . 

ALABAMA STAATS - ZEITUNG; 
Thursdays; democratic; twelve pages 15x22; 



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ALABAMA. 



BUbacrlptlon $2; egtablished 1893; Emll A. 
Brunnler, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed : For the year 1903 this pa- 
per seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. It has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

BAPTIST L-EADERj Saturdays 
(▲A) 

FARM AND FLORAL WORLD: 
Saturdays (A A). 

<JULF COAST RECORD; Saturdays; 
lumber; twenty-four pages 6^x9}4; sub- 
scription $4; established 1899; Gulf Coast 
Record, editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a- rating to that effect. 

PRESS; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 16x22; sutjscriptlon $1.60; established 
1894; A. N. Johnson, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

SENTINEL I Fridays; fraternal, labor; 
four pages 15x22; subscription 5U cents; es- 
tablished August, 1905; John Martin, editor 
and publisher (8—5 P) (A A). 

SOUTHERN COIU.MKRCIAL AND 
INDUSTRIAL RECORD; Saturdays 
(A A). 

UNIONIST; Fridays; labor; eight 

ftages 15x22; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
Ished January. 1902; Unionist Publishing 
and Printing (Jompany, editors and publish- 
ers (6— S P) 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,653 in 1903, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with printing more than 1,000 copies 
for the years iqo6 and 1907. 

MOBILE MEDICAL ANDSURGI- 
CAIi JOURNAli; monthly; nieaical and 
surgical; sixty five pages ej^xQJ^; subscrip 
tlon $2; established January, 1902: E. L. 
Marechal, editor; Journal Publishing Co., 
publishers (12—4). 

Copies printed: In 1903, average 2,250 
monthly. For 1904 a higher rating was asked 
for and accorded, but without a satisfactory 
statement to warrant it. In igo6 a rating ex- 
ceeding 2,250 was accorded without receiving 
any report. 

MONROE VILLE, c. li., Monroe Co. 

P 422+ pop., on Alabama r., about 85 m. N. 

N. E. of Mobile and 90 S. of Selma. Cotton 

raising. 

MONROE JOURNAL; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1 ; established 1867; Q. Salter, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MONTGOMERY, c. h., Montgomery 
Co. 9 State Capital, 30.846+ pop., on At- 
lantic Coast Line. Central of Georgia. Louis- 
ville & Nashville, Seaboard Air Line. Mo- 
bile & Ohio and Western of Alabama Rds 
and left bank of Alabama r. Steamboats to 
Mobile 400 m., and Intermediate points. Ma 
chine shops, cotton factories and compres 
ses.oil mills, fertilizer factories, copper re- 
finery and Iron foundries. Ships large quan- 
tities of cotton. 

ADVERTISER; every morning ; demo- 
cratic; dally ten to fourteen, Sunday twenty 
eight to thirty-six pages 15x22; eubscrlptlon 
—dally $7.80, Sunday $2; established 1828; W, 



W. Screws and F. P. Glass, editors; The 
Advertiser Company, publishers (1—7). 
Copies printed: daily, 5,700 in 1895 

12,769 in 1905 
13,445 in 1906 
14,937 in 1907 
Sunday, 21,838 in 1907 
To the daily edition of this paper Rowell's 
American Newspaper Directory accords the so- 
called gold marks (© ©1. the meaning of which 
is set forth as follows : 

(0 ©) Advertisers value this paper more for 
the class and quality of its circulation than for 
the mere number oi copies printed. [Among 
the old chemists gold was symbolically repre- 
sented by the sign ©. — Webster^ s Dictionary^ 
Publishar's announcement.— The Montgom- 
ery Advertiser. "Alabama's Only Metro- 
politan Newspaper," leads all Slate con- 
temporaries in the volume of local and 
foreign advertising printed, in face of the 
fact that its local and foreign rates are 
higher than any other Alabama newspaper. 
Particularly is the Advertiser's lead pro- 
nounced InEdueational, Banking and sim- 
ilar lilghclass advertising, demonstrating 
the paper's prestige, influence and widely- 
diffused circulation. One of the very few 
Southern newspapers that has an absolute 
Invariable rate card, and the only Alabama 
newspaper that permitted an exhaustive 
examination by the Association of Ameri- 
can Advertisers, Montgomery, the home 
of the Advertiser, is the commercial, po- 
litical and social capital, as well as the 
geographical center of Alabama, and is the 
fastest growing citv in the South. 
EVENING TIIMES; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and ALABAMA TII^IES, 
Thursdays; democratic; ten pages 15x22; 
subscription — dally fS. weeklj' 25 cent.= : es- 
tablished 19l'3; AlVa Fltzpatrlck. editor; J. 
B. Stern, puhllslier (2— S). 

Copies printed; daily, 9,442 in 1907 
Weekly, 23,699 in 1907 
JOURNAL ; every evening except Sun- 
day; democratic; eight to sixteen pages 
17^x22; subscription $5; established 1888; 
Horace Hood, editor and publisher (1—5). 
Copies printed: 7,723 in 1903 
9,844 in 1906 
9,464 in 1907 
STATE; every evening except Sunday, 
and Sunday moniing (A A). 

ALA KAMA OUTLOOK; Saturdays; 
republican; twelve pages 15x22; subscription 
SI; established April, I9(t5; Ben de Lemos, 
editor; Alabama Outlook Company, pub- 
lishers (1—7). 

SOUTHERN ODD-FELLOW; semi- 
monthly (A A). 

ALABAMA FAR3IER; monthly; 
agriculture; twenty pages 9x12; subscrip- 
tion 25 cents; established September, 1905; 
Rolfe S. Saunders, editor; Alabama Farmer 
Company, publishers (10— 5 P) (A A). 

MOULTON, c. h., Lawrence Co. ^ 
290+ pop., 23 m. W. S. W. of Decatur and SS 
8. E. of Florence. Seat of Moulton Normal 
Institute. Timber and farming. 
ADVERTISER; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1828; J. White & Son, editors 
and publishers (1 — 8 J. 

Copies printed: 1,209 '^^ ^9°7- 

NEW DECATUR, Morgan Co. b 
on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 87 m. N. of 
Birmingham. Tanneries, spoke and handle 
factories, sash and door factories. 
BUIiLETIN ; every evening except Sun- 
day (A A). 

MORtwAN CO. TIMES; semi weekly, 
Tueidaj s and Fridays (A A). 



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ADVERTISER; Frldayg; eight pagei 
19x25; subscription $1.50; establlahed 1899; C. 
J. Hlldreth, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,138 for the year 1903, but 
has not since made definite and satis- 
factory claim to issuing so many as 
1. 000 copies. 

TWIN CITY RECORD; Fridays; four 
pages 16x23; subscription $1; established 
October, 1901; T. A. Frlerson, editor and 
publisher. 

NORMAL., Madison Co. [^ 412 pop., 

on Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Rd., 

about 9 m. N. E. of Huntsvllle, the county 

seat. 

INDEX; weekly (A A). 

NORTHPORT, Tuscaloota Co. -D 
800 pop., on N. bank of Black Warrior r. 
and 1 m. N. of Tuscaloosa, the county seat. 
Slat and lumber mills, cotton press and 
gins, fertilizer factory. Cotton shipping 
point. 

WEST AL.ABAMA BREEZEt 

Wednesdays; democratic; eight pages ]5xi!2; 
subscription $1; established 1889; John T. 
Bealle. editor and publisher (1— 8j. 
Copies printed: 1,449 in 1907 

ONEONTA, c. h., Blount Co. b 588t 

pop., on LoulsTllle & Nashville Rd., 87 m. 

N. E. of Birmingham. Timber, agriculture 

and mining. 

SOUTHERN DEMOCRAT; Thurs 
days; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scriptions!; established 1894; F. G. Stephens, 
editor and publisher (5—3). 

OPELIKA, c. h., Lee Co. i:>7,U00 pop., 
on Central of Georgia and Western of Ala- 
bama Rds., «8 m. E. of Montgomery, the 
State capital, and 29 W. of Columbus, Ga. 
Chair, sash and blind, cotton and guano 
factories. Grain and cotton. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
democratic; four to eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $2; established 18S9; WearA Wilson, 
editors and publishers (2— 8). 

Copies printed: Xo definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 every year, up to and 
including 1907. 

POST; Fridays; democratic; eight to 
twelve pages 16x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1894; W. S. Hyatt, editor; Wallace B. 
Salter, publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed : In 1901 said to have ex- 
ceeded 1,500 every issue. A rating of exceeding 
1,000 copies average has been accorded since, 
although no satisfactory statement to sustain 
it has come to hand. 

OZARK, c. h., Dale Co. R l,570t pop., 
©n Plant System and Southwestern Rds., 
about 60 m. S. W. of Eufaula. Grist mills, 
cotton gins and carriage, guano and cigar 
factories. 

DALE CO NEWS; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; subscription $1; W. H. 
Simmons, editor and publisher (A A). 

SOUTHERN STAR; Wednesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1867; Joseph H.Adams, editor 
and publisher. 

Copies printed : No satisfactory circulation 
statement was ever rceived from this paper. 



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but in 1 899 it had credit for an average issue 
of more than 1,000 copies, and claimed as 
much in 1903, but failed to furnish satisfactory 
evidence to that effect. 
TRIBUNE; Tuesdays (A A). 

PELL CITY, c. h., St. aatr Co. b 

8U0 pop , on Birmingham & Atlantic and 

Southern Rds., 35 m. from Birmingham. 

Coal, iron, timber, agriculture, dairying 

and live stock. 

ST.CL.AIR HERALD; Wednesdays; 
independent; four pages 1:^x20; subscription 
75 cents; established January, 1902; Bays D. 
Cather, editor and publisher. 

PIEDMONT, Calhoun Co. cf l,745t 
pop., on Southern and Seaboard Air Line 
Rds., 21 m. N. E. of Anniston. 
JOURNAL; Saturdays (A A). 

PINE APPLE, Wilcox Co. u 623t 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd.,20 m. 
N. E. of Camden. 
NEWS; Wednesdays (A A). 

PRATTVILLE,c.h.,^ufa«<7a Co. u 

1,929+ pop., on Louisville & Nashville and 

Mobile & Ohio Rds., 15 m. N. W. of Mont- 

gomerj', the State capital. Manufactures 

cotton and woolen goods and sashes and 

blinds. 

PROGRESS; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 18^6; H. Q. Ruffln, editor; Progress 
Printing Company, publishers. 

ROANOKE, liandolph Co. d- l.SOOt 

pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 40 m. N. of 

Opelika and 85 N. E. of Montgomery, the 

State capital. Has a college for males and 

females. 

LEADER I Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; established 
September, 1892; O. H. Stevenson, editor and 
publisher. 

ROCKFORD,c.li., Coosa Co. n L904 
pop. (of township), 40 m. N. E. of Montgom- 
ery, the State capital. Cotton, corn, pota- 
toes, peas, millet, timber and minerals. 

COOSA ARGUS: Fridays; democratic; 
four pages lfx22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1900; J. W. Brooks, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

RUSSELL VILLE, c. h.. Franklin 

Co. "□ 1,602+ pop., on North Alabama Rd., 
18 m. S. of Tuscumbia. Farming and mining. 

FRANKLIN TIMES; Fridays; demo- 
cratic: eight pages 15x22; .subscription $1; 
established 1S8-I; J. C. Norwood, editor and 
publisher (1—7). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 and 1906 
this paper seemed to assert that it had an aver- 
age issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that effect. 

SAINT STEPHENS, c. h.. Wash- 

ington Co. P 1,506+ pop. (of township), on 
Mobile & Birmingham Rd. and W.bank of 
Tomblgbee r., 65 m. (100 by water) N. of Mo- 
bile. Farming. 

WASHINGTON CO. NEWS ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages 16x82 ; sub- 
scription $1; established 1892; W. A. Mose- 
ley, editor and publisher. 



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SAMSON, Geneva Co. E, on Central 
of Georgia Rd. 
LEDGER; Thursdays (A A). 

SGOTTSBORO, c. h., Jackson Co. □' 
1,014+ pop., on Southern Rd., 42 m. E. of 
Huntsville and about 5 W. of Tennessee r. 
Coal and iron mining, lumbering and agri- 
culture. 

CITIZEN ; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.00; established 
1877; James Armstrong, editor and publisher 
(6-5). 

JACKSON UNION NEWS; Wednes 
days (A A ). 

PROGRESSIVE AGE: Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1887; Age Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publisliers (1—5). 

Copies printed: The highest circula- 
tion ratings ever accorded this paper 
v/ere 2,549 for the year 1900, and 
2,540 for the year 1902, and 2,450 for 
the year 1904. In 1906 and 1907 it 
was credited, without a satisfactory re- 
port,' with issuing more than 2,250 
copies regularly. 

SEALE, c. h., Russell Co. □, 3861 pop., 
on Central of Georgia Rd., 20 m, S. W. of 
Columbus, Ga. Several saw mills. Grain 
and cotton. 
RUSSELL REGISTER; Saturdays; 

democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 

$1; established 1883; Tucker & Chad wick, 

editors and publishers. 

SELMA, c. h., Dallas Co. g 14,396 
pop., on Birmingham, Selma & New Or- 
leans, Southern, Louisville & Nashville, 
Mobile & Birmingham and Western of 
Alabama Rds. and on N. bank of Ala- 
bama r., 300 m. from its mouth, 100 S. of 
BirmiDgham. Steamers to Mobile. Cot- 
ton factories, iron works, steam planing 
mill, manufactures of car wheels, oil and 
ice. Center of trade in cotton, lumber 
iron and coal. 

JOURNAL; every evening except Sat- 
urday and Sunday, and Sunday morning; 
democratic; eight pages 20x2ti; subscription 
$6; established 1890; F. S. Kineey. editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

MORNING TIMES; every morning, 
and WEEKLY. Tuesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription — daily $6, 
weekly $1; established 1825; R. E. L. Nlel, 
editor and publisher (1—3). 

MIRROR; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1887; H. B. Kineey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PEOPLE'S OBSERVER; Saturdays 
(A A). 

MISSIONARY SEARCH-LIGHT; 
semi-monthly ( A A). 

SHEFFIELD, Colbert Co. b 3,333t 
pop., on Memphis & Charleston, North Ala- 
bama and Louisville & Nashville Rds. 
Manufacturing center. 
TRI-CITY D A ILY' ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; democratic: four pages 15x22; 
subscription $5; established May, 1907; Will 
A. Steldley. editor; Steidley & Hansbrough, 
publishers (10—7 P). 

REAPER; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 



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lished May, 1905; M. S. Hansbrough, editor 
and publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

STANDARD; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1894; E. M. Ragland, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SLiOCOMB, Geneva Co. g on Central 
of Georgia Rd., 15 m. W. of Dothan. 
NEWS; Thursdays; four pages 15x23; 

subscription $1; established November, 1905; 

J. R. Griffith, editor and publisher (1—6 P). 

SPRINGVILLE, St. Clair Co. ti 496 r 
pop., on Queen & Crescent Route Rd., 15 m. 
S. W. of Ashville, the county seat. Farming. 
ITEM ; Thursdays; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established August, 1901; B. B. 
Cather, editor and publisher (6— 5). 

STEVENSON, Jackson Co. cT 560t 
pop., on Southern and Nashville, Chatta- 
nooga & St. Louis Rds., 38 m. W. S. W. of 
Chattanooga, Tenn. Grist mills, cotton 
gins and brick-yard. Agriculture. 
C H RO N IC LE ; Wednesdays ;democratlc ; 
eight pages 14x22; subscription $1 ; established 
1887; Vaught & Gregory, editors and publish- 
ers (4—3). 

TALLADEGA, c. h., TalladegaCo. n 
5,0)6 pop., on Birmingham & Atlantic, 
Southern and Louisville & Nashville Rds., 
41 m. E. of Birmingham and 41 S. of Gads- 
den. Seat of State Institution for the Deaf, 
Dumb and Blind. Iron furnaces. Cotton 
mills, chemical and fertilizer works. 
OUR MOUNTAIN HOME; Wednes 
days; democratic; eight to sixteen pages 
13J^x20; subscription $1; established 1867; J. 
C. Williams, editor and publisher (1—4). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 2,109 i" i903< of 2,106 in 
1904, since which time it has not furnished a 
report, but was credited with printing more 
than 1,000 copies for the vear 1907. 

REPORTER; Saturtiays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22: subscription $1; 
established 1843; E. L. C. Ward, editor and 
Diiblisher (1 — 8). 

Copies printed : This paper has on more 
than one occasion indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly, but such definite information as 
would warrant such a rating has never been 
forthcoming. 

TALLASSEE, Elmore Co. D 4,178t 
pop. (of township), on Tallassee & Mont- 
gomery Rd., 28 m. N. E. of Montgomery, 
the State capital. Corn, cotton, potatoes 
and vegetables. 

TRI-COUNTY' WEEKLY; Satur- 
days; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1900; James B. 
Lvon, editor; Tallahassee Falls Printing Co., 
publishers (8—5). 

THOMASVILLE, Clarke Co. p 686t 
pop., on Mobile & Birmingham Rd., 15 m. 
N. of Grovehill, the county seat. Saw mills, 
cotton gins, brick-yards. Cotton. Farming. 
ECHO; Thursdays; independent demo- 
crat; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1900; A. B. Tucker, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TROY, c. h.. Pike Co. O^ 4,097t pop., 
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Rds., 51 m. S. by E. of Moutgomery, the 

Stale capital. Center of cotton trade. 

MESSENGER; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, "Wednesdays; 
democratic; dally four pages 13x2<), weekly 
twelve pages 13x20 ; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $1; established— daily 1892, weekly 
1866; Sidney H. Blan, editor; W. J. & S. H. 
Blan, publishers. 

Copies printed : The weekly edition of 
this paper has on more than one occasion in- 
dicated a desire to have credit for issuing 
more than a thousand copies regularly, but 
such definite information as would warrant 
such a rating has never been forthcoming. 

H E K- A Ij D ; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
ished July, 1904; C. A. Baker, editor; T 
H. Brown, publisher (1—5). 

TUNNEL. SPRINGS, Monroe Co. p 
1,962+ pop. (of township)— local estimate 
2.000— on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 64 m. 
S. of Selma. Agriculture. 
EAGLiE; semi-monthly; four pages 10x13; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1888: A. R. 
Davison, editor and publisher (1 — 7). 

Copies printed : For the year 1899 ^^'^ 1906 
this paper seemed to assert that it had an av- 
erage issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

TITSCAL.OOSA, c. h., Tuscaloosa Co. 
-a 5,094+ pop., on Queen & Crescent Route 
and Mobile & Ohio Rds. and Black Warrior 
r., at head of steamboat navigation, 55 m. 
S. W. of Birmingham. The State Univer- 
sity and other educational institutions lo- 
cated here. Coal, Iron and cotton. Rail- 
road and manufacturing center. 
TIMES-GAZETTE; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription—daily $5, weekly $1; established- 
daily 1888, weekly 1830; Times-Gazette Pub 
lishlng Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed : For the year 1902 this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies daily, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. It has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 
CRIMSON-WHITE; Tuesdays (A A). 

TUSCUMBIA, c. h.. Colbert Co. tl 
2,348+ pop., on Loulavllle & Nashville and 
Memphis & Charleston Rds., near Tennessee 
r., }^ m. S. of Sheffield and about 4 S. of 
Florence. Steamboats ascend the river to 
this point. Agriculture. 
DISPATCH; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1; established 
1896; Oscar G. Simpson, editor and publisher. 
NORTH AL,.4BAMIANj Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established October, 1901; Julian & Good 
loe, editors and publishers (1—7). 

AMERICAN STAR; biweekly. 
Fridays; four pages 15x23; subscription 76 
cents; established January, 1901; G. W. Tren- 
holm, editor and publisher. 

TUSKEGEE. c. h., Macon Co. P.2,170t 
pop., on Tuskegee Rd., 40 m. E. of Mont- 
KOmery, the State capital. Seatof sev- 
eral educational Institutions. Cottonseed 
oil mills. Cotton the chief product. 
NEWS I Thursdays; democratic; eight 

pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 1865; 

Cbarles W. Hare, editor and publisher (1—8). 
Copies printed : This paper had credit for 

average issues of 1,152 copies in 1902. Was 

credited with more than 1,000 on an unsatis- 



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factory statement in 1904, but has since made 
no definite and satisfactory claim to 
issuing so many. 

STUDENT; weekly during school year; 
negro; educational; four pages 9x14; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1884; Emmett 
J. Scott, editor; Tuskegee Normal and In- 
du.strlal Institute, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed : Rated as issuing more 
than I, GOO copies regularly, although no 
really satisfactory statement to sustain the 
claim appears to be on file. 

UNION SPRINGS, c. h., Bullock Co 
a, 2,634+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd. 
40 m. E. S. E. of Montgomery, the State cap 
ital, and 55 W. S. W. of Columbus, Ga. Cot- 
ton-seed oil mill, steam cotton gins and 
spoke and handle factories. 
BULLOCK CO. BREEZE; Tuesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 18x20; subscription 
$1; established March, 1902; John C. Law- 
rence, editor and publisher. 

HERALD ; Wednesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 1.5x22; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1866; Mills & Johnston, editors and 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

UNIONTOWN, Perry Co. D l,047t 
pop., on Southern Rd., %) m. E. by S. of 
Demopolis and 30 W. of Selma. Cotton th« 
chief product. Shipping point. 

CANEBRAKE HERALD; Thurs- 
days; democratic; eight pages 16x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1887; E. R. Bar- 
ker, editor; Lily Tayloe Land Co., publish- 
ers (6—5). 

VERNON, c. h., Lamar Co. ^ JQlf 
pop., 9 m. S. of Sulllgent, the nearest rail- 
road point, and about 30 N. N. E. of Colum- 
bus, Miss. Saw and grist mills. Agriculture. 
LAMAR DEMOCRAT; Wednesdaysi 

democratic; four pages 16x22; subscription 

75 cents; established 1896: C. S. McDougal, 

editor and publisher (6—5). 

'WARRIOR, Jejferson Co. a LOlSt 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., near 
Black Warrior r., 23 m. N. of Birmingham, 
the county seat. Coal mining. 
BREEZE; Fridays; democratic; four 

pages 16x23; subscription tl; establUhed 

1887; 8. A. Davidson, editor; E. O. Davidson, 

publisher. 

WEDOWEE, c. li., Randolph Co. n- 
3.50 pop., about 12 m. N. of Roanoke, nearest 
railroad station on Central of Georgia Rd. 
RANDOLPH STAR; Fridays (A A). 

WEST BLOCTON, Bibb Co. -a 4,000 
pop.; Blocton, nearest railroad station on 
Southern and Queen & Crescent Rds. 
BLOCTON ENTERPRISE; Thurs- 
days (A A). 

WETUMPKA, c. h., Elmore Co 
n 562+ pop., on Southern Rd. and Coosa r., 
13 m. N. E. of Montgomery, the State capi- 
tal. Seat of State Penitentiary. Cotton 
shipping. 

HERALD; Thursdays; sixpages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1895; H. R. Qol- 
son, editor and publisher (2—3). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,273 i^i 1901, of 1,501 in 
1902, since which time it has not furnished a 
report, but was credited with printing more 
than 1,000 copies for the year 1907. 



ALASKA. 



Population 63,592 1. Land Area 590,844 sq. miles. 

A territory of the United States, bounded north by the Arctic Ocean, east by 
the Northwest Territories of Canada, west and south by the Pacific Ocean and 
Behring's Sea and Strait. Capital city : Juneau. Principal products and indus- 
tries: Gold mining, fishing and fur. Number of newspapers and other peri- 
odicals (March 30, 1908), 23, divided as follows: Daily, 9; weekly, 13; montbly, 1. 



COUNCIL CITY, » m. N. E. of| 

Nome. 

NEWS; Saturdays; Independent; six to 
eight pages 9x12; subscription $10; estab- 
lished 1899; N. H. Ca»tle, editor; Castle & 
Moreno, publishers (12—5 P) (A A). 

DOUGLAS, 1,500 pop., on Gastinaux 

Channel, a branch of Stephen Passage, 

about 1,000 ni. from Seattle, Washington. 

Gold mining. 

ISLAND NEWS? Wednesdays; eight 
pages 13x2U; subscription t3; established 
1898; Charles A. Hopp, editor and publisher. 

FAIRBANKS, on Tanana r., has 
steamboat connection with Seattle and 
Tacoma, Wash., and St. Michael and Nome, 
Alaska; 100 m. S. E. of Tanana. 

NEWS I daily; independent; four pages 
18x24; 8ubscrIptio-n $24; established 1903; J.W. 
Ward, editor; News Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (2— 8). 

TI3IES; every morning except Monday, 
and WEERLiY, Saturdays (A A). 

JUNEAU, 2,600 pop., 60 m. N. of Sitka 
and 900 m. N.W. of Seattle. Mining, Ashing 
and lumbering. 

DISPATCH ; every evening except Sun- 
day; four to eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $8; egtablished 1899; Ed. C. Russell, edi- 
tor; Dispatch Publishing Co., publishers 
(9-5 P). 

Copies printed: For the years igo2 and iqo6 
this paper seemed to assert that it had an aver- 
age issue exceeding i ,ooo copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as would war- 
rant the accordance of a rating to that effect. 
It has not since made any renewal of the claim. 

RECOR D-I>I I NE R i every morning ex- 
cept Monday; four pages 161^ x22>^ ; subacrip- 
tion$7; established 1837; Walter S. Coutant, 
editor; Record-Miner Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (.1—6). 

ALASKA TRANSCRIPT; Satur- 
davs(A Al. 

ALASKA MONTHLY MAGA- 
ZINE; monthly; C^Hx9}4; subscription $2.50; 
established April. 1906; Q. W. Taylor, editor; 
Alaska Monthly Magazine Co. (Inc.), pub- 
lishers (11— 6 P) (A A). 

KETCHIKAN, 1. -29.5 pop. , 190 m. S.E. 

of Sitka. Mlniug and Ashing. 

JOURNAL? Saturdays; independent; 
four pa^es 13x20; subscription $3; estab- 
lished January, 1901; Walter A. Wyatt, edi- 
edltor and publisher (6— 5) (A A). 

3IININ« JOURNAL; Saturdays; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $3; established 
1900; Walter S. Coutant, editor and publisher 
(4-6 P) (A A). 

NOME, 500 pop. A raining camp on 

Norton Sound. Steamship line from San 

Francisco and Seattle, via St. Michael. 

GOLD DIGGER; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; in- 
dependent: four paeres 15x22; subscription 
$5; established 1899; S. H. Stevens, editor and 
publisher. 



NUGGET; every evening except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY NEWS; independent; 
daily four, weekly eight pages— daily 18x^4, 
weekly 15x22; subscription— dally $20 yearly, 
weekly $5 yearly; established— daily 1900, 
weekly 1S99; H. G. Steel, editor; Nome Co- 
operative Publishing Co.. publishers (6—6 P). 

SE'WARD, 1,500 pop., on Alaska 

Central Rd. and PaclAc Ocean, 1,250 m. N. 

W. of Seattle. Railroad shops, mining 

Ashing and lumbering. 

GATEWAY; every erening, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays; Independent; four 
pages 16x22; subscription— dally $12, weekly 
$3; established— daily August, 1905, weekly 
August. 1904; Gateway Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers (2— 8). 

SITKA, l,396t pop., on W. coast of 
BaranoPf Island, which Is densely timbered. 
Steamers to Seattle, Wash., and San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Has custom house, a Qreco- 
Russlan church, Indian training school and 
saw mills. Catching and curing of salmon 
Is extensively carried on. Marine barracks, 
station for revenue cutter and navy, with 
Government coal sheds, also call port for 
all Western steamers. 

ALASKAN; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 13x20; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1885; Alaskan Publishing Co , editors 
and publishers (6—6 P). 

SKAGWAY, 1,300 pop., at bead of 
Lynn Canal, about 100 m. N. of Juneau. 
Steamers to Seattle, Wash., and Portland, 
Ore. Supply station for Yukon and Klon- 
dike regions. 

ALASKAN ; dally except Monday; Inde- 
pendent; four pages 15x22; subscription $9; 
established 1S98; John W.Troy, editor; I. M. 
Jenson. publisher (5 — 6 P). 

Copies printed : For the years 1903 and 1906 
this paper seemed to assert that it had an aver- 
age issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as would war- 
rant the accordance of a rating to that effect 
It has not since made any renewal of the claim 

CABLEGRAM; Thursdays; republi 
can; four pages 13x20; subscription $2; e» 
tabllshed February, 1905; Cablegram Pub 
lishlng Company, editors and publishers 
(4—6 P)(AA). 

V A LD E Z, 1.600 pop. Steamer to 
Seattle. Supply station for gold mines. 

A LASK A PROS PECTOR ; every eve 

ning except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; Independent; daily four to six, 
weekly ^slx pages 11x18; subscription- 
daily §10, weekly $3; established— daily 1904, 
weekly 1902; W. H. Crary, editor; Prospector 
Publishing Co., publishers (2—8). 

WRANGELL, 1.000 pop., 115 m. E. 

of Sitka, the Territorial capital. Money 

Order Post-Office. 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; local; four 
pages 18x22; subscription $2; established 
November, 1903; A. V. R. Snyder, editor and 
publisher (1—5 P). 



ARIZONA. 

Population 122,931 1. Land Area 112,920 sq. miles. 

A territory of the United States, bounded north by Utah and Nevada, east 
by New Mexico, south by Mexico, and west by California and Nevada. Capital 
city : Phoenix. Principal industries: Sheep and cattle raising. Number of 
newspapers and other periodicals (March 30, 19081, 69, divided as follows: Daily, 
18; weekly, 4.5; semi-monthly. 1; monthly, 5. 

The cities and towns of over l.OO.J population, according to the United States 
census of 1900 (t), are as follows: 

Tucson 7,531+ Vum.i l,519t 

Plioeuix .5,544+ Globe l,495t 

Prescott 3,559+ Wiuslow l,305t 

Jerome ti,S61+ Flagstaff l,271t 

Nogales I,'/ 61t 



BENSON, Cochise Co. H 850 pop., on 

El Paso & Southwestern and Southern Pa- 
cific Rds. and Rio San Pedro r., 47 m. S. E. of 
Tucson. Agriculture and mining. 

COCHISE CO. PRES!^; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages ]5x]2; subscription 
$;i; established May. 1906; W. P. White, editor 
and publisher (6—6 P) (A A). 

PREf^Ss; Mondays; tour pages 13x20; 
subscription $2; established 19o0; W. C. 
Shinn. editor and publisher ( 1—8). 

BISBEE, Cochise Co. □, 6,000t pop.— 
local estimate 20,000— on El Paso & South- 
western Rd., in a canyon of the Mule Pass 
mountains. Copper mining and smelting. 

EVEXIN(; >IIXER; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; repul)lican; six to eicrht pages 
15x22; subscription $6; estal)lishedllH)2; Frank 
De Sousa, editor; De Sousa & Bennett, pub- 
lishers. 

REVIEW; every morning except Mon- 
day; eight pages 13x24; subscription $T.5U; 
established 1897; W. B. Kelly, editor; Consoli- 
dated Printing and Publishing Co., publish- 
ers (1—7). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit in 
1903 for issuing regularly more than 1,250 
copies, and has on two occasions since claimed 
and been given credit for more than 1,000, and 
the same credit was given for igo6 and 1907, 
although no claim to that effect was placed on 
file. 

CLIFTON, Graham Co. O. 6,000 pop. 

(of township), on Arizona & New Mexico 

Rd., 27 m. N. E. of Solomonsville, the county 

seat. Mining, agriculture and stock raising. 

COPPER ERA; Thursdays: six pages 
18x24 ; subscription J62.50; established 1899; 
Mat Danenhauer, editor and publisher (1—8). 

DOUGLAS, Cochise Co. R 6,000 pop., 

on El Paso& Southwestern Rd., 10<J m. S. E. 

of Tucson. Agriculture, cenipnt, mining, 

copper smelters, cattle ranching. 

DISPATCH; every morning except 
Monday (A A). 
INTERNATIONAL- A3IERICAN; 

every evening except Sunday; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription S5; estab- 
lished Febi-uary, 1902; George K. Kelly, 
editor; Consolidated Printing & Publishing 
Co., publishers (6 — 5). 

FLAGSTAFF, c. h., Coconino Co. [j 
1,271+ pop., on Santa Fe & Pacific Rd., 158 m. 
(by rail) N. E. of Prestott. Milling, mining 



and cattle raising. Situated in the pine 
belt of Arizona. 

COCONINO SUN; Saturdays; republi- 
can;, eight pages 11x16; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1882; C. M, Funston, editor and 
publisher (6 — .'.). 

CJE.^I; Thursdays; democratic; four pages 
15x22; subscription S2..50; established 1383; R. 
H. & D. E. Jones, editors and publishers. 

FLORENCE, c. h., Pinal Co. g 1.200 

pop., ou Gila r., 85 m. N. N. W. of Tucson. 

Smelting furnace for silver. Agriculture 

and mining. 

ARIZONA BLADE AND FLOR- 
ENCE TRIBUNE; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription S2.50; 
established \^99; Thomas F. Weedin, editor 
and publisher. 

GLOBE, c. h., Gila Co. a 10,000 pop., 

on Gila Vallej'. Globe & Northern Rds., in 

Pinal mountains, 12U m. N. W. of El Paso. 

Rich silver and copper ores. 

ARIZONA SILVER BELT; every 

morning except Monday, and WEEKLY, 

Thursdays; independent; six to eight pages 

16x22: subscription— daily $7.50. weekly $1.50; 

established— daily 1906, weekly 1878; Silver 

Belt Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
both editions of this paper seemed to 
assert that they had average issues ex- 
ceeding 1,000 copies each, but failed 
to furnish such definite information 
as would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

3IASr(»T; Mondavs (A A). 
MINER; Sundays (A A). 

HOLBROOK, c. h., A'arajo Co. n- 
2.50 pop., on Santa Fe &. Pacific Rd. Agri- 
culture and stock and sheep raising. 
ARGUS; Saturdays; republican; eight 

pages 11x16; subscription $2; established 

1896; L. C. Henning, manager; L. D. Divel- 

bess, publisher. 

JEROME, Yavapai Co. D 2,861t pop., 

on United Verde & Pacific Rd., 20 m. N. of 

Prescott, the county seat. Copper and gold 

mines. Fruit and farming. 

MINING N E\VS ; Mondays; democratic ; 
four pages 15x22; subscription S2; established 
1895; W. S, Adams, editor and publisher. 

KINGMAN, c. h., Mohave Co. t: 322 
pop.— local estimate 700— on Santa Fe Paci- 
fic Rd.,l:D5m. "W. of Prescott. Mining. 
MOHAVE CO. 3I1NER; Saturdays; In- 
dependent; six pages 13x2(}; subscription $3; 



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ARIZONA. 



established 1882;Smith& Sawyer, editors and 
publishers. 
OUR MINERAL. WEALTH; Fri 

days; democratic; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $3; established 1893; Keau St. 
Charles, editor and publisher (7 — 5). 

MESA, Maricopa Co. n 722t pop.— local 

census 1,5CX)— 18 m. E. of Phoenix, the county 

seat and Territorial capital. Agriculture 

and live stock. 

FREE PRESS; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; daily 
four, weelily eight pages 13x20; subscription 
—daily $4.50, weekly $2: G. S. Irwin, editor; 
Press Publishing Co., publishers (1— 8). 

MORENGI, Graham Co. Q^ 6,000 pop., 
on Morenci Southern Rd., 25 m. N. E. of 
Solomonsville, the county seat. Mining. 

EL OBRERO DE MORENCI; Satur- 
days; Spanish; four pages 16x22; subscrip- 
tion $2; established December, 1901; Arizona 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers (1—8). 

LEADER; Saturdays; republican; six 
pages 16x22; subscription $3; established 
June, 1904; Arizona Publishing Company, 
editors and puV)lisher8 (1—8). 

SOUTHWESTERN PYTHIAN; 
monthly (A A). 

NACO, Cochise Co. P on El Paso & 

Southwestern Rd., 100 m. S. of Tucson. 

Smelting. 

BUDGET; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished October, 1904; Edward N. Buck, edi- 
tor; Buck Publishing Co., publishers (11—5) 
(A A). 

NOGALES, c. h., Santa Cruz Co. g 
l,751t pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 75 m. 
S. of Tucson. On the international bound- 
ary between Mexico and United States. 
Farming, cattle raising, and manufactur- 
ing. Port of entry. 

TIMES; every evening except Sunday; 
local; four pages 13x20; subscription $5; es 
tablished 1903; A. L. Pellegrin, editor and 
publisher (1—6). 

BORDER VIDETTE; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 1892; E. D. Miller, editor and 
publisher. 

OASIS; Saturdays; republican; twelve 
to sixteen pages 10x16; subscription $2.50; 
established 1893; Allen T. Bird, editor: Oasis 
Printing House (Inc.), publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years iSgg and 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had an 
average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that effect. 

PARADISE, Cochise Co. 0, on El 

Paso & Southwestern Rd., 15 m. N. W. from 

Rodeo, N. Mex. ( on El Paso & Southwestern 

Rd.) 

RECORD: Fridays; republican; four 
pagei 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 
February. 1906; Renwick White, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

PHCENIX, c.h., Maricopa Co. D Ter- 
ritorial Capital, 5,544+ pop.— local es- 
timate 12,000— on Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoe- 
nix and Southern Pacific Rds. and Salt r., 



ARIZONA. 



35 m. N. of Maricopa and 226 N. E. of Yuma. 
Farming, mining and stock raising. Winter 
resort. 

ARIZONA DE3IOCRAT; every even- 
ing except Sundav (A A ). 

ARIZONA GAZETTE; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEK LY, Fridays; 
republican; eight pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily $6, weekly $2; established 1880; Akers 
& Fritle, editors; Gazette Printing Co., pub- 
lishers (1—7). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies regularly in the 
year 1902, but has not since set up any definte 
or satisfactory claim for issuing so many. 

ARIZONA REi»lTBLlCAI\ ; every 
morning, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican; eight to sixteen pages 18x24: sub- 
scription—daily $9, weekly $2; established 
1889: Arizona Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 6,381 in 1905 
6,478 in 1906 
6,579 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement. — The Arizona 
Republican is the only morning paper at 
Phoenix, the capital, which is a modern 
city of 12,000 peoplp, situated in the Salt 
River Valley, a body of rich farming land 
in a semi-tropical climate equal in size to 
the State of Rhode Island and now having 
a population of 30,000, which will be in- 
creased ten-fold as soon as the U. S. Gov- 
ernment irrigation works now In course 
of construction on Salt River are com- 
pleted. All these people are at the ver3' 
door of the Republican and are reached 
on the morning of publication either by 
private or rural free delivery carrier svs- 
tems. Moreover, the Republican goes Into 
70 per cent of the postoffloes of Arizona 
and has more circulation than all other 
territorial papers combined. It is posi- 
tively the first newspaper which reaches 
the people of Arizona and is the only one 
which completely covers the territory. 
Equipped with perfecting press and bat- 
tery of linotypes. Exclusive morning 
Associated Press franchise. Write for 
sample copies and rates. 

ENTERPRISE; every evening except 
Sunday; democratic; eight to twelve pages 
15x22; .subscription $5 ; established 1898; J. O. 
Dunbar, editor; Dunbar &Loveitt, publishers 
(1-6) (A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies daily in the 
year 1903, but has not since set up any definite 
claims to that effect, and admits that it does 
not keep such a record as would make it pos- 
sible to prepare a satisfactory circulation state- 
ment. 

EL MENSAJERO; Sundays; repub- 
lican; Spanish; six pages 7^^x11 ; subscription 
$3: established March. 1900; J. M. Melendrez, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

SATURDAY REVIEW; Saturdays; 
republican; eight pages 11x15; subscription 
$1; established, May, 1902; John G. Tinker, 
editor and publisher. 

SOUTHWESTERN STOCKMAN, 
FARMER AND FEEDER; Fridays; 
live stock and agriculture; sixteen pages 
11x15; subscription $2 ; established 1884; Chas. 
W. Pugh, editor and publisher (8 — 5). 

Copies printed : This paper has on three 
occasions indicated a desire to have credit for 
issuing more than a thousand copies regularly, 
but such definite information as would war- 
rant such a rating has never been forthcoming. 

ARIZONA MA GAZINE; monthly; 
eighty pages 7x10; subscription $1; estab- 
lished March, 1906. Arizona Magazine Co., 
•dltors and publishers (9—6 P) (A A). 

ARIZONA-NEW MEXICO WORK- 
MAN ; monthly; Ancient Order United 



CATALOGUE BY STATES. 



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ARIZONA. 



Workmen; eight pages 10J^xl4; subscriptinn 
50 cents; established 1899; Geo. W. Brown, 
editor and publisher (1—7). 

Copies printed: Average edition of 
3.276 copies in 1904, and credited with 
printing more than 2,250 in 1905, 2,468 
in 1906 and exceeding 2,250 in 1907. 

PRESCOTT, c. h., Yavapai Co. D 
8,559+ pop., on Santa Fe and Prescott & 
Phoenix Rds. Gold and silver mining, 
grazing, pine lumbering and agriculture. 

ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINEB; 

every morning except Monday, and 
WEEK L Y, Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription— daily $9, 
weekly $2.50; established 1864; J. W. Milnes, 
editor; Journal-Miner Co., publishers (2— 6). 

MORNING COURIER; every morning 
except Sunday, and WEERIiY, Fridays; 
democratic; four pages— daily 18x24, weekly 
22x28 ; subscription— daily (Including weekly) 
tlO, weekly $2.50; established 1882; E. A. 
Rogers, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: The weekly edition of this 
paper had credit for issuing more than 1,000 
copies regularly in the year i8g6, but has not 
since set up any claim for issuing so many. 

S AFFORD, Graham Co. q^ 1,800 pop., 
on Gila Valley, Globu & Northern Rd. and 
Gila r., 150 m. N. E. of Tucson, in the Pueblo 
VIejo Valley. Farming, mining and stock 
raising. 

GRAHAM GUARDIAN; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.50; established 1895; John J. Birdno, edi- 
tor and publisher (7 — 5). 

JOURNAL; Fridays (A A). 

SAINT JOHNS, c. h., Apache Co. o 
1,200 pop., about 140 m. E. by S. E. of Flag- 
staff. Gristmill. Mining, grazing and lum- 
bering. 

ST. JOHNS HERALD AND 
APACHE NEWS; Thursdays; inde- 
pendent republican ; six pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $2; established 1885; Reamer Ling, 
editor and publisher (6— 5). 

SALOME, Yuma Co. J2 150 pop. 
NEWS; Saturdays (A A). 

SOLOMONS VILLE, c. h , Graham 

Co. O^ 629+ pop., on Gila Valley, Globe & 

Northern Rd., 148 m. N. E. of Tucson. 

Mining, agriculture and stock raising. 

ARIZONA BULLETIN; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1.50; established 1889; Arizona Bulletin 
Publishing Co.. editors and publishers (1—8). 

TEMPE, Maricopa Co. n 892t pop., 
on Maricopa, Phoenix & Salt River Rd., 
10 m. E. of Phoenix, the county seat and 
Territorial capital. Location of Territorial 
Normal School. Flour mill and manufac- 
tories. Farming, live stock and fruit. 

NEWS; every morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 17x23; subscrlptlen — daily $5, 
weekly $2.50; established— dallv 1894, weekly 
1886; Curt. W. Miller, editor; News Publishing 
Co., publishers. 

TOMBSTONE, c. h.. Cochi$e Co. p, 

C46+ pop., about 65 m. S. E. of Tucson. 

Silver and gold mining and agriculture. 

PROSPECTOR; every evening except 
Sunday, and EPITAPH, Sundays; dem- 

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ARIZONA. 



ocratic; four pages 18x24; subscription- 
daily $7.50, Sunday $2; established — dally 
1886, Sunday 1882; Wm. Hattich, editor and 
publisher. 

TUCSON, c. h., Pima Co. g 7,531+ 
pop., on Southern Pacific Rd. and Santa 
Cruz r., 250 m. E. of Yuma, 485 from San 
Diego, Cal. The town was founded in 1560 
by Jesuits. Institute of St. Joseph and 
University of Arizona located here. Mining 
and reduction of gold, silver and copper 
ores. Agriculture and stock raising. Hides 
and wool. 

ARIZONA STAR; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, eight pages \l)4x.22; sub- 
Bcrlptlon $7.50 ; established 1874; State Con- 
solidated Publishing Co., publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1902 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to 
that effect. 

TUCSON CITIZEN I every evening ex- 
ceptSunday, and ARIZONA CITIZEN, 
Fridays; democratic; eight to ten pageg 
15x22: subscription— dally $7.50, weekly $2; 
established — dally 1870, weekly 1860; C. M. 
Minler, editor; Citizen Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed : The weekly edition of this 
paper has on three occasions indicated a desire 
to have credit for issuing more than a thousand 
copies regularly, but such definite information 
as would warrant such a rating has never been 
forthcoming. 

ALIANZA ; Saturdays (A A). 
I^KONTEKIZO; Saturdays (A A). 
POST ; Saturdays ( A A). 
MINER AND STOCKMAN; semi 

monthly ( A A). 

PLANT WORLD; monthly; science; 
twenty eight pages 6x9; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1897; Plant World Association, 
editors and publishers (1—8). 

WICKENBURG, Maricopa Co. D 

217+ pop., ou Morenci Southern Rd. 

3IINER; Saturday!; Independent; four 
pages 17J^x24 ; subscription $2; established 
June, 1904; Angelo Hammer, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—5 P). 

WILLCOX, Cochin Co. 0, 396 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Rd., 65 m. N. of Tomb- 
stone, the county seat. Mining, cattle 
raising and agriculture. 

ARIZONA RANGE NEWS; Fridays; 
live stock and mining; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $3; established 1893; Kemp 
Bros., editors and publishers. 

"WILLIAMS, Coconino Co. [^ 1,500 

pop., on Santa Fe Pacific Rd., 32 m. W. of 

Flagstaff, the county seat. Copper mining, 

cattle and sheep raising and lumbering. 

NEW^S; Saturdays; Independent; foiir 
pages 16x22; subscription $3; established 
1891; F. L. Moore, editor and publisher (1—8). 

WINSLO W, Navajo Co. D- 1.305t pop. , 

on Santa Fe Rd.. 58 m. E. of Flagstaff. 

Railroad shops, agriculture, stock raising. 

MAIL; Saturdays; democratic; six 
pages 11x16; subscription $2; established 



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ARIZONA. 



1893; Lloyd C. Henning, editor and publisher 

(1—8). 

YUMA, c. h., Yuma Co. p 3,000 pop., 

on Southern Paeiflc Rd. and Colorado r., 

about 150 m. W. by S. W. of Phoenix, the 

capital of the Territory, and 250 S. E. of Los 

Angeles, Cal. Commerce, mining and fruit 

growing. 

SUN; every morning except Mondaj-, and 
"WEEKIiY, Fridays; democratic; dally 
four, weekly eight pages 13x20; subscription 
—daily $7.90, weekly $2 ; established— dallv 
1905, weelcly 1S96; A. M. Foster, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 



ARIZONA. 



of this paper had credit for an issue 
of 1,241 for the year 1905, and 1,283 
in 1906, but has not since made defin- 
ite and satisfactory claim to issuing 
so many as 1,000 copies. 

ARIZONA SENTINEL. J Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages 18x^4 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1870 ; J. W. Dorrington, editor 
and publisher (1—6). 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; socialist; 
six pages 13x20; subscription $2; established 
August, 1903; The Enterprise Corporation, 
editors and publishers (1—8). 

ARIZONA PYTHIAN; monthly 
Knights of Pythias; sixteen pages 7x10^ 
subscription 50 cents; established April, 1903 
A. M. Foster, editor and publisher (12—5 P) 
(A A). 



ARKANSAS. 



Population 1,311,564 1. Land Area 53,045 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by Missouri, east bj^ the Mississippi River, south by Louisiana 
and Texas, and west by Texas and the Indian Territory. State capital: Lit- 
tle Rock. Principal products and industries : Live stock, cotton, corn and gen- 
eral agriculture. Number of newspapers and other periodicals (March 30, 1908), 
313, divided as follows: Daily, 28; serai-weekly, 3; weekly, 260; semi-monthly, 
2; monthly, 19; quarterly, 1. 

The cities of over 3,000 population, according to the United States census of 
1900 (t), are as follows : 

L-ittle Rock 38,307t Joueiaboro 4,50St 

Fort Siiiitli ll,5Srt Kayetteville 4,061t 

Piue Bluff ll,496t Eureka !<»p rings 3,5r3t 

Hot !«ipriiig8 9,973t >Iena 3,4'^3t 

Helena 5,550t Paragould 3,3'^4t 

Texarkana 4,91 4t 



ALMA, Crawford Co. ^ 440 f pop., on \ 
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd., j 
10 m. N. E. of Van Bureu and 19 N. E. of 
Fort Smith. 
NEWS; weekly (A A). 

ALPENA PASS, Boone Co. h 300 

pop., on Missouri & North Ai-kansas Rd., 

15 m. W. of Harrison, tlie county seat. 

Hardwood lumber. 

SEARCHLIGHT; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x20; subscription $1; 
established April, 1905; Robert Eddins, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—8). 

ALTUS, Franklin Co. tl 2,.500 pop., 
on Little Rock & Ft. Smith Rd., 41 m. E. of 
Fort Smith. Coal mining. Farming arid 
fruit raising. 

A LTUS-DENNIN<i BANNER ;Thur3 

days; independent; four pages 17x24; sub 
scription$l; established 1904; R. H. Burrow, 
editor; Altus-Denning Banner Publisliing 
Companj', publishers (1— 5P) (A A). 

ARGENTA, Pulaski Co. O 14,000 pop., 
on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, St. Louis 
Southwestern, Little Rock & Ft. Smith and 
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rds. 
and N. bank of Arkansas r., opposite 
Little Rock, the county seat and State 
capital. Railroad shops, flour mill and vari- 
ous manufactories. 

NEWS; every evening except Saturday, 
and Sunday morning; democratic; daily 
four, Sunday eight pages 15x22; subscription 
- dally $5, Sunday $1; established as weekly 
In 190J; Henry J. Miller, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

NORTH LITTLE ROCK TI3IES; 
Saturdays; democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1898; W. L. Bar- 
ton, manager. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it har 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

VOICE OF THE TWENTIETH 
CENTURY; Saturdays; African; metho- 
dist episcopal; twelve pages 13x20; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1897; J. A. McG. 
Johns, editor; Wm. C. Cox, publisher. 



ARKADELPHIA, c.h.,Clark Co.p 
2,739+ pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Rd. and Ouachita r., 75 m. S. W. 
of Little Rock, the State capital. Seat of a 
Baptist and a Methodist college. Salt 
works, plow factory and excellent water 
power. Lumber and cotton the chief 
products. 

SITTINGS HERALD; Thursdays; 

democratic; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.50; established 1886; Ed. McCorkle, editor. 
SOUTHERN STANDARD; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1868 ; Adam Clark 
& Son, editors and publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

ARKANSAS CITy,c.h.. Desha Co. 

□, l,091t pop., ou Mississippi River & North- 
western and St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Rds. and Mississippi r.,75m. S. E. 
of Pine Bluer. Coal depot and saw mill. 
A shipping point. 

NEW ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1891; John W. Davis, editor 
and publisher. 

ASHDOWN, Little River Co. p 400? 
pop., on Texarkana & Ft. Smith and Arkan- 
sas & Choctaw Rds., about 20 m. N. W. of 
Texarkana. Agriculture, lumber, cotton, 
Indian corn and pork. 

LITTLE RIVER NEWS; Fridays; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; established 
1897; James Crooks, editor and publisher. 

ASH FLAT, Sharp Co. b 215t pop., 
12 m. S. W. of Hardy, nearest railroad sta- 
tion on St. Louis and San Francisco Rd. 
ENTERPRISE; Fridays (A A). 

ATKINS, Pope Co. b T4.5t pop., on St. 

Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd.,63m. 

N. W. of Little Rock, the State capital. 

Farming, cotton and live stock. Roller mill 

and cotton gin. 

CHRONICLE; Fridaj's; democratic; 
twelve pages 20x26; subscription $1; estab- 



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Ushed 1894; W. F. Turner, editor and pub 
lisher (6—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,235 for the year 
1906, but has not since made definite 
and satisfactory claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 

AUGUSTA, c.h., Woodruff Co. D-l,040t 
pop.— of township 5,169f— on St. Louis, Iron 
Mountain & Southern Rd. and White r., 65 
m. E. N. E. of Little Rock, tne State capital. 
Steam saw mills and handle factory. Cot- 
ton shipping. 

WOODRUFF CO. FREE PRESS; 

Thursdays; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1892; E. L. Billingslea, editor 
and publisher. 

BATESVILLiE, c. h., Independence 
Co. i 2,327t pop., on St. Louis, Iron Moun- 
tain & Southern Rd. and White r., 90 m. 
N. E. of Little Rock, the State capital. Seat 
of educational institutions for white and 
colored races. Manganese ore is mined. 
Cotton, tobacco, corn, wheat, oats, fruit 
and vegetables. Shipping point. 

INDEPENDENCE CO. NEWS; Fri 

days; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established as 5ec 1892; News 
Printing Co., editors and publishers (7—5 P). 
GUARD; Fridays ; democratic ; eight 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1876; E. L. Givens, editor; Batesville Printing 
Co., publishers (9—3). 

Copies printed: This paper has had 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 
copies weekly since 1901, but has never 
made a circulation statement that was 
entirely definite and satisfactory. 

OBSERVER; Thursdays; republican: 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished January, 1908; I. B. Muchmore, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

BEEBE, White Co. n l,200t pop., on St. 
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd., 16 m. 
S. W. of Searcy, the county seat, and 32 N. 
E. of Little Rock, the State capital. Small 
fruits, cotton and vegetables. 

WHITE CO. NEWS; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1892; T. M. Woods, editor; News 
Printing Co., publishers (12—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,683 for the year 
1903, 1,960 in 1906, since which it has 
not made any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more 
than 1,000 in 1907. 

BENTON, c. h., Saline Co. n 2,000 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern; Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf; Little 
Rock & Hot Springs ; Western & Pine 
Bluff Rds.. near Saline r., and 23 m. S. W. of 
Little Rock, the State capital, and 30 m. E. 
of Hot Springs. Saw, flour and grist mills, 
potteries and tannery. Agriculture, lum- 
bering and manufacturing, Rich deposits 
of banxito, fuller's earth and whet-stone 
being extensively mined. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; established 
189»; R. C. Ray, editor and publisher. 

SAL.INE TIMES-COURIER; Thurs 
days; democratic; eight pages 15x32; sub- 



ARKANSAS. 



scription $1; established 1890; L. B. White, 
editor and publisher (1—7). 

BENTON VILLE,c. h., Benton Co. t: 

1,843+ pop., on St. Louis & San Francisco Rd., 
27 m. N. of Fayetteville. Cereals and to- 
bacco cultivated. Tobacco manufactorieg 
and fruit evaporators. Center of a fruit- 
growing country. 

BENTON CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs 
days; democratic; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scriptions!; established 1886; Joseph S.Stev- 
enson, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: Had credit for an 
issue of 1,500 for the year 1898. but 
has not since made claim to is- 
suing so many as 1,000 copies. 

BENTON CO. SUN; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 20x26; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1891; Cross & Morley, editors and 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: Had credit for an 
average issue of 1,605 in 1903, since 
which time it has not furnished a 
satisfactory report, but was credited 
with printing more than 1,000 copies 
for the years 1906 and 1907. 

A. O. U. W. GUIDE; monthly; Ancient 
Order United Workmen; eight pages 11x16; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1893; H. L. 
Cross, editor and publisher (12—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,900 in 1899 
and 5.500 in 1905, since which it has 
not ftirnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

BERRYVILIiE,o.h., Carroll Co. ^ 

551+ pop., 12 m. S. E. of Eureka Springs, one 
of the two county seats, and 44 N. E. of Fay- 
etteville. Flour mill. Farming and fruit 
raising. 

CARROL.L. PROGRESS? Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; six pages 18x24 ; sub- 
scription SI; established 1879; Wm. L. Crow, 
editor and publisher (7—5). 

NORTH ARKANSAS STAR; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $1; established March. 1905; S. H. 
Doxey, editor; S. H. Doxey & G. P. Hinch- 
man, publishers (1—7). 

BINGEN, Hempstead Co. p 200 pop., 
24 m. N. W.ofHope. Farming, milling and 
mining. 

SOCIAIj VISITOR; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1884; J. R. Wolff, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BLACK "ROCK, i Lawrence Co. [/ 1,500 
pop., on St. Louis & San Francisco Rd., 100 
m. N. W. of Memphis. Button making 
and other manufacturing, lumber and 
farming. 

LAWRENCE CO. TELEPHONE} 

Fridays; Independent; eight pages 18x24; 
subsclription $1 ; established 1884; C. A. Bed- 
good, editor and publisher (6—5). 

BLACK SPRINGS, Montgomery 

Co. -a 204 pop., 8 m. S. W. of Mount Ida, the 
county seat, and 87 W. of Hot Springs, 
nearest railroad station on Chicago, Rock 
Island & Pacific Rd. Agriculture and stock 
raising. 

INFORMER; Saturdays; eight pages 
11x16; subscription $1; established 1892; J 
Mattherre. editor and publisher (A A). 

NEWS; Saturdays (A A). 



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BLYTHEVII.LE, Mississippi Co. cT 
302 pop., on St. Louis & Memphis Rd., 15 m. 
N. of Osceola, the county seat. Lumber, 
cotton and corn. 
COURIER; Thursdays (A A). 

BOONE VILLE, Logan Co. -D 9S8t 
pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 
20 m. S. W. of Paris. Cotton and corn. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays (A A). 

PROGRESS; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished April. 190tJ; Jeff D. Ferguson, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

BRINKL.EY, Monroe Co. o l,648t 
pop.— of township 2,967+— on Arkansas Mid- 
land, Little Rock & Memphis, St. Louig 
Southwestern and White & Black River 
Valley Rds., 65 m. E. of Little Rock, the 
State capital, and 71 W. of Memphis, Tenn. 
OH mlUs, car works and stave factory. 

ARGUC) ; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1876; W. B. Folsom, editor; Wm. B. & H. M. Fol- 
som, pabllshers. 

MONROE CO. CITIZEN; Thursdays: 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1893; W. B. Williams, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CABOT, Lonoke Co. n 500t pop., on St. 
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd., 20 m. 
N. E. of Little Rock, the State capital. Hor- 
ticulture and agriculture. 

GUARD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 12x18; subscription fl; established 
18»1; a. W. Granberry, editor; B. F. Grau- 
berry & Co., publishers (A A). 

CALICO ROCK, Izard Co. [j 600 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd., 200 m. N. E. of Little Rock. 
Lumber, mining and agriculture. 

PROGRESS; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 17x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1904; H. B. Dallam, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

CAMDEN, c. h., Ouachita Co. q 3,8i0t 
pop., on St. Louis Southwestern and St. 
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rds. and 
the right bank of Ouachita r., 110 m. S. W. 
of Little Rock, the State capital. Steam- 
boats ascend the river to this point. Cotton 
growing. 

BEACON; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pa^es 18x24; subscription $1.25; established 
1874; W. P. Holmea. editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: Had credit for an 
average issue of 1,279 for the year 
1896, but has not since made claim to 
issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

^OUACHITA II EH ALU; Fridays; 
democratic ; eight pagH>* 13xV0 ; subscription 
91; established 1840; Harrv F. Kapp, editor; 
Herald Printing Company, publisher--- (12— '^,1. 
Co-pies printed: Has had credit for 
issuing more than i.ooo copies weekly 
sinice^ 1903, but has never made a cir- 
culation statement that was satisfactory. , 

CARLISLE, Lonoke Co. a on Chi-! 
cago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 9 m. E. of 
Lonoke, the county seat. Dairying. 
INDEPENDENT; Thursdays (A A). 



CASA, Perry Co. D 600 pop., on Choc- 
taw, Oklahoma & Gulf Rd., 60 m. W. of Lit- 
tle Rock. Farming. Lumbering. 

DEiHOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1904; W. T. Huchlngson, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

CAVE CITY, Sharp Co. b 229tpop., 
about 15 m. N. of Batesvllle, nearest station 
on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd. 
CLARION; Thursdays (A A). 

CHARLESTON, FmnWm Co. b 677t 
pop., on Arkansas Central Rd., about 20 m. 
E. of Fort Smith. Cotton, produce and 
live stock. 
EXPRESS; Fridays (A A). 

CHERRY VALLEY, Cross Co. d 

114t pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 

Southern Rd., about 8 m. N. of Vanndale, 

the county seat. 

ENTERPRISE; weekly; eight pages 
11x16; subscription SI; established 1907; En- 
terprise Publishing Company, editors and 
publishers (1—8). 

CLARENDON, c. h., Monroe Co. D- 
l,840t pop., on Arkansas Midland and St. 
Louis Southwestern Rds. and E. bank of 
White r., 48 m. W. of Helena. Saw and 
grist mills, cotton gin and wagon, boat- 
oar, stave, heading, beam, shoe last, buggy 
rim strip, pearl button and plow factories 
and foundry. Agriculture. 

MONROE CO. SUN; Fridays; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.30; established 
1976; Wm. E. Spencer, editor and publisher 

(6-5). 

CLARKSVILLE, c. h., Johnson Co.\2 
1,080+ pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Smith Rd.. 
2 m. N. of Arkansas r. and about 102 N. W. 
of Little Rock, the State capital. Flour 
and planing mills and cotton gin. 

JOHNSON CO. HERA lit); Fridays; 
demooratie: eight pSKes 13x20: subscription 
tl; established 1976: Harley & Ward, editors 
and puhllahers (4—3). 

Copies printed: Had credit for an 
average issue of 1,728 in 1895, since 
which time it has not furnished a sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for the 
years 1906 and 1907. 

CLINTON, c. h., VanBuren Co. tl 297t 
pop., on Little Red r., about 75 m. N. W. 
from Little Rock, the State capital. Cot- 
ton gin and saw mill. 

VAN BUREN CO. J O U R N A L, » 

Thursdays; democratic; four pages 16x24; 
subscription $1; established May, 1901; S. A. 
Myover, editor and publisher. 
VAN BUREN CO. REPUBLICAN; 

Fridays (A A). 

CONWAY, c.h., Faulkner Co. U 2.611 
pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Smith Rd.. 30 m. 
N. W. of Little Rock, the State capital. Two 
colleges, canning factory and cottonseed 
oil, roller flour and shingle mills. Cotton 
and corn. 

ARKANSAS UNION TRIBUNE; 

Thursdays (A A). 



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FAUJLKNER CO. TIMES; Thurs 
days; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1; establlsbed 1896; J. B. Higglns. 
editor and publisher. 

L.OG CABIN-DE310CRAT; Thurs- 
days: democratic; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
Borlption $1; established 1879; Couway Print- 
ing Co., editors and publishers (1—6). 

Copies printed: Had credit for an 
average issue of 1,617 in 1Q04. since 
which it has not furnished a report, 
but was credited with printing more 
than 1,000 copies for the year 1907. 

CORNING , c.h.. Clay Co. d l.Ul pop.. 

on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 

Rd. Cooperage, factories, saw mills and 

cotton gins. Agriculture. 

COURIER) Fridays ; democratic ; eight 
pages 13x22; subscription $1; established 
I880; Clyde C. Est^s, editor and publisher 

(7-5). 

COTTER, Baxter Co. i 890 pop., on 
Missouri Pacific Rd., 110 m. S. of Spring- 
field, Mo. 

COURIER} Fridays; independent; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished December, 1903; H. D. Routzong, edi- 
tor and publisher (7—5). 

COVE, Polk Co. -D T©7t pop., on Kansas 

City Southern Rd., 15 m. 8. of Mena, the 

county seat. 

HERALD; Fridays: four pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established November, 19u5; 
T. P. Fulton, editor and publisher (2— 7 P). 

CRAWFORDSVILLE, Crittenden 

Co. D- 300 pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain 

& Southern Rd., 18 m. N. W. of Memphis, 

Tenn. Farming and lumbering. 

CRITTENDEN CO. TI3IES; Satur 
days; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; es- 
tablished February, VMr2; Mrs. N. M. Gibson, 
editor and publisher (7—5). 

CROSSETT. Ashley Co. D, 1,600 pop., 
on Mississippi River, Hamburg & Western 
Rd., 65 m. S. W. of Greenville. Miss. 
OBSERVER; Thursdays (A A). 

DANVILLE, c.h..reH<7o.-D600Tpop., 

on Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Rd., 85 m. 

W. of Perryville. Cotton. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1899; A. W. Henry, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DARDANELLE, c. h., Tell Co. -n 

1,602+ pop., on Dardanelle & Russellville Rd. 
and Arkansas r., 5 m. S. of Russellville 
and 75 N. W. of Little Rock, the Stat« 
capital. Distillery and flour, planing and 
cotton seed oil mills. Cotton shipping 
point. 

POST-DISPATCH; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; es- 
tablished— Po«f 1876, Dispatch 1893, consoli- 
dated January, 1897; Jno. H. Page, editor; 
Post-Dispatch Publishing Company, publish- 
ers. 

Copies printed: Had credit for an 
average issue of 1,932 for the year 
1898, but has not since made claim to 
issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 



ARKANSAS. 



DENMARK, White Co. d' about 11 m. 

N. W. of Bradford, nearesst railroad station 

on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd. 

3IADDOCK PIONEER; monthly; 
twelve pages 7x10; subscription 50 cents; e.s- 
tablished January, 1903; John M. Harlow, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed : 1,250 in 1Q06 
1,375 in 1907 

DE QUEEN, Sevier Co. p l,200t pop., 
on Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf Rd. 
Lumber, cotton, mining, fruit and veget- 
able growing. 

BEE; Fridays; ten pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $\; established 1897; Cannon & 
Pearre. editors and publishers (1—8). 
Copies printed: 1,038 in 1898 
1,353 in 1906 
1,375 in 1907 
DE3IOCRAT; Thursdays (A A). 

DERMOTT, Chicot Co. q, 467tpop.^ 

on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd. 

30 m. N.W. of Lake Village, the county seat. 

Agriculture. 

NEWS; Saturdays (A A). 
SOUTH EAST ADVOCATE; Thurs- 
days (A A). 
SOUTH EASTERN BAPTIST; Sat 

urdays; baptist; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1900: W. W. Booker, 
editor; J. H. Vlckers, publisher (A A). 

DESARC, c. h., Prairie Co. D 640t 
pop., on W. bank of White r., 15 m. N. of 
Devaire Bluff, the other county seat, and 57 
E. N. E. of Little Rock, the State capital. 
Flour mill and machine shop. Cotton, 
hides and lumber shipping point. Agri- 
culture and lumbering. 
GUIDON; Thursdays; deniocrattc;foiir 

pages 17x24; subscription *1 ; established 1600; 

C. C. Jiidson, e'iltor and pulilisher. 
W^HITE RIVER JOUK NA I.; Thuis- 

days (A A ). 

DEVALLS BLUFF, Prairie Co, 

n 605+ pop., on Choctaw, Oklahoma & 

Gulf Rd. and White r., 25 m. E. of Lonoke 

Manufacturing, farming and stock raising 

PRAIRIE CO. OBSERVER; Thurs 
days; democratic; eight pages 13x20; sub 
Bcription $1; established 1897; Morrill Bros, 
editors and publishers. 

DEWITT, c. h,, Arkamas Co. D- 318t 
pop.— local estimate 500— on Stuttgart Sc 
Arkansas River Rd., 25 m. 8. E. of Stutt- 
gart. Saw mill and cotton gin. Stock 
raising and agriculture. 
NEW E R A ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1882; J. M. Landls. editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DIERKS, Howard Co. P 400 pop.— 
local estimate — on De Queen & Eastern 
Rd., 27 m. W. of De Queen. Logging, rail- 
road ties and farming. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1; established June, 1906; A. I. 
Henry, editor and publisher (7— 6P). 

ELDORADO, c, h., Union Co. p 
1,069+ pop., on Arkansas Southern, New Or- 
leans & Northwestern and St. Louis, Iron 



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Mountain & Southern Rds., 125 m. S. of 
Little Rock. Cotton oil mill and canning 
factory. 

ARKANSAS J O U R N A L.| Satur 

days; democratic ; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established November, 1905; 
A. A. Terrell, editor; Terrell & Colvin, pub- 
lishers (12— 5P> (A A). 

TIMES; Thursdays: democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; establislied 
1894; Geo. W. Mason, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: 1,504 in 1907 

UNION CO. TRIBUNE; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages lox2U; subscription 
$1; established 1891; A. W. Martin, editor; 
Martin & Grain, publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,057 ^or the year 1896, 
1,377 iri 1906, but has not since made 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 
copies. 

ENGLAND, Lonoke Co. n 2,000 pop., 
on St. Louis Southwestern Rd., 31 m. N. of 
Pine Bluff and 25 S. E. of Little Rock, the 
State capital. Agriculture and lumbering. 

COURIER; Fridays; eight pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1897; Reid Cur 
son, editor; England Printing Co., Inc., pub- 
lishers (6—5). 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1903; C. P. Newton, editor; R. E. L. 
Eagle, publisher (1—8). 

EUREKA SPRINGS, c.h., (7arro« 
Co. "D 5,173 pop., on St. Louis & North 
Arkansas Rd., 18 m. S. E. of Seligman, 
Mo. A health resort, noted for its heal- 
ing springs. Population at the height of 
the season about 10.000. Mining, live 
stock and agriculture. 

TIMES-ECHO; every evening except 
Sunday, and CAKKOI.l. CO. REC- 
ORD, Thursdays; eight pages 12'';ixl9; sub- 
scription— dailv §4, weekly $1; established- 
Times 1881, Echo 1885, weekly edition 1903; 
G. E. Miller and Wade H. James, editors; 
Ozark Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

FLASHLICillT, Fridays ; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription §1: estab 
llshed 1894; W. L. Washburn, editor; Maloiie 
& Barrows, publishers ( 1— 7 ). 

BEAUTIFUIi OZARKS; monthly 

(A A). 

EVENING SHADE, c. h., Sharp 

Co. [^ 281 pop., near Strawberry Creek, 

about 22 m. N. of Batesville. Saw and grist 

mills and wagon, harness, woolen and 

flour manufactories. 

SHARP CO. RECORD; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 18T7; Claude L. Coger, editor 
and publisher. 

FAYETTEVIELE, c. h., Washing- 
ton Co. \j 4,061+ pop.— local estimate 8,000— 
on St. Louis & San Francisco and Ozark & 
Cherokee Rds., 22 m. S. of Rogers and 62 N.E. 
of Fort Smith. Seat of the University of 
Arkansas. Wagon and plow works. Center 
of the great fruit section of Northwest Ar- 
kansas. Coal, lead and Iron. Agriculture. 

DAILY; every evening except Sunday; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $3; established 
1894; Lewis Payne.edltor and publisher. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 



ARKANSAS. 



four pages 15x22; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1895; C. D. Ambrose, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ARKANSAS SENTINEL; Thurs 
days; democratic; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scriptions!; established 1875; Meah M. Mer- 
itt. editor and publisher (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,500 in 1898, since 
which time it has not furnished a sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for the 
years 1906 and 1907, 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1868; S. E. Marrs. editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

REPUBLICAN: Fridays; republican; 
four pages 20x26 ; sub.scriptlon $1.25; estab- 
lished 1885; D. C. Ambrose, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WASHINGTON CO. REVIEW » 

Thursdays; republican; six pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1890; Review 
Printing Co. (Inc.), editors and publishers 
(2-8). _ 

Copies printed: For the j'cars 1902 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

FORDYCE, Dallas Co. q l,710t pop. 
—of township 2.947+— on St. Louis South- 
western Rd., 29 m. N. E. of Camden. Saw% 
planing and woolen mills and canning fac- 
tory. Cotton district. 

ENTERPRISE; Tuesdays; democratic; 
fix to eight pages 15x22: subscription Jl; es- 
tablished 1884; J. M. Raines, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

TRI-COUNTY ADVOCATE; Thurs- 
davs (A A). 

WESTERN STAR; semi-monthly 
(▲A). 

FOREMAN, Little River Co. p 350 

pop., on Arkansas & Choctaw Rd., 36 m. 

from Texarkana and 7 from Red River. 

Cotton and corn raising. 

NEW ROCKY SUN; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1899; R. M. Stovall, editor and 
publisher. 

FORREST CITY, c.h., Sai7it Francis 
Co. D- 1,361+ pop., on Choctaw and Gulf and 
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rds., 45 
m. W. S. W. of Memphis. Tenn., and 90 E. 
by N. of Little Rock, the State capital. 
Lumber and potato industry. Live stock 
and cotton shipping. 

CROWLEY RIDGE CHRONI- 
CLE; Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 
13^xl9?|; subscription $1: established 
March, 1906; Charles R. Izard, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

TIMES ; Fridays ; democratic ; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1871; 
Landvolgt & Vadakin, editors and publish- 
ers. 



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FORT SMITH, c. h., Sebastian Co. -a 

21,587+ pop.— local estimate 33,000— on St. 
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern and St. 
Louis & San Francisco, Kansas City 
Southern, Fort Smith & Western, and 
Arkansas Central Rds., and Ari^ansas r., 163 
m. W. N. W. of Little Rock, the State cap- 
ital. Ice factor}', saw and planing mills, 
furniture factories, cotton compress, oil- 
seed mills, soap factory, broom factory, 
brick plants, shoe and harness factories, 
boiler works, and mines of semi-anthra- 
cite coal. Exports corn, fruit, cotton, stock, 
lumber and hides. Farming and mining. 

NEWS RECORD; every evening ex- 
cept Saturday, and Sunday morning; daily 
eight, Sunday ten to sixteen pages 15x22; 
subscrtptiou — daily $5; established 1893; J. 
B. Parker, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 2,160 for the year 1902, 
3,864 in 1906, since which it has not 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more 
than 2,250 copies for the year 1907. 

Publisher's announcement.— The News Rec- 
ord is the leading paper of Fort Smith, 
both from the standpoint of BONA FIDE, 
clean-cut circulation and general prestige 
with local and foreign advertisers. It car- 
ries over la per cent of all the foreign 
advertising sent into this field. 

J. B. Parkeu, Editor and Manager. 

SOUTHWEST AMERICAN; every 
morninjj: except Monday (A A). 

TliUES; every evening except Saturday 
and Sunday, and Sunday morning; daily 
eight, Sunday sixteen to twenty pages 15x22; 
subscription— daily $5; established 1882; J. F. 
Henry, editor; The Times Co., publishers 

Copies printed: 3,376 in 1904 
4,228 in 1906 
4.188 in 1907 

ARKANSAS APPRECIATOR; Fri- 
days (A A). 

C 1 T V ITEM; Saturdays ; four pages 
15x22; subscription 50 Ctnts; established 
February, 1901; R. C. Kite and Z. Wells, edi- 
tors and publishers. 

ELEVATOR: Fridays ;democratic;elght 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1878; J. F. Weaver, editor; Weldon, Williams 
& Lick, publishers ( 12—3). 

Copies printed: 6,577 i^i 1897 
5,980 in 1907 

UNION SENTINEL; Fridays; labor; 
eight pages 11x16; subscription $1; estab- 
lished June, 1903; W. W. Phillips, editor and 
publisher (12—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,298 for the year 
1904, 1,523 in 1906, but has not since 
made definite and satisfactory claim to 
issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

EVANGEIilSTj monthly (A A). 

OUR EASTERN STAR; monthly 
(A A). 

GENTRY. Benton Co. ^ 750 pop., 
in 1905; on Kansas Citj' & Southern Rd., 
about 7 m. N. of Siloam Springs. Fruit 
raising. 

INDEX; Thursdays; four pages 11x16 and 
supplement 9x12; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished July, 1904; L. H. Babcock, editor 
and publisher (I— 7). 
J O U R N A li-A D VA N C E ; Fridays; 



ARKANSAS. 



democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1894; Arthur Tallman & Co., 
editors and publishers (7 — 5). 

GILLHAM, Sevier Co. pSlOf pop., on 
Kansas City Southern Rd., 10 m. N. of De 
Queen. Mining region. 
3IINER ; Wednesdays (A A). 

GRAVETTE, Benton Co. "n 1.260 
pop., on Kansas City, Southern & 'Frisco 
Rd., 15 m. N. W. of Bentonville, the county 
seat. Agriculture, fruit and stock raising. 
Flour mills. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; four pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established 1894; A. C. 
Veach, editor and publisher (1-3). 
GLOBE: monthly(AA). 
SOVEREIGN ODD FELLOW; 
monthly; odd fellowship; sixteen to twenty- 
four pages 10^x15; subscription 25 cents; 
established May, 1904; A. C. Veach, editor; 
I. O. O. F. Publishing Co.. publishers (1—8). 

GREEN FOREST, Carroll Co. )j 469t 

pop., 21 m. S. E. of Eureka Springs and 9 E. 

of Berryville, the two county seats, and 

75 S. of Springfield, Mo. Agriculture. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 13x20 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1889; E. C. Cooper, editor and pub- 
lisher (2-5). 

GREEN'WOOD, c. h., Sebastian Co. 

-a 491+ pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 

Southern Rd., 18 m. S. S. E. of Fort Smith, 

one of the two county seats. Cotton. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1883; Harvey & Claunrs, editors and 
publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

GtJRDON, Clark Co.JJlMol pop., on 
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd., 
16 m. S. W. of Arkadelphia, the county 
seat. Planing mill and stave factory. Cot- 
ton shipping. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic: four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1894; S. Scott Harris, editor and publisher. 

HAMBURG, c. h., Ashley Co. R l,260t 
pop., on Hamburg & Western Rd. and 
Mississippi r., 45 m. S. W. of Greenville, 
Miss. Lumber and cotton. 

ASHLEY CO. EAGLE; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
91 ; established 1866; S. B. Baird. editor and 
publisher. 

CLARION; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages 17x24; subscription $1: estab- 
lished 1900; F. J. Graves, editor; H. P. Babb, 
publisher (11— 5) (A A). 

HAMPTON, c. h., Calhoun Co. P 154t 
pop., on Little Bay & Hampton Rd., about 
20 m. E. of Camden. 
ARKANSAW PLAINDEALER; 

Fridays (A A). 

HARDY, ••h-. Sharp Co. [^ 497t pop. 
—of township 844+— on Kansas City, Ft. 



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41 



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Scott &. Memphis Rd., 129 m. N. of Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Fruit and stock raising. 

HERALD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1891; 
Been Phillips, editor and publisher. 

HARRISBURG, e. h., Poinsett Co. 

cf 800 pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 

Southern Rd., 64 m. N. W. of Memphis, 

Tenn. Stave factories, machine repair 

Hhops and cotton gin. Lumbering and 

cotton raising. 

.MODERN NEWS; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pa^es 18x3U; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1889; L. D. Freeman, editor and pub- 
llaher. 

Copies printed: For the year 190a 
and again in 1903 this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

POINSETT col NT V Tl.UES; Fri- 
days; four pages l8x:i4; suuscriptiuu gl ; es 
tabli8hedl896; Ira D. Waller, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

HARRISON, c. h., Boone Co. ^ 1.561t 
pop.— of township 2,849+— 40 m. E. by S. E. 
of Eureka Springs and 90 S. by E. of 
Sprlngtield, Mo. Manufactories of tin- 
ware, buggies and flour. Agriculture. 

BOONE BANNERt Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; six pages 15x22: subscription $1; 
efttablished 1884; John Mason, editor and 
publisher (1—5). 

REP UB LI CAN; Fridays; four pages 
24z8(i; subscription $1; established 1895; 
Stanley Crandal I, editor and publisher (I — 8) 

TIMEH ; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 2tJx2e; subscription $1; established 1871; 
J. R. Newman, editor and p"bilshf'r. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

HARTFORD, Sebasti<in Co. -O 400 

pop., 31m. S. of Fort Smith. Coalmining 

and farming. 

DEVELOPER; Fridays: democratic; 
eight pages 13x20 ; subscription $1 ; established 
May, 1900; Leon Westmoreland, editor and 
publisher (11—5). 

HAVANA, y(^ll Co. -O on Chicago, 

Rock Island & Pacific Rd., about 12 m. 
N. W. of Danville, the county seat. 
ENTERPRISE} Thursdaj's ( A A), 

HAZEN, Prairie Co. D 636t pop.— of 
township 1,915+— on Little Rock & Mem- 
phis and Choctaw Route of Rock Island 
System Rds., 44 m. E. of Little Rock. Cot- 
ton gin and creamery. 

GRAND PRAIRIE RECOUNTER; 

Fridays; independent democratic ; eight 
pe^e« 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 
December, 1901; W. A. Daugherty. editor and 
publisher. 

HEBER, o. h., Cleburne Co. ^ 800 
pop., 30 m. N. N. E. of Searcy. Saw and 



ARKANSAS. 

grist mills and cotton gin. Stock raising 

and farming. 

JACKSON IAN: Thursdays : demo- 
cratic; four pages 13x24; subscription SI; 
established 1388; George W. Reed and W. 
Howard Reed, editors and publlsberB (7—5). 

HELENA, c. h., Phillips Co. n- 12,000 
pop., on Arkansas Midland and St. Louis, 
Iron Mountain & Southern, and Yazoo & 
Mississippi, Missouri it North Arkansas 
Rds. and Mississippi r., 80 m. below Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Shipping point for lumber, 
cotton and cotton-seed oil. Manufacturing. 

WORIjD; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; democratic; 

eight pages 18x24; subscription— dally $7.50, 
weekly §1; established 187U; World Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1907 the weekly edition of this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an 
average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such detinite in- 
formation as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

BAPTIftT REPORTER; Thursdays; 
baptist; eight pages llxlfi: nubscrlption 
$1 25: establislied 1^92; W. A. Holmes, editor 
and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 co-pies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

SHIELD; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 16x22: subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1891 ; James R. Turner, editor and pro- 
prietor (1— 81. 

HERMITAGE, Bradley Co. g 84t 
pop., about 1(1 ni. S. W. of Warren, the 
nearest railroad station on St. Louis, Kan- 
sas Citj' & Colorado Rd. 
HERALD; Thursdays (A A). 

HOPE, Hempstead Co. p 4,500 pop., on 
Arkansas & Louisiana and St. Louis. Iron 
Mountain & Southern Rds.. 32 m. N. E. of 
Texarkana. Cotton compress and oil mill, 
lumber and planing mills, handle spokes 
and heading factory. 

STAR OF HOPE; semi weekly, Wed- 
nesdaj's and Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages i;Sx31: subscription $1.50; established 
18C9; Ed. McCorkle, editor; Star Printing 
Co., publishers (I — 8). 

G A ZETTE ; Thursdays ; democratic : four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.90; established 
l«84: W. W. Folsom, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

HORATIO, Sevier Co. p 62.5t pop., 
on Horatio & Southern and Kansas City 
Southern Rds., about 12 m. W. of Lockes- 
burg, the county seat. 
TI3IES-RECORD; Fridays (A A). 

HOT SPRINGS. c. h.. Garland Co. U 

19.973+ pop., on Missouri Pacific and Rock 
Island Rds., S6 m. W. S. W. of Little Rock, 
the State capital, and 5 E. of Ouachita r. 
Hot and cold mineral springs make it a 
health resort. Saw and planing mills and 



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manufacture of oilstone. Seat of the U. S. 
Army aod Navy General Hospital. Deposits 
of lead and sliver ores In vlolnlty. 

CITIZENS' DAILY BULIiETIN: 

every evening except Sunday; democratic; 
eight pages 17x22; subscription $4.50; estab- 
lished December, 1906 ; R. O. Schaef er, editor ; 
Schaefer & Adams, publishers (11— T P). 

NEWS* every evening except Sunday, 
and WfiEli.IjV, Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 17x34 ; subscription— dally $6, 
weekly $1; e^tabUfthed 1882; J. L. Wadley, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1907 the weekly edition of this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an 
average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

SENTUSELi-ltECOttD; every morn- 
ing exoeiX MoadAy ; iD^oendeQt ; el^bt jtages 
18x24; sub9C(tptioa$ii: established 1873 ; John 
Q. Hlgglns. editor and publisher (1— S). 

ARKANSAW THOMAS CAT; Sun 
days; Independent - democratic; twenty- 
eight pa^es 9x11; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1890: J. Davis Orear, editor and pub- 
lisher (8—3). 

Copies printed: 4,949 weekly in 1900. 
Since which its reports have been 
faulty, but was believed to print more 
than 2,250 \n 1907. 

ECHO; Saturdays; negro; four pages 
18x24; subscription $1.35; established 1898; 
S. S. Lockhart, editor; Echo Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

O REAR'S YELiLOVV-JACKET} 
Sundays (A A). 

MEDICAL. JOURNAL,; monthly; 
medical: forty -four to flfty-two pages 9x9; 
subscription |l; established 1892; William F. 
B-^rnart, editor; Bernart, Jelks & Holland, 
publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing 1,000 copies regularly in 
the year 1902, but has not since set up 
any claim for issuing so many. 

HOUSTON, Perry Co. D on Chicago, 
Rock Island & Pacific Rd., about 35 m. N.W. 
of Little Rock, the State capital. 

FREE-WILL BAPTIST BANNER; 

Thursdays! A A). 

HUNTINGTON, Sebastian Co. -u 
l,298t pop., on St. Louis & San Francisco 
Rd., about 22 m. S. E. of Fort Smith. 
HERALD; Thursdays (A A). 

HUNTSVILLE, c. h., Madison Co. ^ 
382 pop.— local estimate 500—30 m. E. of 
FayettevlHe. Saw and grist mills. Farm- 
ing, fruit raising and stock raising. 

MADISON CO. DEMOCRAT; 

Wednesdfvys ; democratic; four pages 15}^x22; 
subscription $1; establiBhed I6ri6; Alfred 
Hawn, editor and publisher ( 1—8). 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays; republi- 
can: four pages 15x22; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1889; W. N. Ivie. editor and pub- 
lisher. 

HUTIilG, Union Co. Q on Faimer- 

. ville & Southern and Little Rock & Monroe 

Rds., 32 m. S. E. of El Dorado. 

NEWS; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
May. 1905; C. A. Berry, editor and publisher 

(1-3). 



ARKANSAS. 



IMBODEN, Lawrence Co. \zf 42It pop., 

on St. Louis & San Francisco Rd., 10 m. N. 

of Powhatan, the county seat. Creamery. 

Cold storage. Roller mills. Agriculture. 

Methodist college. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established December, 1902; 
H. M. Phelps, editor and publisher. 

JONESBORO, c. h., Craighead Co. cf 
10,000 pop., on Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Mem- 
phis and St. Louis Southwestern Rds. , 160 m. 
from Little Rock, the State capital, and 60 
N. N. W. of Memphis, Tenn. Farming, 
wood factories and railroad shops. 

SUN; every evening except Sunday, and 
CRAIGHEAD CO. SUN, Thursdays; 
democratic; daily four pages 15x22, weekly 
eight pages 17x24; subscription —daily |3, 
weekly $1; established— daily 1904, weekly 
1888; Troutt & McNary, editors and pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: In 1899 this paper 
had credit for issuing 1,125 copies reg- 
ularly. In 1902 it was credited with 
issuing more than 1,000 copies, but no 
statement to warrant such a rating has 
ever been forthcoming. 

TINES-ENTERPRISE: every even- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEK liY, Thurs- 
days; democratic; eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription— dally $4.80, weekly $1; established 
1896; R. P. Robblns, editor; Times-Enterprise 
Co., publishers. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays (A A). 

JUDSONIA, White Co. a 600t pop., 
on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd. 
and at head of navigation on Little Red r., 
8 m. N. E. of Searcy, the county seat, and 63 
N. E. of Little Rock, the State capital. 
Fruit growing and stock raising. Ship- 
ping point. 

ADVANCE; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages l.=ix22; subscription tl; estab- 
lished 1378; G. E. Kinney, editor and publisher. 

JUNCTION CITY, Union Co. Q 
1,640 pop., on Arkansas Southern Rd., 14 m. 
S. of Eldorado. 

DEMOCRAT; Wednesdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages 16x22; subscription fl; estab- 
lished 1892; G. H. Dismukes, editor; H. E. 
Watson, publisher. 

LAKE VILLAGE, c.h., Chicot Co.R 
200 pop., on Mississippi River. Hamburg & 
Western and Memphis, Helena & Louisi- 
ana Rds., 20 m. W. of Greenville, Miss. 
Cotton and corn. 

CHICOT CO. LIFE; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages 17x24; established 1893; 
Life Publishing Co., editors and publishers 

(6-5) (A A). 

LAMAR, Johnton Co. tl 474tpop., on 
Little Rock & Ft. Smith Rd.. 4 m. E. S. E. 
of Clarksville. the county seat. Cotton, 
corn, potatoes and fruit. 

FARMERS' SENTINEL.; Fridays 

(A A). 

LiEADER; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription 75 cents; estab- 
lished 1885; Q. E. Bennett, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—3). 



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liEOIiA, Grmit Co. D 6,500 pop., 51 ra. 

N. of Pine BluCE. Corn, cotton and fruit 

raising; poultry culture. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages 17x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished February, 1907; N. S. Phillips, editor 
and publisher (7—7). 

LiESLIE, Searcy Co. d] 900 pop., on 

St. Louis & Northern Arkansas Rd., 90 m. 

N. W. of Little Rock, the capital of the 

State. Lumbering, fruit raising and 

farming. 

NEWS; Saturdays; four pages 13x20; 
«ubscription $1; established August, 1905; C. 
W. Darby, editor and publisher (9 — 5 P). 

liEWISVILLE, c. h., Lafayette Co. 

p 548+ pop., on St. Louis Southwestern Rd., 

25 m. E. of Texarkaua. Wagon factory 

and lumber mills. Cotton, corn and fruit. 

LAFAYETTE RECORDER; Thurs- 
days (A A). 
NEWS; Fridays (A A). 

lilNCOEN, ^Vashiiigton Co. >j on St. 
Louis & Sau Francisco Rd., about 40 m. N. 
of Fort Smith. 
TIMES; Fridays (A A). 

LITTLE ROCK,c.h., Pulaski Co, n 
State Capital, 38,307+ pop., on Rock 
Island, St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern and St. Louis Southwestern Rds. 
and Arkansas r., about 280 m, from its 
mouth. Most populous city in the State. 
Cotton-seed oil mills, gas works, railroad 
machine shops, cooperage shops and various 
other manufactories. United States Court 
House, School for the Blind, State Lunatic 
Asylum, Deaf Mute Institute and Methodist 
University are located here. Cotton market. 
DAILY. 

ARKANSAS DE3IOCRAT; every 
evening, and Sunday morning; democratic; 
daily eight to twenty, Sunday twenty-four 
to forty pages— daily 15x22, weekly 17x22; 
subscription— daily $4.50, Sunday $1.50; estab- 
lished 1871; Clio Harper, editor; Little Rock 
Publishing Co., publishers (12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 9,204 in 1906, 
since which it has not furnished any 
delinite and satisfactory report, biit 
was credited with more than 7,500 in 
1907. 

ARKANSAS GAZETTE: every 
morning, and W E E K Li Y, Thursdays; 
democratic; daily eight, Sunday sixteen to 
twenty, weekly twelve pages 16x22; sub 
scription— daily $6.50,, Sunday $2, weekly $1 ; 
established 1819; J. N. Heiskell, editor: Ga 
zette Publishing Co., publishers (2—5). 

Copies printed: daily, 10,284 in 1905 

11,629 in 1906 

13,427 in 1907 

Weekly, 7,682 in 1904 

7,922 in 1906 

8,626 in 1907 

WEEKLY. 

ARKANSAS BAPTIST; Thursdays; 
baptist; sixteen pages 10^x14; subscription 
$1.50; established April, 1906; C. R. Powell, 
editor; Baptist Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (4—6 P). 

ARKANSAS ECHO; Fridayg;German: 
democratic; twelve pages 17x22; subscription 



ARKA XSAS— Little Rock. 



$1.50; established 1891; C. Meurer, editor; 
Echo Publishing Co., publishers (6—5). 
ARKANSAS STAATS ZEITUNGi 

Fridays; German; independent; eight pa^es 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1878; 
Geo. Doerner. editor; Arkansas Staats Zelt- 
ung Publishing Co., publishers. 

BAPTIST ADVANCE; Wednesdays; 
baptist; sixteen pages 11x16; subscription 
$2; established 1899; A. J. Barton, editor; 
Advance Publishing Company (Inc.), pub- 
lishers (2— 4). 

Copies printed: 4,550 weekly in 1903, 
and 5,113 in 1904, and believed in 
1906 and 1907 to have issued more 
than 4,000 copies. 

BAPTIST VANGUARD; Thursdays; 
baptist; four to eight pages 13x20; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1882; Joseph A. Booker, 
editor; Arkansas Baptist College, publishers 

(5-6 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies reg- 
ularly in the year 1904, but has not 
since set up any claim for issuing so 
many. 

GOSPEL. MISSIONARY; Thursdays 

( A Ai. 

LANDMARK BAPTIST; Thursdays; 
baptist; sixteen pages 11x15; subscription 
$1.50; established 1S80; W. A. Clark, D.D.. 
editor; Arkansas Baptist Publishing Co., 
publishers (12—4) (A A). 

MOSAIC GUIDE; Saturdays; republi- 
can; six pages 13x20; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1889; D. G. Hill, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—5). 

Copies printed. No definite satis- 
factory report was ever received from 
this paper, but it was believed in 1906 
and 1907 to have printed more than 
2,250 copies.- 

REPORTER: Saturdays (A A). 

SEARCHLIGHT; Thursdays; temper- 
ance; eight pages ilxl4; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1898; J. E. Mason, editor; Search- 
Light Publishing Co., publishers ( 2—3). 

Copies printed: Not less than 3,000 
in 1 90 1, average issue 6,249 in 1900. 
Credited with issuing more than 2,250 
weekly in 1906 and 1907. 

STATE REPUBLICAN; Fridays; r«- 
publican; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1893; G. L. Mallory, editor; Re- 
publican Publishing Co.. publishers (l—"i). 

Copies printed: 3,150 in 1903, for 
1904 actual average 5,252 and credited 
with issuing more than 4,000 copies 
in 1906 and 1907. 

WESTERN .METHODIST; Thurs 
days; methodist episcopal; sixteen pages 
101^x14^; subscription $1.50; ef^tablished 1881 
as Arkansas Methodist; J. A. Anderson, A. 
C. Millar and P. R. Eaglebarge, editors; An- 
derson, Millar & Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 7,500 in 1905, and ever^"- 
year since, up to and including 1907. 

MONTHLY. 

ARKANSAS HOMESTEADt 

monthly; agricultural; sixteen pages 9x13; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1900; S. L, 
Kay, editor and publisher (12 — 4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 8,930 in_ 1901 
and 14,504 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 12,500 in 1907. 

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monthly; educational; twenty-eight pages 
9x12; subscription $1 ; established 1896; W.J. 
McIIwain, editor and publisher (2—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,333 in 1900, 
of over 1,000 in 1902, since which time 
it has not furnished a definite and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for the 
years 1906 and 1907. 

ARKANSAS SUNDAY SCHOOL 
HERALD; monthly; undenominational; 
sixteen pages 7x10; subscription 25 cents; 
established September. If05; W. Fred Long, 
editor and publisher (13—5). 

Copies printed: 1,150 in 1904, 1,250 
in 1905, 1,445 in 1906 and 1,516 in 
1907. 

BEACON LKJHT; monthly; odd-fel- 
lowship: eight pages 9x12; subscription $1; 
established 1894; E. C. Hatfield, editor and 
publisher (12— 4) 

Copies printed: 2,000 monthly in 
1902, and 3,510 in 1904. In 1906 and 
1907 believed to issue more than 2,250 
copies. 

i>IASONIC TROWEL; monthly; ma- 
sonic: sixteen pages 9x12; subscription $1; 
•stablished 1887; George Thornburgh, editor 
and publisher ( 1— fi). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2.300 in 1904, 
and 2,058 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

JOURNAL OF THE ARKANSAS 
rHEDICAL SOCIETY; monthly: medi- 
cal; forty eight pages 6x9; established June 
1904, as Bulletin of thp, Arkansas Medical 
Society; Arkansas Medical Society, editors 
and publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

SOUTHERN KREEZIi:; monthly: 
flfty-six pages 6x9; subscription $1; estab 
lished June, 1906; The Robert L. Rogers Pub- 
lishing Company, editors and publishers 

(6-6 P) (A A). 

QUARTERLY. 

SKETCH BOOK; quarterly; art, lit- 
erature; one hundred and ten pages 7x10; 
subscription $1; established July, 1906; Mrs. 
Bernie Babcock, editor and publisher (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: 2,000 in 1Q07 
Publislier's announcement.— The Skktch 
Book Is tl^e hand«omeBt publication in the 
South, and the only distributing medium 
for strictly high-class advertising in Ar- 
kansas. It hasten thousand quality readers. 

LOCKESBURG, c. h., 5e«;ter Co. jH 

550+ pop., 140 m. W. S. W. of Little Rock, the 

State capital. Cotton-shipping point and 

general farming. 

ENTERPRISE; Wednesdays; four 
pages 16x23; subscription $1; established 
February, 1902; O. T. Graves, editor and pub- 
lisher (6—5). 

LONOKE, c. h., Lonoke Co. n 961t 
pop.— of township 2,645+— on Chicago, Rock 
Island & Pacific Rd., 23 m. E. of Little 
Rock, the State capital, and 110 W. of 
Memphis, Tenn. Saw and grist mills. Cot- 
ton and rice-shipping point. 
DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 



ARKANSAS. 



eight pages 17x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1872; Bradford & Bradford, editors and 
publishers (1—8). 

LEDGER; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1: established 
1902; R. F. Wair, editor and publisher (2-6), 

LTTXORA, Mississippi Co. [3' 943t 
pop., on St. Louis & San Francisco Rd., 
and Mississippi r., 5 m. N. of Osceola, one 
of the county seats. Lumber, cotton, po- 
tatoes, alfalfa and corn. 

C0M310NWEALTH; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages U}^x'i2l4; (subscription 
$1; established 1904; T. O. Jenkins, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

Mt-CRORY, Woodrujff Co. [if 800 pop., 
on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd., 
10 m. E. of Augusta, the county seat. Agri- 
culture. 

AVOODRUFF CO. NEWS; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1 ; established April, 1901 ; Walter W. Romey , 
editor and publisher (2—8). 

MAGAZINE, Logan Co. -D 897t pop.. 
15 m. S. of Paris, the county seat. Agricul- 
ture. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; democratic; 

four pages lT}iix24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1897; R. L. Brawner, editor and pub- 
lisher (6—5). 

MAGNOLIA, c. h., Columbia Co. p 

1,614+ pop.— Of township 4,139+— on St. Louis 
Southwestern Rd., about 38 m, S. W. of 
Camden. Cotton compress and cotton 
gins, saw and grist mills. 

COLUMBIA BANNER; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1878; Emerson Publishing 
Company, editors and publishers (4— :3). 

Copies printed: 1,266 weekly in 1901, 
since which no satisfactory report has 
been recorded, but was believed to 
have printed more than 1,000 copies in 
1906 and 1907. 

NEWS; Weunesdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1; establishea 
May, 1901; Curry & Barran, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MALVERN, c. h., Hot Spring Co. a 

2,000 ( local estimate ) pop., on St. Louis, Iron 

Mountain & Southern and Hot Springs Rds., 

22 m. S. E. of Hot Springs and 43 W. S. W. of 

Little Rock, the State capital. Lumber, 

brick, cotton, corn, cereals and email fruits. 

ARKANSAS METEOR; Fridays; 

independent democratic; eight pages 13x20-, 

subscription $1 ; established 1879; Powell S. 

Carden, editor and publisher. 

TIMES-J O U R N A L ; Wednesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1888; Claude Mann, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

MAMMOTH S'PniSG, Fulton Co. 

li 1,800 pop.— of township 2,975— on 'Frisco 
Rd. Cotton, flour and shoe manufactories. 
Government fish farm. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1890; Wm. H. V. Wahlquist. editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,825 in 1907 
MONITOR; Fridays: democratic; eight 
pages 11x15; subscription $1; established 
1888; F. Walllck, editor and publisher. 
Copies printed: For the year 1901 



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ARKANSAS. 



this paper seemed to assert that it had 
kn average issue exceeding i,ooo copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

STATE LINE REPUBIilCANj 

Thursdays; republican; four pages 17x22; 
subscription $1; established 1895; Miss Alice 
Miller, editor; Miss Gladys D. Miller, pub- 
lisher. 

MANSFIELD, Sebastian Co. -n 368 

pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific and 

St. Louis and San Francisco Rds.. 30 m. S. 

of Ft. Smith. 

AMERICAN; Fridays ; eight pages 
13x20; subscription $1; established 1906; 
Brooks & Edsall, editors and publishers 

(10-6P). 

MARIANNA, c. h., Lee Co. n- 2,600 
pop., ou St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd. and L'Anguille r., at head of navi- 
gation, 26 m. N. N. W. of Helena. Cotton- 
gins and oil wells. Cotton shipping. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays (A A). 

INDEX ; Thursdays; demooratlc ; eight 
PMr«3 19x% ; subscription (1 ; established 
1«74; F. W. Snetser. editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

LEE CO. COURIER; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1890; James E. Wood, editor and 
publisher. 

OPINION ; Saturdays (A A). 

MARION, c. h., Crittenden Co. n- 600 

pop., on Kansas City. Ft. Scott & Memphis 

Rd., 4 m. W. of Mississippi r. and 9 N. W. 

of Memphis, Tenn. Farming and lumbering. 

REFORM ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
•Ight pages 18x30; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1889; Frank J. Barlow, editor and pub- 
lisher ( 1— Si. 

MARKED TREE, Poins,'tt Co. c^ 
352+ pop., on St. Francis r. and St. Louis & 
San Francisco Rd., about 43 m. N. W. of 
Memphis, Tenn. 
GAZETTE; Fridays (A A). 

MARSHALL, c. h., Searcy Co. ^ 480t 
pop., about 93 m. N. W. of Little Rock, the 
State capital, on St. Louis & North Arkan- 
sas Rd. Agriculture and zlno. 

MOUNTAIN WAVE; Saturdays;demo- 
cratlc; four pages 13x22; subscription $1; 
established 1892; Wm. A. Wenrick, editor 
and publisher. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
four pages l"<x24; subscription 01; estab- 
lished 18W); Albert Garrison, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MAYNARD, Randolph Co. cT 358t 
pop., about 11 m. N. E. of Pocahontas, the 
county seat and nearest station on St. 
Louis & San Francisco Rd. 
SENTINEL.; Thursdays (A A). 

MELBOURNE, c. h., Izard Co. t 
238+ pop., SO m. N. of BatesvlUe and about 
110 N. E. of Little Rock, the State capital. 
Cotton raising. 

IZARD CO. REGISTER; Thursdays; 
demooratlc; four pages 15x22; sabscrlptlou 
f 1 ; established 1880 ; Da%'ld Cralge, editor and 
publisher. 

TIMES; Thursdaj's; democratic; four 



pages 16x22; subscription $1; estabUahed 
I 1896; H. A. Trevathon. editor and publisher. 



MENA, c. h., Polk Co. -a 5,2.38 pop., 
on Kansas City & Southern Rd. Mining, 
timber, fruit growing and agriculture. 
STAR ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; Independent; 
daily four, weekly eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription—daily $4, weekly $1; established- 
daily 1900. weekly 1896 ; A. "W. St. John & Sons 
editors and publisher- (1—8). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for issuing 
r.349 copies regularly in 1903, and was 
believed to print more than i.ooo in 
1906 and 1907. 

N E W S - D E 31 O C R A T ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; eight to twelve pages 16x22- 
subscription $1 ; established 1895; H. P. Robie 
editor: Robie & England, publishers U— 3). 

Copies printed: For the vear 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. 

MONETTE, Craighead Co. cf 
TIMES; Fridays (A A). 

MONTIGELLO, c. h., Drew Co. U^ 

2.i'0i) pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain ft 
Southern Rd., 85 m. S. E. of Little Rock, 
the State capital, and about 36 W. of Missis- 
sippi r. Saw, oil and grist mills and cotton 
compress. 

DREW CO. ADVANCE; Tuesdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1894; W. A. Moflatt, editor; 
F. P.Walker, publisher fl— S). 

MONTICELLONIAN; Fridays; dem 
ooratlc; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established lfl70; J. R. Cotham, editor; N. D. 
Gotham, publisher. 

MONTROSE, Aiihley Co. O, 100 pop., 

on Mississippi River, Hamburg & Western 

and St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 

Rds., 19 m. N. E. of Hamburg, the county 

seat. Lumber and cotton. 

TRUMPET; Eridays; negro; republi- 
can; four pages 15x22; subscription >^\; es- 
tablished May, 1902; Rex. R. Amos, editor and 
publisher. 

MORRILLTON, c. h., Conway Co. 

n 1,707+ pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Smith 
Rd., 50 m. W. of Little Rock, the State capi- 
tal, and 50 N. W. of Argenta. Cotton gin, 
saw and grist mills and cotton compress. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 15}^x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1896; C. E. Cruce, editor and publish- 
er ( 6—5). 

HEADLIGHT; Wednesdays ; demo 
cratlc; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1882; Claude Snowden, editor and 
publisher (6—5). 

MOUNTAINHOME, c. h., BaxUr 

Co. (i 800 pop., 12 m. E. of Cotter, nearest 

railroad station, an i about 60 ra. N. W. of 

BatesTllle and 110 S. E. of Springfield, Mo. 

Saw mills and cotton gins; stock raising; 

cotton, hides, avooI and produce. 

BAXTER BULLETIN; Fridays; 
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Bcrlptlon $1; established December, 1901; 
Doehrlng & Shlras, editors and publishers 
(7-5). 

BAXTER CO. CITIZEN; SaturdavB; 
democratic: eight page.4 18x30: siib»orlpti<<n 
$1; established 1880; Davis Bros., editors and 
publishers. 

Copies printed: In 1898 this paper 
had credit for issuing 1,012 copies 
regularly. In 190.3 as much was 
claimed for it, but no statement to 
•warrant such a rating came to hand 
and no such claim has been urged 
since that time. 

MOUNTAINVIEW, c. h., Stont 

Co. i 527 pop., 90 m. N. of Little Rock, 
the State capital, and 5S. of Sylamore.the 
nearest railroad station. Agriculture and 
fruit growing. 

OZARK TIMES; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 13xl9><i; subscription (1; estab- 
lished 1906, aa Republican; S. A. McCuUongh, 
editor and publisher (1 — 8). 

STONE CO. NEVVS-DEIWOCRAT; 
Fridays; democratic; four pages 22x30;7i; 
subscription $1; established 1881; Cebern 
Brooks, editor and publisher (1—7). 

MULBERRY, Crawford Co. ^ 1.500 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd., 18 m. N. E. of Vanburen, the county 
seat. Farming. Hogs and cattle. 

CRAWFORD CO. SIFTINGS; Fri- 
days; democratic; eight to twelve pages 
13x30: subscription $1; established May. 1903; 
E. L. Perkins, editor and publisher ( 1—8 ). 

TIIVIES; Thursdays (A A). 

MURFREESBORO, o. h., Pike Co. 

P iOO pop., on Little Missouri r., 14 m. N. E. 

of Nashville. Agriculture and stock raising. 

PIKE CO. COURIER : Fridays; derao- 
oradc; four pages I53c22; gubscriptfon $1; ee- 
tabll«rhed 1888; Sam Branch, editor and pub 
Usher. 

NASHVILLE, Howard Co. p 9281 
pop.— of township 2,385+— terminus of Ark- 
ansas & Louisiana Rd., 25 m. N. W. of Hope. 
Saw and grist mills and broom factory. 

NEWS ; seml-weekJy, "Wedneadays and 
Saturdars ; democratlo; four pagee 18x2U; 
Bubscriptloji $LfiO; efitabUshed ISTffi ; W. W. 
Turner, editor and puollsher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 
It has not since made any renewal 
of the claim. 

ARKANSAW TRAVELER ; Fridays 
(A A). 

NETTLETON, Craighead Co. \:^\fiQO 
pop., 3 m. S. E. of Jonesboro. Box, stave, 
shingle, handle and lumber mills; fur- 
niture factory, 

ADVERTISER; Fridays; fourtoeight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
September, 1905; McGlnnis 8l Smith, editors 
and publishers (1—8). 

NEIVARK, Independence Co. i 950 

pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
em Rd., 15 m. S. E. of BatesvlUe, the county 



ARKANSAS. 



seat. Agriculture. Flour mill, cotton gin, 

button factory and distillery. 

JOURNAI^; Fridays; democratic; four 
to eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1899; O. F. Craig, editor and publisher 

(6—5). 

NEWPORT, c. h., Jackson Co. O, 
2,866+ pop. , on Wh 1 1« and Black River Valley 
and St. Louis Iron Mountain & Southern Rds. 
and White r., 82 m. N. E. of Little Rock, the 
State capital. Saw and shingle mill, chair 
and ice factories, cotton-seed oil mil!, stave 
and broom factories, foundry and cotton 
compresses. 

DEMOCRAT; dally, and W EEKI.Y, 

Fridays (A A). 

EVENING NEWS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY. Fridays; 
democratic; dally eight, weekly sixteen 
pages 13x20; Bubsorlptlon- daily $6, weekly 
$1 ; established 1881 ; £. C. Waterman, editor 
and publisher ( A A). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
the weekly edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

INDEPENDENT; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; dally 
four to eight, weekly eight to twelve pages 
18x24; subscription— daily $6, weekly $1: es- 
tablished February, 1901; Percy H. Van 
Dyke, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1904 
the weekly edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information a? 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect, and admits that 
it does not keep such records as would 
make it possible to prepare an accurate 
report of the editions printed. 

JACKSON CO. HERALD; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages 18x24; Bub- 
sorlptlon 91; established 1858; T. T. Ward, 
editor and publlsfaer. 

OLA, Yell Co. -n 500 pop., on Choctaw, 
Oklahoma & Gulf Rd., 76 m. W. of Llttl* 
Rock and 9 E. of Danville, the county seat. 
Agriculture and lumber. 

HEADLIGHT; Thursdays : demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x32; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1899; Ed. L. Lucas, editor and pub- 
lisher (A A). 

NEWS; Thursdays (A A). 

OSCEOLA, c. h., Miseissippi Co. cT 951+ 
pop., on Mississippi r., 87 m. above Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Shipping point and trade center. 

PRESS; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1: established August, 1903; Lewis O. 
Mayhall. editor and publisher (1—5). 

TI^BS I Saturdays ; democratic; elaht 
pafftw 1^x20; subscription $1: establlsbed 
189: Leon Roussan, editor and publisher. 

OZARK, c. h., Franklin Co. "□ 848+ pop,, 
on Little Rook & Ft. Smith Rd. and N. 
bank of Arkansas r., 43 m. below Fort 
Smith and 126 N.W. of Little Rock, the Sta(« 



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capital. Location of Franklin Female Col- 
lege. Mining and agriculture. Shipping 
point for cotton and fruit. 
ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; demo 
cratlc; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established 1900; Eugene Stevens, editor and 
publisher ^6 — 5). 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1877; C. C. Colbum, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PARAGOULD, c. h., Oreene Co. cf 

3,3^4+ pop., on Paragould & Southeastern 
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern and St. 
Louis Southwestern Rds. Stave and wagon 
factories, saw mills and cotton gins. 
801.IPH0NE ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; demo 
oratlc; dally four to eight, weekly eight 
pages 15x22; sutwcrlption— dally $4, weekly 
|l; estAbllshed 1892; J. R. Taylor, editor and 
publisher (1—4). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for an issue 
of 1,900 in 1904, since which time it 
has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with printing more than 1,000 
copies for the years 1906 and 1907. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription 50 cents: es 
tablished 1899; Chas. H. Stuart, editor; Dem- 
ocrat Publishing Company, publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

PARIS, o. h., Logan Co. -a 836t pop.— 
local estimate 2,000— on Arkansas Central 
Rd., 50 m. E. of Fort Smith. Flour and 
cotton oil mills and cotton gins. Cotton, 
corn, oats, wheat and fruit, coal mining. 

ARKANSAS MAGNET ; Thursdays; 
four to ten pages 15x32; subscription SI: 
established 1898; M. L. Tucker, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

EXPRESS; Thursdays; democratic- 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1880; Wm. M. Greenwood, editor and 
publisher. 

PERRYVILL.E, c. h., Perry Co. n 

450+ pop., on Fourche la Fave Cr., 45 m. W. N. 
W. of Little Rock, the State capital. River 
steamboats land here. Lumber mill. Agri- 
culture and timber. 

NEWS; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 16x22; subscription $1; established 
1894; Wm. T. Gadd, editor; W. L. Qadd, pub 
Usher. 

PIGGOTT, c. h., Clay Co. cf 195t pop., 

on St. Louis Southwestern Rd., 26 m;^.E.of 

Paragould. Agriculture and stock raising. 

BANNER; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22: subscription $1; established 
1891; G. E. "Williams, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 



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an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

PIKE CITY, Pike Co. p 703t pop., on 

Southwestern Arkansas & Indian Territory 

Rd. Planing mill, mining and farming. 

CANNON BALL. ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1885; F.S.Patterson, editor; Can- 
non Ball Publishing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper has on 

two occasions indicated a desire to have 

I credit for issuing more than a thousand 
copies regularly, but such definite infor- 

j mation as would warrant such a rating 

I has not been forthcoming. 

' PINE BLUFF, c. h., Jefferson Co. a 

11.4%t pop., on St. Louis Southwestern and 
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rdy. 
and S. bank of Arkansas r., at head of low 
water navigation, 42 m. S. S. E. of Little 
Rock, the State capital, and 120 from the 
mouth of the river. Cotton is the staple 
product and is shipped largely. Carriages, 
flour, lumber, cotton-seed oil and brick. 

COMMERCIAL; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEK L. Y, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; daily eight to ten pages 20x26, weekly 
sixteen to ihirty-two pages 1.5x22; subscrip- 
tion—daily $7.50, weekly $1.50: established 
1868; Charles Gordon Newman, editor; E. G. 
Newman and E. W Freeman, publishers 
(1-7). _ 

Copies printed: daily: This paper 
had credit for an average issue of 
1,000 in 1903 and 1,805 in 1906, since 
which it has not furnished any definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credit- 
ed with more than 1,000 in 1907. 

GRAPHIC; every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLiY, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; daily and weekly eight pages 15x22, 
Sunday sixteen pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily S7.50, Sunday SI. 50, semi-weekly $1.50; 
established — daily 1893. semi-weekly 1887; 
J. W. Adams, editor; Adams Printing Co., 
publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
three occasions indicated a desire to 
have credit for issuing more than a 
thousand copies regularly for its daily, 
and has once claimed as much for its 
semi-weekly, but such definite informa- 
tion as would warrant such a rating 
has never been forthcoming. 

MORNING COURIER; every morn- 
ing except Monday, and W^EEKLY, Mon- 
days ; democratic ; eight pages 13x20; subscrip- 
tion—daily $6. weekly $1; established 1898; 
E. H. Plummer, editor and publisher (A A). 
Copies printed: For the year 1903 
the weekly edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

MORNING NEWS; every morning ex- 
cept Monday (▲ ▲ ). 

H E R A li D ; Saturdays; republican; 
negro; four pages 15x22: subscription $1; 
established 1900; J. C. Duke, editor; Herald 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

POST; Saturdays (A A). 



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ARKANSAS. 



PRESS - EAGLiE ; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 22x28; subscription $2; 
established 1868 ; Arthur Murray, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,562 for the 
year 1895, but has not since made claim 
to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

POCAHONTAS, c. b.. Randolph 
Co. cf 9tJi+ pop., on Hoxie, Pocahontas & 
Northern, and St. Louis, Memphis & South- 
eastern Rds., 5 m. N. of Walnut Ridge. 
Agriculture. 

NEWS-HERAIiD; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established— A eirs 1394, Herald 1881; consoli- 
dated July, 19i)3; V. G. Hlnton, editor and 
publisher (12—4). 

Copies printed: No satisfactory cir- 
culation report ever came from, this 
paper, but it has been credited since 
1903 with regular issues exceeding 1,000 
copies. 

STAR; Fridays; local; eight pages 18x24: 
subscription $1; established September, 1904; 
L. F. Blankenshlp, editor and publisher 
(■J-5 P). 

PRAIRIE GROVE, Washington 
Co. \2 ^51+ pop., on St. Louis & San Fran- 
cisco Rd., 10 m. W. of Fayettevllle, the 
county seat. 
HERALD; Thursdays; democratic; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 

January, 1903; M. L. Hlldebrand, editor and 

publisher (1—7). 

PRESCOTT, c.h., Nevada Co. P2,0(i5t 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 
Prescott & Southern Rds., 31 m. S.W. of 
Arkadelphla. Saw and grist mills and cot- 
ton gin. Shipping point for live stock and 
produce. 

COTlMERCIAIi; Thursdays (A A). 

NEVADA NEWS; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 13x24; subscription $1; 
established October, 1905; H. B. McKenzie, 
editor and publisher (1—7 P). 

PRINCETON, c. h., Dallas Co. g 168t 

pop.— of township 1,090+— 45 m. W. of Pine 

Bluff and 65 S. W. of Little Rock, the State 

capital. Farming. 

DALLAS CO. NEWS; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established September, 1905; Silas Benson 
Lee, editor and publisher (10—5 P). 

QUITMAN, Cleburne Co. t] 656t pop., 

14 m. S. W. of Heber, the county seat. 

Farming. 

CLEBCRNE CHRONICLE; Satur 
days; six pages 15x22; subscription $1; es 
tabllshed 1906: C. A. Monroe Meadows, editor 
and publisher (9—6 P). 

RECTOR, C/aj/ Co. [3-1,627 pop. in 
1904, on St. Louis Southwestern Rd., 18 m. 
N. E. of Paragould. Fruit, cotton, corn, 
wheat and hay. 

CLAY CO. NEWSBOY: Saturdays; 
democratic: eight pages 17x24; subscription 
$1; established 1899; Frank M. Daulton. edi- 
tor; Frank M. Daulton & Son. publishers 
(1-7). 

VITASCOPE; Saturdays; six pages 
15x2a; gubscrlption $1; established 1895; Mrs. 
8. E. C. Cox, editor and publisher (6— 5). 



ARKANSAS. 



RED BIRD, Montgomery Co. -D 

MOUNTAIN JOURNAL: Saturdays 

(A A). 

RISON,c. h., Cleveland Co. g 453+ pop., 

on St. Louis Southwestern Rd., 23 m. 8. by 

8. W. of Pine BluCT. Agriculture. 

CLEYELAND CO. HERALD 1 Thurs- 
days; demuoratto; four pages 20x26; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1888; W. J. Stanfield, 
editor and publisher (8—5). 

ROGERS, 5cn<on Co. tl2,158t pop., on 
Bentonville and St. Louis & San Francisco 
Rds., 80 m. N. of Fort Smith. Flour mills 
and frult-evaporatlng establishments. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 2i)x26; subscription %\; estab- 
lished 1881; Funk & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

JOUKNAL; Saturdays; Independent; 
einht pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished April, 1901; Adams & Marcum, editors 
and publishers. 

FREE PRESS ; Thursdays; Indepen- 
deui; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1887 as Republican ; A. J. Ward, 
editor; Free Press Printing and Publishing 
Co.. publishei s (1— 3). 

Copies printed: For the j^ear 1907 
this paper seemed to assert tliat .it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
inforijiation as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

RUSSELL VILLE, c.h., Pope Co. b 
3,000 pop., on Little Rock 8c Ft. Smith and 
Dardanelle & Russellvllle Rds., near Ar- 
kansas r,, about 75 m. W. N. W. of Little 
Rock, the State capital. Cotton, saw, grist 
and flour mills, ice factory, iron foundry 
and coal mines. 

COURIER- DEMOCRAT; Thurs- 
days: democratic; eight pages 15x22: sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1875; J. A. Living- 
ston, editor and publisher (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: No satisfactory cir- 
culation report ever came from this pa- 
per, but it was credited with issuing 
more than 1,000 copies weekly in 1906 
and 1907. 

RECORD; Wednesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x18; subscription $1 : established 
1900; C. W. Dodd, editor and publisher (6—5). 

ST. PAUL, Madison Co. v, 3«5t pop., 

on St. Louis & San Francisco Rd., 18 m. S. 

of HuntBvllle, the county seat. Lumber, 

fruit growing and farming. 

MOUNTAIN AIR; Saturdays; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1894; E. F. Shlnn, editor and publisher. 

SALEM, c. h., Fulton Co. ^ 600 pop., 

about 20 m. W. of Mammoth Spring, the 
nearest railroad point on Kansas City, Ft. 
Scott <fe Memphis Rd. Fertile soil, mineral 
deposits and timber lands. 

BANNER; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 17x24; subscription $1; established 
1880; H. A. Trevathan, editor and publisher 
(1—8). 

SUN J Saturdays (A A). 

SEARCY, c. h., WTiite Co. a l,995t 
pop., on Searcy & West Point Rd. and Little 
Red r., about 55 m. N. E. of Little Rock, 
the State capital. Sulphur, chalybeate and 



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alum springs make it a rosort for invalids. 

Kducation:il center. Shipping point for 

fruit, strawberries, pork and cotton. 

CITIZEN ; every evening except Sunday, 
«nd WHITE t'O. CITIZEN, Wednes- 
days; democratic; daily four, weekly eight 
pages 13x20; subecripuon— daily $4, weekly 
tl; established— daily 1S90, weekly 1854; J. J. 
Baugh. editor and publisher (10— 5 P). 

SHERIDAN, c. h., Grant Co. D 210t 
pop., 25 m. W. of Pine Bluff ana about 38 
S. of Little Rock, the State capital. Agri- 
culture. 

HEADLIGHT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1: estab- 
lished 1881; R. R. Adams, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SILOAM SPRINGS, Benton Co. ^ 

1,748+ pop., on Kansas City, Pittsburg & 
Gulf Rd., 30 m. S. W. of Bentonvllle, the 
county seat. Saw and grist mills and 
various manufactories. Summer resort. 

REPUBLICAN; daily, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays; republican; four pages 
17x24; subscription— dally $3, weekly $1; es- 
tablished 1892; L. B. Powell, editor; Slloam 
Springs Printing Co.. publishers (3—7). 

HERALD-DEMOCKAT; Thursdays; 
democratic; four to twelve pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1; established 1879; A. W.Perrine, 
editor; Perrlne Printing Company, publish- 
ers (1—6). 

Copies printed; Actual average 1,621 
copies in 1902 and 2,036 in 1905 and 
1906, and is credited in 1907, in the 
absence of any report, with exceeding 
1,000, 

OZARK FARM AM) FRUIT 
BE1.,T; monthly; horticulture; twenty- 
eight pages 8■}ixll^; subscription 23 cents; 
established 1897; A. W. Perrine, editor; The 
Perrlne Printing Co., publishers (4—6 P) 
(AA). 

W^ORLD WIDE REVIVAL; month- 
ly (A A ). 

SMITHVILiLE, Lmorence Co. cf 300 
pop., 8 m. S. E. of Powhatan, the county 
seat, and 13 S. W. of Imboden, on St. Louis 
& San Francisco Rd., nearest railroad sta- 
tion. Agriculture and mining. 

HOMECROFTERj Wednesdays; agri- 
culture; twelve pages SMxUH; subscription 
$1; established 190() as Mining Microcosm; 
Dr. John R. Barnett, editor; The Lincoln 
Mining and Milling Association, publishers 
(10— 7 P). 

SPRIN6DAL.E, Washington Co. ^ 

l,251t pop.— of township 2,966+— on St. Louis 
& ^ian Francisco Rd., 10 m. N. of Fayette- 
Tllle, the county seat. Flour mill, marble 
and lumber yards and eanning establish- 
ment. Seat of a Baptist college. 

NEWS; Fridays ; independent ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription #1; established 1887; 
Philips & Renner, editors and publishers. 

STAMPS, Lafayette Co. p 1,081 pop., 
on Louisiana Sl Arkansas and St. Louis 
Southwestern Rds., 8 m. E. of New Lewis- 
vlUe, the county seat. Agriculture. 

LAFAYETTE CO. DEMOCRAT; 

Fridays; democratic; four pages 17x34; sub- 
scription $1; established September. 1905; J. 
A.Thomas, editor and publisher (10—5 P). 

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STAR CITY, c. h., Lincoln Co. O, «51t 
pop., 30 m. S. S. E. of Pine Bluff. Cottoa 
gin. Farming and cotton. 

LINCOLN COUNTY ENTER- 
PRISE; Fridays; local; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established August, 1903; 
Alex. Boyd and W. F. Norton, editors and 
publishers (2—5 P). 

LINCOLN LEDGER; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1679; H. R. Lucas, editor and 
pabllaher. 

STEPHENS, Ouachita Co. g 407 pop., 

on St. Louis Southwestern Rd.. 18 m. 8. W. 

of Camden, the county seat. Cotton. 

NEW^S: Fridays; democratic; four pages 
15x12; subscription $1; Charles J. Parker, 
editor and publisher. 

STRONG, Union Co. q on New Or- 
leans & Northwestern Rd., about 23 m. S. E. 
of Eldorado. 

ARKANSAS JOURNAL ; Wedneg- 
days(AA). 

STUTTGART, Arkansat Co. 01,258! 
pop., on St. Louis Southwestern and Stutt- 
gart & Arkansas Rirer Rds., 36 m. N. E. at 
Pine Bluff and 90 E. by S. K. of Little Rock, 
the State capital. Com, oats, peas and baling 
of grass hay. Farming and stock raising. 

FREE PRESS; Thursdays; democratic: 
eight pages 15x23; subscription $1; established 
1884; Free Press Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in* 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

GERMANIA; Thursdays; German; four 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1895; M.Buerkle, editor; L.Buerkle, publisher. 

TEXARKANA, o. h., Miller Co. p 

20,000 pop,, on Kansas City Southern, St. 
Louis. Iron Mountain & Southern, St. 
Louis Southwestern, Interuatl<»nai & Great 
Northern, Texas & Pacific and Texarkana, 
Shreveport & Natchez Rds., 145 m. S, W. 
of Little Rock, the State capital. Part 
of the town lies in Bowie County, Texas, 
each part being a separate municipality, 
but the post-oftlce is situated In the Ar- 
kansas portion. Machine and boiler works, 
ice factories, creosotlng works and cottoa 
compress. Pine lumber. 

TEXARKANIANi every evening ex- 
cept Saturday, Sunday morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays ; democratic ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$1; established 1876; O. E. and Geo. S. Val- 
llant, editors and publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
the weekly edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnisn such definite information aa 
would -warrant the accordance of a ra- 
ting to that effect. It has not since 
made any definite or satisfactory re- 
newal of the claim. 



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TUCKERMAN, Jackson Co. c/ 260t 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd., about 15 m. N. of Newport, the 
county seat. 
TIMES; Thursdays (A A). 

UMPIRE, Howard Co. P 57t pop. 

GAZETTE I Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established Oc- 
tober, 1903; J. W. Lacetteld, editor and pub- 
lisher (2—5 P"). 

VAN BUREN, c h., Crawford Co.^ 
pop. 2,573+— of township 6,261+— on St. 
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern and St. 
Louis & San Francisco Rds. and N. bank 
of Arkansas r., 180 m. W. by N. of Little 
Bock, the State capital. Saw and plan- 
ing mills, cotton gins, foundry, canning, 
wagon, cigar, ice and broom factories. 

▲R.GU8 1 every evening except Saturday; 
SUNDAY, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages— daily lSx22, weekly 
18x24; subscription— dallj- $4.50, weekly $1; 
estaDUshed— dally 1897, weekly 18T5 ; Thayer 
Bros., editors and publislierB. 

PRESS ; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x34; subscription $1; established 
1859: J. S. Dunham, editor and publisher. 

"WALDRON, c. h., Scott Co. -n 4i7t 
pop.— local estimate 2,000—45 m. S. E. of 
Fort Smith. Three steam grist mills. Cot- 
ton and farming. Lumber. 

ADVANCE- REPORTER ; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1899; Duncan & Baker, edi- 
tors and publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,085 for the year 
1906, but has not since made definite 
and satisfactory claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 

REPORTER I Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight padres 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
UitxeA 18T9; Hubert J. Hall, editor and pub- 
lisher (A A). 

SENTINEL.; Fridays (A A). 

WASP; Fridays; democratic; fourpages 
18x24 : subscription $1 ; established June, 
1901: H. N. Smith, editor and publisher (A A). 

VOICE OF THE MAGI: monthly; 00 
cultlsm; thirty-two pages 6x8^; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1905; E. H. Adams, 
editor; Magi Publishing Company, publishers 
(7—6 F). 

WAIiNUTRIDQE, Lawrtnee Co. cT 
1,325 pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Rd., 40 m. N. N. E. of Newport and 
120 N. E. of Little Rock, the State capital. 
Saw mills, cotton gins and wagon factory. 
BLADE; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x32 ; subscription (1 ; established 
1889; J. C. Riley, editor and publisher (1—8). 



ABKANSAS. 



'WARREN, c. h., Bradley Co. g 3,212 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd., about 8 m. W. from Saline r. and 
50 S. of Pine Bluff. Cotton grrowlng and 
lumbering. 

D E M O C R A T-N E W S ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; twelve pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established— Democrat 1863, News 1885; 
J. A. Watkins, editor and publisher (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to 
have credit for issuing more than a 
thousand copies regularly, but such def- 
inite information as would warrant such 
a rating has never been forthcoming. 

"WASHINGTON, c. h., ffemp$tead 

Co. p 374+ pop., on Arkansas & Louisiana 

Rd.. 10 m. N. W. of Hope. Farming. 

TELEGRAPH; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 18x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1840; James W. Ellis, editor; Tele- 
graph Publishing Co., publishers. 

WYNNE, Cross Co. D- 1,631+ pop.-of 
township 3,299+— on St. Louis, Iron Mountain 
& Southern Rd., 46 m. W. of Memphis, 
Tenn. Farming. 

PILOT; Saturdays; four pages 15x22; 
subscription $1 : established 1897 ; E.G.Fergu- 
son, editor; C. P. Saffho, publisher. 

PROGRESS; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished August, 1904; J. F. Grist, Sr., editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

LIFE LINE} semi-monthly (A A). 

TELLVIIiLiE, c. h., Marion Co. b »78t 
pop., about 120 m. N. by E. of Little Rock, 
the State capital. Mining and agriculture. 

MOUNTAIN ECHO; Fridays; demo 
cratio; four pe^es 15x22; subscription tl; 
established 1686; J. H. Hand, editor; The 
Mountain Echo Publishing Co.. publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year^ 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issoie exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1899; J. D. Wickersham, editor and 
publisher. 

ZINC, Boone Co. i 28t pop., on St. 

Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd. 

OZARK 3IINER AND INVESTOR; 

monthly; mining; real estate; twelve to 
twenty pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1906 as Weekly Miner; I. B. Muchmore, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 



CALIFORNIA. 



Population 1,485,053 1. Land Area 155,980 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by Oregon, east by Nevada and Arizona, south by Mexico 
(Lower California), and west by the Pacific Ocean. State capital: Sacramento. 
JPrincipal products and industries: Gold miningr, tropical fruits, wines, agricul- 
ture and general manufacturing. Number of newspapers and other period- 
icals (March 30, 1908), 736, divided as follows: Daily, 137; tri-weekly, 2; semi- 
weekly, 23; weekly, 463; bi-weekly, 1; semi-monthly, 9; monthly, 95; bi- 
monthly, 2; quarterly, 3. 

The cities of over 10,000 population, according to the United States census of 
1900 (t), are as follows: 



San Francisco 342,782+ 

Los Angeles 102,47»+ 

Oakland 66,960+ 

Sacramento 29,282+ 

San Jose 21,500+ 



San Diearo 17,700+ 

Stockton 17,506+ 

Alameda 16,464+ 

Berkeley 13,214+ 

Fresno 12,470+ 



ACTON, Lot Angeles Co. P IM pop., 

on Southern Pacific R(l.,55 m. N. of Los An- 
geles, the county seat. Gold mining and 
agriculture. 

ROOSTER; monthly; republican; four 
pagres 13x18 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 
1887: R. E. Nickel, editor and publisher. 

ADIN, Modoe Co. b 314+ pop. (of town- 
ship). 65 m. E. of Sisson and 30 S. W. of 
Alturas, the county seat. Saw and plan- 
ing mills. Farming and stock raising. 

AROUSi Thursdays; Independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
18B2; E. S. Plckard, editor and publisher. 

AliAMEDA, Alameda Co. -a 30,000 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. and 
Ban Francisco bay, 11 m. E. S. E. of San 
FranolBco. Residences of San Francisco 
business men. Shipbuilding and petroleum 
and borax refining. 

ARGUS I every evening except Sunday; 
rspublican; eight to twelve pages 20x26; sub- 
scription t4.80; established VfTI; J. S. Mc- 
Dowell, editor and publisher (1—6). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paer seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

GOLDEN STATE EAGLE; monthly 

(▲A). 

ALHAMBRA, Los Angeles Oo. g 

1,000 pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 8 m. 

B. by N. of Los Angeles, the county seat. 

Agriculture. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays; four pa«e« 
lSx2S: subscription %\; established 189S; H. E. 
LAwrence, editor; Adrocate Publishing Co., 
pabUsbers. 

AliTURAS, 0. h., Modoc Co. 6 l,2»9t 
pop. (of township), on Nevada, California 
* Oregon Rd. Agriculture, stock raiaing 
and fruit growing. 

MODOC REPUBLICAN; Fridays 

(A A). 
NBW ERA I Fridays; independent; eight 

Sages lSz24; Bubsorlptlon tS^eetabllshed 18S8; 
L W. Anderson, editor; C. w. Anderson Co., 
publishers. 

PLAINDEALER; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $2; 



Thompson, editor and 



established 1896; Wm. 
publisher. 

ANAHEIM, Orange Co. g l,458t pop. 

—of township 3.261+— on Southern Califor- 
nia and Southern Pacific Co'sRds., 28 m. 
8. E. of Los Angeles and in Santa Ana Yal- 
Isy, 12 m. from the Paoifls Ocean. Qrapes, 
oranges, nuts and lemons. Manufactures 
of dried fruits, wines, sugar and farm 
implements. 

GAZETTE ; Thursdays ; indepsndsnt- 
republlcan; four pages 20x26; subscription 
t3; established 1^; Henry Kuchel, editor 
and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1898 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

ORANGE CO. PLAINDEALERi 

Saturdays; republican: four pages 17x24; 
subscription $1.50; established 1898; J. E. 
Valjean, editor and publisher. 

(Topics printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

ANDERSON, SJiatta Co. b l,610t pop. 
(of township), on Southern Pacific Co's 
Rd., 23 m. N. of Red Bluff. Manufactures 
of wagons and carriages and a flour 
mill. Agriculture, lumbering and fruit 
growing. Prunes In abundance. 

ANDERSON VALLEY NEW8| 

Thursdays; Independent; four pages 18x24; 
subscription %2\ established 1883: A. L. Price, 
•ditorand publisher. 

ANGELS CAMP, Calavtras Co. n 
4,388+ pop. (of township), on Sierra Rail- 
way, about 15 m. N. W. of Sonora. Rich 
mines of gold-bearing quarts. Fruitgrow- 
ing. 

ANGELS RECORD; Saturdays; eight 
pages 13x30; subscription $2; established 
1899; S. A. Hoffman, editor and pubUsher. 



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CALIFORNIA. 



ANTIOCH, Contra Costa Co. -n 1,525 
pop., on Southern Pacific and Sante Fe Rds. 
and E. end of Sulsun bay, near mouths of 
Saoramento and San Joaquin rs., 19 m. E. of 
Martinez, the county seat, and 54 E. of San 
Francisco. Steamers dally to San Fran- 
cisco. Shipping point for coal and grain. 
Agriculture and manufacturing. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages 15x22; subscription $2; 
established 189!}; B. F. Stead, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

LSOUERt Saturdays; democratic; eight 

fiages 18x34; subscription $2.50; established 
870; C. F. Montgomery, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

APPLEGATE, PJacer Co. n- on 
Southern Pacific Rd., 42 m. N. E. of Sacra- 
mento. 

BIBL.E REVIEW J monthly; occult- 
ism; forty-eight pages 6x9; subscription 
$1.50; Hiram E. Butler, editor; Esoteric Fra- 
ternity, publishers (1—8). 

ARBUCKLE, Colusa Co. a 562t pop., 
on Southern Pacific Rd.,40m.N. of Sacra- 
mento, the State capital. 

PLANTER; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 17x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished March. 1905; W. W. Felts, editor and 
publisher (1—7), 

ARCATA, Humboldt Co. \j 952t pop., 

on Areata & Mad River Rd., at head 

of Humboldt bay, 12 m. N. of Eureka, the 

oounty seat, and 350 from San Francisco. 

oonneoted by steamboats. Shipping point 

for redwood lumber. 

UNION; Saturdays; republican; four 
paKes30z24; subscription $2 ; established 1886; 
L F. Wiley and R. M. Wiley, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

ARLINGTON, Riverside Co. R 

l,056t pop. 

NEWS; Thursdays; four pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established November, 1905; 
Hlldreth Bros., editors and publishers 
(1-6 P) (A A). 

ARROYO GRANDE, San Luis 

Obitpo Co. p 3.319+ pop. (of township), on 
Pacific Coast Rd., 16 m. 8. E. of San 
Luis Obispo, the oounty seat. Bituminous 
coal mines and sulphur springs In 
▼iolnlty. Agriculture and dairying. 

H E R A Li D ; Saturdays ; independent; 
eight pages 12x18; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1887; S. Clevenger, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

RECORDER: Thursdays (A A). 

ARTESIA, Los Angeles Co. D 406t 
pop., on S. P.. Los Angeles & S. L. Rd., 5 m. 
N. of Long Beach. 
NEWS ; Fridays; independent; six pages 

13x20; subsorlption $1.50; ©stablished 1905; 

Jay C. Randall, editor and publisher (1—8). 

AUBURN, o. h., Placer Co. □ 3,500t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 86 m. 
N. X. of Sacramento, the State capital. 
Breweries and manufactures of wine. 
Mining and fruit growing. Health resort. 
The remarkable Alabaster Cave Is 8 m. 8. E. 
PLACER CO. REPUBLICAN; 



CALIFORNIA. 



Thursdays; republican; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established 1884; E. B. 
Willis, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than i,ooo copies 
regularly in the year 1904, although 
admitting that such records are not 
kept as would make it possible to pre- 
pare a deiinite and satisfactory state* 
ment of the number of copies issued- 
It has not since set up any definite or 
satisfactory renewal of the claim. 

PLACER HERALD; Saturdays ; dem - 
ocratlc; eight pages 18x24 ; subscription $2.50; 
established 1862; O. F. Beavey, editor and 
publisher. 

AZUSA, L08 Angeles Co. p 1,.500 pop. 

—of township 3,500— on Sante Fe Rd. and 

San Qabrlel r., 26 m. E. of Los Angeles, the 

oounty seat. Principal trading point of 

AEusa Valley. Fruit growing and mining. 

POMOTROPIC; Thursdays; eight pages 
18x19; subscription $1.50; established 18 •in ; L. 
P. Mitchell, editor and publisher (1-8). 

BAKERSFIEL.D, c. h., Kern Co. g 
4,836t pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. 
and Kern r., 150 m. N. E. by N. of Los 
Angeles. Railroad car shops, planing and 
fliour mills and fruit-packing establish- 
ments. Agriculture and fruit raising. 

CALIFORNIAN; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; Indte- 
pendent; daily four, weekly sixteen pages 
15x33; subscription- daily $6, weekly $2; 
eatabllshed— daily 1B91, weekly 1865; Alfred 
Harrell, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of th's paper had credit for 3,800 rcg- 
ular issues in 1895, over 2,250 in 1896, 
but has not since filed any claim t« 
printing so many as 1,000 copies. 

MORNING ECHO; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and KERN CO. ECHO, 
Thursdays; republican; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription— dally $5, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished 1886; S. C. Smith, editor; Bcho Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (10—7). 

Copies printed: For the years 1901 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

BENICIA, Solano Co.a a,731t pop. 
—of township 3,174t— on Southern Pacific 
Co's Rd. and Sacramento r., 33 m. N. E. of 
San Francisco and 56 S. W. of Sacramento, 
the State capital. Site of Government 
Arsenal and Barracks, Benicia Agricult- 
ural Works and Benicia Ship Yards and 
several religious and educational institu- 
tions. Tanneries, cement factory and 
packing houses. Agriculture. 

HERALD; Fridays; independent-re- 
publican; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1.50: established 1898; Oran A. King, editor 
and publisher. 

NEW ERA; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1876: J. M. Burke, editor and publisher. 

BERKELEY, Alameda Co. -al3,2Ut 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 5 m. 
N. of Oakland, the county seat, and about 



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8 N. E. of San Francisco. Seat of the 
State University of California and Deaf 
and Dumb and Blind Asylum. 

CALiIFORNIAN} every morning ex- 
cept Saturday and Sunday during the college 
year; collegiate; lour pages 12x"<i2; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1893; A. J. White, editor; 
Wm. Cavalier, .-uanager. 

GAZETTE; every evening except Sun 
day; twelve to sixteen pages l7J^x22J^; sub- 
scription $4; established 1873; Friend Wm. 
Richardson, editor; Berkeley Gazette Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than i,ooo copies 
regularly in the years 1902, 1903 and 
1904, but has not smce set up any 
definite or satisfactory claim for issuing 
so many. 

INDEPENDENT; every evening except 
Sunday; eight pages 15x22; subscription $3; 
established January, 1907; H. H. Macdonald, 
editor; The Berkeley Independent, publish- 
ers (10— 7 P). 

REPORTER; every evening except 
Sundays; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$4.20; established 1902; Standard Publishing 
Co., (Inc.), editors and publishers (2—6 P). 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN AD- 
VOCATE; Tliursdays; rnethodist episco- 
pal; twenty pages 9x13; subscription $1.50; 
established 1851; Freeman B. Bovard. editor; 
Western Methodist Book Concern, publishers 
(1-7) (A A). 

Copies printed: 4,807 in 1901, and 
4,688 in 1902, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has credit for issuing more 
than 2,250 copies in 1905 and 1906. 

COURIER; Saturdays (A A). 

MINING AND SCIENTIFIC 
PRESS; Saturdays; mining and elec- 
trical; flfty-two pages llj^xl6; subscription 
$3; established 1860; T. A. Rickard, editor 
and publisher (5—6) (A A). 

Copies printed: 9,310 in 1901, since 
which it has filed no report but was 
believed to issue more than 4,000 cop- 
ies in 1906. 

OCCIDENT; Wednesdays during col- 
lege year; collegiate; sixteen pages 9x12; 
subscription $1 ; established 1881; Occident 
Publiahintr Co., publishers. 

PACIFIC; Thursdays (A A). 

CALIFORNIA JOURNAL OF 
TECHNOLOGY; monthly during col- 
lege year; scientittc; sixty-eight pages 7x10; 
subscription $1; established January, 1903; 
Arthur H. Halloran, editor; Students of 
University of California, publishers. 

HOME CHIMES; monthly; house- 
hold; twenty pages 8x11; subscription 10 
cents; established January, 1905; R. G. 
O'Brien, editor; Home Chimes Publishing 
Co., publishers (4 — 5 P). 

PHILIPPINE REVIEW: bimonthly; 
republican; thirty-two pages 7xl0; subscrip- 
tion $1; established January, 19U5; V. L. Le- 
garda, editor and r)ublisher ( 1—8). 

Copies printed : 4,000 in 1907 

PELICAN ; five times a year (A A). 

UNIVERSITV OF CALIFORNIA 
CHRONICLE; quarterly, January, April, 
July and October; collegiate; eighty pages 
7x10; subscription $1; established 1898; Uni- 
versity of California, editors and publishers 
( 1— 8 ). Does not Insert advertisements. 

BIEBER, Lassen Co. [j 100 pop., on 
Pitt r., 85 m. N. of Susanvllle, the county 
seat. Cattle raising and farming. 

BIG VALLEY GAZETTE; Wednes 

days; eight pages 11x18; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1893; Nathan Bieber, editor and 
publisher. 



CALIFORNIA. 



BIGGS, £utte Co. ^ fcOO pop., on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 14 ni. S. W. of 
Oroville, the county seat, and 73 N. of Sac- 
ramento, the State capital. Grain and fruit 
shipping point. Agriculture and fruit. 
ARGUS; Fridays; independent; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $2: established 

1888; L. F. Atwater, editor and publisher 

(2-8). 

BISHOP, Inyo Co. a, 800 pop., on Car- 
son & Colorado Rd., 45 m. N. of Independ- 
ence, the county seat. Steam planing mill, 
creameries and flouring mills. Agriculture, 
fruit, grain, stock raising and bee keeping. 
INYO REGISTER; Thuisdays; inde- 
pendent-republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $3: established 1885; W. A. Chal- 
fant. editor and publisher (1—8). 

BLACK DIAMOND, Contra Costa 
Co. -a 326 pop.— of toAvnship 1,200— on South- 
ern Pacific Co's and Santa Fe Rds. and 
San Joaquin r., 15 m. N. E. of Martinez, the 
county seat. Agriculture, manufacturing 
and fish canneries. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; Independent; six 
pages 11x16: subscription $2; established 
April. 1902; W.C.Lewis, editor and publisher. 

BLUE LAKE, Humboldt Co. ^ 9*0 
pop., on Areata & Mad River Rd., 20 m. 
N. E. of Eureka, the county seat. Cream- 
ery and manufactures of redwood and 
pine lumber, shingles and stakes. Farming. 
ADVOCATE; Saturdays; eight pages 
18x24; subscription $2; established 1888; Gus 
Perigot, editor and publisher (1-8). 

BODIE, Mono Co. d- 965t pop. (of 
township), about 100 m. S. by S. E. of Car- 
son and Virginia City, Nev., and 35 m. 
from Hawthorne, the nearest railroad sta- 
tion. Gold and silver mining and milling. 
MINER INDEX; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1861; A.S.Williams, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BOULDER CREEK, Santa Cru* 

Co. -c 600 pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 
SO m. S. W. of San Jose. Lumber, wine and 
fruit. 

SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAIN ECHO; 

Saturdays; independent; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1.50: established 1896: W. S. 
Rodgers. editor; W. S. Rodgers & Sons, pub- 
lishers (3—7). 

Copies pri^jted: 566 in 1906 

BRAWLEY, Imperial Co. P 1,500 
pop., on Southern Pacific Rd. ,200 m. 8. of 
Los Angeles. Fruits, vegetables, grain and 
stock raising. 
NEWS; Fridays; republican; eight 

pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 

September, 1903; Myron D. Witter, editor 

and publisher (1—8). 

BRIDGEPORT, c. h., Mono Co. d- 
373t pop. (of township), 200 m. N. E. of San 
Francisco. Agriculture and mining. 
CHRONICLE-UNION; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages 16x23; subscription $3; 
established 1863; G. A. Montrose, editor and 
publisher. 



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CALIFORNIA. 



BKODERICK, rolo Co. n «08t 

pop., suburb of Sacramento. 

YOLO INDEPENDENT; Fridays; in 
deuendent; four page- 15x22; subscription 
$1.50; established December, 1901; John J. 
Qlacken, editor and publisher ( 1—7). 

BYRON, Contra Costa Co. -D 400 

pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 5 m. W. of 

Stockton and 70 E. of San Francisco. 

TIMES; Fridays: eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1906; H. T. Ham- 
mond, editor and publisher (3—8). 

CALEXICO, Imperial Co. q 750 

pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 240 m. S. E. 

of Los Angeles. 

CHRONICI^E; Thursday.s; republican; 
eijfht pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished July, 1904; O. B. Tout, editor and pub 
lisherCl— 8). 

CAIilSTOGA, -iVapa Co. -a 800t pop., 
on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 72 m. N. of 
San Francisco. Medicinal springs and sum- 
mer and winter health resort. Wine mak- 
ing, grape, prune and other fruit indus- 
tries. Silver, quicksilver and copper mines 
in vicinity. 

CALISJTOGIANi Fridays; Independ- 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 18T7: C. A, Carroll, editor and pub- 
lisher il— S). 

CAMPBELL, Santa Clara Co. -n 700 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 5 m. S. W, 
of San Jose, the county seat. Fruit grow- 
ing and general farming. 

INTERURBAN PRES8 j Saturdays; 
Independent; eight pages I0i^xl4; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1895; E. G. Hurlbert, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—6). 

CEDARVILLE, Afodoc Co. r^i 745 
pop. (of township), 190 m. N. N. W. of 
Reno, Nev. Flour mill. 

SURPRISE VALLEY RECORD; 

Wednesdays; independent; four pages l»>x22; 
subscription $2.50; established 1892; R. H. 
Stanley, editor and publisher. 

CHICO, Suite Co. d 2,640t pop.— of 
township 4,739+— on Southern Pacific and 
Butte Co. Rds. and Chico creek. 6 m. E. of 
Sacramento r. and 96 N. of Sacramento, 
the State capital. State Normal School. 
Flour mills, foundry, machine shop, fruit 
cannery, planing mills, soap, plow, door, 
sash, furniture and match factories. 
Trades In lumber. Farming, fruit grow- 
ing and mining. 

ENTERPRISE; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages— dally 18x24, weekly 20x:86; 
subscription— dally $6, weekly $2.50; estab- 
lished—dally 1875, weekly 1869; B. F. Arnold, 
editor; Enterprise Publishing Co.. pub- 
lishers. 

POST; every evening except Sunday; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $4; estab- 
lished October. 1905; The Briscoe-Nash Co. 
(Inc.), editors and publishers ( 11—5 P) (A A). 

RECORD; every morning except Mon- 
day; democratic; eight pages 15x22; estab- 
llshed- daily 1880; Richards & Deuel, sdltors 
and publishers (2— 3U 

ALT A CALIFORNIAN; monthly 
(AA). 



CHINO, San Bernardino Co. Q l,607t 
pop. (of township), on Southern Pacific 
Go's and Ghino Valley Rds., 20 m. W. of 
San Bernardino, the county seat. Center 
of the sugar Industry of Southern Califor- 
nia. Fruit growing and stock raising. 

CHINO VALLEY CHAMPION; Fri- 
days; agricultural; eight pages 13x19; sub- 
scription $1; established 1887; Edwin Rhodes, 
editor and publisher (6 — 5). 

CLOVERDALE. Sonoma Co. -u 750t 
pop.— of township 1,561+— on San Francisco 
& North Pacific Rd. Flour mill and soap 
factory. Wines, fruit, hop and wood re- 
gion. Quicksilver mines In vicinity. 

REVEILLE ; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1879; C. T. Coffey, editor and publisher. 

CLOVIS, Fresno Co. -a 762t pop., on 
Southern Pacific Rd., about 18 m. N. of 
Fresno. 
TRIBUNE; Fridays (A A). 

COACHELLA, Riverside Co. P, 300 
pop., 72 m. S. of San Bernardino. 

COACHELLA VALLEY' NEWS; 

Fridays (A A). 

COALING A, Fresno Co. a on 

Southern Pacific Rd„ 35 m. S. W. of Le 

Moore. 

WESTERN OIL NEWS; Saturdays; 
oil; four pages 15Ux22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished March, 1904; A. R. Macdonald, 
editor and publisher (9—6) (AA). 

COLFAX, Placer Co. n 670 pop,, on 

Nevada County Narrow Gauge and South- 
ern Pacific Go's Rds., 18 m. N. E. of Auburn, 
the county seat. Mining and fruit growing. 

SENTINEL; Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1890; H. E. .Horrish. editor and publisher 

(1-8). 

COLTON, -San Bernardino Co. C? 1,309+ 
pop.— of township l,96l+— on Southern Cali- 
fornia and Southern Pacific Go's Rds., 4 m. 
S. of San Bernardino, the county seat, and 
57 E. of Los Angeles. Flour and lumber 
mills, marble works and fruit canneries. 
Fruit culture, grain raising and mining. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
republican; four pages 15x20; subscription 
$4.50; established 1889; WillardBeebe. editor 
and publisher (3—6 P). 

CHRONICLE; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages 13x30; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1876; R. M. McKIe. editor and pub- 
lisher. 

COLUSA, c. h., Colusa Co. a 2,500 
pop.— of township 2,721— on Colusa & Lake 
Rd. and W. bank Sacramento r., 60 m. N. W. 
of Sacramento, the State capital. Flour 
mills and manufactures of agricultural 
Implements and carriages. Agriculture, 
fruit and vine culture and stock raising. 
SUN ; every evening except Sunday and 
legal holidays, and T R I - W E E K L Y, 
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 15x2i; subscription— daily 
$5, triweekly $3; established— daily 1889, tri- 
weekly 1863; Mrs. W. S. Green, editor: The 
Colusa Sun Publishing Co., publishers ( 1—8). 
Copies printed: The tri-vveekly edi- 



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tion of this paper has on four occa- 
sioins indicated a desire to have credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies regularly, but such definite infor- 
mation as would warrant such a rating 
has never been forthcoming since the 
year 1896. 

HERALD; -Fridays; eight pages; llx 
17; subscription weekly $2; established 
1898; C. E». McComlsh, editor and publisher 
7-4). 

COMPTON,^^*^"^*^** Co. Q l,683t 
pop. (.of township), on Southern Pacific 
Co'sRd., 11 m.S. of Los Angeles, thecounty 
seat. Dairy, poultry and general farming. 

ENTEK PRISE; Thursdays; Independ- 
ent; four pages 16x22; subscription $1.5(1; 
established 1895; James H. Bennett, •ditor 
and publisher (1—8). 

l.OS AKGEL.es county PRESS; 
Fridays; four pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established 1893; E. W. Hoag, editor and pub- 
lisher (6—3 P) (AA). 

CONCORD, Contra Coata Co. -a 586 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 12 m. 
E. of Martinez, the county seat. Agricul- 
ture and fruit raising. 

TRANSCRIPT; Saturdays; Independ- 
ent; four pages 16x23; subscription $1.50; 
established 1898; H. E. Griffiths, editor and 
publisher. 

CORAM, Sha$ta Co. [^ 250t pop., on 
Southern Pacific Rd., 12 m. N. of Redding. 

PRESS; every evening except Sunday; 
republican; eight pages 18x22; subscription 
$6; established 1878; Press Printing Com- 
pany, publishers (2—7) (A A). 

Copies printed: 1,587 in 1902 
2,158 in 1904 
2,328 in 1905 
2,540 in 1906 
ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; local; four 
pages 15x22; subscription S2; established Au- 
gust. 19U1; W. D. Pratt, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 
RECORDER; Wednesday6(A ▲> 

CORDELIA, Solano Co. D 300 2)op. 
on Southern Pacific Go's. Rd., 45 m. N. W. 
of San FranclBCO. Farming and fruit rais- 
ing. Stone quarry. 

X-RAY; Fridays; Independent; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1897; Charles A.Jensen, editor and publisher. 

CORNING, Tehama Co. [^ 2,2fl9t pop. 
(of township), on Southern Pacific Go's 
Rd., S m. W. of Sacramento r. and 21 S. 
of Red Bluff, the county seat. Fruit, hogs, 
cattle and sheep. Farming. 

NEW ERA ; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 16x23; subscription $2; established 1898; 
E. F. Conway, editor and oublisher. 

OBSERVER; Saturdays ; independent; 
eight pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1888; T. E. Harper, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

CORONA, >Riv«r«irf« Co. UX 3,500 pop., 

on Southern California and Santa Fe System 

Rds. and Santa Ana r., about 15 m. S. W. of 

Riverside, the county seat. Tin, fire-clay 

sewer pipe, porphyry and terra cotta. 

(Jrain, hay, honey and citrus fruits. Stone 

quarries. 

COURIER; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 



CALIFORNIA. 



lished 1887; Hildreth Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers (1—S). 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; Independ- 
ent; eight pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; 
established 1906; H. C. Cree, editor: Inde- 
pendent Publishing Company (Inc.). pub- 
Ushers (1-8). 

COTTON"WOOD, Shasta Co. b 300 

pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 18 m. N. 

of Red Bluff. Agriculture. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished July, 1901; Andrew McNamar. editor 
and puljiisher. 

COVINA,J^os Angeles Co. g 2,500pop., 

40 m. N. of Los Angeles, the county seat. 

Agriculture and fruit growing. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established 1888; J. L. 
Mathews, editor and publisher (7 — 5). 

CRESCENT CITY, c. li., Del Norf 
Co. b 1,000 pop., on the Pacific Ocean, about 
280 m. N. of San Francisco by steamer, and 
about 95 S. W. of Grants Pass, Ore. Lum- 
bermg, dairying, mining and stock raising. 

DEL NORTE RECORD; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 18*9; George Sartwell, 
editor; Mrs. N. A. Eldridge, publisher(l— 8). 

NEWS; Thursdays; republican; twelve 
pages 11x16; subscription $2; established 1889; 
JohnL. Childs, editor and publisher (1—8). 

CROCKETT, Contra Costa Co. -n, 
l,5uo pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 10 
m. W. of Martinez, the county seat. Lo- 
cated on the Straits of Garguinez. Agri- 
culture. Fruit growing. 

SIGNAL; Saturdays; four pages 15x23; 
subscription $2; established 1899 ;W.G.HaweB, 
editor and publisher. 

DAVIS, yolo Co. n 700 pop., on South- 
ern Pacific Go's Rd., 13 m. W. of Sacra- 
mento, the State capital. Extensive grain 
and fruit growing. Seat of University. 
State Farm. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 15x22; subscription $2.50; es- 
tablished 1898; W. H. Scott, editor and pub- 
lisher (2—8). 

DINUBA, Tulare Co. D 600 pop., on 

Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 25 m. S. E. of 
Fresno. Farming and fruit growing. 

ALTA ADVOCATE; semi weekly, 
Tuesdays and Fridays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1887; H. Hurst, editor and publisher (6— 5). 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 18x29; subscription $1; estab- 
lished xXovember, 1902; J. A. McDonnell, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—7). 

DIXON, Solano Co. a 783t pop., on 

Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 20 m. W. by S. W, 

of Sacramento, the State capital, and 68 

N. E. of San Francisco. Wheat growing 

and fruit raising. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; republican; four 
pages a)x26; subscription $2; establishedl874; 
H. W. Bessac, editor and publisher (8— 6). 

DOS PAIiOS, Mercea Co. D 700 pop., 
on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 23 m. S. W. of 



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Merced, the count}' seat. Grain, fruit and 

dairying. 

STA R ; Saturdays ; non-partisan ; four 
pages 15x2<! ; subscription $1 ; established 1897 ; 
W, C. Payne, editor and publisher. 

DOWNEY, Los Angeles Co. g 5,000 
pop. (of township), ou Southern Pacific 
Go's Rd., 12 m. S. E. of Los Angeles, the 
county seat. Fruit raising and agriculture. 
CHA3IP10N; Saturdays; independent- 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2; established 1888; C. H. Eberle, editor and 
publisher (2— 8). 

DISPATCH; Fridays; independent; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; estab 
lished April, liiOi; S. A. Heckethorn, editor 
and publisher (I— S). 

SSOUTHEllN CALIFORNIA 
WOODMAN; monthly; Woodmen; four 
pages 11^x19; subscription 50 cents; estab 
lished January, 1902; O. A Seay, editor and 
publisher (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,125 in 1905, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 2,250 in 
1906 and 1907. 

DO WNIEVILLE, c. n., Sierra Co. ^ 
500+ pop., 121 m. N. E. of Sacramento, the 
State capital. Quartz and gravel mining. 

MOUNTAIN MESSENGER; 

Saturdays; republican; four pages 18x24; sub 
scription $3; established 1854; W. F. Esch- 
bacher, editor; The Mountain Messenger 
(Inc.), publishers. 

DUNSMUIR, Sis/ciyou Co. a Iv^OO 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 55 m. S. 
E. of Yreka, the county seat. Railroad 
division headquarters. Lumber, agricul- 
ture and mining. 

NEWS; Saturdays; independent: four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1890; S.H.Hill, editor and publisher (1—8). 

ELCAJON, San Diego Co. p 563t pop. 

(Of township), on San Diego, Guyamaca & 

Eastern Rd., 15 m. N. E. of San Diego, the 

county seat. Health resort. Fruitgrowing. 

VALLEY NEWS; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1892 ; Cooke & Christiance, ed- 
itors and publishers (1—8). 

ELMHURST, Alameda Co. -O 1,800 
pop., 7 m. S. W. of Oakland, the county seat. 
Power station of Electric Ry. Fruit, vege- 
tables, grain, etc. 

REVIEW; Saturdays: four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1.50; established 1898; Frank 
Storer, editor and publisher (7—5). 

EL MONTE, Los Angeles Co. g 229t 
on Southern Pacific Rd., 13 m. E. of Los 
Angeles. 
GAZETTE; Thursdays (A A). 

ELSINORE, Riverside Co. P, 279t pop. 

—of township 646+— on Southern California 

Rd., 70 m. N. of San Diego and 90 S. E. of 

Los Angeles. Clay deposits. Agriculture. 

PRESS; Fridays; republican; four pages 
18x24; subscription $1.50; established 1881; 
Allen C. Keith, editor and publisher. 



CALIFORMA. 



ESCONDIDO, ^"n IHego to. Q 756t 
pop., on Southern California Rd., 35 m. N. by 
N. E. of San Diego, the county seat. Wheat 
and semi-tropical fruits. 

ADVOCATE; Fridays; republican ; 
eight pages 13x20: subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1891: A. D. Dunn, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TIMES; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 13x20 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1886; A. S. Linsay, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1899 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
he claim. 

ETNA MILLS, Siskiyou Co. b 600t 
pop.— of township 1,069+— 35 m. S. of Yreka, 
the county seat. Mining and farming. 

SCOTT VALLEY ADVANCE; 

Thursdays; independent; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $2; establisheu 1897; M. H. Bal- 
frey, editor; Balfrey Bros., publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
:his paper seemed to assert that it had 
in average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

EUREKA, c. h., Humboldt Co. ^ 11,111 
pop. —of township 13 010 — on Eel River & 
Eureka Rd. and Humboldt bay, 225 m. N. 
of and connected by steamboats with San 
Francisco. Exports large quantities of 
redwood lumber and butter. 

HERALD; every evening except Sun- 
day: Independent ; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $5; established September, 1902: 
A. K. Stone, editor; Eureka Herald Com- 
panv, publisliers (1—8). 

GUIDE AND MARKET REPORT? 
every morning except Mondays; commerce; 
provisions; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$5; estahlighed 1904; W. S. Van Cott, editor 
and publisher (11— 3 P). 

HUMBOLDT STANDARD; every 
evening except Sunday; republican: daily 
eight pages 15x22; subscription- daily$5; es- 
tablished—daily 1881; Will N. Speegle and G. 
H. Burchard, editors and publishers (2—3). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for 1,529 copies 
in 1 90 1, since which no definite and 
satisfactory record has been placed on 
file, but it was believed to print more 
tlian 1,000 copies in 1907. 

HUMBOLDT TIMES; every morning 
except Monday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days; republican; eight t<> twenty pages 18x 
21; subscription— dailv $6, weeklv$2; estab- 
lished—daily 1874, weekly 1854; Charles S. 
Milnes, editor; Times Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (12— 4). 

Copies printed: The daily editioin had 
credit for issuing 1,583 copies in 1901 
and 2,291 in 1903, and was believed to 
issue more than 1,000 in 1907. The 
weekly edition had credit for an is^ 
sue of 1,200 in 1896, of 1,600 in 1897, 
since which time it has not furnished a 
satisfactory report, but was credited 



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with printing more than 1,000 copies 
for the year 1907. 

CALIFORKIAN; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; twelve pages 11^2x17; subscription $2; 
established 1897; M. M. Vanghan, editor and 
publisher. 

LABOR NEWSi Saturdays; labor; 
twelve pages UxltJ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished February, 1905; Joseph Bredsteen, edi- 
tor and publislier (1—7). 

EXETER, Tulare Co. a 800 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 10 m. E.of Visalla, 
the county seat. Agriculture, fruit grow- 
ing and stock raising. 

SUN; Fridays; independent; six pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established Novem- 
ber, 1901; F. W. Train, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

FAL.L.BROOK, San Diego Co. Q 656t 
pop. (of townsliip), on Southern California 
Rd., 47 m. N. of San Diego, the county seat. 
Agriculture, fruit growing and stock rais- 
ing. 
REVIEW; Fridays; Independent; four 

pages 15x22; subscription $1; estatjlished 

December. 1902; G. F. Van Velzer, editor and 

publisher. 

FALL RIVER MILLS, Shasta Co. 

\d 226+ pop., on Pitt River, 50 m. W. of 

Hazel Creek, the nearest railroad station. 

FALL. RIVER TIDINGS; Fridays; 
Indepf'ndent; four pages 15x32; .subscription 
$2: established 1894; Peter S. Tlionison, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—7). 

FERNDALE, Humboldt Co. )j 1,000 
pop., 18 m. S. of Eureka, the county seat, 
and 8 from Pacific Ocean. Farming, dairy- 
ing and shipping of redwood lumber. 

ENTERPRISE ; semi weekly. Tuesdays 
and Fridays; independent; eight pages 
18x24: subscription $2.50; established 1877; 
Frost, Brigga & Butler, editors and publishers 

(1-8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

FOLSOM CITY, Sacramento Co. a 
69H pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. 
and American r., Zi m. E. by N. E. of Sacra- 
mento, the county seat and State capital. 
Agriculture and mining. 

TELEGRAPH; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 16x2:B; subscription $2; estab- 
llflhed 1856; M. F. McFarland, editor and 
publisher. 

FORT BIDWELL, Modoc Co. cf 
309+ pop., about 50 m. N. E. of Likely, near- 
est railroad station on Xevada-Callfornla- 
Oregon Rd. 

BIDWELL GOLD NUGGET; Thurs- 
days (A A). 

FORT BRAGG, Mendocino Co. -n 

1,590+ pop., on the Pacific Coast, 7 m. N. of 

Mendocino. Lumbering. 

ADVOCATE ; Wednesdays ; independ- 
ent ; four pages 18x24; subscription $2; 
established 1889; Charles J. Cavanagh, editor 
and publisher. 



CALIFORNIA. 



FORT JONES, Siskiyou Co. 6 356 

pop., 12 m. S. W. of Yreka, the county seat. 

Lumber, stock raising, farming and mining. 

FARMER AND MINER; Wednes- 
days; independent; four pages 18x24: sub- 
scription $2; established May, 1902; R. R. 
Byram, editor and publisher. 

FORTUNA, Humboldt Co. ti 428 pop., 
on Eel River & Eureka Rd., 18 m. S. E. of 
Eureka, the county seat. Lumber, fruit, 
cereals and dairying. 

ADVANCE; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages 19x22; subscription $1.50: estab- 
lished 1888; C. O. Wellock, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—5). 

HUMBOLDT BEACON; Fridays; 
republican; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.50; established March, 1902; G. A. Jasper, 
editor and publisher (I — 8). 

Copies printed: 1,968 in 1907 

FOWLER, Fresno Co. D 700 pop., on 

Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 10 m. S. E. of 

Fresno, the county seat. Farminfr and 

fruits. Shipping point for rais'ns. 

ENSIGN; Saturdays; four pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1894; Howard A. 
Harris, editor and publisher (1 — 6). 

FRESNO, c. h., Fresno Co. a 12,470t 
pop.— of township 17,239+— on Southern Pa- 
cific Co's Ed., 206 m. S. E. of San Francisco. 
Farming, sheep raising, fruit growing, wine 
and raisin making and fruit canning. 

EVENING HERALD AND DEMO- 
CRAT; every evening except Sunday; 
democratic ; eight to twenty-four pages 15x'<i2 ; 
subscription $6; established 1898; A. J. Hos- 
king, editor; Fresno Herald Publishing Co., 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,648 in 1899 
and 4,948 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MORNING REPUBLICAN ; every 
morning, and WEEKLY, Thursdajs; re- 
publican ; daily eight to twenty, weekly six- 
teen to twenty pages 20x26; subscrintion— 
daily $6. weekly $1.50; established— daily 
1887, weekly 1877; The Fresno Republican 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,644 in 1902 
and 8,776 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 7,500 in 1907. 

TRIBUNE; every evening except Sun- 
day; independent; four pages 17x22; sub- 
scription $2; established August, 1905; Horace 
J. Brown, editor; James G. Scrlpps, man- 
ager (2—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
an issue of 1,720 for the year 1906, 
but has not since made definite and 
satisfactory^ claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

GUIDE ; Mondays ; Independent ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1897; George Adam Kupfer, editor and pub- 
lisher (6— 5) (A A). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed, to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 



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cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SUNDAY MIRROR ;Saturd8ys;demo- 
cratlc; four pages 18x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablistied 1899; R. M. Mappes, editor and pub- 
lisher (I— ^). 

UNION-CITIZEN; Saturdays (A A). 

CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL, 
JOURNAL; semlmontlily; agriculture; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription SOcents; es 
tablished November, 1904; S. C. Lougvell. ed- 
itor and publisher (2—5). 

CITIZEN J semi-monthly ; Armenian ; 
twelve pages 10^x14; Bubscription $1; estab- 
lished 1902; H. Egulnlan, editor and publisher 

^Va's JOAQUIN \ ALLEY FARM- 
ER; semimonthly; agriculture, live stock; 
sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1899; Mcintosh & Fay, editors and pub 
Ushers. 

CENTRAli CALIFORNIA WOOD- 
MAN; monthly; tw^elve pages 9x12; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1902; George 
R. Andrews, editor and publisher (1—8). 
Copies printed: 2,683 in ^903 
2,108 m 1905 
1,900 in 1906 
1,900 in 1907 

FRUITVALE, Alameda Co. -a 85,000 
pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 6 m. S. E.of 
Oakland and 11 m. E. of San Francisco. 
Oil refining, mining and milling. 
PROGRESS; Fridays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1902: C. Leidecker, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

FULIiERTON, Orange Co. Q l,697t 
pop. (of township), on Southern California 
Rd., 9 m. N. W. of Santa Ana and 23 S. E. of 
Los Angeles. Fruit growing, agriculture 
and grazing. Oil wells. 

NEWS; Saturdays: republican; eight 
pages 15x23; subscription $1.50; established 
January, 1902; Vivian Tresslar, editor and 
publisher. 

ORANGE COUNTY TRIBUNE; 
Wednesdays; independent local; four pages 
20x26; subscription $1.50; established 1888; 
Edgar Johnson, editor and publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: 1,005 for year end- 
ing Janviary 28, 1908. 
Publisher's announcement.— Or&uge County 

Tribune, Fullerton— Sworn circulation. 

1,160; double that of any county weekly; 

also largest weekly; $15,000 plant; owns 

brick building; Mergenthaler linotype; 

general county paper. 

GALiT, Sacramento Co. D 900 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 27 m. S. by S. E. 
of Sacramento, the county seat and State 
capital. Timber and pipe and porcelain 
clays. Agriculture. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1881; J. J. Campbell, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WEEKLY WITNESS; Thursdays; 
Independent; four pages 24x36; subscription 
$1; established January. 1904; C. A. Cutting, 
editor; A. B. Cooper, publisher (1—7). 

GAU'D'ENA, Lob Angeles Co. p 103t 
pop., on Pomona Rd., 15 m.S. of Los An- 
geles. 

REPORTER! Thursdays; Independ- 
ent; four pages 13x20; subscription $1; fs- 
tabllshed December, 1904; H. C. Morrill, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—7). 



GARDEN GROVE, Orange Co. p 
108+ pop., about o m. S. of Loara, nearest 
station on Southern Pacific Rd. 
GAZETTE; Fridays (A A). 

GEORGETOWN, El Dorado Co. n 

915+ pop. (of townslilp), 16 m. N. of Placer- 

ville, the county seat. Mining, lumbering 

and agriculture. 

ELDORAOOAN; Fridays AA). 

GAZE T T E : Fridays; independent; 
four pages ibxti; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1680; J. C. Horn, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

GEYSERVILLE, -^o'ioma Co.<^ 246 

pop., on Calitoruia Northwestern Rd., 20 m. 
N. W. of Santa Rosa, the county seat. Stock 
raising and farming. Orchards and vine- 
yards. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; Independent; four 
pages 17^^x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1899; C. E. Kenesson, editor and publisher 
(1—8). 

GILiROY, Santa Clara Co. -O l,820t 
pop.— of township 4,003+— on Southern Pa- 
cific Co's Rd., 80 m. S. of San Francisco. 
Fruit and stock raising, dairies, packing 
houses, oil wells. 
ADVOCATE ; Saturdays; four pages 

18x24; subscription $2; established 1867; Fred 

W. and Will Blake, editors; F. W. Blake, 

publisher (7—5). 
GAZETTE: Fridays; republican; eight 

pages l3x2U; subscription $2; established 1880; 

J. F. Gawthorne, editor; Gazette Publishing 

Co., publisliers (7—5). 

GLENDALE, Los Angeles 6VP 3,C0O 
pop., on San Pedro, Los Angeles Si Salt 
Lake Rd., 6 m. W. of Los Angeles. Tile 
and Incubator factories. Fruit and vege 
table raising. 

NEWS; Fridays: eight pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1..50; established April, 19(5; Riggs 
« Sherer, editors and publishers (1—8). 

GLEN DOR A, ios^»^c/«s Co. p 582t 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka& Santa Fe Rd., 
30 m. E. of Los Angeles. 
GLEANER; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.£,0; estab- 
lished 1901; W. L. Miller, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—7). 

GONZALES,-Wbn«erej/Co.-nl, list pop. 

(of township), on Southern Pacific Co's 

Rd., 16 m. S. of Salinas. Agriculture, live 

stock and wool. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24: subscription $2; established 
1891; Charles H. Coffey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

GRASS VALLEY, Nevada Co. cf 

4,719+ pop.— of township 7,043+— on Nevada 
County Narrow Gauge Rd., 50 m. N. E. of 
Sacramento, the State capital. Quartz min- 
ing and fruit growing. 
EVENING TIDINGS; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days- independent; daily eight pages 13x20, 
weeklv eight pages 15x22; subscription— 
daily $3.50, weekly $2; established 1860; J. C. 
Tyrrell, editor; Nevada Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (2-5 P). ^„ ^ 

UNION; every morning except Monday ; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscrlptJon 



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$6 ; established 1863 ; W. F. Prisk, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

GREENVILLE, Plumas Co. cf 461t 
pop., about SUm.N.W. of Beckwith, nearest 
station on Nevada-California-Oregon Rd. 
PLUMAS STAR; Fridays (A A). 

GREENWATER, I»yo Co. P, 
TIMES; Tuesdays (A A^. 

GRIDLEY, Butte Co. ^ l,224t pop. (of 
township), on Southern Pacific Co's Rd.. 66 
m. N. of Sacramento, the State capital. Iron 
foundry, planing and flour mills, broom 
factor3' and cannery. Agriculture and hor- 
ticulture. 

HERALD; Saturdays ; Independent ; 
eight paRfs 13x20: subscription $2; estab 
Ushed 1879: W. D. Burleson, editor; Gridley 
Publishing Co., publishers (1—8;. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,067 in 1898 
and 1,469 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

GROVEL AND, Tuohimne Co. D 184 

pop., 15 m. S. E. of Sonora, the county seat. 

Agriculture. 

TUOL,U.>INE PROSPECTOR; Satur- 
days; independent: four pages 15x22; .sub- 
scription $2; established January, 1901; Al- 
bert P. Hoyt, editor and publisher. 

GUADALOUPE. Santa Barbara Co. 

t? 300 pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 

5 m. from the Pacific Coast. Agriculture 

and dairying. 

MOON ; Saturdays; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription .S2; established 19(iO; James W. 
Edrington, editor and publisher. 

GUERNEVILLE, Lonoma Co. -a 
583+ pop., on California Northwestern Rd.. 
about 20 m. W. of Santa Rosa, the county 
seat. Mining, saw mills, smelting works* 
tobacco factories, wine making. 

RUSSIAN RIVER ADVERTISER; 

Saturdays (A A). 

HALFMOON BAY, San Mateo Co. 

-a 900 pop., on the Pacific Coast, about 10 

m. W. from Redwood City, the countj seat. 

Oil fields, dairying and lumbering. 

REVIEW; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ll'^xlT^^: subscription S2; established 
April, 1904: H. E. Griffiths, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—7). 

HANFORD, c. h., Kings Co. D 2, 9291 
pop., on Santa Fe Pacific and Southern Pa- 
cific Co's Rd., about 28 m. S. of Fresno. 
Shipping place for agricultural produce. 
Raisins, orchard fruits, grain, live stock 
and wool. 

JOURNAL; everv evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI- WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 



CALIFORNIA. 



Fridays; democratic: daily eight pages 
15x22; seml-weeklv four pages <0x26; 
subscription— dailv $5. semi-weeklv $2: es- 
tablished—daily 1898. semi-weekly 1891; F. V. 
Dewey, editor ano publisher. 

Copies printed: The semi-weekly is- 
sue of this paper had credit for is- 
suing more than 1,000 copies regularly 
in the year 1897, but has not since set 
up any claim for issuing so many. 

SENTINEL; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; daily eight pages 15x22, weekly 
eight pages 18x24; subscription — daily %b. 
weekU- $2; established— daily 1896, weekly 
1886; Fred A. Dodge and J. E. Richmond, edi- 
tors and publishers (7—5). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper has on two occasions 
indicated a desire to have credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly, but such definite information 
as would warrant such a rating has 
lever been forthcoming. 

HAYWARDS, -4/a»nerfa Co. -a l,965t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 13 m. 
S. E. of Oakland, the county seat. Supply 
point for farming and fruit-raising district. 

REVIEW; semi-weekly. Tuesdays and 
Fridays; republican; six pages Uix2.3: sub 
scrlptlon $2; established 1891; Thomas D 
Calkins, editor and publisher (1—8). 

JOURNAL ; Saturdays ; four pages 
20x26; subscription $2 ; established 1877 ; 
George A. Oakes, editor ana publisher (2— 3). 

HEALDSBURG, Sonoma Co. -n 
1,869+ pop., on San Francisco & North Pa- 
cific Rd. and Russian r., 72 m. N. bv N. W. 
of San Francisco. Agriculture, minin g 
stock raising and fruit and wine. 

ENTERPRISE: Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 20x2'!; subscription $2; 
established 1876 ; J. P. McDonnell, editor and 
publisher. 

SOTOYOME SUN; Wednesdays; In- 
dependent-democratic; four pages 18x24; 
subscription SI; established 1898; J. C. 
Keene, editor and publisher (A A)- 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; .subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1886; F. W. Cooke, editor and pub- 
lisher (1-8). 

HEMET, Riverside Co. 0, 904t pop. 

(of township), on Santa Fe Pacific Rd., 38 

m. S. E. of Riverside, the county seat. 

Fruit drying and canning and mining. 

NEWS; Fridays: republican: eight pages 
13x20; subscription $1.50; establishea 1892; 
Peter Mllliken. editor and publisher. 

HIGHLAND, San Bernardino Co. O, 
lost pop., on Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe 
Rd.. about 14 m. E. of San Bernardino, the 
county seat. Fruit growing. 
3IESSENGER: Fridays (A A). 

HOLLISTER, c. h.,5anfic?i»7o Co. -n 
3,200 pop.— of township 3,800-on Southern 
Pacific Co's Rd., about 48 m. S. E. of San 
Jose. Agriculture and stock raising. 

BEE; Fridays; Independent; eight pages 
1,5x22; subscription $2; established 1685; M. 
J. Beaumont, editor and publiiher ( 1—8). 
Copies printed: 1,123 in 1903 
1,232 in 1904 
1,637 in 1907 

FREE LANCE; Fridays; repubUcan; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $2; estab 



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Uahert 1883; R. P. Stephenson, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SAN BENITO ADVANCE* Fridays; 
demoL-raiic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$-i; astabUshed 1872; Geo. E. & A. D. Shaw, 
editors and publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made ainy renewal of 
the claim. 

HOLLY"WOOD, Los A),geles Co. P 
1.000 pop., 6 m. N. W. of Los Angeles, the 
county seat. Suburban town. 

CAHUENGA VALLEY SEXTT- 
NEL; Saturdays: eight pages 11x16; sub 
8criptlon$1.50; established 1898; C.N.Whit 
aker, editor and publisher (7 — 5i. 

CITIZEN; Saturdays; four pages lGx22: 
subscription $1.50; established April, IQO.*); E. 
D. Taylor, editor; W. C. Parcher, publisher 
(5— 5 P.). 

HOLTVILLE, San Diego Co. g on 

Southern Pacific Rd., 150 m. S. E. of San 

Bernardino. 

TRIBUNEj Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 13x^0: subscription $1; established 
May, 19U5; John B. Baker, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—7). 

HONCUT, Sutte Co. [^ 663t pop. (of 

township), on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 14 

m. S. of Oroville, the county seat. Farming. 

BUTTE CO. TIMES: Thursdays: inde- 
pendent; eight pages 13x20; subscription $2; 
established 1>^1; Don B. Robb, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Orange 
Co. p 1,500 pop., on Southern Pacific Rd.,32 
m. S of Los Angeles. Peat fuel plant, can- 
nery; beet and celery growing. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1; established August. 1904; C. F. 
Walte, editor; Huntington Beach Time« Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

HUNTINGTON PARK, Los An- 

geles Co. ^ suburb of Los Angeles. 
SIGNAL.; Saturdays (A A). 

IMPERIAL, San Diego Co. g 320 pop., 
30 m. S. of Flowingwell. Fruit growing. 
STANDARD; every evening except 

Simday (A A). 
PRESS; Saturdays; irrigation and 

agriculture; ten pages 11x16; subscription 

$1; established 1901; F. G. Havens, editor; 

Imperial Press Publishing Co., publishers 

(6-5 P) (A A). 

INDEPENDENCE, c.h., Inyo Co. R 

500 pop., on Carson & Colorado Rd., about 
103 m. S. of Hawthorne, Nev. Flour, lum- 
ber and saw mills. Agriculture and fruit 
growing. 

INYO INDEPENDENT; Fridays; 
Independent; four pages 18x24 j subscrip- 



four 
Hon $4; established 1 
land, editor and publisher 



18x24: = 
Irv. H. 



Mulhol- 



INGEEWOOD, Los Angeles Co. g 
self pop. 

TIMES; Saturdays (A A). 

I ONE, Amador Co. D 1,100 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 8 m. W. of Jack- 
son, the county seat, and 133 N. E. of San 
Francisco. Timber, agriculture, mining and 
dairying. 

lONE VALLEY ECHO; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2: established 1883; J. E. Barnes, editor and 
publisher (7— 5). 

JACKSON, C.h., Amador Co. a 1,531 

pop., 50 m. S. E. of Sacramento, the State 

capital. Gold la found near by in quartz 

and placer mines. Also marble, granite, 

sandstone, coal and copper. 

A HI A DOR DISPATCH ; Fridays; 

democratic; eight pages 18x24; subscription 

$2; established 1859; Edwin C. Rust, editor 

and publisher. 

AMADOR LEDGER; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages 20x26 ; subscription $2.50; 
established 1855; R. Webb, editor; Ama- 
dor County Publishing Company, publishers. 

JAMESTOWN, Tuolumne Co. n 

385 pop.— local estimate 1,000 — on Sierra 
Rd., 5 m. S. of Sonora, the county seat. 
Lumber, fruit growing and mining. 

MOTHER LODE MAGNET ; Wednes- 
days; four pages 15x22; subscription $2 ; et- 
tablished 1897; D. L. Sayre, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

KEESEYVILLE, Lake Co. -n 994t 

pop., 60 m. N. of San Francisco. 

SUN; Tuesdays; local; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1.50; established 1902: McEwen 
& McEwen. editors and publishers (6—5 P). 

KENNETT, Shasta Co. 6 on South- 
ern Pacific Rd., 15 m. N. of Redding, the 
county seat. 
COPPER OUTLOOK; Saturdays 

(A A). 

KING CITY, Monterey Co. -n TOlt 
pop. (of township), on Southern Pacific 
Co's Rd.. about 45 m. S. E. of Salinas, the 
county seat. Saw mills. 
RUSTIjER; Fridays; republican; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 

May, 1901; F. G. Vivian, editor and publisher 

(8—5). 

KINGSBURG, Fresno Co. a 750 

pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. 

RECORDER; Wednesdays; local; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
November. 1904; P. F. Adelsbach, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

LAKEPORT, c. h.. Lake Co. -a 1.100 
pop., on Clear lake, 17 m. S. E. of Uklah 
and 120 N. of San Francisco. Mineral 
springs and quicksilver mines in vicinity. 
Agriculture and fruit growing. 

CLEAR LAKE PRESS; Saturdays; 
democratic; six pages 13x20; subscription 
$2: established 1886; Perry F. Mlllberry, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

LAKE CO. BEE; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1872; W. L. Rideout, editor and 
publislierd— 8). 



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CALIFORNIA. 



LANCASTER, Los Angeles Co. q 305 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., about 
45 m. N. by N. E. of Los Angeles, the county 
seat. Farming and fruit growing. 

ANTELOPE VALLEV GAZETTE; 

Fridays; republican; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $2; established 1888: H. W. Mel 
rose, editor and publisher. 
ANTELOPE VALLEY LEDGER; 

Saturdays; independent; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established September, 
1906: Charles E. Jones, editor and publisher 

(1—8). 

L ATON, Fresno Co. n 60 pop., on San 

Francisco & San Joaquin Valley Rd.. 18 m. 

S. of Fresno, the county seat. Farming 

and fruit growing. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 11x18; subscription $1.50; established 
December, 1901; C. F. Hoger, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

LiEMOORE, Kings Co. U l,772t pop. 
(of township), on Southern Pacific Co's 
Rd., 9 m. W. of Hanford, the county seat. 
Raisin and orchard fruit growing. 

LEADER; Fridays: independent: four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1889; Wilbur T. Dewey, editor and publisher 
(A A). 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
ten pages 13x2(); subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished August. 1905; M. L. Doss, editor and 
publisher (1—7). 

lilNCOIiN, Placer Co. D],061tpop., on 

Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 30 m. N. E. of 

Sacramento. Pottery works and fruit and 

grain growing. 

NEWS-MESSENGER; Fridays; inde- 
pendent; eight pages 16x22; subscription 
$1.50; established 1890; H. W. Bessac, editor 
and publisher. 

IjINDSAY, Tulare Co. g 500 pop., on 

Southern Pacific Co's Rd.. 15 m. S. E. of 

Vlsalia, the county seat. Agriculture and 

fruits. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; Independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
October, 1901; Henry W. Dockham, editor 
and publisher. 

LIVERMORE, Alameda Co. -n 1,493+ 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd.. about 
30 m. E. by S. E. of Oakland, the county 
seat. Grape growing, stock raising and 
farming. Coal, chrome and magnesite 
and quicksilver mines near by. 

ECHO; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.25; established 
1882; Elmer G. Still, editor and publisher 
(7-5). 

HERALD ; Saturdays ; independent- 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$2; established 1877; Arthur L. Henry, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

liODI, San Joaquin Co. n 2,000 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd.. 1 m. S. of Moke- 
lumne r. and 12 N. of Stockton, the county 
seat. Planing mills. Agriculture, fruit 
growing and wine making. 

SENTINEL; tri-weekly ; republican ; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1881; Sam B. Axtell, editor and pub- 
lisher (7-5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,058 for the year 1902, 



CALIFORNIA. 



1,062 in 1906, but has not since made 
definite and satisfactory claim to is- 
suing so many as 1,000 copies. 

HERALD; Saturdays ; republican ; eight 
to twelve pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 19U0: Clark & Perry man, editors 
and publishers (7— S). 

MAGAZINE; monthly (A A). 

LiOMPOC, Santa Barbara Co. g 972t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 1 m. S. 
of Santa Ynez r. and 9 from the Pacific 
Coast. Fruit, wool, mustard seed, oil, stock 
raising and agriculture. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 20x2(i; .subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1890; W. E. Miscall, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

RECORD; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $2; established 1875; T. L. Har- 
ris, editor and publisher (1—8). 

LONG BEACH, Los Angeles Co. g 
6,000+ pop.— local estimate 15,000— on South, 
ern Pacific and San Pedro, Los Angeles & 
Salt Lake Rds., about 22 m. S. by S. E. of 
Los Angeles, the county seat. Summer and 
winter resort on the Pacific Ocean. 
PRESS; every evening except Sunday; 
republican; eight to twelve pages; 15i^x20; 
subscription $4; established 1897; Tribune- 
Press Publisliing Co., publishers il— 8). 

TELEGRA3I; dally except Sundays; 
republican; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$5; established December, 1904; F. C. Rob- 
erts, editor; The Daily Telegram Co., pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding i.ooo cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect 

LOS ANGELES, e. h., Loa Angeles 

Co. g 102,479+ pop.— local estimate 150,000— 
on Los Angeles, Salt Lake & San Pedro, 
Los Angeles & Redondo, Southern Cali- 
fornia and Southern Pacific Co's Rds. 
and Los Angeles r., 400 m. S. E. of San Fran- 
cisco. Commercial center of Southern Cali- 
fornia, and a notable health resort. An 
agricultural county, producing the princi- 
pal grains, wines, citrus and deciduous 
fruit, brandy, wool and hides. Has gold, 
silver and lead mines and petroleum Avells. 

DAILY. 

E X A 31 1 N E R ; every morning ; demo-- 
cratic; daily sixteen, Sunday sixtj-four 
pages 17x211^3; subscription $8;" established 
1903; William Randolph Hearst, editor and 
publisher (9— 5 P). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
in the absence of any report, was given 
credit for an average issue in excess 
of 7,500 copies. 

EXPRESS; every evenmg except Sun- 
day; Independent; sixteen to twenty-four 
pages 17x24; subscription $3; established 
1871; F. J. Carlisle, manager; Evening Ex- 
press Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 10,577 in 190X 

13.379 in 1902 
IS. 783 in 1903 
21,434 in 1904 
23,506 in 1905 
29,271 in 1906 
36,090 in 1907 

Publisher's announcement. — For the year 1907 
the Express made the world's record In 



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CALIFORNIA— Los Angeles. 

advertising gains over 1906. The total 
number of columns of advertising gained 
was 3,935 columns. No other paper in the 
world was within gun-shot of the advertis- 
ing gains made by the Express during 1907. 
The Express has a larger circulation with- 
in the city limits of Los Angeles by many 
thousands than any other daily paper pub- 
lished in Los Angeles. 

HERALD ; every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Saturdays; republican; daily twelve to 
eighteen, Sunday thirty-six to fifty two, 
weekly twelve pages 17x23; subscription- 
dally $6, weefely $1; established 1873: The 
Herald Co., editors and publishers (2—3). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper was 22,691 in 1902, since 
which it has not furnished a statement 
but was credited with printing more 
than 17.500 in 1906 and 1907. 

JOURNAL. I every morning except Sun- 
day; republican; twelve to sixteen pages 
18x24; subscription S9; established 1887; 
Warren Wilson, editor; Daily Journal Co., 
publishers (L— 7). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory circulation report from this pa- 
per was ever received, but it was be- 
lieved to print more than 2,250 in 1907. 
N EWS: every evening except Sunday ; in- 
dependent republican; eight to twelve pages 
17j|x21; subscription $3; established October. 
1905; Sam T. Clover, editor; Evening News 
Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 8th and 
Spring streets (1—8). 

Copies printed: 21,267 in 1906 
23,437 in 1907 
RECORD; every evening except Sun- 
day; Independent; eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $3: established 1895; R. H. Can- 
field, editor; Record Publishing Co., pub 
Ushers (1—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 20,807 in 1903 
and 25,162 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 20,000 in 1907. 

TIMES; every morning ; independent-re- 
publican; twenty-two to thirty-two pages; 
Sunday one hundred and twenty to one 
hundred and fifty pages 18x22 ; snbscripfion 
—daily $9. Suudav $3.50; established— dally 
1881; TheTimesMirror Co., publishers (1—8). 
Copies printed: 43,i50 in 1905 
50,488 in 1906 
52,558 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement.— The Los Angeles 
Times is the favorite newspaper of the rich 
and productive Southwest. Its rapidly 
growing circulation and the enormous 
volume of Its advertising Is convincing 
evidence of its vast superiority over other 
local journals. The aggregate number, as 
well as the total amount of its classified 
advertising, exceeds that of the five other 
Los Angeles newspapers combined, and 
the Times does not resort to the use of pre- 
miums, souvenii-s or chromos In Its suc- 
cessful efforts to secure this business. 

The Times is the biggest newspaper In the 
world in size and volume of advertising 
printed of all classes. 

Rates— Classified, Ic. per word daily, V4g. 
per word Sundaj'; minimum, 25o. Display. 
8c. per line daily, inc. Sunday. Details and 
sample codes mailed upon application. 
The Times Mirror Co., Publishers, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Harrison Gray Otis, General Manager. 



CALIFORNIA— Los Angeles. 

WEEKLY. 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTORi 

Thursdays; building; twelve pages 13xl9i^; 
subscription $3; established 1893; Harry lies, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

CALIFORNIA CULTIVATOR; 
Fridays; agriculture, stock, fruit and poul- 
try raising; twenty four to thirty-two pages 
11x15; subscription $1; established 1889; Cul- 
tivator Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers (1-6). 

Copies printed: 8,107 in 1903 
10,317 in 1904 
10,699 ill 1905 
10,975 in 1906 
11,795 in 1907 
CALIFORNIA INDEPENDENT; 
Saturdays; undenominational; twelve pages 
10X14; subscription $1.50; established 1896; 
Rev. P, H. Bodkin, editor and publisher. 

CALIFORNIER-POSTEN; Wednes- 
days (A A). 

CALIFORNIA TOURIST AND 
HOTEL REPORTER; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages 18x24; subscription $2; 
established January, 1904; H. Jerome Toy, 
editor and publisher (7—5). 

CALIFORNIA VOICE; Thursdays; 
prohibition: sixteen pages 13x22; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1886; Wiley J. Phillips, 
editor and publisher (2— 8). 

Copies printed: 2,369 in 1902 
3,361 m 1904 
4,988 in 1907 

CITIZEN: Fridays (A A). 
COLONIA ITALIANA; Saturdays 

(A A). 
CO.IIIVIERCIAL BULLETI^; Fri 

days; commercial; thirty pages 10x14; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1888; Preston 
McKlinnej% editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,059 in 1905 
and 1,536 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited witli 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

EL MONITOR MEXICANO; Satur- 
days; literary, Spani.'^h; four pages \7}4^22i4; 
subscription $2; established 1888; J. 0. Del- 
gado, editor and publisher. Office, 604 New 
High street (1—8). 

FINANCIER; Wednesdays (A A). 

GERMANIA; Fridays; German; repub- 
lican; 8 to 12 pages 17^^x22; subscription $2; 
established 1891; Edward Stuetz, editor; 
German- Amei-ican Publishing Co., publish- 
ers (7—5). 

GRAPHIC; Saturdays; society, politics 
and drama; forty-eight pages 10x13^; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1893; R. H. Hay 
Chapman, editor; Graphic Publishing Co., 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
three occasions indicated a desire to 
have credit for issuing more than 
1,000 copies regularly, but sucK 
definite information as would warrant 
according it any higher rating has 
never been forthcoming. 

HIGHLAND PARK HERALD; 

Saturdays (A A). 

HOTEL GAZETTE; Thursdays: hotels: 
four pages ; subscription $2 ; established 
1888; John A. Medlar and Thomas J. Hammer, 
editors; Gazette Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers; prints also an edition for railways, 
entitled RaiUray Advertiser (li—'i). 

Copies printed: This paper is credit- 
ed with issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly, but no circulation statement 
was ever obtained from it that could 
be called definite and satisfactory. 

L' UNION NOUVELLE; Saturdays 



CATALOGUE Br STATES. 



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CALIFORNIA— Los Anueles . 

French; eight pages 15x2;;; .subscripiioii $3; 
established 187J ; J. Audcir, editor; A. 
Davoust, pul)Ii-h< r ci— 5). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory circulation statement was ever 
obtained from this paper, but it has 
generally been credited with printing 
more than i.ooo copies, which may ex- 
plain why its statements fail to be 
more definite. 
MINING NEWS; Saturdays (a A). 
JIININU KEVIEVV; Saturdnys; min- 
ing and flnaucial ; twenty-eight pages 103^x14; 
subscription $2; established 1897; A. Rich- 
ardson, editor and publisher (1—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing an average edition of 2,642 
copies in 1902, since which time its 
statements have not been definite and 
satisfactory, but in the year 1906 it was 
credited with issuing more than 1,000 
copies. 

NEWS; Saturdays; Independent; four to 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
liLihed 1887; Miller & Co.. editors and pub- 
lishers. 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

PACIFIC 3IOTOK1NG; weekly; au- 
tomobiles, motor boats and cycling; thirty- 
two pages 73^xlOV»; subscrlplon $1; estab- 
lished 1897; Charles Fuller Gates, editor and 
publisner (1—7). 

Copies printed: Had credit for an 
average issue of 1,541 for the year 
1903 and 1,039 in 1904, but has not 
since made claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

PACIFIC OUTLOOK: Saturdays; lit 
erary; thirty two pages 9x12; subscription 
$2; established July, 1901; George Baker An- 
derson, editor; Pacific Outlook Company, 
publishers. Office, 32(' Lisner bldg (7-7 P). 

SUD-CAlilFORNIA POST; 
Fridays ; German; independent; eight pages 
17Vgx24; subscription $2.50; established 1874; 
Morlock & Glauch, editors and publishers. 
Copies printed: For the year_ 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

TIDINGS; Fridays; roman catholic; 
sixteen pages 11x15; subscription .§2; estab 
tablished isgi; Elm.er Murphy, editor: The 
Tidings Publishing Co., publishers (1—61. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,219 in_ 1896 
and 3,210 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished a report, but was cre- 
dited with more than i.ooo in 1907. 

UNION LABOR NEWS; Fridays; 
labor; eight pages lSx24; subscription $1; 
established January, 1901; L. W. Rogers, 
editor and publisher (2—3) (A A). 

Copies printed: No definite and sat- 
isfactory statement was ever obtained 
from this paper, but it was credited 
with issuing more than 7,500 copies 
regularly in 1906. 



CALIFORNIA— Loa Angeles. 

SEMIMONTHLY. 

B'NAI B'KITH MESSENGER; 

semi-monthly: Jewish: eight pages 1:3x20; 
subscription $1 established 1897; Victor 
Harris, editor; B'nai B'rith Messenger Co., 
publishers. 

MONTHLY. 

BYSTANDER; monthly; sixty-four 
pages 5x8J^; subscription $1; e.stablished— 
consolidation of Little Devil, 1905, Little 
Classic 1907; The Classic Press, editors and 
publishers (2-8). 

Copies printed : 19,458 in 1907 

CALIFORNIA 31 E D I C A L AND 
SURGICAL REPORTER AND LOS 
ANGELES 31EDICAL JOURNAL; 

monthly; medicine; fifty-six pages 7x10; 
established January, 19ij5; G. P. Wagar, M.D., 
editor; California Medical and Surgical 
Reporter Co., publishers (6— 5P). 

Copies printed: This paper Ij^d credit 
for an average issue of 5,000 in 1905, 
since which it has not furnshed a re- 
port, but was credited with more than 
2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

EAGLE'S AERIE; monthly; Order of 
Eagles: twenty pages 9x12; subscription $1; 
established 1902; John W.Stalley, editor and 
publisher (5 — 6 P). 

FELLOWSHIP; monthly; undenomi- 
national; sixty pages 6x9; subscriptien $1; 
established 1899; Benjamin Fay Miles, editor; 
Fellowship Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,283 in 1906 
2,000 in 1907 

FREEMASON; monthly; masonic; 
thirty pages 6J^xlO; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1896; Henry J. Lloyd, ,editor and 
publisher. 

GLOBE; monthly; Independent; eight 
pages 10'/iixl4; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished October. li»03; William J. Schaefer, 
editor and publisher. Office, 143 E. Seventh 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed : 4,500 in 1907 

GOLI>EN ELK ; monthly ; sixty-four 
pages &}4^9%; subscription $1; established 
1902; James H. Griflfes, editor; Golden Press 
(Inc.), publishers. Office, 233 West Second 
street (1—7). 

Copies printed: 2,283 in 1906 

GRIZZLY BEAR; monthly (A A). 

H U 31 A N I T A R 1 A N REVIEW; 
monthly; scientific; rorty-four pages 6x9; 
subscription $1; established January, 1903; 
Singleton W. Davis, etlitoir and publisher. 
Office, 854 East Lee street (1~S). 

LIBERATOR; monthly (A A). 

LIVE STOCK TRIBUNE; monthly; 
live stock; forty-eight pages 9x12; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1895; Mrs. A. Bas- 
ley, editor; Live Stock Tribune Company, 
publishers (1—S). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,601 in 1901, 
since which time it has not furiiished 
a report, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies for the years 
1906 and 1907. 

MERTZ'S MAGAZINE; monthly; ad- 
vei-tising ; fortj^-eight to sevemy-two pages 
GJ^xlO ; subscription $1; established 1896; 
Lewis H. Mertz, editor and publisher. Office, 
702 S. Spring street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,900 in 1907 

NATIONAL VISITOR; monthly; 
household; sixteen pages lO^xiaj^i ; subscrip- 
tion 10 cents per year; established June. 1906; 
Ora D. Madsen. editor ; National Visitor Com- 
panv, publishers (8—6 P). 

OPPOHTUNITY; monthly (A A). 

OUT WEST; monthly; one hundred 

and seventv pages 6x9; subscription $2: es- 

' tablished 1894; Charles F. Lummis, editor; 



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CALIFORNIA. 



The Out West Magazine Co.. publishers; 
dated also at San Francisco (1—7). 

Copies printed: This magazine had 
credit for an average issue of 7>468 
in 1895, of 10,766 in 1903, since which 
time it has not furnished a complete 
and satisfactory reportj but was credit- 
ed with printing more than 7,500 copies 
for the vears 1906 and 1907. 

PACIFIC FANCIER; monthly; live 
stock; thirty-six pages 9x12; subscriptions) 
cents; eitabllshed February, 1905; Mrs. O. H. 
Burbrldge. t^dltor and oubllsher (11—6 P). 

PICTORIAL. AMERICA; monthly; 
literary; thirty-two pages 11x16; subscrip 
tion $1.50; established 1900; N. M. Norfleet. 
editor and publisher ( 1—8). 

Copies printed : 6,800 in 1907 

RURAL. CALIFORNIAN; monthly; 
agricultural ; fortvfour pages 9x12 ; sub- 
eeription $1; established 1877; C. M. Heintz, 
editor; M. G. Heintz, oubllsher (1—3). 

Copies printed: This periodical never 
furnished any complete and satisfactory 
circulation report, but had credit for 
printing more than 4,000 copies in 
1900 and more than 1,000 in 1907. 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 
PRACTITIONER; monthly; medical: 
fortv-eight pages 6x9; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1885: Dr. Walter Lindley. editor and 
publisher. Office, 1414 S. Hope street ( 1— S). 
Copies printed: 1,225 in 1903 
1,200 in. 1904 
1,541 in 190S 
1,796 in 1906 
1,875 in 1907 
WEST COAST MAGAZINE; month- 
ly; twenty-four pages 9x12; subscription 50 
cents; established September, 1906; John S. 
McQroatv. editor; The Grafton Co., publish- 
ers. Office, 824 W. Third street (3—7). 

WESTERN EMPIRE; monthly ; 
household, literary; twenty pages lli^xl7; 
subscription 25 cents; established 1896; M. V. 
Hartranft, editor; Fruit World Publishing 
Company, publisiiers (3—4). 

Copies printed: Actual average of 
24,083 in 1904 and credited without 
any report with issuing more than 
17,500 in 1906 and 1907. 

LOS BAN OS, M«rced Co. n 900 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., about 36 m. W. 

of Merced, the county seat. Fruit growing, 

dairying and agriculture. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 15x22: subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1891: Fred. S. Walker, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

liOS GATOS, Santa Clara Co. -Dl,915t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 10 m. 
S. W. of San Jose, the county seat. Wines, 
brandies and grape food. Horticulture 
and grape and olive growing. 
MAIL.; Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription tl.80: established 
1884; A. E. Smith, editor and publisher (1-8) 
NEWS; Fridaj's ; independent ; four 
pages 18x24- subscription (1.50; established 
1881 ; Trantham & Jenks, editors and publish- 
ers. 

LOTVER LAKE, Lake Co. -n 395 

pop., on Clear lake, about 25 m. S. E. of 
Lakeport, the county seat, and 94 N. of Saa 
Francisco. Quicksilver, sulphur and borax 
mining and lumbering. Health resort. 

BULdiETIN; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22: subscription $."?: established 
1877; Mrs. A. E. Noel, editor and publisher. 



LOYALTON, Sierra Co. □' 79t pop., 
on Boca & Loyalton Rd., about 20 m. N. E. 
of Downieville, the county seat. 
LOYALTONIAN; Fridays (A A^. 

MADERA, c. h.. Madera Co. C 950 

pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd.. 24 m. 

N. E. of Fresno. Farming, sheep raising and 

fruit growing. 

MERCURY; every evening except 
Sunday, and AVEEIvLY, Saturdays: four 
pages— daily 13x20,weekly 18x24; subscription 
— dallv $4, "weekly $1.50; established— daily 
1900, weekly 1885;" E. E. Vincent, editor and 
publisher. 

TRIBUNE; daily, and WEEKliY, 
Thursdays; democratic; dally four pages 
13x20, weekly six pages 18x24; subscription— 
daily $4, weekly $1.50; established— daily 1903. 
wee"kly 1892; Clark & Sharp, publi.^hers (1—8). 
Copies printed: For the year 
1903 the weekly edition of this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such: definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

MARIPOSA, c. h., Mariposa Co. n 

500 pop., 91 m. S. E. of Stockton. The great 

Yosemite Valley and Big Tree Grove are in 

this county. Agriculture, gold mining and 

stock raising. 

GAZETTE-MARIPOSANi Satur- 
days: democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2; established— Gozetfe 1855, Mari- 
posan 1900, consolidated 1901; L. W. Sharp, 
editor and publisher (7—5) (A A). 

MARTINEZ, c. h., Contra Costa Co. 

-D 2,000 pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. 

and Carguinez Straits, 36 m. N. E. of San 

Francisco. Coal, copper and quicksilver 

mines. Agriculture and fruit and grape 

industry. 

GAZETTE; every morning except Mon- 
day, and CONTRA COSTA GAZETTE, 
Saturdays; republican; eight pages 1:^x20; 
subscription — dally S4, weekly $2.50; estab- 
lished — dally as Daily Press , weekly 1858; 

W. A. Rugg, editor; The Gazette Publishing 
Company, publishers (1—8). 

CONTRA COSTA STANDARD; 
Saturdays; republiean: four pages 18x24; 
subscription $2.50; established 1874 as County 
Paper: W. R.Sharkey, editor; Contra Costa 
Publishing Co., Inc., publishers (2— 8P). 

MARYSVILLE. c. h., Tuba Co. a 
3,497+ pop.— of township 3,971+— on Southern 
Pacific Co's Rd. and Yuba r.. at head of 
navigation, 57 m. N. of Sacramento, the 
State capital, and 116 N. E. of San Fran- 
cisco. Agriculture and mining. 

APPEAL; every morning except Hon- 
dAy, and WEEKL.Y, twice a-yveek. Mon- 
days and Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription— daily $6, weefcly 
$2.80; established i860; E. A. Forbes, editor 
and publisher (7 — 5). 

Ccq)ies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 1,248 for the year 1897, tut 
has not since made claim to issuing so 
many as i.ooo copies. 

DEMOCRAT; every evening except 
Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays 
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dally 13x20. semi- weekly 18x22; subscription- 
dally $5, semi-weeklj' $2; established 1884; T. 
J. Sherwood, editor; Democrat Publishing 
Company, publishers. 

Copies printed: The semi-weekly edi- 
tion of this paper had credit for an 
average issue of 1,014 for the year 
1895, but has not since 1897 made 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 
copies. 

PEOPLE'S CAUSE; semi-weekly, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays (A A). 

POPPYLAND MAGAZINE; month 

ly (A A). 

MAYFIELD, Santa Clara Co. -nl,279t 

pop. (of township), on Southern Pacific 

Go's Rd.. 35 m. S. S. E. of San Francisco. 

Agriculture and fruit raising. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; four pages 
16X.23; subscription $2; established 1887; L. B. 
Woodruff, editor and publisher (1—8). 

MENDOCINO, Mendocino Co. -D 1,100 

pop., oil m. N. W. of Ukiah, the county seat, 

and 130 N. N. W. of San Francisco. Shipping 

point for large vessels at the mouth of Big r. 

Lumbering. Oldest town of Mendocino 

coast. 

BEACON; Saturdays; independent: eight 
pages 1:3x19: subscription $2; established 
1877 ; A. A. Heeser, editor and publisher (1—8). 

MERCED, c. h., Merced Co. n l,969t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 159 m. 
E. S. E. of San Francisco. Grain warehouses 
and fruit cannery. Agriculture and fruit 
growing. 

SUN; every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays (A A). 

EXPRESS; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $2; established 
1875; Jos. A. Norvell, editor and publisher. 

HER A li D I Saturdays ( A A ) . 

STAR; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages 18x21; subscription $2; established 
1880: Harris Bros., editors and publishers. 

MIDDL.ETOWN, Lake Co. -n 420 

pop., about 28 m. S. E of Lakeport, the 

county seat. Mining, fruit, grape growing 

and general farming. 

INDEPENDENT ; Saturdays; repub 
llcan; four pages 18x^4; subscription $2.50: 
established 1888; Read & Read, editors and 
publishers. 

MILL VALLEY. Marin Co. -a 4 m. s. 
of San Rafael, the county seat. Fruit 
raising. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays (A A). 

lYfARIN CO. ENTERPRISE} Satur- 
days; republican; four pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $2; established 1900; Marin Co. 
Enterprise Publishing Co., publishers. 

MILLVILLE, Shasta Co. t) 755t pop. 

(of township), 15 m. E. of Redding, the 

county seat, and about 28 N. of Red Bluff. 

Farming and stock raising. 

TIDINGS; Wednesdays; four pages 
18x24; subscription ,$1.50: established 1893; 
Philip Cumlskey editor and publisher. 

MODESTO, c. h., Stanislaus Co.d 

3,500 pop.— of township 5,000— on Southern 

Pacific Go's Rd.. 29 m. S. E. of Stockton, 

Dairying and fruit raising. 

EVENING NEWS; everj' evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and STANISLAUS CO. 

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NEWS, Fridays: democratic; daily eight, 
weekly twelve pages 12x18; subscription- 
dally $5, weekly $2; established- dally 1884, 
weekly 1868; W. H. Killam, editor; M. A. & 
H. Spencer, publishers (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: For the j^ear 1907 
the weekly edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

MORNING HERALD; every morn 
ing except Monday,and WEEK LY, Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion— <iaily $5, weekly $2: established— flaily 
June. 1903, weekly 1873; T. C. Hocking, editor; 
Herald Publishing Co.. publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,272 for the 
year 1897, but has not since made 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 
copies. 

MOKELUMNE HILL, Calaveras 

Co. D 1,971+ pop. (of township), 50 m. N. E. 

of Stockton and 60 S. E. of Sacramento, the 

State capital. Mining, agriculture and stock 

raising. 

CALAVERAS CHRONICLE; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1851; C. E. Day, 
editor and publisher (A A). 

MONROVIA, Los Angeles Co. g 4,000 
pop., on Southern California and Southern 
Pacific Go's Rds.. 17 m. E. of Los Angeles. 
Agriculture and fruit growing. 

MESSENGER; Fridays; Independent; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1886; Messenger Publishing Company, 
editors and publishers (1 — 8). 

NEWS; Saturdays (A A). 

MONTEREY, Monterey Co. -a 3,092 
pop., school census of 1904— of township 
3,420+— on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. and 
Monterey bay, 29 m. S. by S. E. of Santa 
Cruz. Agriculture and mining. 

CYPRESS; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; four 
pages 18x24: subscription- daily $5, weekly 
$2; established— dally 1905, weekly 1870; B. 
A. Ramsay, editor and publisher (7 — 5). 

NEW ERA; Wednesdays; four pages 
18x24: subscription $2: established 1890; Wil- 
liam Kay, editor and publisher. 

MOROANHILL, Santa Clara Co. -a 

700 pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 20 m. 

S. E. of San Jose. Fruit and grain. 

TIMES; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2: established 
1899; D. K. Estes, editor and publisher (1—8). 

MOUNT BULLION, J/arzpo5a Co. a 
on Atchison, Topeka& Santa Fe and South- 
ern Pacific Rds., 5 m. X. W. of Mariposa. 

NEW ERA; Saturdays: de7nocratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished January, 1902; P. H. Hlgglns, editor 
and publisher (A A). 

MOUNTAINVIEW, Santa Clara 

Co. -n 1,000 pop., on Southern Pacific Go's 

Rd., 8 m. N. W. of Santa Clara, 11 from San 

Jose, the county seat, and 39 S. E. of San 

Francisco. Wine, fruit and agriculture. 

LEADER; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 



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C ALIFORM A. 



1903; H. G. Copeland, editor; A. V. Copeland, 
publisher (-J— 5). 

RECilSTER; Saturdays; independent 
republican; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.50; established 18&S; C G. Beardslee and 
Benjamin J. Reitz, editors and publishers. 

SIGNS OF THE TIMES; Wednes 
days; seventh-day adventist; sixteen pages 
10x14; subscription $1.5U; established 1874; 
Milton C. Wilcox, editor; Pacific Press Pub 
llshing Company, publishers (2—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 18,148 in_ 1895 
and 22,530 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnislied a report, but was credit- 
ed with more than 17,500 in 1907. 

NAPA, c.h., Napa Co. -a 4,036t pop — 
of township 8,532+— on Southern Pacific Go's 
Rd. and Napa r., 46 ni. N. E. of San Fran- 
cisco and about 60 S. W. of Sacramento, 
the State capital. Tanneries, woolen mill, 
fruit driers, wine and cream of tartar 
works. Agriculture and horticulture. 

JOURNAL* ; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLiY, Fridays; four 
pages— daily 15x22, weekly 18x24; subscrip 
tion— daily $6, weekly $2: established— daily 
1888, weekly 1884; J. E. Walden, editor and 
l)ublisher. 

REGISTER ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; i-epubli- 
can; four pages— daily 17x23, weekly 22x2S; 
subscription — dailj'$6, weekly S2; established 
—daily 1872, weekly 1863 ; G. M. Francis, edi- 
tor and publisher. 

NATIONAL CITY, San Diego Co. P 

1,086+ pop.— of township 1,T70+— at terminus 
of California Southern Rd., on bay of San 
Diego. Riveted iron pipe and gold-ore re- 
duction works. Fruit growing. 
NEWS; Saturdays; republican; six 
pages 111^x16; subscription $1; established 
July, 1903~; Fred Atherton, editor; Fred 
Atherton & Co., publishers (2—5). 

NEEDLES, San Bernardino Co. ^ 
1,143+ pop. (of township), on Atlantic & Pa- 
cific and Santa Fe Pacific Rds. and Color- 
ado r. Cattle raising and mining. 

EYE; Saturdays; democratic: eight pages 
11x16; subscription S2.50; established 1887; 
L. V. Root, editor and publisher. 

NEVADA CITY, c. h., Nevada Co. 

iif 3.250+ pop.— of township 4,888+— on Ne- 
vada County Narrow Gauge Rd., 65 m. N. E. 
of Sacramento, the State capital. Mining. 

MINER-TRANSCRIPT: every even 
Ing except Sundays; republican; mining; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $3.50; estab- 
lished 1860; L. S. Calkins, editor; Calkins 
Newspaper Syndicate, publishers. 

NEWCASTLE, Placer Co. U 335 
pop., on Central Pacific Rd., 5 m. S. W. of 
Auburn, the county seat. Fruit raising and 
shipping point, 

NEWS ; Wednesdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1^2; J. S. Taylor, editor; Newcastle Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. 

NEWMAN. Stanislaus Co. U l,760t 
pop. (of township), on Southern Rd., about 
22 m. W. of Modesto, the county seat. Agri- 
culture and fruit raising and dairying. 
WEST SIDE INDEX; Saturdays; eight 

pages 13x20; subscription $2; established 1S87; 

A. Fleharty, editor and publisher. 



NILES, Alameda Co. -D 400 pop., on 

Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 22 ni. S. E. of 

Oakland, the county seat. Farming and 

fruit raising. 

WASHINGTON PRESS; Fridays; in 
dependent-republican : eight pages 13x20; 
subscription 82; established 1897; E. B. 
Thompson, editor; Thompson & Adams, 
publishers (7 — 5\ 

NOR WALK, Los Angeles Co. g 400 

pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., about 

17 ni. S. E. of Los Angeles, the county seat. 

Horticulture, dairying and farming. 

CALL; Fridays; four pages 13x20; sub- 
scription S1.50; established 1893: E. P. Truitt, 
editor and publisher (2 — 8). 

NOVATO, flavin Co. -Q 600 pop., on 

Northwestern Pacific Rd., 11 m. N. of San 

Rafael, the county seat. Agriculture. 

MARIN CO. BANNER; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$2; established February, 1902; J. H. Bond, 
editor and publisher (1 — %). 

OAKDALE, Stanislaus Co. D 2,531 1 
pop. (of township), on Southern Pacific 
Co's Rd., 30 m. S. E. of Stockton. Wheat 
and fruit raising 

GRAPHIC; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished lSiS3; Amy S.Baker, editor; Sanford 
C. Baker, publisher (7—5). 

LEADER ; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription §1.50; established 
1884: W. A. Griffin, editor and publisher (8— S). 

OAKLAND, c. li., Alameda Co. -n 

66,960+ pop.— local estimate (1907) 235.000— on 
on four railroads and San Francisco bay, 
opposite to and 7 m. E. of San Francisco. 
Residences of a large number of San Fran- 
cisco business men. State University and 
Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylums near by. 
Agriculture, fruit raising and general manu- 
facturing. Good harbor. 
DAILY. 
ENQUIRER; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; inde- 
pendent-republican ; daily twelve to twenty 
pages 15x22, weekly twelve pages 18x24; sub- 
scription— dailv S6, weekly $1 ; established- 
daily 1869, weekly 1888; Oakland Enquirer 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers (1—8). 
Copies printed: 6,059 in 1893 
8,597 in 1904 
28,429 in 1907 

^^The absolute correctness of the latest 
circulation rating accorded 
the Enquirer is guaranteed by 
the publishers of Rowell'f 
American Newspaper Direct^ 
cry, who will pay one hundred 
dollarstothe first person who 
successfully controverts its accuracy. 

Publisher's annoitticement .—The Sihovera,Ung 
shows practically onlj' the circulation of 
the Enquirer before it absorbed the Herald 
on Nov. 16,1907. The consolidation of the 
two circulations gave the ENQriRER over 
54,(KX) daily. Duplicates were then cut out, 
leaving the sworn average for January, 
19))3, 49,052. Largest circulation In Oakland 
guaranteed. 

NEAV ERA ; daily except Sunday (A A). 
TIMES; every morning except Sunday ; 

independent; four pages 13x22; subscription 



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$3; established 1S63; S. W. Booth, editor; 
Oakland Times Comparv. publishers. 

Copies printed: No complete and 
satisfactory circulation report has been 
supplied by this paper since 1895.. and 
no report at all since 1903, but it has 
been credited wdth issuing more than 
2,250 copies from 1899 to and includ- 
ing 1907. 

TRIBUNE; every evening, Sunday morn 
ing. and WEEKL.Y, Saturdays; republi- 
can; sixteen to twenty-four pages 17x23; sub- 
scription—daily $6, vreekly $1; established — 
dailv 1874, weekly 1872; Tribune Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
' - - • " ' 26,704 in 



issue of 8,838 in 1894 and 
1907, since which it has not furnished 
any definite and satisfactory report, 
but was credited with more than 20,000 
in 1907. 

The weekly edition had credit tor issu- 
ing 5.775 in 1896, since wliicli time it 
has furnished no report, but was be- 
lieved to print more than 1,000 in 1907. 

WORLD; every evening except Sunday 
(▲A). 

WEEKLY. 

BAY CITIES' REVIEW; Saturdays 

^CALIFORNIA ZEITUNG; Fri 

days; German; eight pages 17i^x22; sub- 
scription $2; D. Klintworth, editor; Henry 
Feldmann and R. S. Kitchener, publishers 

^CO-OPERATIVE JOURNAL.: 

Saturdavs; cooperation; sixteen pages 79ix 
8^; subscription $1; e.stablished January, 
1901; D. F. Fowler, editor; Co operative Edu 
cation Pub. Co., publishers f7— 5» (A A). 

Copies printed: Had credit for 7,666 
in 1902, was believed to print more 
than 4,000 in 1903, since which no re- 
port has been received, but v^as be- 
lieved to print more than 2,250 in 1906. 
C RITIC ; Saturdays ; republican ; twenty 
to twenty-four pages 10i^xl3i^; subscription 
S4; established April, 1907; C. E. Wilson and 
W. T. Vahlberg. editors; Critic Publishing 
Co., publishers (10—71. 

1 NDUSTRIAL NEWS; Fridays ;build- 
ingiuterests; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$3; established 1899; P. B. Preble, editor and 
publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

JOURNAL ; Saturdays : German ; inde 
pendent; ten to twelve pages 24x36; sub 
scription $2.50; established 1875; Albert Curr- 
lln, editor; Albert Currlin & Son, publishers 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: Issued an average 
edition of 1,085 copies in 1896, since 
which no satisfactory report has been 
received that appeared to warrant giv- 
ing it credit for so many as 1,000 
copies. 

MESSIAH'S ADVOCATE; Wed 
nesdays; Advent Christian; eight pages 
12x18; subscription .S1.50: established 1881; W. 
R. Young, editor: Pacific Advent Christian 
Publication and Mission Society, publishers 
(1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 



dit for an issue of 1,950 in 1904. since 
which time it has not furnished a satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for the 
years 1906 and 1907. 

O ARAUTO; Saturdays; Portuguese: 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1338: J. de Menezes. editor and pub- 
lisher (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,226 in 1900 
and 1,144 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 1,000 in 1907. 

UEPORTER: Saturdays: independent; 
eight pagts 17x22; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1387; C. C. L. Soares, editor; Soares & 
Soares, publishers ( A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than i.ooo_ copies 
weekly in 1903, but has not since set 
up anv claim for issuing so many. 

SATURDAY PRESS; Saturdays; so- 
cietv; eight pages 12>^xl7; subscription $2; 
established 1892; J. H. Delahanty, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 2,943 fo^ 
the year 1893, but has not since 1896 
made any claim to issuing so many as 
1,000 copies. 

SUNSHINE; Saturdays; negro; eight 
pages 12x18; subscription $2; established 
1900; J. W. Green, editor; The Sunshine Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (A A). 

MONTHLY. 

BRITLSH-CALIFORNIAN; month- 
ly; British interests; twenty pages 10x13; 
subscription $1 ; established 1897: Charles B. 
Sedgwick, editor and publisher (i— 8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,916 in 1899 
and 9,181 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 7,500 in 1907. 

NEW SAN FRANCISCO MAGA- 
ZINE; monthly; forty-eight pages 9x12; 
subscription 81-75; established May, 1906; 
Peninsular Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
ishers (5— 6P) (A A). 

PACIFIC ISSUE; monthly; 
temperance; sixteen pages ^}i7i\\%\ sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1902: L. M. 
Hartley, editor and publisher (3— 5) (A A). 

WOODMAN CHIPS; monthly; frater- 
nal; sixteen pages 9x12; subscription 50 
cents; established 1896 ; H. B. Smith, editor: 
Woodmen Chips Publishing Company, pub- 
lisiiers (2—5) (A A). 

Copies printed: This paper has 
never made a complete and satisfactory 
report, but had credit for issuing more 
than 1. 000 in 1904 and again in 1906. 

OAK PARK, Sacramento Co. p 2,000 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. Part of 
Sacramento, the county seat. Berries and 
fruits. 

SACRA3IENTO CO. LEDGER; Fri 

davs; four pages 13x24: subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1896; Mrs. H. A. Weaver, editor and 
puljlisher. 

OCEANO, ^"^ -^«''« Obispo Co. -non 
Southern Pacific Rd., 10 m. S. San Luis 
Obispo. 

TEMPLE ARTISAN; monthly; sci- 
ence; twentv pages 6x9; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1903; Temple Artisan, editors and 
publishers (3-6 P) (A A). 



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OCEAN PARK, Los Angeles Co. p 

on Southern Paclflo and Atchison. Topeka 

& Santa F« Rds. and Pacific Ocean, 12 m. 

W. of Los Angeles. Beach resort. 

JOURNATi; every evening excent Sun- 
days; independent: t"'plve pages 15x23: sub- 
scription $5; established January, 1902; C. E. 
Lovelace, editor; A. W. Lavne, publisher 
(7-5). 

OCEANSIDE, San Diego Co. p 7.50 

pop., on Southern California Rd., 42 m. N. 

of San Diego, the county seat. Slimmer and 

winter resort. Agriculture and dairying. 

BliADE; Saturdays; independent: four 
pages 16x22; subscription $i; established 
1889: W. S. Spencer, editor and publisher 

(1-8). 

ONTARIO, San Bernardino Co. 9 

722+ pop.— of township 2,619+— on San Pedro, 
Los Angeles & Salt Lake City and South- 
ern Pacific Co's Rds. and San Antonio r., 38 
m. E. of Los Angeles. Fruit growing. 

RECORD ; semi weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays; republican; eight pages 11x16; 
subscription $2; established i885; Shirley L. 
Holt, editor; Ontario Publishing Company, 
publishers. 

ORANGE, Orange Co. g 3,300 pop.— 
of township 3,293+— on Southern California 
Rd., 4 m. N. of Santa Ana, the county seat. 
Agriculture and orange and lemon groves. 

NEWS;Fridays; independent; fourpages 
18xiM; subscription $1.50; established 18W7; 
George A. Wright, editorand publisher U— 8). 

P O ts T I Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; sub.scription $1.50; established 
1885; Alice L. Armor, editor ; Alice L. Armor 
& Co., publishers (1—8). 

ORLAND, Glenn Co. "□ 540 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 18 m. N. of Wil- 
low, the county seat. Fruit growing, stock 
raising and agriculturs. 

REGISTER; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1899; John L. Cleek. editor and pub- 
lisher (7—5). 

OROVIIiLE, 0. h., Butte Co. :j] 1,787 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. and 
Feather r., 65 m. N.of Sacramento, the State 
capital, and 152 N. by N. E. of San Francisco. 
Center of the orange belt of central Cali- 
fornia. 

MERCURY; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKIjY, Fridays: democratic; 
four pages— daily 15x22, weekly 20x-20; sub- 
scriptioa— daily $5, weekly $2.50; established 
—daily 1882, weekly 1873; Mrs. J. A. Lawrence, 
pabllsher. 

Cojwes printed: The weekly edition j 
of this paper had credit for issuing 
more than i,ooo copies regular'ly in 
the years 1895 and 1896, but has not | 
since set up any claim for issuing so 
many. 

REGISTEiR; every morning except Sun- 
day, and SEMI.WEEKL.Y. Tuesdays 
and Thursdays; republican; eight pages- 
daily 11x17, semi- weeklyl8x24; subscription- 
daily $5, semi- weekly $2; established— daily 
1895. as weekly 1877-, Gdorge C. Hansfield. 
editor ; Orovllie Register Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
the daily edition of this paper seemed 



CALIFORNIA. 



to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

OXNARD, Ventura Co. g 2,000 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 10 m. S. E. of 

Ventura, the county seat. Beets and beans. 

SUN AND COURIER; Fridays; sub 
scription $1.50; Train & Knight, editors and 
publishers (7—5). 

PACIFIC BEACH, San Diego Co 
g 323+ pop., on San Diego, Pacific Beach & 
Lajolla Rd., about 11 m. N. of San Diego. 
WAVE; Fridays (A A). 

PACIFIC GROVE, Monterey Co. -a 
1,411+ pop.— of township 1,439+ — on Southern 
Pacific Co's Rd., 20 m. W. by S. W. of Sali- 
nas, the county seat. Farming and dairying. 

REVIEW; every evening except Sun- 
day, and VVEEKlA", P'ridays; daily four, 
weekly eight pages 11x22: subscription — 
dally$5, weeklv $2: established- dnily 19ii4. 
weekly 1887; Wallace C. Brown, editor and 
publisher C7 — 5). 

"PALMS, Los Angeles Co. p 262t POp., 
on Southern Pacific Rd., about 10 m. W. of 
Los Angeles. 
NEWS; Saturdays (A A). 

PALO ALTO, Santa Clara Co. -a 7,000 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 17 m. N. 
W. of San Jose, the county seat, and 33 S. 
of San Francisco. Seat of Leiand Stanford, 
Jr., University. Agriculture and fruit 
raising. 

TI3IES; every evening except Sunday, 
and PALO ALT AN, Fridays; republican; 
daily eight, weekly eight to twelve pages 
16x22; subscription— daily $4.50, weekly $1; 
established— dally 1893, as a semi- weekly; 
weeklv 1901 ; H. W. Slmkins. editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

CITIZEN I Sundays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
February, 1904; L. P. Hathaway, editor; J. 
F. Parkinson, publisher (1—8). 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 16x22; subscription $1; established 
1906; Henry & Colestock. editors and pub- 
Ishersd— 8). 

P AS A'D'E'S A, Los Angeles Co. Q 9,117t 
pop.— local estimate 30,000— on Southern 
California, Southern Pacific Co's and Los 
Angeles Terminal Rds., 9 m. N. E. of Los 
Angeles, the county seat. Cultivation of 
fruit, especially oranges and lemons. 

EVENING STAR; every evening except 
Sunday; republican; twelve to thirty- two 
pages 175^x223^; subscription $4.50; estab- 
lished 1886; C. H. Prisk, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory circulation report ever cam€ 
from this paper but it has had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies in 
1Q03, 1904, 1906 and 1907. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
eight to sixteen pages 18x24; subscription 
$4.80; established 1894; Lon F. Chapin, edit- 
or; Pasadena News Company, publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the year 1903, but has not 



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since set up any daim for issuing so 
many. 
WOODMAN JOTTINGS; monthly 

(▲A). 

PASO ROBLES, San Luis Obispo 

Co. (? l,224t pop., on Southern Pacific Go's 
Rd.,32 ni. N. of San Luis Obispo, the county 
seat. Hot springs. Large hotels and bath 
houses. Mining, farming and stock raising. 
LEADER; Wednesdays; republican; 

eight pages i3x2U; subscription $1.50; estab 

llshed 1886; H. G. Wright, editor and pub 

Ushers (2—5 P). 
RECORD; Saturdays; four pages 18x22; 

subscription $1.50; established 1887; S. D. 

Merk, editor and publisher (7—5). 

FERRIS, Riverside Co. ^ l,331t pop. 
(of township), on Southern California Rd., 
23 m. S. of San Bernardino. Farming and 
mining. 

PROGRESS; Thursdays; republican; 

eight pages l2xl6; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1901; N. M. Harford, editor; P. Milliken. 
publisher. 

PETALUMA, Sonoma Co. -n 3,871t 
pop —State census 5,270— on San Francisco 
& North Paciflfi, Petaluma & Santa Rosa 
and California Northwesiern Rds. and 
Petaluma creek, 36 m. N. of and connected 
by daily steamers with San Francisco. 
Poultry, agriculture, stock raising, fruit 
and vine culture, wine making and gen 
eral manufacturing. 

ARGUS; every evening except Sunday, 
and SEi.Ul- WEEKLY, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays; republican; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription-daily $4, semi-weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1890, semi-weekly 1856; J. E. Olm- 
sted, editor; The Olmsted Company, pub- 
lishers. 

COURIER; every evening except Sun- 
day, Sunday morning, and WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays; independent; daily four pages 
18x24; Sunday eight pages 15x22; weekly 
eight to sixteen pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily $4, Sunday and weekly $1.50 ; estab- 
lished-daily 1882, Sunday 1901, weekly 1876; 
H. E. Pastor, editor; The Courier Company, 
publishers (1 — ^7). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
the_ daily edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. The 
weekly has never furnished any defi- 
nite and satisfactory report, but has 
been believed to issue more than 1,000 
copies in 1903, 1904, 1906 and 1907. 

POULTRY JOURNAL; Fridays; 
twenty nan^s lO^^xlS}^; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1895; V. H. Snow, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,163 for the 
year 1903, but has not since made 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

PINOLE, Contra Costa Co. -n 800 pop., 
on San Francisco & San Joaquin Valley 
and Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 11 m. N.of 



CALIFORNIA. 



Oakland. Agriculture, fruit and grape In- 
dustry. 

TIMES; Saturdays; four pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established 1895; J. Ber- 
mingham, Jr., editor and publisher. 

PliACERVIIiliE, c. h., El Dorado 

Co. a 1,748+ pop. — of township 2,645+— on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 60 m. E. N. E. of 
Sacramento, the State capital. Gold min- 
ing, agriculture, fruit growing, slate quar- 
rying and lumbering. 

NUGGET; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKliY, Fridays; republi- 
can; daily four, weekly eight pages 13x20; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished 1895; J. W. Shanklin, editor and pub- 
lisher (1-8). 

EL DORADO CO. REPUBLICANi 

Thursdays; republican; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $2; established 1873; Geo. A. 
Richardson, editor and publisher. 

MOUNTAIN DE3IOCRAT; Satur- 
days; democratic ; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $2; established 1852; 6. J. Car- 
penter, editor and publisher. 

PLE AS ANTON, ^^amcrfa Co.c].l,lOOt 

pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 41 m. 

E. of San Francisco. Farming and fruit 

and vine culture. 

T I 31 E S ; Saturdays ; republican ; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1882; F. E.Adams, editor and publisher (7—5). 

POINT ARENA, Mendocino Co. -Q 500 

pop., on the Pacific Coast, about 106 m. N. 

W. of and connected by steamers with San 

Francisco. Daii"ying, farming and fruit, 

lumber, tan bark and asphaltum. 

RECORD; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 24x36; subscription $2.50; established 
1888; Wm. Hanen, editor and publisher (1—8). 

POINT LOMA, San Diego Co. g 100 

pop., 8 m. S. of San Diego. 

NEW CENTURY' PATH; Sundays; 
illustrated; twenty pages 11x14; subscription 
$4; established 1S97; Katherine Tingley, edi- 
tor; The New Century Corporation, pub- 
lishers. 



POMONA, L08 Angeles Co. g 5,526t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's and Santa Fa 
&:Salt Lake Rds., 33 m. E. of Los Angeles, 
the county seat. Mauufacturmg, farming, 
fruit growing and mining. 
PROGRESS, e%'eKy evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; daily, in- 
dependent; weekly, republican; daily eight 
pages 15x22, weekly eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription—daily $3, weekly $1; established — 
daily 1898, weekly 1885; Stevens & Richard- 
son, editors and publishers (7 — 5). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper has on three occasions 
indicated a desire to have credit for _is- 
suiing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly, but such definite information 
as would warrant such a rating has 
never been forthcoming since 1896. 

REVIEW; every evening except Sunday 
republican; daily four pages 1.3J^x20; sub 
seription— daily $3; established— daily 1898 
E. E. Swantou, editor; Review Publishing 
Co.. publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,805 in 1904 
1,642 in 1905 
2,173 ii^ 1907 



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TIMES; Wednesdays; republican; eight 
to fourteen pages ISXM; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1882; Wasson & Kinney, editors 
and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

PORTERS VILLE,?"" /ore to. n 2,500 

pop., on Southern Pacific C<.'s Kd., 30 m. 
S. E. of Visalia, the county seat. Citrus and 
deciduous fruits. Graiu, cattle, dairying, 
mining. 

MESSENGER; every evening except 
Sunday, and ENTERPRISE AND 
\VEEKL.Y MESSENGER. Fridays; in- 
dependent; dally four, weekly eight pages 
17ix22i; subscription— daily $5, weekly $2; 
established — dally. April, 1905; Enterprise, 
1888; Weekly Messenger, 1902; consolidated 
November, 1907; Olds & White, editors and 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
the weekl}' edition of this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

QUINCY, c. h., Plumas Co. r^ 650 

pop., 250 m. N. E. of San Francisco and 80 
N. W. of Reno, Nev. Agriculture, mining 
and lumbering. . 

PLUMAS INDEPENDENT; Wednes 
days; tour pages 18x24; subscription $3: es- 
tablished 1892; A. Hall & A. A. Hall, editors 
and proprietors (1—8). 

PL.UMAS NATIONAL.-BUI.- 
LiETIN; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 20x26 ; subscription $3 ; established 
1866: F. G. Hail, editor; Plumas County Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. 

RAMONA, San Diego Co. Q 6(10 pop., 

38 m. N. E. of San Diego, the county seat. 

Mining, agriculture and fruit growing. 

SENTINEL.; Fridays; independent; 
eight pages 11x18; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1887; D. N. Dodson, editor and pub- 
lisher (7— 5). 

RANDSBURG, Kem Co. g 1,000 
pop., 40 m. E. of Bakersfleld, the county 
seat. Mining. 

MINER; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 19x26; subscription $2; established 
1895; W. A. McGinn, editor and publisner. 

REDBLUFF, c. h., Tehama Co. 6 

2,750+ pop.— of township 4,553+— on Southern 
Pacific Go's Rd. and Sacramento r. at head 
of navigation, 110 m. N. by N. W. of Sacra- 
mento, the State capitaL Glove manufac- 
tory. Lumbering, farming and live stock, 
wool and fruit raising. 

NEWS ; every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays ; eight pages — 
daily 15x22, weekly 18x24; subscription- daily 
$5, weekly $2; established 1885; J. F. Lin- 
thicum, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for issuing 
more than 1,000 copies in the year 1896, 
but has not sdnce set up any dajm for 
issuing so many. 
PEOPLE'S CAUSE; every evening 



CALIFORNIA. 



except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Satur- 
days; republican; daily four, weekly eight 
pages 21x30; subscription— daily $5. weekly 
$1.50; established 1860; E. C Pendleton, edi- 
tor; C. O. Pendleton, publisher. 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper has on two occasions in- 
dicated a desire to have credit for is- 
suing more than 1,000 copies reg- 
ularly, but such definite information as 
would warrant such a rating has never 
been fortlicoming. 

SENTINEL ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; Independ- 
ent; four pages— daily 15x22, weekly 22x30; 
subscription— daily $4.50, weekly $2; estab- 
lished-daily 1879, weekly 1867; J. F. Meloier 
& Sons, editors and publishers (1—8). 

REDDING, c. h., Shasta Co. t} 2.»46t 
pop.— of township 3,301+— on Southern Pa- 
cific Co's Rd., 170 m. N. by N. W. of Sacra- 
mento, the State capital. Copper and gold 
mining, lumbering and agriculture. Stock 
raising and fruit growing. 

COURIER-FREE PRESS; every 
evening except Sundays; eight pages; and 
SHASTA COURIER; semi weekly; 
Tuesdays and Fridays; republican; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $5; established- 
daily 1895, semi-weekly, 1852 at Shasta; 
Lloyd L, Carter, editor; Courier Free Press 
News Co., publishers (2—7 P). 

SEARCHIilGHT: every morning ex- 
cept Monday and legal holidays, and ."*EM I- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays; daily 
six to eight, semi weekly four pages 15x:i2; 
subscription— daily $5, semi weekly $1.50; es- 
tablished 1894: J. W. Brackett, editor and 
publisher (1—6). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an issue of 
1,188 tn 1902, since which time it has 
not furnished a report, but was credit- 
ed with printing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies for the year 1906. The semi- 
weekly had credit for an issue of 1,200 
in 1902, since which time it has not 
furnished a report, but was credited 
with printing more than 1,000 copies 
for the j'cars 1906 and 1907. 

MINERAL WEALTH; monthly: min- 
ing; sixteen pages lOi^xlS}^: sub-scrlption 
$2.50; established 1S99: M. E. Dittmar. editor; 
Mineral Wealth Publishing Co., publishers 
(1-5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies reg- 
ularly in the year 1904, but has not 
since set up any claim for issuing so 
many. 

REDIiANDS, San Bernardino Co. p 

10,880 pop.— of township 14,720— on Santa Fe 

and Southern Pacific Co's Rds., 9 m. E. 

by S. E. of San Bernardino, the county 

seat. Center of the orange country. Fruit 

raising, agriculture and health resort. 

FACTS; every evening except Sunday; 
indepenUent-republican ; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $5; established 1890; Paul W. 
Moore, editor and manager; The Moore 
Company, publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,456 in 
1903, of 1,447 in 1904, since which 
time it has not furnished a satisfactory 
report, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies for the years 
1906 and 1907. 



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REVIEW; every morning except Sun- 
day, anrt WEEKLY, Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $1; established— daily 1901, weekly 
1898; Lyman M. King, editor: Review Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. 

CITROGRATH; Saturdays; independ- 
ent: twelve pages 11x17; subscription $2: 
established 1887; Scipio Craig, editor; Red 
lands News Co.. publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had 
credit for an issue of 1,350 for the! 
year 1896, but has not since made 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 
copies. 

REDONDO, Los Anf/eles Co. p 855t 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd., 
20 m. S. of Los Angeles. 

BREEZE; Saturdays (A A). 

REFLEX; Thursda.s^; indenf^ndent; 
eight pages l3x20: subscription $1.5U; estab- 
lished August, IftO'i; John Steward, editor; 
Reflex PubllshingCo. (Inc.), publishersd— 7). 

RED^WOOD CITY,c. h., San Ma- 

teo Co. -D l,653t pop., on Southern Pacific 
Co's Rd. and Redwood creek, at the head of 
low water navigation, 28 rn. S. E. of San 
Francisco. Leather manufacturing. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1886: J. V. Swift, editor and publisher. 
Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

TIMES -GAZETTE; Saturdays: re- 
pablican ; four pages 18x24 ; subscription $2.50 : 
established 1859; D. E. O'Keefe, editor and 
publisher. 

REEDLEY, Fresno Co. n 500 pop., on 

Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Co's Rds., 

about 25 m. S. E. of Fresno, the county seat. 

Agriculture. 

EXPONENT; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 1.5x22; subscription $1..tO; estah 
lished 1891; John Fairweather, editor and 
publisher. 

RIAL TO, San Bernardino Co. R 301 1 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd., 
about 53 m. E. of Los Angeles. 
DISPATCH ; Saturdays (A A). 

RICHMOND, Contra Costa 
Co. -G 3,500 pop., terminus on San Fran- 
cisco bay of Atchison, Topeka & Santa 
Fe Ra., also freight depot for Southern 
Pacific Co's Rd., 8 m. across San Francisco 
bay. Shipping. Railway terminal of the 
Standard Oil pipe line from the interior of 
the State; railroad shops and oil refineries. 
Farming country adjacent. 

LEADER; every evening except Sun- 
day (A A). 

RECORD ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays; independent; 
four pages 15x22; subscription — daily $4, 
weekly $2 ; established — daily February, 
1902, weekly August. 1900; Lyman Naugle, 
editor and publisher (7— 5). 

RIOVISTA, Solano Co. n 682tpop.— 
of township 1,500+— on Sacramento r., 22 m. 



C ALIFORM A. 



E. of Suisun and 65 E. N. E. of San Fran- 
cisco, by water. A shipping point. 
RIVER NEWS; Fridays; independent; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1890; Otto Jensen, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

RIVERSIDE, c. h.. Riverside Co. R 

12,UU0 pop.— lo.-al estimate— on Santa Fe, 
Southern Pacific and Salt Lake Rde. Or- 
anges, lemons and deciduous fruits. 
ENTERPKISE; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; re- 
publican; eight pages 17*^x24; subscription 
—daily $6, weekly $1 ; established 1881 ; The 
Enterprise Company, editors and publishers 
(1-6). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 1,873 in 1902, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
1,000 copies for the year 1907. The 
weekly edition had credit for an issue 
of 1,395 for the year 1896, but has 
not since made claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 
PRESS; every evening except Sunday 

(AA). 
BUI) GET ;Saturdays:lndependent; eight 

pages 81.6x12: subscription 50 cents: estab- 
lished 1899; G W. Freeman, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

AS VOU FIND IT; semimonthly; lo- 
cal; twentv pages T^xKit: suhfcrlpt'Oii $1; 
established January. 19(»7; Frsiik E. Rusfell. 
editor; Orantr*" Vallev Publishing Co.. pub- 
lishers (2— 8P). 

FAR- WESTERN BEEKEEPER; 
monthly (A A). 

ROCKLIN, Placer Co. D l,050t pop., 
on Southern Pacific Co's Rd.. 6 m. S. W. of 
Auburn, the county seat. Mining, fruit 
growing and grape culture. 
PLACER REPRESENTATIVE: 

Saturdays; republican; four pages 18x24; 

subscription $1.^0: established 1892; H. L. 

Beecroft, editor and publisher (6—5). 

ROSEVILIiE, Pl(icer Co. u- on 
Southern Pacific Rd., 18 m. N. E.of Sacra- 
mento. 

REGISTER; Saturdays; Independent; 
fiiur pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished March, 191)6; C. W. Anderson, editor 
and publisher ( 1—8). 

SACRAMENTO, c. h., Sacramento 
Co. u 55,000 pop.. State Capital, on 
"Western Pacific and Southern Pacific Rds. 
and Sacramento r., at head of navigation 
for large steamboats. 120 m., by water, N.E. 
of San Francisco. Various manufactures. 
Shipping point of California green fruits. 
Center of fruit and vineyard country. 
Seat of Southern Pacific R. R. shops. 
EVENING BEE; every evening except 
Sunday; independent; daily ten to twelve 
Saturday sixteen to twenty four pages 18x24; 
subscription- daily $6, Saturday $1; estab- 
lished 1857- James McClatchy Co., editors and 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 7.334 in. 1900 

7,788 in 1901 

7,724 in 1902 

8,601 in 1903 

10,825 in 1904.. 

10,977 in 1905 

13,558 in 1906 

15,120 in 1907 



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CALIFORNIA. 



STAR; dally except Sundays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 17x24; subscription $3; es- 
tablisiied November, 1904; Henry White, edi- 
tor; W. H. Porterfield, publisher (1—5). 
Copies printed: 2,835 in 1903 
3,835 in 1906 
4,055 in 1907 

UNION; every murulng; republican; 
ten to twenty eight pages 15^x2lJ^; sub- 
scription $6; established 1851; E. A. Forbes, 
editor and publisher (12—4). 

Copies printed: 7,139 in 1905 
8,364 in 1906 
9,616 in 1907 
Piiblisher'a announcement.— "RRtayiUshe A 1851. 

The only uioruing paper in a morningfleld. 

Sworn detailed circulation for the last six 

months of 1907, 10,788. The quality paper of 

Interior California. 

CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWER; 
Satar lays; Horticulture; sixteen pages 11x15; 
subscription $2; established 1888: H. C. Row^- 
ley, editor and publisher (1—7). 

(_opies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report but has credit for printing more 
than 1,000 copies since 1900, including 
the vear 1907. 

I.EA DER ; Sundays (A A). 

i.IBERDADE; Saturdays ( A A). 

NOR D- CALIFORNIA llEROliD 
UND SACRAHfENTO J O U R N A L : 
Saturdays; German; eight pages 17x22; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1858; Charles 
sehraitt. editor and publisher. 

PRESS; Wednesdays; eight pages 12x18; 
subscription $1.50; established July, 1902; 
Woodman & Hoey, editors and publishers 
(7-5 J. 

STELLA D'lTALIA; Saturdays (AA). 

SUNDA VNEVVS; Sundays; republican; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1894: The News Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

TRIBUNE; Tue8days;labor;eight pages 
13x20; subs'-ription $1; established Decem- 
ber, 1901; John S. Blair, editor and pub 
lisher (1— 8j. 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect, 

CALIFORNIA ODD FELLOW 
AND NEW AGE; monthly; Odd Fellows; 
sixteen pages 10^^x14; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1895; C. M. Harrison, editor and 
publisher (2— >). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

LIVESTOCK AND DAIRY JOUR- 
NAL; monthly; agriculture; sixteen to 
forty -eight pages liixll; subscription $1; es- 
tablished June, 1903; Charles H. Blemer, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,858 in 1904 
and 5,000 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with 
more than 4,000 in 1907. 

WESTERN ELK; mcmthly; Elks; six- 
teen pages 9xllJ^; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1899; W. H. Treichler, editor; Jos. M. 
Anderson, publi.sher (f— 3). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding i.ooo cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 



information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SACRAMENTO MISSIONARY; 
quarterly; protestant episcopal; thirty-six 
pages 6x9; subscription 25 cents; established 
March. 1903; Rev. George E. Swan, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,875 iti 1904 
2,275 in 1907 

SAINT HELENA, ^apa Co.-a l,582t 

pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 60 m. N. 

of San Francisco. Farming, vine culture 

and wine making. 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ll-shed 1894; W. C. Lewis, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

STAR; Fridays; republican; four pages 
20x26: subscription $2; established 1874; F. B. 
Macfelnder. editor and publisher (7—5). 

SAIilNAS, c. li., Monterey Co. -a3,304t 

pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 116 m. S. 

E. of San Francisco. Agriculture, fruit, 

live stock and wool raising. 

INDEX; every morning except Sun- 
day, ai»d WEEKLY, Thursdays; repub- 
lican: dally four pages 13x20, weekly eight 
pages 18x24; subscription— daily $4.50, weekly 
$1.50; established- daily 189b. weekly 1871; 
W. J. Hill, editor and publisher. 

JOURNAJj; every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages— daily 13x20, weekly 20x26; 
subscription— daily $4.50, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished—dally 1889, weekly 1867; M. J.Smeltzer, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

MONTEREY CO. DEMOCRAT; 
Fridays: four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1897; J. V. Bell, editor and pub- 
lisher (T — 3). 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 con 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SAN ANDREAS, c. h., Calaveras 

Co. a l,688t pop. (of township). 42 m. N. E. 
of Stockton. Agriculture, horticulture and 
gold mining. 

CALAVERAS CITIZEN; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 1870; S. J. Lewis, editor and 
publisher (2—8). 

CALAVERAS PRO S PECT; Satur- 
days; four pages 18x34: subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1881 ; C. W. Qetchell, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SAN BERNARDINO, c. h., San 

Bernardino Co. ^ 15,000 pop., on Southern 
California, Salt Lake, and Southern Pacific 
Co's Rds., 60 m. E. of Los Angeles. In a 
fertile valley. Agriculture, horticulture 
and mining. Santa Fe R. R. shops. 

EVENING INDEX; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; re- 
publican; eight to 8ixt«en pages 173^x22; 
subscription- daily $6; established 1898; W.S. 
Conger, editor and publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: daily, 2,441 in 1906 

2,752 in 1907 

FREE PRESS; every evening except 

Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; demo- 



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cratic; daily four pages 13x20, weekly eight 
pages 11x14; subscription— daily $4.80, week- 
ly $1; established 1896; H. C. Warner, editor 
and publisher. 

SUN; every morning except Monday; re- 
publican; eight pages 18x24; subscription $6; 
established 1894; The Sun Company, editors 
and publishers (3—7). 

Copies printed: 2,301 in 1906 
3,276 in 1907 

SAN DIEGO, c. h., San Diego Co. Q 

25,000 pop., local estimate, on Coronado, 
National City & Otay, San Diego, Cuya 
maca & Eastern and Southern California 
Rds. and San Diego bay, 120 m. from Los 
Angeles and 12 frum the Mexican frontier. 
The seaport town of Southern California. 
Exports raisins, lemons, oranges, honey, 
apples, wool and grain. Gold mining. Sea- 
side resort. 

DAILY. 

EVENING TRIBUNE; every evening 
except Sunday; republican; six to eight 
pages 18x^4; subscription $4; established 189d; 
The Tribune Company, publishers (1—6). 
Copies printed: 3,009 in 1901 
3,194 in 1904 
3,308 in 1905 
3,296 in 1906 
3,531 in 1907 
SUN; every evening except Sunday; in 
dependent; eight pages 10x25; subscription 
S4.20: established I88I; C. A McGrew. editor ; 
San Diegan Sun Co., publishers (2—8). 
Copies printed: 2,624 in 1901, 
2,722 in 1902 
2,737 in 1903 
3,061 in 1904 
3,368 in 190S 
3,829 in 1906 
4,693 in 1907 
UNION; every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays; republican; dally eight to 
ten, Sunday sixteen to twenty, weekly 
eight pages 18x32; subscription— daily $9, 
weekly SL.'it); established— daily 18; i, weekly 
1868; James MacMullen, editor; San Diego 
Union Company, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: No detailed satisfac- 
tory report ever came for either edi- 
tion of these papers during the pasf 
ten years, but they have been generally 
credited with editions exceeding 4,000 
daily, 4,000 Sunday and exceeding 
1,000 weekly, 

WEEKLY. 

HERALD; Thursdays (A A). 

NEWS; Thursdays; four pages 18x24; sub 
scription $1; established 1892: Cooke & Chris 
tiance, editors and publishers (1— 8 ». 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

SUED-CAL.IFORNIA DEUTSCHE 
ZEITUNG; Fridays; German; independ- 
ent; eight pages 17x23; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1886; J. Harbs, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

SAN DIM AS, Los Angeles Co. J3600 
pop., on Southern Pacific and Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Rds., 30 m- E. of Los 
Angeles. Fruit raising. 

EAGLE: Thursdays; republican; six 

pages 15x20; subscription $1 ; established Feb- 



CALIFORNIA. 



ruary, 1904; H. H. Kinney, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—b). 

SAN FERNANDO, Los Angeles Co. 

g 1.800 pop., on Southern Pacific Rd. 

PRESS; Fridays; independent; four 
pages l:!x-«>0; subscription $1.50; established 
April 8, 1904; Herbert W. Crooks, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

SAN FRANCISCO, c.h.. San Fran- 
cisco Co. -D 4LK.i,0(JU pop., on Santa Fe & 
Western Pacific, San Francisco & North 
Pacific and Southern Pacific Co's Rds. The 
metropolis of the Pacific Coast, on San 
Francisco bay at its entrance through 
Golden Gate. Exten-slve manufacturing, 
fishing, whaling interests and exportation 
of precious metals, wheat, flour, wine, 
quicksilver.wool, barley. rubber and hides. 
Its suburban population is about 200.000. 

DAILY. 
BULLETIN ; every evening except Sun- 
day; indepenaeni- republican; twelve to 
twenty-eight pages 16i^x2l^: sub.scription 
$8; established 1H55; K. A. Crothers, editor 
and publisher. Office, 233 Kearny street 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: 44>3ii m ipoo 
56,100 in 1905 
85,768 in 1907 
Publisher's announcetntnt. — The Bulletin 
has practically a monopoly of the evening 
field and circulates over 40,100 copies daily 
in San Francisco. 

Its advertising contracts are babed on the 
guaranteed statement that it has a larger 
daily average distribution than any news- 
paper published on the Pacific Coast. 

The Bulletin carries, day by day, more 
inches of local aisplay advertising than 
any San Francisco paper. 

All circulation books and cash records 
are open to the experts of the Association 
of American Advertisers or any advertis*r. 
CALIFORNIA DEMOHRAT ; every 
morning, and CALIFORNIA STAATS 
ZEITU N G, Thursdays ; German ;independ- 
ent; daily and weekly eight, Sunday twelve 
pages 18x>2; subscription— daily $7.50, weekly 
$2.50, Sunday $2.50, weekly with Sunday $3; 
established— daily 1853, weekly 1854; consoli- 
dated with Abend Post and Weekly Califor- 
nia Journal, m)S; California Demokrat Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers. Office, 51 Third 

Qfpzapt (12 4) 

Copies printed: No detailed satis- 
factory statement ever came for either 
edition of these papers, but they have 
been generally credited with printing 
more than 2,250 daily, more than 2,250 
Sunday, and more than 2,259 weekly. 
CALL; every morning, and WEEKLY", 
Wednesdays; republican; daily and weekly 
twelve to sixteen, Sunday fifty two to 
sixty pages 18x26; subscription— daily and 
Sunday $8, Sunday $2.50, weekly $1; estab- 
lished 'l856; C. W. Hornick, editor; John D. 
Spreckels, publisher. Office. Call BIdg. 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an issue of 
58,350 in 1900 and 62,941 in 1905, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 40,000 in 1906 
and 1907. 

The Sunday edition had credit for 



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CALIFORNIA— San Francisco. 

an issue of 71,584 in 1902 and 88,813 
in 1905, since which it has not fur- 
nished any definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with more than 
40,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

No report has ever been obtained for 
the weekly, but it was credited with 
more than 1,000 copies in 1906 and 
1907. 

CHINESE WORLD; every morning 
except Sunday; Chinese; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $6; established 1892; Robert L. 
Park, e'lltor; Mon Hing Yat Bo Publishing 
Co., publishers. Office. 825 Dunont st. (2—.?). 

Copies printed: No complete and sat- 
isfactory report has been obtained 
within ten years, but has been credited 
with issuing more than 1,000 copies 
since 1902. 

CHROiNICLiE; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays; independent; 
daily twelve to sixteen, Sunday thirty-six, 
weekly sixteen pages 17x23; subscription- 
daily with Sunday $6.70, weekly $1.50, Sun- 
day $2; established— daily and Sunday 1865. 
weekly 18T4; xM. H. de Young, editor and pub- 
lisher. Office, cor. Market. Gearv and Kearny 
streets. 

Copies printed: In 1902 the state- 
ment of daily and Sunday issues was 
thoug'ht to be larger than facts would 
warrant, and an effort to investigate 
failed to produce a result calculated to 
remove the feeling of doubt, conse- 
quently statements have not since been 
considered. The weekly had credit 
for issuing 32,183 copies in 1901 and 
was thought to print more than 20,000 
in 1905. 

CHUNG SAl YAT PO; everv morn 
ing except Sunday; Chinese; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $6; established 1900; 
Chung Sal Yat Po Publishing Com])anv. pub- 
lishers. Om -e, 8fi2 Franklin street i2— 8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the year 1903, but has not 
since set up any satisfactory claim 
for issuing so many. 

CONSTRUCTION NEWS ; every 
moroing excent Sunday and Monday (A A). 

EVENING POST; 'every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; in- 
dependent-republican; daily twelve. Satur- 
day twenty to twenty-four, and weekly 
twelve to sixteen pages 17x2!; subscription- 
dally .'$4.50. weekly $1 ; established— daily 1871, 
weekly 1875; Hugh Hume, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

C-opies printed: Credited wpth is- 



CALIFORXIA— San Francisco. 

suing 19,054 daily in 1897 and 8,043 
weekly in 1896, since which time no 
detailed and satisfactory reports have 
been had, but the papers had credit 
for printing more than 7,500 daily and 
m.ore than 1,000 weekly in 1907. 

EXAMINER; every morning, and 
WEE K 1 i Y , Thursdays ; independent-demo- 
cratic; dally twelve to sixteen, Sunday flfty- 
two to flfty-six, weekly sixteen pages 
16>^x21}^; subscription— dally (including Sun- 
day) $8, Sunday $2.50, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished 1865; W. R. Hearst, editor and pub- 
lisher (1-8). 

Copies printed: dailv, 107,988 ill 1907 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE; every 
evening except Sunday and liolidays; com- 
mercial; six and eight pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $8; established 1883; J. S. Wardell. man- 
ager; Journal Publishing Co., Inc., pub- 
lishers. Office, 51 Third street (1—8). 

LA VOCE DEL POPOLO ; every 
evening except Sunday, aiKl WEEKLY, 
Saturdays; Italian; independent; daily six, 
weekly four pages 20x26; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly $2; established— daily ia59. weekly 
1895; E. J. Crevasco, editor and publisher. 
Oltice, 729 Montgomery .«treet t A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 4,Soo in 1893, of 
more than 2,250 in 1900, since which 
time it has not furnished a complete 
and satisfactory report, but was credit- 
ed with printing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies for the year 1906. 

L' ITALIA ; every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; Italian; 
Independent-republican; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription — daily $6, weekly $2; estab- 
lished-daily 1887, weekly 1899; Ettore Pat- 
rizi & Co., editors and publishers. Office. 118 
Montgomery avenue (1— S). See adver- 
tisement below. 

Copies printed: 7.341 in 1907 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; in- 
dependent: four pages 1S.k22: snt'soription 
$:3; established March. 1903; W. D Wasson. 
editor; News Publishing Co., publishers 
(l-T). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 7,438 in 1904 and 25,818 
in igo6, since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more tlian 20,000 in 1907. 

RECORI>ER;every morning except Sun- 
day; independent; eight to sixteen pages 
17x23; subscription $12; established 1900; 
Andrew Y. Wood, editor; Recorder Printing 
and Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 130 
McAllister street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has 



Ettore Pdtrizi & Co., Publishers 



Ettore Patrizi, nanaginjf Editor 



The Italian L' I TALI A ^^^^^ ^^^^ 

The most up-to-date Foreign Daily Paper in the United States, with the largest 
circulation on the Pacific Coast. Progressive before the San Francisco disaster, 
more progressive afterwards. An average of 10,000 inches of advertisements a month 
before the disaster, over 17,000 after the disaster. 

Over 30,000 Italians in San Francisco, about 100,000 on the Pacific Coast. 
Reaches every Italian Home and Business Place on the Pacific Coast. 

118 Montgomery Avenue, - San Francisco, Cal. 



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CALIFORNIA— San Francisco. 

never furnished a detailed and satis- 
fax:tory report of its issues, but had 
credit for printing more than i,ooo 

copies in 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907. 

WEEKLY. 

ARGONAUT ; Saturdays; independent: 
sixteen page:* llxlti; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1877; Argonaut Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: Had credit for is- 
suing 15,165 average in 1902, since 
which no report has been received, 
but credited with issuing more than 
7,500 in 1906 and 1907. 

BIEN; Fridays; Danish-Norwegian; eight 
pages 20x24; subscription $2; established 
1882; S. Hartnick, editor and publisher. 
Office, 952 Yorli streer ( 1— S). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,080 in 1898, 
since which time it has not furnished 
a definite or satisfactory report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
1,000 copies for the year 1907. 

BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN; 

Saturdays; sporting and stock breeding; 
twenty pages 11x16; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 18S2; D. W. Hackett. editor; F. W. 
Kelley, publisher. Office, 616 Golden Gate 
avenue (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report but has had credit for issuing 
more than 2,250 copies for the years 
1903, 1906 and 1907. 

BUTCHERS'AND STOCKGROVV- 
ERS' JOURNAL; Saturdays; livestock; 
fourteen pages 10x13}^; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1896; F. J. Sinclair, editor and pub- 
lisher. Office, 628 Montgomery street (2—3) 
(A A)._ 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but has had credit for issuing 
more than 1,000 copies for the years 
1902, 1904 and 1906. 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN AD- 
VOCATE; Thursdays ; methodist-epls- 
copal; twenty pages 9x13; subscription $1.50; 
establlalied 1831 ; Freeman D. Bovard, editor; 
Methodist Book Concern, publishers. Office, 
1IJ37 Market street (1—5). 

Copies printed: 4,807 in 1901, and 
4,688 in 1902, since wMch it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has credit for issuing more 
than 2.250 in 1906 and 1907. 

COAST SEAMEN'S J O U R N A L; 

'We<luesriays; International Seamen's Union 
of America; sixteen pages 11x16; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1887; W. Macarthur, 
editor; Sailors' Union of the Pacific, pub 
Ushers. Office, 44-46 East street (2—7). 

Copies printed: 4,617 in 1902 
7,965 in 1906 
8,038 in 1907 

COMMERCIAL HERALD AND 
MARKET REVIEW; Thursdays; com- 
mercial ; four pa^s 2lx2S: subscnptiou 85; 
established t8.>4 ; J. O'Leary , editor ; Journal of 
Commerce I*ublishing Co., publishers. Office, 
320 Sansome street. 

DEUTSCHE VEREINS-ZEITUNG; 

Fridays; German societies; thirty-two pages 
11x15; subscription SI. 50; established 1891; C. 
Leldecker& Co., editors and publishers. Of- 
fice, 156 New Montgomery street (8—3) ( A A). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has credit for printing 



CALIFORNIA— San Francisco. 

more than 1,000 copies for the years 
1903. 1904 and 1906. 

DRAMATIC REVIEW AND MU- 
SIC AND DRAMA ; Saturdays; dramatic; 
sixteen pages 13x16; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1S39; Charles H. Farrell, editor and 
publisher. Office, 287 Thirteenth 8treet(l— 8). 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies reg- 
ularly in the year 1901, but has not 
since sustained any claim for issuing 
so many. 

EMANU-EIi; Fridays: Jewish; twenty 
pages 9x11; subscription §2; established 1895; 
A. W. Voorsanger, editor and publisher. 
Office, 508 Montgomerv street ( A A). 

EVERY WOMAN; Saturdays; literary; 
eight pages 8>^xl2; subscription $1; estab- 
lished October, 1905; Marv Fairbrother, editor 
and publisher. Office, 1091 Stelner st. (1—8). 

GROCER AND COUNTRY MER- 
CHANT AND TOBACCONIST; Fri 
days; groceries, tobacco; eigliteen pages 
9x12; subscription $2.50; established 1874; J. 
J. 3Ienzies, editor and publisher. Office, 109 
Californiastreet. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 2,500 for the year 
1894, but has not since made claim 
to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

HEBREW; Fridays; English and Ger- 
man; Jewish ; eight pages 14x22; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1863; Philo Jacoby, editor 
and publisher. Office, 612 Commercial street. 

HOTEL GAZETTE; Saturdays; four 
pages 12x18; subscription $8; established 1876; 
William P. Harrison, editor and publisher. 
Office. 1310 Webster street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing 5,200 regularly in 1899. 
It has not since registered any satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 4,000 copies in 1907. 

JEWISH TIMES: Fridays; Jewish; 
sixteen pages 11x12; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 18.55; M. S. Levy and Dawson Mayer, 
editors; The Jewish Times, publishers. Office, 
264 Pacific building (1— ^). 

JOURNAL OF ELECTRICITY, 
POWER AKD <;AS: weekly; power en- 
gineering; sixty pages 9x12; subscription 
82 50; established 1895; Technical Publishing 
Co.. editors and publishers. Office, Atlas 
building (1—7). 

Copies printed: 1,687 in_ 1S92, since 
which no detailed and satisfactory re- 
port has been furnished, but it has 
credit for printing more than 1,000 
copies in 1903, 1906 and 1907. 

LABOR CLARION; Fridays; labor; 
sixteen pages 10x13; subscription $1; estab- 
lished February, 1902; San Francisco Labor 
Council, editors and publishers. Office. 312 
Fourteenth street (10—6). 

Copies printed: 9,985 in 1903. and- 
11,426 in 1904, and credited with is- 
suing more than 7.500 in 1907. 

LEADER; Saturdays ; Irish ; roman 
catholic; eight pages 18x22; subscription $1; 
established January. 1902; Joseph F. Kirby, 
editor; Leader Publishing Co., publishers. 
Office, 532 Commercial street (12—3). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
filed any report, but has credit for 
issuing more than 2,250 regularly in 
1903, 1906 and 1907. 

MINING AND ENGINEERING 
REVIEW AND ELECTRICIAN; 

Saturdays: twenty pages 10xl3i^; subscrip- 
tion $3; established I*-!89: T. J. Fitzsimmong, 
editor and publisher. Office, 425 Montgomery 
street (1—5) (A A). 

Copies printed: 8,999 in 1902 and 



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CALIFORMA—San Francisco. 

11,558 in 1904 and credited with print- 
ing regularly more than 7,500 in 1906. 
MINING AND S CI K N T I F I C 

P K E !S 5J ; Saturdays; mining and elec- 
trical; eighty pages 8%x12}ij; subscription 
$3; established 186U; T. A. Kickard, edilur 
and publisher. Office, 667 Howard st. (1—8). 

Copies printed: 9,310 in 1901, since 
which it has liled no definite and satis- 
factory report, but was believed to 
issue more than 4,000 copies in 1906 
and 1907. 

MISJSilUN JOURNAL; Saturdays; in- 
dependent-republican; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription |l.50; established 18(6; F. O. 
Thomas editor; J. u. Thomas, publisher. 
Office, 3956 Nineteenth street (AA>. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal or 
the claim. 

MONITOR; Saturdays; roman catho- 
lic; twenty pages 11x16; subscription $2.50; 
established 1856 ; T. A Connelly, editor; The 
Monitor Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 
37 Flood building ( 5—3). 

Copies printed: 25,166 in 1901, since 
which it has not made any definite an,^ 
satisfactory statement, but was credited 
with issuing more than 17,500 in 1907. 

NEWS LETTER AND CALIFOR- 
NIA ADVERTISER; Saturdays; thirty 
six pages ga^xlSi^; subscription $4; estab 
lished 1856; FredericR Man-iott. editor^nd 
publisher. Office, 725 Market street (1—7). 

Copies printed: 16,692 in 1902, and 
18,753 in I904j and credited with iJ*- 
suing more than 17,500 in 1907. 

NORTH EXD REVIEW; Saturdays; 
independent; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1^-99; North Eml Review Pub 
llshing Co., editors and publishers. Office, 
1318 Stockton street. 

ORGANIZED LABOR; Saturdays: 
labor; eight pages 17x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 19u0; O. A. Tveitmoe, editor; The 
Organized Labor Publishing Company, Inc., 
publishers. Office, 221 Leayenworth st. (1—8). 
Copies printed: 12,013 in 1902, since 
which it has not filed any statement, 
but is credited with printing over 4,000 
in igo6 and 1907. 

OUR JUNIOR CITIZENS; Satur 
days; juvenile; eight to twenty pages 6x93^; 
subscription $1; established 1891; A. H. Hutch 
inson, editor; Roosevelt Bovs' Club, publish- 
ers. Office, 1201 Treat avenue (1—5 P). 

PACIFIC; Thursdays; congregational, 
twenty pages 8x12; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1851; W. W. Ferrier, editor: Pub- 
lishing Company of the Pacific, publishers 
Office, Y. M. C. A. building (8—31 (A A). 

Copies printed: 2,721 in 1896, since 
which time it has not filed any definite 
and satisfactory report, but is credited 
with having printed more than 1,000 
copies in 1902, 1903, 1904 and 1906. 

PACIFIC CHRISTIAN; Thursdays 

(▲A). 

PACIFIC COAST MUSICAL RE- 
VIEW; Saturdays; music: sixteen pages 
9»^xl2; subscription $2; established October, 
1901; Alfred Metzger, editor; Musical Re 
view Company, publishers. Office, Sutter 
and Kearney streets (1—81. 

Copies 'printed: 5,000 in 1907 

PACIFIC DAIRY REVIEW; Thurs- 
days: dairying; twenty four pages 9x12; es- 
tablished as Dairy and Produce Recieiv, 



CALIFORNIA— San Francisco. 

1896; William H. Say lor, editor; Saylor Pub- 
lishing Company , publishers. Office, 86 Com- 
mercial street (9— 7P). 

PACIFIC METHODIST ADVO- 
CATE ; Thursdays; methodist-episcopal, 
south; sixteen pages 9x12; subsci'iption $2; 
established 1854: W. E. Vaughan, editor and 
publisher. Office, 1170 Market street ( 1—8 ). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS; Satur- 
days; agriculture and horticulture: sixteen 
pages 11x16; subscription $2: established 
1870; E. J. Wickson, editor; Dewey Publish- 
ing Company, publishers. Office, 667 How- 
ard street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 8,861 in 1901, Since 
which no definite and satisfactory re- 
port has been filed, but was credited 
with issuing more than 7,500 in 1907. 

RETAIL GROCERS' ADVOCATE » 

Fridays; groceries: forty-four pages 81^0x12; 

subscription $2; established 1896; Earl D. 

Eddy, editor; California Retail Grocers' A.s- 

j suciation, publisheis. Office, 222 Sheldon 

I building (1--8). 

Copies printed: 4,480 in 1903, since 
i which it has filed no definite and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
issuing more than 2,250 copies regu- 
larly in 1906 and 1907. 

RICHMOND BANNER} Fridays; in- 
dependent; four cages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1894; \V. T. Lyon, editor and 
publisher. Office, 320 Sixth avenue. 

STAR; Saturdays; independent; sixteen 
pages 9x12 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
19H3 ; James H. Barry, editor and publisher. 
Office, 429 Montgomery street ( ;• — 3 ). 

Copies printed: 9,851 in 1896, since 
which no definite and satisfactory re- 
port has been placed on file, but was 
credited with issuing more than 4,000 
regularly in 1903, 1906 and 1907. 

T A G E li 1.. A TT ; Fli.ia^^; Oierman; 
socialist; eigni pages 2ux;:.6: >ubscnpiion 
$ij.80; establishea lb91; Arthur Baar, editor; 
San Francisco Tageblatt Publishing Society, 
publishers. Office. 117 Turk st. (8— 3) (A A). 

Copies printed: 2,537 in 1904 and 
credited with issuing more than 1,000 
in 1906. 

TOWN TALK; Saturdays ; society ; 
dumocratic; thirty six pages 9x12: subscrip- 
tion $3; established IftiS; Theo. F. Bonnet, 
editor; Town Talk Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers. Office, 1019 Market street (1—4). 

Copies printed: 9,578 in 1901, 17,- 
032 in 1903, since which no report hab 
been filed, but credited with issuing 
more than 12,500 in 1906 and 1907. 

TRADE JOURNAL; Saturdays; can- 
ning, packing, groceries and allied interests; 
twenty-four pages 10x14; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1864; L. H. Irvine, editor; Calkins' 
Newspaper Syndicate, publishers. Office. 
Calkins building (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: 1,819 in 1900, since 
which time no satisfactory report has 
been filed, but credited with issuing 
more than 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

VESTKUSTEN; Thursaays; Swedish; 
Independent republican; eight pages 18x24; 
subscription $2; established 1886; Alex. Ols- 
eon, editor and publisher. Office, 30 Sharon 
street (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,237 in 1902, 



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and 4,171 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with 
more than 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

W A SP J Saturdays; llliisrrate-l; thirty- 
two pdges 9x12; subscription »6; established 
1876; Waap Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. Office, 5i;6 Mission street. 

Copies printed: 16,024 in 1896, sinc6 
which time no definite and satisfactory 
report has been placed on file, but 
was believed to issue more than 4,000 
copies in 1902, 1903, 1906 and 1907. 
WE8TEKN HOTEL REPORTER; 
Saturdays; traveling, hotels; twenty and 
twenty eight pages 9x12; subscription $3; es- 
tablished July, 191J3; Edw. T. Mapes, editor; 
Hotel Reporter Conipauy, publishers. Office, 
660 Marliet street (2— 8). 

Copies printed: Xo definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

WESTERN OUTLOOK; Saturdays; 
negro; four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; 
established 1894; Jos. S. Francis and J. L. 
Derriok, editors and publishers. Office, 425 
Montgomery street ( A A ). 

Copies printed: For the year 1899 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

WESTERN WORLD; Saturdays; In- 
dependent; thirty-two pages 9i^xl2; sub- 
scription. $2.50; established April, 1907; Denl- 
son Halley Clift, editor; Burleigh Davison, 
publisher. Office, 915 Van Ness avenue (1— S) . 

SEMI-MONTHLY. 

PACIFIC CHURCHMAN; semi 
monthly; protestant episcopal; sixteen 
pages 9x14; subscription $2; established 1866; 
Diocese of California, publishers. Office, 1215 
Sacramento street (1—7). 

Copies printed: 1,427 in 190,:; 
1,928 in 1906 
1,683 in 1907 

PACIFIC MINING AND OIL RE- 
PORTER; semimonthly; oil and mining; 
twenty pages 11x15* ; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1899; E. S. Eastman, editor; Pacific 
Oil Reporter Co. (Inc.) publishers. Office, 
1300 Golden Gate avenue (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies reg- 
ularly in the year 1903, but has_ not 
since set up any definite or satisfac- 
tory claim for issuing so many. 

PACIFIC UNDERWRITER; semi 
monthly: Insurance; twenty pages 95^x12; 
subscription $2.50; established 1886; W. E. 
Taffender, editor; Robert W. Neal, publisher. 
Office, 711 Merchants' Exchange bldg (1—8;. 

MONTHLY. 

AMERICAN ASIATIC JOURNAL. 
OF COMMERCE; monthly f A A). 

AMERICAN FORESTER RE- 
VIEW; monthly; foresters of America; 
thlrt.y-two pages 7x10; subscription SI; estab- 
lished 1898; J. Label, editor; American For- 
ester Review, publishers. Office. 1435 Octavia 
•treet (1—8). 

Copies, printed: 2,500 in 1902 
2,791 in 1904 
2,750 in 1907 

ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER OF 
CALIFORNIA; monthly; architecture 
and engineering; one hundred and forty 
pages 734xlO?4; subscription $1.50: estab- 



CALIFORNIA—San Francisco. 

lished May, 1905; Architect & Engineer Oo., 
editors and publishers. Office, 621 Mouad- 
nock building ( 1—7). 

BISHOP'S ABC GUIDE; monthly; 
shipping and time tables; three hundred and 
fifty pages dJ^oxS ; subscription $3 ; established 
1885; Joseph Penso. editor; Traffic Publishing 
Co.. puhlishei s. Office. 345 Hyde street (1 — 7 ). 
Copies printed: Xo definite and sat- 
isfactory statement was ever placed 
on file, but had credit for issuing 
more than 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

BLAIR'S RAIIiROAD AND 
STEAMSHIP DIRtCTOKY; month 
ly: seven hundred and flftv pages 4J4x9J4; 
subscription SIO; established JIarch,' I9(n; 
Harry N. Blair, editor: Blair's Railroad and 
Steamship Directory Companv, publishers. 
Office, 943 Van Ness avenue (6-7). 

BLUE MUliE; monthly (A A). 

CALIFORNIA A. O. IJ.W. ; monthly: 
fraternal: sixteen pages9xl4; subscription 25 
cents; established 1877; C. T. Spencer, editor 
and publisher. Office. 453 Fillmore st. (1—^). 

Copies printed: No definite and sat- 
isfactory statement from this paper 
was ever received, but it was thought 
to issue more than 2,250 in 1906 and 
1907. 

CALIFORNIA MEDICAL JOUR- 
NAL; monthly; medical; fifty-two pages 
7x10; subscription $1.50; established 1879; D. 
Maclean, editor; California Medical College, 
publishers. Office, 1466 Folsom street (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,77-0 in 1901 
and 2,660 in 1905, since wnich it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
€or\»'' report, but was credited with 
exceeding 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

CALIFORNIA STATE JOURNAL 
OF MEDICINE; monthly; medicine; 
seventy-two pages 8I4XI 1^-4 ; subscription $3; 
established 1902; Philip Mills Jones, editor; 
Medical Socie'y of the State of California, 
publishers. Office. 2210 Jackson street (1—8). 

CALIFORNIA WOMAN'S MAGA- 
ZINE: monthly; household; thirty-two 
pages 10x14; subscription §1; established 
1900; M. Elwood Gates, editor; Gates Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers (A A) 

CAMERA CRAFT; monthly; photog- 
raphy; eighty four to one hundred and 
twentv pages 7x10; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1900; Fayette J. Clute, editor and pub- 
lisher. Office. 713 Call building (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
circulation statement, but was credited 
with issuing more than 2,250 in 1903, 
1906 and 1907. 

COAST REVIEW; monthly; inst- 
ance; eighty to ninety-six pag(>s 7x10; sub- 
scription $8; established 1871; E. H. Bacon, 
editor; Coast Review Co., publisher*. Of- 
fice. Exchange building (1 — 3). 

Copies printed: For the years 1899, 
1906 and 1907 this paper seemed to 
assert that it had an average issue ex- 
ceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to fur- 
nish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to 
that effect 

DRUIDS' MAGAZINE ; monthly: An 
cient Order of Druids; sixteen rages 9x12; 
subscription SI ; established 1863 ; L. A. 
Wolff, editor and publisher. Office, .529 Wash- 
ington street { 2—6 P ) (A A >. 

Copies printed: 1,750 in 1906 

IMPLEMENT AND VEHICLE 
RECORD: monthly; implements, carri- 
ages, harness: one hundred pages 9x12; 
subscription $1; established April, 1904; T. 



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CALIFORNIA— San Francisco. 

M. Shearman, editor and publisher. Office, 
Crocker building (1—7). 

Copies printed: On a report that was 
not definite and satisfactory this peri- 
odical was credited with printing reg- 
ularly more than i.ooo copies in 1907. 

INSIGNIA ; iMoiitlily; fraternal; sixt en 
pages 9x12; subscription $l.iO: established 
1894; Porter L Bliss, editor and publisher 
Office. 220 Golden Gate avenue (7— ^) (A Ai- 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

INSURANCE SUN; monthly; insur- 
ance; thirty-six pages 7x10; subscription $8; 
established 1891; Insurance Sun Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers. Office, 401 Cali- 
fornia street (A A). 

Copies printed: For the year 1896 
this paper had credit, for an average 
issue exceeding 2,250 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It haa not since 
made any claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

KlNGDO>I; monthly; sociological and 
undenominational; twenty pages 7x10; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1894; Henry 
A. Flsk, editor and publisher. Office, 712 
Greenwich street (1 — 5) (A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,000 for the 
year 1904, but has not since made 
claim to issuing so many. 

L.IFE INSURANCE REPORT; 

monthly (A A). 

NEW SAN FRANCISCO .MAGA- 
ZINE; monthly; seventy-six pages 9x12; 
subscription $2.50; established September, 
1906; Chas. E. Chase, editor; Bundv. Davison 
& Kellogg, publishers. Office, 1805 Fillmore 
street (12— 6 P). 

NURSES' .JOURNAL. OF THE PA- 
CIFIC COAST; monthly; nursing; forty- 
eight pages 534x9 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished December, 1004; Genevieve Cooke, 
editor; California State Nurses' Association 
(Inc.), publishers. Office, 4 Steiner st. (1—8) , 

ORCHARD AND FARM; monthly; 
agriculture, live-stock, irrigation; flfty-two 
pages lOJ'iJxU; subscription $1; established 
1886; Guy fi.Stoken, editor ; The Calkins New-s- 
paper Syndicate, publishers. Office, 320 San- 
some street (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 20,000 in 1907. 

OVERLAND MONTHLY; literary, 
Illustrated; one hundred and forty - four 
pages 7x10; subscription $1.S0; established 
1868; Overland Monthly Co.. editors and pub- 
lishers. Office, 773 Market street ( 1—8 ). 

Copies printed: 37,291 in 1902 
50,000 in 1904 
68,611 in 1907 

PACIFIC COAST GAZETTE; 

monthly (A A). 

PACIFIC COAST JOURNAL, OF 
HOMCEOPATHY; monthly; medical; 
forty pages 9x12; subscription $2; established 
1893; H. R. Arndt, M.D., editor; Charles L. 
Tlsdale, publisher, Offlce. 830 Post •t.(7— 5P) 
(A A). 

Copies printed: This paper nevcf 
filed a detailed and satisfactory report 



CALIFORNIA—San Francisco. 

but was credited with issuing more 

than 1,000 in 1903, 1904 and 1907. 

PACIFIC COAST MERCHANT^ 

monthly; general and department store 
trade; slxfv-four pages lOxlSJ-o; subscription 
$1; established 1899; H. E. Taylor, rditor; 
Pacific Coast Publishing Co., publishers. 
Offlce, 813 Battery street (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has been placed on 
file, but it was believed to print more 
than 2,250 in 1907. 

PACIFIC COAST WOOD AND 
IRON; monthly; lumber; fifty-six pages 
11x14; subscription $1.50: established 1884; 
S. L. Everett, publisher. Publishes weekly 
supplement— subscription $:3. Offlce, 22 Mar- 
ket street (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper never 
furnished a detailed satisfactory report, 
but had credit for issuing more than 
2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

PACIFIC DENTAL GAZETTE; 

monthly (A AK 

PACIFIC HARDWARE JOUR- 
NAL; monthly: hnrdware; tifty-six 
pages 7x10: subserijitinn §1; established 
November. 1901; Georjie L. Everett, pub- 
lisher. Office, 112 Market street (2— S). 

Copies printed: This paper never 
made a detailed and satisfactory re- 
port, but had credit for issuing more 
than 2,250 in 1903, 1904, 1906 and 
1907. 

PACIFIC MEDICAL JOURNAL; 
monthly; medical; seventy pages 6x9; sub- 
scription 82; established 1857; Winslow An- 
derson, editor and publisher. Office, 1025 
Sutter street (5—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,500 in 1898, 
since which time it has not furnished 
a detailed and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
1,000 copies for the year 1907. 

PACIFIC 3IINER; monthly; miner- 
als; seventy-two pages IJ^xlO; subscription 
$1.50; established May, 1897; The Calkins 
Newspaper Svndicate, editors and publish- 
ers. Office, Calkins building (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,308 in 1902, 
of 4,389 in 1903, since which time it 
has not furnished a detailed and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 2,250 copies for the 
vears 1906 and 1907. 

PACIFIC PHAR3IAC1STJ monthly 
(A A). 

PACIFIC UNITARIAN; monthly; 
unitarian; thirty-two pages 7x10; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1892; Chas. A. Murdock, 
editor; Pacific Unitarian Conference, pub- 
lishers. Office, 1580 Geary street (.5—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,216 for the year 
1906, but has not since made definite 
and satisfactory claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 

PACIFIC AVINE AND SPIRIT 
REVIEW; monthly; seventy two pages 
10x14; subscription $2; established 1878; 
R. M. Wood, editor and publisher. Office, 628 
Montgomery street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,666 in i90i» 
since which time it has not furnished 
a report, but was credited with print- 
ing more than 1,000 copies for the 
years 1906 and 1907. 



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CALIFORNIA— San Francisco. 

PACIFIC WOODMAN; monthly; 
fraternal; eight pages 18x24; BUbscrip- 
tion 5() cents; established 1891; M.T.Moses, 
editor; Philips & Van Orden Company, pub- 
lishers. Office, 1617 Mission street ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: 92,042 in 1903 
105.008 in 1907 

PANDEXOFTHE PRESS; monthly; 
literary; one hundred and twenty pages 
8x11; subscription $1.50; established Febru- 
ary, 1905; A. I. Street, editor; Calkins News- 
paper Syndicate, publishers. Office, Calkins 
building (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 40,000 in 1907. 

PHII.OPOL.IS; monthly; forty pages 
6ix7; subscription $1; established October. 
1906; A. F. Mathews, editor; John Zeile, pub- 
lisher. Office, 1717 California street (6—7). 

PYTHIAN CHRONICIiE; monthly; 
Knights of Pythias ; thirty-two pages 7%xll34 ; 
subscription $1; established July, 1901; Leon- 
ard S. Calkins, managing elitor; Call-ins 
Newspaper Syndicate publishers. Office, 
320Sansome street (1—8). 

Copies printed: Xo definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding; 2,250 in 1907. 

SIERRA EDUCATIONAL. NEWS; 

monthly < A A). 

SUNSET lUAGAZINE; monthly; lit- 
erary; two hundred and eight pages 5x8; 
subscription S1.5U: established 1898; South- 
ern Pacific Company, editors and publishers. 
Office, Flood building (1—8 ). 

Copies printed: 19,916 in 1903 
48,916 in 1904 
95,650 in 1907 
PiibHaher's annoiuiceme nt.—The Sunset Mag- 
azine, started in May, 1898, has grown to ue 
the characteristic magazine of the West, 
with its artistic half tone engravings and 
its articles and stories from the best West- 
ern writers. In its pages readers will find 
entertaining descriptive matter concern- 
ing all the country west of the Rockies. 
The magazine is growing and extending 
Its field rapidly and increasing its circula 
tlon monthly. For December, 1906. 75,0o0 
copies were printed. December. li)07, its 
sworn circulation was 104,ei00 copies. The 
magazine offers unprecedented opportuni- 
ties for advertisers. Its readers form a pe- 
culiarly high grade class, made up largely 
of men and women who demand an outing 
and travel whenever opportiinity offers, 
who love nature and look to the West for 
new things In life— new scenic wonders, 
new artistic developments, new literary 
creations. 

TOOT-TOOT; monthly; automobiles; 
eighty pages 6^^x10; subscription $1; es- 
tablished November, 1905; Julius Gabriel, 
editor; Toot-Toot Publishing Co., publishers. 
Office, 2066 Market street (1—7). 

Copies printed: ^This paper had credit 
for an average issue of .12,625 in 
1906, since which it has not furnished 
any definite and satisfactory report, 
but was credited with more than 7,500 
in 1907. 

TOWN AND COUNTRY JOUR- 
NAIj; monthly; horticulture and agricul- 
ture; thlrtv-slx pages 7^x11; subscription 25 
cents; established 1883; W. G. Bohannan Co., 
editors and publishers ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: 6,135 in 1903 
9,125 in 1904 
33,075 in 1907 
Publiaher's announcement.— 1908 circulation 
guaranteed to exceed 40,000 monthly. 
TRESTL.E BOARD; monthly; ma 
sonic; fifty two pages 6i-JxlO; subscription 



CALIFORNIA— San Francisco. 

$1; established 1886; Jam<=s Anderson and 
Edmund Atkinson, editors; Trestle Board 
Co., publishers. Office, 393 Jes-sie street 
(1-8). 

VESTRA SANDEBUDET; monthly; 
Swedish; methodist episcopal; eight pages 
11x18; subscription 50 cents; established 1890; 
J. R. Andrews & Co., editors and publishers; 
dated also at Oakland, Office, 1224 Howard 

WESTERN FIELD; monthly; out- 
door sports; one hundred and fifty pages 
7x10; subscription $1.50; established August, 
1902; Frank H.Mayer, editor; Western Field 
Co., publisher. Office, 608 610 Mutual Savings 
Bank building (1—8). 

Copies printed: 22,511 in 1903 
36,083 in 1905 
39,812 in 1907 

WESTERN JOURNAli OF EDU- 
CATION ; monthly ; educational :sixiy-four 
pages 6x9; subscription $1.50; established 
1895; Harr Wagner, editor; The Whitaker 
& Ray Co., publishers. Office, 261 Van Ness 
avenue (1—6). 

Copies printed: 4,000 in 1907 

WHOLESALERS" AND RETAIL- 
ERS' REVIEW; monthly; liquor trade; 
sixty-six uages 10x14; subscription $2: estab- 
lished 1903; Lu H. Irvine, editor; Calkins 
Newspaper Syndicate, publishers. Office, 
Calkins building (1—8). 

Copies printed: 3,738 in 1901, and 
4,112 in 1902, since which time its 
reports have not been definite and 
satisfactor}^ but was credited with is- 
suing more than 2,250 in 1906 and 
1907. 

QUARTERLY. 

AVATER AND FOREST; quarterly; 
forestry and Irrigation; sixteen pages 9x18; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1900; E. A. 
Walcott . editor ; California Water and Forest 
Association, publishers (2—5) (A A)._ 

Copies printed: This periodical had 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies regularly in the year 1904, but has 
not since set up ^ny claim for issuing 
so many. 

SANGER, fresno Co. a 428 pop., on 

Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 14 m. E. of Fresno, 

the county seat. Lumber, wool, grain, 

raisins, oranges and lemons. 

HERALD; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1889; E. P. Dewey, editor and publisher (7—5). 

SAN JACINTO, Riverside Co. C^ 583t 
pop. — of township 854+— on Southern Cali- 
fornia Rd.. about 20 m. S. W. of Riverside, 
the county seat. Planing mill, box factory 
and brick -yards. Considerable wine is pro- 
duced here. Agriculture. 
REGISTER; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1884; Arthur G. Munn, editor and pub- 
lisher (2-3). 

SAN JOSE, c. h., Santa Clara Co. -D 

21,500+ pop.— of township 31,987+-on South- 
ern Pacific Co's Rd., 8 m. S. E. from head 
of San Francisco bay and 50 from San 
Francisco. State Normal School, Academy 
of Notre Dame, University of the Pacific 
and Asylum for the Insane are located here. 
Medicinal springs. Fruit and grain grow- 
ing, wine making and general man uf actur 
ing. 

EVENING NEWS ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; republican; eight pages 15x22 ; 



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CALIFORNIA. 



subscription $3.50; established 1880; C. W. 
"Williams, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: Not supposed to 
average i,ooo copies. The publitlher 
expresses liimself dissatisfied with the 
rating accorded, but unwilling to fur- 
nish information that would substan- 
tiate a higher rating. 

MER-CtKY; every morning; HER- 
ALD, every evening, and MERCURY- 
HERALD, Sunday; repiiblieau; daily 
12 to 16, Sundav24 pages 17x22: subscription 
—morning $7.20, evening «6, Sunday $1.50; 
established— Herald 1851, Meveury 1853; Mer- 
cury Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers (1-8). 

Cotpiies priruted: Combined average 
morning, evening and Sunday, 
10,338 in 1904 
10,824 in 1905 
12,039 in 1906 
11,025 in 1907 
CALIFORNIA; Saturdays; German; 
independent; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$3.50; established 1883; Albert Currlin, editor 
and publisher. 

EAST SAN JOSE POST; Fridays 
(AA). 

UNION INDEX; Tuesdays; labor; four 
pages 10x15; subscription $1; establithed 
November, 1902; Miles A. Simpson, editor 
and publisher (A A). . , 

UNION LABEL; Saturdays; labor; 
eight pages 10x14; subscription $1; estab- 
lished May, 1903; R. L. Telfer, editor and 
publisher (1—S). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, _ but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

CALIFORNIA ELK ; monthly; B. P. 
O. Elks; sixteen pages lOUixU; subsenption 
$1; established April, 1901; Alex. P. Murgot- 
ten, edi tor and publisher (7—5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,676 in 1903, 
since which time it has not furnished 
a report, but was credited with print- 
ing more than 1,000 copies for the 
vears 1906 and 1907. 

' FANCIERS' MONTHLY; poultry 
and pet stock raising; thirty-six pages 10x12; 
subscription 75 cents ; established 1885; Chas. 
R. Harker, editor and publisher (12—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 2,400 in 1894, since 
which time it has not furnished a 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with printing more than 1,000 
copies for tlie year 1907- 

RESCUE; monthly; temperance; twen- 
ty-six pages 6x91^; subscription 50 cents: 
established 1865; A. C. Banta, editor; Grand 
Lodge I. O. G. T., publishers (1-8). 
Copies printed: 3.000 in 1900 
2,500 in 1906 
2,500 in 1907 

SAN JUAN, San Benito Co. -O 800 

pop.— of township 2,000—8 m. W. of Hollis- 

ter, the county seat and nearest railroad 

station. Agriculture. 

SAN JUAN VALLEY ECHO; Fri- 
days; republican: ten pages 12x18; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1870; Thomas A. 
Hughes, editor and publisher (1—8). 

SAN LEANDRO, Alameda Co. -n 
2,253+ pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 
9 m. S. E. of Oakland, the county seat, and 15 



from San Francisco. Farm implements and 

hardware are manufactm-ed. Agriculture 

and fruit growing. 

RE PORTER ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 
1878; Daniel McCarthy, editor and publisher. 

STANDARD; Fridays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1892 ; Weston P. Truesdell, editor and 
Dublisher. 

SAN LUCAS, Monterey Co. -o 349 pop., 
on Southern Pacific Co's Rd.. 60 m. S. E. of 
Salinas, the county seat. Agriculture and 
stock raising. 

HERALD; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 14x20; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1886 ; A. A. Harris, editor and publisher 
(A A). 

SAN LUIS OBISPO, c. h., San Luis 

Obispo Co. g 3,021+ pop.— of township 3,216+ 

—on Pacific Coast Rd., 9 m. E. of San Luis 

Obispo bay and 250 S. E. of San Francisco. 

Farming, dairying and stock raising. 

BREEZE; every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI -WEEKLY, Tuesdays 
and Fridays; daily four pages 18x24, semi- 
weeklv eight pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily $6, semi-weekly $1.50; established 1896; 
Breeze Publishing Company, editors and 
publishers (2-3). 

Copies printed: The semi-weekly edi- 
tion of this paper had credit for an 
average issue of i,57S for the year 
1899, but has not since made claim 
to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

TELEGRAWI; every evening except 
Sunday and semi-weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays; independent; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription— daily $5, semL-weekly $1.50: es- 
tablished February, 1905; Charles A. Black, 
editor; Dailv Telegram Co., publishers (1—7). 

TRIBUNE; every mormng except Mon 
day. and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; republican; daily four pages 18x24, 
semi- weekly eight pages 15x22; subscription— 
dailv $5, semi-weekly $ 1.50 ; established -daily 
1883," semi- weekly 1869; Ben. Brooks, editor; 
Tribune Printing Company, publishers. 

SAN MATEO, San Mateo Co. -nl,832t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 21 m. 
S. E. of San Francisco. Dairying and tan- 
ning of leather. Fruits and wines. 
LEADER; Wednesdays; six pages 18x24 ; 
subscription .$2; established 1889; S. D. Merk, 
editor; Peninsula Syndicate, publishers 

(1—8). 
TIMES; Saturdavs; independent; four 

pages 17x23: subscription $2; established 
.\pril, ■!90l; Paul Pinckney, editor; Thlel & 
Pinckney, publishei-s (I— 8). 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

SAN PEDRO, Los Angeles Co. P 
1,787+ pop.— local estimate 6,000— on San 
Pedro Harbor; San Pedro, LosAngeles & 
Salt Lake and Southern Pacific Co's Rds., 
24 m. S. of Los Angeles, the county seat. Cul- 
tivation of semi-tropical fruits, sardine 
and abalone canneries; lumber; fishing 
and shipping. 
NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 

independent; eight pages 18x24; subscrip- 



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tion 83: established 10f;3: San Pedro Publish- 
ing Co., editors and pu!jli>htrs (il — h h). 

TIMES; every evfuaiK except Suuday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; daily four, 
weekly eignt pages 15x>2 ; subscription- 
daily $4.80, weekly $1.50; established— daily 
1903, weekly 189;j; E. B. Scott, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper for the year 1900 
seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a rat- 
ing to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

SAN RAFAEL., c. h., Marin Co. -a 

3,879+ pop.— of township 8,008+— on North 
Shore and San Francisco & North Pacific 
Rds., on W. side of San Pablo Straits, 15 m. 
N. of San Francisco and at the base of 
Mount Tamalpais. Resort for invalids. 
Dairying, agriculture and stock raising. 

MARIN CO. TOCSIN ; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $2.50; established 1879; James H. Wil- 
kins, editor and pnl)lisher ( 7—5 P ). 

MARIN JOlJRNAIi? Thursdays; re- 
publican ; eight pages 15x22 ; subscription 
S2.50 ; established 1861; S. H. Olmsted, editor; 
Olmsted Co., publishers. 

SANTA ANA, c. li., Orange Co. p 
4,933+ pop.— local estimate, 7,.5i0; on Santa 
Ana, Southern California and Southern Pa- 
cific Go's Rds., 33 m. S. E. of Los Angeles 
and 8 N. of Newport Harbor, on the Pacific 
Ocean. Semi-tropical fruit growing and 
wine making. 

EVENING BLADE; every evening ex 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; 
republican ; eight pages 18x22 ; subscription 
—dally $6. weekly $1.50; established 1887; 
Blade Publishing Co., editors and publishers 
(1-7). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1906 tiie weekly edition of this 
paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

BULiliETIN; Fridays; democratic; 
four to six pages 20x26; subscription SI. 50; 
established 1899; Yarnell & Hopper, editors 
and publishers (1—8;. 

SANTA BARBARA, c. h., Santa 

Barbara Co t? 6,587+ pop., on Southern Pa- 
cific Co's Kd. and Santa Barbara channel, 
362 m. S. K of San Francisco, midway be- 
tween San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles. 
Health resort. Agriculture, stock raising, 
and wool and fruit growing. 
INDEPENDENT; every evening except 
Sunday; eight pages 17x22; subscription .$7; 
established 1877; Thomas M. Storke, editor 
and publisher (11— 5 P). 

MORNING PRESS; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and WEEKLY, Mondays; 
republican; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
—daily $8, weekly $2; established 1872; R. C. 
Rogers, editor; Press Publishing and Print- 
ing Company, publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year T903 
the daily edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding t,ooo copies, but failed to 

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furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of st 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
independent; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $6; established 1885; Frank Sands, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—8). 

HERALD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1885; G. G. Childers, editor and publisher. 

PEOPLE'S PAPER; Saturdays (A A). 

SANTA CLARA, Saiita Clara Co. -D 
3.6.50+ pop.— of township 9,240+— on Southern 
Pacific Co's Rd.. 3 m. N. W. of San Jose, the 
county seat, and 47 S. E. of San Francisco. 
Santa Clara College located here. Agri- 
culture, fruit growing and manufacturing. 

JOURNAL; semi-yveeklj\ Wednesdays 
and Saturdays; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1867; N. H. Downing, 
editor and publisher. 

NEWS; Tuesdays; independent-republi- 
can; four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; 
established 1894 ; A. C. Gage, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

REDW^OOD; monthly; collegiate; sev- 
enty pages 7x10; subscription $1..'^0; estab- 
lished January, 190:3; Students of Santa Clara 
College, editors and publishers. 

SANTA CRUZ, c. h., Santa Cruz 

Co. -n 12,830— local estimate 15,000 — pop., on 
Southern Pacific and Ocean Shore Co's Rds. 
and on N. side of Monterej- bay, 80 m. S. E. 
of San Francisco, connected by steamers. 
Summer resort, having 50,000 visitors. Has 
bitumen, which is shipped to all parts of 
the State. Agriculture, stock raising, dairy- 
ing, fruit and vine growing, and manu- 
facture of lumber, sugar, leather, paper, 
cement, powder and lime. 
SENTINEL; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; re- 
publican; morning twelve, weekly sixteen 
pages 20x24 ; subscription— morning $6, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1884. weekly 1855: Dun- 
can McPherson, editor; McPherson & Co., 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,080 for the year 
1903, but has not since made a definite 
and satisfactory claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 

SURF; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; independent: 
eight pages— daily 15x22, weekly 18x24; sub- 
scription-daily .$5, weekly $2; established- 
daily 1883, weekly 1875; Arthur A. Taylor, 
editor and publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and sat- 
isfactory staement has ever been se- 
cured from this^ paper, but the daily 
edition had credit for exceeding 1,000 
in 1906 and 1907. 

TRIBUNE SUNDAY ADVERTIS- 
ER (A A). 

SANTA MARIA, Santa Barbara 
Co. p 1,483 pop., on Pacific Coast Rd. and 
Santa Maria r., about 28 m. S. by S. E. of 
San Louis Obispo, and 70 N.W. of Santa Bar- 
bara, the count J' seat. Agriculture, fruit 
growing and stock raising. 

GRAPHIC; Saturdays; independent: 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $2; established 
1887; J. F. & R. M. Conkey. editors and pub- 
lishers (1—8). Publishes editions for Loa 
Alamos, Niponlo and Orcutt. 



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TIMES: Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; ' subscription $2; established 
1871; Julius Ebel, editor and publisher (7— 5). 

SANTA MONICA, Los Angeles Co. 
P7,208pop. in 1905, on Southern California 
and Southern Pacific Co's Rds. and the 
Pacific Coast, about 20 m. W. of Los An- 
geles, the county seat. Summer resort and 
shipping port. 

OUTliOOK; every evening except Sun- 
day; eight pages 18x24; subscription $6; es- 
tablished 1896; D. G. Holt, editor and pub- 
lisher (7—5). 

SANTA PAULA, Ventura Co. p 

2,000 pop., on Southern Pacific Co'sRd., 16 

m. E. by N. E. of Ventura, the county seat, 

and 64 from Los Angeles. Oil , farming and 

fruit growing. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; republican: 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1887; George A. Griggs, editor and pub 
Usher (1—8). 

SANTA ROSA, c. h., Sonoma Co. -n 

6,673+ pop.— of township 10,985+— on San 

Francisco & North Pacific and Southern 

Pacific Co's Rds., 52 m. N. of San Francisco. 

Wine making, agriculture, horticulture, 

dairying and poultry raising. 

PRESS DE3IOCRAT; every morning 
except Monday, and SEDII-WEERli Y, 

Wednesdays and Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription— daily $5, semi- 
weekly $1.50; established- Press 1895, Demo- 
crat 1857; Ernest L. Flnley, editor; Press 
Democrat Publishing Company, publishers. 
Copies printed: For the year 1900 
the daily edition of this paper seemed 
to assert tiiat it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim- 
The semi-weekly edition has made no 
definite and satisfactory statement since 
1S98, when it printed 2,420 copies. If 
was believed to issue more than 1,000 
in 1906 and 1907. 

RBPUBLiICAK ! every evening except 
Sunday, and ssEWI-WEEKI^iY, Mondays 
and Thursdays; republican; daily four, semi- 
weekly eight pages 20x26 ; subscription— dally 
$6, semi-weekly $l; established— daily 1880, 
semi- weekly 1874; W. B. Reynolds, editor; 
Republican Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 1,250 in 1899, and 1,177 in 
1905, but has not since made definite 
and satisfactory claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 

The semi-weekly edition of this paper 
had credit for an average issue of 1,650 
in 1896, since which time it has not 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies for the years 
1906 and 1907. 
SONOMA CO. FARMER: Fridays; 
pages 2i 
$1; established 1892; E. D. Sweetser, editor 



agricultural; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1; established 189^ ~ ~ 

and publisher (A A) 

SONOMA CO. HERALD; Saturdays 
(▲▲). 

SANTA YNEZ, Santa Barbara Co. p 
211 pop., on Santa Ynez r., about 35 m. N. 



W. of Santa Barbara, the county seat. Olive 

and fruit raising and agriculture. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1881; DeWitt Hubbell, editor and publisher 

(8—3). 

SAUSAL.ITO, Marin Co. d 3.000 
pop., on Northern Pacific Rd., 6 m. N. of 
San Francisco. Agriculture, dairying and 
stock raising. 

NEWS ; Saturdays ; republican : four pages 
20x26; subscription $2.50; established 1883; 
W. J. Boyd, editor and publisher (1—8). 

ADVOCATE; bi-weekly. Saturdays; 
Independent; four pages 18x21: subscription 
$2; established September, 1900; E. D. Spar: 
row, editor and publisher (7—5) (A A). 

SAWTEL.LE, Los Angeles Co. P on 

Southern Pacific Rd., 4 m. from Santa 

Monica. 

PACIFIC VETERAN AND EN- 
TERPRISE; Saturdays; independent; 

eight pages 11x16; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1900; Geo. Bingham, editor; Susan 
Pierson Miller, publisher. 

SENTINEL; Saturdays; local; four pages 
16x22; subscription $1; established 1904; H. 
Schultz, editor and publisher (1—6). 

SEBASTOPOL, Sonoma Co. -D 900 
pop., on San Francisco & North Pacific Rd., 
7 m. S. W. of Santa Rosa, the county seat, 
and .50 N. of San Francisco. 

TIMES; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established' 
1889; J. P. McDonell. editor and publisher. 

ANALY STANDARD; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.50; established 1897; E. R. Cleveland, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

SEIiMA, Fresno Co. u l,083tpop., on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd. Several flour 
mills and lumber yards. Raisin and fruit 
packing. Agriculture. 

FRESNO CO. ENTERPRISE; Thurs 

days; republican; four pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1889; John W. 
Aikiu, editor and publisher. 

IRRIGATOR; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22 ; subscription .$2; established 
1886; J. J. Vanderburgh, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SIERRA MADRE,ios^))^«/e.s Co. 

[? 481+ pop., 5 m .N. of Santa Anita, the 

nearest railroad station, 

NEWS; Thursdays; eight pages 11x16; 
subscription $1.50; established October, 1906; 
R. T. Cowles, editor and publisher (1—7) 

(A A). 

SISSON, Siskiyou Co. [^ 1,200 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Co'sRd.,25m. S. of Yreka. 
Lumber. 

HEADLIGHT; Thursdays; independ 
ent; eight pages 13x2ii; subscription $2; es 
tabllshed September, 1904; Walter C. Spann- 
editor and publisher (7—5). 

SKIDOO, Liyo Co. D- Mining region. 
NEWS; Fridays (A A). 

SKYIiAND, Santa Cruz Co. -n 12 
m. N. of Santa Cruz, on Southern Pacific 
Co.'s Rd., 60 m. S. of San Francisco. Lum- 
ber and fruit growing. 

REALTY; monthly; republican; four 
pages 14x20; subscription 25 cents; estab- 



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lished January, 1903; Jos. J. Bamber, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

SONOMA, Sonoma Co. -D 652t pop. 
—of township 3,172+— on Snn Francisco & 
North Pacific Rd. and San Francisco baj', 
about 40 m. N. of San Francisco. Farming. 

INDEX-TRIBUNE; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; four page9l8x24; subscription $2.5(J ; 
established 1879; H. H. Granice, editor and 
publisher. 

SONOUA VAT.L.EY EXPOSITOR; 
Fridays; four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; 
established 1899; W. O. Hoclter. editor and 
publisher (8 — 5). 

SONORA, c. li., Tuolumne Co. a l,922t 
pop.. 60 m. E. of Stockton. Center of mining 
and lumber trade. Marble, slate and soap- 
stone quarries. Fruit growing. 

SIERRA DAILY TIMES; every 
morning except Sunday; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $fi; established 1906; Park Wins- 
low, editor; William Grant and J. B. Zim- 
darg, publishers (9 — 6 P). 

MOTHER LODE BANNEK ; Fridays, 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 1885; Jones & Richardson, 
editors and publishers. 

TUOLUMNE INDEPENDENT; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1872; A. D. Duchow, 
editor; J. C. & A. D. Duchow, publishers 
(1-8). 

UNION DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 18o3; J. A. Van Harlingen 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, San 

Mateo Co. -a 1,500 pop., on Southern Pacific 

Go's Rd. and Bay of San Francisco, 14 m. 

S. of San Francisco. Manufacturing. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1895; E. E. Cunningham, editor and 
publisher (7—5). 

STANFORD UNIVERSITY, 

Santa Clara Co. -u on Southern Pacific Co's 
Rd., 18 m. N. W. of San Jose, the county 
seat, and 33 S. of San Francisco. Seat of 
Leland Stanford Junior University. 

PALO ALTO DAILY ; every evening 
except Saturday and Sunday, during the 
college year; collegiate; four pages 11x16; 
subscription $.3; established 1892; Students 
of Leland Stanford Junior University, edi- 
tors and publishers (7—5). 

CHAPARRAL; semimonthly; hu- 
morous; twenty-eight pages 8x12; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1900; Earl Hadley, edi- 
tor; Times Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

SEQUOIA: monthly during college year 

STANFORD ALUMNUS; monthly; 
collegiate; forty pages 6x9; subscription $1 ; 
established 1899; Stanford Alumni Associa- 
tion, editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This periodical had 
credit for issuing i,ooo copies regularly 
in the year 1905, but has not since 
set up any definite and satisfactory 
claim for issuing so many. 

STIRLING CITY, Butte Co. ti 1,«00 

pop., on Butte County Rd., 40 m. N. of Oro- 

ville, the county seat. Lumbering and saw 

mills. 

NEWS; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 18x23; subscription $1 ; established Au- 
gust, 1904; H. H. Farnham, editor and pub- 
lisher (7-5). 



CALIFORNIA. 



STOCKTON, c. h., San Joaquin Co. u 

17,506+ pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. 

and Stockton channel, an estuary of the 

San Joaquin r.. 45 m. S. of Sacramento, the 

State capital, and 90 N. E. of San Francisco. 

Has four flour mills and is tlie wheat and 

manufacturing center of California. 

EVENING MAIL; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; daily eight, weekly twenty pages 
16x2U; subscription— daily $5, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1880; A. L. Crowell, editor; The 
Stockton Mail Co., publishers (5—3). 

Copies printed: Daily 3,390 in 1896, 
since which time no definite and sat- 
isfactory statement has been obtained, 
but it was believed to issue more 
than 1,000 in 1906. The weekly edi 
tion had credit for 3,494 in 1896, since 
which it has registered no claim at all, 
but was credited with more than 1,000 
in 1906 and 1907. 

INDEPENDENT; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; 
republican; daily eight, weekly sixteen pages 
15x22; subscription— dally $6, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily 1857.weekly 1860; J. L. Phelps 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

Copies printed: The daily edition ot 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 3,120 in 1896, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
1,000 copies for the year 1907. The 
weekly edition had credit for an av- 
erage issue of 2,776 in 1896, since 
which time it has not furnished a re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies for the year 
1907. 

RECORD ; every evenmg except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Saturdays; 
republican; dally eight pages 22x35, semi- 
weekly eight pages 17x22; subscription-dally 
$6, semi weekly $2; established— daily 1895, 
semi-weekly 1876; Irving Martin, Pres. ; Rec- 
ord Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: daily, 2,932 in 1905 

2,970 in 1905 

The semi-weekly for the year 1904 
seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceding 1,000 copis, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

REPORT; every morning except Sun- 
day; four pages 13x20; subscription $10; es- 
tablished 1896; Report Publishing Company, 
editors and publishers (1—8). 

COURIER; Saturdays; German; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1898; Wm. Leuz, editor; Siockton Courier 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

NEWS-ADVOCATE; Fridays; inde- 
pendent; four pages 16x22; subscription $2; 
established March 7, 1903 ; J. deL. Mac- 
Gaughey, editor and publisher (11—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of s.809 in 1905, 
but has not since made definite and 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

TERRA ; Fridays (A A ). 

SUISUN CITY, Solano Co. u 625t 
pop.— of township 2,158+— on Southern Pa- 
cific Co's Rd. and Suisun bay, 44 m. S. W. 



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Of Sacramento, the State capital, and 49 
N. E. of San Francisco. Shipping pblnt. 

f^OliANO CO. COURIER: Thursaays; 
republican: four pa^es 20x'-i6; subscription 
$2; established 1895; Tillman & Tavlor, edi- 
tors and publishers (7 — 5). 

SOIiANO REPUBLICAN; Fridays; 
republican; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$2; established l8oS; Edward Dinkenspiel, 
editor and publisher. 

SUMMERLAND, Santa Barbara 
Co. P 417 pop., on Southern Pacifle Go's 
Rd., 5 m. E. of Santa Barbara, the county 
seat. Oil works. 

ADVANCE-COURIER; Saturdays; 

in.lepeudeutrepublican; four pages 18x24; 
sub3cription$1.50;establishedl895; C.F. Hoff- 
man, editor and publisher (1—8). 

SUNNYVALE, Santa Clara Co. -a 

1,200 pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 8 m. 

N. W. of San Jose. Canning factories, 

iron works, paint, roofing and hydrocar- 

bon plants. 

STANDARD; Thursdays; independent; 
six to eight pages 15x^2; subscription $1.50; 
established December, 1904; W. K. Roberts, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

SUSANVIL.LE, c. h., Lassen Co. ti 

882 pop., on Susan r., 90 m. N. W. of Reno, 
Nev., and 300 N. E. of Sacramento, the State 
capital. Farming and stock raising. 

LASSEN ADVOCATE; Thursdays; 
Independent; tour pages 18x24; subscription 
$3; established 1865: Hay den & MoDiarmid, 
editors and publishers. 

LASSEN MAIL; Thursdays (A A). 

SUTTER GREEK, Amador Go. n 

2,000 pop., 4 m. N. by N. W. from Jackson, 
the county seat, and 45 E. S. E. of Sacra- 
mento, the State capital. Gold mining and 
agriculture. * 

A3IADOR CO. RECORD; Thursdays; 

republican; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 1892; C. E. Day, editor and 
publisher U— 8). 

Copies prinited: For the year 1899 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

TEHACHAPI, Kern. Co. g 600 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 35 m. S. E. of 

Bakersfleld, the county seat. Agriculture 

and fruit raising. 

TOMAHAWK; Saturdays; four pages 
16x22; subsoriptlon $1.50; established 1900; 
Charles Heath, editor and publisher. 

TEMPIiETON, Sail Lui$ Obispo Co. 

P 309+ pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 20 m. 

N. of San Luis Obispo. 

ADVANCE; Wednesdays; independent; 
four pages 17x24; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1889; Otto R. Koster, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—S). 

THERMAL, Riverside Co. Q §00 

pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 60 m. S. of 

San Bernardino. Stock and produce and 

fruit raising. 

COACHELLA VALLEY SUBMA- 
RINE; Saturdays; republican; eight to 



CALIFORNIA. 



ten pages 12x18; subscription $1; established 
1901; C. L. Comptou, editor and publisher 

TRACY, San Joaquin Co, n on South- 
ern Pacific Go's Rd.. 22 m. S. S. W. of Stock- 
ton, the county seat. Farming. 
PRESS; Saturdays; four pages 15x22; 

subscription $2; established 1898; Press Co., 

editors and publishers. 

TRUCKEE, Nevada Co. cf 2,000 pop., 
on Southern Pacific and Truckee and Lake 
Tahoe Rds., 120 m. N. E. of Sacramento, the 
State capital. Ice and lumber, 

REPUBLICAN; semi weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays; republican; four pages 
15x22; subscription $4: established 1871; Alex- 
ander CroBsau, editor; Calkins Newspaper 
Syndicate, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assei't that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

TULARE, Tulare Co. U 2,216t pop.— 
of township 3,441t— on Southern Pacific 
Go's Rd., about 250 m. S. of San Fran- 
cisco. Artesian wells. Farming and grape 
growing. 

ADVANCE; every evening except Sun- 
days, and WEEKLY, Fridays; independ- 
ent; four pages— daily 15x22, weekly 20x26; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $1 ; established 
—daily March, 1903, weekly 1900; Thos. R. 
Jones, editor and publisher. 

REGISTER; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; independ- 
ent-republican ; daily four, weekly eight 
pages 18x24; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1886, weekly 1882; Char- 
ters & Van Allen, editors and publishers(l— 8). 

TUOLUMNE, Tuolumne Co. n 1,500 

pop., on Sierra Rd., 13 m. E. of Sonora, the 

county seat. Gold mining and lumbering. 

NEW ERA ; Saturdays ; four pages 
16x22; subscription $2; established April, 
1899 ; E. C. Damin, editor and publisher ( 1—^) . 

TURLOCK, Stanislaus Co. -a 161t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., about 85 m. 
N.W. of Fresno. 
JOURNAL; Fridays (A A). 

UKIAH, c. h., Mendocino Co. -a l,850t 
pop.— of township 8,767+— on San Francisco 
& North Pacific Rd. and Russian r.. 121 m. 
N. W. of San Francisco. Farming, fruit, 
hop and wool growing, stock raising and 
lumbering. 

DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT; Fridays; 

democratiq; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2.50; established 1869: J. B. Sanford, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the j'^ears 1903 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 

1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

REPUBLICAN-PRESS; Fridays; re- 
publican; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2.50; established 1876; W. O. White, edi- 
I tor and publisher (7—5). 

TIMES; Tuesdays; independent; twenty- 



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four pages 11x16; subscription $2; established 
1901; Geo. H. Rhodes, editor and publisher. 
ANCIENT FORESTER; monthly; 
fraternal; eight pages 9x12; subscription 50 
cents; established May, 1902; J. B. Sanford, 
editor and DUblJsher. 

UPliAND, San Btrnardino Co. P,1500 

pop., on Santa Fe Rd., 40 m. N. E. of Los 

Angeles. Agriculture and fruit. 

NEWS; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 13x17; subscription $1.50; established 
1894; E. L. Westlaud & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

VACAVIIiliE, Solano Co. a l,220t 
pop.— of township 4,160+— on Southern Pa- 
cific Go's Rd., 30 m. S. W. of Sacramento, 
the State capital, and 60 N. E. of San 
Francisco. Seat of the California Normal 
and Scientific School. Farming and fruit 
growing. 

REPORTER; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1883; Adsit & Andrews, editors and 
publishers (1-8). 

Corpies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

VALiLEJO, Solano Co. D 12,000 pop., 
on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. and San Pablo 
bay, 24 m. N. E. of San Francisco. Harbor 
Is accessible to ships of large draught. U. S. 
Navy Yard is on Mare Lsland, directly op- 
posite. Manufacturing and agriculture. 

EVENING CHRONICliE; every even 

Ing except Sunday, and W E E K L. Y, 

Fridays ; republican ; eight pages— daily 1.3x20, 
weekly 20x26; subscription— daily $6, weeklv 
$2; established 1868; W. D. Peunycook, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

MORNING NEWS; every morning ex- 
cept Monday; republican; four pages 
15x22; subscription $6; established 1895; 
Henry F. Stahl, editor and publisher. 

TIMES; every morning except Monde y 

VENICE, Los Angeles Co. g 
VANGUARD; Saturdays (A A). 

VENTURA, c. h., Ventura Co. g ,S,118 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 30 m. 
S. E. of Santa Barbara. Lima beans, wal- 
nuts, citrus and deciduous fruits. Genter 
of petroleum oil belt. 

FREE PRESS ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; inde- 
pendent-republican; daily four, weekly eight 
pages 15x22; subscription— daily $6, weekly 
$2; established 1875; Reese & Whiting, editors 
and publishers (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,524 in 1897 
and 2,128 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 



DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1883; John McGonigle, editor and 
publisher. 

VISALIA, c. h., Tulare Co. n 3,085t 
pop.— of township 4,948+— on Southern Pa- 
cific Go's Rd. and Kaweah r., 30 m. N. E. of 
Tulare lake and about 200 S. E. of Sacra- 
mento, the State capital. The oldest town 
between Stockton and Los Angeles. Agri- 
culture, stock raising, mining and fruit 
growing. 

MORNING COURIER; every morn- 
ing except Mondays; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $5, established September, 1905; F. 
L. Piatt, editor and publisher ( 10— 5 P) (A A). 

MORNING OEL.TA; every morning 
except Monday , and WEEK L. Y, Thursdays; 
republican; four pages— daily 18x22. weekly 
20x22; subscription— daily $5, weekly $1; es- 
tablished-daily 1892, weekly 1858; Alonzo 
Melville Doty, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper has on three occasions 
indicated a desire to have credit for 
issuing more than i.ooo copies 
regularly, but such definite information 
as would warrant such a rating, has 
never been forthcoming. 

TIMES; every evening except Sunday, 
and TIIL-ARE CO. TIMES, Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages— daily 13x20. weekly 
22x28; subscription — daily $6, weeklv $2; 
established— daily 1892, weekly 1865; 'S. B. 
Patrick, editor and publisher. 

WATSONVILLE. So?i<a Cr^iz Co.-o 
3,538+ pop., on Pajaro Valley and Southern 
Pacific Go's Rds. and Pajaro r., 5 m. W, 
from Monterey bay and 20 S. E. of Santa 
Cruz, the county seat. Agi-iculture, fruit 
growing and lumbering. 

REGISTER; every morning except 
Monday; democratic; eight pages 15x21 J^; 
subscription $4. SO; established 1880; Ernest H. 
Haack, editor; Register Publishing Co., 
publishers (12 — 5). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1906 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
i.ooo_ copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that ef- 
fect. 

PAJARONIAN; Thursdays; republl 
can; four pages 18x24; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1868; W. R. Radcliff. editor and 
publisher. 

WEAVERVILLE,c.h.,rHn% Co. 

i 968+ pop. (of township), about 5 m. from 

Trinity r., 47 X, W. of Redding, connected 

by stage, 6it E. of Eureka and 180 N. W. 

of Sacramento, the State capital. Supply 

point for mining camps. Gravel and quartz 

mines. 

TRINITY JOURNAL,; Saturdays; 
Independent; four pages 16x'23; subscription 
$3; established 1856; Given, Edwards & Bre- 
mer, editors and nublishers (1—8). 

WEST BERKELEY, -4/ameda Co. 

-a Suburb of Berkeley. 

BERKELEY SUN-I.ETTER; Satur- 
days (A A). 

WHEATIiAND, ^Mfta Co. DSOlt pop., 
on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 40 m. N. of 



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Sacramento, the State capital. Shipping 

point for the products of adjacent copper 

mines. Hops, fruit, live stock and grain. 

FOUR CORNERS? Saturdays; eight 
pages 13x2(); subscription $1.50; established 
188S; J. L. Cleek, editor and publisher (9—6). 

WHITTIER, Xos.4«^e/es Co. g 4,500 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 10 m. S. 
E. of Los Angeles, the county seat. Oil, 
citrus fruits and walnuts. 

N E W Sj every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays: daily four, 
weekly eight pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily $3, weekly $1.50; established 1900; F. 
W. Wright, editor; Whittier News (Inc.), 
publishers ( 1—8). 

R E G 1 5j T E R ; semi-weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays; republican; six page* 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1892; 
B. F. Arnold, editor and publisher (1—8). 

WIIililAMS, Colusa Co. □ 918t pop. 

(of township), on Southern Pacific Go's Rd.. 

about 22 m. S. of Willow. Agriculture and 

fruit raising. 

FARMER; Saturdays; democratic; 
twelve pages 9x12; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished i8S7; S. H. Callen, editor and pub- 
lish^. 

^WllAATS, Mendocino Co. -DSlStpop., 
about 8 m. N. by N. W. of Ukiah, the county 
seat and nearest railroad point. Farming 
and lumbering. 

LITTLE L.A KE HERALD; Wednes 

days; four pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established May, 1901; Alf Pennington, editor 
and publisher. 
NE\V!S; Thursdays (A A). 

WILLOW, c. h., Gienn Co. ^ 893t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's P.d., 150 m. 
N. of San Francisco and 30 S. W. of Ghico. 
Agriculture and fruit growing. 

JOURNAL ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and JSEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays ; democratic ; daily four, semi-weekly 
six to eight pages 13x20; subscription— daily 
$5, semi- weekly $2.50: established — daily 
1883, semi- weekly 1378; E. M. Sehorn, editor 
and publisher. 

GLENN TRANSCRIPT; semi week 
ly; democratic; four pages; 15x22; sub-^crip- 
tion $1.50; established Aue-usr, 19,2; Frank 
Freeman, editor; Transcript Publishing Co.. 
publishers. 

REVIEW; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 1890; 
John A. Apperson, editor and publisher (1—8). 

W^ILMINGTON. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 15x22: subscription $1.^0: estab- 
lished 1903; F. W. Morris, editor and pub- 
lisher (5—5 PK 

WINTERS, Yolo Co. a 785t pop.— of 

township 1,137+— on Southern Pacific Go's 
Rd.,W. of 26 m. Sacramento, the State capi 
tal. Fruit growing and curing. Grain and 
general agriculture. 
EXPRESS; Fridays; republican; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 1884; 

Frank H. Owen, editor and publisher. 

WOODLAND, c. h., Yolo Co. a 2,886t 
pop.— of township 4,329+— on Southern Pa- 



CALIFOR'SIA. 



cific Go's Rd., 20 m. N. of Sacramento, the 

State capital, and 86 N. E. of San Francisco. 

Wheat, barley, fruit, raisins, wine, wool 

and live stock. 

DEMOCRAT ; every evening except 
Sunday, and YOLO DEMOCRAT, 

Thursdays; independent-democratic; daily 
four pages 18x"^, weekly eight pages 15x22; 
subscription —daily $5, weekly $2.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1868, weekly 1859; Ed. E. Leake, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed. The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 1,171 for the year 1896, but 
has not since made any detailed and 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

MAIL; every morning exceot Monday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription— daily $5, semi- weekly $2.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1874. semi-weekly 1868; W. F. 
Mixon, editor and publisher (12— 5 P). 

HOME ALLIANCE; Thursdays ; 
independent; eight pages 11x15; subscription 
$1 ; established 1891 ; Mrs. S. A. Huston, editor 
and publisher. 

YREKA, c. h., Siskiyou Co. q l,263t 

pop.— of township 2,235+— on Yreka Rd. and 

Yreka creek, 300 m. N. of Sacramento, the 

State capital, and 25 S. of Oregon State line. 

Agriculture, lumber, stock raising and 

mining. 

JOURNAL; Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $2; established 
1856; Robert Nixon, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year^ 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SISKIYOU NEWS; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 26x4i); subscription $2; 
established 1874; F. Holbrook, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903, 
T906 and 1907 this paper seemed to 
assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, _ but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

YUBA CITY, c. h., Sutter Co. a l,488t 
pop. (of township), on Southern Pacific 
Go's Rd. and Feather r., nearly opposite 
Marysville, and 57 m. N. of Sacramento, the 
State capital. Manufactories of wagons 
and agricultural implements and two large 
fruit canneries. Farming and fruit raising. 

SUTTER CO. FARMER; Fridays; 
republican: eight pages 13x20; subscription 
S2; established 1881; L. H.Woodworth, editor 
Sutter Publishing Co.. publishers. 

SUTTER INDEPENDENT ; Thurs 
days; democratic: eight pages 13x20; sub 
scription $2; established 1886; J. GloudPhipps 
editor and publisher. 



COLORADO. 



Population 539,700 1. 



Land 



Area 103,645 sq. miles. 



Bounded north by Wyoming and Nebraska, east by Nebraska and Kansas, 
south by Oklahoma and New Mexico, and west by Utah. State capital : Den- 
ver. Principal industries: Cattle and sheep raising, gold and silver mining. 
Number of newspapers and other periodicals (March 30, 1908), 368, divided as 
follows: Daily, 42; semi-weekly, 7; weekly, 275; semi-monthly, 6; monthly, 38. 

The cities and towns of over 3,500 population, according to the United States 
census of 1900 (t), are as follows : 



Denver 133,859t 

Pueblo ti8,157t 

Colorado iSpriu^s til, 085+ 

Leadville 12,455+ 

Clippie Creek 10,147+ 

Boulder 6,150+ 



Triuidad 5,345 + 

Victor 4,986+ 

Canyou City 3.775 + 

Florence 3,728+ 

Salida 3,722+ 

Grand J auction 3,503+ 



AGUILAR, ^as Animas Co. O, 668+ 
pup., oa Denver & Rio Grande Rd., about 
6) m. S. of Pueblo. Coal mining and agri- 
culture. 

APISHAPA VALLEY RECORD; 

Saturdays (A A). 

AKRON, c. h., Washington Co. z^ 450 

pop., on Chicago, Burlington &Qulucy Rd., 

112 m. E. by N. E. of Denver, the State 

capital. Agriculture and stock raising. 

PIONEER PRESS; Fridays; repub- 
lican; eight pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 18S6; H. G. Pickett, editor and 
publisher (1—3). 

WASHINGTON CO. LEADER; Fri 

days; republican; eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1897; John M. 
Stuart, editor and publisher (5—5). 

ALAMOSA, Conejos Co. g 3,000 pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. and Rio 
Grander., 130 m. S. W. of Pueblo. Gold and 
silver mines in vicinity. Agriculture and 
stock raising. 

COURIER; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages 20x26; subscription $1-50; estab- 
lished 1889; John M. Stewart, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

INDEPENDENT JOURNALj Thurg- 
days; republican; four pages 18x24 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1875; W. H. Hirst, edi- 
tor; Independent Journal Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

ALMA, Park Co. n 297+ pop.— of 
township 380+— 10 m.W. of Como and about 
90 S. W. of Denver, the State capital. Lum- 
ber yards. Gold, silver and copper mining, 
milling and stock raising. 

PARK CO. BULLETIN; Fridaya; 
republican; four pages 17x24; subscription 
$3; established 1881; Edward Edwards, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—8). 

ANTONITO, Conejos Co. g 347t pop. 

—of township 360+— on Denver & Rio Grande 

Rd., 1 m. S. of Conejos, the county seat. 

Sheep.wool and cattle. Mining and farming. 

LEDGER; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1892; J. D. Frazey, editor and publisher. 

ARVADA, Jefferson Co. U 412t pop.. 

on Colorado &: Southern Rd., about 9 m. 

N. W. of Denver, the State capital. 

DISCOVERER; Fridays (A A). 
SUN; Fridajs(A A). 



ASPEN, c. h., Pitkin Co. -aS.SOSf pop., 

OQ Colorado Midland and Denver & Rio 

Grande Rds. and Roaring Fork r., about 

43 m. S. E. of Glenwood Springs and 50 

W. of Leadville. Foundries, manufactories, 

smelters and concentrators. Mining. 

DEMOCRAT ; every morning except 
Monday; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $6; established 1900; Chas. Dally, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 189S 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

TIMES ; every morning except Monday 
and days after legal holidays, and WEEK- 
LY, Saturdays; republican; daily four, 
weekly eight pages 17x22; subscription- 
daily $5, weekly $2; established- daily 1886, 
weekly 1881; T. J. Murphy, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed; For the year 1907 
the daily edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

AULT, TreW Co. cf 1,000 pop., on Union 

Pacific Rd., 60 m. N. of Denver and 12 N. of 

Greeley. Agriculture. 

A DVERTISER ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
sixteen pages 11x15; subscription $1.50: es- 
tablished August, 1904; E. P. Hubbell. editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

BASALT, Eagle Co. n 382t pop.— of 
township 565+— on Colorado Midland and 
Denver & Rio Grande Rds., 20 m. S. E. of 
Glenwood Springs. Agriculture, stock rais- 
ing and mining. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; eight pages 
13x20; established 1897; W. H. Hildreth, edi- 
tor and publisher (7—5). 

BERTHOUD, Larimer Co. b 805t 

pop. — of township 752+ — on Colorado 
Southern Rd., 11 m. N. of Longmont and 54 
from Denver, the State capital. Agricult- 
ure and stock raising. 

BULLETIN! Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; R. C. 
Hardesty, editor and publisher (6—5). 



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BOULiDER, c. h., Boulder Co. (^ (3,150t 
pop.— local estimate, 10,000 -on Coloraao & 
Northwestern, Color;ido & Southern and 
Union Pacific Rds. and Boulder creek, 29 
m. N. W. of Denver, the State capital. State 
University located here. Gold, silver and 
coal mining, oil wells, agriculture and stock 
raising. 

BOUI^DER CO. HERALD ; every 
evening except Sunday and Wednesday, and 
W E E K Li Y, Wednesdays ; republican ; 
eight pages— daily 15x22, weekly 20x26; sub- 
ecription- daily $5, weekly $3; established 
1880; Otto H. Wangelin, editor and pub 
Usher (12—4). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper has never made a definite 
and satisfactory report, but had credit 
for printing more than i,ooo copies in 
igo4 and 1906. 

CAMERA; every evening except Sun- 
day, and TRIBUNE, Fridays; democratic; 
daily four pages 20x26, weekly four pages 
20x26; subscription— daily $5, weekly $1; es- 
tablished 1884; L. C. Paddock, editor; The 
Boulder Publishing Co., publishers (6—5). 

Copies printed: For the year 1898 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

NEWS} Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1866; C. Ricketts. editor and publisher (6— 5). 

SILVER AND GOLD: Wednesdays 
during college year (A AK 

BOWERMAN, Gunnison Co. -u 500 

pop., on Colorado & Southern and Denver 

& Rio Grande Rds., 28 m. E. of Gunnison. 

HERALD; Thursdays; independent: 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished August. 1903; E. R. Lore, editor and 
publisher (12—4) (A A). 

BRECKENRIDGE, c. h., Stimmii 

Co. n 1,200 pop., on Colorado & Southern 
Rd.. 30 m. E. of LeadviUe and 105 N. W: of 
Denver, the State capital. Mining and stock 
raising. 

BULLETIN; Fridays: eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $2.50; established 1898; J. W. 
Smisher. editor and publisher. 

J O U R N A li ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
eight pages 13x20: subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1880; O. K. Gaymon, editor and pub 
lisher(l— 8). 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 
copies regularly, but such definite in- 
formation as would warrant such a 
■^atinor has never been forthcoming. 

BRIGHTON, c. h., Adams Go. n SCet 
pop.— of township 674+— on Union Pacific 
Rd., 19m. N. of Denver. Mining, agricult- 
ure, stock raising and gardening. 

BLADE; Fridays; independent-demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50: 
established 1901; Lewis C. Grove, editor and 
publisher (6—5). 

REGISTER; Fridays; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1.50; established 1886; Lee & 
Son, editors and publishers. 



BRUSH, Morgan Co. [J 3811 pop.— 
local estimate 1,800— of township 944+— on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd. in Colo 
rado, 10 m. E. of Fort Morgan, the county 
seat, and 87 N. E. of Denver, the State 
capital. Stock raising, sugar beet cultuie 
and farming. 

MORGAN CO. REPUBLICAN; Fri 

days; republican; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1.50; established September, 1901; 
L). P. baunders. editor and publisher (1—8). 
TKIBUNE; Fridays; four pai^es 15x2i;; 
subscription $1; established 1895; Edward H. 
Madison, editor and publisher. 

BUENAVISTA, c. h., Chajffee Co. a 
1,006+ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande. Atchi- 
son, Topeka & Santa Fe and Union Pacific 
Rds., 36 m. S. by S. E. of Leadville. Agri- 
culture, manufacturing, mining and smelt- 
ing. At an elevation of seven thousand five 
hundred feet. 

CHAFFEE CO. DE3IOCRAT; 

Fridays; democratic; four pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $1; established 1895; C. S. Logan, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal ot 
the claim. 

COLORADO REPUBLICAN; Thurs 

days; repuV)lican; ten pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1; esiablislied 1880; Gilbert A. 
Walker, editor and publisher (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 2,214 ^^ 
1896, of 2,3S2 in 1898. since which 
time it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but was cre- 
dited with printing more than 1,000 
copies for the y,ears 1906 and 1907. 

BURLINGTON, c. h.. Kit Carson 

Co. n- 183+ pop. — of township 382+— on 
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., about 
43 m. E. of Flagler. Flour and feed mills 
and lumber trade. 

KIT CARSON CO. RECORD; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1: established August, 1901; A. C. 
Morrison, editor: Frank D. Mann, publisher. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays: independent; 
eight pages 17J4x24: subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1892: George L. Wilkinson, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

CALHAN, El Paso Co. P oOt pop., on 
Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 40 m. N. 
E. of Colorado Springs, the county seat. 
Cheese making, cattle and sheep raising. 

DIVIDE FARMER; Fridays (A A). 

NEWS: Fridays: independent; six pages 
15x22: subscription $1: established January, 
1901; A. W. Sparkman, editor and publisher. 

CAMERON, Teller Co. a 450 pop., 
on Midland Terminal and Colorado Springs 
& Cripple Creek District Rds., 3 m. N. E. of 
Cripple Creek, the county seat. Gold min- 
ing. 
CRESCENT; Fridays; republican^ 

eight pages I3x2u; subscription $2; estab. 



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lished 1898; J. R. Wilson, editor and pub- 
lisher (A A). 

CANON CITY, c. h., Fremont Co. n 

3,775t pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 
and Denver & Rio Grande Rds. and Arkan 
sas r., 41 m. N. W. of Pueblo and 161 S. by 
S. W. of Denver, the State capital. Hot and 
cold soda springs. Coal, oil, sandstone and 
lime. Seat of Colorado State Penitentiary. 

RECORD; daily, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; republican; six to eight pages 
15x22; subscription— daily $5, weekly $1.25; 
established— dally August, 1906, weekly 1878; 
Guy U. Hardy, editor and publisher (2— 7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,529 in 1901 
and 2,001 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnishe;d any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

CANNON; Wednesdays; democratic; 
elg he pages 15^x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1887; Catharine B. Bell, editor; Fre- 
mont Publishing Ocmpauy, publisSiers (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

TIMES; Thursdays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1898; A. F. Ter- 
rill, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such defirrite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal ot 
the claim. 

CARBONDALE, Garfield Co. ti lT3t 

pop —of township 598+— on Denver & Rio 

Grande and Colorado Midland Rds., 15 m. 

E. of Glenwood Springs and 26 N. W. of 

Aspen. Mining. Cattle and farm produce. 

ITEM; Thursdays; democratic; six pages 
13x20; subscription $2; established 1898; Chas. 
Johnson, editor and publisher. 

CASTLEROCK, c. h.. Dotiglat Co. 

D 450 pop., on Denver & Rio Grande and 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rds., 33 m. S. of 
Denver, the State capital. Stock raising, 
dairying, mining and quarrying. 

DOUGLAS CO. RECORD; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1898; C.A.Bent, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

JOURNAL.; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1880; L. C. Wood, editor; H. C. Wood, pub- 
lisher. 

CEDARED6E, Delta Co. -a about 
8 m. N. of Payne, nearest station on Denver 
& Rio Grande Rd. 

SURFACE CREEK CHAMPION: 

Fridays (A A). 

CENTER, Sagnache Co. g 2Q0pop.,13 

m. N. of Montevista. Wheat, oats, barley, 

potatoes, sugar beets and stock raising. 

DISPATCH; Fridays ; independent ; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1; established 
May, 1901; Jute Lawrence, editor and pub- 
lisher. 



COLORADO. 



CENTRAL CITY, c. h., Gilpin Co. a 

3,114+ pop., on Colorado & Southern Rd., in 
the Rocky Mountains, 40 m. W. by N. W. of 
Denver, the State capital. Gold mining, 
milling and smelting. Supply point for sur- 
rounding mining district. 

GILPIN OBSERVER; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2; established 1887; F. J. Altvater, editor 
and publisher. 

REGISTER-CALL.; Fridays; republi- 
can; eight pages 15x22; subscription $3; es- 
tablished I860; G. M. Laird, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CHEYENNE WELLS, c. h., Chey. 

enne Co. o- 725 pop. (of township), on 

Union Pacific Rd., 176 m. E. of Denver. 

Farming and stock raising. 

CHEYENNE REPUBLICAN; Fri- 
days; independent; eight pages 16x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1889; W. E. Cain, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

COLLBRAN, Mesa Co. -a on Denver 

& Rio Grande, Colorado Midland Rds., 4 m. 

N. E. of Grand Junction at De Beque. 

PLATEA U VOICE; Fridays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1898; C. B. Pitts, editor; Pitts & 
Pitts, publishers (1—7). 

COLORADO CITY, El Paso Co. a 

2,914+ pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 
and Denver & Rio Grande Rds., 3 m. W. by 
N. W. of Colorado Springs, the county seat. 

EL PASO CO. ARGUS; Saturdays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1.50; established June, 1900; J. O. Chase, 
editor and publisher ( A A). 

IRIS; Fridays; republican; four pages 
18x24; subscription $1 ; established 1889; R. A. 
Hampshire, editor and publisher (1—8). 

COLORADO SPRINGS, c. h., 

El Paso Co. a 30,000 pop., on Denver & 
Rio Grande, Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Colorado Mid- 
land and Colorado & Southern Rds., 76 m. 
S. by S. E. ot Denver, the State capital. 
Ore reduction and refining mills. Printers' 
Home, school for deaf mutes and blind 
asylum. Health resort for Invalids. Gold 

mining. 

DAILY. 

EVENING TELEGRAPH ; every 
evening except Sunday: independent; ten 
to twelve pages 18x22i^; subsci-iption $4.80; 
establishea 1887; Evening Telegraph Pub 
lishing Co. (Inc. ), publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 8,844 "^ 

1902, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 4,000 copies for the years 
1906 and 1907. 

GAZETTE; every morning, and 
W EEK LY, Thursdays; republican; dally 
eight to sixteen, Sunday twenty-eight to 
thirty-six, weekly twelve pages 17x24; sub- 
scription—daily $7, weekly $1 ; established — 
daily 1878, weekly 1873; C. T. Wilder, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: The daily edition 
of this paper had credit for an average 
issue of '9,341 in 1902, of 8,357 i" 

1903, since which time it has not fur- 



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nished a definite and satisfactftry report, 
but was credited with printing more 
than 4,000 copies for the year 1907. 

The Sundav edition had credit for 
an average issue of 8,549 i" 1903. since 
which time it has not furnished a re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 4,000 copies for the year 
1907. 

The weekly edition had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies regu- 
larly in the year 1898, but has not 
since set up any claim for issuing so 
many. 

WEEKLY. 

COLORADO PRESS; Fridays; four 
pages ll}4x'U; subscription $l.5U; established 
1896; E. C. F. Whitaker, editor and publisher 
(6-5). 

EL. PASO CO. DEMOCRAT; Satur 
days; democratic; eight pages 16x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1B89; T. B. & 
Nellie E. Pyles, editors and publishers. 

L.ABORKEVVS;Thursdays; labor; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; establisiied 
September, 1901; A. J. E.Hubbard, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 
copies regularly, but such definite in- 
formation as would warrant such r 
rating has never been forthcoming. 

MINING IN VESTOR; Saturdays- 
mining; eighty pages 10x12; subscription 
$2; established 1895; Claude Sachs, editor; 
Critic Publishing Co., publishers (1— (i). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an apverage issue of 2,520 in 1902 
and 10,547 in 190.6, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 7,500 in 1907. 

MINING NEWS: Saturdays; mining; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished July. 1902; Will J. Mathews, editor and 
publisher (11—5). 

PUBLIC OPINION; Mondays (A A). 

TIGER; Fridays, during college year 
(AA). 

WESTERN ENTERPRISE; Satur- 
days; negro; independent; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1.50; established 1892; Porter 
S. Simpson, editor and publisher. 

MONTHLY. 

FRONTIER; monthly; literary; fifty- 
two pages 6x914; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1902, Frontier Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers (9— 5P). 

COMO, Park Co. D 407t pop.— of town- 
ship 504+— on Union Pacitic Rd., 10 m. N.E. 
of Falrplay, the county seat. Silver and 
gold mining. 

RECORD; Thursdays; Independent; 
8 pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1881 ; Webster Ballinger, editor and publisher 

(8-5) (A A). 

CORTEZ, c. h., Montezuma Co. p 400 

pop., 12 m. S. W. of Dolores. Agriculture 

and extensive irrigating system. 

MONTEZUMA JOURNAL; Thurs- 
days; independent: six pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $2; established 1888; C.A. Frederick, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

CRAIG, iioutt Co. tl 175 pop., on Den- 
■"er & Rio Grande and Colorado Midland 



Rds., about 35 ni. N. of Meeker. Cattle 
raising. 

RO UTT CO U NT V COURIER ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages 16x22; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1891 : Walter Spencer, edi- 
tor ; Courier Printing Co., publishers (2—5). 

CREEDE, c. li., Mineral Co. g 938t 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., about 
35 m. N. W. of Del Norte. Mining. 
CANDLE; Saturdays; republican; eight 

pages 15x22 : subscription $2; established 

1892; Sam. A. Moty, editor and publisher 

( 1—8 ). 

CRESTED BUTTE, Gunnison Co. -D 
988+ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 
25 m. N. by N. W. of Gunnison, the county 
seat. Gold, silver and coal mining and 
coke. 

CITIZEN; Fridays (A A). 

ELK MOUNTAIN PILOT; Tues- 
days; four pages 16x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1880; Will and Minnie C. Decker, 
editors and publishers. 

CRIPPLE CREEK, Teller Co. a 
10,14;+ pop.. 25 m. W. by S. W. of Colorado 
Springs, the county seat. Gold mining. 
EVENING STAR; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLV, Saturdays; 
republican; eight pages I5x2.i; subscription- 
daily $6, weekly $2.5u; established 1S99; C. E. 
Wood, editor and publisher (9— 3). 

Copies printed: No definite _ and sat- 
isfactory report was ever furnished for. 
the daily edition, but it has been cre- 
dited with issuing more than 1,000 
copies from 1899 to and including 1907. 

The weekly edition for the year 
1903 seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. If 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

TI3IES; every morning except Monday, 
atid WEEKIjY, Thursdays; republican; 
uaily and weekly eight, Sunday twelve to 
sixteen pages l7J>^x22; subscription— dally 
$7.80, weeitly S1.5u; established— daily 1892, 
weekly 1896; Geo. W. Shepherd, manager; 
The Cripple Creek Times Companv, pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 3,987 in 1901, of 4,068 in 1902, 
since which time it has not furnished 
a definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
2,250 copies for the year 1907. 

DEBEQUE, Mesa Co. -n 150t pop.— ot 
township T50+— on Denver & Rio Grande 
and Colorado Midland Rds., 30 m. N. E. of 
Grand Junction, the county seat. Farm- 
ing, oil, and stock raising. 

BUGLE; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1888; Bugle Publishing Company, editors 
and publishers. 

DEL NORTE, c. h., Rio Grande Co. 

P 705+ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 

about 32 m. N. W. of Alamosa. Grist mills. 

Mining and agriculture. 

SAN JUAN PROSPECTOR: Satur- 
days; republican; four pages 20x26; sub- 



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scriptlon $2; established 1874; Geo. A. Scibird, 
editor; Prospector Publishing Co., publishers. 

DELTA, c. h.. Delta Co. -n 2,500 pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 51 m. S. E. of 
Grand Junction. Farming, fruit growing 
and stock raising. 

DELTA CO. TRIBUNE; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2; establlstied 18S9a8Z)cZ^a County Laborer ; 
Elbert E. Watts, editor; Delta County Tri- 
bune Publishing Co., publishers (2— 8). 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 16x2a; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1883; R. D. Blair, editor and publisher. 

ORGANIZER: Wednesdays (A A). 

DENVER, c.h., v4rapaftoe Co. n State 
Capital, 133,859+ pop., on Union Pacific, 
Denver, Lakewood & Golden. Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe, Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy,ColoradoEastern and Denver & Rio 
Grande Rds., and at confluence of Cherry 
creek and S. Platte r., 620 m. W. of Omaha, 
Neb. Altitude five thousand three hundred 
feet above sea level. Commercial center for 
the mining and agricultural interests of 
Colorado and New Mexico. 
DAILY. 

CA PITA LE; daily except Sunday (A A). 

COLORADO HEROLD; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Satur- 
days: German; independent; dally eight, 
weekly twelve pages 17x23; subscription, 
daily $6; weekly $2; established 1870; Har- 
burg & Co., editors and publishers (2—5 P). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 4,o8o in 1899, since which time 
it has not furnished a definite and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies since 
1901 and including the j-ear 1907. 

HOTEL BULLETIN; every evening 
except Sundaj'; hotels; eight pages 18x24; 
established 1890 ; V. S. Warriner, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For free distribution. 

JOURNAL; every morning except Sun 
day; law, real estate and finance; four pages 
15x22; subscription $12; established 1897; 
Herbert Fairall, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- , 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It I 
has not since made any renewal ot j 
the claim. , 

3IINING RECORD; every evening, 
except Sunday; mining; eight to forty pages 
17x22; subscription $5, Saturdav only $2; I 
established 1889; Chas. J. Downey, editor; 
Reinert Publishing Co., publishers" (1—5). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 3,298 in 1902 and 9,350 in 
1906, since which it has not furnished 
any definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 7,500 in 
1907. 

Saturday edition: 21,240 in 1905 and 
25,548 in 1906, and in the absence of 
a definite and satisfactory report was 
credited with more than 20,000 in 
1907. 



COLOR A DO— Denver. 



Copies printed: 



Sunday issue, 







POftT; every evening except Sunday, and 
Sunday morning, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days; independent; daily sixteen, Sunday 
sixty-eight pages 18x24, weekly twelve pages 
15x22; subscription— da ily $7.80, Sunday $2, 
weekly 50 eeuts ; established — dailv 1893, 
weekly 1901; W. W. Winne, manager ( 1—8 ). 
Daily editions: 
36,950 in 1903 
44,577 in 1904 
44,320 in 1905 
53,008 in 1906 
49,888 in 1903 
58,982 in 1904 
60,104 in 1905 
73,113 in 1906 
Copies circulated: Daily and Sunday: 
50.606 in 1907. 

B^" The absolute correctness of the latest 
circulation rating accorded 
the Denver Post is guaran- 
teed by the publishers of 
Roweli's American News- 
paper Directory, who will 
pay one hundred dollars to 
the first person who successfully contro- 
verts its accuracy. 

RECORD-STOCKMAN; every even- 
ing except Sunday; commercial and live 
stock; four pages 17x21; subscription $3; 
established 1877; F. P. Johnson, editor; 
Record Stockman Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (1—S). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement was ever obtained 
from this paper, but its regular issues 
have been believed to exceed 1,000 cop- 
ies since 1897, including the year 1907. 
REPUBLICAN: every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays ; republican ; 
daily and weekly ten to twelve, Sunday thirty 
to fortj-eight pages 18x2Uii; subscription- 
daily $9, weekly $1 ; established 1866; William 
Stapteton, editor ; Republican Publishing 
Company, publishers ( 12—6). 

Copies printed: Daily, 2^,722 in 1903 

2g,2i4 in 1904 
31,440 in 1905 
36,511 in 1906 
37,690 in 1907 
Weekly: no definite and satisfactory 
report was ever received from this pa- 
per, but it was thought to issue more 
than 1,000 copies in 1899, but has not 
since set up any claim for issuing so 
many. 

ROCKY lUOUNTA IN NEWS; every 

morning.TIMES evc-y evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY NEWS-TIMES, 

Thursdays; independent; daily twelve to 
sixteen, weekly twelve. Sunday fifty to 
sixty-four page's 19x24; subscription— iVeirs, 
daily and Sunriay $9, Sunday $2.50, dally 
Times, with Sundav AVm's $7.80, without 
$5 20, weekly $1 ; established — News 1859, 
Times 1872; Thomas M. Patterson, editor; 
News-Times Publishing Co., publishers (1—6), 
Copies printed: Morning, 



Evening, 



Sunday, 



28,272 


in 


1903 


37,998 


in 


1904 


43,836 


in 


1905 


42,894 


in 


1906 


41,536 


in 


1907 


28,990 


in 


1903 


39,080 


m 


1904 


44,841 


in 


190S 


44.965 


in 


1906 


44,541 


in 


1907 


65,983 


in 


1903 


75,690 


in 


1904 


84.873 


in 


1905 



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COLORADO— Denver. 

86,060 in 1906 
85,794 in 1907 
Weekly had credit for an issue of 
4,500 in 1894, since which time it has 
not furnished any report, but was cre- 
dited with printing more than 1,000 
copies for the years 1906 and 1907. 

WEEKLY. 

CATHOLIC REGISTER; Thursdays; 
rornaa catholic; eight pages 17x22; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established August, 1905; The Reg- 
ister Publishing Co.. editors and publishers 
(1— 8 . Prints editions for Colorado Springs 
and Pueblo. 

CLAY'S REVIEW; Saturdays; eight 
pages ISx'U; subscription $1; established 
189:j; Perry A. Clay, editor and publisher 
(1—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 3,699 in 
j.)02 and 11,688 in 1905, since which 
it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with more than 7,500 in 1907. 

COLORADOAN; Thursdays; twenty 
pages lOV^xU}^; subscriptiou $2; established 
lStf4 as George's Weekly; Samuel H. Wood, 
editor Modern Message Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

COLORADO GRAPHIC; Saturdays; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab 
lished 1891; Robert H. Latta, editor; Graphic 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal ot 
the claim. 

COLORADO TOURIST AND HO- 
TEL REPORTER; Saturdays; hoteU; 
traveling; four pages lHx24; subscription $i; 
established 1895; E. M. Hawkins, manager; 
H. Jerome Toy, publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903, 
1906 and 1907 this paper seemed to 
assert that it had an average issue ex- 
ceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to fur- 
nish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to 
that effect. 

COLORADO VORWARTS; Satnr 
days; German; eight pa^es 15x22; subsciio 
tion $1.50; established i.Sii5; L. P. Bischoff, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

CO^lMERCIAIi TRIBUNE AND 
PUEBLO PROGRESS; Tuesdays; com- 
mercial; twenty-eight pages 10x14; subscrip- 
tion .S2; established 1885; Frank Esshorn, 
editor; Commercial Publishing Company, 
publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue af 9,115 in 
1897, _ of 9,222 in 1898, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
2,25b copies for the years 1906 and 
IQ07. 

DEMOCRAT: Saturdays (A A). 
EAST END ECHO; Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 



COLORADO— Denver. 



established 1896; W. S. Wager, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

EXAMINER; Saturdays; legal: eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1889; James M. Lomery, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

FIELD AND FARM; Saturdays; agri- 
cultural; sixteen pages 11x14; subscription 
$2; established 1885; Lute M. Wilcox, editor 
and publisher (1— S). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 8,400 in 1894, since 
which time it has not furnished a defi- 
nite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with printing more than 2,250 
copies since 1897 and for tlie vear 1907. 

HIGHLAND CHIEF; Saturdays; in 
dependent republican; eight pages 11x16; 
subscription $1; established 1389; E. H. Sny- 
der, editor and publisher (1—8). 

ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY; 
Wednesdays; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$1 .-established 1890; W. C. Calhoun, editor; 
Calhoun Publishing Co., publishers (2 — 4). 

Copies printed: No definite and sat- 
isfactory report was ever received from 
this paper, but it has been thought to 
issue more than 2,250 copies regularly 
since 1903, including the year 1907. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays (A A). 

JEWISH OUTLOOK: Fridays (A A). 

MECCA; Saturdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription .$1; established 1890; 
Edwin J. Miller, editor and publisher (2—5). 

MINER'S MAGAZINE; Ihursdays; 
socialist; sixteen pages \.i}4xlC>\4: subscrip- 
tion $1; established 19<X); Jo]in~M. O'Neill, 
editoi ; Western Federation of Miners, pub- 
lishers (h— 5 P). 

Copies printed : This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the year 1903, but has not 
since set up any claim for issuing so 
many. 

MIXES AND MINING; weekly; min- 
ing; fifty-two pages 9x12; subscription $2; 
established 1896; Hall Publishing Company, 
editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 4,066 for the year 1904, 
6,183 in 1906, since which it has made 
no definite and satisfactory statement, 
but was credited with more than 4,000 
copies in 1907. 

MINI N G REPORTER; Thursdays; 

mining; seventy two pages 9x14; subscrip- 
tion S3; established 1873; W. F. R. Mills, edi- 
tor; The Industrial Printing and Publishing 
Company, publishers ( 1- 4). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 3,957 in 1900 and 
6,000 in 1904, since which time it has 
not furnished a definite and satisfae- 
tory report, but was credited with print- 
ing more than 2,250 for the year 1907. 

NAZIONE; Fridays (A A). 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HERALD { 

Saturdajs; legal; Elks; eight pages 15x22: 
subscription $1; established 1860; Halsey M. 
Rhoads, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
three occasions indicated a desire to 
have credit for issuing more than 1,000 



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copies regularly, but such definite in- 
formation as would warrant such a 
rating has never been forthcoming. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN MINEK; Sat- 
urdays; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1693; Miner Printing and Pub 
lishing Company, editors and publishers. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SENTINEL; 
Saturdays; literature; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1887; Sentinel 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers (12— 4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than i,ooo copies reg- 
ularly in the years 1900 and 1901, but 
has not since set up any claim few 
issuing so many. 

ROMA; Saturdays; Italian; four pages 
11x16; subscription $2; established 1892; Peter 
Albi, editor; The Italian Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it ha., 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SCINTll.liATOR; Thursdn.vs; prohib 
Itlon; four pages B-KxllJ^; subscription ."0 
cents; established April, 1907; Forest J. Gar 
man, editor; Lugg & Garman, publishers 
(1-8 P). 

SOUTH DENVER EYE AND Bllli- 
L E T I N J Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; established 
1883; H. W.Risley, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,400 in 1906, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 2,250 in 1907. 

STATESMAN; Fridays; negro; repub- 
lican; sixteen pages 11x15; subscription 
$1.50; established 1890; C. A. Franklin, edi- 
tor and publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

SUNDAY STANDARD; Stmdays; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1895; Charles N. Monaghan, editor and 
publisher. Office, 1125 Larimer street. 

SVENSK.A3IERIKANSKA 
WESTERN ; Thursdays; Swedish; liberal; 
twelve pages 17x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1888; Swedish Printing Co., editors and 
publishers (l2— 6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for- an average issue of 7,839 in_ 1901 
and 13,825 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 7,500 in 1907. 

WESTERN W^OODMAN; Saturdays; 
woodcraft; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
50 cents; established 1899; P. J. Molntyre, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed : This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 
copies regularly, but such definite in- 
formation as would warrant such a 
rating has never been forthcoming. 

UNIVERSITY BULiIiETINj weekly 
during college year (A A). 



COLORADO— Denver. 



WEST SIDE HUSTLER; Fridays 

(A A). 

SEMI-MONTHLY. 

COLORADO OD D-F E L L O W ; 

■emi-monthly ; odd-fellowship; eight pages 
11x14; subscription $1.50; established 1895; 
J. M. Norman, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than i.ooo copies in 
the year 1898, but has not since set 
up any definite and satisfactory claim 
for issuing so many. 

FINANCIAL BULLETIN; semi- 
monthly (A A). 
NATIONAL ELK'S JOURNAL; 

semi month)}' (A A). 

ORES AND METALS; semimonthly; 
mining; thirty-six pages 9x12; subscription 
S2; established 1891; CarlH. Paddock, editor; 
ores and Metals Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing 3,030 in 1902, 5,130 m 
'1904, and exceeding 2,250 in 1907. 

WESTERN JOBBER; semi-monthly; 
mercantile; thirty-two pages 9x12; subscrip- 
tion $1; established Januarj', 1904; Western 
Jobber Publisliing Co., editors and publish- 
ers (7— 5P). 

MONTHLY. 

A. O. U. W. RECORD; monthly; 
Ancient Order of United Workmen; eight 
to sixteen pages lOJ^oxUJ^; subscription 50 
cents; established 1887; A. £. Pierce, editor; 
Pierce Publishing Co., publishers (12—5). 

Copies printed: 9,937 in 1897, and 
7,308 in 1904, and credited with is- 
suing more than 4,000 in 1907. 

ART WORLD; montlily; German; art, 
music, drama; one hundred and thirty two 
pages 7x10; subscription $3; established 
April, 1907; Victor Neuhaus, managing edi- 
tor; Art World Publishing Co., publishers. 
Office, 210 Appel building (5—7 P). 

BALANCE; monthly; new thought; 
fifty-six pages 7x10; subscription 5u cents; 
established 19<)5; J.Howard Cashmere, editor 
and publisher (11—6 P) (A L). 

BUSINESS AVOMAN'S MAGA- 
ZINE; monthly; one hundred pages 7x10; 
subscription $1; established June, 1903: Lou- 
ise Lee Harden, editor; The Business Wom- 
an's Publishing Co., publishers (8— 5 P; (A A). 

COLORADO MEDICAL JOUR- 
NAL AND WESTERN MEDICAL 
AND SURGICAL GAZETTE; month- 
ly; medical; eighty four pages 7x10; sub- 
scription $2; established 1895: Wm. N. Beggs, 
A.B., M.D., editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

COLORADO MEDICINE; monthly 

(A A). 
COLORADO SCHOOL JOURNAL! 

monthly (during the school year); educa- 
tional and literary; twenty eight pages 9x12; 
subscription $1; established 1885; Aaron Gove, 
editor: D. R. Hatch, publisher (2— 8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,170 for the 
year 1902, but has not since made 
definite or satisfactory claim to issuing 
so many as 1,000 copies. 

CRITIQUE; monthly; medical; sixty 
pages 6x9; subscription $1; established 1894; 
James William Mastin, editor; Journal Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (1—5 P). 

Copies printed: This periodical had 



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COLORADO— Denver. 



credit for an average issue of 1,175 fot 
the year 1898, but has not since made 
any claim to issuing so many as 1,000 
copies. 

FRATERNAL SIFTINGS; monthly; 
Fraternal Order of Eagles; twenty eight 
pages 63^x9*^; subscription $1; established 
1904: S.H. Loeb, editor and publisher(5— 6 P). 
FRATERNAL. UNION; monthly; Fra 
ternal Union of America; eight pages 9x12; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1896; F. 
F. Roose, editor; The Fraternal Union of 
America, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 26,416 in 1903 
28,500 in 1905 
30,083 in 1907 
INSURANCE REPORT; monthly; in 
surance; twenty-eight pages 10x13: subscrip- 
tion's; establisliL'd 1S97; Cyrus K. Drew, edi- 
tor and publisher. 

For the year 1899 
to assert that it had 
exceeding 1,000 cop- 
furnish such definite 
as would warrant the ac- 
a rating *to that effect. It 



Copies printed: 
this paper seemed 
an average issue 
ies, but failed to 
information 
cordance of 

has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

INTERNATIONAL HORSE- 
SHOERS' MAGAZINE; monthly; 
labor; twenty eight pages 6x9; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1900; Roady Kene- 
han, editor; International Union of the 
Journeymen Horseshoers' Union of U. S. and 
Canada, publishers. 

INTERSTATE TRADE BULLE- 
TIN; monthly; mercantile; twenty four 
pages 10x12; subscription $1; established 
March, 1904; Geo. V. Richards, editor; BuUe 
tin Publishing Co., publishers (1—7). 

IRRIGATION; monthly; irrigation; 
and agriculture; thirty-two pages 10x12; sub- 
scription $1; established 1903; C. O.Sprenger, 
editor; Irrigation Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (1—5) (A A). 

Copies printed: Average issue 9,917 
in 1904 and believed to exceed 7,500 
in 1906. 

MEDICAL TIMES AND UTAH 
MEDICA L JOURNA L ; monthly; medi- 
cal; ninety-six pages 6MxlO; subscription 
$1; established 18S2; Edward C. Hill, editor; 
The Medical Times Publishing Co.. pub 
Ushers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of i.ooo for the year 
1903, but has not since made any 
definite and satisfactory clainiing to is- 
suing so many as 1,000 copies. 

i>lINING TRUTH; monthly (A A). 

MODERN WORLD; monthly (A A). 

MOTOR FIELD; monthly ; automobile 
and cycling; flftj'-two to eighty pages 6^x10; 
subscription $1; established 1892; G. A. 
Wahlgreen, editor and publisher; dated 
also at San Francisco. Cal. (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 10,453 in 1896 
and 5.000 in 1906, since which it hjas 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 4,000 in 1907. 

OUTDOOR LIFE; monthly; recrea- 
tiou; one hundred and forty-eight pages 7x 
10J><>; subscription $1-50; established 1897; J. 
A. McGuire, editor; Outdoor Life Publishing 
Co.. publishers (1—7). 

(Topics printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 20,308 in_ 1900 
and 45,041 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 40,000 in 1907. 



PROFIT AND LOSS; monthly; min- 
ing and flnancial; two hundred pages GJ^xlO; 
subscription $1; established October, 1904 ; 
Harry J. Newton, editor ; tiarry J. Newton 
and W. H. Cunningham, publishers. Office, 
1715 California street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 4,750 in 1905 
6,375 in 1906 
8,875 in 1907 

PYTHIAN TRIANGLE; monthly; 
Knights of Pythias; twenty-four pages 6x9; 
subscription $1; established 1893; J. D. Wil- 
liamson, editor and publisher. 

QUERIES; monthly; twenty pages 
10^x15*; subscription 50 cents; established 
January, 1907; Newton & Cunningham, edi- 
tors and publishers (10—7 P). 

RAILWAY GAZETTE; monthly; 
one hundred and eiglit page? 5x10 ; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1885; G.R.Ohlin, editor; 
The Gazette Publishing Co., publishers 
(12-3) (A A ). 

Copies printed: This publication has 
never furnished a satisfactory report, 
but was believed to issue more than 
4,000 copies in 1906. 

RANCH AND RANGE; monthly; il 
lustrated; twenty-four to forty-eight pages 
9x12; subscription $1; established 1900; H. S. 
Groves, editor and publisher (1 — 5 P). 

Copies printed: This paiper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 7,041 in 
1902, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 4,000 copies for the year 
1907. 

RETAIL CLERKS' INTERNA- 
TIONAL ADVOCATE; monthly; labor; 
thirty six pages 6}^xlO; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1893; Max Morris, editor; Retail 
Clerits' National Protective Association, pub- 
lishers (2— 8). 

Copies printed: 43,666 in 1903 
50,000 in 1904 
50,000 in 1905 
50,000 in 1906 
50,000 in 1907 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN DRUGGIST; 
monthly; drugs; fifty-four pages 9x12: sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1888; C. E. 
Ward, editor; Rocky Mountain Druggist 
Publishing Co., publishers (12 — 1). 

Copies printed: 2,969 in 1904, and 
believed to issue more than i.ooo in 
1906 and 1907. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN ENDEAVOR; 

monthly; Christian Endeavor; twenty-four 
pages 63^x10; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished March, 1901; J. T. Traylor, editor; 
The Endeavor Press, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1902 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

ROCKY" MOUNTAIN MAGAZINE; 
monthly; twenty-four pages 10x143^; sub- 
scription 10 cents: established March, 1903; 
Rocky Mountain Magazine, editor and pub- 
lisher (8—3 P). 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN OFFICIAL 
RAILWAY GUIDE: monthly; railroad; 
one hundred and twelve pages6x9; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1892; E. L. Bost- 
wlck, editor; The Rocky Moimtain Official 
Guide Co., publishers ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: 4,018 in 1905 
1,625 in 1906 
3,718 in 1907 

SISTER REPUBLICS; monthly; 
English and Spanish; thirty-two pages 6x9; 



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subscriptiounO cents: established 1S99; Frank 

Brady, editor and publislit-r ( '^ — 8^ 

Copies printed: 3.792 in 1903 

3,792 in 1904 

3,500 in 1906 

3,000 in 1907 

SQUARE AMI C«KUl*AS>»;nionthly; 
masonic; thirty six pages TxlU; subscription 
$1; established 1892; L.N. Greeuleaf, editor 
and publisher (2— 3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,367 in 1895, 
of 1,550 in 1902, since which time it 
has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with printing more than 1,000 
copies for the year 1907. 

STUFFED CLUB; monthly; hygiene; 
eighty pages 5x6^; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1900: Dr. J. H. Tilden, editor: Dr. 
R. R. Daniels, publisher fi—S). | 

Copies printed: 7,840 in 1907 | 

SWASTIKA ; montlily ( A A). 

WESTERN INVESTORS' RE- 
VIEW; monthly (A A). 

WESTERN POULTRY WORLD; 
monthly; potiltry; thirty six pages 9x12; I 
subscription .50 cents; established 1902: W. ^ 
C. Schuman. editor; Western Poultry Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 10,250 in 1903 
and 18,500 in 1906, since which it | 
has not furnished any definite and 
satisfactory report, but was credited 
with more than 12,500 in 1907. 1 

WESTERN T R A 1) K JOURNAL 

(succeeding Westeryi Grocer, Butcher and 1 
Clerk r, monthly; general trade; twenty 
pages7xl0; subscription 50 cents; established ' 
1898; Keller Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers (1—7) (A A). I 
W^ESTERX WORLD: monthly; min- I 
ing; forty-eight pages 9x12; subscription $1; , 
established 1902 a« Conquest; P. A. Leonard, 
editor; Western World Publishing Co., pub- I 
lishers (6— 5P). 

Copies printed: This paper has never I 
furnished a satisfactory report, but was 
believed to have printed more than 
1. 000 in 1906 and 1907. 



DOLORES, Montezuma Co. P 275 
pop.— of township 600 — on Rio Grande 
Southern Rd., 28 m. S. W. of Rico. Farm- 
ing and fruit and stock raising. 

STAR; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1897; Charles Bear, editor and publisher ( 1—8). 

DURANGO,c.li.,ia7'Zrt<aCo.p3,317t 

pop., on Rio Grande Southern and Denver 
ft Rio Grande Rds. and Las Animas r., 451 
m. S. W. of Denver, the State capital. Out- 
fltting point for miners. Good coking coal. 
Agriculture, stock raising, smelting and 
mining. 

DEillOCRAT; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEK.IiY. Fridaj's; demo- 
cratic; daily four.weekly eight pages lTx22J^; 
subscription— daily S6. weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished 1896; David F. Day, editor and pub 
Usher (T— 5). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
the daily edition of this paper was 
credited with an average issue exceed- 
ing 1,000 copies, since which time it 
has not made any renewal of the claim. 

HERALD ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Mondaysand 
Thursdays; republii-an; four pages—daily 
18x24, semi-weekly 2lx26; subscription— dally 



$6, semi weekly $1.50; established— daily 1831; 
Geo. N. Raymond, editor; Herald Printing 
Co., publishers. 

WAGE EARNER; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1894; O. 8. Galbreath, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

EADS, c. h., Kiowa Co. P, 165 pop., on 

Missouri Pacific Rd., 25 m. W. of Sheridan 

Lake. Farming and stock raising. 

KIOWA CO. PRESS; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$150; established 1887; J. L.Pyles, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

EAGLiE, Eagle Co. n 175t pop.— of 
township 271t— on Denver ft Rio Grande 
Rd., 31 m. E. 6f Glenwood Springs. Agri- 
culture. 

EAGLE VALLEY ENTERPRISEi 

Fridays; republican; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2; established May, 1901; G. T. 
Haubrich, editor and publisher (1 — 3). 

EATON, Weld Co. cf 1,200 pop., on 

Union Pacific Rd..8 m. N. of Greeley, the 

county seat. Farming, flour and sugar. 

HERALD; Fridays; sixteen pages 11x15; 
subscription $1.50; established 1894; H. E. 
Hogue and J. E. Snook, editors and publish- 
ers (1-8). 

ELBERT, Elbert Co. n- 300 pop., on 

Colorado & Southern Rd., 52 m. S. E. of 

Denver, the State capital. Agriculture, 

dairying, and stock raising. 

ELBERT CO. TRIBUNE ; Thurs- 
days; republican; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1..50; established 1884; J. E. Pope, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

ELDORA, Boulder Co. rt 500t pop., 

22 m. S. W. from Boulder, the county seat. 

Gold mining. 

RECORD; Saturdays; four pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established 19(j2; Henry M. 
Warner, editor and publisher. 

ELIZABETH, ^Z&cr< Co. a- 215t pop., 

on Union Pacific Rd., 39 m. S. E. of Denver, 

the State capital. Corn, oats, rye, potatoes 

and cattle. 

BANNER; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1888; F, P. Murray, editor and publisher. 

ENGLEWOOD, Arapahoe Co. D 8 

m. S. of Denver, the State capital. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays; Independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished April, 1905; J. Homer Rickart, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

ERIE, Weld Co. cf 697 pop., on Union 
Pacific. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rds., 25 m. N. of Denver, the State capital. 
Rich coal mines. 

HERALD; Thursdays (A A ). 

WESTERN MIRROR; Fridays; In- 
dependent ; eight to twelve pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1; established June, 1903; J. W. 
Hoffman, editor and publisher ( 11— 5 P) (A A). 

EVANS, Weld Co. cf 889+ pop., on 
Union Pacific Rd. and South Platte r., 
about 4 m. S. of Greeley, the county seat, 
and 48 N. by N. E. of Denver, the State cap- 
ital. Cattle shipping, stock raising and 
farming. 
COURIER; Saturdays; democratic: 



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four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lehed 1870; A. H. Woodmansee, editor and 
publisher (1—7). 

FAIRPL.AY, c. h., Park Co. D 319t 

pop. — of township 406+ — on Colorado & 

Southern Rd., 80 m. W. S. of Denrer, the 

State capital. Hay and beef industry. 

Sliver and gold mines. Summer resort. 

FliUME; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 18x32 ; subscription S2 ; established 
1878; C. P. Link, editor and publisher (1—8). 

FLORENCE, Fremont Co. d 6,000 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and 
Denver & Rio Grande Rds., 8 m. S. E. of 
Canon City, the county seat. Ore-reduction 
works. Petroleum oil, mining, fruit grow- 
ing and agriculture. 

TRIBUNE; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLiY, Fridays; daily, inde- 
pendent; weekly, republican; four pages 15x 
22; subscription— daily $4.80, weekly $1; es- 
tablished 1896; A.P.Willimas,editor; Tribune 
Printing & Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

CITIZEN ; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 17x22; subscription $1; established 
1902; C, H. and C. N. Bissell, editors and pub- 
lishers (11—6). 

EX PARTE; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.5U; established 
September, 1901; F. A. Moore, editor and pub 
Usher. 

FLORISSANT, Teller Co. a 131! 
pop., on Colorado Midland Rd., 47 m. N. W. 
of Cripple Creek, the county seat. Mining. 

EAGLE; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $2; established 
1898; J. W. Horrigan, editor; J. R. Wilson, 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definit, 
information as would warrajit the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that eflfect. J 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

FORT COLLINS, c. h., Larimer 

Co. [j 4,600t pop., on Colorado & Southern 

Rd., 74 m. N. of Denver, the State capital, 

and 45 S. of Cheyenne, Wyo. Beet sugar, 

quarrying and grain. Stock raising and 

wheat growing. 

COURIER; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; twenty pages 15x22; subsci-iption 
— daily $6, weekly $2; established— daily 
1902, weekly 1878; Ansel Watrous, editor; 
Courier Printing and Publishing Companj', 
publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: The weekly editioit 
of this paper had credit for an issue 
of 1,200 in 1895, since which time it 
has not furnished a definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 co$>ies for 
the year 1907. 

DEIVIOCRAT; every morning except 
Monday (▲ A). 

EXPRESS ; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays ; sixteen to 
twenty pages 15x22; subscription — dally 

, weekly $1..50; established — daily 1907. 

weekly 1878; McCormick Brothers, editors 
and publishers (1—8) 

Copies printed: weekly, 1,089 in 1900, 
increasing to 1,786 in 1904, and in the 



absence of a satisfactory report, be- 
lieved in 1906 and 1907 to have an out- 
put in excess of 1,000 copies. 

LARIMER CO. DEMOCRAT; Sat- 
urdays; democratic; eight to twelve pages 
16x22; subscription $1.50; established March, 
1904; H. C. Branch, editor and publisher(l— 7). 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLE- 
<wIAN; semimonthly, during college year 
(▲A). 

FORT LUPTON, Weld Co. □' 214t 
pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 26 m. N. of Den- 
ver, the State capital. Cheese making and 
canning corn, tomatoes, beans and peas. 
Agriculture. 

PRESS; Fridays (A A). 

SPIRIT; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1892; F. L. Falkenburg, editor and publisher 

(AA). 

FORT MO'RGA'S^c.h., Morgan Co. 

cT 3,500 pop., on Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rd., 76 m. N. E. of Denver, the State 
capital. Agriculture and stock raising. 
Sugar-beet district. 

MORGAN CO. HERALD; Fridays; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1888; G. E. Hosmer, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

TIMES; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1884; James A. Ide.editorand publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it ha^^ 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

FOUNTAIN, El Paso Co. a 400t 
pop. (of township), on Atchison, Topeka & 
Santa Fe, Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, 
Colorado Southern and Denver & Rio 
Grande Rds., 12 m. S. E. of Colorado Springs, 
the county seat, and 80 S. E. of Denver. 
Cattle raising. Agriculture and horticul- 
ture. 

HERAIiD; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1899; Harry Ellington, editor and publisher. 

FOWLER, Otero Co. CX 369t pop., on 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Feand Missouri 
Pacific Rds., 29 m. W. of Lajunta. the coun- 
ty seat, and 35 E. of Pueblo. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; Independent; 
four pages 15x22: subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1897; G. W. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher (6— 5). 

FRUIT A, Mesa Co. -n 126t pop.— of 

township 756+— on Rio Grande Western Rd., 

10 m. N. W. of Grand Junction, the county 

seat. Stock raising and agriculture. 

MESA CO. MAIL ; Saturdays; people'! 
party ; four pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1892 ; H. C. Wagner, editor and 
publisher. 

GEORGETOWN, c. h., Clear Creek 

Co. D 1,418+ pop.— of township l,479t— on 

Union Pacific Rd., In the Rocky Mountains, 

50 m. W. of Denver, the State capital. 

Mining. 

COURIER; Saturdays; four pages 18x24; 



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subscription $1.50; established 1877; S. Ran- 
dall, editor and publisher (7—5). 

Copies printed: For tlie year 1901 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. If 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

GLENTVOOD SPRINGS, c. h., 

Oarfleld Co. )j 2,000 pop., on Denver & Rio 

Grande and Colorado Midland Rds., about 

60 m. W. by N. W. of Leadville. Hot springs 

make it a resort for invalids. Cattle raising, 

coal mining, agriculture and fruit growing. 

AVALANCHE ; every evening except 

Sunday, and AVALANCHE ECHO, 

Thursdays; independent; daily four, weekly 

eight pages 13x20: subscription— daily $6, 

weekly $2: established— dally 1891, weekly 

1887; H. J. Holmes, editor and publisher 

(1-8). 

GLEN WOOD POST AND WEEK- 
LY LEDGER ; Saturdays: eight oages 
15x22; subscription $2; established 1S91; A. 
J. Dickson, editor and publisher (13 — 4). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of i.i6q in 

1903, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a detailed and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies for the year 

1904, but was not thought to print so 
many in 1906 and 1907. 

GOLDEN, c. h., Jefferson Co. a 3,152t 
pop., on Denver, Lakewood & Golden and 
Union Pacific Rds. and Clear creek, 15 m. 
W. of Denver, the State capital. Coal 
shafts ; flour mills, smelting, copper re- 
duction, pottery and drainpipe, fire and 
pressed brick works. State School of 
Mines and State Reform School are located 
here. 

COLORADO TRANSCRIPT; 

Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $2; established 1866; George 
West, editor; The Transcript Publishing Co., 
publishers. 
GLOBE; Saturdays (A A). 

GOLDFIELD. 
CRESCENT; Fridays (A A). 

GRANADA, Prowers Co. P. ^27 pop. 

in 1905, on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 

Rd., 16 m. E. of Lamar, the county seat. 

Agriculture. 

TIMES; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1898; D. H. Dlckason, editor and publisher 
(6-5). 

GRAND JUNCTION, c. h., Mesa 
Co. -n 3,503+ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande, 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Little Book 
Cliff and Rio Grande Western Rds. and 
Grand r., about 85 m. S. W. of Glenwood 
Springs. Agriculture, fruit growing and 
stock raising. 

HERALD ; Saturdays (A A). 

MESA CO. DEMOCRAT; Fridays 
(A A). 

NEWS; Saturdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 1882; 
Price & Newton, editors and publishers. 

Copies printed : This paper had cre- 



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dit for an issue of 1,155 for the year 
1895, but has not since made claim 
to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

GRAND VALLEY. 

NEWS: Wednesdays (A A). 

GRANITE, Chaffee Co. D 250 pop., on 

Colorado Midland and Denver & Rio Grande 

Rds., 18 m. S. of Leadville. Gold mining. 

WINING JOURNAL; Mondays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24: subscription $2; 
established 1894; O. A. Brown, editor and 
publisher(l— 8). 

GREELEY, c. h., Weld Co. ^ 3,023t 
pop.— local estimate 5,500— on Union Pacific 
and Colorado & Southern Rds. and Cache 
La Poudre r., 5 m. from its confluence with 
Platte r., and 52 N. by N.E. of Denver, the 
State capital. Beet sugar and potatoes. 
Rich coal flelds in vicinity. Agriculture 
and stock raising. Seat of State Normal 
School. 

SUN; semi- weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; republican; four pages 16x22; subscrip- 
tions! .50; established 1872; T. T.Wilson, edi- 
tor; Sun Publishing Co., publishers. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1870; Charles Hansen, editor; C. H. 
Wolfe, publisher (8— .3). 

Copies printed: 1,662 in 1901 
2,017 ^ 190a 
2,095 in 1903 
2,177 'ti 1904 
2,26s in 1905 
2,298 in 1906 
2,450 in 1907 

WELD CO. REPUBLICAN; Satur- 
days ; republican ; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1887; Townsend & 
Weber, editors aud publishers. 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1906 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
i,ocko copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

GUNNISON, c. h., Gunnison Co. -n 

1,200+ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande and 
Colorado Southern Rds., 51 m. E. of Mont- 
rose. Gold, silver, Iron and coal mining, 
agriculture and stock raising. 

NEWS-CHAMPION; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; six pages 15x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1880; H. F. Lake, Jr., editor and 
publisher (1--8). 

Copies printed: 1,057 in 1907 
REPUBLICAN; Thursdays: republi- 
can; eight pages 18x24; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1900; C. T. Sills, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

HAYDEN, Rouit Co. \^ 1,000 pop., 
70 m. N. W. of Yarmony, the nearest rail- 
road station, and 229 N. W. of Denver. 
Coal mining and cattle raising. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays: four pages 
17x24 ; subscription $2 ; established 1908; 
George W. Smith, editor and publisher (1—8). 

HOLLY, Prowers Co. R 364t pop.— ol 
town ship 837+— on Atchison,Topeka & Santa 



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Fe Rd., 28 m. E. of Lamar, the county seat. 

Agriculture. 

CHIEFTAIN; Fridays; independent; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; estHh- 
lished 1897; L. N. Zalinger, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

HOIiYOKE, c. h., Phillipt Co. cf 4511 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincj' Rd., 
48 m. E. of Sterling. Agrriculture. 

PHILLIPS CO. REPUBL.1CA1N; 

Thursdays; republican; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1.50; established 1900; O. C. 
Zingg, editor and publisher. 

STATE HERAIiD ; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; eight pages 18x24 ; subscription $1.50; 
•stablished 1887; J. H. Painter, editor and 
publisher (2—8). 

HOOPER, Costilla Co. p 177t pop.— 
of township 401t— on Denver & Rio Grande 
Rd., 160 m. S. W. of Denver. Agriculture 
and wheat shipping.' 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 13x20; subsoription $1.50; established 
1890; C. F. Chapman, editor; Tribune Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers. 

HOTCHKISS, -D«»a. Co. -neoot pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. and N. Fork 
of Gunnison r., 25 m. N. E. of Delta, the 
county seat. Mining, cattle, and fruit 
growing. 

HERALD; Fridays (A A). 

NORTH FORK TIMES; Fridays; re 
publican; six pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 189fi; Thomas L. Blackwell, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

HUGO, c. h., Lincoln Co. d- 260t pop. 

(of township), on Union Pacific Rd., 105 m. 

E. S. E. of Denver, the State capital. U. S. 

Land Office located liere. Shipping point 

for cattle and sheep. 

RANGE LEDGER; Wednesdays; in- 
dependent; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1.50; established 1889; CM. Miles, editor 
and publisher. 

IDAHO SPRINGS, Clear Creek fo. 

a 2,502t pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 14 m. E. 

by N. E. of Georgetown, the county seat. 

Has springs of mineral water. Mining. 

MINING GAZETTE; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; sixteen pages 13x20; subscription $2; 
established 1881; V. I. Noxon, editor; The 
Clear Creek County Printing and Publish- 
ing Company, publishers (6-- 5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,202 for the year 1906, 
but has not since made definite and 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many 

as 1,000 copies. 

NEWS; Fridays ; Independent ; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 1883; 
M. J. Bowen, editor and publisher. 

SIFTINGS; Saturdays ; republican ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; John 
T. Mallalien, editor; Sifting Printing and 
Publisning Co., publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it ha 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 



JOHNSTOWN. 

BREEZE: Thursdays (A A). 



JULESBURG,c. h., Sedgivick Co.^ 
900 pop., at junction of main and Denver 
branch of Union Pacific Rd. and South 
Platte r., 193 m. E. of Denver and 81 W. of 
North Platte, Neb. Stock raising and agri- 
culture. 

GRIT-ADVOCATE; Fridays; republi- 
can; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; 
established 1889; Ed. A. Fry, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

KERSEY, Weld Co. ^ 550 pop., on 

Union Pacific Rd., 55 m. N. E, of Denver. 

Farming and stock raising. 

ENTERPRISE ; Fridays; independent ;' 
four pages 17x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished August, 1904; E. P. ShaCCner, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

KIOWA, c. h., Elbert. Co. D- 67St 
pop. ( of township), on Kiowa creek, 7 m. E. 
of Elizabeth, the nearest station on Colora- 
do & Southern Rd., and 45 S. E. of Denver. 
Agriculture and ranching. 

DIVIDE REVIEW; Saturdays (A A). 

RECORD; Saturdays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established 1899; C. L. 
Dickerson, editor and publisher (9—6) (A A). 

KREMML.INO, Gmnd Co. \2 11 m. 

W. of Sulpher Springs, nearest station on 

Denver, Northwestern & Pacific Rd. 

GRAND CO. NEWS; Fridays; repub- 
lican; ten pages 15x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1903; Fred J. Perry, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—6). 

LAFAYETTE, Boulder Co. ^ 3,000 
pop., on Colorado & Southern and Burling- 
ton & Missouri River Rds., 12 m. E. of 
Boulder, the county seat. Agriculture, 
stock raising and mining. 

LEADER; Fridays; six pages; sub- 
scription $1.50; established February, 1905; 
Jack Demotte, editor and publisher (1—8). 

NEWS-FREE PRESS; Fridays; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1898; Charles Payne Smith, editor; Clyde L. 
Stanley, publisher (1—8). 

LA JARA, Conejos Co. g 400t pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd.. 25 m. N. of 
Conejos, the county seat. Mining, agricul- 
ture, sheep and cattle. 

CHRONICI^E; Fridays; republican ; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1896; Clifton H. Wilder, editor and 
publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: 1,172 in 1907 

LAJUNTA, c. h., Otero Co. R 2,513t 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd. 
and S. bank of Arkansas r., about 63 m. E. 
by S. E. of Pueblo. Extensive railroad 
shops. Cattle raising and agriculture. 

D E .11 O C R A T ; every evening except 
Sunday; democratic; four pages 14x20: sub- 
scription $4; established 1896; Marion R. Mc- 
Cauley, editor and publisher (12 — 4). 

TRIBUNE ; semi-weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays; republican; Wednesday four, 
Saturday eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1.50; established 1880; S. B. Mason, editor 
and publisher. 

OTERO CO. DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1.50; established 1890; Marion R. McCauley, 
editor and publisher. 

LAKE CITY, c. h., Hinsdale Co. p 

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m. S. S. E. of Gunnison and 200 W. of 
Pueblo. Gold, silver and lead mining. 

PIIONOGRAPH; Saturdays; dem 
ocratic; four pages 18x24 ; subscription 
$2.50; established 1875; John Uglow, editor 
and publisher ( 1—8). 

TIMES ; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 
1891; Wm. C.Blair, editor and publisher. 

L A.M AR, c. h., Prowers Go. 0,4,500 pop., 
on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd. and 
S. bank of Arkansas r., 60 m. E. of La 
Junta and 116 from Pueblo. Agriculture. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEK IjY, Fridays; republican; dally 
four, weekly twelve pages 16x22 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily $4, weekly $1.50; established- 
daily 1907, weekly 1887; C. Frost Liggett, ed- 
itor and publisher (1—8). 

REGISTElt; Wednesdays; republican; 
ten pages 13x20 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1886; George B. Merrill, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SPARKS; Thursdays; democratic; six 
pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; established 
1886: JoeT. Lawless, editor and publisher. 

liA PLATA, La Plata Co. JJ 30 pop., 
15 m. N. W. of Duraugo, the county seat. 
Mining and agriculture. 

MINER; Thursdays; republican and 
mining; four pages 15x22; subscription $2; 
established 1894; C. O. Clark, editor and pub- 
lisher (A A). 

LAS ANIMAS, c. h.. Bent Co. O, l,l»2t 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd. 
and S. bank of Arkansas r., 29 m. E. of La 
Junta and 80 from Pueblo. Cantaloupes 
and sugar beets. Cattle and sheep raising. 

BENT CO. DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.50; established 1884; Geo. B. Wick, editor 
and publisher (7—5). 

LEADER; Fridays; four pages 17x24; 
subscription $2; established 1873; John A. 
Murphy, editor and publisher. 

IjAVETA, Huerfano Co. p 550 pop.— 

of township l,048t— on Denver & Rio Grande 
Rd., 14 m. S. W. of Walsenburg, the county 
seat, and 60 S. by S. W. of Pueblo. Summer re- 
sort. Agriculture, coal mining and stock 
raising. 

ADVERTISER; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1895; C. E. Turner, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—S). 

LEADVILLE,c.h., Lake Co. n 12,455t 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, 
Denver & Rio Grande and Union Paclfio 
Rds., about 80 m. S. W. of Denver, the State 
capital. Leading city and trade center of 
gold, lead and silver mining district. 
ilERALD-DEMOCRAT; everymorn 
ing except Monday, EVENING CHRON- 
ICLE, every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKliY, Mondays; republican; morn- 
ing and weekly eight, evening four pages 
18x22; subscription— moi'ning $9, evening $6, 
weekly or Sunday $2; established 1879; 
Leadvllle Publishing and Printing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers (2—4). 
Copies printed: 

Morning, 4,470 in 1904 
4,674 in 1907 
The evening edition had credit ^ for 
an average issue of 1,837 ^^ 1904, since 
which it h?s not furnished any definite 



and satisfactory report, but was credit- 
ed with more than 1,000 every year 
since, up to and including 1907. 

Weekly, no detailed, satisfactory re- 
port was ever obtained, but was be- 
lieved to issue more than 1,000 in 1906 
and 1907. 

Publisher's announcement .—Study the map 
of Central Colorado. Leadville is the cen- 
tral point for a large mining and agricul- 
tural region. The Morning Herald-Demo- 
crat and Evening Chronicle are the only 
daily papers between Pueblo and Grand 
Junction, a distance of 35i) miles. If you 
want to reach the people uf this important 
territory, write our agents, The S. C. Beck- 
vvith Special Agency, Tribune Building, 
Chicago— Tribune Building, New York. 

LITTLETON, Arapahoe Co. a 738t 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande and 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rds., 11 m. 
S. of Denver, the county seat and Stats 
capital. Agriculture. 

ARAPAHOE HERALD; Saturdays; 
eight pages 15i^x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished September, 1902; Frank L. Finch, 
editor and publisher. 

ARAPAHOE REPUBLICAN; Satur- 
days (A A). 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; Independ- 
ent democratic; eight pages 17x24; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1888; Henry Kraft, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

LONGMONT, Boulder Co. [^ 2,201t 
pop.— of township 3,430+— on Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy and Colorado & Southern 
Rds., 32 m. N. by N. W. of Denver, the 
State capital. Agriculture. 

EVENING CALL; daily, and WEEK- 
LY, Saturdays; republican; daily four pages 
17x24, weekly eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion—daily 84, weekly $1.50; established- 
daily 1906. weekly 1898; Geo. W. Johnson, 
editor and publisher (1—3). 

TIMES; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; independent; 
daily four, weekly eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription — daily $4, weeklj^ $1.50; established 
—daily 1893, weekly 1888; Elmer F. Beckwith, 
Sr., editor; Elmer F. Beckwith, Jr., publisher. 

LEDGER; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1879; C. W. Boynton, editor and manager; 
Ledger Publishing Co.. publishers. 

LOUISVILLE, Boulder Co. t 2,500 
pop.— of township 3,500— on Colorado & 
Southern Rd., 10 m. S. E. of Boulder. Coal 
mining and agriculture. 

BLACK DIAMOND AVORLD; 

Saturdays; republican; eight pages 13x26; 
subscription $1.50; established October, 1901; 
A. S. Rudd, editor and publisher (1—8). 

LOVELAND, Larimer Co. ^ 5,000 
pop., on Denver & Great Western and Colo- 
rado & Southern Rds., 59 m. N. of Denver, 
the State capital. Agriculture, mining and 
stock raising. Canning factories. 

REGISTER; daily, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdavs; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1.50; established 1894; J. Gordon Smith, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 189S 
and 1906 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 



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HERALD; semi- weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays (A A). 

REPORTER; Thursdays; reoublican; 
eight pages 15x:i2; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1880; Frank McMeekin, editor and 
publisher (1—3). 

Copies printed: 1,175 in 1907 

LYONS, Boulder Co. ^1 547t Pop., on 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd.. 33 m. N. 
of Boulder, the county seat. Red sand- 
stone. 

RECORDER; Thursdays: four pages 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1900; 
O. H. Knight, editor and publisher (6— 5). 

MA'SCOS, Montezuma Co. P383t pop., 

on Rio Grande Southern Rd., 15 m. E. of 

Cortez, the county seat. Farming. 

TIMES -TRIBUNE; Fridays: demo- 
cratic; four pages 14x21 ; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1892; W. H. Kelley, editor; Kelley 
& Carr, publishers. 

MANITOU, El Paso Co. n l,303t pop., 
on Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe and Man- 
itou & Pike's Peak and Denver & Rio 
Grande Rds., 6 m, N. W. of Colorado 
Springs, the county seat. Summer and 
health resort. 

PIKE'S PEAK DAILY NEWS; 

two editions dally during summer season 
(A A). 

JOURNAL; Fridays ; republican - 
twelve pages 11x17; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1882; E. D. Bowers, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,034 fo^" 
the year 1903, but has not since made 
any claim to issuing so many as 1,000 
copies. 

MANZANOLA, Otero Co. 0,400 pop., 

on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd., 25 m. 

N. W. of Lajunta, the county seat. Live 

stock and farming, cantaloupes and sugar 

beets. 

SUN; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established March, 1901; H. J. 
Woodbury, editor; Frank Hays, Jr., pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

MEEKER, c. h., Bio Blanco Co. ^ 1,000 
pop.— of township 1,200— on Whiter., about 
75 m. N. W. of Glenwood Springs. Coal de- 
posits in vicinity. Stock raising. 

HERALD; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1885: Jas. Lvttle. editor and publisher d—R). 

WHITE RIVER REVIEW; Satur 
days; republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $2; established February, 1901; 
Jam«s L. Riland, editor and publisher. 

MONTEVISTA, Bio Grande Co. g 

556+ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. and 
Rio Grande r., about 18 m. N. W. of Alamosa. 
Steam flour mills, foundry and smelter. 
Mining, stock raising and farming. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1888; Charles S. Conant, editor; Jour- 
nal Publishing Co.. publishers. 

SAN LUIS VALLEY GRAPHIC 
AND MONTE VISTA REPORTER; 
Fridays; republican; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1884; Whittier 
& Tohill, editors and publishers n— 8). 



MONTEZUMA, Summit Co. n l,217t 
pop., about 5 ni. S. E. of Keystone, nearest 
station on Colorado & Southern Rd. 
PROSPECTOR; Saturdays (A A). 

MONTROSE, c. h., Montrose Co. -n 

1,217+ pop.— local estimate 3,800— on Denver 
& Rio Grande Rd., about6m. S. of Grand 
Junction. Fruit growing, farming and 
stock raising. 

ENTERPRISE; semi weekly, Tues- 
days and Fridays; democratic; six pages 
16x22; subscription $2; established 1887; The 
Enterprise Printing Co., editors and publish- 
ers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,073 ^n 1896 
and 1,289 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 1,000 in 1907. 

PRESS; Thursdavs; republican; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50: established 
IS80; Heckethorn & Murphy, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

WESTERN EMPIRE; Saturdays: re- 
publican: eiylit pages ](ix22; suliscflption 
$1.50; established Januarv, I9u5: John J. 
McCarthy, editor: Empire Printing Com- 
pany, publishers (1—8). 

MONUMENT, El Paso Co. D 156t 
pop. — of township 352+— on Atchison, Tope- 
ka & Santa Fe and Denver & Rio Grande 
Rds., 20 m. N. of Colorado Springs, the 
county seat. Potato and grain raising. 
MESSENGER; Saturdays; four pages 

13x20; subscription $1.50; established 1890; 

C. D. Ford, editor; W. T. Lambert, publisher. 

MOSCA, Costilla Co. p 293t pop. (of 

township), on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 

aoout 12 m. N. of Alamosa. Agriculture. 

HERALD; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50: established 
1892; F. C. Hitchcock, editor; Chas. H. Reed, 
publisher. 

NEWCASTLE, Garnehi Co. ^ 431t 

pop., on Denver & Rio Grande and Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Rds., 12 m. W. of Glen- 
wood Springs, the county seat. Coal, fruit 
and live stock. 

GARFIELD CO. DEMOCRAT; 

Thursdays; democratic; four pages 15x22: 
subscription $1.50; established January, 1901 ; 
Democrat Printing Company, editors and 
publishers. 

NEW WINDSOR, Weld Co. cf 1,000 

pop., on Colorado & Southern Rd., 80 m. N. 

of Denver. Beet sugar factory. 

OPTIMIST; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished December, 1904; C. A. Brakeman. edi- 
tor; Windsor Publishing Company, publish- 
ers (12—4). 

POUDRE VALLEY; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; twelve to sixteen pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1; established 1895; Roy Ray, edi- 
tor and publisher (7— 5). 

NORWOOD, San Miguel Co. P 53t 
pop., about 15 m. W. of Browns, nearest 
station on Rio Grande Southern Rd. 
RECORD; Thursdays (A A). 

OLATHE, Montrose Co. -n 497t pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., about 10 m. 
N. of Montrose, the county seat. 

WESTERN SLOPE CRITERION; 

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ORDWAY, Otero Co. P, 1,000 pop., oii 
Missouri Pacific Rd., 18 m. N. W. of La 
Junta, the county seat, and 50. E. of Pueb- 
lo. Farming and stock raising. 

NEW ERA; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established April, 1902; 
J. F. Johnson, editor and publisher ( 1— 8 ). 

OURAY,c. h., Ouray Co. p 2, 196t pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. and Uncom- 
pahgre r., about 30 m. S. by S. E. of Mont- 
rose. Gold and silver mining. 
HERALD; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 1889; 
Ernest C. Bacon, editor and publisher (1—7). 
Copies printed: For the year 1899 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

PLiAINDEAI.ER; Fridays; eight pages 
20x26; subscription $3; established 1884; F. 
J. Hulaniski, editor and publisher (1—8). 

PAGOSA SPRINGS, c. h., Archu. 

leta Co. p 367+ pop., on Rio Grande, Pagosa 
& Northern Rd., 6U m. E. of Durango and 
25. N. of Lumberton, N. Mex., connected by 
daily stage line. Hot mineral springs and 
health resort. 

NEW ERA; Fridays; repubRcan; eight 
pages 16x22; subscription $2; established 
Ft-brviary, 1903; Chas. A. Day, editor; New 
Era Publlahing Company, publishers (1—8). 

TIMES-OBSJERVER; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 17x24; subscription $2; es- 
tablished August, 1903; Fred G. Rockfellow, 
editor and publisher (1—7). 

PALISADE, Mesa Co. -a 800 pop., on 

Colorado Midland and Denver & Rio Grande 

Rds., 12^ m. N. E. of Grand Junction, the 

county seat. Fruit raising. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays ; republican; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1.50: estab- 
lished June. 1903; Clinton H. Martin, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

PALMER LAKE, El Paso Co. n 
166+ pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 
and Denver & Rio Grande Rds., 50 m. S. of 
Denver, the State capital. Agriculture. 

YEjSTERDAY AND TO-DAY; Fri 

days; four pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1898; Kate B. Sherwiu, editor; 
Frank R. Sherwin, Jr., publisher (11—4 P). 

PAONIA, Delta Co -n 21.^t pop.— 
local estimate 1,500 — on Denver & Rio 
Grande Rd., 86 m. S, E. of Grand Junction. 
Fr:iit growing, cattle raising and agri- 
culture. 

BOOSTER; Fridays; six pages 17x22; 
subscription $2; established June, 1904; Clin- 
ton Oliver, editor and publi.sher (1 — S). 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $2; established November r, 19C0; 
C. A. Frederick, editor and publisher (7—3) 
(A A). 

NEWSPAPER; Fridavs (A A). 

COLORADO FRUIT (GROWER; 
monthly; horticulture; twenty pages 9x12; 
subscription $1; established November, 1905; 
Clinton Oliver, editor and publisher (1—8). 

PARADISE, Bvtte Co. 

GO L. DEN WEST; Fridays; independ- 



ent; eight pages 10x15; subscription $1.50; 
established November, 1904; H. A. Shearer, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

PITKIN, Gunnison Co. -D 203t pop.— 
of township 266+— on Colorado & South- 
ern Rd., 27 m. E. by N. E. of Gunnison, the 
county seat. Gold and silver mining. Stamp 
and silver mills. 

MINER; Fridays ; democratic ; four pages 
16x22; subscription $2; established 1890; J. 
A. Wiseman, editor and publisher (7—5). 

PLATTEVILLE, Weld Co. ^ 263t 

pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 35 m. N. of 

Denver. 

NEWS; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 1903 ; 
M. B. Royer, editor and publisher (11— 5). 

PUEBLO, c. h./ Pueblo Co. g 69,000 
pop. — local estimate— on Atchison, Topeka 
& Santa Fe, Union Pacific, Denver & Rio 
Grande, Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific 
and Missouri Pacific Rds. and Arkansas r., 
120 m. S. by S. E. of Denver, the State cap- 
ital. Iron and Bessemer steel works, three 
smelters, one of which is the largest in the 
world. Iron ore in abundance. Supply 
point and commercial center for agricult- 
ural, stock-raising and mining country. 
DAILY. 

CHIEFTAIN ; every morning, and 
COLORADO CHIEFTAIN, Thursdays; 

republican; daily twelve to sixteen, Sunday 
twenty-four to thirty-two pages 16x22; sub- 
scription-daily $6, Sunday $2, dailj' and 
Sunday $7.30; weekly $1; established 186«; I. 
N. Stevens, editor; Chieftain Publishing Co., 
publishers (.3 — 4). 

Copies printed: Daily edition 14,897 
in 1893 and 15,545 in 1894. In the 
absence of any report was credited 
with issuing more than 12,500 in 1907. 
For the year 1898 the weekly edition of 
this paper seemed to assert that it hafl 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

STAR-JOURNAL; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Sunday morning; daily 
twelve, Sunday twenty-four pages 18x24; 
subscription .§6; established— .Star 1881, Jowr- 
nal 1900; consolidated 1901; F. S. Hoog, man- 
ager; The Star-Journal Publishing Company, 
publishers (3—8). See advertisement on 
foUowius paire. 

Copies printed: Daily and Sunday, 15,354 
in 1Q07. 

SUN; every evening except Sunday; in 
dependent: four pages 17x22; subscription 
$2.50: established September, ]906: J. C. 
Ralston, editor; Pueblo Sun Publishing Co., 
publishers (1—8). 

WEEKLY. 

COLORADO TI3IES; Fridays: inde- 
pendent; negro; six pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; established 1904; H. Franklin 
Bray, editor; M. B.Brooks, publisher (11— 5). 

IL VINDICE; Saturdays; Italian; four 
pages 18x24: subscription $1.50; established 
1896; Michele Jachetta, editor; II Vindice 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper in 1903 
indicated a desire to have credit for 



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issuing more than 1,000 copies regu- 
larly, but such definite information as 
would warrant such a rating was not 
forthcoming. 

INDICATOK; Saturdays; republican: 
eight pages 21x26: subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1890; P. Byrnes, editor and publisher 
(1— 5)._ 

Copies printed: This paper has 
never furnished a definite and satis- 
factory report, but had credit for is- 
suing more than 1,000 copies in 1903* 
1906 and 1907. 

L' UN I ONE; Fridays; Italian; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1897; Hector Chiariglione, editor and pub- 
lisher (3—3). 

Copies printed: This paper 
dit for an average issue of 
1900, since which time it has 
nished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies for the year 
1907. 

POST; Fridays; independent; f our pa^es 
20x26; subscription $1; established 1894; S. D. 
Brosius, editor; Broslus Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. 

RELIGIOUS WORLD; Saturdays 
(▲A). 
 SLOVENSKl NAROD; Saturdays; 
Slovenian labor; six pages 15x22: subscfip 
tion$1.50: established 1905; R. F. Gregorlch, 
editor; Gregorich & Predovich, publishers 
(1-8). 

SUNDAY OPINION; Saturdays: repub- 
lican; four pages 18x24; subscription $1: 
established 1882; J. W. Lockin, editor and 
publisher (8— 3). 



had cre- 
2,413 in 
not fur- 



REDCLiIFF, C. h.. Eagle Co. D 350 

pop.— of township 600— on Denver & Rio 

Grande Rd., 24 m. N. by N. W. of Leadville. 

Mining. 

EAGLE CO. BLADE; Thursdays; re 
publican; eight pages 17i4x24; subscription 
$3; esrablished 1894; John D.Nims, editorand 
publisher U— 8). 

EAGIvE CO. TIMES; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages 18x34: subscription $3,60: 
established 1886; Wm. McCabe, editor and 
publisher. 

RICO, c. h., Dolores Co. jU Sllf pop., 
on Rio Grande Southern Rd. and Dolores r. 
Mines of gold, silver, copper, iron and coal. 
ITEM; Fridays (A A). 
NEWS; Saturdays; democratic; four 



pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 
1879; News Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers (3—6). 

RIDG WA Y, Ouray Co. p 245t pop.— 

of township 489 — Northern terminal of Rio 

Grande Southern Rd., 10 m. N. of Ouray ,^ 

the county seat. Gold and silver mining. 

Agriculture. 

REPORTER; Fridays ; republican ; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1892; Walter Elder, editor and pub- 
lisher (11— 5) (A A). 

RIFIiE, Garfield Co. tl 2T3t pop.— of 
township 670+ — on Atchison, Topeka & 
Santa Fe and Denver & Rio Grande Rds.,. 
27 m. W. of Glenwood Springs, the county 
seat. 

REVEILLE; Fridays; independent ; 

eight pages 16x20; subscription $2 : estab- 
lished 1890; Todd & Swartz, editors and pub- 
lishers (7—5). 

ROCKY FORD, Otero Co. R 2,oi8t 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd. 
and S. bank of Arkansas r., about 10 m. 
N. W. of La junta, the county seat. Agri- 
culture. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 15x32; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1887; Will R. Monkman, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

GAZETTE; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; .subscription $1.50; established 
1892; John Frazler, editor and publisher 
(1—8). 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1897: W. J. Seller, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

SAGUACHE, c. h., Saguache Co. 9 

350+ pop., on Saguache r., about 32 m. N. by 

N. E. of Del Norte. Agriculture and mining. 

C R ESC E \ T ; Thursdays : republican ; 
eight pafres 6x22: subscription S2; estab- 
lished 1882; John W. Cook, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SALIDA, Cha:ffee Co. n 3,722t pop.- 

local estimate 6,500 — on Denver & Rio 

Grande Rd., 30 m. S. by S. E. of Buena 

Vista, the county seat. Near productive 

iron, copper, silver and gold mines. 

CHRONICLE; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; estab- 



More News for Less Money 

Pueblo Star^Journal 



IS WHAT HAS 
PLACED THE 



AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITION IN SOUTHERN COLORADO 

Complete Associated Press Reports. Full Hearst Leased Wire News Service. Pub- 
lished Every Day in the Year for 50c. a Month. 

SMITH & THOMPSON, Advertising Represetitatives 
New York and Chicago. 

The Star-Journal Publishing Company, Pueblo, Colo. 



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COLORADO. 



lished 1904; Hulaniski& Dixon, editors and 
publishers (,9—4) (A A). 

MAIL; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2.50 ; established 1880; E.A.New- 
ton, editor and publisher (8-6). 

RECORD; Fridays; republican; six 
pages 18x24; subscription 81.50 ; established 
1881; O. E. Meacham and H. J. Foulk editors 
and publishers ( 1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,553 i" 
1905, since which it has not furnished 
any definite and satisfactory repc^. 
but was credited with more than 1,000 
in 1907 

TIiTlESi Thursdays CA A). 

SEIBERT, Carson Co. a- on Chicago, 
Rock Island & Pacific Rd., about 34 m. W. 
of Burlington, the county seat. 
SETTIiER; Saturdays (A A). 

SHERIDAN LAKE, c. h., Kioua 

Co. p on Missouri Pacific Rd., about 125 

m. E. of Pueblo. 

COLORADO F A R :>I AND 
RANCH; Fridays (A A). 

SILVERCIilFF, c. 11., Cutter Co. p 

576+ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 

25 m.. S. by S. E. of Canon City. Mining, 

stock raising and agriculture. 

RUSTLiER; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Doyle & Wolf, editors and pub 
Ushers. 

SILVERPL.UME. Clear Creek Co. o 
77 + pop., on Colorado & Southern Rd., 

i 2}i m. W. of Georgetown, the county seat. 

Rich silver-mining country. 

SILVER ^STANDARD; Saturdays; 
Independent; eight pages 13x20; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 18S5; A. B. Clark, editor 
and publisher (7 — 5). 

SILVERTON, c. h.,San Juan Co. P 
1,380+ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande and Sil 
verton Rds., about 40 m. N. of Durango. 
Gold and silver mining. 

MINER; Fridays; republican; four pages 
18x24; subscription $2; established 1875; Clar 
ence O. Fiueh, editor and publisher. 

STANDARD; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1889; Lee & Joyce, editors and pub 
lishers (2-6 P). 

SPRINGFIELD, c. h.,£aca Co. Q 44t 

pop. — of township 198+— about 48 m. S. of 

Lamar. Stock raising and agriculture. 

HERALD; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.25; established 
1887; S. E. Speckmann, editor and publisher 

(7-5). 

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Boutt 

Co. \2 100+ pop. ( of township ), on Yampah r., 
120 m. N. W. of Georgetown and 70 N. of 
Wolcott. Its hot and cold sulphur springs 
make it a summer resort. 

PILOT; Wednesdays; democratic; four 
pag«8 15x22; subscription $2; established 1886; 
Chas. H. Leckenby, publisher. 

ROUTT CO. SENTINEL; Fridays; 
republican; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1.50; established 1900; John Weiskopf, edi- 
tor and publisher. 



COLORADO. 



STERLING, c. h., Logan Co. nf 3,20» 
pop., on Union Pacific and Chicago, Burling- 
ton & Quincy Rds. and South Platte r., 
about 140 m. N. E. of Denver. Farming and 
stock raising. 

DEMOCRAT; 'Jhursdays; democratic; 

eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1895; J.A.Campbell, editor and pub- 
lisher (1-8). 
LO<JAN CO. ADVOCATE; Thursdays; 

republican; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1.5(1: established 1885; D.C.Fleming, editor 
and publisher. 

SUGAR CITY, Otero Co. R 687t pop.. 

on Missouri Pacific Rd., 20 m. N. W. of La 
Junta, the county seat. Raising of sugar 
beets. One large sugar-beet factory. 

SACCHARINE Ci A Z E T T E ; Fri 

days; democratic; four pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1900; H. E. & Sher- 
man Farr, editors and publishers (1—8). 

SULPHUR SPRINGS, c. h., 

Orand Co. i 60+ pop.— of township 199+— 
on Denver, Northwestern & Pacific Rd. 
and Grand r., 100 m. N. W. of Denver, 
Summer and health resort. Agriculture, 
stock raising and mining. 

GRAND CO. ADVOCATE; Satur 
days; republican; fright pages; established 
January. 1904; V. S. Wilson, editor; L. E. 
& V. S. Wilson, publishers ( 1—8). 

MIDDLE FARR TI II ES; Fridays; 
six pages 15x22; stibscription $2.5<); eslab- 
lished 1882; Morton Alexander, editor and 
publisher. 

TELLURIDE, c. h., San Miguel Co p 
2,446+ pop., on Rio Grande Southern Rd., at 
head of San Miguel r., 45 m. S. of Ridgway. 
Gold and silver mining. Cattle raising and 
agriculture. 

JOURNAL; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; inde- 
pendent; daily four, weekly eight pages 
15x22; subscription— daily $6, weekly $8; es- 
tablished-daily 1894, weekly 1881 ; F. E. Curry, 
editor; Journal Publishing Co., publishers 
( 1-7). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
the weekly edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a rat- 
ing to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

SAN MIGUEL EXAMINER; Satur- 
days; republican; eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription S2; established 1880; John M. 
Wardlaw, editor and publisher (1—8). 

TRINIDAD, c. h., Lat Animas Co. O, 
5,845+ pop.— local estimate, 12,000-on Den 
ver & Rio Grande, Union Pacific, Colorado 
& Wyoming, Colorado & Southern and At- 
chison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rds. and Las 
Animas r., 210 m. S. of Denver, the State 
capital. Coal mines and coke. Grazing 
and farming. 

ADVERTISER; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY MONITOR, 
Fridays; daily six to eight, weekly eight 
pages 15x22; subscription— daily $6, weekly 
$1.50; established— daily 1880, weekly 1892; 
Trinidad Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers (1—7) 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 



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COLORADO. 



and 1906 the daily and weekly editions 
of this paper seemed to assert that it 
had an average issue exceeding 1,000 
copies, but failed to furnish such defi- 
nite information as_ would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. 

CHRO\ICliE-NEW!*; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLiY, Thurs- 
days ; republican ; eight pages 15x22 ; subscrip- 
tlou— daily $'0, weekly SI ; established— CTiron- 
icle 1890, News 1887, The Chronicle-News Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: daily 1,757 in 1907 

COKKlbKEDEL. TKINIDAD; Sat 
urdays (A A). 

EL. AN UNCI A DOR; Saturdays; Span- 
ish; four pages 1«)X23; subscription $2; estab- 
lished September, 19U4; P. J. Martinez, editor 
and publisher (2—5 P). 

EL. PKOGREsJO; Saturdays; Spanish; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1898; J.E.Fernandez, editor and pub- 
lisher (2—8) 

SOUTHERN MINER; Fridays; inde- 
pendent; eight to twelve pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1; established July, 1901; Robin- 
son-Wright Printing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ax:- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

TURRET, Chaffee Co. n 113t pop. (of 
township), 16 m. S. E. of Buenavista. Farm- 
ing and stock raising. 

GOIiD BELT; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages 15x22; subscription SI. 50; es- 
tablished 1899; A. H. Robinson, editor and 
publisher. 

TWIN LAKES, Lake Co. u 118 pop., 
12 m. S. of Leadville, tlie county seat. Alin- 
ing. 
WINER; Saturdays; mining; four to six 

pages 15x22; subscription $2 established 

December, 1902; E. J. Hoefnagels, editor and 

publisher. 

VICTOR, Teller Co. u 4,986t pop., 
on Florence & Cripple Creek and Midland 
Terminal Rds., 60 m. S. W. of Colorado 
Springs, the county seat. Mining. 

RECORD; every morning except Mon- 
day,and WEEK LV, Thursdays; fourpages 
18x24; subscription— daily $fi, weekly $1; 
•stablished 1895; Geo. E. Kyner and A. I. 
Miller, editors and publishers. 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue of r,o6o for the year 1897, but 
has not since established a claim to 
issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

IVALDEN, Larimer Co. ti Ulf pop. 

85 m. W. of Fort Collins, the couaty seat. 

Gold mining. 

NEW ERA; Thursdays (A A). 
NORTH PARK UNION ; Fridays; in- 



COLORADO. 



dependent; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 1896; Eugene Alvin Ander- 
son, editor and publifcher. 

WALSENBURG, c. h.. Huerfano 

Co. 9 l,0.33t pop., on Denver & Rio Grande 
Rd., about 180 m. S. of Denver, the State 
capital. Coal mining, stock raising and 
agriculture. 

WORLD; semi- weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; republican; four pages 1.5x22; sub 
scription $1.50; established 1889; W. C. Hunt, 
editor and publisher. 

WELDONA, Morgan Co. ^ on Union. 
Paclflo Rd., about 100 m. N. E. of Denver, 
the State capital. 
AVELDON VALLEY NEAVS; Fridays 

(AA). 

WELLINGTON, Larimer Co. 6 on 
Colorado & Southern Rd., about 10 m. N.by 
E. of Fort Collins, the county seat. 
WELLINGTON; Saturdays (A A). 

WESTCLIFFE, Custer Co. g 256t 
pop.— of township 326t— on Denver & Rio 
Grande Rd.. 30 m. S. by S. W. of Canon City. 
Stock raising and mining. 

WET MOUNTAIN TRIBUNE; Sat 

urdays; republican; eight pages 9x13; sub- 
scription $2; established 1880; A. H. Lacy, 
editor and publisher. 

WHITEHORN, Fremont Co. D 1,000 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 14 m. 
N. E. of Salida. Mining. 
NEWS; Fridays; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1897; O.R. Meacham, 
editor and publisher (7— 5 ). 

WRAY, c. h., Yuma Co. cf 2Tlt pop.— 

of township 757t— on Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rd., about 27 m. E. of Yuma. Farm- 
ing and stock raising. 

GAZETTE; Fiidays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished March, 1903; Frank T. Hawks, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

RATTLER; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1886; C. L. Will, editor and publisher (1—8). 

YAMPA, Lioutt Co. b ^00 pop., on 

Denver, Northwestern & Pacific Rd., 173 m. 

W. of Denver. Coal mining, lumbering, 

stock raising and agriculture. 

LEADER; Saturdays; republican; eight 
pages 15Vax22; subscription $2; established 
May, 1903;~H. C. Wood, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

YUMA, Yuma Co. c^ 139t pop.— of 
township 419+ — on Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rd., about 27 m. E. of Akron and 138 
N. E. of Denver. Agriculture and stock 
raising. 

PIONEER; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1885; J. B. Campbell, editor and publisher 
(9-5). 



CONNECTICUT. 

Population 908,355 f. Land Area 4,845 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by Massachusetts, east by Rhole Island, south by Long 
Island Sound, and west by New York. State capital : Hartford. Principal 
products and industries : Manufacture of clocks, firearms, small hardware, 
cotton, woolen and silk goods. The number of newspapers and other period- 
icals (March 30, 1908), 158, divided as follows: Daily, 35; semi-weekly, 10; 
weekly, 86; bi-weekly. 2; monthly, 20; bi-monthly, 1; quarterly, 4. 

The cities of over 10,000 population, according to the United States census of 
1900 (t), are as follows : 



New Haven 108,02rt 

Hartford TM,S.>Ot 

Bridgeport 7 0.996t 

VVaterburj- 4.»,8.39t 

New Britain '^.>,99St 

Merideu %i4,296t 



New Lioudou 17,54St 

Norwich 17,'i51t 

Danbury ie,537t 

Stamford ,. 15,997 + 

Ansonia 12,681 + 

Naugatuck 10,541 + 



ANSONIA, New Haven Co. p 14,0oO 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rd. and Naugatuck r., 10 ni. \V. of New 
Haven, the county seat, and 16 N. of 
Bridgeport. Manufacture of clocks and 
brass, copper and w^oolen goods. 

EVENING SENTINEL,; every evening 
except Sunday: eight to sixteen pages 15x22; 
subscription $5; established 1884; Emerson 
Publishing Company, Inc., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 4,678 in 1900 

4,399 in 1901 
4,665 in igo2 
4.925 in 1903 
4,965 in 1904 
5,022 in 1905 
5,143 in 1906 
5,273 in 1907 

BRANFORD,-^^eM7 Haven Co. g 2,473+ 
pop. — of township 5,706t — on New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Rd., 8 m. E. by S. E. 
of New Haven, the county seat. Manufact- 
uring. 

OPINION; Saturdays; eight pages 1.5x22; 
subscription $1; established 1890; Ellas P. 
Bates, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an issue of 1,600 for the year 1898, but has 
riot since made claim to issuing so many as 
1,000 copies. 

BRIDGEPORT, c.h. ,i?'air/feZd Co.p 
70,996+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd. and Long Island Sound, 56 
m. N. E. of New York City. Manufactures 
of sewing machines, carriages, furniture, 
firearms and corsets. Coast trade. 

DAILY. 

EVENING FARMER; every evening 
except Stuiday. and REPUBLICAN 
FARMER, Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages— daily 17x24, weekly 19x24; subscrlp 
tion— daily $3, weekly $1; established— daUy 
1855, weekly 1790; F. Tucker, editor; The 
Farmer Publishing Co., publishers (12 — 6). 

Copies printed: daily, 7,822 in 1905 

8,742 in 1906 

8,365 in 1907 

The weekly edition had credit for an 

issue of 4,000 for the year 1894, but 

has not since made any definite and 



to issuing so many 



satisfactory claim 
as 1,000 copies. 

POST; every evening except Sunday ; in- 
dependent; twelve to twenty pages 18x24; 
subscription S3; establislied 1883; F. W. bo- 
lande, managing editor; The Post Publish- 
ing Company, publishers (1 — 8). 
Copies printed: 11,273 in 1900 
' 10,615 in 1904 

11,025 in 1905 
11,268 in 1906 
11,945 in 1907 
Publisher's announceinent. — ine Bridgeport 
EvENi.NG Post, the peoples paper, is the 
only evening paper thai permitted the ex- 
pert examinerof the Afcsoelation of Anit-ri- 
can Advertisers of New York City (who 
was in BridKeport during the week of 
March 9, 190^) to make a thorough exami- 
nation of its circulation books. The report 
of the examiner substantiates the pub- 
lisher's claims. 

M O R N I N G T E L. E G R A I»I ; every 
morning except Sunday; independent; ten 
pages 17x23; subscription S3; established 
1891; George W. Hills, editor and publisher 
(2-8). 

4,877 



Copies printed: 



in 



7-EEO' 




1900 
9,206 in 1904 
10,171 in 1905 
10,212 in 1906 
11,165 i" 1907 
C;^^The absolute correctness 
of the latest circulation rating 
accorded the Telegram is 
guaranteed by the publishers 
of Rowell's American News- 
paper Directory, who will pay 
one hundred dollars to the first person who 
successfully controverts its accuracy. 

Publisher's announcement. — The Bridgeport 
Telegram is the only morning paper pub- 
lished in Bridgeport or Fairfield County. 
We guarantee that the Telegram has the 
largest circulation of any daily paper pub- 
lished in Fairfield County. It thoroughly 
circulates on all the li. F. D. routes and all 
of the suburban towns by local agents. The 
Telegram is purely a family paper de- 
livered by carrier and mail. We will give 
every facility to any advertiser or board 
of examiners access to our circulation 
books, or In fact any way they may choose 
to arrive at the facts. If we cannot get 
business by giving a square deal we will 
close up shop. Send for a sample copy and 
rates. A flat rate to all; IJ^c. a line. Want 
advertisements, 1 cent a word. 
fSTANDARD : every eveniiig except 
Sunday, and REPUBL.IOAN STAND- 
ARD, Fridays; republican; ten pages 
18x24: subscription — daily S.3, weekly $1; 
established— daily 1852, weekly 1830; George 



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CONNECTICUT. 



C.Waldo, editor; Fred'k H. Stevens, publisher 

(1-7). 

Copies printed: daily, 6,209 in 1904 

6,145 in 190S 

6,006 in 1906 

6,200 in 1907 

The weekly edition had credit for issuing 

more than 2,250 in the year 1896, but has not 

since set up any claim for issuing so many as 

1,000 copies. 

WEEKLY. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays ; eight to 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
189;; John J. O'Neill, editor; Advocate Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (Ti— 4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 2,200 in 1898, since which 
time it has not furnished a definite and 
satisfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for the years 
1906 and 1907. 

HERALiD; Sundays; independent; 
twenty pages 18x24; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1890; Richard Howell, editor; F. R. 
Swift, publisher (12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 14,000 in 1891, since 
which time it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credited 
with printing more than 4,000 copies for the 
year 1899 and more than 2,250 in 1907. 

S A L.E ; Saturdays ( ▲ A). 

STAR! Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 17x22; subscription $1; established 
1868; Wm. H. Maj'. editor and publisher. 

TRIBUNA DEL. CONNECTICUT; 
Saturdays; Italian; four pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $1; established March. 1906; P. Al- 
tieri, editor and publisher (4—6 P). 

MONTHLY. 

BRASS WORLD AND PLATERS' 
GUIDE; monthly; metals; forty pages 6%x 
1054; subscription SI; established January, 
l'.H)5; Erwin S. Sperrj'. editor: Brass World 
Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

NEW ENGLAND WOO DM EN ; 
monthly (A A). 

BRISTOL, Hartford Co. ^ 6,268t 

pop.— of township 9,643— on Highland Div- 
ision of New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rd.. 17 m. W. of Hartford, the county seat 
and State capital. Manufactures of clocks, 
hardware, brass and knit goods. 

PRESS; Thursdays ; independent; eight 
to sixteen pages 17x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1871; A. S. Barnes, managing 
editor; Bristol Press Publishing Company, 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,613 in 1902 

1,701 in 1903 

1,716 in 1904 

1,789 in 1905 

1 ,907 in igo6 

2,024 in 1907 

CANAAN, Litchjteld Co. b 1,100 pop., 
at junction of New York, New Haven & 
Hartford and Central New England Rds., 
56 m. N. W. of Hartford, the State capital, 
and 73 N. of Bridgeport. Bl ast f urn aces and 
lime kilns, knitting mills and dairying 
section. 

CONNECTICUT WESTERN 
NEWS; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $2; established 1871 ; 
Henry M. Doty, editor; Canaan Printing Co., 
publishers (1—8). Publishes an edition for 
Sharon. 

Copies printed: For the year 1907 



this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

CHESHIRE, N'ezv Haven Co. g 1,989 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
and New York & New England RdB., 16 m. 
N. of New Haven, the county seat. Manu- 
factures of buttons, brass and edge tools. 
TIMES; Thursdays. (See Neivs, South- 

ington. Conn. ) 

Gill's TON, Middlesex Co. g l,429t 

pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Rd. and Long Island Sound, 23 m. E. of New 

Haven. Paper mill. 

RECORDER; Fridays; eight pages 
16x22; subscription $1 ; established 1895; Allen 
W. Jones, editor; C. H. Scholey, publisher. 

D ANBURY, c. h., Fairfield Co. p 

16,537+ pop.— of township 19,474+— on New 
York. New Haven & Hartford and New 
England Rds., about 30 m.N. N. W. of New 
Haven and 62 N. N. E. of New York City. 
Manufactures hats. 

EVENING NEWS ; every evenmg ex- 
cept Sunday and Wednesday, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays; independent; ten to 
twelve pages 17x24; subscription— daily $4, 
weekly $1; established— daily 1883, weekly 
1870; Flint & Smith, editors and publish- 
ers (1 — 7). 

Copies printed, daily: 



4,835 


in 


1904 


5.055 


in 


1905 


5.215 


m 


1906 


5 1509 


in 


1907 


4.3«7 


m 


1904 


4.667 


in 


1905 


4.930 


in 


19-16 


5.416 


in 


1907 



Weekly edition: 



N E VV E N G li A N O i>I E D I C A L 
MONTHLY; medical; ninety-six pages 
5x8; subscription $1; established 1881; W. 
C. Wile, editor; Danbury Medical Printing 
Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: This periodical had credit 
for an issue of 10,000 in 1891, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited witTi printing more than 2,250 for 
the year 1896 and more than 1,000 in 1907. 

DANIELSON, Windham Co. cT 

2,823+ pop., on New England Rd. and Quin- 
nebaug r., 28 m. N. N.E.of Norwich. Manu- 
factures of cottons, woolens, mill supplies, 
oil engines and whip sockets. 

WINDHAM CO. TRANSCRIPT! 

Thursdays; republican; eight pages 16}^x22^ ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1848; Bur- 
roughs & Hopkins, editors and publish- 
ers (2—8). 

Copies printed: 1,506 in 1898 

1,609 in 1905 

1 ,687 in 1906 

1,792 in 1907 

DARIEN, Fairfield Co. p 3,116t pop., 
on New York. New Haven & Hartford Rd., 
5 m. N. E. of Stamford. Farming. 
REVIEW; Saturdays ; independent ; 

four pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 

1896; Adelaide N. Bass, editor; J. W. Bass. 

publisher. 



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CONNECTICUT. 



D££PRIV£R, MiadU$ex Co. g 1,84» 
pop., on New York, New Haven Sl Hart- 
ford Rd.. 30 m. S. by S. E. of Hartford, the 
State capital, and same distance E. of New 
Haven. Manufacturing. 

NEW ERA ; Fridays; independent ; eight 
pages 22x38; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Ernest L. Prann, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1898 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

EAST HAMPTON, Middlesex Co.^ 
2.223+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd., about 8 m. E. of Middletown. 

CHRISTIAN ENQUIRER; monthly 

(A A). 

EAST HARTFORD, Hartford 

Co. ^ 6,406+ pop., on New England Rd., 2 m, 
E. of Hartford, the county seat and State 
capital. Paper mill, carriage factories and 
other industries. 

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE; Satur 
days; indepeudent; eight pages 15x22; suo- 
scription $1; established 1888; James A. Mar- 
tin, editor and publisher; dated also at Glas- 
tonbury, Manchester and South Windsor. 

Copies printed: For the 3'ear 1903 this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an aver- 
age issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. It has not since made any renewal 
of the claim. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1885; Henry 
B. Hale, editor and publisher; dated also at 
Glastonbury and South Windsor. 

GREENWICH, Fairfield Co. p 2.420t 
pop.— of township 12.172+— on New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Rd. and Long Island 
Sound. Residences of New York City busi- 
ness men. Agriculture. 

GRAPHIC ; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages 15x32 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1881 : Erwiu Edwards, editor and pub 
Usher (7-3). 

Copies printed: This paper has on two 
occasions indicated a desire to have credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies regu- 
larly, but such definite information as 
would warrant such a rating has never been 
forthcoming 

NEWS; Fridays; Independent; twelve 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1888: Frederic W. Lyon, editor and publisher 
(1-8). _ 

Copies printed: 1,110 in 1902 
2.162 in 1907 

GUILFORD, New Haven Co. D 1,512 r 
pop.— of township 2,785+— on New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Rd., 16 m. E.of New 
Haven, the county seat. Farming. 

ECHO; Saturdaj's; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1891; F. E. Norton, 
editor; Frederick A. Finch, publisher (A A). 

SHORE LINE TIMES; Thursdays; in- 
dependent; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.25; established 1877; C. H. Scholey, editor 
and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 



issuing more than 1,000 copies regularly in 
the years 1903 and 1904, but has not since 
set up any satisfactory claim for issuing so 
many. 

HARTFORD, c. h., Hartford Co. ti 
State Capital, 105.(Xh) pop., on New Eng- 
land, New York, New Haven & Hartford and 
New England and Western Rds. and W. 
bank of Connecticut r„ about 35 m. N. N. E. 
of New Haven. Engaged in general manu- 
facture and commerce. Insurance and 
financial center. 

DAILY. 

COURANT; every morning except Sun- 
day, and CONNECTICUT COURANT, 

semi-weekly, Mondays and Thursdays; re- 
publican; twenty to twenty-four pages 17x24 ; 
subscription — daily $8, semi-weekly $1; es- 
tablished—daily 1837, semi-weekly 1764; Hart- 
ford Courant Company, editors and pub- 
lishers (1-8). 

Copies, printed; Xo definite and satis- 
factcrj' statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it was credited 
with an average issue exceeding 12,500 
in 1907. 

To this paper Rowell's American News- 
paper Director}' accords the so-called Gold 
Marks (© 0), the meaning of which is stated 
to be that advertisers value it more for the 
class and quality of its circulation than for 
the mere number of copies printed. 

POST; every evening except Sunday; in- 
dependent; ten to twenty pages 17ix21i; sub- 
scription $3; established 1856; Evening Post 
Association, editors and publishers (1—7). 
Copies printed: 6,769 in 1900 

7.454 in 1901 
7,900 in 19C2 
8,405 in 1903 
12,615 in 1905 
12,554 in IQ06 
12.872 in 1907 
TIIWES; every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI- WEEKLY, Mondays and 
Thursdays; democratic; daily sixteen to 
twenty-four pages 17x23, semi-weekly twelve 
pages; subscription— daily $8, semi-weekly 
$1; established— daily 1841, semi-weekly 1317; 
W. O. Burr, editor and publisher (1—8). 
Copies printed, daily: 15,949 in looo 

15,909 in 1901 
16,172 in 1902 
16,509 in 1903 

17.547 in 1904 
18,045 in 1906 
19,192 in 1907 
Semi-weekly 4,333 in 1907. 

SEMI-WEEKLY. 
TRINITY TRIPOD; semi weekly. 
Tuesdays and Fridays, during college year 

(A A). 

WEEKLY, 

CATHOIilC TRANSCRIPT; Thurs 
days ; roman catholic ; ten pages 1 7x24 ; 
subscription S1.50; established 1876; Rev. T. 
S. Duggau, editor; T. F. Dignam, publisher 

(12-4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 24,249 in 1901, since 
which time it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credited 
with printing more than 12,500 copies for 
the year 1907. 

DER HARTFORDER HEROL.D; 

Saturdays; German; independent; eight 
pages 17x24; subscription $1; established 
1883; Paul Stoeckel and Henry Beck, editors 
and publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 



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CONNECTICUT. 



issuing more than i,ooo copies regularly in 
the years iqoo and 1901, but has not since 
set up any claim for issuing so many. 

FARMINGTON VAL.L,EY HER- 
ALiD; Fridays; four pages 17x22; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1S86; A. S. Barnes, man- 
aging editor; Bristol Press Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers (1—8). Prints edi ions for 
neighboring towns. 

GLOBE; Sundays; independent; twenty 
to forty pages 17x21,'^; subscription $2.5U; 
established 1876: Globe Publishing Company, 
publishers (1—S). 

Copies printed: 8,187 in 1900 

8,451 in igoi 

9,224 in 1902 

0,869 '^^ '903 

10,755 in 1904 

12,952 in 1905 

13,460 in 1906 

13,605 in 1907 

INSURANCE JOURNAL, ;Thursdays; 

insurance; sixteen pai?es 9x11; subscription 
$1.50; established 1873; The Insurance Journal 
Co., editors and publishers. 

JOURNAL; SaturUays and Simdays; 
independent; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion—Saturday .'52. Sunday $2; established- 
Sunday, 1867; Saturday, November, 1901; 
Chas. H. Barnum, editor; Journal Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. 

NEW ENGLAND BULLETIN; Sat 

urdays ; financial and real estate; sixteen 
pages llxl*^: subscription $3; established 
January, 1903; Commercial Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers (3—6). 

EVERY THREE WEEKS. 

TRINITY TABLET; every three 
weeks on Saturdays, during college year 

MONTHLY. 
FRATERNAL NEWS; monthly (aa). 

w^J^AXtA^^^^A^ J^ POULTRY 
JOURNAL; monthly; poultry, pet stock; 
thirty-two pages 9x12; subscription 50 cents; 
established April, 1902; R. E. Colby, man- 
aging editor; N. E. Poultry Journal Publish- 
ing Company, publishers ( 1—7) ( A A). 
Copies printed: io,o83 in 1903 
11,583 in 1906 

QUARTERLY. 

HARTFORD S E 31 I N A R Y 
RECORD; quarterly, January, April, 
July and October; theological; one hundred 
pages 6x10; subscription .«1 ; established 1890; 
A. L. Gillett, editor: Hartford Seminary 
Press, publishers (1—8). 

QUARTERLY OF THE NATION- 
AL t FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIA- 

JEWETT CITY, New London Co. 
D, 2,224t pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd . , about 12 m. N. E. of Norwich. 
Cotton factories. 
PRESS; Thursdays (A A). 

LAKEVILLE, Litchfield Co. ^ 900 
pop., on Philadelphia, Reading & New Eng- 
land Rd. Farming. 

JOURNAL:Saturdays;eightpages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established 1897; B. D. 
Jones, editor; Col. Card, publisher. 

LITCHFIELD, c. h., Litchfield Co. Vj 

1,120+ pop.— of township 3,214+— on Shepaug, 

Litchfield & Northern Rd., 16 m. N. W. of 

Waterbury. Summer resort. Farming. 

ENQUIRER; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages 20x27; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1826: Geo. C. Woodruff, editor and pub- 
lisher. 



CONNECTICUT. 



MANCHESTER, ^aW/ord (70. ^ 
10,601+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd.. 8 m. E. of Hartford, the 
county seat and State capital. Manufac- 
tures of paper, silk and woolens. 

-HERALD; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; independent; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1881; Elwood S. 
Ela, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies regularly in 
the year preceding 1902, but has not since 
set up any definite and satisfactory claim for 
issuing so many. 

MERIDEN, Niw Haven Co. g 24,296t 
pop.— of township 28,695+— on New York, 
New Haven & Hartford and Meriden & 
Waterbury Rds., 18 m. N. by N. E. of New 
Haven, the county seat, and same distance 
S. by S. W. of Hartford, the State capital. 
Manufactures of sterling and silver-plated 
ware, cut glass, lamps, bronzes, gas and 
electric fixtures, hardware, cutlery, steel 
pens, guns, glassware, pianos, piano play- 
ers and organs. 

JOURNAL; every evening except Sun- 
day; independent; ten to twenty pages 17x22; 
subscription $8; established 1886; The Jour- 
nal Publishing Co.. editors and publish- 
ers (1 — 7). 

Copies printed: 7,404 in 1903 
7,649 in 1904 
7,587 in 1905 
7,580 in 1906 
7,743 in 1907 
3IORNING RECORD; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEKLY RE- 
PUBLICAN, Thursdays; republican; 
twelve pages 15x22; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $1; established I860: The Republi- 
can Publishing Company, editors and pub- 
lishers (2—7 ). 

Copies printed, daily: 7,582 in 1903 

7,559 in 1904 
7,578 in 1905 
7,672 in 1906 
7,769 in 1907 

MIDDLETO WN, c. h., Middlesex Co. 

I? 17,486 pop. on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd. and W. bank of Connecticut 
r., 33 m. from its mouth on Long Island 
Sound. Connected with New York City by 
daily line of steamers. Various manufac- 
tures. State Asylum for the Insane, and 
Industrial School for Girls. 

PENNY PRESS; every evening except 
Sunday; independent-democratic; eight 
pages 15x28; subscription $3; established 
1884; G. E. King, editor; C. B. & G. E. King, 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 6.741 in 1904 
6,980 in 1905 
7,379 in 1906 
7,737 in 1907 

WESLEYAN AKGUS; Wednesdays; 
college news; twenty eight pages 8x11; sub- 
scription $2; established 1866: Students of 
Wesleyan University, editors and publishers. 

WESLEYAN LITERARY 
MONTHLY; literary; sixty eight pages 
6x9; subscription $2; established 1892; G. W. 
Sherburn. editor; W. A.Johnston, Jr., pub- 
lisher (7—5). 

MILFORD, N'ew Haven Co. p 8,783t 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Rd. and Long Island Sound, 10 m. 



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CONNECTICUT. 



S. W. of New Haven. Manufactures of 
straw goods, automatic meters, brass car 
trimmings and general carriage worlc. 

CITIZEN; Fridays; independent; six 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1894; F. I. Hammond, editor; J. Ashman 
Beaven, publisher (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: This paper has on two oc- 
casions indicated a desire to have credit for 
issuing more than i,ooo copies regularly, but 
sucli definite information as would warrant 
such a rating has never been forthcoming. 

MOODUS, Middlesex Co. p 800 pop., in 
East Haddam township, about 12 m. S. E. 
of Middletown. A manufacturing town. 

CONNECTICUT VALLEY 
ADVEKTISER; Fridays; neutral; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1869; G. P. Lecrenier, editor and publish- 
er (12—6). 

Copies printed; This paper had credit for 
an issue of 1,500 for the year 1896, but has 
not since made any definite and satisfactory 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

MOOSUP, rr?nc?fta»» Co. []' 4,500 pop., 
on New England Rd., about 18 m. N. E. of 
Norwich. Manufactures of cotton and 
woolen goods. 

JOURNALi; Thursdays; independent; 
ten pages lT}^x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1881; Chas. F. Burgess, editor and pub- 
lisher; prints editions for Plainfleld and Ster- 
ling (2-8). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,304 in iges.of 1,368 in 
1903, since which time it has not furnished a 
report, but was credited with printing more 
than 1,000 copies for the years 1904, 1906 and 
in 1907. 

MYSTIC, -^ewionrfon Co. 0^3,000 pop., 
on New York, New Haven & Hartford Rr), 
and both sides of Mystic r., 11 m. E. of New 
London, one of the two county seats. 
Woolen mill, spool and silex works, ma- 
chines for cotton gins, printers' and book- 
binders' machine works and shipbuilding. 

JO URN A li; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1860; J. S.Anderson, editor; Ston- 
Ington Publishing Co., publishers. 

TII>IES; Saturdays; Independent: four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
December, 1905; A. L. Pitcher, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: 577 in 1907 

NAUGATUCK, New Haven Co. g 

10,541+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd., 5 m. S. of Waterbury. Man- 
ufactures of rubber clothing, rubber boots 
and shoes, woolen underwear, buttons and 
farming implements. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
eiglit pages 15x22; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1895; Naugatuck News Co., publishers 
(6-5). 

ENTERPRISE; Frldaj's; independent; 
eight pages 13x24; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1877 ; B. A. Peck, editor and publisher. 

NEW BRITAIN, Hartford Co. ^ 

25,998+ pop.— Of township 28,202+— on New 
England and New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rds., 10 m. S. W. of Hartford, the 
county seat and State capital. Manufac- 



tures of hardware, cutlery, jewelry and 
knit goods. 

HERALD; every evening except Sun- 
day ; independent ; ten pages 17x24 ; sub- 
scription $7; established 1876; Herald Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers (6—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,633 in 1904 
and 3,941 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited witii 
more than 2,250 in 1907. 

RECORD; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; republican; 
four to eight pages UJ4x23; subscription- 
daily $3, weekly $1 ; established — daily 1892, 
weekly 1855; J. L. Doyle, editor and pub- 
lisher (5— 3). 

Copies printed : No detailed satisfactory re- 
port was ever obtained from this paper, but it 
had credit for issuing more than 2,250 daily 
in 1903 and more than 1,000 in 1907. 

The weekly edition has on two occasions in- 
dicated a desire to have credit for issuii^ more 
than 1,000 copies regularly, but such definite 
information as would warrant such a rating 
has never been forthcoming. 

<l STERN HAROLD; Thursdays; 
Swedish; eight pages 17x21; subscription 
$1; established 1892; Carl Ebbesen, editor; 
Ostem Harold Publishing Co., publishers. 

Copies piinted: This paper has on four 
separate occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 copies reg- 
ularly, but such definite information as would 
warrant such a rating has never been forth- 
coming. 

NEW CANAAN, Fairfield Co. p 

1,304+ pop.— of township 2,968+— on New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Rd., 5 m. W. 
by N. W. of Norwalk, 8 N. by N. E. of 
Stamford and 13 S.W. of Bridgeport. Prin- 
cipal manufactures are boots, shoes and 
clothing. 

MESSENGER: Saturdays; independ 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1877 ; William W. Kirk, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

NEW HARTFORD, Litchfield Co. 

^ 3,424+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 

Hartford and Philadelphia, Reading & New 

England Rds., 29 m. N. W. of Hartford, the 

State capital. A manufacturing town. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1881; Henry R. Jones, editor and publisher. 

NEW HAVEN, c. h., New Haven 

Co. 9 103,027+ pop., on New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Rd., at head of New Haven bay, 
4 m. from Long Island Sound and 73 N. E. of 
New York City. Seat of Yale College. Has 
considerable foreign trade. Manufactiu-es 
of carriages, india-rubber and guttapercha 
goods, firearms, cutlery, musical instru- 
ments and iron and steel goods. 
DAILY. 

EVENING LEADER; every evening 
except Sunday, and Sunday morning; twelve 
to twenty-four pages 15J-^x2t : subscription- 
daily $5, Sunday $1; established 1892; Even- 
ing Leader Company, publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed : 8,727 in 1907. 
Publisher's announcement. — The Lea^deb, 
everv evening and Sunday morning, with 
a circulation of 10.000 daily and 10,000 Sun- 
day, and iteadily growing, Is the most In- 



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CONNECTICUT— New Haven. 

fluential and the ONLY evening Republi- 
can newspaper in the city, and ONE of the 
strongest in the State. It carries the be«t 
class of advertising and has nevsr failed to 
bring the best results. Carries more "Want 
Ad" advertisingthan any other New Haven 
paper. Tne Lkadk:r Is a prosperous, grow- 
ing newspaper, metropolitan iu lis style, 
reliable in its contents and progre.^sive in 
its methods. No advertiser can cover the 
field satisfactorily without using the 
Leader. The net daily increase in circu 
lation for 191)7 was 2,i i)U 
EVENING REGISTER; every even 
ing except Sunday, Sumlay morning, and 
COLUMBIAN REGISTER, Thurs 
days; independent; daily twelve to twenty, 
Sunday twenty to thirty, weekly ten and 
twelve pages 18x22; subscription— daily $6, 
Sunday $2. weekly $1* established— daily 1840, 
Sunday 1877, weekly 1812; John Day Jackson, 
editor; Register Publishing Co., publishers 
(1-8). ... 

Copies printed, daily : 11,594 in iqoo 

12,512 in igoi 
13,079 in 1902 
13,571 in 1903 
13,613 in 1Q04 
13,711 in 1905 
14,681 in 1906 
15,720 in 1907 
Sunday issue : 11,107 ii^ i9°4 
11,311 in 1905 
11,662 in 1906 
12,104 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement.— The Register, 
with largest circulation In its history in 
1907— a steady and permanent growth— is 
by far the best advertising medium and 
most influential paper In the largest city 
In Connecticut. It reaches the buving class 
and always brings best results. Manj' local 
advertisers use no other medium. Chief 
want advertising medium. Can ies 30 more 
columns of advertising a day than any 
other paper in the city. Largest and best 
equipment In the city— two Hoe presses, 
seven linotypes. If you want results, the 
Register meets the test. It always sells 
goods. Permission given Association of 
American Advertisers to examine circula- 
tion. 

MORNING JOURNAL AND COU- 
RIER; every morning except Sunday, and 
CONNECTICUT HERALD AND 
WEEKLY JOURNAL, Thursdays; re- 
publican; sixteen pages 17x23; subscription- 
daily $6, weekly $1; established— daily 1832, 
weekly 1766; N. G. Osborn. editor; The Car- 
rington Publishing Co., publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 3,100 in iSgg, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with printing more than 2,250 copies 
for the years 1904, 1906 and 1907. 
Publisher's announcei)ienf.— The Morning 
Journal-Courier, New Haren, Conn. The 
oldest daily In Connecticut. With up to- 
date equipment tlie Journal Courier is 
the oldest and the youngest daily in the 
State. It is abreast of the times in ever.v 
respect. Long-established prestige, rapidly 
increasing family circulation, make it In- 
dispensable for advertisers who desire to 
cover New Haven and vlcinitv. 
PALLADIUM; every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; repub 
Ucan; twelve to twenty-four pages 17x54; sub- 
Bcrlptlon— dally $6, weekly $1 ; established- 
daily 1840, weekly 1828; David Adams editor; 
The Palladium Company, publishers (2—8 ). 
. Copies printed, daily : 7,625 in 1903 

7,857 in 1904 
8,636 in 1905 
9,549 in 1906 
9,570 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement.— The New Haven 
PALLADitTM Is the Only morning paper that 



CONNECTICUT— New Haven. 

permitted the Association of American 
Advertisers to make a thorough examina- 
tion of its books.and we guarantee the bona- 
fide paid subscription for 1907 to be 9,570 
copies daily. The Palladium carries all of 
the local advertising, a sure sign of its 
prestige and influence at home, and no ad- 
vertiser that intends to cover New Haven 
thoroughly can do so without using the 
Palladium in the morning. 
UNION ; every evening except Sunday, 
and Sunday morning; democratic; daily 
eight to sixteen, Sunday sixteen pages 16x22; 
subscription— dally $3, Sunda.y $1.50; estab- 
lished-daily 1873, Sunday 1871 ; Alex. Troup, 
editor; New Haven Union Co., publishers 
(1-7). 

Copies printed, daily : 15,296 in 1901 

15,831 in igo2 
15,827 in 1903 
16,076 in 1904 
i6,2og in 1905 
16,481 in 1906 
16,548 in 1907 
Sunday: 8,179 in 1901 
8,825 in 1902 
8,260 in 1903 
8,2s 1 in 1904 
8.313 in 1905 
8,659 in 1906 
8,614 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement.— The New Haven 
Union furnishes a sworn average circula- 
tion statement for 1907, showing 16,548 paid 
copies daily. It is the only one-cent publica- 
cation in New Haven that reaches the 
classes as well as the masses. Advertisers 
get results. We* guarantee our circulation 
and prove it b.v carriers, postoffice and ex- 
press receipts, and, la8tly,by our circulation 
books and paper bills. Our rate per thou- 
sand for guaranteed paid circulation is 
cheaper than that of any other newspaper 
In New Haven. The Union is the only 
Evening paper that permitted the Associ- 
ation of American Advertisers (composed 
of 100 of the leading advertising firms of 
the United States) to examine its circula- 
tion books, paper accounts and cash re- 
ceipts from subscription, proving fully 
that the paper has all it claims. We guar- 
antee all we claim, write it in the con- 
tract. No advertiser can cover the evening 
field thoroughly without using the Union, 
YALE DAILY NEWS; every morning 
except Sunday, during the college year; col- 
legiate; four pages 11^3x17; subscription $4 ; 
established 1878; Students of Yale University, 
editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed : This paper has never made 
a definite and satisfactory report, but had 
credit for more than 1,000 in 1904, 1906, and 
1907. 

WEEKLY. 

ANZEIGER; Saturdays; German; Inde- 
pendent; four pages 16x22; subscription $1; 
established 1890; H. Busmann, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed : For the year 1Q03 this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made any renewal of the claim. 

CHRONICLE; Saturdays; society; six- 
teen pages 11x16; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1898; The Connecticut Press Corpora- 
tion, editors and publishers (4—5 P). 

COMMERCIAL RECORD; Satur- 
days; commercial; thirty-six pages 9xl2Ji^; 
subscription $3; established 1882; S.B.War- 
ren, manager; Record Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,952 in 1902 
and 2,062 in 1906, since which it has 



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CONNECTICUT— New Haven. 

not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than i,ooo in 1907. 

CONNECTICUT FARMER; Satur 
days; agricultural; sixteen pages 11x15}^; 
subscription $1; established 1S54; George V. 
Smith, editor; The Farmer Publishing and 
Printing Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed : For the year iSgg this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made anv renewal of the claim. 

CONNECTICUT FREIE PRESSE; 
Wednesdays; German; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1876; H. Busmann, 
editor and publisher. 

DER HERMANNS SOHN; Wednes 
days; German: fraternal; four pages 11x15; 
subscription $1; established 1893; Paul Geb 
hard, editor and publisher. 

HERALD OF LIFE; Thursdays; re- 
ligious; sixteen pages yxl3; subscription S2; 
established 1863; Rebecca J. Smith, editor; 
Life and Advent Union, publishers (1—8). 

IL. CORRIEllE DEL CONNEC'Tl- 
CUT; Saturdays; Italian; eight pages 
15}^x2li^; subscription .S'.; established 1897; 
Giovanni Lombardi. editor and publisher. 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies regularly in 
1901, but has not since set up any claim for 
issuing so many. 

LA STELLA D'lTALIA; Saturdays; 
Italian; twelve pages 16x22; subscription 
$2; established 1892; Paul Russo, publisher. 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for an 
average issue of 3,412 in 1898, of 4,484 in 1901, 
since which time it has not furnished a report, 
but was credited witli printing more than 2,250 
copies for the year 1904, and more than 1,000 
in 1907. 

L'UNIONE; Saturdays; Italian; four 
pages 16x24; subscription $1; established 
1902; Pasquale Cobianchi, editor and pub 
Usher (1—1). 

Copies printed: This paper has never made 
a definite and satisfactory report, but has had 
credit for more than 2,250 in 1904, and exceed- 
ing 1,000 in 1907. 

YALE ALUMNI WEEKLi; ; Wed- 
nesdays (monthly during July) ; university 
news; sixteen to thirty two pages 8^x11; 
subscription $3 ; established 1891 ; Edwin 
Oviatt, editor; Clarences. Day, Jr., publish- 
er (12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,749 in 1902 
and 6,783 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 4,000 in 1907. 

BI-WEEKLY. 

YALE COURANT; bi-weekly, Satur- 
days, during college year; collegiate; inde- 
pendent; thirty six pages 4i^x8; subscription 
$2; established 1865; Students of Yale Uni- 
versity, editors and publishers. 

YALE RECORD; bi-weekly, Satur- 
days, during college year; collegiate; pic- 
torial; humorous; twentj'-eight pages 9x11; 
subscription $2.50; established 1872 ; Students 
of Yale University, editors and publishers. 
(1-8). 

MONTHLY. 

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCI- 
ENCE; monthly; scientific; eighty pages 
6x9; subscription $6; established 1818; E. S. 
Dana, editor and publisher. 

CONNECTICUT WORKMAN; 
monthly (A A). 

GOLDSMITH AND SILVER- 
SMITH: monthly; jewelry trade; twenty- 
four pages 8x11; subscription $2; established 



COXNKCTICUT—New Haven. 

« 

1895; Newton Dexter, editor and publisher 
(1—8). 

Copies printed : This periodical had credit 
for an average issue of 7,317 m 1903, since 
which time it has not furnished a satisfactory 
report but was credited with printing more 
than 2,250 copies for the years 1904, 1905, iqo6 
and 1907. 

NEW ENGLAND POULTRY 
JOURNAL; monthly (A A). 

YALE LAW JOURNAL; monthly, 
during college year; law; ninety-six pages 
7x10: subscription $2.50; established 1890; 
W. V. Griffin, managing editor; Yale Law 
Journal Co., publishers ( 1—8). 

YALE LITERARY MAGAZINE; 
monthly, during the college year; colle- 
giate; seventv-eight pages 6x9: subscription 
$3; established 1836; Students of Yale College, 
editors and publishers. 

YALE M E D T C A L J O U R N A li ; 
monthly, medical and surgical; eighty pages 
7x10; subscription $'i; established 1894; Yale 
Medical School, editors and publishers (1—8). 

YALE SCIENTIFIC MONTHLY; 
except July, August and September; scien- 
tific ; sixty pages 6x9; subscription $2.50; 
established 1894: The SeniorClass of the Shef- 
field Scientific School of Yale University, 
editors ; C. G. Whaples & Co., publishers (1—8). 

BI-MONTHLY. ' 

ZION TRUMPET: bi-monthly; negro; 
methodist episcopal (African); twenty pages 
6x9; subscription 50 cents: established 1898; 
Rev. E. George Biddle, editor and publisher 

(1-8). 

QUARTERLY. 

CONNECTICUT 3IAGAZINE; quar- 
terly (A A). 

YALE REVIEW: quarterly, February, 
May, August and November; history and 
political .science; one hundred and fourteen 
Dages6xl0; subscription $3; established 1892; 
Yale Publishing Association, Inc., pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

NEW LONDON c. h., New London 

Co. n, 17,548+ pop., on New York, New Ha- 
ven & Hartford and Central Vermont Rds. 
and Thames r., about 3 m. from its mouth 
on Long Island Sound. Good harbor. Com- 
merce and manufacturing. Summer resort, 
DAY; every evening except Sunday; re- 
publican; twelve to sixteen pages 19x24; sub- 
scription $5; established 1881: W. M. Slocum, 
managing editor; Day Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; Wednesday issue is sent out as a 
weekly edition (1—8). 

Copies printed: 4,690 in 1900 
4,845 in igoi 
5,198 in igo2 
5 613 in 1903 
5,855 in 1904 
6,109 in 1905 
6,104 in 1Q06 

6,547 in 1907 

GLOBE; every evening except Sunday; 
Independent; four pages 17}^x24; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1890; The Daily Globe 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers. 

Copies printed : For the year 1899 this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made any renewal of the claim. 

MORNING TELE GR A PH; ^very 
morning except Sunday ; independent; eight 
to ten pages 17x22; subscription $5; estab- 
ILshed 1885; Walter M. Slocum, editor; Day 
Publishing Company, publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an issue of 4,500 in 1896, since which time it 
has not furnished a report, but was credited 
with printing more than 2,250 copies for the 
year 1900 and more than 1,000 in 1907. 



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CONNECTICUT. 



NEW MILFORD, Litchfield Co. ^ 

4,804t pop. (of township), on New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Rd. and Housatonic r,, 
16 m. N. of Danbury and 35 N. by N. E. of 
Bridgeport. Tobacco trade and manufact 
uring. 

GAZETTE ; Fridays ; independent ; eiglit 
pages 15x22; subscription $2 ; establisiied 1872; 
Pnilip Wells, editor and publisher (6-6 P). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
more than i,ooo in 1896, but has not since es- 
tablished any claim for issuing so many. 

NEWTOWN, Fairfield Co. p 254t 
pop.— of township 3,276+— on New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Rd., 9 m. W. of Dan- 
bury, one of the two county seats. Saw, 
grist and cider mills, and rubber,, car- 
riage, wagon, woolen, comb and button 
factories. 

BEE; Fridays ; independent ; eight pages 
20x26; subscription $1.25; establisiied 1878; 
Allison P. Smith, editor; The Bee Publishing 
Company, publishers (,1—8). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 3,273 in i8q8, since which 
time it has not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with printing 
more than 2,250 copies every year since includ- 
ing 1907. 

NORWAL.K, Fairfield Co. p 6,125t 
pop.— of township, including Norwalkand 
South Norwalk cities, 19,932+— on New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Rd. and 
Norwalk r., 42 m. N. E. of New York City. 
Manufacturing. 

HOUR; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKl^Yt Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages 18x22; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $1; established — daily 1895, weekly 
1871; The Hour Publishing Co., publishers 
(1-7). 

Copies printed, daily : 3,217 in 1904 

3,249 in 1906 
3,398 in 1907 
The weekly edition of this paper had credit 
for an issue exceeding 2,250 in 1898, since 
which time it has not furnished any definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than i,ooc copies since 1899 and 
for the year 1907. 

NORWICH, c. h., A'ew London Co. P, 
17,251+ pop.— of township 24,637+— on Cen- 
tral Vermont and New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rds., at head of navigation on 
Thamea r., 13 m. N. of New London, the 
other county seat. Steamers make daily 
trips to New York City. General commerce 
and manufacturing. 

BULiLETIN; every morning except Sun- 
day, and COURIER, weekly, twice-a- 
week, Tuesdays and Fridays; republican; 
daily eight, weekly twelve pages 15x22; sub- 
scription — daily $6, weekly 50 cents; estab- 
bllshed— daily 1858, weekly 1796 ; The Bulletin 
Co., editors and publishers ( 1—8). 
Copies printed, daily : 4,659 in 1902 

4,983 in 1903 
5,350 in 1904 
5,920 in 1905 
6,590 in igo6 
7,203 in 1907 
Weekly, 2,200 in 1904 
2,221 in 1905 
2,116 in 1906 
2,050 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement .—Th^ Bullbtih 



sets all of Its news: covers its local field 
thoroughly, besides covering all the good 
news of the surrounding towns; has its own 
carriers in WilUmantlc, Danlelsou and 
Putnam; is the only paper delivered on all 
of the forty-one rural free delivery routes 
in Eastern Conn, and has no street sales — 
all route delivery —and gives the advertiser 
more for his money than any paper In 
Eastern Connecticut. It Is conceded to be 
the leading and most Influential paper in 
its territory. 

The Bulletin has the largest circulation 
of any Eastern Conn, paper, three to four 
times that of any local one, and Its circula- 
tion Is constantly Increasing, as shown bj 
the accompanied report. There Is every 
reason to think the circulation will reach 
8.000 during 1908. 

EVENINtJ RECORD; every evening 
except Sunday, and COOLEY'S WEEK- 
LY, Fridays; independent; eight pages 
15x22 : subscription— daily $6, weekly 50 cents ; 
established— daily 1888, weekly 1876; Cle- 
worth & Pullen, editors and publishers (4—3). 
Copies printed: Daily 2,926 in 1896 and 
3,384 in 1899, since which no definite and satis- 
factory report has been furnished, but has been 
credited with exceeding 2,250 copies since 1900 
and including 1907. 

The weekly had credit for an issue of 3,831 
in 1896, since which no report has been furn- 
ished, but it has been credited with issuing 
more than 1,000 copies regularly since 1900 and 
including 1907. 

PCrTNAM,c. li., Windham Co. a'6,66:t 
pop., on New England Rd. and Quin- 
ebaug r., 33 m. N. by N. E. of Norwich, 
26 S. of Worcester, Mass., and 61 S. E. of 
Boston. Manufactures of cotton, woolen 
and silk goods, bouts, slippers and shoes, 
cutler}', steam heaters, clothing, trunks 
and carriages. Also lumber yards and 
woodworking establishments. 

PATRIOT; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 18x25; subscription $1.50; established 
1872; A. W. Macdonald. editor; Macdonald 
& Williams, publishers (8—3). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,504 in 1897, since which 
time it has not furnished a definite and satis- 
factory report, but has been credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies from the year 
1900 up to and including 1907. 

WINDHA M CO. OBSERVER : Thurs 
days; eight pages 17x24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1897; Nathan W. Kennedy, editor 
and publisher (12— 5). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 3,740 in 1901, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but has been 
credited with printing more than 2,250 copies 
ever since including the year 1907. 

TilJiGT,TlE,JAi, Fairfield Co. p 2,626t 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rd.. 10 m. S. of Danbury. one of the two 
county seats, and 17 N. by N. W. of Norwalk. 
Summer resort of New York City residents. 
Farming. 

PRESS; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1874; W. A. White, editor; The Ridgefleld 
Press Printing Company, publishers. 

Copies printed : For the year 1899 this pa- 
per seemed to assert that it had an average is- 
sue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furn- 
ish such definite information as would warrant 
the accoi dance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of the claim. 



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ROCKVILLE, Tolla>ut Co. a 7.-287t 
pop., on New England Rl.. 16 ni. N. E. of 
Hartford, the State capital. Manufactures 
of envelopes and woolen and silk goods. 

LEADEK; semi weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; independent; lour pages 18x24; sub 
scription $1.50; established 1879; Radj- & 
Brown, editors and publishers. 

Copies printed : For the year i8q8 this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issua 
exceeding i,ooo copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. It lias 
not since made any renewal of the claim. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $l.riO; estab- 
lished 1866; Charles S. Greer, editor; The 
Journal Publishing Co.. publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,363 in 1896, 
since which time it has not made any 
definite and satisfactory claim to is- 
suing so many as 1,000 copies. 

SCOTLAND, Windham Co. cT 471t 
pop., 3 m. N, of Scotland Station, the near- 
est railroad station. Dairying. 

WHITE RIBBOX BANNER; month 
ly; temperance; four pages 11x16; subscrip- 
tion 25 cents; established 1890; LisaK. Fuller, 
editor and publisher (12—6). 

• Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,448 in 1905 
and 1,460 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

SEYMOUR, ^ew Haven Co. Q 3,541t 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rd., at the confluence of Naugatuck, 
Bladen and Little rs., which supply water 
power for many large factories. Manu- 
factures of paper, horseshoe nails, marine 
telegraph cables, rubber, copper, brass. Iron, 
plush goods and mechanics' tools. 

RECORD ; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1871; W. C. Sharpe. editor and pub- 
lisher (2—7). 

Copies printed ; This paper had credit for an 
issue of 1,174 for the year 1902, 1,169 i" ^9°i 
and 1,026 in 1905, but has not since made any 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

SOUTHINGTON, Hartford Co. ti 

3,411+ pop. — of township 5,890+ — on New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Rd., 20 m. N. 
of New Haven. Manufactures of general 
hardware, tinners' machines and tools, car- 
riage hardware, pocket cutlery, plumbers 
goods, paper bags and wood screws. 

NEWS ; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription Sl.rO; established 
1873; C. K. Alger, editor; Northampton Val- 
ley Publishing Co., publishers. Publishes 
an edition for Cheshire, Conn., called the 
Times iVi—l). 

Copies printed : Without any complete and 
satisfactory report this paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 in 1905, 1906 
and 1907. 

SOUTH MANCHESTER, Hart. 

ford Co. ^ 9,000 pop., on New England 
Rd.,8m. E. of Hartford, the county seat 
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and State capital. Manufactures of silk 
and paper. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription SI; established 1898; W. J. Flood, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed ; For the year 1903 this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made any renewal of the claim. 

SOUTH NORWALK, Fairfield 

Co. p 6,591+ pop.— of township, including 
Norwalk and South Norwalk cities, 19,932+ 
—on New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd. 
and Norwalk r., 33 m. S. W. of New Haven 
and 42 N. E. of New York City. Manu- 
factories of felt hats, locks, shoes, paper 
boxes and Iron works. Connected with 
Norwalk by electric cars. 

EVENING SENTINEL.} every evening 
except Sunday; republican; eight pages 
17x22; subscription $5; established 1870; 
James Golden, editor and publisher (5 — 5 P). 

Copies printed : This paper has never fur- 
nished a detailed and satisfactory report, but 
has been credited with issuing more than 1,000 
since 1901 and including 1907. 

STAFFORD SPRINGS, Tolland 

Co. i 2,460+ pop. — of township 4,297+— on 

Central Vermont Rd. and Wllllmantic r., 

50 m. N. of New London. Manufactures of 

woolen and Iron goods. Mineral springs. 

PRESS; Wednesays; republican; four 
pages 20x26 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 
1858; Lewis McLaughlin, editor and pub- 
lisher (2— 8). 

Copies printed : 1,320 in igoo 

1,374 in 1902 

1,415 in 1903 

1,392 in 1904 

1,372 in 1905 

1,388 in 1906 

1,417 in 1907 

STAMFORD, Fairfield Co. p 15,997t 
pop. —of township 18,8.i9+ — on New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Rd. and Long Isl- 
and Sound, 34 m. N. E. of New York City, 
and residence of many of its business 
men. Lumber yards, lock works, pianos, 
coloring extract, liquorice and various 
other manufactures. 

ADVOCATE; every evening except 
Thursday and Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; republican; eight pages 17x22; 
subscription— daily $4, weekly $1 ; established 
—daily 1892. weekly 1829; Gillespie Bros., edi- 
tors and publishers. 

Copies printed : The daily edition of this 
paper had credit for an issue of 2,500 in 1901, 
since which time it has not furnished a report, 
but was credited with printing more than 2,250 
copies for the year 1903 and more than 1,000 in 
1907. 

The weekly edition has had the same rating 
as the daily and under conditions precisely 
similar. 

PHOTO-A31ERICAN; monthly; pho 
tography; flftyslx pages 7x10; subscription 
$1; established 1889; Mrs. Helene E. New- 
comb, editor; The Photo American Publish- 
ing Co., publishers (12-3). 

Copies printed : 6,333 in 1901 and 10,440 in 
1904. In the absence of any report had credit 
for more than 7,500 in 1906 and 1907. 



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POULTRY STANDARD; monthly; 
poultry, pigeons and pet stock; twenty -eight 
pages 9x12; subscription 50 cents; established 
1899; R. M. Clark, manager (2-3) (A A). 

Copies printed : No complete and satisfactory 
report ever came from tliis periodical, but it 
has had credit for issuing more than 4,000 since 
igo2 and including igo6. 

STONINGTON, ^^ London Co. P 
2.278+ pop. — of township 8,540+— on New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Rd. A port 
of entry on the sea-coast at eastern ex- 
tremity of Long Island Sound, 12 m. E. of 
New London, one of the two county seats. 
Providence & Stonington Steamship line 
connects daily with New York City. Coast 
trade and manufacturing. 

MIRROR; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; independent; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1869; Jerome S. 
Anderson, editor; Stonington Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

THOMASTON, Litchfield Co. ^ 3.300t 

pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Rd., 10 m. N. of Waterbury. Rolling mills. 

Seth Thomas Clock Company works are 

here. 

EXPRESS J Fridays; republican; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; established 
1880; F. W. Etheridge, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

THOMPSONVILLE, Hartford Co. 

^ 6,669 pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd. and E. bank of Connecticut 
r., 8 m. S. of Springfield, Mass., and 18 N.of 
Hartford, the county seat and State capital. 
Manufactures of carpets, cottonseed-oil 
presses and casket hardware. 

PRESS; Thursdays; neutral; four pages 
20x26 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1880 ; 
Frederick P. Parsons, editor; Parsons Print- 
ing Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an issue of 1,150 in 1900, since which time it 
has not furnished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with printing more than 
1,000 copies for the years 1906 and 
1907. 

TORRINGTON. Litchfield Co. t: 

11,500 pop.— of township 12,453+ — on New 

York, New Haven & Hartford Rd. and Nau- 

gatuck r. Extensive manufactures of brass, 

woolen goods, hardware, plated goods, 

machinery, bicycles and needles. 

EVENING REGISTER; every evening 

except Sunday, and WEEKIiY, Fridays; 

republican; eight pages 15x22; subscription 

—daily $5, weekly $1 ; established 1874; Geo. 

W. Peterson, editor; Torrington Printing 

Co., publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average is- 
sue of 2,136 in 1906, since which it 
has not furnished any definite^ and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

UNION VILLE, Hartford Co. ^ 
1,875+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd., about 17 m. W. of Hartford, 
the State capital. 
TUNXIS PRESS; Fridays (A A). 



CONNECTICUT. 



"WALLINGFORD, ^V<?" Haven Co. 

P 6,737+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 

Hartford Rd., about 7 m. S. of Meriden. 

WORD ; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; independent; eight pages 17}^x22; 
subscription $3; established November. 1907; 
James E. Beale, editor and publisher (11— 7 P). 

WATERBURY,c.h.,A"<wfl^ai'en Co. 

"P 45.859+ pop.— of township 51,139+— on New 
York & New England and New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Rds., 30 m. N. of New 
Haven, the countj- seat, and 32 S. W. of 
Hartford, the State capital. Manufactures 
of brass, brass goods, German silver, but- 
tons, clocks and watches. 

AMERICAN; every evening except 
Sunday, and »E3II-\^'EEKL,Y, Tues- 
days and Fridays; independent; twelve to 
sixteen pages — daily 18x24, semi weekly 
20x25; subscription — daily $8, semi- weekly 
$2; established— daily 1866, semi-weekly 1844; 
C. F. Chapin, editor; American Printing Co., 
publishers (9—5 P ). 

Copies printed: This paper has ever seemed 
averse to giving definite and satisfactory in- 
formation: but was credited with issuing 
more than 7,500 daily in 1903 and more than 
4,000 in 1907. Its semi-weekly was 
believed to issue more than 1,000 in 
1902, but not so many since. 

EVENING DEMOCRAT; every even 
ing except Sunday; democratic; ten pages 
15x22; subscription $5; established 1881; C. 
Maloney, editor and publisher (7—3). 

Copies printed: No definite and satisfac- 
tory statement seems to be obtainable from 
this paper, but it was credited with exceed- 
ing 4,000 in 1904 and 1907. 

REPUBLICAN; every morning and 
Sunday; republican; daily twelve to six- 
teen, Sunday twenty pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion — daily $6, Sunday $2; established- 
daily 1881, Sunday 1906; William M. Lathrop, 
editor; W. J. Pape, publisher (1 — 8). 

Copies printed, daily: 5,846 in 1903 
5,770 in 1904 
5,648 in 1905 
5,957 in 1906 
6,338 in 1907 

BEOBACHTER; Saturdays (A A). 

EXAMINER; Saturdays (A A). 

HERA IjD ; Sundays ; independent ; eight 
to sixtefen pages 18x21J^; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1SS8; Richard Howell, editor; F. R. 
Swift, publisher (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an issue of 12,000 in 1891, since which it has 
made no definite and satisfactory report; but 
the average issue is believed to have ex- 
ceeded 1,000 copies since 1900, including 
1907. 

TELiEGRA3I; Sundays; Independent; 
ten pages 17x22; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1903; John H. Curley, editor: C. J. 
Sawdey, publisher (4—7). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 4,000 in 1907. 

WATERBURY MEN; monthly: Y. 
M. C. A.; sixteen pages 7x10; subscription 
25 cents: established 1901; Robert S. Ross, 
editor: Young Men's Christian Association, 
publishers (1—8). 

"WEST HAVEN, ^ew Haven Co. p 

5,247+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd., 3 m. S. W. of New Haven, 



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the county seat. Saw mills and lumber. 
Manufacturing. 

ADVERTISER; Thursdays; independ- 
ent ; four pages 16x>2; subscription 50 cents; 
established September. 1905; William S. 
Rathbun. editor; Edward S, "Whaples, pub- 
lisher (1—8), 

Copies printed: 1,184 in 1907 

HERALD; Saturdays ; independent ; 
eight pages 17x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1900; Luclen P. Smith, editor; Herald 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. It has not since made any renewal 
of the claim. 

WESTPORT, Fairfield Co. p 4,017t 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rd. and Saugatuck r., 45 m. N. E. of New 
York City. Manufactures of cotton, rope, 
batting, twine, mattresses, carriages, boots 
and shoes. 

WESTPORTER- HERALD ; semi- 
weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1876; Willis S. Jones, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,047 f^^ t^- year 1896, 
but has not since made any definite and 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many as 1,000 
copies. 

WILLIM ANTIC, Windham Co. d" 

10,000 pop., in Windham township, on New 

York, New Haven & Hartford and Central 

Vermont Rds. and Wlllimantic r., 32 m. E. 

of Hartford, the State capital, and 59 W. 

of Providence, R. I. Manufactures of silk, 

cotton, thread and silk machinery. 

CHRONICLE; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
Independent; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
—daily $5, weekly $1; established 1877; G. A. 
Bartlett, editor; Chronicle Printing Co., pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

Copies printed; The daily edition of this 
paper had credit for an issue ot 2,450 in 1895, 
since which time it has not furnished a re- 
port that was definite and satisfactory, but 
was credited with printing more than 1,000 
copies since 1898 and including 1907. 

The weekly edition had credit for issuing 
more than 1,000 copies regularly in the year 
1900, but has not since set up any 
definite and satisfactory claim for is- 
suing so many. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; established 1847; 
D. A. Lyman, editor; The Hall & Bill Print- 
ing Co., publishers (12— «). 

Copies printed; This paper had credit for 
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has not furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with printing more 
than 1,000 copies for the years 1906 
and 1907. 

'WINDSOR LOCKS, Hartford Co. 

i 2,997+ pop., on New York, New Haven ft 

Hartford Rd. and W. bank of Connecticut 

' r., 12 m. N. of Hartford, the county seat and 

t Statecapital. Iron foundry, large machine 

shops and cotton-warp mills. Manufact- 

usre of paper, hosiery, steel, silk, rubber 

rolls and school furniture. 

JOURNAL; Fridays ; neutral ; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; established 
1880; J. M. Morse, editor and publisher. 

WINSTED, Litchfield Co. t: «,804t 
pop.— local estimate 9,525— on Central New 
England and Naugatuck Division of New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Rds., 35 m. 
N. W. of Hartford, the State capital, and 
61 N. of Bridgeport. Manufactures of clocks, 
cutlerj', brass goods, lamps, hardware, 
milling machines, tools, silks, hosiery, pins 
and undertakers' materals. 

EVENING CITIZEN; every evening 
except Sunday; independent; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $5: established 1888; I.E. 
Manchester, managing editor; The Citizen 
Printing Co., publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an issue of 1,800 in 1902, of 1,873 i" 1903, 
since which time it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for 
the years 1906 and 1907. 

HERALD ; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1853; I. E.Manchester.editor; The Citi- 
zen Printing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies regularly in the 
year 1895, but has not since sustained any 
claim for issuing so many. 

LITCHFIELD CO. LEADER; Fri- 
days; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1888; I. E. Man- 
chester, managing editor; The Citizen Print- 
ing Co., publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for an 
average issue of 1,654 in 1899, since which 
time it has not furnished a definite and satis- 
factory report, but has been credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies ever since 
and including the year 1907. 

WOODBURY. Litchfield Co. ^ l,988t 
pop., on Pomerang r., 12 m. W. of Water- 
bury and 25 X. W. of New Haven. Manu- 
factures of pocket cutlery and shears. 
REPORTER; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 17)^x22; subscription SI. 50; es- 
tablished 1877; Arthur E. Knox, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 



DELAWARE. 



Population 184,735 t. Land Area 1,960 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by Pennsylvania, east by Delaware river and bay and the 
Atlantic Ocean, and souih and west by Maryland. State capital : Dover. Princi- 
pal products and industries : Fruit raising and various manufactures. Number 
of newspapers and other periodicals (March 30, 1908), 30, divided as follows: 
Daily, 3; weekly, 24; monthly, 3. 

The cities and towns of over 1,500 population, according to the United States 
census of 1900 (f), are as follows : 



Wilmiugtou 76,508t 

Newcastle 3,3S0+ 

Uover 3,3'i9t 

M i U o r d ti , 5 1 

Lie was a.'259t 



Smyrna 2,16St 

Laurel 1 , S'-i5 1 

Seatord ... l,7'-i4t 

Georgretown l,658t 

Middletowu l,567t 



DOVER, c. h., Ke7it Co. a State Cap- 
ital, 3,329+ pop.— Of township 5,450+— on 
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Rd. 
and Jones creek, 7 m. W. from Delaware 
bay, 43 S. of Wilmington and 75 S. b.v S. W. 
of Philadelphia, Pa. Canning factories. 
Peach growing and agriculture. 

DEL.AWAREAN ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1859; Wm, Saulsbury. editor; 
Delawarean Company, publishers (12—6). 

Copies printed : No definite and satisfac- 
tory statement has ever been secured from 
this paper, but it had credit for exceeding 
I, coo in 1902 and 1907. 

DELAWARE STATE NEWS; 

Wednesdays; independent; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established May, 1902; Mon- 
roe Ashmore, editor and publisher (1 — 4). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 2,015 in 1903, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with printing more than 1,000 copies 
for 1904 and 1907. 

INDEX J Fridays; democratic ; eight pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established 1887; T. 
F. Dunn, editor and publisher (2—8). 
Copies printed: 1,232 in 1900 
1,209 io igo2 
1,200 in 1904 
1,200 in J 905 
r, 210 in 1906 
1,236 in 1907 

STATE SENTINEL,; Saturdays; re- 

Jublican ; four pages 22x30 ; subscription 
1; established 1874; E. B. Louderbough, edi- 
tor; The Sentinel Printing Co., publishers 
(12—5). 

Copies printed : This paper has credit for 
an average issue of 1,462 in 1903, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with printing more than 1,000 copies 
in 1904 and 1907. 

GEORGETOWN, c. h., Sussex Co. g 

1,658+ pop.— of township 2,874+ — on Phila 
delphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Rd.,40m. 
S. of Dover, the State capital, and 89 from 
Wilmington. Basket and canning factories. 

DELAWARE DE3IOCRAT; Satur- 
days: democratic: four pages 20x26: sub- 
gcrlption $1 ; established 1882 ; Delaware 
Democrat Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

SUSSEX JOURNAL; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages 20x26 ; subscription 
$1; established 1867; A. J. Lynch and F. M. 
Jones, editors and publishers. 

Copies printed : For the year 1903 this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an average 



issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to fur- 
nish such definite information as would war- 
rant the accordance of a rating to that effect. 
It has not since made any renewal of the claim. 

SUSSEX REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages 22x28; subscriptiou 
$1; established 1886; Robt. G. Houston, edi- 
tor; Sussex Republican Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. 

LAUREL, Sussex Co. p l,825t pop., 
on Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore 
Rd. and Laurel r., 90 m. S. of Wilmington. 
Flour mills and manufactures of fruit- 
baskets and crates. 

STATE REGISTER; Saturdays; 
independent-democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; C. W. 
Kenney, editor and publisher. 

Copies print-d : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,100 for the year 1894, but 
has not since sustained any claim to issuing so 
many as i.ooo copies. 

LEWES, Sussex Co. q 2,259t pop., On 
Maryland, Delaware & Virginia and Phila- 
delphia, Baltimore & Washington Rds. and 
Delaware Bay, about 35 m. S. E. of Dover, 
the State capital. 

DELAWARE PI LOT | Saturdays 

(A A). 

MARSHALLTON, Newcastle Co. 
i 450 pop., on Baltimore & Ohio Rd., 5 m. 
W. of Wilmington, the county seat. Agri- 
culture. 

TRI-HUNDRED WAYS; Thursdays; 
independent; four to eight pages 163^x22; 
subscription $1 ; established May. 1902: John 
T. Mullins, editor and publisher (1—5). 

MIDDLETOWN, Newcastle Co. g 
1,567+ pop., on Philadelphia, Wilmington & 
Baltimore Rd.. 25 m. S. W. of Wilmington, 
the county seat. Manufactures of carriages, 
harness, agricultural implements, shirts 
and general underwear. Also, curing and 
canning of fruits. Agriculture and fruit 
growing. 

NEW ERA ; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscript i ; >n $1; established 1885; 
C. J. Freeman, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed : This paper has on two oc- 
casions indicated a desire to have credit for 
issuing more than a thousand copies regularly, 
but such definite information as would warrant 
such a rating has never been forthcoming. 

TRANSCRIPT; Saturdays; republi- 



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DELAWARE. 



DELAWARE. 



can; four pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1868; T. S. Fouracre, editor and 
publisher. 

MIIiFORD, Kent Co. D 2,500t pop., on 
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Rd. 
and Mispillion r., at head of steamboat 
navigation, 68 m. S. of Wilmington and 98 
from Philadelphia , Pa. Shipbuilding, agri- 
culture, fruit growing and packing. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 22x28; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1878 ; Theo. Townsend, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,462 in 1902 
2,651 in 1905 
3,415 in 1907 

MILTON, Sussex Co. g 9i8t pop., on 

Queen Anne's Rd., 65 m. S. E. of Baltimore. 

Farming. 

TIMES; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1 ; established 1897; 
W. W. Crouch, editor and publisher. 

NEWARK, Newcastle Co. b l,213t 
pop., on Baltimore & Ohio and Philadel- 
phia, Wilmington & Baltimore Rds., 12 m. 
W. by S. W. of Wilmington, the county 
seat, and 37 from Philadelphia, Pa. Seat 
of Delaware State College, Academy of 
Newark and Delaware Normal School. 
Farming and paper manufacturing. 
DELAWARE LEDGER; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages 20x26 ; subscription 
81; established 1878; Bowen & Bro., editors 
and publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1897 this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made any renewal of the claim. 

DELAWARE CHURCHMAN; 
monthly; protestant episcopal; ten to twelve 
pages 8x11; subscription 25 cents; established 
1893; Rev. F. M. Munson, editor; Rev. H. B. 
Phelps, publisher (12— 5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 1,382 for the year 1896, but 
has not since made satisfactory claim to issuing 
so many as 1,000 copies. 

DELAWARE COLLEGE RE- 
VIEW; monthly, during college j ear (A A). 

NEWCASTLE, Newcastle Co. d 
4,200 pop.— of township 5,407t — on Phila- 
delphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Rd. and 
Delaware r., at head of Delaware bay, 5 m. 
S. of Wilmington, the county seat, and 33 
from Philadelphia, Pa. Steel, cotton and 
woolen mills. Good harbor. Farming. 
NEWS; Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1895; E. C. Bross. editor; L. R. Rogers, pub- 
lisher (1—8). ,. ^ 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for an 
average issue of 1,278 for the year 1897, but '''^s 
not since made claim to issuing so many as 
1,000 copies. 

SEAFORD, Sussex Co. p l,724t pop.— 
of township 3,779 — on Philadelphia, Wil- 
mington & Baltimore Rd. and Nanticoke r., 
84 m. S. of Wilmington and 33 N. E. of Cam- 



bridge, Md. Small vessels ascend the river 

to this point. Farming. 

NEWS; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1891 ; W. H. Stevens, editor and publisher 
(1-5). 

SMYRNA, Kent Co. U 2,168t pop., on 
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Rd. 
and Duck creek, 86 m. S. W. of Wilmington 
and 60 from Philadelphia. Pa. Peach trade, 
shipbuilding, manufactories of farming im- 
plements, peach baskets, sashes and doors. 

CAIjL; Tuesdays; democratic; fourpagea 
20x26; subscription $1; established 1889; 
Frank Whelen, editor and publisher (7—5). 

TIMES ; Wednesdays ; Independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1864; Robert D. Hoftecker, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WILMINGTON, c. h., NetccastU 

Co. t} 76,508+ pop., on Baltimore & Ohio, 
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore and 
Wilmington & Northern Rds. and Delaware 
r., 28 m. S. W. of Philadelphia, Pa. Build- 
ing of wooden and Iron steamships and 
cars, and manufactures machinery, cotton 
and woolen goods, morocco, powder, car" 
riages and farming Implements. A port of 

entry. 

DAILY. 
EVENING JOURNAL AND DAILY 
REPUBLICAN; every evening except 
Sunday; republican; eight pages 18x24; 
subscription $3; established— Zwninflr Jour- 
nal, 1888; Republican, 1839; Evening Jour- 
nal and Dally Republican Company, editors 
and publishers (2 — 6 P). 

Copies printed: 5,388 in igoi 

6,408 in 1902 

5,964 in 1903 

5,440 in 1904 

9,714 for year ending February 29, 

EVERY EVENING AND COM- 
MERCIAL; every evening except Sunday ; 
Independent democratic ; eight pages 17x24; 
subscription $3; established 1866; The Every 
Evening Printing Company, editors and pub- 
lishers (2—4). 
Copies printed : 9,842 in 1901 
10,337 in 1902 
10,784 in 1903 
11,060 in 1904 
In the absence of any report this paper was 
credited with issuing more than 7,500 in 1905, 
igo6 and 1907. 

MORNING NEWS; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; republican; eight to twelve 
pages 17x23: subscription $3; established 
1872; News Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

Copies printed : 9,485 in 1902 
9,938 in 1903 
9,960 in 1904 
9,514 in 1907 

WEEKLY. 
AFRO-AMERICAN CITIZEN; Sat- 

""dELaNvARE farm and HOME; 

Saturdays; agricultural; sixteen pages 11x16; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1885; Mar- 
tin Hutchinson, editor; Delaware Farm and 
Home Publishing Company, publishers (1—4). 
Copies printed: There has been so much 
doubt concerning the accuracy and good faith 
of statements concerning the number issued by 
this paper that the editor of Rowell's Ameri- 



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AMERICAN NEWSPAPEK DIRECTORY. 



DEL A WARE— Wilmington. 



can Newspaper Directory has not, in recent 
years, thought it well to attempt to deal with 
question. 



DELA WARE— Wilmington. 



the 

SUN; Wednesdays; republican; four 
pages 153^x22; subscription $1; established 
1897; Geo. W. Roberts, editor and publisher 
(1—8). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for an 
average issue of 3,918 in 1898, since which time 
it has not furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with printing more 
than 2,250 copies for the year 1901 and more 
than 1,000 in igo6 and 1907. 

SUNDAY MORNING STAR ; Sun- 
days; independent; twelve pages 17x24; sub- 
scription S1.50; established 1881 ; Jerome B. 
Bell, editor; The Star Printing Company, 
publishers (12—5). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 5,374 in 1894 fand 9,235 in 



1905, since which it has not furnished a report, 
but was credited with more than 7,500 in 1907. 
TIMES; Sundays ; democratic; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
February, 1903; Democrat Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers (11—5 P) 
(A A). 

MONTHLY. 

DELAWARE WORKMAN; month- 
ly; Ancient Order of United Workmen ; eight 
pages 13x18; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1896; J. H. Martin, editor and pub- 
lisher (2-6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,800 in 1897 
and 3,530 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished a definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



Population 278,718 1. Land Area 60 sq. miles. 

A district of the United States containing the federal capital, and having the 
river Potomac as its southwest boundary, and enclosed on all other sides by- 
Maryland. Number of newspapers and other periodicals (March 30, 1908), 63, 
divided as follows : Daily, 4; weekly, 20; semi-monthly, 1; monthly, 33; bi- 
monthly, 2; quarterly, 2. 



WASHINGTON, c.h, Capital of 

the United States. 278,718t pop,, on Bal- 
timore & Ohio, Chesapeake & Ohio, Phila- 
delphia. Wilmiugtou & Baltimore and 
Southern Rds. and Potomac r. Govern- 
mental center of United States, containing 
the Capitol and department buildings. 

DAILY. 

EVENING STAR; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Sunday morning; inde- 
pendent; daily sixteen to twenty, Saturdays 
thirty-two, Sunday fifty six pages 16x22; 
subscription— daily $6, Saturday $1, Sunday 
$1.50; established 18.52; The Evening Star 
Newspaper Company, publishers. Office. 1101 
Pennsylvania avenue (1—8). 

Copies sold : daily, 32,295 in 1900 

34,259 in 1901 
33,748 in 1902 
34,083 in 1903 
35,502 in 1904 
35,550 in 1905 
35,577 in 1906 
35,486 in 1907 
Sunday: 3i,3i8iniQo6 
34,122 in 1997 
To the daily edition of this paper Rowell's 
American Newspaper Directory accords the 
so-called Gold Marks (OO), the meaning of 
which is stated to be that advertisers value it 
more for the class and quality 08 its circulation 
than for the mere number of copies printed. 

^P"The absolute correctness 
of the latest circulation rating 
'accorded the Evening Star is 
guaranteed by the publishers 
of Rowell's American Newspa- 
per Directory, who will pay one 
hundred dollars to the first person who 
successfully controverts its accuracy. 

HERALD; every morning; twelve pages 
17x22; subscription— daily $1, Sunday $1.50; 
established 190rt; Scott C. Bone, editor; The 
Washington Herald Co., publishers (4— 7P). 

Copies printed: No definite and satisfactory 
statement has ever been secured from this 
paper, but it had credit for exceeding 20,000 
in 1907. 

POST; every morning; independent; 
daily twelve, Sunday thirty-six to flftyfour 
pages 20x24; subscription— daily $6, Sunday 
$1.50; •atablished— dally 1877; Beriah Wll- 
kins Estate, editor and publisher. OfHce, 
cor. Fourteenth street and Pennsylvania 
avenue (2 — 5). 

Copies printed : No definite and satisfactory 
statement of the number of its issues was ever 
obtained from this paper for either its daily or 
its Sunday issue, but the daily was believed to 
exceed 20,000 in 1907 and the Sunday 
to exceed 12,500 for the same year. 

TIMES ; every evening and Sunday morn- 
ing; independent; daily ten to sixteen, Sun- 
day fifty-two pages 18x23; subscription- 
evening and Sunday $5.50, evening $3, Sun- 



TEECr 




day $2.50; established 1894; Frank A. Munsey, 
editor and publisher. Office, Munsey build- 
ing (1--7). 
Copies printed: ### 

WEEKLY. 

ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER; 

Saturdays; military and naval; thirty-two 
pages 11x16; subscription $8 ; established 1870; 
J. E. Jenks, editor; The Army and Navy 
Publishing Company, publishers. Office, 
Bond building (1—4). 

Copies printed : # # # 
Publisher's announcement.— The Army and 
Navy Regibtek was established in 1879. 
On January 4, 1908, the 1,462 consecutive 
weekly number was printed. During these 
twenty-nine yeai s no issue has been missed. 
During the year 1907 the Army and Navy 
Register printed 32,896 lines more display 
advertising than the next highest medium 
of itis cl&ss 

In the panic months of 1907— October. No- 
vember and December- twenty-six annual 
advertising contracts expired, of which 
nineteen, 73 per cent, were renewed. The 
Army and Navy Register having made this 
record proves that it is a valuable medium 
for advertisers. 

The officers of the United States Army, 

Navy, Marine Corps and Revenue Cutter 

Service and their families, buy their food 

supplies in part through Subsistence Stores 

of the Commissary General of Subsistence, 

their personal outfits and furnishings for 

their dwellings, very largely by mall. Their 

expenditure for necessities and luxuries 

amounts to several million dollars each 

year. The Register is the one medium 

that surely reaches this class. 

BEE ; Saturdays ; negro ; eight pages 16x22 ; 

subscription $2; established 1882; W. C. 

Chase, editor ; Bee Publishing Co., publishers. 

Office. 1109 I street. N. W. (1—8). 

CHRONICLE; Tuesdays; republican; 
four pages 20x116; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1861; J. Q. Thompson, editor and pub- 
Usher. Office, 715 Eleventh street. N. W. 
COLORED AMERICAN; Wednes- 
days; republican; negro; sixteen pages 
103^x151^; subscription $2; established 1893; 
E. E. Cooper, editor and publisher. Office. 
459 C street, N.W. (A A). 

EVANGELIST; Thursdays; four pages 
101^x14; subscription 50 cents; established 
September, 1898; The People's Mission, edi- 
tors and publishers. Office, 910 Pennsyl- 
vania avenue, N. W. (11—7 P). 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; German; inde- 
pendent republican; eight pages 16x22; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1878; Dr. Chr. 
Strack, editor; Werner Koch, publisher. Of- 
fice, 710 Sixth street, N. W. ( 11—3). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies regularly in the 
years 1903 and 1904, but has not since set ud 
any claim for issuing so many. 

LAW REPORTER; Fridays; legal; 
twenty pages 7x10: subscription $8; estab- 
lished 'l874; R. A. Ford, editor; Law Reporter 
Company, publishers. Office. 518 Fifth street. 
N.W. (1-8). 
NATIONAL JOURNAL; Saturdays 

NATIONAL TRIBUNE; Thursdays; 
patriotic societies and general literature; 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Washington. 

eight pages 18x23; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1877; National Tribune Co., Inc. edi- 
tors and publishers (1 — 5). 

Copies printed: 110,630 in 1900 

107,770 in igoi 

104, 5gg in igo2 

1 06, 545 in igo3 

100, 2og in igo4 
In the absence of any report for 
1Q06 and 1907 this paper was credited 
with issuing more than 75,000 copies. 

NEW CENTURY; Saturdays; romau 
catholic; eight pages 18x23; subscription $2; 
established 188ti; C. Sevier, editor; H. J. Des 
mond, publisher. Office, Marj-land building 
(12-6). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 2,gg8 in igoo, since which 
time it has not furnished a definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with printing 
more than 2,250 copies for the year igo3 and 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

OFFICIAI. GAZETTE OF THE U. 
S. PATENT OFFICE; Tuesdays; pat 
ents; one hundred and sixtj' pages 8x11; 
Bubscription §5; established 1872; United 
States Patent Office, editors and publishers 
( \—% ). Does not insert advertisements. 

PATHFINDER; Saturdays; news 
review; sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $1; 
established 1894; Pathfinder Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers. Office. Twenty fourth 
and Detroit sts., N. E. Post office address. 
Pathfinder, D. C. (12—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 28,204 in igoi, since which 
time it has not furnished a definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with printing 
more than 20,000 copies in the year igo2, and 
exceeding 12,500 in 1907. 

PATRIOT; Saturlays; liquor interests; 
eight pages 11x15; subscription $3.00; estab- 
lished 1894; J. G. Deponai, publisher. Office, 
Harper building (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2.226 in 1900 
2,696 in 1907 
RECORD; Fridays; independent: four 
pages 15x22: subscription $1.50: established 
1837; E. W. Lanipton, editor and publisher. 
Office. 1700 Vermont ave., N. W. (9—6). 

Copies printed : Tiiis paper never made a 
definite and satisfactory report, but has had 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 in 
1906 and 1907. 

REVIEW AND SABBATH HER- 
ALD; Thursdays; adventist; twenty-four 
pages 8i^xl2Vo; subscription $1.50; Review 
and Herald Publishing Association, editors 
and publishers. Office, Tacoma Parle (1—7). 
Does not Insert advertisements (AA). 

SENTINEL.; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four page820x26; subscription $3: established 
1874; Louis Schade. editor and publisher. 
Office, 804 E street, TS. W. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies regularly in the 
year igoo, but has not since set up any claim 
for issuing so manv. 

SUNDAY HERALD: Sundays (A A). 

TRADES UNIONIST; Thursdays: 
trade union; four pages 15x22; subscription 
tl; established 1896; T.M. Ling, editor; Trades 
Unionist Publishing Co.. publishers. Office, 
441-443 G street, N. W. (10—3). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for an 
average issue of 1,754 in 1903, since wliich 
time it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with printing more than 1,000 copies 
in 1906 and 1907. 

U. S. (^iOVERNftlENT ADVER- 
TISER; Thursdays; government con- 
tracts; sixteen pages 10x14; subscription $5; 
established 1882; Rldenour & Jenks, editors 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Washington. 

and publishers. Office, Washington Post 
building. 

Copies printed: For tlie year 1899 '''is paper 
seemed to assert tliat it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made any renewal of tiie claim. 

YOUTH'S INSTRUCTOR; Tuesdays; 
adventist; eight pages lOJ^xlS}^; subscrip- 
tion 75 cents; established 1852; Fannie M. 
DIckerson. editor; Review and Herald Pub- 
lishing Association, publishers. Office, Ta- 
coma Farl< (12- 6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit for 
an issue ot i2,855i in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished a satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 7,500 in 1907. 

SEMI-MONTHLY. 

SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL; semi- 
monthlv; commerce; thirty-six pages 9x14; 
subscription $2; established 1906; Woodworth 
& Clum. editors and publishers. Office, Mun- 
sey building (10—6 PJ (A A ). 

MONTHLY. 

AMERICAN FEDERATIONIST; 

monthly; labor; one nundred pages 7x10; 
subscription $1; established 1894; Samuel 
Gompers, editor; American Federation of 
Labor, publishers. Office, 423 G street, N. W. 

Copies printed : This publication has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory report, 
but has been credited with issuing more than 
20,000 in 1901 and more than 17,500 
in 1907. 

AMERICAN MONTHliY MAGA- 
ZINE; Daughters of American Revolution; 
one hundred pages 7x10; subscription $1; 
established 1892: Mrs E. M. Avery, editor; 
National D. A. H., publishers. Office. 9(2 F 
street. N. W. (1—8). 

Copies printed : Tiiis paper had credit for 
an average issue of 3,075 in 1904 and 3,625 in 
1905, since which time it has not furnished a 
definite and satisfactory report, but was cre- 
dited with printing more than 2,250 copies for 
for the years 1906 and 1907. 

ARMY AND NAVY MAGAZINE; 
monthlv; army and navy; forty-eight pages 
7x103^2 ; subscription $3; established 1893; Her- 
bert Cecil Lewis, editor and publisher. Office, 
6U6 F street. N.W. 

Copies printed : This publication never fur- 
nished information on the subject, but was be- 
lieved to issue more than 2,250 copies in 1895, 
more than 1,000 in igoo and not so many in 
1906 and 1907. 

BUFF AND BLUE; monthly; literaryj 
sixty-eight pages 6x9; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1891; H. D. Drake, editor; T. A. 
Lindstrom, publisher. Office. Kendall Green. 

CATTARIAN: monthly; cats; six- 
teen pages 6^x10^4; subscription .$1; estab- 
lished 1903; Mabel Cornish-Bond, editor; U. 
S. Official Register Association, publishers. 
Office, 310 First street. S. E. (1—7). 

CHILDREN'S STAR 3IAGAZINE» 
monthly: juvenile: thirty six pages 9x12; 
subscription S2; established November, 1907; 
Elizabeth C. Wickershani, editor; The Chil- 
dren's Star Publishing Company, publishers. 
Office, The Sherman (2-8P). 

CHURCH MILITANT; monthly; 
protestant -episcopal ; twelve to sixteen 
pages 9x12: subscription $1; established 1896; 
organ of the Bishop of Washington; Rev. C. 
L. Stetson, editor; C. T. Warren, manager. 
Office, 820 F street, N. W. 

Copies printed : This publication had credit 
for 2,791 in i8g8, for more than 2,250 in 1900,. 
more than 1,000 in igo2 and a smaller number 
in 1905 and 1907. 

CROP REPORTER; monthly; agri- 
cultural; eight pages 9x12; established 1899; 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Washington. 

U. S. Deoartmeutof Agriculture, editors aud 
publishers (1—8). Does not insert adver- 
tisements. 

DYE'S GOVEItX^IENT COUNTER- 
FEIT DETECTOR; monthly; seventy 
pages 6x9; subscription $3; established 185U; 
F. A. Lester, editor and publisher. Office, 
Corcoran building (7—3 P). 

Copies printed : No definite and satisfactory 
information concerning the editions issued has 
ever been obtained, but was credited with more 
than 2,250 in 1896 and more than 1,000 ever 
since, including 1907. 

ELECTRICAL. WORKER; month- 
ly; International Brotherhood of Electrical 
Workers; one hundred and thlrtv six pages 
6x9; established December, 1900; H W.Sher- 
man, editor and publisher. Office, Corcoran 
building. 

FEATHER; monthly; poultry and 
pigeons; sixteen pages 10»^xl2^; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; establislied 189.5; George E. 
Howard, editor and publisher. Office, 714 
Twelfth street, N. W. (12— 4). 

Copies printed : 12,333 in iQoo, since which 
its reports have not been definite and satis- 
factory, but it was credited with issuing more 
than 7,soo in 1905 and 1907. 

FORESTRY AND IRRIGATION; 

monthly; forestry and irrigation: sixty-eight 
pages 7x10; subscription $1; established 1895; 
Taomas E. Will, editor; American Forestry 
Association, publishers. Office, 1311 G street, 

N. W. (1— 8). 

Copies printed: 6,y66 in 1902 
7,316 in 1903 
8,037 in 1907 

^GEORGETOWNCOLLECiE JOUR- 
NAL; monthly during college year; col- 
legiate; sixty-two pages 8x10; subscription 
451.50; established 1872; students of George- 
town University, editors and publishers 
(1-5). 

Copies printed : This periodical had credit 
for an average issue of 1,090 for the year 1904, 
but has not since made claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 

INVENTIVE AGE AND PATENT 
INDKX ; monthly; Inventions; sixteen 
pages 11x14; subscription Jl; established 1889; 
E. G. Slggers, publisher. Office, 918 F street, 

N. W.a~8)._ 

Copies printed: 7,350 in 1897 and 3,041 in 
1903, since which no definite and satisfactory 
report has been received, but was given credit 
for more than 2,250 in 1006 and 1907. 

JOURNAL OF THE KNIGHTS 
OF LABOR; monthly (A A). 

LIFE AND HEALTH; monthly; 
melical; thirty-six pages 7x10: subscription 
50 cents; established 1H85; G. H. Heald. M.D., 
editor; Review and Herald Publishing As- 
sociation, publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed : 14,208 in 1905, but different 
reports covering the same period fail to accord 
one with the other. Credited with exceeding 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MACHINISTS' MONTHLY JOUR- 
NAL; International Association of Machin- 
ists; ninety-six pages 7x10: subscription $1; 
established 1888; D. Douglas Wilson, editor 
and publisher. Office, 418 McGlU building 
<12-5). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issuejof 35,333 in 1901 and 58,000 
in 1905, since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 40,000 in 1907. 

MODEL MAGAZINE; monthly (A A^ 
NATIONAL BAPTIST MAGA 
ZINE; monthly (A A). • 
NATIONAIi GEOGRAPHIC 

MAGAZINE; monthly; geography; ninety 
pages 7x10; subscription $250; established 
1888; Gilbert H. Grosvenor, editor; National 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Washington. 

Geographic Society, publishers. Office, Hub- 
bard Memorial Hall (1—8). 

Copies printed: 36,250 in 1907 
NATIONAL HIBERNIAN; monthly; 

Ancient Order of Hibernians; eight pages 
18x24; subscription $1 ; established Febru- 
ary, 1901; P. J. Haltigan, editor and publish- 
er. Office, H14 Louisiana avenue, N. W. (1—8). 

Copies printed 144,000 in 1903 
166,000 in 1904 
178,250 in 1905 
183,417 in 1906 
185,666 in 1907 

NATIONAL LIVE STOCK BUL- 
LETIN ; monthly (A A). 

NEW AGE; monthly; Scottish Rite Ma- 
sons; eighty pages 7x10: subscription $1.50; 
established June, 1904; George F. Moore, edi- 
tor; Supreme Council Scottish Masons, pub- 
lishers. Office, 714 Twelfth street, N. W. 
(11-5 P). 

Copies printed : This paper never furnished 
a definite and satisfactory report, but had credit 
for more than 1,000 in 1905 and 1907. 

NAVY; monthly (A A). 

NEWS-LETTER; monthly; religious; 
sixty four pages 8x12; subscription $1; fes- 
tabllshed 1897; Oliver C; Sabln, editor and 
publisher. Office, 1329 M street. N. W. 

Copies printed : For the year 1903 this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to furnish 
such definite information as would warrant the 
accordance of a rating to that effect; It has 
not since made any renewal of the claim. 

PATENT RECORD ; monthly; pat- 
ents; twenty-four pages 103^x15; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1898; Patent Record 
Company, editors and publishers. Office, 
719-721 Thirteenth street, N. W. 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 47,916 in 1899, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but has 
been credited with printing more than 20,000 
copies since 1901 and including 1907. 

POSTAL RECORD; monthly; twenty- 
eight pages 9x12; subscription $1 ; established 
1887; Edward J. Cantwell, editor; National 
Association of Letter Carriers, publishers. 
Office, Traders' National Bankbldg. (1— «). 

Copies printed : 15,416 in 1900 
16,958 in 1902 

'9.375 in 1904 
19,227 in 1905 
19,165 in igo6 
21 312 in 1907 

POSTMASTERS' ADVOCATE; 

monthly ; postal service ; twenty four pages 
llJ^xlSi^; subscription 50 cents;" established 
1895; J. Wm. McKinley, editor and publisher. 
Office, May building (1—8). 

Copies printed: 26,^:^^ in 1905, 
37,031 for year ending June, 1907. 

RECORDS OF THE PAST: month 
ly; thirty two pages 7?4xll; subscription $2; 
established 1901; G. Fi^ederlck Wright, edi- 
tor; Records of the Past Exploration So- 
ciety, publishers. Office, 215 Third street. 
S.E.(12-5). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit for 
an average issue of 5,000 in 1902, since which 
time i. has not furnished a definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with printing 
more than 4,000 copies for the year 1903 and 
more than 2,250 in 1905 and 1907. 

RED LETTER MAGAZINE; month- 
ly (A A). 
SABBATH SCHOOL WORKER; 

monthly; adventlst; nixteen pages 7x10; sub- 
scription 35 cents; established 1887: O. B. 
Thompson, editor; Review and Herald Pub- 
Ushlug Association, publishers. Office, Ta- 
eoma Park (1—7). Does not Insert adver- 
tisements. 

STONE CUTTERS' JOURNAL; 
monthly; labor; twenty pages 10x14; sub- 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Washington. 

scriptlon $1; established 1887; James F. Mc- 
Hugh, editor and publisher. Office. 803 Fifth 
street. N. W. (4—3). 

Copies printed : This paper never furnished 
a definite and satisfactory report, but had credit 
for exceeding 4,000 in 1903 and 1907. 

VIEWS ; monthly; insurance; twenty- 
four to thirty-two pages 9x11; subscription 
$2; established 1888; Max Cohen, editor and 
publisher. Office. 509 Seventh St., N.W. (1—8). 

Copies printed: 3,250 in 1903 
3,700 in 1907 

BI-MONTHLY. 

AMERICAN ANNALS OF THE 
DEAF; bi-monthly, during school year; 
one hundred and twenty eight pages 6x9; 
subscription $2; established 1848; Edward 
Allen Fay, editor and publisher. Office. Ken- 
dall Green (1—8). 

Copies printed : 1,100 in 1900 

1,100 in 1991 

1,100 in 1904 

1,100 in 1905 

1,100 in 1906 

1,110 in 1907 

JOURNAL, OF THE U. S. INFAN- 
TRY ASSOCIATION; bi monthly, Jan- 



DISITRICT OF COLUMBIA— Washington. 

uary, March, May, July, September and No- 
vember; military; one hundred and eighty 
to two hundred and twelve pages 6x9; sub- 
scription $3; established 1904; H. U. Clark, 
editor; The U. S. Infantry Association, pub- 
lishers. Office, 1T44 G street, N.W. f 1— 8). 
Copies printed: 2,420 in 1907 
QUARTERLY. 

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY COU- 
RIER; quarterly, January, April, July and 
October; educational; eight to twelve pages 
9x12; subscription 25 cents; established 1891; 
W. L. Davidson, editor; The American Uni- 
versity, publishers. Office, 1419 F st.. N. W. 
(12-5). 

Copies printed : This paper had credit tor 
issuing more tlian i 000 copies regularly in the 
years 1903 and 1904, but lias not since set up 
any definite and satisfactory claim for issuing 
so many. 

JOURNAL, OF THE AMERICAN 
SOCIETY OF NAVAL ENGINEERS; 
quarterly, February, May, August and No- 
vember; naval and marine engineering; 
three hundred and eiglit to three hundred 
and eighty pages 6x9; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1889; American Society of Naval En- 
gineers, editors and publishers. Office, Navy 
Department (7—5). 



FLORIDA. 



Population 528,542 1. Land Area 54,240 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by Alabama and Georgia, east by the Atlantic Ocean, south 
by the Straits of Bimini and the Gulf of Mexico, and west by the Gulf of Mexico 
and Alabama. State capital : Tallahassee. Principal products and industries: 
Cotton, lumber, tobacco, oranges and tropical fruit, and cigar manufacturing. 
Number of newspapers and other periodicals (March 30, 1908), 157, divided as 
follows: Daily, 16; semi-weekly, 3; weekly, 127; monthly, 11. 

The cities of over 3,000 population, according to the United States census of 
1900 (t), are as follows: 



Jacksouville 28,429t 

Pen sacola 17,747+ 

Key West 17,114f 

Tampa 15.839+ 

Ht. Augustine 4,27iJ+ 

LakeCity 4,013t 



GainesTille 3,633t 

Ocala 3,380t 

Palatka 3,301t 

Feriiandiua 3,2454- 

Apniachicola 3,077t 



A1,ACIIV A, Alachua Co. b 206t pop., 
at Junction of Atlantic Coast Line and Sea- 
board Air Line Rds., about 20 m. N. W. of 
Gainesville, the county seat. 
POST; Fridays (A A). 

APALAGHICOLA, o. h., Franklin 

Co. "1113,077+ pop., at mouth of Apalachicola 

r. on Apalachicola bay. Boats to Columbus, 

Ga., and way landings four times a week. 

Lumber, flsh and oyster trade and sponge 

fishing. 

TIMES ; Saturdays; neutral; four pages 

9x13; subscription $1; established 1886 ; H. 

W. Johnston, editor and publisher. 

APOPKA, Orange Co. D 400t pop.— of 
township718+— on Atlantic Coast Line and 
Seaboard Air Line Rds., 150 m. S. of Jack- 
sonville. Fruit. 
ORANGE CO. CITIZEN; Saturdays; 

democratic; eight page8l5x22; subscription 

$1; established 1896; L. D. Geiger, editor and 

publisher. 

ARCADIA, O. h., De Soto Co. g 799t 
pop.— of township 1,449— on Plant System 
Rd., about 50 m. S. of Bartow. Oranges, 
vegetables, cattle and abundant phosphate. 

DESOTO CO. CHAMPION; Thurs 
days; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1895; Mrs. NevaC. Child, editor and 
publisher. 

DE SOTO CO. NEWS; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 16x22; subscription $1; 
established 1887; Walter Graham, editor; De 
Soto Publishing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

BARTOW, c. h., Polk Co. g l,983t 
pop.— of township 2,390+— on Plant System 
Rd. and Peace r., about 38 m. E. of Tampa. 
Farming, orange growing and manufact- 
uring. Center of the pebble phosphate belt. 

COURIER INFORMANT; Wednes- 
days; democratic; eight pages 15x22: sub- 
scription $1 ; established — Informant 1881, 
Courier 1877. consolidated 1888; D. B. Sweat, 



editor; The Polk County Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. 
POLK CO. RECORD; Fridays (A A). 

BLOUNTSTOWN, Calhcun Co. tl 

800 pop., on Apalachicola r. Steamboat 

connection between Apalachicola, Fla., 

and Columbus, Ga., 28 m. 8. W. of Qulncy. 

CALHOUN DEMOCRAT; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1: established 1904; A. Max Wil- 
son, editor and publisher (2—5). 

BRAIDENTOWN, c. h.. Manatee 

Co. p 900+ pop. (of township), at head of 
navigation on Manitee r., 6 m. from its 
mouth. Cigar factory, oranges, vegetables 
and flsh. 
HERALiD; Thursdays; democratic; four 

pages 24x36; subscription $1; established 1900; 

W. C. Llghtfoot. editor and publisher (1—7). 
MANATEE RIVER JOLRNAl-- 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; eight pages 

18x24; subscription $1 ; established 1888; J. H. 

Humphries, editor and publisher (6—8). 

B R O N S O N, c. h., Levy Co. a 799t 
pop. (of township), on Florida Central & 
Peninsular Rd..24m. S. W. of Gainesville. 
Saw mill, cotton gin and barrel factory. 
Center of the phosphate and turpentine 
belts. Agriculture and lumbering. 
LEVY TIMES-DEMOCRAT; 

Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 13x20; 

subscription $1; established 1882; Oliver J. 

Farmer, editor and publisher (7—5). 

BROOKSVIIiLE, c. h., Hernando 

Co. D 641+ pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
way System, about 75 m. S. W. of Ocala. 
Growing of oranges, semi-tropical fruits, 
vegetables, corn, sugar, tobacco; naval 
stores, cedar, cypress and pine lumber, wool 
and phosphate. 

SOUTHERN ARGUS; Thursdays: 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established January, 19U2; A. M.C.Rus- 
sell, editor; Russell Publishing Company, 
publishers (7-5). 

STAR; Fridays; democratic; four to 
six pages 20x26 ; subscription $1; established 
1886; J. C.Burwell. editor and publisher. 

CHIPLEY, Wa$hington Co. t2 652t 
pop., on LoulSTllle & Nashville Rd., 118 m. 
E. of Pensacola. Milling, lumbering, cotton 
growing and farming. 
BANNER; Saturdays; democratic; four 



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FLORIDA. 



pages lfix22; subscription $1; established 1886; 
T. C. Joues, editor and publisher. 

CLEARWATER HARBOR, 

Hillsboro Co. p 325 pop., on Sanford & 

St. Petersburg Rd.. located on the Gulf of 

Mexico, 30 m. W. of Tampa, the county 

seat. Fruit culture. 

WEST HILLSBORO PRESS; Fri- 
days; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; 
established 1894; Leroy Brandon, editor; 
Press Publishing Company, publishers. 

COCOA, Brevard Co. ^i 382tpop., on 
Florida East Coast Rd. and Indian r.. 20 m. 
S. of Tltusville, the county seat. Stock j 
raising, fruit and truck growing. Agri- i 
culture. Winter resort. | 

COCOA AND ROCKLEI>GE< 

NEWS; Thursdays; twelve pages 9x14; sub- 
scription $1; established 1895; E. D. Oslln, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

CRAWFORDVILLE, c h., Wa-^ 

kulla Co. \} 799+ pop. (of township), on 

Tallahassee & Georgia Rd., 2)4 m. E. of 

Carrabelle. Saw mills. 

GULF COAST BREEZE; Fridays; 
Independent; eight pages 13.\2U; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1897; C. D. Robertson, 
editor; G. M. Shepard, publisher. 

DADE CITY, c. h., Pasco Co. u 509t 

pop., on Florida Central & Peninsular and 

Plant System Rds., about 32 m. N. E. of 

Tampa. Saw mill and wagon manufactory. 

PASCO CO. DE3IOCRAT; Wednes 
days; democratic; four pages 17x24; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1887; John B. Johnston, 
editor; J. B. Johnston & Son, publishers. 

DAYTON A, Volusia Co. D 5,229 pop., 
on Florida East Coast Rd. and Halifax r., 74 
m. S. of St. Augustine. Growing of oranges, 
strawberrlesand vegetables, and manufact- 
ure of lumber. Summer and winter resort. 
Automobile race course. 

GAZETTE-NEWS; Saturdays; demo 
cratic; four pages 18x22; suljscrlptiou $1.50; 
established 1889; T. E. Fitzgerald, editor; 
Gazette-News Company, publishers (1— s). 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

HALIFAX JOURNAL; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1.50; established 1883; J, M. Jolley, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, c.h.,>rai. 

ton Co. ^ 1,800 pop., on Louisville & Nashville 
Rd., 80 m. E. of Pensacola. Seat of Florida 
Chautauqua Assembly and Palum College. 
BREEZE; Thursdays; democratic; eight 



pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; established 1892; 
R. W. Storrs, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,036 in 1906 
1,148 in 1907 

DE FUNIAK HERALD; Fridaya; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1894; J. T. Stubbs, editor and 
publisher. 

STOCK MANi monthly ; live stock ; 
twelve pages 9x12; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished April, 1901; R. W. Storrs, editor; 
Stockman Publishing Company, publishers. 
Copies printed: This periodical had 
credit for an issue of 1,500 in 1902, 
since which time it has not furnished a 
report, and was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 for the year 1903, but 
nothing to sustain so high a rating has 
since been received. 

DE LAND, c. h., Volusia Co. D 2,500 
pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rd., 108 m. 8. 
of Jacksonville. Agriculture, gardening 
and fruit growing. Starch manufactory. 
Seat of John B. Stetson University. 

FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST; 

Wednesdays (▲ A). 

INDUSTRIAL HERALD ; Satur- 
days; four pages lTJ^x24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished May, 19()4; R. H. Mack, editor and 
publisher (11—5) (A A). 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; six pages 
15}^x22; subscription $1; established 1887; C. 
O. Codrington, editor; News Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies regularly, but such definite informa- 
tion as would warrant such a rating has 
never been forthcoming. 

SUPPLEMENT; Wednesdays; local; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1891; S. M. Johnston, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

VOLUSIA CO. RECORD: Saturdays; 
democratic: four pages 18x24: subscription 
$1.50; established 1888: B. E. Prevatt. editor 
and publisher. 

SOUTHERN FIELD AND HOME; 
monthly; agriculturiil; ei»iht pages I4%xl5; 
subscription 25ceut3; established 1888; South- 
ern Field and Home Company, editors and 
publishers (A A). 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than ^ t,ooo 
copies regularly, but such definite in- 
formation as would warrant such a 
rating has never been forthcoming. 

ESTERO, Lee Co. P 225 pop., on Es- 
tero r., 16 m. S. of Myers. 

FLAMING SWORD; monthly; ad 
vance thought; thirty six pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $1; established 1889; U G.Morrow, 
editor; Guiding Star Publishing House, pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,300 in 1900 
2,248 in 190 1 
2,000 in 1902 
1,200 in 1905 
1,252 in 1906 
1,305 in 1907 

E U S T I S , Lake Co. D 600 pop., on 
Plant System, 5 m. N. E. of Tavares and 
150 S. of Jacksonville. Orange growing 
and gardening. 

EUSTIS LAKE REGION; Fri 

days; democratic; four pages 18x24 ; subscrlp- 



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tlon $1.50; established 1884; C. H. Newell, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

FERNANDINA,c. h., Nassau Co. ^ 

3,245+ pop., on Florida Central & Peninsular 
Rd., Amelia Island and Amelia r., 33 m. N. 
by N. W. of Jacksonville. Oyster canning. 
Manufactures lumber, sashes and blinds. 
Fine liarbor. 

NASSAU CO. STAR AND FliOR- 
IDA MIRItOK.; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x2U; subscription $1; estab- 
lished— S<ar 189T, Mirror 1878, consolidated 
October, 19U1; H. P. Trimble, editor; Feruan- 
dina Publishing Co., publishers (A A). 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1889 ; S. W. Mauncy, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

RECORD; Fridays (A A). 

FORT MYERS (Myers P. O.). Lee 
Co. p 1,700 pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rd., 
18 m. E. of Gulf of Mexico. 

PRESS; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1884; P. A Ruhl, editor; Ruhl & Stout, pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

TROPICAIi BREEZE; Thursdays; 
four pages 15x21; subserij)tion $1.50; estab- 
lished 1906: W. E. Grlffls, editor; Griffis Brjs.. 
publishers ( 10-6 P). 

FORT PIERCE, St. Lucie Co. n- 918 
pop., on Florida East Coast Rd., 242 m. S. of 
Jacksonville. Pineapple and orange grow^- 
ing and fishing. Winter resort. 

NEWS; Fridays; local; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 19i'3: Charles S. 
Emerson, editor and publlslier (10— 5 P). 

ST. LUCIE CO. TRIBUNE; Fridays; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished July, 19U5; A. K.Wilson, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding i,ooo in 1907. 

AMERICAN BEE KEEPER; mouth 
ly; bee culture; thirty-six to forty pages 
6x9; subscription 50 cents; established 1890; 
Harry E. HID, editor; W. T. Falconer Mfg. 
Co., Falconer, N. Y., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 3,000 in 1907 

GAINESVILLE, c. h.. Alachua Co. [j 

7,851 pop., on Seabord Air Line, Atlantic 
Coast Line, and Gainesville & Gulf Rds., 
40 m. W.of Palatka, 70 S.W. of Jacksonville 
and 100 S. W. of Fernandina. Agriculture 
and orange growing. Phosphate, naval 
stores and truck farming. University of 
Florida. Manufacturing. 

SUN; every morning except Monday, and 
SEMI -WEEKLY; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription— daily $5, semi- 
weekly $1; established — daily 1880, semi- 
rreekly 1886; H. H. McCreary, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1906 
and 1907 the daily issue of this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
v^^ould warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

For the years 1906 and 1907 the semi- 
weekly edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 



FLORIDA. 



would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

CHRISTIAN STANDARD; Satur- 
days (A A). 

ELEVATOR; Thursdays; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established October, 
1905; F. Prescott Bullock, editor; The Eleva- 
tor Publishing Co. , Dublishers (12—5 P). 

FLORIDA SCHOOL EXPONENT; 
monthly; educational; sixteen to thirty two 
pages 9x12; subscription $1 ; established 1893; 
T. F. McBeath, editor and publisher (6—5). 

GREENCOVE SPRINGS, c. h., 

Clay Co. ^ 929tpop.— of township 1,561+— on 
Jacksonville, Tarn pa & Key West and South- 
western Rds. and St. Johns r., 30 m. S. of 
Jacksonville and 25 N. of Palatka. Copious 
sulphur spring, car shops, brick and wood 
works. Large lumber interests. Fruit and 
vegetable center. * 

CLAY CO. TIMES; Fridays; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1; established 
1898; Harry O. Decker, editor and publisher. 

INVERNESS, ell., Citrus Go. U 950 
pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rd., about 32 
m. N. by N. W. of Dade City. Phosphate 
mining and orange shipping, truck farm- 
ing. 

CITRUS CO. CHRONICLE; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1893; Walter F. 
Warnoek. editor and publisher (1—8). 

JACKSONVILLE, c. h.. Duval Co. ^ 

28,429+ pop. — local estimate 50.000 ^ on 
Georgia Southern, Florida East Coast, Jack- 
sonville & Southwestern, Southern Rail- 
way, Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard Air 
Line Rds. and St. Johns r., about 140 m. S. 
by S. W. of Savannah, Ga. A winter re- 
sort. Manufactures lumber, marmalade, 
moss soap, naval stores, fertilizers and 
machinery. Shipbuilding. 
DAILY. 

FLORIDA TIMES-UNION; every 
morning, and FARMER AND FRUIT 

GROWER, semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; democratic; daily ten to forty, 
semi- weekly eight pages 17x23; subscription 
—dally $6, semi weekly $1; established 1865; 
Geo. W. Wilson, editor; Florida Publishing 
Company, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: daily, 11,581 in 1907. 

No definite information was ever ob- 
tained concerning the weekly, but it 
had credit for exceeding 1,000 since 
1901. 

To the daily edition of this paper 
Rowell's American Newspaper Direc- 
tory accords the so-called .Gold Marks 
(0 0), the meaning of which is stated 
to be that advertisers value it .more for 
the class and quality of its circulation 
than for the mere number of copies 
printed. 

METROPOLIS; every evening except 
Sunday; independent -democratic; dally 
eight, Saturday eight to sixteen pages 
17^x24; subscription $5: established 1887; 
W. R. Carter, editor; Rufus A. Russell, bus- 
iness manager; Carter & Russell Publishing 
Company, publishers (3—4). 

Copies printed: 6,231 in 1900 
7,018 in 1902 
8,398 in 1903 
8,760 in 1904 



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FLORIDA. 



8,930 in 1905 
9,432 in 1906 
10,830 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement. — The Jackson- 
ville, Fla., Metkopolis is Jacksonville's 
best paper. The sworn circulation for 
1907 shows 10,8:30 copies dally. We are now 
printing and selling over 11,000 copies daily, 
which is by far the greatest circulation 
ever attained by any newspaper in 
Florida. The population of Jacksonville 
is about 50.000 souls. We cover Jackson- 
ville most thoroughly and have a large 
circulation In the State outside of Jackson- 
ville. If j'ouuse the Metropolis you cover 
the Cit5' of Jacksonville and Florida most 
thoroughly. The Metropolis is the only 
paper in Jacksonville that permitted the 
Association of A.merican Advertisers to 
make a thorou<2:h ftispection of its circula- 
tion books and accounts, and was Issued a 
certificate provin? every claim made. E. 
Katz, Temple Court, N. Y. Representative. 

WEEKLY. 
FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST; 

Wednesdays; agriculture; sixteen pages 
10^x15; subscription $1; established 1874; 
W. C. Steele, editor; Agriculturist Publish- 
ing Co., publishers (9—7 P). „ 

FLORIDA LABOR TE»1PLAR; 
Saturdays (A A) „ 

FRATERNAL LEDGER ; Saturdays; 
miscellaneous fraternal societies ; four pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established 1898; Eev. 
R. B. Brooks, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the years igoi 
and 1903 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the * accordance of a rating to that 
effect. It has not since made any re- 
newal of the claim. 

INDUSTRIAL RECORD; weekly; 
naval stores and lumber ; twenty- pages 
11x13^; subscription $2; established 1900; 
Record Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers (1—7). 

Copies printed: For the years 1902 
and 1903 this paper had credit for 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but has not since made any definite 
and satisfactory claim for issuing so 
many. 

MASONIC FORU M ! Saturdays; 
Masonic: f our nages 18x24; subscription $1; 
"Established 1900; D. A. Perrln, editor; J. H. 
Dlckerson. publisher (1— 5>. 

SUEDLICHE POST; Saturdays; Ger- 
man; ten to twelve pages 15x22: subscrip- 
tion .12: established June, 1907: Henry Jen- 
sen, editor: The Jensen Printing Company, 
publishers. ^.„^, „ ^ 

SUNDA\' SCHOOL LESSON :Satur 
days: Sundav school : four p«ges 18x24: snb 
scription $1: established 1900; H. G. Reid, 
editor and publisher. 

MONTHLY. 

FLORIDA FRATERNAL REt;- 
ORD; monthlv; fraternal societies; 
fifty-six pages 7x10; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1898; J. W. White, editor and publisher 

(1— «). 
WHARTON'S MAGAZINE; month 

ly (AA>. 

JASPER, c. h., Hamilton Co. \^ 993t 
pop., on Plant System and Georgia Southern 
& Florida Rds., about 30 m. N. W. of Lake 
City and 163 a. W. of Savannah, Ga. Cot- 
ton, sugar, rice, melons, oranges and tur- 
pentine. Cotton gins and lumber factories. 
BANNER OF LIBERTY; Thursdays; 

democratlo; four pages 18x24; subscription 



SI; established November, 1903; W. A. Snow, 
editor and publisher (1—5). 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; four pages 
18x2-l; subscription $1; established 1890; 
W. C. Caldwell, editor; Jasper Printing Co., 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

KEY WEST, c. h., Monroe Co. Q 

17,114+ pop.— local estimate 25,000— on the 
Gulf of Mexico and Key West Island. Ex- 
tensive cigar factories. Sponge and deep- 
sea fishing. Galveston, New York, New 
Orleans, Havana, Tampa and Miami steam- 
ers touch here. A port of entry. 
CITIZEN; dally except Sunday; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 16x22; subscription $5; 
established April, 1905 (succeeded Inter- 
Ocean); Walter W. Thompson, editor; The 
Citizen Publishing Co.. publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

ADVERTISER; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1890; J. T. Ball, editor: The Adver 
tiser Publishing Company, publishers. 

KISSIMMEE, c. h.. Osceola Co. cj 
1,132+ pop., on Florida Midland and Plant 
System Rds. and Lake Tohopekallga, 18 
m. S. of Orlando. Center of sugar and 
rice industries. Orange culture, early vege- 
tables and tobacco. Headquarters for cattle 
and sheep. 

VALLEY GAZETTE; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1; established 1897; W. B. Harris and P. A. 
Vans Agnew. editors and publishers. 

LAKE BUTLER, Bradford Co. b 

431 pop., on Georgia Southern & Florida, 

Jackson & Southwestern Rds., 15 m. N. W. 

of Starke, the county seat. Cotton, corn, 

fruit and strawberries. 

STAR; Fridays; four pages 15x22 ; sub- 
scription $1; established January, 1901; F. 
G. SchlU, editor and publisher. 

LAKE CITY, c. h., Columbia Co. b 

4,013+ pop., on Plant System, Georgia South- 
ern & Florida and Florida Central & Penin- 
sular Rds., 60 m.W. of Jacksonville and 106 
E. of Tallahassee, the State capital. Phos- 
phate mining, tobacco growing, timber and 
turpentine industries. Seat of State Agri- 
cultural College and U. S. Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station. Center of Sea Island 
cotton region. 

CITIZEN-REPORTER; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1874; Herbert L. Dodd, editor; 
Dodd Printing and Publishing Company, 
publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,245 for the year 1906, 
but has not since made definite and 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

FLORIDA INDEX; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished June, 1899; T. J. Appleyard, editor 
and publisher. 

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this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding i,ooo cop- j 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SUNDAY MO R N T N G BA ND 
JOURNAL.; Fridays (A A). 

liAKELAND, Pr^lk Co. g 3,013 pop., 

a health resort on Atlantic Coast Line Rd., ^ 
3J m. E. of Tampa. Fruit and vegetable 
culture; phosphate rock mining. 
POTiK CO. NEWS; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1899; R. R. Tomlin, editor and pub- I 
lisher. 

SUN; Fridays; democratic; four pages : 
15x22; subscriptiou$l; established 1884; P. M. 
Trammell, editor and pnblishf-r (11— fi) (A A), i 
Copies printed: For the year^ 1903 j 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 1 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 1 

li AUREIi HILL, Walton Co. u 609t 
pop., on Yellow River Rd., 68 m. N. E. of 
Pensacola. Syrup refinery, fruit and cot- 
ton raising and agriculture. 
OUR SOUTHERN HOME; Saturdays; 
local; four pages 10^x16; subscription $1; es- 
tablished January, 19U5; Krlc von Axelson, 
editor and publisher (8—5 P). 

LEESBURG, -^a^'* C'o. n 765t pop., 

on Florida Central & Peninsular and Plant 
System Rds. and St. Johns r., 11 ra. W. of ' 
Tavares, the county seat, and 143 S. of 
JackBonTlUe. Center of the great lake re- 
gion and orange belt of the State. 

COIMERCIAL; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 20x2t): subscription $2; established 
1876; Jos. H. C. Pratt, editor; South and East 
Florida Publishing Co., publishers. 

LIVEOAK, c. h., Suwannee Co. [^ 
1,659+ pop. — local estimate, 8,000— on Sea- 
board Air Line, Atlantic Coast Line, 
Suwannee & San Pedro and Live Oak, 
Perry & Gulf Rds., 83 m. E. of Tallahassee, 
the State capital, and .30 N. W. of Lake 
City. Sugar cane, cotton, sweet potatoes 
and early vegetables. 

DEMOCRAT; every • evening except 
Sunday; democratic; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $5; eitablished November, 1905; 
Live Oak Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers (1— 7P). 

FLORIDA CHRISTIAN ADVO- 
CATE; Tuesdays; methodist; eight pages 
13x20; subscription $1..50 ; established 1886 ; 
Live Oak Publishing Co.. publishers CI— 7). 
Copies printed: This paper had 
credit for issuing 3,214 in 1899, since 
which no definite and satisfactory re- 
port has been forthcoming, but it had 
credit for exceeding 2,250 in 1903 
and more than 1,000 in 1907. 

SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT; Fridays; 
eight to sixteen pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; 
established 1884; Live Oak Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers (6 — 5). 

Copies printed: No satisfactory re- 



port was ever obtained from this paper, 
but it had credit for issuing more than 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MACCLENNY, c. h., Baker Co. b 

350+ pop., on Florida Central & Peninsular 

Rd., 23 m. W. of Jacksonville. Growing of 

peaches, fruit and vegetables. 

STANDARD; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished 1899; Avery Powell, editor and 
publisher. 

MADISON, c. b., Maditon Co. ^ 84 t 
pop., on Florida Central & Peninsular Rd. 
Saw and cotton-seed oil mills and cotton 
factories. Farming. 

N E W ENTERPRISE ; Thursdays ; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished September, 1901; Columbus B.Smith, 
editor and publisher. 

RECORDER; Fridays; four pages 18x24 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1881; R. C. Dunn, 
editor; R. C. Dunn & Co., publishers. 

MANATEE, J/awa<«e Co. g 254 pop., 

on Seaboard Air Line Rd., 2 m. E. of 

Braidentown. 

RECORD} Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1903; Frank A. Walpole, editor and publisher 
(5—4). 

MARIANNA, c. h., Jackson Co. Yi 
900+ pop.-- of township 3,615+— on Louisville 
& Nashville Rd., 72 m. N. W. of Tallahassee, 
the State capital. Agriculture and stock 
raising. Turpentine. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; democratic; eight 
pages 1.5x22; subscription $1; established 
Mav, 1905; Jefferson Davis Stephens, editor 
and publisher (1-7) (A A). 

TIMES-COURIER; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1863; O. C. Moore and W. B. Fol 
som, editors and publishers (6 — 5,. 

WEST FLORIDA BUGAIL; Satur- 
days; negro; republican; four pages 17>^x24; 
subscription $1; established 1899; A. Purdee, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

WEST FLORIDA TRIBUNE; 
monthly; negro; eight pages 11x16; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1896; Jas. C. Forest, 
editor and publisher. 

MAYO, c. h., Lafayette Co. i^ l,347t pop. 

(of township), 20 m. S.W. of Live Oak, on 

Suwannee&San Pedro Rd. Agriculture. 

FREE PRESS; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription §1; established 
1890; J. B. Home, editor and publisher (6—5). 

MELBOURNE, Brevard Co. Q 400 
pop., on Indian r., 39 m. S. of Titusville. the 
county seat. Pineapple growing. Winter 
resort. 

TIMES; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 133^x19; subscription .fl; established 
1894; E. D"Oslin, editor and publisher (6—5). 

MIAMI, Dade Co. g l,681t pop., on 
Florida East Coast Rd. Fruit, winter vege- 



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tables and farming. Fishing and sponging. 
Winter resort. 

METROPOLIS; Fridays; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $2; established 1896; B. 
B. Tatum, editor; The Miami Printing Co., 
publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the. claim. 

NEWS? Wednesdays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50: established 1898; E. T. By- 
ington, editor and publisher. 

MILLIGAN, Santa Rosa Co. t] 680t 

pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 28 m. N. 

E. of Milton, the county seat. Fruit and 

lumber. 

HERA LD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 9x13; subscription $1; established 1900; 
Willis Garrett, editor and publisher. 

MILTON, c. h., Santa Rosa Co. bl,204t 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd. and 
Blackwater r., about 19 m. N. by N. E. of 
Pensacola. Wool, cotton, fruit and lumber. 

INDEX; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1888; E. A. Potter, editor; H. S. Seabrook, 
publisher. 

SANTA ROSA STAR; Thursdays 
(▲A). 

MONTICELIiO.c. h., Jefftrton Co.\^ 
l,076t pop., on Florida Central & Peninsular 
and Plant System Rds., 31 m. E. of Talla- 
hassee, the State capital, and 224 S. W. of 
Savannah, Ga. Agriculture, cotton and 
vegetable growing. 

NEWS; Fridays ; democratic ; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
January, I9u3; C. T. Carroll, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

NEW SMYRNA, Volutia Co. u 543 1 

pop., ou Florida East Coast Rd. and North 
Indian r., 1 m.W. from the Atlantic coast 
and 35 N. E. of Sanford. Fruit growing. 
Winter resort. 

BREEZE; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20: subscription $1; established 
1887; J. J. Birch, editor and publisher. 

OCALA c. h., Marion Co. D 5,000 
pop., on Seaboard Air Line, Atlantic Coast 
Line and Silver Springs, Ocala & Gulf Rds., 
i% m. from the famous Silver Spring. 
Foundry and machine shops. Sugar cane, 
oranges,phosphate, turpentine, lumber and 
truck farming. 

BANNER; every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays ; democratic ; 
daily four to eight, weekly twelve to sixteen 
pages 15x22: subscription— daily $5, weekly 
»1 ; established -daily 190?,weekly 1866; Frank 
Harris, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1899 
and 1907 the weekly edition of this 
paper seemed to assert that it had an 
average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

EVENING STAR; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKliY, Fridays; 



four pages— daily 15x22, weekly 20x26; sub- 
scription—daily $5, weekly $1; established— 

I daily 1895, weekly 1897; C.L.Bittinger. editor; 

I Bittinger & Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1899 
the weekly edition of this paper 
seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

FLORIDA ADVERTISER: Fridays; 
four pages 17x24; subscripticm $1; estab- 
lished July. 190!; S. M. Gibbs, editor; Adver- 
tiser Publishing Co., publishers (2—5 P). 
FLORIDA NEWS CARRIER: Sat 
urdays; negro; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $1; established July. 1904; James Dean, 
editor; J. W. Dukes, publisher (1—5) f A A). 

SOUTHERN WITNESS; Thursdays 
(▲A). 

ORLANDO, c. li., Orange Co. D 2,481t 
pop., on Florida Central & Peninsular and 
Plant System Rds., about 18 m. N. by N. E. 
of Kissimmee. Iron foundry. Oranges, 
pineapples, grapes and various vegetables. 

REPORTER -STAR; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days; democratic; dally eight, weekly twelve 
to sixteen pages 13x20; subscription— daily 
$5, weekly $1: e.^^tablished— daily September 
15. 1903; weekly 1896; R J. HalJy, managing 
editor; Reporter-Star Publishing Company, 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but the weekly edition 
had credit for exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays (A A). 

FLORIDA CHRISTIAN RE- 
CORDER; Thursdays; African methodist- 
episcopal; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1; established 1894; G. C. Henderson, editor; 
Florida Christian Recorder Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

SOUTH FLORIDA SENTINEL; 
Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription SI; established 1892; Josiah 
Ferris, editor and publisher (10-7 P). 

PALATKA, c. h., Putnam Co. b 

3,301+ pop., on Florida East Coast, Georgia 
Southern & Florida, Jacksonville, Tampa 
& Key West and Plant System Rds. and St. 
Johns r., 30 m. S. W. of St. Augustine, 75 S. 
of Jacksonville and 200 E. by S. E. of Talla- 
hassee, the State capital. Cotton, sugar, 
oranges and other fruits shipped by steain- 
boat to Jacksonville. Agriculture. Win- 
ter resort. 

NEWS AND ADVERTISER; Thurs 

days; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1894; Wm. A. Russell, 
editor; Russell & Vickers, publishers (2—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing 2,224 in 1902, since which 
no report has been forthcoming, but 
it was thought to print more than 1,000 
in 1906 and 1907. 

TIMES-HERALD; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22: subscription $1; 
established- Jlem/rf 1869. Times\9&'d; consoli- 
dated 1893; H. A. B. McKlnzie. editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 



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cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

PALMETTO,3f«»«fee Co.go69tpop., 

on Seaboard Air Line and Manatee r., 50 m. 

S. E. of Tampa. Canning factory, fertilizer 

plant. 

NEWS; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 16x22; subscription $1: established 
1894; J.W.Bell, editor and publisher (6-51 

PENSACOL.A, c.la., Escambia Co. ^ 

17,747+ pop., on Louisville & Nashvtlle 
and Pensacola, Alabama & Tenuessee Rds. 
and Pensacola bay, 8 m. from the Gulf of 
Mexico. Port of entry. Custom house and 
navy yard. 

JOURNA L. ; every morning* except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages ISJ^x? ; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $1; established— daily 1898, weekly 
1904; Frank L. Mayes, editor; The Journal 
Co., publishers (1—8). 
Copies printed: 

Daily, 1,887 i" 1901 
2,441 in 1902 
2,929 in 1903 
3,540 in 1904 
4,850 in 1905 
5,738 in 1906 
5,758 in 1907 
Weekly: 2,147 in 1907 
NEWS; every evening except Saturday, 
and WEEKliY. Fridays: democratic; daily 
and weekly eight, Sunday twenty pages 
18x24; subscription — daily $5, weekly 81; 
established 1889; News Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: No definite and sat- 
isfactory report has been obtained from 
this paper since 1899, and the publisher 
admits that he does not keep records 
that would make it possible for him 
to prepare such a report; but the daily 
edition has had credit for isstiing more 
than 1,000 copies regularly since 1900 
and including 1907. 

BROTHEKHOOD: Fridays (A A). 
FTiORIDA SENTINEli: Fridays; 
negro; republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50: established 1887; M. M.Lewey. 
editor and publisher. 

PERRY, c. h., Taylor Co. b l,314tpop. 

(of township), on Fenhollowav r.. about 2S 

m. from its mouth in the Gulf of Mexico. 

Sea Island cotton and tobacco. 

TAYLOR CO. HERALD; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 11x22; subscription 
»1; established 1903; J. O.Culpepper, editor; 
J. L. Dennis, publisher. 

PLANT CITY, HilUhoro Co. p 1,500 

pop., on Florida Central and Peninsular 

and Plant System Rds., 22 m. E. of Tampa, 

the county seat. Shipping point for oranges 

and vegetables. 

COURIER ; Fridays; democratic ; eight 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1884; P. A. Merrin. editor and publisher (10—7). 

PUNTA GORDA, De Soto Co. g 

1,300+ pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rd. and 
Charlotte Harbor. Fishing, phosphate min- 
ing, cattle raising and fruit growing. 

HERALD; Thursdays ; eight pages 13x20 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1893; A. P. 
Jordan, editor and publisher (1—8). 

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QUINCY, c. h., Gadsden Co. \^ 847t 
pop., on Florida Central & Peninsular Rd., 
24 m. N. W. of Tallahassee, the State cap- 
ital. Farming and fruit-growing section. 

GADSDEN CO. TIMES; Fridays; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished January, 1902; H. A. Love, editor and 
publisher. 

SAINT ANDREWS, Washington 

Co. "d 383+ pop. (of township), on St. An- 
drews bay, 100 m. E. by S. E. of Pensacola. 
A fish market and winter resort. 

ST. ANDREWS BUOY ; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; sub.scription 
$1; established April, 1891; Wm. A. Emmons,- 
editor and publisher (9— 5). 

SAINT AUGUSTINE, c. h., Saint 

John Co. -^ 6,157 pop., on Florida East 
Coast and St. Augustine & South Beach 
Rds. and on Bay of St. Augustine, 36 m. S. 
of Jacksonville. A well known winter re- 
sort. 

EVENING RECORD; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
—daily $5, weekly $1; established 1899; H. 
L. Brown, editor; The Record Company, 
publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,155 ^ I905» 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 1,000 in 
1906 and 1907. 

SAINT FRANCIS, Lake Co. u 50 

pop., on W. bank of St. Johns r., 10 m. W. 

of De Land. Agriculture and fruitgrowing. 

FLORIDA FACTS; monthly; demo- 
cratic; elsht pages 15x22: subscription 75 
cents; established 1890; John E. Harris, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—8). 

SAINT PETERSBURG, ^t«*6oro 

Co. p 4,500 pop., on Atlantic Coast Line 
Rd. and Tampa bay. Fruit and vegetable 
growing and fishing. Summer and winter 
resort. 

INDEPENDENT; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; Inde- 
pendent; daily eight, weekly eight to sixteen 
pages 15x22; subscription^aily $5, weekly 
$1.50; established — daily. November, 1907; 
weekly, March, 1906; Willis B. Powell, editor 
and publisher (1—8). See advertisement 
on followiug page. 

TI.IIES; Saturdays: eight pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1884; W. L. 
Staub, editor; Times Publishing Company, 
publishers. 

SANFORD, Orange Co. n 1,4501 pop., 
on Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West and 
Plant System Rds. and St. Johns r., 193 m. 
S. of Jacksonville. Shipping point for 
oranges, earlj' vegetables and fruits to 
Northern markets. Cigar, jelly and mar- 
malade factories. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; democratic; 
six pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1891; Frank V. Baker, editor and publisher. 

SAN MATEO,/'«<nam Co. ti 267t pop., 
on Florida East Coast Rd. and St. Johns r., 
about 6 m. S. E. of Palatka, the county seat. 
Orange growing. 
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pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1891 ; 
J. A. Crosby, editor and publisher. 

SARASOTA, Manatee Co. p 1,800 
pop. (of township), on Seaboard Air Line 
extension and Sarasota bay, 12 m. S. of 
Braidentown, the county seat. Truck farm- 
ing and orange growing. Summer and 
winter resort. 

TIMES; Thursdays; four pages 12x18; 
subscription $1.R0; established 1899; C. V. S 
Wilson, editor and publisher (2—8). 

STARKE, c. h., Bradford Co. ^ 972t 
pop., on Elorida Central & Peninsular and 
Atlantic, Suwannee River & Gulf Rds., 
45 m. S. W. of Jacksonville. Cotton, corn, 
sugar, oranges, strawberries and farming. 

BRADFORD CO. TEI.E(iRAPH; 

Fridays; democratic: eight pages 1:^x20; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1879 ; E. S. Matthews, 
editor and publisher. 

SUMTER VILLE, c. h., Sumter Co. 

D 886tpop. (of township), on Florida Cen- 
tral & Peninsular Rd., 37 m. S. of Ocala. 
Orange growing and stock raising. 

SUMTER CO. TIMES; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1881; "Walter Graham, editor 
and publisher. 

TALLAHASSEE, c. h., Leon Co. \2 
State Capital, 2,981+ pop., on Florida 
Central & Peninsular and Carrabelle.Talla- 



FLORIDA. 



hassee & Georgia Rds . about 2.3 ni. N. from 
Apalachee bay. Farming and fruit raising. 

SUN; Saturdays; democratic; sixteen 
pages 11x15; subscription $2; successor to 
Capital and Tallahasseean; Claude L'Engle, 
editor; Sun Company, publishers ("1—7). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding i,ooo in 1907. 

METROPOL.ITAN; Fridavs (A A). 

TRUE DEMOCRAT; Fridays (A A). 

TAMPA, c. h., Hillshoro Co. p 43,.500 

pop.— local estimate 60,(X)0— on Seaboard, 
Atlantic Coast Line and Tampa Northern 
Rds., Hillsboro r. and Tampa bay. A good 
harbor. Numerous cigar factories In opera- 
tion; manufacturing, lumber and phos- 
phates. Winter resort. 

MORNING TRIBUNE; every morn 
Ing, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight to twenty-four pages 20x26 ; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $1; estab- 
llshe.l-daily 1891, weekly 1870; W. F. Sto- 
vall, editor; Tampa Tribune Publishing 
Company, publishers (1— S). 
Copies printed: Daily 2,529 in 1900 

5,608 in 1902 
6,610 in 1903 
12,516 in 19Q7 
edition had credit for  



The weekly 
2,092 in 1900, 
have failed to 
tory, but was 
than 1,000 in 1906 and 
NEWS; every evening 



since which its reports 
be definite and satisfac- 
believed to issue more 

1907. 

except Sunday; 



ST. PETERSBURG INDEPENDENT 

EVERY EVENING and WEEKL.Y 



Independent Building, 



St. Petersburg, Fla. 



The Weekly Independent has 1,350 subscribers — every one paid in advance. 
Its rates are ten cents an inch, flat, on time contracts. Twelve pages, 15x22. Each 
page contains live local news. Considered model paper of Florida by press and 
public. 

The Evening Independent was a success from start; carries full United Press 
dispatches and three news services' matter; three reporters cover city field; 750 fully 
paid-up subscribers on books inside of 60 days; list now 1,000 and growing. Covers 
entire Pinellas peninsula. Eight pages, 15x22. Rate on time contracts, 8 cents per 
inch, flat. 

DOX'T WRITE UNLESS TOIT WILL PAY MY RATE. 

I refuse rods of advertising every month because I do not allow advertising 
agents to dictate value of my space to me. I know I have a good advertising medium 
because I carry $1,500 worth of advertising each month for local merchants. 

St. Petersburg is the most popular resort town in Florida, both summer 
and winter. Ten years old and has 4,500 population. Has 10,000 to 15,000 winter 
tourists during season. Post-office receipts for 1907 over 1906 show 39 per cent in- 
crease in sale of stamps. Banks tripled deposits and paying 28 per cent profit. 
Grandest climate in the world. Ask those who have been here. 

P. S. — I am the Powell who for seven years edited the American A<fvertiser^ 
Chicago, and later of Delhi, N. Y., before M. Lee Starke bought it. I am the 
Powell who used to spend $15,000 a month advertising department stores. I am 
the Powell who managed a million,and a half dollar mail-order business in St. Louis. 
I am the Powell who wants your business if you will pay for it, but I do not give 
space away. I don't need the money that bad. I am making $1,000 a month profit 
as it is, and patent medicine men with $13 a year contracts for a foot of reading 
matter will please save stamps. 

W. B. POWELL, ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 
Whose Motto is "PUSH and SMILE." 



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131 



FLORIDA. 



FLORIDA. 



democratic; eight to twenty-four pages 15x22: 
subscriptioD $5; established November. 1906 
(successor to Evening Herald and Globe, 
189?); W. F. Sto vail, manager; News Publish- 
ing Company, publishers ( 1— S). 

Copies printed: 5,646 in 1907 
J'ublisher's announcement.— T&iiiiyin Is the 
most prosperous city In Florida. Popula 
tlon now 46.1H'0, and growing eonatantly. 
Ole r Havana cigar output for one year, 
270.000,000. Annual cigar factory pay-roll. 
$7,250,000. Bank deposits of $6,000,009. In 
this field the News has the largest guar 
anteed afternoon circulation, and Is the 
best afternoon medium in Florida. It is 
printed In its own building, and operates 
five linotype machines. Full telegraphic 
service. Average daily circulation in 1907 
was 5.545 copies. 

TIHIES; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages— daily 18x24, weekly 
15x22; subscription— daily $5, weekly $1; 
established 1891; D. B. McKay, editor; Tam- 
pa Publishing Com pan v, publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1895 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but has 
since failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of so high a rating. 
ANDAZ; Thursdays (A A>. 
EAST COAST WATCHMAN; 
Thursdays (A A^. 

FLORIDA INTELLIGENCER ; 
Saturdays; republican, negro; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established March, 
1901; Y. K. Meeks, editor and publisher (1—^). 
Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but, but it had credit 
for exceeding 2,250 in 1907. 

FLORIDA POITLTRYANDAGRI- 
CULTURAIi JOURNAL I monthly; 
agriculture and live stock; twenty pages 
9x12; subRCriotion 50 cents; established 
March, 1906; H. P. Inabriett, editor; Florida 
Poultry and Agricultural Journal Co., pub- 
lishers a— 8). 

FLORIDA PYTHIAN; monthly 
(AA). 

TARPON SPRINGS, HilUhoro Co. 
p 1,000 pop., on Atlantic Coast Line, 28 m. 
N. W. of Tampa. Sponges. 
NEWS; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 13x21; subscription $1; established 
June, 1903; Leroy Brandon, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TAVARES,c. b., Lake Cn. n 113t pop., 
on Florida Central & Peninsular, Plant 
System, Tavares & Gulf and Jacksonville, 
Tampa & Key West Rds.. 200 m. S. of Jack 
sonvllle. Saw and planing mills and ma- 
chine shops. Shipping point for Ocklawaha 
Lake. 

HERALD; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1882; Alfred St. Clair Abrams, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TITUSVIIiLE, c. h., Brevard Co. p 
756+ pop.— of township 804+— on Florida East 
Coast Rd. Orange, vegetable, oyster, fish, 
turpentine, Ice and merchandise shipping 
point. Stock raising and tropical and 
semi-tropical fruit. 

EAST COAST ADVOCATE; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x21; subscription 
$1.50; established 1890; Charles H. Walton, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year^ 1899 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies. 
A similar claim was put forward in 
1903, but such definite information as 



would warrant the accordance of a. 
rating to that effect was not received, 
and it has not since made any renewal 
of the claim. 

FLORIDA STAR; Fridays; demo 
cratlc; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; 
established 1880; Ellis B. Wager, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the years 1898 and 1900, 
but has not since sent any detailed and 
satisfactory statement to warrant giving 
it credit for issuing so many. 

WAUCHUIiA, De Soto Co. p 167t 
pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rd., 25 m. S. 
of Bartow, the countv seat. 

FLORIDA ADVOCATE; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1 ; established March, 1901 ; George M. Gools- 
by, editor and publisher (1—7). 

TELEGRA3I; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; sub.«cription $1; estab- 
lished June, 1903, as De Sota Co. Advertiser ; 
H. C. Sparkman, editor and publisher (1 — 8). 

-WEST PALMBEAGH, Dade Co. 

g .561+ pop.— local estimate 2,000— on Flor- 
ida East Coast Rd. and I^ake Worth. Win- 
ter resort. Shipping point for fish, oysters, 
fruit and merchandise. 
NEWS; every morning during season 
(▲ A). 

TROPICAL SUN; semi weekly, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays; six pages 16x22; 
subscription $2; established 1887; Tropical 
Sun Publishing Co., editors and publishers. 
(1-8). 

PALM BEACH LIFE; Tuesdays dur 
ing season (A A). 

PALM BEACH NEWS; Fridays;eight 
pages 15x22: subscription $1.50; established 
1894; R. O. Davies. editor; R. O. Davies, Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers (.1— 8). 

WESTVILLE. 

NEWS; Saturdays (A A). 

WEWAHITCHKA, Calhoun Co. ^ 
1,250+ pop. (of township ), 4 m. W. of Apala- 
chicola r. and 45 N. of Apalachicola. Fruit 
growing. 
NEWS; Fridays; democratic; four pages 

16x22; subscription $1 ; established 1892; E. 

G. Mack, editor and publisher. 

WHITE SPRINGS, Hamilton Co. 

^ 1,800 pop., on GeorgiaSouthern& Florida 
Rd., about 72 m. W. of Jacksonville. Cot- 
ton and naval stores. 

HERALD; Fridays; democratic: four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
January, 1903; Joseph N. Smith, editor; 
White Springs PrintIngCo.,publl8her8(12— 3). 

"WILD WOOD, Sumter Co. a 2Ut 

pop., on Seaboard Air Line Rd. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scriptionu $1; established August, 1905; J.O. 
Fleece, editor and publisher (10— 5P)(AA). 

WILLISTON, Leroy Co. a on Sea- 
board, Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line 
Rds. 

ADVOCATE; Fridays; eight pages I3x 
20; subscription .SI; established December, 
1905; J. H. Burke, editor and publisher 
(2-6P) (A A). 

WINTER GARDEN, Oran^re Co. 
D 300 pop., ou Atlantic Coast Line and 
Tavares & Gulf Rds., 150 m. S. of Jackson 
ville. Oranges and vegetables. 
RICOCHET; Thursdays; four pages 
16x22; subscription $1; established Septem- 
ber, 1905; A. B. Newton, editor and publisher 
(1-3). 



GEORGIA. 



Population 2,216,331 1. Land Area 58.980 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by North Carolina and Tennessee, northeast and east by 
Soutb Carolina and the Atlantic Ocean, south by Florida, and west by Alabama. 
State capital: Atlanta. Principal industries: Cotton and maize raising, and 
manufacture of cotton, woolen and lumber. Number of newspapers and other 
periodicals (March Hi), 1908), 371, divided as follows: Daily, 27; tri- weekly, 2; semi- 
weekly, 13: weekly, 273; semi-monthly, 5; monthly, 49; bi-monthly, 1 : quarterly, 1. 

The cities of over 5.000 population, according to the United States census 
of 1900 (t), are as follows: 



Atlanta — 
Savaunah 
Augusta .. 

Macon 

Columbus. 
Atlieus. 



Brunswick 9,081 1 



S9,S7'2+ Americus 7,6r4t 

54,ti44t Rome 7,291t 

39,441t (i}riffin 6,S57t 

23,372t Waycross 5,919t 

ir,614t Valdosta 5,613t 

10,'245t Thomasville 5,322t 



ABBEVILLE, c. h., Wilcox Co. P 
1,152+ pop., on Georgia & Alabama Rd. and 
Ocmulgee r., about 54 m. E. of Americus. 
Saw mills. 

CURONICLiE; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1896; W. R. Googe, editor; L. J. White 
hurst, publisher. 

SOUTHERN STUDENT} quarterly, 
January, April, July, October; educational; 
twenty pages 10x12; subscription 25 cents; 
established 1899; W. A. Little, editor and 
publisher. 

AC WORTH, Cobb Co. b 937t pop., 
on Western & Atlantic Rd., 12 m. N. W. of 
Marietta, the county seat. Farming. Gold 
and iron in vicinity. 
POST; Fridays; democratic; four pages 

18x24; subscription 75 cents; established 1888; 

Bernard Awtry, editor and publisher. 

ADAIRSVILLE, Bartow Co. t: 616? 

pop.— of township 2,245+— on Western & 

Atlantic Rd., 70 m. N. of Atlanta, the State 

capital. Mining. Farming. 

BANNER; Saturdays; six pages 15x22; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1895; Joe P. 
Bowdoln, editor; Scott & Bowdoin, pub- 
lishers. 

ADEL, Berrien Co. Q 721t pop., on 

Georgia Southern & Florida Rd., 12 m. S. 

W. of Nashville, the county seat. Farming. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; eight 

pages 13x20 : subscription $1 ; established 

1888; W. T. Shytle, editor and publisher (5—3). 

All's AliY ,o.h., Dougherty Co. Pi, 606 
pop., on Albany & Northern, Central r>f 
Georgia, Seaboard Air Line, Atlantic Coast 
Line, and Georgia Northern Rdg. and Flint 
r., 260 m. W. of Savannah. Cotton, sugar 
cane, rice, fruit and corn. 
HERAIjD; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKIiY, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; daily four pages 20x26, weekly eight 
pages 15x22; subscription— dally $5, weekly 
81; established— daily 1891, weekly 1892; H. M. 
Mcintosh, editor; Herald Publishing Co., 
publishers (6— 5). 

VOX POPUL.I; Sundays; eight pages 
13x30; subscription $1 ; established February, 
1903; Lee Bros., editors and publishers. 

AliliAPAHA (P. O. Pitts), Berrien 
Co. p 429+ pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rd., 
11 m. N. E. of Nashville, the county seat. 
LEDGER; Fridays (A A). 



AliPHARETTA, c. h., Miiton Co. b 

310+ pop., 6 m. N. of Chattahoochee r. and 
28 N. of Atlanta, the State capital. Manu- 
factures of wagons, boots and shoes. 

FREE PRESS; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1890; George D. Rucker, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

AMERICUS, c. h., Sumter Co. p 
12,000 pop., on Seaboard Air Line and Cen- 
tral of Georgia Rds.. 71 m. S. W. of Macon. 
Cotton, peaches and farming. 

TIMES-RECORDER; every morning 
except Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; 
daily four pages 20x26, weekly eight pages 
15x22; subscription— daily $5, weekly $1; 
established— Times 1890, Recorder 1879. con- 
solidated April. 1891; Thomas Gamble, Jr., 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper has on three occasions 
indicated a desire to have credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies^ regu- 
larly, but such definite information as 
would warrant such a rating has never 
been forthcoming, 

ARLINGTON, Calhoun Co. p 755t 
pop., on Central of Georgia & Georgia 
Florida & Alabama Rds., 215 m. S. of At- 
lanta. Cotton press, oil mill and lumber- 
ing. 
CALHOUN CO. COURIER; Fridays; 

democratic; eight pages 18x24; subscription 

$1 ; established 1881; Jack Powell, editor; 

Courier Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

ASHBURN, Worth Co. g2,000tpop., 

on Georgia Southern & Florida Rd., 85 m. 

S. of Macon. Agriculture, saw mills and 

naval stores. 

TURNER CO. BANNERj Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established December. 1905; S. B. Hud- 
son, editor: Banner Publishing Company, 
publishers (1 — 8). ^, ^ 

WIREGRASS FARMER AND 
STOCKMAN; Fridays; eight pages 



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133 



GEORGIA. 



GEORGIA— Atlanta. 



13J^x20; subscription $1; established March- 
19(J2; J. Lawrence, editor and publisher (6—5)- 

ASHWOOD, Berrien Co. g 6 m. N. of 

Nashville, the county seat. Turpentine, 
farming and stock and cotton raising. 

SOUTHERN FIEliD AND FIRE- 
SIDE; monthly; agricultural; eight pages 
15x22; subscription 25 cents; established 1899; 
W. Henry Griffin, editor and publisher (A A). 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of i,6os f or _ the 
year 1902, but has not since sustained 
any claim to issuing so many as 1,000 
copies. 

ATHENS, c. h., Clarke Co. ^ 10,245t 
pop., on Central of Georgia, Georgia 
Southern and Seaboard Air Line Rds. 
and Oconee r.. 100 m. N. W. of Augusta 
and 67 E. of Atlanta, the State capital. 
Seat of Georgia University. Cotton grow- 
ing. 

BANNER; every morning except Mon- 
day, and W££KLi¥', Fridays; democratic; 
dally four, weelily eight. Sunday ten to 
twelve pages 15x22; subscription— dally $6, 
Sunday $1, weekly $1; established— dally and 
Sunday 1880, weekly 1832; B. F. Holder, Jr., 
editor; H. J. Ro we, publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
the weekly edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to fur- 
nish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to 
that effect. It has not since made any 
renewal of the claim. 

EVENING C'AliL.; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; democratic; four pages 17x24; 
subscription $4; established 1906; T. L. Gantt, 
editor and publisher (10— 6 P). 

CLARKE CO. COURIER; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22: snbscription 
60 cents; established 19uO; J. E. Gardner, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that eflFect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SOUTHERN FIELD ; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; eight to twelve pages 17J^x24; sub- 
scription $1; established October, 1905; T. 
Latry Gantt, editor; Gantt & Sou, publishers 
(11— 5P). 

PROGRESSIVE ERA; semi monthly 
(AA). 

BIBLE STUDIO; monthly (A A. 

WOiHAN'S WORK; monthly ; house 
hold; twenty pages 11x15; subscription $1; 
estai^Ushed 1887; Kate Garland, editor; T.L. 
Mitchell, publisher (8—3). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement of average issues was 
ever obtained from this periodical. It 
had credit for issuing more than 17,500 
in 1895, more than 7,500 in 1901 and 
more than 4,000 ever since, including 
1907. 

ATLANTA,c.h.,FM«o7i Co. ti State 
Capital, 89,872+ pop., on Atlanta & West 
Point, Central of Georgia, Georgia. Sea- 
board Air Line, Southern, and Western & 



Atlantic Rds. Manufacturing center, trade 
and cotton shipping point. 

DAILY. 

CONSTITUTION ; every morning, 
and WEEKLY, Mondays; democratic; 
daily ten to twelve, Sunday thirty-two to 
thirty-eight, weekly twelve pages 18x24 ; sub- 
scription—dally $6, Sunday $2, weekly $1; 
established— dally 1868, weekly 1870; Clark 
Howell, editor ; Constitution Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers (1—4). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue ot 18,633 in 1897, and 38,590_ in 
1905, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a report, but was credited with 
printing more than 20,000 copies for 
the years 1906 and 1907. 

The Sunday edition had credit for 
an average issue of 42,319 in 1904, 
and 48,731 in 1905, since which time 
it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited with printing more than 40,- 
000 copies for the years 1906 and 1907. 

In the absence of any report the 
weekly was credited in 1906 and 1907 
with issuing more than 75,000 copies. 

To the dail}^ edition of this paper 
Rowell's American Newspaper Direc- 
tory accords the so-called Gold Marks 
(GO), the meaning of which is stated 
to be that advertisers value it more for 
the class and quality of its circulation 
than for the mere number of copies 
printed. 

GEORGIAN: everyevening except Sun- 
day; democratic; sixteen pages 17x22; sub- 
scription $4.50; established April, 1906; John 
Temple Graves, editor; F. L. Seely, publisher 
(4-6 P). 

Copies printed : In the absence of a definite 
and satisfactory statement this paper is ac- 
corded a rating in excess of 7,500 copies 
in 1Q07. 

JOURNAL ; everyevening except Hun- 
day, and Sunday morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays anu Fridays; demo- 
cratic; dally twelve toslxteen.Sundayforty. 
semi-weekly eight pages 17x24; subscription 
—daily $5, Sunday $<:; semi-weekly $1: es- 
tablished— dally 1883, semi- weekly 1885; Sun- 
day June, 1902; James R. Gray, editor; The 
Atlanta Journal Company, publishers (2—6). 

Copies printed: daily: 30,159 in 1900 

35,565 in 1901 

37,828 in 1902 

38,928 in 1903 

43.633 in 1904 
46,038 in 1905 
50,357 in 1906 
51,144 in 1907 
Sunday: 35,526 in 1903 
41,928 in 1904 
47,998 in 1905 
56,060 in 1906 
56,882 in 1907 
Semi-weekly: 28,389 in 1900 
30,734 in 1901 
34,105 in 1902 
39,931 in 1903 
56,731 in 190S 
74,916 in 1906 • 
63,275 in 1907 

WEEKLY. 
AGE; Saturdays; republican: four pages 
20x26; subscription «1.50; established lb98; 
W. A. Pledger, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year^ 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 



i:i4 



AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY, 



GEORGIA— Atlanta. 



an average issue exceeding i,ooo cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

CHRISTIAN INDEX; Thursdays; 
baptist; sixteen pages r<Jx 16; .siibscriptlon$2; 
establisJied 1821; Bell .v oiraliain. editors and 
publishers ; 1—24 ). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 8,500 in 1896 
and 11,251 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 7,500 in 1906. 

FRATEItNAI. NEWS; Fridays lA A). 

GEORGIA DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG; 
Saturdays; German; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established September, 1905; M, 
Opp«nheim, editor; H. Oppenheim & Co.. 
publishers (12—5 P). 

GOLDEN AGE; Thursdays; imdenom- 
inational; sixteen pnges 10J^xl5; subscrip- 
tion $2; established February, 1906: Wm. D. 
Upshaw, editor; Golden Age Publishing Co., 
publishers (2— tj P). 

INDEPENDENT; weekly; negro; es 
tabiished July, 1903; B. J. Davis, editor; The 
Atlanta Independent Co., publishers (12 — 3). 

JUSTICE; Saturdays (A A). 

PRESBYTERIAN; Wednesdays; pres- 
byterian; twenty to forty eight pages 6x9; 
subscription 82; established 1884; Atlanta 
Presbyterian Publishing Company, editors 
and publishers. 

SOUTHERN ARCHITECT AND 
BUILDING NEWS; Fridays; architec- 
tural, contracting and building; forty eight 
pages 9x12; subscription $1; established 1887; 
Industrial Press Publishing Co., publishers 
(1-7). 

Copies printed: For the years 1902 
and 1906 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

SOUTHERN EVANGELIST: Thurs 
days; disciples; sixteen pages 83^x11}^; sub- 
scription $1; established 1897; E. L. Shelnutt 
and F. L. Adams, editors and publishers 
(10-4P). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 1.448 in 1902, of 
1. 58 1 in 1905, since which it has not 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited witla 
printing more than i.ooo in 1907. 

SOUTHERN MERCHANT; weekly; 
trade; twenty-four pages SJ^xll; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established April, 1901 ; John Bratton, 
editor; Southern Merchant Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers (2— 8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,766 in 1902, 
since which time it has not furnished 
a definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
2,250 copies for the year 1907. 

SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN; 

Thursdays; pre»byterlan; twenty pages 
11x16; subscription $2; established 1848; Rev. 
Thomas E. Converse, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: 2,808 m 1899 
3,803 in 1903 
4,369 in 1904 
7,500 in 1907 
SOUTHERN STAR; Saturdays; pro- 
hibition; eight pages 15x22; subscription Si; 
established 1886; Barker Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers (7—5 P). 

Copies printed: No report was ever 



GEORGIA— Atlanta. 



obtained from this paper. It had credit 
for over 4,000 in 1895, over 2,250 in^^ 

1898, over 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

SUNNY SOUTH; weekly; literary; ten 
pages 17x24; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1874; J. R. Holliday, editor; The Sunny 
South Publishing Co., publishers (8—8) (A A). 
Copies printed: Definite and satisfac- 
tory statements of issues from this^ 
office are rare. The only one ever ob- 
tained was for the year 1903, when it 
had credit for an average issue of 
72,725. In the absence of any report 
it was thought to issue more than 
40,000 in 1904 and more than 20,000 . 
in 1905 and 1906. 

W A T C H M A N : Wednesdays; metho- 
dlst; eight pages 12x19; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1899; Rolfe Hunt, editor; Congre- 
gational Methodist Publishing House, pub- 
lishers (10— 7 P). 

WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN ADVO- 
C A T E ; Thursdays; methodist episcopal, 
south; sixteen pages 15x22; subscription $2; 
established 1836: W. C. Lovett, editor; M. J. 
Cofer, publisher (2 — i). 

Copies printed: :1,48s in 1894 and 
11,542 in 1899, since which time na 
definite and satisfactory report has been 
obtained, but was thought to issue more 
than 7,500 in 1901 and more than 4,000 
in 1906 and 1907. 

SEMI-MONTHLY. 

GEORGIA TECH; semi-monthly diir- 

ing college vear (A A). 

SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR AND 
DIXIE FARMER; semi-monthly; agri- 
cultural; thirty-two pages 9x13; subscription 
$1 ; established 1843; G. F. Hunuicutt, editor; 
The Cultivator Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (12— 5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 30,125 in 1903. 
and 50,833 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 40,000 in 1907. 

SOUTHERN KURAt.IST; semi- 
monthly; agricuiiural ; twenty four pages 
10x14; subs;;rlption$l; established 1894; F.J. 
Merriam, editor; Southern Ruralist Co , pub- 
lishers (12— 6). 

Copies printed: 25,083 in 1902 and 
42,791 in 1904, since which no definite 
and satisfactory report has been re- 
ceived, but was credited with more than 
20,000 in 1906 and 1907. 
MONTHLY. 

AMERICAN REPUBLIC; monthly; 
fifty-two pages 6x91^; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished January, 1907; Sidney C. Tapp. editor; 
Evans Printing Company, publishers (3— 7 P). 

COTTON; monthly; eighty four pages 
9x12; subscription $2; established 1893; Cot- 
ton Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed : No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 4,000 in 1907. 

COTTON SEED OI L MAGAZINEj 

monthlv; cotton industry; eighty-four pages 
7x10; siibscriptlon $1; established 1901; H. E. 
Harman. editor; The Cotton Oil Magazine 
Co., publishers (1—8). 

(Copies printed: This periodical has 
never furnished a definite and satisfac- 
tory statement of copies issued; but has 
been credited with more than 1,000 
since 1899 and for the years 1906 and 
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DIXIE WOOD-WORKER; monthly; 

nieehaulcs; sixty pages 9x12; subscription 
$1; eatabllstied 1885; B. F. Ulmer, editor; 
Southern States Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (12—5). 

Copies printed: No detailed satisfac- 
tory report of its issues was ever ob- 
tained from this paper; but it has had 
credit for exceeding i,ooo since 1898 
and including 1907. 

(^EORC^IA ECL.ECT1C rtlEDICAl. 
JOURNAIjJ montlily; medical; sixty eight 
pages 6x9; subscription $1; established 1878; 
Drs. H. E. Truax and Florence T. Duvall. 
editors and publishers. 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 cop. 
ies regularly, but such definite informa- 
tion as would warrant such a rating has 
never been forthcoming. 

ICE; monthly (A A). 

JOURNAL - RECORD OF MEDI- 
CINE; monthly; medical; one hun<lred 
pages 4}^x7J^ ; subscription $1 ; established 
1855; consolidated 1899; George Brown, M.D., 
editor; M. B. Hutchins, M D., manager (1—8). 
Copies printed: 1,525 in 1897 and 
1,525 in 1904. In the absence of any 
report was credited with exceeding 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MEDICAIi CONSENSUS; monthly; 
medical; sixteen to thirty two pages 6J4x9i4; 
subscription $1; established September. 19U5, 
as State Board Journal of America; H. 
Crenshaw, M D., editor; Siate Bo«rd Pub- 
lishing Company (Inc.), publishers (1—8). 

OSTEOPATHY; monthly (A A). 

PYTHIAN 1. O D G E S E C R E T ; 
monthly ; Knights of Pythias; sixteen 
pages lOxllJ^; subscription $1; established 
1890; H. Cronhelm, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 2,833 i" 
1897, of 2,858 in 1S99, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
2,250 copies for the year 1903 and more 
than 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

RAILROAD HERALD; monthly; 

railroads; thirty-six pages SJ^xll}^; sub- 
scription $1; established 1899; E. C. Laird, 
editor and publisher ( 12—5 ). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,818 in 1901, 
of 4,070 in 1905, smce which time 
it has not furnished a report, but was 
credited wih printing more than 2,250 
copies in 1907. 

RAILROAD RECORD 4ND COM- 
MON CARRIER; monthly; railroads 
twenty-four to forty-two pages 9x12; sub 
Bci-iption fit; established January, 1900 
Frank Weldon, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

REPAIRER; monthly; holiness; four 
Pages 12>^xl8; subscription 35 cents; estab- 
lished 1895; E. E. Shelhamer. editor and pub- 
lisher (1-8) (A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the years 1903 and 1904, 
but has not since set up any claim for 
issuing so many. 

SODA DISPENSER; monthly (A A). 



GEORGIA— Atlanta. 



SOUTHEASTERN UNDERWRIT- 
ER ; monthly ; insurance ; twenty-four pages 
9}^ixl2; subscription $3; establlshtd 1896; 
Orville H. Hall, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1900 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SOUTHERN AUTOMOBILIST; 
monthly ; automobiles, motor boats, cycling ; 
sixty-eight pages 7x10; subscription $2; es- 
tablished March, 1907; H. F. Reils, managing 
editor; Southern Automobiiist Company, 
publishers (9— 7P 1. 

SOUTHERN BANK ER : monthly; 
banking; forty two to seventy two pages 
8}^xl2:'siib8cription $2; esiahilslied Decem- 
ber, 1903: Richard H. Brown, editor and 
publisher. Office, 311 Empire building (1— b). 

SOUTHERN CAUBONATOR AND 
BOTTLER; monthly; bottling; ninety 
pages 10x14; suljscripnon $1; established 
1901; Donald A. Loyiess, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,471 in 1906 
2,500 in 1907 

SOUTHERN DRUtiJ«IST; monthly; 

drugs; twenty to thirty-t\\o pages 8x11; 
subscription $1; establiphed 1898; Louis 
Phillips, editor and puljllsher (2—8). 
Copies printed: 1,891 in 1903 
2,112 in 1906 
1,958 in 1907 

SOUTHERN DRUG JOURNAL; 

monthly; drugs; thirty six pafies 9xlv!; sub- 
scription $1; ei-lablished 1901; Wm. B. Free- 
man, editor; Southern Drug Journal Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper never fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory report, 
but had credit for more than 1,000 in 
1906 and 1907. 

S O U T H E R N E D U C A T I O N A L 
JOURNAL; monthly except July aud 
August; educational; thirty to fifty pages 
7x10; subscription $1 ; established 1888; Mrs. 
Gertrude A. Alexander, editor; Clanton & 
Webb, publishers (12-5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,500 in 1894, 
since which time it has not furnished a 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with printing more than 1,000 
copies in 1898 and ever since, includ- 
ing 1907. 

SOUTHERN ENGINEER; monthly; 
engineering; ore hundred and forty pages 
9x12; subscription gl; H. H. Kelley, editor; 
The Southern Engineer Company, publish- 
ers (12-7). 

SOUTHERN FANCIER; monthly; 
poultry; twentv-eight to forty-eight pages 
9x12; subscription 50 cents; established 1887; 
G. AI. Downes, editor and publisher (9—5 P). 
Copies printed: This paper never 
made a definite and satisfactory report, 
but was credited with more than 1,000 
in 1906 and 1907. 

SOUTHERN MACHINERY; month- 
ly: machinery; seventy pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $1; established May. 1905; H, H. 
Kelley, editor; W. R. C. Smith Publishing 
Company, publishers (12— 7). 

Copies printed : No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper,_ but it had credit for 
exceeding 4,000 in 1907. 

UNCLE REMUS'S MAGAZINE; 

month 1v 
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negro: subscription $1; established Janu- 
ary, li-Oi; J. M. K. Brown, editor; J. L. Nich- 
ols & Co., publishers (»i— 4) (A A). 

VOICE OF THEPEOPLiEj monthly; 
negro; four pages 20x26; subscription 50 
cents; established 1902; H. M. Turner, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had ere- 
dit for an average issue of 4,162 in 
1903, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 2,250 copies for the years 
1906 and 1907. 

WATSON'S JEFFEliSONIAN 
MAGAZINE; monthly; literary; ninety- 
six pages 634x9J^; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished January, TauT; Thomas E. Watson, edi- 
tor and publisher (7—7 P). 

WATTS' OFFICIAL RAILWAY 
GUIDE; monthly; hotels and railways; 
two hundred and fif t v-six pages 5x8 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; establish Bd 1886; J. R. Watts, editor; 
Watts Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This_ paper never 
made a definite and satisfactory state- 
ment, but had credit for issuing more 
than 2,250 in 1904, 1905. 1906 and 
1907. 
Publisher's announcement— W ktth' Official 

Railway Guidk Is the official Organ of the 

Georgia Hotel Men's Associatlin and the 

only recognized publication of its class in 

theSouth. 

AUGUSTA, c.h., Ilichmond Co. D- 
39,441t pop., on Augusta Southern, Central 
of Georgia, Georgia, Charleston & Western 
Carolin'k, South Carolina & Georgia and 
Southern Rdg^and Savannah r., at head of 
navigation, 120 m. N. N. W. of Savannah and 
136 N. W. of Charleston, S. C. Manufact- 
uriog and cotton trade. Flour, cotton, cot 
ton-seed oil and luirtber mills. Cotton com 
presses and car shops. 

CHRONICLE; every niorniug, and 
SE.UI- WEEKLY. Tiies.l;iysun iFii.lays; 
democratic; daily eight, Suiulay sixteen to 
forty eight pages 16x23; subscription— daily 
$7, semi weekly $1; established 1785; Thos. W. 
Loylegs, editor; Augusta Chronicle, publish- 
ers (8—6). 
 Looies printed: Daily, 

Including Sunday, 5.661 in 1904 

6,043 in 1905 
6,111 in 1906 
Daily, 6,964 in 1907 
Sunday, 8,024 in 1907 
Semi-weekly, 4.512 in 1904 
4,450 in 1907 
To the dailv edition of this paper 
■Rowell's American Newspaper Direc- 
tory accords the so-called Gold Marks 
<© 0). the meaning of which is stated 
to be that advertisers value it more 
for the class and quality of its circu- 
lation than for the mere number of 
copies printed. 

^P~The absolute correctness 
of the latest circulation rating 
, accorded the Augusta Daily 
Chronicle is guaranteed by the 
publishers of Rowell's Ameri- 
can Newspaper Directory, who 
will pay one hundred dollars 
to the first person who successfully contro- 
verts its accuracy. 

HERALD; every evening except Sun- 
day, Sunday morning, and WEEKLY, Fri- 







days; independent-democratic; eight pages 
18x24; subscription — daily $5, Sunday $1, 
weekly 30 cents; established — daily 1890, 
weekly 1897; Herald Publishing Company, 
editors and publisherB (2—3). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 5,973 in 1899, since which it 
has not furnished a report, but has been 
credited with printing more than 2,250 
copies ever since, including the year 
1907. 

The weekly edition in the year 1898 
seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a rat- 
ing to that effect. It has ^ not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 
Publisher's announcement.— Oua,rSinteed cir- 
culation in excess of 7,100 copies daily; 
7,500 copies Sunday ; 4,500 copies Weekly. 
Subscription records are open to examina- 
tion to any advertiser or advertising 
agencv and to the Association of Ameri- 
can Advertisers. Mgr. Foreign Adv. Dept., 
Vreeland Benjamin Special Adv. Agency, 
New York and Chicago. 
GEORGIA RAPT I ST; Thursdays; 
negro; baptist ; eight pages 13x20: subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1880 : Rev. William J. 
White, editor; Georgia Baptist Printing 
Company, publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average^ issue of 2,128 in 
1 90 1, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies since 1902 and 
including 1907. 

MIRROK; Saturdays; labor; four pages 
15x22; subscription 50 cents; established 1900; 
John Allen Mette, editor; The Mirror Pub- 
lishing Co., publiBheis (7—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing 1,780 copies regularly in 
the year 1901 and more than 1,000 in 
• 1902, but has not since set up any 
] definite and satisfactory claim for is- 
I suing so many. 

I BAINBRIDGE, c. h., Decatur Co. p 

\ 2,641+ pop., on Georgia Pine and Plant Sys- 
tem Rds. and Flint r. Ice and cigar facto- 
ries. Center of Cuba tobacco-growing belt. 
Agriculture. 

TRIBUNE ; every evening except Sat- 
urday and Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fri- 
days; daily four, weekly eight pages 15x32; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $1; es ab- 
lished November, 1905; S. B. Blanton, e itor; 
Blanton Printing Co., publishers (12— 5 P) 

POST; triweekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays 
and Saturdays ( A A ). 

ARGUS; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1902; Theodore H. Tiller, editor and publisher 
(A A). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1871; J. M. Brown, editorand publisher 
(5—8). 
' Copies printed: This paper had ere- 



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dit for an issue of 2,300 in 1895, since 
which it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but has been 
credited with printing more than 1,000 
copies since 1900 and including 1907. 

SsEAKCHLIUHT; Fridays: demo 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription SI; 
establislied 1898; S. Russell Brinson, editor 
and publisher (1—S). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

BARNESVILLE, Pike Co. ^ 3,036t 
pop., on Central of Georgia Rd.. 18 m. S. of 
Griffin and 40 N. W. of Macon. Farming. 

NEAVS-UAZETTE j Tiiursdays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages ir)T...K: substriptiou $1; 
established 1867; B. H. Hardy, editor: Barnes- 
ville News Publishing Conipany, publishers. 
Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies regularly, but such definite informa- 
tion as would warrant such a rating has 
never been forthcoming. 

UNION NEVV!?i; Wednesdays (A A). 

BAXLEY, c. li., Appling Co. P, 488t 

pop.— of township 1,825+— on Southern Rd., 

about 40 m. S. E. of McRae. Naval stores, 

saw mills. Farming. 

NE\V«. BANNER; Fridays; eight pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established May, 1901 ; 
W. H. Shepperd, editor and publisher (12 — 4) 

BLACKSHEAR, c. h., Pierce Co.^ 

876+ pop., on Plant System Rd., 9 m. N. E. 

of Waycross and 87 S. W. of Savannah. 

Grist mills, cotton-seed oil mill, fertilizer 

and camphor factories. 

TI3IES; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 1880; 
E. Z. Byrd, editor and publisher. 

BLAIRSVILLE, c. h., Union Co. [j 

141+ pop., 80 m. N. (.f Atlanta, the State 

capital. Agriculture. 

UNION CO. BANNER; Fridays; dem 
ocratlc; four pages l.')x2'2; subscription $1 ; 
established May. 1903; Wellborn & Grifties, 
editors and publishers. 

BLAKELY, c. h., Early Co. p 804t 
pop. — local estimate 2,500- of township 
3,274+— local estimate 5,( 00 — on Central of 
Georgia Rd., 9 m. E. of Chattahoochee r. 
and 80 S. of Columbus. Sugar cane, sweet 
potatoes, cotton, corn, cotton-seed oil and 
fertilizers. 

EARL.Y CO. NEWS; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1859; A. J. & W. W. Fleming, editors 
and publishers (1—8 1. 

REPORTER; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; twelve pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; 
established 1894; E. J. Block, editor and pub 
lisher (1—8). 

SOUTHERN PIT GAMES; monthly ; 
poultry; eight to twelve pages 16x22; sub- 
»crIption$l; established 1894; Jeff Fleming, 
editor and publisher (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies in the years 1895 and 1896, but has 
not since set up any detailed and satis- 
factory claim for issuing so many. 



GEORGIA. 



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BLUERIDGE, c. h., Fannin Co. b 

2,350 pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 
about 103 m. N. of Atlanta and 123 S. of 
Knoxville.Tenn. Fruit growing and mining. 

POST; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
187H; F. W. Padgett, editor and publisher 
(1—8). 

SOUTHERN WORLD; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1 : established 1898; T. W. Kellogg, editor and 
publisher (A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the year 1899, but has not 
since set up any claim for issuing so 
many. 

FARMER; monthly (A A). 

BOSTON, Thomas Co. P 2,.'^00 pop., on 

Atlantic Coast Line and Georgia Northern 

Rds., 12 m. S. E. of Thumasvjlle. 

SOUTH GEORCilA HOME; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1896; A. R. Blouton & Sons, 
editors and publlj-hers ( 1—8). 

BOWDON, Carroll Co. -D 307t pop., 
12 m. W. of Carrollton, the county seat. 
Agriculture and live stock raising. 

INTELLIGENCE; Thursdays; four 
pages 15x2.i; subscription $1; established 
1890; J. W. Borrow, editor and publisher. 

NEWS; Wednesdays (A A). 

BREMEN, Haralson Co. ^ 1,250 pop., 
on Central of Georgia and Southern Rds., 
8 m. S. of Buchduan, the county teat. 
Agriculture, oil mills, foundries and ma- 
chine shops. 

GATEWAY; Fridays; independent; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished September, li)02; C. F. Dodson. editor 
and publisher ( 1—8). 

BRUNSWICK, c. h., Glynn Co. p 

9,081+ pop., on Plant System and Southern 
Rds. and the Atlantic coast, about 86 m. E. 
of Waycross. Yellow pine lumber market. 
Spacious harbor. Weekly lines of steam- 
ers to New York City. 

JOURNAL; daily except Suudayp; in- 
dependent democratic; four piiges 15x22; 
suijscrlpiion $5; establislied March, 1902; 
Ernest Camp, editor; Austin Holcomb, pub- 
lisher (10— 5 P). 

NEWS; every morning except Monday; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$5; established 1884; Arthur H. Leavy, editor; 
News Publishing Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

HERALD; Saturdays; negro; four pages 
17x24; subscription $1; established 1897: A. 
Jaspar Shootes. editor; The Brunswick Her- 
ald Publishing Co., publishers (9—5 P). 

UNION; Saturdays: republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
October, 1903; E. R. Belcher, editor; The 
Union Publishing Co., publishers (12—5). 

BUCHANAN, c. h., Haralton Co. \^ 

359+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd.. 50 m. 
W. of Atlanta, the State capital. Farming. 
TRIBUNE; Fridays; Independent; eight 



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pages 13x20 ; subscription 75 cents ; estab- 
lished 1897; A. R. Dodson, editor and pub 
Usher. 

BUENA VISTA, o. h.. Marion Co -a 
l,161t pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., about 
30 m. E. by S. E. of Columbus; 1,000 feet 
above the sea level. Has several cotton 
warehouses. 

MARION CO. PATRIOT; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1876; Roy Hlrshburg, editor 
and publisher (2—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,480 for 
the year 1903, but has not since made 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

BULLOCKVIIiLE, Meriwether Co. 
-a *X) pop., on Southern Rd., 10 m. S. of 
Greenville, the county seat, and 42 N. E. of 
Columbus. Summer resort and Govern- 
ment fish hatchery. 

PINE MOUNTAIN ERA; Fridays; 
four pages 13x22; subscription 75 cents; es- 
tablished 189S; Charles Stout, editor and 
publisher. 

BUTLER, c. h., Tai/lor Co. -a 7071 

pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 50 m. W.of 

Columbus. Seat of Butler Male and Female 

College. Agriculture. 

HERALD; Tuesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1875; W. N. & C. E. Benns, editors 
and publishers. 

CAIRO, Grady Co. p 690t pop. 
MESSENGER: Fridays (A A). 

CALHOUN, c. h., Gordon Co. ^ 1,500 

pop., on Western & Atlantic Rd.,80 m. N. by 

N. W.of Atlanta, the State capital, and 60 

S. E. of Chattanooga, Tenn. Flour mills. 

Agriculture and peach growing. 

TIMES; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1869; 
G. W. Tribble. editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

X-RAY; Fridays; independent; eight 

f>age8 11x15}^; subscription 75 cents; estab- 
ished January. 1901; Don Coffee, editor; 
Geo. A. Coffee, publisher (2—5 F). 

CAMILLA, o. h., Mitchell Co. p 1081 
pop., on Savannah, Florida & Western Rd. 
26 m. N.of Thomasville. Shipping point for 
large quantities of pears and watermelons. 
Cotton, corn, oats, sugar cane and sweet 
potatoes. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; democratic; 

eight pages UxlS; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1901; W. A. Allen, editor; Allen &, 
Roles, publishers (1—5). 

CANON, Franklin Co. q' 300 pop., on 
Southern Rd., about 6 m. S. E. of Carnes- 
ville, the county seat. Shipping point for 
cotton-growing section. Iron ore and other 
minerals found in the vicinity. 

ECHO; Tuesdays (A A). 

UN1VERSAL.IST HERALD; Satur 
days; universalist ; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1897; John M. Bow- 
ers, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 



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dit for an average issue of 1,035 for 
the year 1899, but has not since sus- 
tained any claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

CANTON, c. h., Cherokee Co. b 847t 
pop., on Atlanta, Knoxville & Northern 
Rd. and Etowah r., 45 m. N. of Atlanta, the 
State capital. Mining and farming. 

CHEROKEE ADVANCE; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24 ; subscription 
$1; established 1880; W. Q. McNelley, editor 
and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

CARNESVILLE, c. li., Franklin Co. 

c/ 305t pop., on Southern Rd., 33 m. N. E. of 

Athens. Saw aud grist mills. Farming. 

ADVANCE; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; e.stablished 
1900; S. B. Swilling, editor; Purcell & Swill- 
ing, publishers. 

CARROLLTON,c. h., Carroll Co. d 
1,998+ pop., on Central of Georgia and Chat- 
tanooga, Rome & Southern Rds., about 
35 m. N. W. of Newnan. Agriculture and 
stock raising. . Cotton and oil mills. 

CARROL.I. CO. TIMES; Tuesdays 
and Friday!*; democratic; four pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established January, 1872; 
J. J. Thomasson, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

CARROLL. FREE PRESS; Thurs 
days; democratic; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1; established 1857; John T, Hearn, 
editor and publisher (7—3). 

Copies printed: 1,475 in ,^90i^ and 
2,044 in 1902, since which time it has 
not furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited ^ with printing 
more than 1,000 copies since 1902 and 
including the year 1907. 

CARTERS VILLE, c. h.. Bartow 

Co. \j 3,135+ pop., on East & West and 
Western ft Atlantic Rds.. 48m. N. W. of At- 
lanta. Farming and mining. 
NEWS AND COURANT; Thurs 

days: eight pages 15x22; subscription 81; es- 
tablished 1882; Cartersville FublLshlng Com- 
pany, editors and publishers (12—4). 

Copies printed: 1,402 in 1898, since 
which time this paper has not furnished 
a definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with jyrinting more than 
1,000 copies in 1900 and ever since, 
including the year 1907. 

CEDARTOWN, c. h.. Polk Co. \^ 
2,823+ pop., on Seaboard Air Line and Cen- 
tral Rds., 20 m. S. by S. W, of Rome. Iron 
and cotton manufactories. 
STANDARD; Thursdays; democratic; 

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«8tabll8hed 1888; E. B. Russell and W. S. Cole 
man, editors; The Standard Publishing Co., 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,767 in 1907 

CHATSWORTH, Murray Co. ti- 
PROGRESS; Saturdays (A A). 

CHIPLEy, Harris Co. -a 459t pop., on 

Central of Georgia Rd., about 8 m. N. N.E. 

of Hamilton, the county seat. Agriculture 

and dairying. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established 1893; Chas. Stout, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CLARKESVILLE, c. h., Hahtr. 

tham Co. cf 491+ pop., on Tallulah Falls 
Rd., 85 m. N. E. of Atlanta, the State capi- 
tal. Cotton and woolen milling. Livestock 
and fruit raising. 

ADVERTISER; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1879; Charles L. and Mattle C. Bass, editors 
and publishers. 

CLAYTON, c. h,, Eahun Co. cT 199t 

pop., 20 m. N. of Clarkesvllle and 100 N. E. 

of Atlanta. Farming. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; democratic; six 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 1897; 
J. A. Reynolds, editor and publisher (1— S). 

CLEVELAND, c. h., White Co. ^ 
200 pop., 23 m. N. of Gainesville. Gold 
mining. 

COURIER; Fridays; four pages 13x18; 
subscription 60 cents; established 1899; Alex- 
ander Davidson, editor and publisher. 

COLQUITT, Miller Co. J3. 

MILLER CO. LIBERAL: Wednes- 
days (A A). 

COLUMBUS, c. h., Muscogee Co. -a 

17,614+ pop., on Central of Georgia, Seaboard 
Air Line and Southern Rds. and at head 
of navigation on Chattahoochee r. Largest 
cotton manufacturing place in the State. 

ENQUIRE R-S U N ; every morning 
except Monday; SUNDAY, and WEEK- 
LY, Saturdays; democratic; daily eight, 
Sunday sixteen to twenty-four pages 18x24; 
Bubscriptlon— dally $fi, weekly $1; established 
—dally 1868, weekly 1828; C. I. Groover, editor 
and publisher (.12 — 1). 

Copies printed: No satisfactory de- 
tailed statement was ever obtained from 
this paper; but it has had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies daily 
since 1898, and Sunday and weekly 
since 1903. It has on numerous oc- 
casions indicated a desire to have a 
higher rating, but such definite infor- 
mation as would warrant it has never 
been forthcoming. 

LEDC^ER; every evenmg except Satur 
day, and SUNDAY, Sunday morning, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; dally 
eight, Sunday twelve and weekly eight 
pages 15x22; subscription— dailv t5.*Sundav 
$1, weekly $1: established 1883: R. W. Page, 
editor and publisher (8—3 P). 

Copies printed: daily: 3,500 in 1902 

7,371 in 1903 

9,041 in 1904 

8,882 in 1905 

9,294 in 1906 

10,980 in 1907 

The weekly edition for the year 1901 



seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN RE- 
CORDER; Thursdays; methodlst; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.00; established 
1389; G.W.Allen, editor and publiiher (2— 5 P). 
Copies printed: Although the publish, 
er of this publication admits that no 
such record is kept as would make it 
possible to prepare a circulation state- 
ment such as the Directory requires from 
other papers with which this one is 
likely to be brought into competition, 
yet he gives out figures purporting to 
represent the average issue. In other 
words, tells what its circulation is, and 
at the same time admits that he does 
rot know. 

CONYERS.c.h., Rockdale Co. n 1,605+ 

pop., on Georgia Rd., 31 m. E. of Atlanta, 

the State capital, and 141 W. of Augusta. 

Cotton raising and milling. 

FREE PRE.SS; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished March, 1902; L. F. Scott, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: No satisfactory de- 
tailed statement was ever obtained from 
this paper, but it had credit for issuing 
more than 1,000 copies regularly in the 
years 1905, 1906 and 1907. 

CORDELE, Dooly Co. p 3,473t pop., 

on Georgia & Alabama, Georgia Southern 
& Florida and Albany & Northern Rds., 33 
m. E. of Americus. Cotton manufacturing 
and saw mills. 

RAMBLER; daily except Sunday, and 
WEEKIjY, Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 2i>x26; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$1; established— dally 1907, weekly 1905; 
Charles Jackson Shipp, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays (A A). 

J O U R N A L; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20: subscription $1: estab- 
lished April, 1905; A. J. TIson, editor; Cor- 
dele Printing Co., publishers (8 — ri P). 

PILGRIM'S BANNER; monthly 
(AA)- 

COVINGTON, c. h., Newton Co. Q 
2,062t pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 41 m. 
W. by S. W. of Atlanta, the State capital, 
and 130 W. from Augusta. Cotton and agri- 
' cultural machinery manufactured. Farm- 
ing. 

ADVOCATE: Saturdays; negro: eight 
nages 13xl9J^; subscription $1; established 
October, 1903; S. H. King, editor; Advocate 
Publishing Co., publisher.-* (1—5 P). 

GEORGIA ENTERPRISE; Fri- 
days; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1865; James P. 
Cooley. editor and publisher (1—7). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 



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GEORGIA. 



CRAWFORD VILLE, c. h.. Talia- 
ferro Co. a 597+ pop., on Georgia Rd., 64 m. 
W. of Augusta. Carriage shops. 

ADVOCATE-DEMOCRAT; Fridajs; 
democratic; eight pages lGx22; subscription 
$1; established— Pieopie'a Advocate 1892, 
Democrat 1876 ; J. C. "Williams, editor and 
publisher (7—5). 

CUMMINO, c. h., Forsyth Co. ^ 239+ 
pop., 40 ni. N. of Atlanta, tlje State capital. 
Cotton, grain and fruit. 

N O K T U G E O K G I A N ; Fridays ; 
independent; eight pages 13xk0; subscrip- 
tion $1; established i890; J. E. Kirby, edi- 
tor and publisher (8—5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for^ an average issue of 1,824 in 
1897, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory report, 
but was credited with printing more than 
1,000 copies from 1900 to 1904, since 
which it has not been thought to issue 
so many. 

CUTHBERT, c. h., Handolph Co. jD 

2,641+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 26 m. 
E. by S. E. of Eufaula, Ala., and 118 S. W. of 
Macon, Seat of Bethel Male College and 
the Andrew Female College. 

LEADER; Thursdays; four pages 20x26; 
subscription $1; established 1891; J.J.How- 
ell, editor and publislier. 

L.IBERAL.-ENTERPRISE ; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub.scription 
$1; established 1866; J. N. Stanford & Son, 
editors and publishers. 

DAHLONEGA, c. h., Lumpkin Co. [j 

1,255+ pop., 70 m. N. E. of Atlanta, the State 
capital. Seat of North Georgia State Agri- 
cultural College. Farming. Center of Apa- 
lachian gold belt. 

NUGGET; Fridays; four pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1888; W.B. Town- 
send, editor and publisher. 

SIGNAL; Fridays ; people's party ; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1840; J. W. Woodward, editor and publisher. 

DALLAS, c. h., Paulding Co. ^ 644t 

pop.,onSouthern Rd., 34 m. N.W. of Atlanta, 

the State capital. Farming. 

PAULDING NEW ERA; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 16x22; subscription 
75 cents; established 1882; R. B. Walker, edi- 
tor and publisher. 

DALTON, c. h., Whitfield Co. ^ 4,315t 
pop., on Western 8l Atlantic and Southern 
Rds., 36 m. S. E. of Chattanooga, Tenn.,and 
100 N. by N. W. of Atlanta, the State cap. 
Ital. Agriculture and stock raising. Grain, 
cotton and potatoes. 

ARGUS; Saturdays ; democratic ; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 1878; 
B. L. Heartsill, editor and publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,500 for the year 
1896, since which it has not furnished 
any definite and satisfactory report, 
but was credited with more than 1,000 
in 1907. 

HERALD; Thursdays ; farmers' al- 
liance; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1893; J. A. Bodenhamer. editor 
and publisher ^ A A). 

NORTH GEORGIA CITIZEN; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; eight to twelve 



pages 18x24 ; subscription 81 ; established 
1850; T. S. Shope and A. J. Showalter, editor* 
and publishers (12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,059 for 
the year 1902, but has not since made 
any definite and satisfactory claim for 
issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

I»IUSIC TEACHER AND HOME 
MAGAZINE; bl-n.onthly; music; thirty- 
six pages 7x9; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished 1S85; A. J. Showalter, editor; A. J. 
Showalter Co., publishers U— 8). 

DANIELS VILLE, c. h., Madison 

Co. cf 194+ pop., 15 m. N. E. of Athens. Cot- 
ton raising. 

MONITOR; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; established 
1882; B. T. Moseley and E. J. Christy, edi- 
tors and publishers, 

DARIEN, c. h,, Mcintosh Co. D, l,739t 

pop., on Darlen & Western Rd. and Alta 

maha r., 60 m. S. of Savannah. Timber and 

lumber. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $2,50; estab- 
lished 1874; Richard W. Grubb, editor and 
publisher. 

DAWSON, c. h., Terrell Co. p 2,926^ 

pop., on Central of Georgia and Georgia 

& Alabama Rds., 98 m. S. W. of Macon. 

Sugar cane and cotton. 

NEWS; Wednesdays; democratic; twelve 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1884; 
E. L. Rainey, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 1,100 in 1900, 
1,300 in 1902, since which time it has 
not furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies for the years 
1906 and 1907. 

DA WSONVILLE, c. h., Dawson Co. 

\^ 217+ pop., 18 ni. E. of Jasper. Farming 
and mining. 

DAAVSON CO. ADVERTISER; 

Saturdays; democratic; four pages 13x2(t; 
subscription $1; established 1887; John B. 
Thomas & Son, editors and publishers. 

DECATUR, c. h., Dekalb Co. ^ l,418t 
pop., on Georgia Rd., 6 m. E. of Atlanta, the 
State capital. Farming. 

OUR MISSIONARY HELPER ; 

monthly; baptist; eight pages 11x15; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1893; Mrs. C. 
E. Kerr, editor and publisher (3—8), 
Copies printed: 1,016 in 1907 

DOUGLAS, c,h,,Co/ec Co. g 617+ pop., 
about 10 m. W. of Nichols, the nearest sta- 
tion on Way cross Air Line Rd. Naval stores. 
Farming. 
ENTERPRISE; Saturdays (A A). 

DOUGLASVILLE, c, h., Douglas 

Co. -a 1,140+ pop,, on Southern Rd., 27 m. W. 
of Atlanta, the State capital. Cotton mar- 
ket. Farming. 

DOUGLASVILLE CO. SENTINEL; 

Wednesdays; democratic; eight pages IBx 
20; subscription $1; established May, 1905; 
T. A. J. Majors, editor and publliher (5— 5P), 
NEW SOUTH; Thursdays; four pages 
17x24; subscription $1; established 1878; C. F. 
Douglas, editor and publisher. 



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GEORGIA. 



BTTBIilN, C. h., Laurens Co. U 2,987+ 
pop., on Macon, Dublin & Savannah, Oconee 
& Western and Wrightsville & Tennille 
Rds. and Oconee r., 55 m. E. of Macon and 
120 W. of Savannah. Turpentine, lumber, 
farming and manufacturing. 

COURIER-DISPATCH; semi week- 
ly, Tuesdays and Fridays; democratic; four | 
to ten pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; ea 
tabiished— Courier 1894, Dispatch 1893; con- 
solidated December, 1899; Stanley & Hilton, 
editors and publishers (12 — 4). 

Copies printed: This paper never fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory state- 
ment but has had credit for issuing 
more than i,ooo in 1906 and 1907. 

TIMES; semi weekiy, Mondays and 
Thursdays; democratic; eight to twelve 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
January, 1903; Dublin Printing Co., Inc., edi- 
tors and publishers (1—7). 

EASTMAN, c. h., Dodge Co. a l.es.'St 

pop., on Southern and Dublin & Savannah 
Rds., 56 m. S. by S. E. of Macon. Agricul- 
ture and sheep raising. Shipping point for 
turpentine and lumber. 

TIMES-JOURNAL; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established — Times 1873, Journal 1834, con- 
solidated 1888; C. M. Methuln, editor and 
publisher (7—5). 

EASTPOINT, FultonCo. ^ 1.315t 
pop., at Junction of Atlanta & West Point 
and Central of Georgia Rds., 6 m. S. E. of 
Atlanta, the State capital and county seat. 
Fertilizer works, cotton-seed oil mill, cir- 
cular-saw and wagon factories. 

PliOWBOY; Saturdays; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established 1884; R. F. 
Thompson, editor; The Plowboy Co., publish- 
ers (A A). 

SOUTH FULTON ENTERPRISE; 
Saturdays; eight pages 17J^x24; subscrip- 
tions!; established September, 1905; Garnett 
McMillan, editor and publisher (12—5 P). 

EATONTON, c. h., Putnam Co. o 

2,500 pop.— local estimate 2,800— on Central 
of Georgia Rd., 23 m. N. by N. W. of Mil- 
ledgevllle and 60 N. by N. E. of Macon. 
Agriculture, cotton and peach growing. 

MESSENGER; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
18fi8; Charles Stirling Wilson, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

MIDDLE GEORGIA INDEKi Wed 
nesdays; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established August, 1902; H. G. Roby, editor 
and publisher (A A). 

EDISON, Calhoun Co. P 900 pop., on 
Georgia, Florida & Alabama Rd., 16 m. S. of 
Cuthbert and 49 m. N. of Balnbridge. Cot- 
ton gin and cotton seed oil mill, cigar fac- 
tory and fertilizer plant. 

NEWS; Fridays; local; ten pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established August, 1904; 
A. M.Lane, editor and publisher (1—8). 

EliBERTON, c.h., Elbert Co. [^3,834t 

pop., on Seaboard Air Line and Southern 

Rds., 10 m. W. of Savannah r. and 75 N. W. 

of Augusta. Cotton, fruit and grain. 

STAR; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; democratic; eight pages 17^4x22; sub- 



scription $1.50; established 1888 as weekly; 

W. L. Skelton, editor and publisher (2—8). 
Copies printed: 1,672 in 1900 
2,169 iti 1903 
2,372 in 1904 
2,199 in 1905 
2,210 in 1906 
2,19s in 1907 

ELLAVILLE, c.h., Schley Co. -n 474t 

pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 48 m. E. S. 

E. of Columbus. Seat of Ellaville Institute. 

Peach growing. Cotton market. 

SCHLEY CO. NEWS {Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; 
established 1885 ; J. H. Cheney, editor and 
busln«8s manager. 

ELLIJAY, c. h., Gilmer Co. b 581t 
pop., on Atlantic, Knoxville & Northern Rd., 
87 m. N. of Atlanta, the State capital. Lum- 
ber and planing mill. Butter and cheese 
market. Coop factory. 

COURIER; Thursdays: independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1875; Tabor & Ellington, editors and pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

TIMES; Wednesdays: democratic; four 
pages 17x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 1899 ; 
S. Estes Johnson, editor and publisher (7—5). 

FAIRBURN, c. h., Campbell Co, -o 
761-I- pop., on Atlanta & West Point Rd., 19 
m. S. W. of Atlanta, the State capital. Cot- 
ton, grain and fruit. 

CAMPBELL NEWS; Fridays; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1S«1: Charles D. Toney, editor and publisher. 

FAYETTEVILIiE,c. h., Fayette Co. 

-n 430f pop., on Southern Rd., 24 m. S. of At- 
lanta, the State capital. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1888; E. P. Mize, editor; News Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

FITZGERALD, Irwin Co. g l,817t 
pop., on Georgia & Alabama, Tifton & 
Northeastern and Fitzgerald & Atlantic 
Rds. Farming. 

ENTERPRISE; triweekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays; four pages 15x22; 
subscription $2; established 1895; J. E. Mer- 
cer, editor; Fitzgerald Publishing Company, 
publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,159 in 
1900, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory report, 
but was credited with printing more than 
1,000 copies in 1902 and 1907. 
ADVANCE; Saturdays; four pages 15x22; 
subacrlptlou 01 ; established Septe mber, 
19ue; Thos. W. Clark, editor; Fitzgerald Ad- 
vance Publlshiug Co., publishers. 

BEN HILL CO. NEW8» Fridays 
(▲A). 

PEOPLE ; Saturdays ; independent ; eight 
pages 1234^17^: subscription 75 cents; estab 
llshed March, 1904; A. H. Jones, editor; Peo- 
ple Publishing Co., publishers (1—7). 

SOUTHEASTERN ODD FELLOW; 
monthly (A A). 

FOLKSTON, c. h., Charlton Co. P, 600 
pop., on Atlantic Coast Line and Southern 
Rds.. 35 m. S. E. of Way cross. 

CHARLTON CO. HERALD; Thura 

days; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 



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scrlption $1; established 1899; W, W. Tyler, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

FORSYTH, Monroe Co. u 3,Onot pop., 
on Central of Georgia Rd.. 26 m. N. of Ma- 
eon. Cotton mills, oil mill, lumber mills. 

3IONKOE ADVERTISER; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1856; Saunders & Evans, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

PROGRESSIVE JOURNAL; Satur 
days; negro; four page-s 17Vax24: subscrip- 
tion $1; established November. 1905; William 
Hubbard, editorand publisher (1—6 P) (A A). 

rORT GAINES, Clay Co. p l,305t 

pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 22 m. S. of 

Quitman. Farming. 

SENTINEL; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1895; W. C. Thomas, editor and publisher. 

FORT VALLEY, Houston Co. a 
2,022+ pop., on Central of Georgia and 
Southern Rds., 29 m. S. W. of Macon. Vari- 
ous manufactures. Trade in agricultural 
products. Fruit growing. Knitting mill. 
LEADER; Thursdays; democratic; eight 

pages 13x20; subscription $i ; established 1890; 

Thomas J. Shepard, editor and publisher. 

FRANKLIN, c. h., Heard Co. -n 500 

pop.— of township 1,572+— on Chattahoochee 
r., 14 ra. fromHogansville and 38 N. by N. E. 
of West Point. Farming and shipping. 
Mineral deposits. Cotton-seed oil and fer- 
tilizers. 

NEWS AND BANNER; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established 1876; P. F. McCutchen, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

GABBETTVILLE, Troup Co. -n 50 
pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rd., 9 m. S.W. 
of La Grange. 

ENTERPRISE AND I. B.O. JOUR- 
NAL; Saturdays; independent; four pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established 1895; W. 
S. Cannon, editor and publisher (1—5). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 
GAINESVILLE, c. h., Hall Co. b 

4,382+ pop., on Georgia and Southern Rds. 

and in the crescent formed by the Currahee 

and Blue Ridge mountains, 53 m. N. E. of 

Atlanta, the State capital. Summer resort. 

Agriculture, manufacturing and mining. 

EAGLE; Thursdays; democratic; eijfht 
pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; established 1860; 
W. H. Craig, editor; Eagle Publishing Co., 
publishers (12—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,411 in 
1903, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies for the 
vears 1906 and 1907. 

HERALD; weekly (A A). 

INDUSTRIAL NEWS; Wednesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1888; A. S. Hardy, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 



GEORGIA. 



factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

GIBSON, C-. h., Glascock Co. D- 600 

pop., on Augusta Southern Rd., 14 m. S. of 

Warrenton. Cotton. 

RECORD; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 17x24; subscription $1; established 1891; 
J. W. Whiteley, editor and publisher (1—8). 

GLENN VILLE, Tattnall Co. Q 2691 
pop., on Register & Glennville Rd., about 
70 m. S. W. of Savannah. 
BANNER; Fridays (A A). 

GRAY, Jones Co. n on Macon & Nor- 
thern Rd., about 20 m. from Macon. Corn 
and cotton. Farming. 

JONES CO. NEWS; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages 18x24 ; established 
1894 ; M. C. Greene, editor and publisher. 

GREENVILLE, c. h., Meriwether 

Co. -G815+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 
50 m. N. E. of Columbus and 72 S. by S. W. 
of Atlanta, the State capital. Cotton, corn, 
peas and potatoes. 

MERIWETHER VINDICATOR; 

Fridays; democratic; foui- pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1; established 1872; Wm. T. Revill, 
editor and publisher. 

G R E E N S B O R O, c. h., Greene 

Co. n 1,511+ pop., on Georgia Rd., 84 m. W. 

of Augusta and 88 E. by 8. E. of Atlanta, 

the State capital. Cotton, corn and hay. 

HERALD- JOURNAL ; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1866; J. C. Williams, editor and 
publisher (1 — 8). 

GRIFFIN,c.h., SiiaZdmy Co. -D 6,857t 
pop., on Central of Georgia and Southern 
Rds., 43 m. S. from Atlanta, the State capital. 
Cotton factories, iron foundries, chair 
factory and cotton-seed oil mills. Cotton 
and fruit raising. U. S. and State Experi- 
ment Farms located here. 

CALL; every morning except Sundays; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1892; W. E. H. Searcy, editor; Griffin 
Publishing Co., publishers (12— 5 P). 

NEWS AND SUN; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and W^EEKLY, Fridays; 
democratic; daily four pages 18x24, weekly 
eight pages 15x22; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly 50 cents; established 1871; Douglas 
Glessner, editor and publisher (12—5). 

Copies printed: Without ever having 
received a detailed and satisfactory re- 
port the weekly edition of this paper 
was credited with issuing more than 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

ECHO; Saturdays; negro; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1888; A. S. Boynton, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MIDDLE GEORGIA FARMER 1 
Thnrsdays, agriculture and horticulture; 
eight pages 15x22; established 1889;W. E. H. 
Searcy, editor; Griffin Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (9-5 P). 

GUYTON, Effingham Co. D- 800t pop., 
on Central of Georgia Rd., 5 m. W. of 
Springfield, the county seat, and 30 N. W. of 
Savannah. Farming. Turpentine. Gov- 



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ernment Sugar and Syrup Experimental 

Station. 

EFFINGHAM CO. NEWS; Fridays; 
elgiit pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1894; W. A. Snow, editor and publisher. 

HAGAN, Tattnall Co. P, 250 pop., on 

Register & Glenville and Seaboard Air Line 

Rds. , 10 m. E. of Collins. Agriculture. 

TATTNAL.L. TIMES; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established April, 1901; Ben M. Dorsey, 
editor and publisher. 

HAMILTON, c. h., Harris Co. -n 418t 

pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 25 m. N. of 

Columbus. A mountain summer resort. 

J O U R N A Ij ; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; established 
1872; C. K. Stout, editor and publisher (1—8). 

HARLEM, Columbia Co. n-527t pop., 

on Georgia Rd., 25 m. W. of Augusta. Saw 

and planing mill. Farming. 

COL.U3IBIA SENTINEL,; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24: subscription 
$1; established 1882; J. M. Atkinson, editor 
and publisher. 

DIGEST; Thursdays (A A). 

HART'WELL, c.li.. Hart Co. [^l,672t 

pop., on Hartwell Rd., 40 m. N. E. of Athens 

and 22 S. W. of Anderson, S. C. Agriculture. 

SUN; Thursdays; democratic; four pages 
16x22; subscription $1; established 1876; John 
H. and James T. Magill, editors and publish- 
ers. 

HAWKINSVILLE, c. h., Pulaski 

Co. D 2,103t pop.— local estimate 3,000— on 
Southern, Wrightsville & Tennille, Haw 
kinsville & Florida Southern Rds. and Oc- 
mulgee r., at head of navigation, about 48 
m. S. of Macon. Cotton raising, cotton- 
seed oil and cotton mill. 

DISPATCH AND NEWSj semi 
weekly; eight pages 15x22; subscription$1.50; 
established 1867; Josephus Tarver, editor; 
J. J. Harvard, publisher. 

HAZLEHURST, Jeff Davis Co. P, 

793+ pop., on Southern Rd., 100 m. W. of 

Savannah. Saw mills. 

NEWS: Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
February, 1904; L. C. Pennington, editor and 
publisher (12—5). 

HINESVILLE, c. h.. Liberty Co. Z\ 

162 pop., 30 m. W. S. W. of Savannah. 

Timber, cotton and rice. 

LIBERTY CO. HERALD; Wednes 
days; democratic; six pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1871 ; Robert M. Martin, 
editor; Herald Publishing Co., publishers. 
Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,050 for 
the year 1900, but has not since made 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

HOGANSVILLE, Troup Co. CJ 

893+ pop., on Atlanta & West Point Rd., 70 

m. S. W. of Atlanta. 

NEWS; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; Fred C. Wright, 
editor and publisher (2—7). 



GEORGIA. 



HOMER, c. h., Banks Co. cf 221t pop., 

20 m. E. of Gainesville and 28 N. of Athens. 

Agriculture. 

BANKS CO. JOURNAL; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1890; C. A. Meeks, editor; 
Journal Publishing Company, publishers. 

HOMERVILLE, c h., Clinch Co. g 
434+ pop., on Plant System Rd., half way 
between Valdosta and Way cross. Agricult- 
ure, naval stores and lumber, 

CLINCH CO. NEWS; Fridays; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1897; 
G. M. Dame, editor and publisher. 

IRWINTON, c. h., Wilkinson Co. u 

227+ pop., 3 m. S.W. from Mclntyre's station, 

on Central of Georgia Rd. Agriculture. 

BULLETIN; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1; established 
1895; J. T. & W. H. Rutland, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

IRWINVILLE, Iricin Co. g on 

Atlantic & Birmingham Rd. 24 m. S. by W. 

of Abbeville. 

IRWIN CO. COURIER; Frldajs; 
democratic; four pages 15x22* subscription 
$1; established November, 1902; W. M. Rogers, 
editor and publisher (7—5). 

JACKSON, c. h., Butts Co. u l,487t 
pop., on Southern Rd., 43 m. N. of Macon 
and 45 S. of Atlanta, the State capital. 
Agriculture. 

ARGUS; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1873; Mrs. A. H. Shaver, editor and publisher 
(4—6 P). 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

RECORD ; Wednesdays; eight pages 
12x16; subscription $1; established 1881; D. 
J. Thaxton, editor and publisher. 

JASPER, c. h., Pickens Co. ^ 379t pop., 
on Atlanta, Knoxville & Northern Rd.,27 
m. N. by N. E. of Canton. Farming. 

PICKENSCO.PROGRESS?Fridavs; 

democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
81; established 1886; G. A. Bartlett, editor 
and publisher. 

JEFFERSON, c. h., Jackson Co. D- 

726+ pop., on Gainesville Midland Rd.,28m. 
S. E. of Gainesville. Good water power. 
Saw mill, oil wells and cotton gins. Agri- 
culture and dairying. 

JACKSON HERALD ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1870; Holder & Williamson, 
editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that effect. 
The publisher has admitted that no such 
record has been kept as would make it 
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average issues as the Directory editor 
requires, 

JESUP, c. h., Wayne Co. O, 805t pop., 

on Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Rds. 
Timber and naval stores. Farming. 

SENTINEL; Thursdajs ; democratic; 
eight pages l7x".J4 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1866; R. M. Millken and T. B. Hartig, editors 
and publishers (.1—8). 

WAYNE CO. NEWS ; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1 ; established 1897; N. L. Stafford, editor and 
publisher. 

JONESBORO, Clayton Co. -n 877 r 
pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 21 m. S. of 
Atlanta. 
ENTERPRISE; Fridays; democratic; 

four pages 15x22; subscription .$1; estab- 
lished 1892; J. A. Morrow, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

LAFAYETTE, c. h., Walker Co. t: 

49H pop.— local estimate 2,000 — jn Central 
of Georgia Rd., 40 m. W. of Rome and 25 S. 
of Chattanooga, Tenn. Health resort. 

WAL.KER CO. MESSENGER; 

Fridays; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1877; N. C. Napier, editor; 
George M. Napier, publisher (1—8). 
Copies printed: 1,427 in 1901 
1,590 in 1902 
1,640 in 1903 
1,736 in 1904 
2,005 in 190S 
2,279 in 1906 
2,488 in 1907 

LAGRANGE, c. h., Troup Co. -n 

4,274f pop.— local estimate 6,000— on Atlanta 
& West Point, Macon & Birmingham and 
Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Rds., 71 
m. S. W. of Atlanta, the State capital. 
Cotton-seed oil mill, guano, carriage, cot- 
ton and ice manufactories. Cotton, grain 
and other agricultural products. 

GRAPHIC : Tuesdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1888; J. B. Daniel, editor and publisher U— 8). 

REPORTER; Fridays; democratic; 
eight to twelve pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1843; J. O. Bell, editor; The Re- 
porter Publishing Co., Inc., publishers (6—5). 
Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies but failed to furnish such definite 
inf'ormation as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any definite or 
satisfactory renewal of the claim. 

LAVONIA, Franklin Co. cf 699f pop., 
on Southern Rd., 125 m. N. E. of Atlanta, 
the State capital. Cotton. 

S T A N D A R n-G A U G E ; Saturdays ; 
four pas-es 15:5^22; subscription $1; established 
18? 1: J. J. Hardv, editor and publisher. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic: six to 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished July, 1905; Luther Roberts, editor; La- 
vonia Publishing Co., publishers (8— 5P). 

LAWRENCEVILLE, c. h.. Gwin- 

nett Co. ti 1.200+ pop., on Seaboard Air Line 
and Southern Rds., 34 m. N. E. of Atlanta, 
the State capital. Masonic Institute. 
Farming and manufacturing. 
GWINNETT JOURNAL.; semi- 



weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 75 
cents; established May, 1902; J. A. Bagwell, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
statement, but has been credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

NEWS HERALD; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 75 
cents; established 1871; J. L. Hagood, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

LEESBURG, Lee Co. p 413 pop., on 

Central of Georgia Rd., 10 m. N. of Albany, 

LEE CO. JOURNAL; Fridays; local; 
eight pages 11x16; subscription $1: estab- 
lished August. 1897; M. E. Tison, editor and 
publisher (2—5 P). 

LEXINGTON, c. h., Oglethorpe Co.^ 

635+ pop., on Georgia Rd., 16 m. S. E. of 

Athens. General trade center. 

OGLETHORPE ECHO; Fridajs ; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1 ; established 1874 ; W. A. Shackelford , editor 
and publisher. 

LINCOLNTON, c. h., Lincoln Co. cf 
221+ pop., 40 m. N.W. of Augusta. Furniture 
manufacturing and mining. 

LINCOLN HOME J O U R N A li; 

Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 13x20; 
subscriptlOTi SI; established 1893; James H 
Boykin, editor and publisher. 

LINDALE, Floyd Co. ^ 2,.%9t pop.~ 

GEORGIA FREE LANCE; Satur- 
days (A A). 

LOUISVILLE, c. h., Jefferson Co. n 
1,009+ pop., on Louisville & Wadley Rd. and 
Ogeechee r., 40 m. S. of Augusta. Agricult- 
ure. Cotton, corn and sweet potatoes. 

NEWS AND FARMER; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 13x24; subscription 
$1 ; established 1871 ; J. W. White, editor and 
publisher. 

LUMPKIN, c. h., Stewart Co. p l,470t 

pop., on Georgia & Alabama Rd., 36 m. W. 

of Amerlcus. Mining. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 187^; A. W. Latimer, editor and 
publisher. 

LYONS, Toombs Co. P, 534t pop., on 
Seaboard Air Line and Garbutt & Donovan 
Short Line Rds. 

PROGRESS ; Fridays ; independent ; 
fourteen pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished January, 1905; L. W. Moore, editor and 
publisher (1—6). 

MoDONOUGH, c. b., Henry Co. -G 
6S0+ pop., on Georgia Rd., 28 m. S. S. E. of 
Atlanta, the State capital, and 59 N. W. of 
Macon. Cotton shipping point. 

HENRY CO. WEEKLY; Fridays; 

democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1876; J. A. Fouche, editor and 
publisher. 

MACON, c.h., Bibb Co. n 23,272tpop., 

on Central of Georgia, Georgia, Georgia 
Southern & Florida, Macon & Birmingham. 
Macon, Dublin & Savannah and Southern 
Rds. and Ocmulgee r., 103 m. S. E. of At- 
lanta, the State capital, 100 E. N, E. of Col- 
umbus, 124 W. S. W. of Augusta and 198 W. 



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N. W. of Savannah. Cotton market and 
trade center. 

EVENING NEWrS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; democratic; eight pages 17x22; 
subscription Sf5; established 1884; John T. 
BoifeulUet, editor; News Printing Co., pub- 
lishers (10— 5 P). 

Copies printed: For the year 1900 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000. cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ?.c- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

TEIjEGRAPH; every morning, and 
W E E K Li Y ; democratic; daily and 
weekly eight to sixteen, Sunday twenty to 
thirty six pages 20x26; subscription— daily 
$7, weekly $1; established 1826; C. R. 
Pendleton, manager; Macon Telegraph Pub 
lishing Company, publishers (1—8;. 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement was ever obtained 
fiom either edition of this paper, but 
the daily was credited with exceeding 
4,000 in 1891 and 1907. 

The Sunday edition had credit for 
exceeding 4,000 in 1907. 

MoRAE,c.h., Telfair Co. g l,020tpop., 

on Savannah, Amerieus & Montgomery and 

Southern Rds., 112 m. N. W. of Brunswick 

and 77 S. E. of Macon. Farming. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established 1887; O.F. McRae, editor and pub 
Usher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

MADISON, cA\., MorganCo. D l,992t 
pop., on Georgia and Central of Georgia 
Rds., 68 m. E. by S. E. of Atlanta, the State 
capital, and 104 W. by N. W. of Augusta. 
Cotton compress. Shipping point for cotton. 

ADVERTISER; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established 1885; Millard George, editor and 
publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

MADISONIAN; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription SI; estab- 
lished 1871; W. T. Bacon, editor and pub- 
lisher (7—5). 

MANSFIELD, Nen-ton Co. D SOj 

pop., on Central of Georgia Rd. 

LEADER; Fridays; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established 1902; Joe Win 
burn, editor and publisher (8— 6P). 

MARIETTA, c. h.. Cohh Co. [j 4,446t 

pop., on Western & Atlantic and Atlanta, 
Knoxville & Northern Rds., 20 m. N. W.of 

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Atlanta, the State capital. Agriculture and 
stock raising. 

C O U R I E R ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished January, 1902; Fred Morris, editor; 
Courier Publishing Co., publishers (7—5). 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1866 ; Neal & Massey, editors and pub- 
lIshers_(12-4). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement was ever obtained 
from this paper, but it has had credit 
for exceeding 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MAYSVILLE, Banks Co. cf 453t 

pop., on Southern Rd., about 80 m. N. E. of 

Atlanta. 

NEWS; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages 11x16; subscription $1 ; established 
April, 1906; Miss Frellie Maddux, editor and 
publisher (5—6 P). 

MEIGS, Thomas Co. p 617t pop., on 

Atlantic Coast Line Rd., 20 m. N. of Thom- 

asvllle. 

REVIEW; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1906; R. L. Braswell, editor and publisher 
(3-8). 

MEIiDRIM, Effingham Co. D- on Cen- 
tral of Georgia Rd., 17 m. W. of Savannah, 
Corn, cotton, rice, potatoes, peas and sugar 
cane. 

GUI DON; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 13x2(); subscription SI; established 1894; 
G. B Whatley, editor and publisher (A A). 

MIIiLiEDGEVILiLE, c. h., Baldwin 

Co. D 7,500 pop., on Central of Georgia 
and Georgia Rds. and Oconee r., 30 m. N. 
E. of Macon. Water power for milling 
and manufacturing. Seat of State Lunatio 
Asylum, Georgia Normal and Industrial 
College for Girls and Middle Georgia Mili- 
tary and Agricultural College. Cotton ' 
raising. 

NEWS; Saturdays; eight to twelve pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established October, 
1901; W. J. Vaughan, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

Copies printed for the years 1906 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

UNION-RECORDER; Tuesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established— i^(ederaZ Union 1829, South- 
ern Recorder 1819, consolidated 1872; Barnes 
Moore & Son, editors and publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

MILiLEN, Screven Co. D- 4Ilt pop., on 
Central of Georgia and Millen South- 
western Rd. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; eight pages 
1514x22; subscription $1; established 1903; W. 



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S. Dodlin, editor; MlUen Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers (1—5). 

MIIiNER, Pi^ Co. -D 440t pop., on 
Central of Georgia Rd., 12 m. S. of Griffin. 
Agriculture. 

PIKE CO. NEWS; Saturdays; iiide 
pendent; eight pages 13x20; subscription 2." 
cents; established 1901; Marshall. Smith & 
Co., editors and publishers (12—5) (A A). 

PEE WEE MAGAZINE ; monthly; 
literarj'^; sixteen pages 4}^x8; subscription 
25 cents; established January, 1904; Marshall 
Smith, editor and publisher (1—7) (A A). 

Copies printed: 531 in 1906. 

MITCHELL, Glascock Co. n- on Au- 
gusta Southern Rd., 6 m. W. of Gibson, the 
county seat. Farming. 

GLASCOCK BANNER; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 18S4; Cooper & Allen, editors 
and publishers. 

MONROE, c. h., Walton Co. t\ 1.8^61 

pop., on Gainesville, Jefferson & Southern 
Rd. Shipping point for cotton. Cotton, 
oil and fertilizer mills. Agi-iculture. 

WAL.TON NEWS; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1881; J. H. Felker, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1898 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

WALTON TRIBUNE; Fridays; 
democratic; eight to sixteen ages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 19()0; Ernest 
Camp, editor and publisher (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,156 in 
1901, of 1,415 in 1903. since which 
time it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credit- 
ed with printing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies in 1906 and 1907. 

MONTEZUMA, Macon Co. -D 719t 
pop., on Central of Georgia Rd. and Flint r., 
49 m, S. W. of Macon and 153 S. of Atlanta, 
the State capital. Steam cotton gins and 
artesian wells. Shipping point for cotton. 
RECORD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1872; J. C. Sawtell, editor and publisher. 
Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 cop- 
ies regularly, but such definite informa- 
tion as would warrant such a rating 
has never been forthcoming. 

MONTICELLO, c. h., Jasper Co. n 

l,106t pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 45 m. 

N. of Macon and 99 S. E. of Atlanta, the 

State capital. Saw, flour and oil mills. 

Center of cotton belt. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $1; established 
1881; Mrs. A. P. Penn, editor; F. L. Penn, 
publisher ( 1—8). 

MOULTRIE, c. h., Colquitt Co. g 
2,221+ pop., on Georgia Northern and 



GEORGIA. 



Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Rds. Saw 
and cotton mills, naval stores, Sea Island 
cotton, cooperage and R.R. shops. 

OBSERVER; every evening except 
Sunday; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1894; C. B. Allen, 
editor; Observer Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers (7—3 P). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1906 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
T.ooo copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

MOUNT AIRY, Habersham Co. cf 

310+ pop., on Southern Rd., 8 m. S. of 

Clarkesville, the county seat. Farming. 

PROTECTIONIST; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; eight pages 15x22; subscription SI; es- 
tablished 1896; M. C. Wilcox, editor and pub- 
lisher (5—3) (A A). 

MOUNT VERNON, c. h.,Mo7itgom. 

ery Co. □ 578+ pop.. 00 Georgia & Alabama 
Rd., 1 m. E. of Oconee r. and 100 W. of Savan- 
nah. Timber-shipping point. 

MONTGOMERY MONITOR; 

Thursdays ; democratic ; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1886; N. L. Staf- 
ford, editor; Monitor Publishing Company, 
publishers. 

NASHVILLE, c h., Berrien Co. p 
1,000 pop., on Nashville & Sparks and Doug- 
las, Augusta & Gulf Rds.. 25 m. N. of Val- 
dosta. Farming. 

HERALD; Fridays; independent; four 
to eight pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished January, 1904; Albert C. Sweat, editor 
and publisher (7—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,076 for 1904 
and 1,457 for 1905, since which time 
it has not furnished a definite _ and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies in 
1907. 

NEWNAN, c. h., Coweta Co. -a 3,654t 
pop., at junction Atlanta & West Point and 
Central of Georgia Rds. Oil, cotton and 
corn mills, iron works, harness and cigar 
manufactories and tanneries. 

HERALD AND ADVERTISER; Fri- 
days ; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription SI; established 1865 ; James E. 
Brown, editor ; The Newnan Publishing Co.. 
publishers (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,325 in 1895, 1,650 in 
1 000, but has not since made definite 
and satisfactory claim to issuing so 
many as 1,000 copies. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scriptions!; established 1900; C. M. Morcock, 
editor and publisher ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1907 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

NORMAN PARK, Colquitt Co. p 
on Atlantic & Birmingham and Sparks, 
Moultrie & Gulf Rds., about 10 m. N. E. of 
Moultre. the county seat. 
PRESS; Thursdays (A A). 



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OCILLA, Irwiji, Co. I? 805t pop., on 
Georgia & Alabama Rd., 9 m. S. E. of 
Irwinville, the county seat. Naval stores 
and lumber. 
STAR J Fridays (A A"). 

OGLETHORPE, c. h., Macon Co. -o 
545+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd.,50m. 
S. of Macon. Agriculture. 
3IA COX CO. CITIZEN; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x23; subscription $1; 
established 1889; Leon C. Greer, editor and 
publisher. 

OXFORD, Neirton Co. D 800 pop., on 
Georgia, Central of Georgia Rds., about 38 
m. E. S. E. of Atlanta. 

EMORY PHOENIX; monthly during 
college year; collegiate; fifty to sixty pages 
7x9; subscription $1.50; established 1884; Stu- 
dents of Emory College, editors and pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

PELHAM, Mitchell Co. p 945t pop., 
on Plant System Rds., 34 m. S. of Albany. 
Cotton, fruit and melons. 
JOURNAL; Fridays: democratic; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
October 1, 1902; H. H. Merry, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PEMBROKE, ^ri/aH Co. ^306 pop., 

on Georgia & Alabama Rd., 15 m. X. W. 

of Clyde, the county seat. Lumbering and 

naval stores. 

BRYAN ENTERPRISE; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 18x20; subscription 
$1; established 1900; M. E. Carter, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

PERRY, c. h., Houston Co. u 650t pop., 
on Central of Georgia Rd. and Big Indian 
creek, 28 m. S. by S. W. of Macon. Cotton 
country. 

HOME JOURNAL.; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic : eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; 
established 1870; John H. Hodges, editor and 
publisher. 

POULAN, Worth Co. g 474t pop., on 
Atlantic Coast Line Rd., 3 m. E. of Sylves 
ter, the county seat. 

SEARCHIilGHT: Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 15x22; subscription SI; es- 
tablished December, 1904; P. Pelham, editor 
and publisher (7— 5P). 

NUT GROWER; monthly; horticult- 
ural; eight pages 9x13; subscription 50 cents; 
established 1902; J. F. Wilson, editor; The 
Nut Grower Co., publishers (1—8). 

SOUTHERN FLORIST; monthly 
(▲▲)• 

QUITMAN, c. h., BrooTct Co. g 2,281t 
pop., on Southern Georgia and Plant Sys- 
tem Rds., 174 m. S. W. of Savannah. Cotton 
mills, turpentine and lumber. Agriculture. 

ADVERTISER ; semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays ; eight pages 15x22 ; subscription 
$1; established 1900; Frank P. Wade, editor; 
Advertiser Publishing Company, publishers 
(1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has 
never made a detailed and satisfactory 
statement, but had credit for more than 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

FREE PRESS; Fridays; democratic: 
•ightpages 15x22; subscription $1 ; established 
1876; Edna Cain, editor; John Cain, Jr., pub- 
lisher (5—3). 

Copies printed: This paper has nevsr 



furnished a detailed and satisfactory 
statement, but has had credit for more 

than 1,000 since 1900, including 1907. 

REIDSVILLE, c. h., Tattnall Co. 0, 
257+ pop., 6 m. E. from Collins r. and 66 W. of 
Savannah. Saw and grist mills. Farming 
and timber. 

TATTNALL JOURNAL; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 20x26; subscription 
$1; established 1879; G. G. & H. B. Folsom, 
editors; G. G. Folsom, publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
had credit for issuing so many as 1,000 
copies, and never furnished a statement 
to warrant such credit, but has on one 
or more occasions recorded a protest 
against the rating accorded to it. 

RICHLAND, SttiBart Co. p i.out 
pop., on Seaboard Air Line Rd., about 30 m. 
W. of Americus. 
GEORGIAN; Fridays (A A). 

RINGGOLD, c. h., Catoosa Co. \^ 
437+ pop., on Southern Rd., about 15 m. 
N. W. of Daltou. 

<:AT00SA RECORD; Thursdays 

(A A). 

ROBERTA, Craioford Co. U 2521 pop., 
on Georgia Rd., 1 m. S. E. of Knoxville, the 
county seat, and 22 S. W. of Macon. Cot- 
ton, corn, wheat, oats and fruit. 

CRAWFORD CO. NEWS; Fridays; 
democratic: eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1892; R. M. Reynolds, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

ROCHELLE, Wilcox Co. g 793t pop., 
on Georgia & Alabama Rd., 50 m. E. of 
Americus. Saw mills, cotton gins and grist 
mill. Cotton growing, farming and lum- 
bering. 

NEW ERA; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1887; John T. King, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ROCKMART, Pol^ Co. ^ 575t pop. 
—local estimate 1,500— on Seaboard Air 
Line and Southern Rds., 12 m. E of Cedar- 
town, the county seat, and 47 N. W of At- 
lanta. Planing and saw mills. Portland 
cement, slate and caen stone. 

COURIER ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
eight to twelve pages 11x16; subscription $1 ; 
established 1894; H. F. Joyner, editor and 
publisher (12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the year 1899, but has not 
since set up any definite or satisfac- 
tory claim for issuing so many. 

ROME, c. h., Floyd Go. t] 7.291t pop., 
on Southern, Central of Georgia and Nash- 
ville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Rds. and 
Coosa and Oostanaula rs. Important cot- 
ton depot and manufacturing center. 
TRIBUNE-HERA LD ; every morning 
except Monday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days; democratic; daily eight pages 17x24. 
weeklv eight to sixteen pagesl5x22; subscrip- 
tion—daily $5, weekly $1; established— Tri- 
tmne 1848, Herald 1904; consolidated 1908; J. L. 



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Johuson, W. M. Hardy and J. D, McCarthy, 
editors ; Tribune Herald Co., publisheri- (2—8) . 
Copies printed: (Herald) daily: 
1,412 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement. — Rome Tribune 
and Rome Herald consolidated January 20, 
1908. Tribune-Herald only dally in 7th 
Congressional District, with population 
over 200.(j(JiJ. Herald's daily sworn circula- 
tion in 1907 averaged 1,412. Sworn net cir 
culatioii of Dailv Trirune Herald, 2,400. 
CHEROKEE MESSENGER; month- 
ly (A A). 

xVIASOXIC HERAL.D; monthly; ma 
sonic; thirty-six pages 63^xlOJ^; subscription 
$1; established 1S94; MaxMeyerhardt, editor 
and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,058 in 1901 
2,158 in 1902 
2,216 in 1903 
2,366 in 1905 
2,383 in 1906 
2,408 in 1907 

ROSSVILLE, Walker Co. t]255t pop. 
NEW AGE; Thursdays (A A). 

ROYSTOR, Franklin Co. cfSSot pop., 
on Southern Rd., about 30 m. N. E. of Athens. 
RECORD; Saturdays (A A). 

ST. GEORGE, Charlton Co. R 750 
pop., on Georgia, Southern & Florida Rd. 
and St. Mary's r., 27 m. N. of Jacksonville, 
Fla. Saw and planing mills; turpentine, 
truck farming. In peach and pecan belt. 
GAZETTE; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 1:3x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished May, 1905; John Harris, editor; Ga- 
zette Printing Co., publishers (1—8). 

SANDERSVILLE, c. h., Washing. 

ton Co. a 2,023+ pop., on Augusta Southern 

and Sandersville Rds., 60 m. E. of Macon. 

Cotton and peach growing country. 

HERALD; Thursdays ; democratic ; eight 
pages 15x21 ; subscription $1 ; established 1841 ; 
Howard & "Wood, editors and publish- 
ers (8— 6). 

PROGRESS; Tuesdays; democratic; 
eight to twelve pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1887; C. B. Chapman, editor and 
publisher (12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,526 in 1906, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 1,000 in 
1907. 

SAVANNAH, c. h., Chatham Co. D, 
54,244+ pop., terminus of Central of Geor- 
gia, Florida Central & Peninsular, Georgia 
& Alabama and Plant System Rds. and 
on Savannah r., 18 m. from its mouth. 
Head of river navigation. Large quantities 
of cotton, naval stores, rice and lumber 
are exported. In truck-farming and fruit- 
growing district. 

MORNING NEWS; every morning, 
and WEEKLY, twice-a-week, Mondays 
and Thursdays ; democratic ; eight to twelve 
pages 17x23; subscription— daily $8, weekly 
$1; established 1850; J. H. Estill, editor; 
The Morning News (Inc.), publishers (10— 5 P). 
Copies printed: No report of issues 
put out was ever obtained for either the 
daily or the weekly edition of this pa- 
per, but the daily was believed to ex- 
ceed 4,000 in 1907 and the weekly to 
exceed 1,000. 

To the daily edition the Directory 



accords the so-called Gold Marks © , 
the meaning of which is stated to be 
that advertisers value it more for the 
class and quality of its circulation than 
for the mere number of copies printed. 
PRESS; every evening except Sunday; 
democratic; eight to sixteen pages 17x23; 
subscription $5; established 1891 ; Pleasant 
A. Stovall, editor and publisher (5—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 5,403 in 
1898, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory report, 
but was credited with more than 4,000 
copies in 1906 and 1907. 

COTTON TRADE JOURNAL.; Fri- 
days; industrial; twenty pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1901; Julius A. 
Nelson, editor and publisher (7—5). 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG; Wednesdays; 
German; four pages 15x22; subscription $3; 
established 190(5; Albert Orth. editor and 
publisher (8— 6 P). 

LABOR HERALD; Sundays: labor; 
four to eight pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established February, 1902; W. S. Harris & 
Co., editors and publishers (12—2). 

(Topics printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the years 1903 and 1904, 
but has not since set up any claim for 
issuing so many. 

NATIONAI^ REPUBLICAN; Satur 

days (A A). 

NAVAL. STORES REVIEW; Satur 
days; naval stores; twenty pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $5; established 1890; Thomas Gam- 
ble, Jr.. editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly in the years 1902 and 1903, 
hut has_ not since set up any definite 
and satisfactory claim for issuing so 
many. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays; negro; republi- 
can; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; es- 
tablished 1885; S. C. Johnson, editor; Tribune 
Publishing Company, nublishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1906 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 coijies, but failed to furnish sucn 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that ef- 
fect 

INDEPENDENT; semi-monthly; negro; 
four pages 15x22 ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1900; W. O. P. Sherman, editor; Inde- 
pendent Publishing Company, publishers. 

GAILLARD'S SOUTHERN MED- 
ICINE; monthly; medical; one hundred 
pages 6x10; subscription §2; established 
January. 1866; Wm. Edwards Fitch, M. D., 
editor; Gaillard's Sout' ern Medicine (Inc.), 
publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 6,666 in 1906. 
6,250 in 1907 

NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO; 

monthly; musical and dramatic; thirty-six 
pages 10x14; subscription $1; established 
1891; New York Musical Echo Co., editors and 
publishers. 

Copies printed: No definite and sat- 
isfactory report ever came from this 
paper, but it has been thought to issue 
more than 1,000 since 1901, including 
1906. 

PEACH GROWER; monthly; agricul- 
ture ; twentv-four pages 9x11^^;^; subscription 
50 cents; established 1902; R. M. Martin, edi- 
tor and publisher (4 — 5P). 

SOUTHERN TRADE JOURNAL; 
monthly; drugs and paints; seventy-six 
pages 10x14; subscription $1; established 



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1886 as Southern Druy and Paint Review; E. 
W. Glitton, editor; Jacob Lippman, pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 2,500 in 1894, since 
which time it has not furnished a defi- 
nite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with printing more than 2,000 
copies in 1907. 

SENOIA, Coioeta Co. -n 782t pop., on 
Central of Georgia Rd., 16 m. S. E. of New- 
nan, the county seat. Large mills and cot- 
ton gins. 

ENTERPRISE -GAZETTE; Thurs 
days; democratic; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1891; B.A.Nolan, editor 
and publisher (7—5). 

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Walton Co. ^ 

l,229t pop., on Georgia and Gainesville & 

Midland Rds., about 65 m. N. of Macon. 

NEW ERA; semi-weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays (A A). 

WALTONIAN; Fridays (A A). 

SPARKS, Berrien Co. P 683t pop., on 
Georgia Southern & Florida, Nashville & 
Sparks and Sparks, Moultrie & Gulf Rds., 
about 10 m. W. of Nashville, the county 
seat. 
PATRIOT; Saturdays (A A). 

SPARTA, c. h., Hancock Co. n LlSOf 
pop., on Georgia Rd., about midway be- 
tween Augusta and Macon. Agriculture. 

ISHMAELITE ; Fridays ; democratic; 
eight pages lox2U ; subscription $1 ; established 
1878; Sidney Lewis, editor; T. C. Moore, pub- 
lisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

SPRING PLACE, c. h., Murray Co. 
\d 213+ pop., on Daltou & Alaculsy Rd., 
about 53 m. N. E. of Rome. 
MURRAY NEWS; Fridays (A A). 

STATESBORO. c. h., Bullock Co.n- 

l,19r+pop.,on Dover & StatesboroRd.,50 m. 

N. W. of Savannah. Agriculture. 

NEWS; semi weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; democratic; ten pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1893; News Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers (12—3). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a satisfactory report, but had 
credit for more than 1,000 in 1906 and 
again in 1907. 

BUIiLOCH TIMES; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22 ; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1892; D. B. Turner, editor and pub- 
lisher (6—5). 

STILLMORE, Emanuel Co. D- 741 1 
pop., at junction of Miller & Southwestern 
and Stillmore Air Line Rds., about 9 m. 
N. W. of Savannah. 
LiEADER; Thursdays (A A). 

SUMMER VILLE, c. h., Chattooga 
Co. "□ 486+ pop., on Chattanooga. Rome & 



GEORGIA. 



Columbus Rd.. 45 m. S. of Chattanooga, 

Tenn., and 93 N. W. of Atlanta, the State 

capital. Agriculture. 

NEWS; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1887; O. J. Espey, editor; News Publishing 
Co., publishers (2—7). 

Copies printed: 1,104 ^^ igoi 
1,149 in 1902 
1,610 in 1906 
1,690 in 1907 

SYLVANIA, c. h., Screven Co. U- 545t 

pop., at terminus of Sylvania Rd., 60 na 

N. W. of Savannah. Agriculture. 

TELEPHONE; Fridays; eight pages 
13x20; subscription $1; established 1876; J. H. 
Bussey, editor and publisher. 

SYLVESTER, Worth Co. g 552t pop., 
on Brunswick & Western Rd., about 3 m. 
S. of Isabella, the county seat, 20 E. of Al- 
bany and 21 W. of Tifton. Agriculture. 

W O RT H CO. LOCAL.; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages 16x:d2; subscription 
$1; established 1885; Clittord GruObs, editor 
and publisher. 

TALBOTTON, c. h., Talbot Co. -a 

1,131+ pop., at terminus of Talbotton Rd., 

33 m. N. E. of Columbus. Steam grist mill, 

creamery, cotton gin and cotton-seed oil 

mill. 

NEW ERA; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1870: R. N. R. Bardwell. editor and publisher. 

TALLULAH LODGE, Habersham 
Co. cf 100 m. N. E. of Atlanta. Silk culture, 
farms and silk mills. 

SILK; monthly; silk; sixteen pages 
9x12; subscription $1; established Febru- 
ary, 1903; Louis Borris Magid, edicor; Silk 
Publishing Company, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1905 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

TALLAPOOSA, Haralson Co. t: 

2,128+ pop., on Southern Rd. near Tallapoosa 

r., 63 m. W. of Atlanta, the State capital. 

Manufacturing. Timber, grape growing 

and farming. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 16x22; subscription '$1 ; estab- 
lished 1886; L. Burd, editor and publisher 

(12—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,325 in 
1898, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies in 1906 and 
1907. 

TENNILLE, Washington Co. Q l,121t 
pop., on Central of Georgia, Southern, 
WrightsviUe & Tennille and Sandersville 
Rds., about 60 m. E. by N. of Macon. 
TRIBUNE; Fridays (A A). 

THOM ASTON, c. h., Upson Co. -n 
1,714+ pop., on Central of Georgia and 
Macon & Birmingham Rds., 80 m. S. of At- 



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lanta, the State capitaL Furniture, shoe, 
eorton and carriage manufacturing. 

T 1 31 E S ; Thursdays ; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1869; J. T. Willis, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,053 for 
the year 1898, but has not since made 
claim to issuing so many as 1,000 cop- 
ies. 

THOMASVILLE, c. h., Thomas Co. 

p 5,322t pop., on Atlantic Coast Line and 
Atlantic and Birmingham Rds., midway 
between Savannah and Montgomery. Win- 
ter health resort. Center of fruit and melon 
belt. Cotton and wool. 

TIMES-ENTERPKISE; every morn- 
ing except Monday, and \VEEKL.Y, Fri- 
days; democratic; daily four to eight, week 
ly ten to sixteen pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily $5, weekly $1 ; established — Times 1873, 
Enterprise 1854, daily 1888; Times-Enterprise 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers (.2 — 8). 
Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for exceeding 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907, although its 
reports were neither in detail nor sat- 
isfactory, 

PRESS; Mondays; democratic; four 
pagos 15x22; subscription $1; established 
August. 1904; S. W. Davis and W. P. Cox, edi- 
tors and publishers (1—7), 

THOMSON, c. h., McDuffie Co. ^ l,154t 
pop., on Georgia Rd., 37 m. W. of Augusta. 
Cotton, corn, wheat and sweet potatoes. 

McDUFFIE JOURNAL; Wednes 
daya; democratic; eight pages 22x30; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1871 ; Jordan E. 
White, editor and publisher. 

McUrFFIE PROGRESS; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established January, 1901; J. E. & L. M. 
Farmer, editors and publishers (3 — 6) . 

WATSON'S WEEKLY JEFFER- 
SONIAN: Thursdays; democratic; sixteen 
pages 1034x14^; subscrlptit)n SI : established 
November, 1906; Thomas E. Watson, editor 
and publisher (1—8).. 

TIFTON, c. li., Tift Co. g 2,500 pop., on 
Atlantic, Birmingham & Atlantic, Atlantic 
Coast Line, Georgia Southern and Florida 
Rds., 25 m. N. W. of Nashville. Turpen- 
tine, lumber, fruit, truck and airriculture. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription %\\ established 
1891; John L. Herring, editor and pub- 
Usher (1-8). 

Copies printed: 1,689 in 1900, and 
2,2:25 in 1904. In the absence of a 
definite and satisfactory report was 
credited with exceeding 1,000 in 1905, 
1906 and 1907. 

TOCCOA, StejJhens Co. cf 3,500 pop., 

on Southern Rd., 93 m. N. E. of Atlanta, the 

State capital. Farming region. 

RECORD; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1870; E. H. Graves, editor; Southern 
Publishing Company, publishers (2—8). 

TRENTON, c. h., Dade Co. ^ 349t pop., 

on Queen & Crescent Route Rd.. 18 m. S. 

W. of Chattanooga, Tenn. Agriculture and 

mining. 

DADE CO. SENTINEL; Fridays; In 
dependent; four pages 18x24; subscription 



$1; established 1891; R. F. Tatum, editor; 
Hunt & Tatum, publishers (1— S). 

VALDOSTA, c. h., Lowndes Co. g 

5,613tpop.— local estimate, 9,000— on Georgia 
Southern & Florida, Plant System, Atlan- 
tic, Valdosta & Western and Valdosta 
Southern Rds., 157 m. S. W. of Savannah. 
Cotton, sweet potatoes, sugar cane, rice, 
fruit and corn. Sea Island cotton market. 

TIMES; every evening except Sunday, 
and SE3II- WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Sat- 
urdays; democratic; dailj' four, semi- weekly 
eight to sixteen pages 15x22; subscription 
—daily $5, semi- weekly SI; established — daily 
1905, semi-weekly 1867; C. C. Brantley, editor; 
Times Publishing Co., publishers (11— 5 P). 

Copies printed: The semi-weekly edi- 
tion of this paper had credit for an is- 
sue of 3,896 for the year 1905, since 
which it has made no report but was 
credited with exceeding 2,250 in 1907. 

VIDALIA, Toombs Co. D 1,80ft 
pop. , on Seaboard Air Line and Macon, Dub- 
lin & Savannah Rds., 12 m. E. of Mount 
Vernon. 

ADVANCE ; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1: established 
March, 1903; E. C. J. Dickens, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

GEORGIA BAPTIST; monthly (A A). 

VIENNA,c.h., Dooly Co. p l,035t pop., 
on Georgia Southern & Florida Rd., 57 m. 
S. of Macon. Seat of Vienna Institute. Saw 
mills and turpentine stills. Farming. 

NEWS; semi-weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays; democratic; four to eight pages 
15x22; subscription $i; established 19ul; T. 
A. Adkins, Jr., editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: On one occasion 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has never made any renewal of the 
claim, 

VILLA RICA, Carroll Co. -n 595t 
pop., on Southern Rd., 30 m. W. of Atlanta. 
STAR; Thursdays; democratic; eight 

pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 

January, li;03; A.J. Luginbill, editor and 

publisher (1—7). 

WADLEY, Jefferson Co. D- 630t pop., 
on Central of Georgia and Louisville & 
Wadley Rds., 5 m. S. of Louisville, the 
county seat. Agriculture, cotton, corn and 

sweet potatoes. 

JEFFERSON CO. BANNER; Fri 

days; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scriptions!; established 1896; G.W. Kelley, 
editor and publisher. 

WARRENTON, c. h., Warren Co. O 

l.llot pop., on Georgia Rd., 51 m. W. of 

Augusta. Agriculture. 

CLIPPER; Fridays; democratic; twelve 
pages 14x21 ; subscription $1 ; established 1843 ; 
James R. Lee, editor and publisher (1—8). 
Publisher's announcement .— Established 1843. 

Official organ. All home print. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays (A A). 

WARREN CO. REPORTER; Fri 
days; independent; four pages 18x21; sub- 
scription $1; established May, 1902; Scruggs 
Bros. & Brady, editors and publishers ( A A ). 



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WASHINGTON, c. h., Wilkes Co. cf 
3,300t pop., on Georgia Rd., 70 m. W. N. W. 
of Augusta. Cotton and grain. 

CHRONICLiE; Mondays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1886; Willces Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers. 

tiAZETTE; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1866; The Wilkes Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

REPORTER; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 12x18; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1895; Ficklen & Neeson, editors and 
publishers (8 — 5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,145 for the year 1905, 
but has not since made definite and 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

W ATKINS VLLIiE. c. h., Oconee 

Co. [j 351+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 

7 m. S. of Athens. Farming. 

OCONEE ENTERPRISE; Fridays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1887; J. W. McWhorter, editor 
and publisher (7—5). 

WAYCROSS, c. h., Ware Co. R 5,919+ 

pop.— local estimate 8.000— on Atlantic 
Coast Line and Atlanta, Birmingham & 
Atlantic Rds., 96 m. S. W. of Savannah and 
75 m. N. W. of Jacksonville, Fla. Naval 
stores, cigars, lumber and railroad car 
shops. 

EVENING HERALD; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; 
democratic; daily four, weekly eight pages 
14x20; subscription— daily $5, weekly $1; es- 
tablished 1880; A. P. Perham & Son, editors 
and publishers (1—8). 

JOURNAL; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; eight pages 
15x22; subscription— dally $5, weekly $1; es- 
tablished—daily July, 1907. weekly 1895; S. V. 
Williams, editor; Waycross Journal Co., 
publishers (1—8 P). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement was ever obtained 
from this paper, but the weekly edition 
had credit for exceeding 2,250 in 1906 
and 1907. 

COLLEGE EXPLAINOR; Fridays; 
college; four to eigJit pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 190O; Prof. M. J. Craw- 
ford, editor and publisher (2—8). 

NEWS; Saturdays (A A). 

WAYNESBORO, c. h., Burke Co. D- 
2,030+ pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 32 m. 
S. of Augusta and 100 N. W. of Savannah, 
Cotton-seed.oil mills and fertilizer works. 
Cotton, shipping and manufacturing. 

TRUE CITIZEN; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 18x'20; subscription $1; 
established 1882; Sullivan Bros., editors and 
publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any ren3wal of 
the claim. 



VOICE OF UNION; Saturdays; negro; 
republican; four pages 13x22; subscription 
90 cents; established September, 1903; A.N. 
Jackson, editor and publisher (7—5). 

WESTPOINT, Troup Co. -a l,797t 
pop., on Atlanta & West Point, Chatta- 
hoochee Valley and Western of Alabama 
Rds., 16 m. S. W. of Lagrange, the county 
seat. Farming and manuf actui-ing. 

INTER-STATE HERALD; Fridays; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished October, 1905; J. S. Hames, editor and 
publisher (1—8), 

NEWS; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages 13x20 ; subscription $1 ; established 1898 ; 
W. Trox Bankston, editor and publisher; 
dated also at Lannett, Ala. (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,500 in_ 1902, 
and 1,731 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

"WILLACOOCHEE, Coffee Co. g 
471+ pop., on Atlantic Coast Line Rd.. near 
junction of Douglas & Ocmulgee and Ocilla, 
Pinebloom & Valdosta Rds., about 45 m. W. 
of Waycross, 
SUN; Fridays (A A). 

WINDER, Jackson Co. [j 1,U5 pop., 
on Seaboard Air Line Rd., 22 m. S. W. of 
Athens. Cotton and fruit raising. 

DEMOCRAT; Wednesdas's; democratic; 
eight pages 11x18; subscription $1; estab- 
lislied 1899; L. C. Russell, editor; The Demo- 
crat Publishing Co., publishers. 

JACKSON ECONOMIST; Thursdays; 
independent; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1893; A. G. Lamar, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

NEWS ; Thursdays (A A1. 

WOODBINE, Camden Co. Q, 112 
pop., on Seaboard Air Line Rd., 49 m. N. of 
Jacksonville, Fla., and 90 S. of Savannah. 
Timbering, saw mills and rice. 

SOUTHEAST GEORGIAN; Fridays; 

democratic: four pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established 1894; A. K. Swift, editor; J. 
A. Britton. publisher (7—5). 

WOODBURY, Meriwether Co. -n 566t 
pop., on Macon & Birmingham Rd.. 9 m. E. 
S. E. of Greenville, the county seat. Flour 
mill. Agriculture. 

GEORGIAN; Fridays ; dem ocratic ; 

eight pages 13x20: subscriotion $1; estab- 
lished 1906; Bion Williams, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

WRENS, «^^.^<'"S0" Co. D- 1,214 pop., 
on Southern Rd., 30 m. S. W. of Augusta. 
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days; democratic; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scriptions!; established November, 1905; A. 
S. Patterson, editor and publisher (11 — 5P). 

WRIGHTSVILLE, c. h., Johnson 

Co. D 1,127+ pop.,on'Wrlghtsville& Tennllle 
Rd., 130 m. W. of Savannah. Agriculture. 

CHRONICL.E; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established October. 1906; Arthur S. Bussey, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

HEADI.IGHT; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1880; John M. Huff, editor and pub 
Usher. 



GEORGIA. 



YATESVILLE, Upson Co. -D 700 
pop., on Macon & Birmingham and Atlanta 
& Florida Rds., 44 m. W. of Macon. Gin and 
grist mills. Agriculture and fruit raising. 
ADVA^fCE; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
March, 1904; Thos. J. Shepard,editor and pub- 
lisher (2— 5). 

ZEBULON, c. h.. Pike Co.-n361t t)op-, 
on Southern Rd., 12 m. S. by S. W. of Griffin. 

Agriculture. 

PIKE CO. TIMES-JOURNAL. ; 

Wednesdajs; democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1888; Marshall 
Smith, editor and publisher. 



IDAHO. 



Population 161,772 1. Land Area 84,290 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by British Columbia and Montana, east by Montana and 
Wyoming-, south by Utah and Nevada, and west by OreKon and Washington. 
State capital: Boise. Principal industries: Cattle and sheep raising. Num- 
ber of newspapers and other periodicals (March 30, 1908), 116, divided as follows : 
Daily, 12; tri-weekly, 1; semi-weekly, 5; weekly, 92; monthly, 6. 

The cities of over 1,000 population, according to the United States census of 
1990 (t), are as follows: 



Boise 5,957t 

Pocatelio 4,046+ 

Moscow 3,4S4t 

Lie wistou 2,425 1 

Wallace 3,265t 

Moutpelier l,444t 



Weiser l,364t 

Idaho Falls l,262t 

Graiigeville l,132t 

Kexburg l,081t 

Malade 1, 050t 



ALBION, c. h., Cassm Co. g 306+ pop., 

34 m. S. by stage from Minidoka, the nearest 

station on Union Paciflc Rd., and IIC N. W. 

of Ogden Citj', Utah. Agriculture and 

stock raising. Mining. 

TIMES; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 11x16; subscription $1.50; established 
883; C. M. Gilkey, editorand publisher. 

AMERICAN FALIiS, Oneida Co. 

a, 150 pop., on Oregon Short Line, 52 m. 
N. W. of Malad City, the county seat. Min- 
ing and farming. 

AMERICAN ; Wednesdays (A A). 

AMERICAN FALiLrS ADVER- 
TISER; Saturdays; republican; four 
panes 18x21; subscription $1.50; e.stablished 
October, 1902; Waldo Taylor, editor; Davis 
& Taylor, publishers (A A). 

PRESS; Saturdays (A A). 

ASHTON, Fremont Co. -a 
ENTERPRISE; Thursdays (A A). 

BIiACKFOOT, c. h., Bingham Co.UX 
1,330+ pop. (of township), on Oregon Short 
Line Rd. Agriculture, mining and stock 
raising. 

IDAHO REPUBLICAN; Fridays; re 
publican; eight to ten pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1904; Bryd Tregs, editor 
and publisher (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,052 in 1905, 
but has not since made definite and 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

SOUTHERN IDAHO 31 AIL; 

Wednesdays; republican; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $2; W. E. Smith, editor; Mail 
Publishing Co., publishers (A A). 

BOISE, c. h., Ada Co. jH State 
Capital, 22,000 pop., on Union Paciflc 
Rd. and N. bank of Boise r. Trade center. 
Agriculture and mining. City supplied with 
pure hot water from a flowing hot well. 
EVENING CAPITAL. NEWS; every 
evening except Sunday, and IDAHO CAP- 
ITAIi NEWS, Thursdays; democratic; 
daily eight to twenty pages 17x22, weekly 
twelve pages 17x22; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $1.50; established— daily 1901, weekly 
1896; Capital News Publishing Co. (Ltd.), edi- 
tors and publishers (2— 8). 
Copies printed: daily 



2,512 in 1902 
2,761 in 1903 
3,296 in 1904 i BURLEY. 
4,137 in 1905 
4,308 in 1906 
5,363 in 1907 
The weekly issue of this paper had 



credit for an average issue of 2,405 in 
1902 and 3,041 in 1905, since which 
time it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credit- 
ed witli printing more than 1,000 copies 
in 1907. 

IDAHO STATESMAN; every 
morning, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Mon- 
days and Thursdays; republican; eight to 
twenty four pages 18x24; subscription— daily 
$7, semi-week ly $2; established 1864; States- 
man Printing Co., editors and publishers 
(1-6). 

Copiesp printed: daily, 

2,689 in 1899 
4,299 in 1905 
5,737 in 1907 
For the years 1900 and 1907 the 
semi-weekly issue of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. 

IDAHO CITIZEN; Fridays (A A). 

IDAHO SCIMITAR; Saturdays; 
democratic; sixteen pages 10^x13}^; sub- 
scription $2; established November, 1907; 
Fred T. DuBois. editor; Scimitar Printing 
and Publishing Compauy,publi8hers(2— 8P). 

UNIONIST; Saturdays; labor; six pages 
17x23; subscription $1; established 1902; J. E. 
Roberts, editor «nd publisher (1—5). 

INTERURBAN EMPIRE; monthly; 
industrial; twenty four to thirty-six pages 
10}^xl3%; subscription $1; established Feb- 
ruary, 1907; F. W. Ellis, editor; Empire Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers (2—8). 

NORTHWEST MAGAZINE: month- 
ly; eighty-four pages 7x10; subscription $1; 
established 1905 as Critic; William Wallace 
Irwin, editor; Phillips Publishing Company 
(Ltd.), publishers (8—6 P), 

BONNERS FERRY, ^oo<«naiCo.t] 
349+ pop., on Great Nortnern Rd. and Koote- 
nai r., 100 m. N. W. of Spokane, Wash. Min- 
ing, farming and lumber. 

KOOTENAI HERALD; Saturdays; 
republican; six pages 18x24: subscription $1; 
established 1891; S. D. Taylor, editor and 
publisher (7—5). 

BUHL. Cassia Co. g 
PIONEER; ThurBdayi(AA). 



BULLETIN; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
May, 1905; Will J. Hayner, editor; Bulletin 
Publishing Co., publishers (1—8). 



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CAIiDWELL.c. h., Canyon Co.p 997t 
pop.— local estimate 5,000 — on Oregon Short 
Line Rd., 26 m. W. of Boise City, the capital 
of the State. Agriculture and stoclc raising. 

NEWS; WedJiesdays; democratic; eight 
pages 16x42; subscription $1.50; established 
1894; F. G. Burroughs, editor and publisher 
(1-8). 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays ; independent ; 
four pages 15x22 ; subscription $3; established 
1883; R. H. Davis, editor and publisher. 

GE3I STATE RUKAl^; monthly ; agri- 
cultural; twenty-four to forty eight pages 
11x14; subscription $1; established 1895 as a 
weekly; A. E. Gipson, editor; The Gem State 
Rural Publishing Company, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement was ever obtained 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding i,ooo in 1906 and 1907. 

IDAHO ODD -FELLOW; monthly; 
odd-fellowship; eiglit pages 11x14; subscrip 
tion $1; established 1894; A. E. Gipson, editor 
and publisher (1—8 1. 

Copies printed: 2,312 in 1903 
2,291 in 1904 
1,675 in 1907 
WESTERN REBEKAH; nionthlv 
(A A). 

CAMERON, Nez Percei^ Co. tl 

POTL.ATCH HERALD; Mondays; 
eight pages 11x16; subscription $1; estab- 
lished October. 1905; Wicklifte R. Smith, ed- 
itor and publisher (10— 5 P). 

CHAIiLIS, c. h., Custer Co. D 500 
pop. (of township), 60 m. W. of Mackey. 
Mining. 

SILVER MESSENGER; Tuesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$3: established 1881; M. M. Sweet, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

CCEUR D'AIiENE, Kootenai Co. ^ 
5()8+ pop.— local estimate 8,000— on North- 
ern Pacific and Coeur d'AIene & Spokane 
Rds., 31 m. E. of Spokane, Wash. Mining, 
agriculture and lumbering. 

PRESS; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEK li Y , Saturdays ; independent ; 
democratic; eiglit pages 15x22; subscription 
— weekly $1; established 1902; Jos. T. Scott, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

JOURNAL; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
July 25, 1902; Moon & Mills, editors and pub 
lishers (7—5). 

COTTONWOOD, Idaho Co. D 750 

pop., 20m. N. W. of Grangeville, the county 
seat. Gold mining, timber, agriculture and 
stock raising. 

CAMAS PRAIRIE CHRONICLE; 

Fridays; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1.50; established 1893; F. S. Wlmer, editor 
and publisher (1 — 8). 

CUIiDESAC, N'ez Perces Co. t: 25 m. 

S. E. of Lewiston, the county seat. Timber, 

farming and mining. 

REGISTER; Wednesdays;independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1899; John J. Schick, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

EMMETT, Canyon Co. p l,008t pop. (of 
township), on Payette r., 22 m. N. of Cald- 
well, the county seat, and 30 N. W. of 



IDAHO 



Boise City, the State capital. Mining, 

stock raising and agriculture. 

INDEX; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1893; Edward Skinner, editor and publisher 

(7-5). 

GENESEE, Latah Co. ^ 731t pop.» 
on Northern Pacific Rd., in Lower Palouse 
or Genesee vallej', 113 m. S. by S. E. of Spo- 
kane, Wash., and 14 S. of Moscow, the 
county seat. Agriculture. 

NEWS; Fridays; republican; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1888; 
Chas. Power, editor and publisher (1—8). 

GIFFORD, ^^ez Perces Co. [j 350 pop. 

ENTERPRISE: Fridays (A A). 

GAZETTE; Fridays; local; four pages 
13x<0; subscription $1; established May, 1904; 
J. F. Orr, editor and publisher (1 — 6) (A A). 

GRANGEVILLE, c. h., Idaho Co. n 

1,900 pop., local estimate, 63 m. S. W. of 
Lewiston. Gold minmg, farming and stock 
raising. 

IDAHO CO. FREE PRESS; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2; estai>lished 1886; M. Wlsener, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year^ 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
Ihe claim. 

STAM>ARD-NEWS; Thursdays; re- 
publican; six pages 18x24; subscription $2; 
established April. 1902; £ A. Carpenter, edi- 
tor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1906 
and 1907 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
 he accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

HAILEY, c. h., Blaine Co. g 1,500 
pop. (of township), on Union Pacific Rd. 
and Wood r., 120 m. E. of Boise City, the 
State capital. Hot mineral water springs. 
In a rich mineral belt. Agriculture and 
mining. 

WOOD RIVER NEWS -MINER; 

every morning except Monday, and WEEK- 
LY, Fridays; eight pages— daily 13x20, week- 
ly 18x22 ; subscrintion— {laily $10, weekly $2; 
established— daily 1883. weekly 1881; E. R. Rich- 
ards, editor and publisher ( 1—8). 

WOOD RIVER TIMES; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEKLY* 
Wednesdays ; republican ; four pages— daily 
15x22, weekly 18x24; subscription— daily $10, 
weekly $3; established — daily 1882, weekly 
1881 ; T. E. Picotte, editor and publisher. 

HARRISON, Kootenai Co. t] 702t 
pop., on Oregon Railway & Navigation 
Go's Rd., 28 m. S. of Rathdrum, the coun- 
ty seat. Mining, farming and stock raising. 

SEARCHLIGHT; Fridays: four pages 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1899; 
H. O Thompson, editor and publisher. 

HEYBURN, Lincoln Co. Q Agri- 
culture. 
SOUTHERN IDAHO REVIEW^; 

Fridays (A A). 



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IDAHO. 



IDAHO CITY, c. h., Boise Co. p 

600+ pop., about 35 m. E. N. E. of Boise City, 

the State capital. Gold and silver mining. 

IDAHO WORLD; semi weekly, aion- 
days and Tiiursdays and WEEKLY, Fri- 
days; republican; four pages— semi weekly 
18x24, weekly 13x19; subscription — semi- 
weekly $4, weekly $2; established— semi- 
weekly IS',0, weekly 1863; Charles E. Jones, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

IDAHO TAL,L,S, Bingham Co.C\l,2(y2^ 

pop., on Oregon Short Line Rd. and Snake 

r., 200 m N. of Salt Lake City. Farming and 

stock raising. 

. MORNING POST; every morning ex- 
cept 3Iondays; four pages 15x22; subicrip- 
tion $6; established October, 1905; Sumner 
& Gabbe, editors and publishers (1—8). 

IDAHO REGISTER; Fridays ; repub 
lican; eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1880 ; Wm. E. Wheeler, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
3!i average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

TIMES; Tuesdays; independent; eight 
pages 16x22; subscription S2; established 1890; 
Bert P. Mill, editor and publisher (7—5). 

JULIAETTA, ia^a^i Co. t] 287tpop., 
on Northern Pacific Rd., about 20 m. S. E. 
of Moscow, the county seat. 
JOURNAL: Fridays (A A). 

KENDRIGK, Latah Co. t] 800 pop., 

on Northern Pacific Rd., 100 m. S. E. of 

Spokane, Wash. Shipping point for fruit, 

wheat and lumber. Mining. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab 
lished 1892; D. 1. A. Mackintosh, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

KOOSKIA, Idaho Co. n 30 pop., 

about 20 m. N. of Grangevllle, the county 

seat. Gold mining, dairying and fruit 

culture. 

IDAHO MOUNTAINEER; Fridays; 
independent; eight pages 13x24; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established April, 1902; H. E. 
O'Donnell, editor and publisher (1—8 ). 

IiEWISTON,c. h., Nez Perces Co, ^ 

2,425+ pop.— local estimate7,500 — on Northern 

Pacific Rd. and at junction of Snake and 

Clearwater rs. Connected by steamboat 

during season of navigation with Pacific 

Ocean and Columbia r. Mining and stock 

raising. Fruit and wheat. 

TELLER; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; republi- 



can; eight pages 15x22; subscription— daily 
$5, weekly jgl.SO; established 1876; C. A. 
Foresman, editor; Lewiston Publishing Co. 
(Ltd.), publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition i pubirshers (1-5)" 
of this paper had credit for an average } 
issue of more than 1,000 in 1904, since 
which time it has not furnished a re- | 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies for the years 
1906 and 1907. 
TRIBUNE; every morning, and 



WEEKLY, Thursdays; independent dem- 
ocratic; daily ten, weekly twelve pages 
22x36; subscription— daily $7.50, weekly $1.50; 
established— daily 1898, weekly 1892: Alford 
Bros. & Stainton, editors and publishers 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: daily, 3,242 in 1907 
The weekly had an average issue 
of 1,688 in 1897, since which its reports 
have not been definite and satisfactory, 
but it was given credit for exceeding 
2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

McCAMMON, Bannock Go. ^ 121t 
pop., on Oregon Short LineRd.. 150 m. N. of 
Salt Lake City. 

BANNER; Fridays; republican ; six 
pages 1:3x20; subscription $2; established 1906; 
A. E. Haines, editor and publisher (9—6 P). 

MACKAY, Custer Co. U on Oregon 
Short Line Rd.. 76 m. N. W. of Blackfoot. 

MINER : Fridays; republican; mining; 
irrigation, agriculture; eight pages 14x22; 
subscription $2; established February, 1906; 
Leslie E. Dillingham, editor ; Dillingham 
Bros., publishers ( 1—8) 

MALAD CITY, c. h., Oneida Co.U 
1,050+ pop. Mining and farming. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; independ- 
ent-republican; eight pages 13x20; subscrip- 
tion $2: established 1879; R. H. Davis, editor 
and publisher. 

PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE; Thursdays; 
democratic: four pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established November, 19id; W. H. Peck, 
editor; Advocate Publishing Co., publishers 
(A A). 

MEADOWS, Washington Co. -Q 260 

pop., 90 m. N. E. of Weiser, the county seat. 

Mining and agriculture. 

EAGIiE; Thursdays: republican; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1899; Chas. A. Hackney, editor and publisher. 

MERIDIAN, Ada Co. P 215t pop., on 

Oregon Short Line Rd., 10 m. W. of Boise, 

the State capital. Farming, dairying and 

fruit raising. 

T R I B U N E ; Saturdays; republican; 
twelve pages 15J^x22; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished July, 1903; S. M. C. Reynolds, edi- 
tor; Charles H. Shepherd, publisher (11 — 5). 

MONTPELIER, Bear Lake Co. O, 
1.444+ pop., on Oregon Short Line Rd., 10 m. 
E. of Paris, the counts' seat. Manufactur- 
ing of cheese. Grain and stock raising. 

EXA3IINER; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1894; C.E.Wright, editor; Examiner 
Publishing Co., publisher (7—5). 

MOSCOW, c. h., Latah Co. ^ 2,484t 
pop., Qii Northern Pacific and Oregon Rail- 
way & Navigation Co's Rds. Seat of State 
University. Milling, mining, stock raising 
and agriculture. 

EVENING JOURNAL; daily except 
Sundays; independent ; four pages 16x22; 
subscription $5; established October, 1904; 
Roland A. Laird, editor; Fletcher & Laird. 



MOUNTAINHOME, c. h., Elmore 

Co. p 725 pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 75 m. 

S. E. of Boise City, the State capital. Stock 

raising and gold mining. 

MAVERICK; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; estab- 



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lishecl as Elmore nulletin, 188T: South Idaho 
Herald. 19()-2; consolidated 1907; Karl H. S. 
Houffen, editor and publisher (1 — 8). 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays; republi- 
can; eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1896; The Republican Printing Co., 
editors and publishers (1—8). 

MURRAY, c. h., Shoshone Co. [^ 302t 

pop. (of township), 20 m. from Wallace, the 

nearest station on Northern Pacific Rd. 

Placer and quartz mining. 

CCEIJR D'ALENE SUN; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages 13x20; subscription 
$3; established 1884; Adam Aulbach, editor 
and publisher (7—5). 

NAMPA, Canyon Co. p 5,000 pop., on 
Oregon Short Line Rd., 19 m. W. of Boise 
City, the State capital. Agriculture and 
stock raising. 

LEADER-HEKALD; seini weekly, 
Tuesdays and Fridays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 1891 ; 
Henrietta Mansfield, editor; N. Jenness. 
publisher (1—8). 

RECORD; Fridays; Independent repub- 
lican; eight to twelve pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1.5'); established 1903: L. D. Felshelm & 
W. H. Mason, editors and publishers (1—8). 

NEZPERCE, N-ez Perces Co. b 1.2801 
pop., 10 m. E. of Fletcher, the nearest rail- 
road station. 

HERALD; Thursdays ; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1898; MilUcent 
A. Pope, editor and publisher (9— 5P). 

OAKLEY, Cassia Co. g l,078t pop., 
on Goose Creek. Mining. 
EAGLE: Thursdays (A A). 

OROFINO. Shoshone Co. 6 33 pop., 
on Northern Pacific Rd., 40 m. E. of Lewis- 
ton. Faiming and mining. 
TRIBUNE; Fridays; republican; eight 

pages 11x16: subscription $1; established 

September, 1905; W. C Forseman, editor and 

publisher (S — 6). 

PARIS, c. h.. Bear Lake Co. O, 906t 
pop., 10 ni. S. W. of Montpelier. the nearest 
station on Union Pacific Rd. Lumber 
mills, cheese making, stock raising, marble 
quarries and copper mining. Seat of Bear 
Lake State Academy. 

POST; Wednesdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription .S2.50 ; established 
1880; James H. Wallis, editor; The Post Pub- 
lishing Co. publishers. 

PARMA, Canyon Co. p 600 pop., on 
Oregon Short Line Rd., 16 m. N. W. of Cald- 
well, the county seat. 

HERALD; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; sub.scription $1.50; established 
October, 1903; M. A. Bates, editor and pub- 
lisher (1-8). 

PAYETTE, Canyon Co. p 3,000 pop., 
on Oregon Short Line Rd and a't conflu- 
ence of Payette and Snake rs. Farming 
and fruit growing. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; republican; 
six pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1891; Venable & Kirk, editors and 
publishers (1—8;. 

PAYETTE VALLEY ENTER- 
PRISE; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 13Jx20; subscription $1; established 
January, 1905; L. E. Merritt, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—6). 

PIERCE, Nez Perces Co. t\ 200 pop., 
27 m. N. E. of Greer, nearest railroad sta- 
tion. Farming and mining. 
PIERCE CITY BIINER; Fridays; 



eight pages 11x16; subscription $2; estab- 
lished March. 1902; W. J. Todd, editor and 
publisher ;7— 5). 

POCATEIiL.0, c. \\., Bannock Co. q, 
4,046+ pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 23 m. S, of 
Blackfoot. Stock raising. 

TRIBUNE; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; daily 
four, weekly eight pages 14x21 ; subscription 
—daily $9, weekly $2 ; established — daily 
1902, weekly 1899; Geo. N. IfEt, editor; Tri- 
bune Co. (Ltd.). publishers. 

ADVANCE; tri w-eekly,Tuesday8,Thurs- 
daj'8 and Saturdays; democratic; four pages 
15x22; subscription $3; established 1892; CO. 
Broxon, editor and publisher. 

SOUTHERN IDAHO MAIL; semi 
weekly. Wednesdays and Saturdays; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1S98; W. H. Peck, editor; Mall Publishing 
Company (Ltd.), publishers (10— 7 P). 

RATHDRUM, c. h., Kootenai Co. ti 
1,450 pop., on Northern Pacific and Idaho 
& Washington Northern Rds., 28 m. E.N.E. 
of Spokane, Wash. Saw mills, creamery 
and timber. Farming. 
TRIBUNE; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 18x^1; subscription $1; established 
1895; Culp Bros.,editorsand publishers a— 8). 
KOOTENAI CO. EDUCATOR; 
monthly; educational; fifteen pages 9x11; 
subscription 50 cents; established October, 
1903; R. C. Egbers, editor; Culp Bros., pub- 
lishers (1—7) (A A). 

REXBURG, Fremont Co. D- 3,388 
pop., on Oregon Short Line Rd . 
CURRENT- JOURNAL; Thursdays 

STANDARD; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1906; Standard Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers (2—8). 

RIGBY, Fremont Co. D- on Oregon 

Short Line Kd., about 12 m. N. of Idaho 

Falls. 

STAR; Fridays (A A). 

ROSEBERRY, Boise Co. -D 200 pop., 

40 m. E. ot Ever^ireen, the nearest railroad 
station, and 100 N. of Boise, the State 
capitaL Mining, saw mills and farming. 

LONG VALLEY ADVOCATE; 

Thursdays; independent; eight pages llxl5i^; 
subscription $2; established October, 1904; 
Fred Mullin, editor and publisher (1—8). 

SAINT ANTHONY, c. h., Fremont 

Co. a-411t pop., on N.fork of Snake r. Gold, 
sliver and coal mines. Farming. 
FREMONT CO. NEWS; Thursdays 

(AA). 

TETON PEAK; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1899; Wood D. Parker, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SAINT MARIES, Kootenai Co. ti on 
Oregon Railway & Navigation Co's Rd., 
35 m. S. S. E. of Rathdrum. 
GAZETTE; Fridays; republican; eight 

pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 

1906; Charles Brebner, editor and publisher 

(1-8). 

SALMON, c.h., Lemhi Co. 398t pop., 

on Salmon r., 70 m. W. of Red Rock, Mont. 

Mining, milling and agriculture. 

IDAHO RECORDER; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$3; established 1885; H. E. Frost, editor and 
publisher (8— P). 



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LiEMHI HERALD ; Thursdays; re 
publican; four pages 18x24; subscription $3; 
established January, 1901 : E. K. Abbott, edi- 
tor; Abbott & Preston, publishers. 

SANDPOINT, Kootenai Co. b 1,871 
pop.— local estimate 3,000— on Great North- 
ern, Canadian Pacific and Northern Pa- 
cific Rds., 70 m. E. of Spokane, Washing- 
ton. Lumbering, fruit growing, mining 
and smelting. 

XORTHERX IDAHO NEWS; Fri 

days; republican; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1898; Al. Filson, 
editor; News Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers 
(2—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,523 in 1905 
and 1,881 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

PEND D'OREILiLE REVIEW; 
Thursdays; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1.50; established 1902; George R. Barker, 
editor and publisher (1—7). 

SANTA, Kootenai Co. b 23 m. S. E. of 
Harrison, nearest station on Oregon Rail- 
way & Navigation Co's Rd. 
TIMES: Thur.sdays(AA). 

SHELLY, Bingham Co. O, 360 pop., 

on Oregon Short Line Rd., 40 m. N. of Poca- 

tello. 

PIONEER; Fridays; Independent; eight 
pages 11x15; subscription $1.50; established 
March, 1906; J. W. Eastin, editor; S. N. 
Eastln, publisher (1—8). 

SHOSHONE, c.h.,ZtncoZ7i Co. g 1,110 
pop. (of township), on Oregon Short Line 
Rd., 23 m. N. from Snake r. Railroad car 
shops. Sheep raising, irrigated fruit grow- 
ing and farming. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; republican; irriga- 
tion; eight pages 18x20; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1884 Lisle & Barber, editors and 
publishers (1—8). 

SILVER CITY, c. h., Owyhee Co. O^ 

976+ pop. (Of township). 30 m. S. S. W. of 

Guffey, and 24 S. S. "W. of Murphy, on the 

Boise, Nampa & Owyhee Rd., connected by 

stage, and 60 S. W. of Boise City, the State 

capital. Quartz and placer mining, farming 

and stock raising. 

NUGGET; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 13x20; subscription $3; established 
1891 ; John Lamb, editor and publisher. 

SODA SPRINGS, Bannock Co. Q. 
428+ pop., on Oregon Short Line Rd., 48 m. S. 
E. of Pocatello. Ranching and grazing, 
sulphur mills, natural mineral water bot- 
tling, sheep-shearing and stock shipping. 

IDANHA CHIEFTAIN; Thursdays; 
four pages 15x22; suVjscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1900; L. H. Wlllett, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SOLDIER, Blaine Co. g 200 pop., 80 
m. E. of Boise. Farming, cattle and sheep 
raising and mining. 

CAMAS PRAIRIE COURIER; 

Thursdays; four pages 13x20: subscription 
%2; established November, 1905; McCaw & 
Baird, editors and publishers (1— 6P). 



IDAHO. 



STITES, Idaho Co. i on Nortbern Pa- 
cific Ra., 90 m. E. of Moscow. 

SENTINEL; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages 15x22; subscription .$1; estab- 
lished June. 1906; W. C. Sallee, editor and 
publisher (1—7). 

SUGAR CITY, Fremont Co. D- 1,500 

pop., on Oregon Short Line Rd., 3 m. N. of 

Rexburg, Beet sugar factory. 

TIMES; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
September, 1904; W. Lloyd Adams, editor 
and publisher ( 1—8). 

TROY, Latah Co. >q 600 pop., on 
Northern Pacific. 14 m. E. of Moscow, the 
county seat. 

NEWS; Fridays; republican; eight pages 
13x20; subscription $1; established 1894; P. L. 
Orcutt, editor and publisher (12—3). 

TWIN FALLS, Cassia Co. g 3,000 
pop., on Oregon Short Line Rd. Fruit 
growing, agriculture and stock raising. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $2: established October, 1904; The 
News Publishing Co. editors and publishers 
(9-5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,011 for the year 1903, 
but has not since made claim to is- 
suing so many as 1,000 copies. 

WALLACE, Shoshone Co. [^ 2,265t 
pop., on Northern Pacific and Oregon Rail- 
way & Navigation Co's Rds., 13 m. E. S. E. of 
Wardner. Sawmill. Lumbering and mining. 
IDAHO PRESS; daily except Sunday, 
and W^EEKLY, Thursdays; republican; 
four pages 15x22; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $2; established— weekly 1894, daily 
1906; Idaho Press Publishing Co., publishers 
(1-8). 

TIMES; every morning except Monday; 
democratic; eight pages 17x24; subscription 
$10; established July, 1906; James A. Ford, 
editor; Wallace Times Co., Ltd., publishers 
(1-8). 

MINER; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
February, 1907; Miner Printing and Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers (2— 7P) (A A). 

WARDNER, Shoshone Co. [[] 8,278+ 

pop. (of township), on Oregon Railway & 

Navigation Co's Rd., 12 m. S. by S. W. of 

Murray, the county seat. Silver and lead 

mining. 

NEWS; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 13x20; subscription $2.50; established 
1886; Aaron Frost, editor and publisher. 

WEISER,c.h., Washington Co. -ol,S6ii 

pop., on Oregon Short Line Rd., 80 ni. N. 
W. of Boise City, the State capital. Min- 
ing, agriculture, fruit growing and stock 
raising. 

SIGNAL; semi-weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays; independent-republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $3; established 1882; 
F. S. Harding, manager; Signal Publishing 
Co., publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,164 for 
the year 1900, but has not since made 
any definite and satisfactory claim to 
issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 
AMERICAN; Thursdays (AA) 

WHITE BIRD, Idaho Co. D 250+ 
pop., on Salmon r, and White Bird Creek. 
INDEPENDENT; Wednesdays (A A). 



ILLINOIS. 



Population 4,821,550 1. Land Area 56,000 sq. miles. 

Bounded north by Wisconsin, east by Lake Michigan, Indiana and Kentucky, 
southeast and south by Kentucky, south and southwest by Missouri, and west by 
Missouri and Iowa. State capital : Springfield. Principal products and indus- 
tries : Agricuture, iron, lead and lumber, and general manufactures. Num- 
ber of newspapers and other periodicals (March ao, 1908), 1,613, divided as fol- 
lows : Daily, 180; tri-weekly, 1; semi-weekly, 51; weekly, 1,0S3; bi-weekly, 4; 
semi-monthly, 31; monthly, 289; semi-quarterly, 1; bi-monthly, 10; quarterly, 10. 

The cities of over 20,000 population, according to the United States census of 
1900 (t), are as follows : 



Chicago I,698,.5r5t 

Peoria 56,100t 

Quincy 36,2.>'2t 

Springfield 34,1.59t 

Roclilord 31,05 It 

East St. Louis ii9,655t 



Jollet 

Aurora 

Blooiniugton. 

Elgiu 

Decatur 



a9,353t 
24,14rt 
23,'^S6t 
3tJ,433t 
30,r54t 



ABINGDON, Knox Co. -n 2,022t pop., 
ou Chicago, Burliugton & Quincy and Iowa 
Central Rds., 10 m. S. from Galesburg, the 
county seat. Seat of Abingdon Normal and 
Hedding Colleges. 

ARGUS; Thursdays (A A). 

ENTERPRISE HERALD; Thurs 
davs; inaepeudent-republican; eight pages 
18x22; subscription $1.5U; established 1880; 
Mrs. E. M. Killough, editor and publisher 
(1—8). 

KODAK ; Thursdays; eight pages 17i^x22; 
subscription $1; established 1897; J. C. 
Shoop, editor and publisher (.&— 5). 

ALBANY, Whiteside Co. "n 629t pop., 

on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd. and 

Mississippi r., 13 m. W. of Morrison, the 

county seat. Button factory and creamery. 

Farming. Summer resort. 

- REVIEW; Fridays; independent; eight 

pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 

1899; G. S. McCartney, editor and publisher. 

ALBION, c. h., Edwards Co. Q, l,162t 
pop., on Southern Kd., 120 m. E. of Saint 
Louis, Mo., and 170 S. E. of Springfield, the 
State capital. Seat of Southern College In- 
stitute. Vitrified brick factories, milling, 
butter and cheese making. 
JOURNAL; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 1.5x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1869; Albion Journal Co., editors and 
publishers (12—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,582, in 
1 90 1, of 1,849 in 1902, since which time 
it has not furnished any definite and 
satisfactory report, but was credited 
with printing more than 1,000 copies 
in 1906 and 1907- 

REGISTER; Thursdays; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established July, 
1907; Loren A. Gibson, editor; Howe-Gibson 
Printing & Publishing Company, publishers 
(10-7 P'). 

ALEDO, c. h., Mercer Co.\i 2,081t pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd.. 14 m. 
E. of Mississippi r. and 25 S. W. of Rock 
Island. Shipping point for stock and grain. 
Coal mines. Farming. 
DEMOCRAT; Tuesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 17x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1880; John E. Murdock. editor and pub- 
lisher (5-3). . , ^, . , , 
Copies printed: This paper had cre- 



dit for an issue of 1,508 in 1898, since 
which it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but has been 
credited with printing more' than 1,000 
copies since 1900 and including the 
year 1907. 

TIRIES-RECORD; Thursdays: repub- 
lican; sixteen pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1884; Times-Record Co., editors 
and publishers (12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,588 in 1898, 
of 3.995 ii^ 1902, since which it has 
not furnished a definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 2,250 copies for the years 1906 
and 1907. 

ALEXIS, Warren Co. -a 998 pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 15 m. 
N. E. of Monmouth, the county seat, and 14 
N.W. of Galesburg. Manufactures of brick 
and tile and stoneware. Breeding of Clydes- 
dale horses. 

ARGUS; Thursdays: independent; four 
pages 20x26; subscription §1; established 
1886; B. E. Russell, editor and publisher 
(6—6). 

VISITOR; Wednesdays; eight pages 
15x22; subscriptions!; established 1895; D. E. 
Donly, editor and publisher. 

ALLERTON, (P.O.Cisco), VermiUo 
Co. o on Chicago & Eastern Illinois Rd., 
about 25 m. S. W. of Danville, the county 
seat. 
TIMES; Fridays (A A). 

ALPHA, Senry Co. ^ 335t pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., about 
20 m. W. of Galesburg. 
ADVANCE; Thursdays (A A). 

ALTAMONT, Effingham Co. Q 1,450 
pop., on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern, 
Chicago & Eastern Illinois, Vandalia Line 
and Wabash Rds., 12 m. W. by S. W. of 
Effingham, the county seat. Grain, poultry 
and fruit-shipping point. Tile, carriage, 
embossing, egg-case, canning and furni- 
ture factories and flour mills. 
NEWS; Thursdays; independent; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; 

H. H, Bailey, editor and publisher. 



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ILLINOIS. 



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ALTON, Madison Co. P 14,»10t pop., 
on Chicago & Alton, Cleveland, Ciucinuati. 
Chicago & St. Louis. Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy and St. Louis, Chicago & St. Paul 
Rds. and Mississippi r., 25 m. N. of Saint 
Louis, Mo., and 4 above the mouth of the 
Missouri r. River trade and manufactures. 
Depot for shipment of produce. 
EVENING TELEGRAPH ; every 
evening except Sunday, and VVEEKliit, 
Thursdays; republican; daily four, Saturday 
eight pages 20x26, weekly twelve pages 15x22; 
subscription— dailv $5.20, weekly $1.25; estab- 
lished—daily 1853, weekly 1836; J. A. Cousley, 
editor; Telegraph Printing Co., publishers. 
SENTINEL - WEMOCKAT ; eAerv 
evening except Sunday, and WEEIVLY, 
Thursdays; democratic; eight pages lox22; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished laje; Sentinel Democrat Printing 
Co., editors and publishers (7—3 P). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an issue of 
r.ooo for the year 1903, but has not 
since made claim to issuing so many 
as 1,000 copies. 

The weekly edition had credit for an 
averag^e issue of 1,900 in 1899, since 
which' it has not furnished a report, but 
has been credited with printing more 
than 1,000 copies ever since including 
the year 1907. 

BANNER; Fridays; German; independ- 
ent; four pages 20x30; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1867 ; H. Meyer, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

AliTONA, Knox Co. -D 663t pop., on 
Chicago. Burlington & Quincy Rd.. 16 m. 
N. E. of Galesburg, the county seat. Car- 
riage factories. 

RECORD; Thursdays; four pages 18x24; 
subscriptions!; established 1888: W.O.Mills 
& Co., editors and publishers (1—8). 

ALTO PASS, Union Co. g 618t pop., 
on Mobile & Ohio Rd., 11 m. N. of Jones- 
boro, the county seat. Farming, fruit 
growing and stock raising. 
ENTERPRISE; Fridays; independent; 
:^ight'pages9xU: subscription $1; established 
February. 1904; John A. Hale, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—3). 

AMBOY, Lee Co. ^ l,826t pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Illinois 
Central Rds., 90 m. W. of Chicago. A prod- 
uce-shipping point. Dairying and farming. 
JOURNAL; Thursdays ; republican ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1855; Geo. A. Lyman, editor and pub 
Usher. 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 



has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $1.25; established 1878; G. L. Car- — 
penter, editor and publisher ( 1—8 1. 

ANNA, Union Co. g 2,618t pop., On 
Illinois Central Rd., about 1 m. E. of Jones- 
boro, the county seat, and 36 N. of Cairo. 
Center of fruit region. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x'22 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1891; J. L. Hammond, editor; A. Ney Ses- 
sions, publisher (2 — 3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,443 in 1899 
and 2,265 ill 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

TALK; Fridays ; independent ; eight - 
pages 171^x24; subscription $1; established 
1883; Edgar A. Davie, editor; Talk Printing 
Company, publishers (2—3). 

Copies printed: 1,870 in 189 5 
1,973 in 1900 
2,233 in 1901 
2,303 in 1903 

2,373 in 1904 
2,42s in 1905 
2,469 in 1906 
2,468 in 1907 

ANTIOCH, Lake Co. ^ 5221 pop., 
on Wisconsin Central Rd.. 20 m. N. W. of 
Waukegan, the county seat. Farming. 
ADVERTISER; semi-weekly, Tues- . 

days and Fridays (A ▲). 
NEWS; Thursdays; republican; eight 

pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; established 1888; 

A.B. Johnson, editor and publisher. 

ARCOLA, Douglas Co. D- l,995t pop., 
on Illinois Central and Vandalia Line Rds., 
about 7 m. S. of Tuscola, the county seat. 
Live stock, grain and broom corn. 
ARCOLIAN; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1893; Hugh Healy and John B. Healy, 
editors and pui^lishers. 

R ECOR D-H KRA LD ; Fridays; repub 
licau; eight to sixteen pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established— iiecorrf I861;, Herald 
1883; Nathan Collins & Sous, editors and pub- 
lishers (.1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,179 in 
1898, since which it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory report, 
but has been credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies ever since, in- 
cluding the year 1907- 
ARGENTA, Macon Co. n 525t pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 12 m. N. E. of Decatur, 
the county seat. Agricultural district. 
MAGNET; Fridays; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established March, 1905; F. 
S. Marrs, editor and publisher (1—8). 

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Cook 



Co. d 1.380+ pop., on Chicago & Northwest- 
ern Rd.,22m. N. of Chicago, the county 
seat. Foundries, factories, breweries and 
creameries. 

COOK CO. HERALD; ^'ridays: 
German and English; eight Pages 17^24, 
subscription $1.50; established 18,2; H. O. 
Paddock & Sons, editors and publishers 

(10—5)- ^, . 1- J  

Copies printed: This paper had ere- 



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AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY, 



ILLINOIS. 



dit for an issue of 1,250 for the year 
1902, but has not since made any 
definite and satisfactory claim to issuing 
so many as 1,000 copies. 

REVIEW: Fridays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.25; establislied April, 1900; 
^^.„ E. C. M. Haynes and E. R. Taylor, editors 
^ and publishers (7—5). 

ARROWSMITH, 3fci6an Co. n 31Tt 

pop., on Lake Erie & Western Rd., 20 m. E. 

of Bloomington, tlie county seat. Grain 

and live stock. 

N E W S; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1884; Frank WooUey, editor and publisher. 

ARTHUR, Moultrie Co. u 858t Pop., 

on Chicago & Eastern Illinois and Vandalia 

Line Eds., 10 m. W. from Areola. Broom 

corn, grain and farming. 

GRAPHIC-CLARION; Fridays; in 
dependent; four to six pages 18x24; subscrip- 
y tion $1; established 188T; Hugh M. Rigney, 
y editor; Bigelow & Rigney, publishers 

,-^ (11— 5 P). 

ASHKUM, Iroquois Co. n- 500 pop., 
on Illinois Central Rd., 17 m. S. of Kanka- 
kee and 73 S. of Chicago. Agriculture. 

JOURNALi; Fridays; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established 1898; Harry C. 
Gilpin, editor and publisher (1—8). 

ASHLiAND, Cass Co. -al,201t pop., on 
Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern and Chi- 
cago & Alton Rds., 20 m. N. W. of Spring- 
field, the State capital. Shipping point for 
grain. 

SENTINEL ; Saturdays; independent; 
;/ eight pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1882; P. W. Bast, editor and publisher. 

ASHLEY, Washington Co. p 953t 
pop., on niinois Central and Louisville & 
Nashville Rds., 60 m. E. of St. Louis. 
Farming and fruit growing. 

WASHINGTON CO. GAZETTE ; 

Fridavs; republican; four pages 20x84; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1876 ; F. E. & W. 
C. O'Bryant, editors and publishers (1—8.) 
Copies printed: 1,019 in 1903 
1,132 in 190S 
1,274 in 1907 

ASHMORE, Coles Co. u 476tpop., on 

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 

Rd., 8 m. E of Charleston, the county seat, 

and 37 W. of Terre Haute, Ind. Agriculture. 

RE PUBLiICAN; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four to eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1886; S. D. Makepeace, editor and 
publisher (6—5). 

ASHTON, Lee Co. i 756t pop., on 

Chicago & Northwestern Rd.. 83 m. W. of 

Chicago. Agriculture. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; eight pages 
15x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 1895 ; Ralph 
J. Dean, editor and publisher (7—5). 

ASSUMPTION, Christian Co. n 
2,100 pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 15 m. E. 
of Taylorville, the county seat. Coal min- 
ing and farming. 

ITEIW; Fridays; ten pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1; established July, 1907; J. H. 
Pratt, editor and publisher (10—7 P). 

PRAIRIE STATE TRIBUNE; Fri- 



ILLINOIS. 



days; Independent; eight to sixteen pages 
18x24; subscription $1.50; established 1899; E. 
C. Foster, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

ASTORIA, Fulton Co. -n l,684t pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 115 
m. S. of Rock Island. Various manufac- 
tures and abundant coal. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1880: A. N. Price, editor and publisher. 

SEARCHLIGHT; Thursdays; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; established 
1894; A. E. Scott, editor and publisher. 

ATHENS, MenardCo. u l,535t pop, on 
Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis Rd., 15 m. N. W. 
of Springfield, the State capital. Agricult- 
ure, stock raising and coal mining. 

FREE PRESS; Fridays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscriptioij $1.25; estab- 
lished 1888; W. E. Wilkins. editor and pub- 
lisher a— 8). 

ATKINSON, Henry Co. \j 762t pop., 

on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 

18 m. N. E. of Cambridge, the county seat. 

Agriculture. Bricks and tiles. Coal mining. 

HERALD; Thursdays; non-partisan; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1892; Thomas E. Caverly, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

ATLANTA, Logan Co. u l,270tpop., 

on Chicago & Alton and Vandalia Line 

Rds., 11 m. N. E. of Lincoln, the county 

seat. Agriculture. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages lSx24; subscription $1.50; established 
1869 ; H. Crihfield, editor; Crihfleld Bros., 
publishers. 

ATWOOD, Piatt Co. D 698tpop.,oii 

Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Rd., 27 m. 

E. of Decatur. Farming. 

HERALD; Fridays; independent; six 
pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; established 
1887; W. E. Means, editor and publisher (7—5). 

AUBURN, Sangamon Co. D 1,281 f 

pop., on Chicago & Alton and Pawnee Rds., 

16 m. S. by S. W. of Springfield, the county 

seat and State capital. Farming. 

CITIZEN; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 13x2(J ; subscription $1 ; established " 
1874; M. L. Gordon, editor and publisher. 

AUGUSTA, ^ancocA Co.-Dl,149t pop., 

on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 37 

m. N. E. of Quincy. Fine potters' clay is 

found here. Stock raising, agriculture and 

coal mining. 

EAGLE ; Thursdays ; Independent-demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1884; Olin Emery, editor; Dr. J.H. 
Emery, publisher. 

AURORA, Kane Co. ^ 24,147t 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, 
Chicago & Northwestern and Elgin, 
Joliet & Eastern Rds. and Fox r., 38 m. 
W. of Chicago. Railroad repair shops of 
the Chicago & Iowa Rd. and main loco- 
motive and car shops of the Chicago, 



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ILLINOIS. 



Burlington & Quincy Rd. are located here. 
Stove and machine works, fertilizers, 
large cotton and woolen mills, corset, road- 
cart, road machinery and scrapers, chemi- 
cal works, cooperage, wood-working ma- 
chinery and other industries. 

BEACON; every evening except Sun 
day; ten to sixteen pages 17x22; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1846; A.M. Snook. general 
manager; Aurora Beacon Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 3,064 in 1904 
4,585 in 190S 
6,454 in 1906 
6,770 in 1907 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
republican; eight pages 17x22; subscription 
$3; established 1874; The Aurora Daily News 
Company, publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,235 in 1900 
and 6,542 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 4,000 in 1907. 

VOLKSFREUNIJ ; every evening ex 
cept Sunday, and VVEEKL.Y. Saturdays; 
German ; republican ; daily four weekly 
eight pages 20x24; subscription- daily $.3.90, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1895, weekly 
1868; Peter Klein, editor and publisher. 

FOX RIVER liEADER: Thursdays; 
labor; eight pages 12i^xl9; subscription $1 ; 
established March, 1904; Chas. Connors, edi- 
tor; Connors & Badry, publishers (1—5). 

YEOMAN; monthly; literary and f rater 
nal; sixteen pages 7x10; subscription 50 
cents; established October. 1898; Yeomen of 
America, publishers (12—4). 

Copies printed: 5,677 in 1901 
7^166 in 1902 
15,000 in 1904 
In the absence of a report it had 
credit for more than 7,500 in 1905 and 
exceeding 4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

AUSTIN, Cook Co. cT 6 m. W. of Chi- 
cago; a suburb of that city. 



VINDICATOR ; Fridays ( A A ) 






V AVA, Jackson Co. g l,OO0t pop., on 
^ Mobile & Ohio Rd.. 14 m. N. of Mur 



physboro, the county seat, 
and manufacturing. 



Agriculture 



^ CITIZEN; Fridays; democratic; eight 
^ pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
January, 1901 ; R. G. Everts, editor; Everts 
& Everts, publishers (6—51. 

AVON, Fulton Co. -n 809t pop., on Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 20 m. S. of 
Galesburg. Drainpipe factories. 

SENTINEL ; Thursdays; Independent- 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1879; Willis E. Stevens, editor and pub- 
lisher (7—5). 

B ARDOIiPH, McDonough Co. -n 38rt 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rd., 70 m. N. E. of Quincy. Banks of Are 
and brick clay and manufactories of sewer 
pipe, tile paving brick, etc. Agriculture. 
NEWS; Wednesdays; eight pages 16x22; 

subscription $1: established 1893; Fred H. 

Maxwell, editor and publisher. 

HARRINGTON, Cook Co. [^ l,162t 
pop., on Chicago* Northwestern Rd., 32 m. 
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N. W. of Chicago. Flour mill. Milk ship- 
ping station. 

^^Ye^?^^^' Fridays; independent: eight 
fssf^M^T^?'. subscription $1.50; established 
I880; M.T.Lamey, editor and publisher. 

BARRY, Pike Co. -a l,643t pop., on 

Wabash Rd., 18 m. E. of Mississippi r. 

Flour mill and ice plant. 

ADA GE ; Thursdays ; Independent • eleht 

fiE is'f'l' «"t>seriptipn $1.25 ;"*'e?tlb 

(l_|) ^'^' ^- ^- ^®SS' ^^itoJ" and publisher 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 1,250 in 1900, of 
1,493 m 1902, since which it has not 
furnished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but has been credited with print- 
ing more than 1,000 copies every year 
since, including 1907. 

RECORD; Fridays; eight pages 15x22- 
subscription $1.25; established 1W5- V B 
Gentry, editor and publisher (1-8) 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

BAT A VI A, Kane Co. ^ 3,871t pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ana Chi- 
cago & Northwestern Rds. and Fox r., 7 
m. N. of Aurora and 35 W. of Chicago. Ex- 
tensive wind mills and factories. Stone 
quarries adjacent. 

HERAL.D; Thursdays; eight pages 15x22: 
subscription $1.50; established 1893; F. E Mar- 
ley, editorand publisher(l— 8). 
^o^'^^^^'^oA Thursdays; republican; eight 
Pa^«l^'o?''r'/"r^s^"Pt^o" 'Sl.SO; establisfied 
1869; Clark A. Lewis, editor and publisher 

BAY LIS, Pike Co. -n 340t pop., on 
Wabash Rd., 27 m. E. of Hannibal. Mo. 
Wagon manufactory. Farming. 

^!^}I}oVL^''J^^^^y^'' independent; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; established 1892: 
Geo. R Hames, editor; Guide Printing Co 
publishers. ^ ' 

BEARDSTOWN, Cast Co. -n 4.827t 
pop., on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern 
and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rds. 
and Illinois r., 45 m. W. by N. W. of 
Springfield, the State capital, 139 E. by S. E. 
of Rock Island and 111 N. of Saint Louis, 
Mo. Agriculture and manufacturing, fish- 
ing and ice packing. 

I.l^?Sfs^il?' ''^"^' -" WEEK- 
ILLINOIAN STAR; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays ; 
republican; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
-daily$4.50, weekly $1.50 established 1848; J. 
puSfsherT?i^?;!"^= '''^^"^^«° * Nicholson. 
Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for an issue 
of 1,800 in 1896, since which it has not 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with 
printing more than 1,000 copies ever 
since, up to and including the year 1907. 

BELLEVILLE, c. h., Saint Clair 

Co. p 17,484+ pop., on Illinois Central, 
Louisville & Nashville, Southern and St. 
Louis, Belleville & Suburban Rds., U m. 
S. E. of Saint Louis, Mo. Nail works, 



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smelting works, oil mill, stove and glass 

works. Extensive coal mines and large 

trade in flour. 

ADVOCATE ; every evening except 
Sunday, and \V EEKL. V, Fridays ; repub- 
lican: daily four, weekly eight pages 10x22; 
subscription-daily $5, v\eekly $1 ; ,estat) 
lished— daily 1898, weekly 1839; The Belleville 
Advocate Printing Co., editors and publishers 
/a 3\ 

Copies printed: The weekly edition of 
this paper had credit for an issue of 
1,200 in 1895, since which it has not 
furnished a definite and satisfactory ye- 
port, but was credited with printing 
more than 1,000 copies in 1906 and 

1907. 

MORNING RECORD; every morning 
except Sunday; four pnges 17i.ox24; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1895; M. 1.. Mimie, edi- 
tor; George Meyer, publisher (6— 5). 

NEWS DEMOCRAT; every evening 
except Sunday, and SEMI-WEEK-JL) , 
Wednesdays and Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription — dally $0, 
seini- weekly $1.50; established 1855; Fred. J. 
Kern, editor; News Democrat Co., pub 
Ushers (1—8). , ., . . 

Cooies printed: daily, 2,400 m 1906 

2,418 m 1907 
The semi-weekly edition of this paper 
had credit for an average issue of 3,800 
in 1906, since which it has not fur- 
nished any definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but was credited with more than 
2,250 in 1907. 

POST UND ZEITUNG; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days; German; republican; daily four pages 
30x26, weekly twelve pages 17x23; subscrip- 
tion-dally $5, weekly $1.50; established-Post 
1884, Zeitung 1849; Postand Zeltung Publish 
Ing Company, publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 1900 
the daily edition of this paper seemed 
to assert that it had an average issue 
exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to 
furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a 
rating to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

For the weekly edition no detailed 
satisfactory report was ever obtained, 
but it has been credited with more than 
1,000 since 1900, including the year 

^^TAGEBL.ATT AND ARBEITER 
ZEITUNG; every evening except Sun- 
day, WEEK-LY, Wednesdays, and DER 
TREU-KIJND, Sundays; German; dally 
and Sunday four, weekly eight pages 15x22; 
subscription — daily $4, Sunday 50 cents, 
weekly $2; established 1884; Fred W. Kraft, 
editor and publisher. 

COAIi MINING LAW JOURNAL.; 
monthly; law; forty pages 8x11; subscrip- 
tion $2; established March, 1907; Thomas R. 
Mould, editor; Coal Mining Law Publishing 
Co., publishers (7—7 P). 

BELVIDERE, c. h., Boone Co. ^ 

7,937 pop., on Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 
78 m, W. of Chicago. Flour mills and 
manufactories of butter, cheese, sewing 
machines, corsets, pianos, heating boilers, 
and bicycles. 

REPUBLICAN; every evening except 
Sunday, and REPUBLICAN-NORTH- 
WESTERN, weekly, twice a -week, Tues- 
days and Fridays; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription— daily $4.80, weekly $1; established 



— daily 1891, weekly 1870: Frank T. Moran. 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: daily 1,200 in 1901 

2,270 in 1907 

The weekly edition had credit for an 
average issue of 1,200 in 1895, since 
which it has not furnished a satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with print- 
ing more than 1,000 copies ever since, 
including the year 1907. 

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE Ri 
monthly (A A). 

BENSEN VILLE, Du Page Co. cf 3741 

pop., on Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd., 

17 m. W. of Chicago. Agriculture and fruit 

raising; poultry shipping. 

DU PAGE CO. REGISTER; Fridays; 
republican; eight pages 17J^x24; subscription 
$1.50; established July, 1900; H. C. Paddock, 
editor and publisher (7—5) (A A). 

BENSON, Woodford Co. n 367t pop., 
on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd., about 
30 m. N. E. of Peoria. 
BEE: Fridays (A A). 

BENTON, c.h., Franklin Co. p l,341t 
pop., on Chicago & Eastern Illinois and 
Central and Illinois Central Rds., about 90 
m. S. E. of Saint Louis, Mo. Wheat, corn, 
tobacco and castor beans. Coal mining. 

FRANKLIN CO. INDEPENDENT; 

Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1898; A. E. 
Martin, editor and publisher (8—5). 

Copies printed: For the year 1900 
this paper seemed to assert tiiat it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican;^ 
eight pages 16x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1879; H. L. Frier, editor and publisher. 

STANDARD; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab 
lished 1849; Brownlee & Cantrell. editors and ^ 
publishers. 

BERWYN, Coi>k Co. cT 8.000 pop., 

on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 7 m. 

W. of Chicago, and Is a residence suburb 

of same. 

CURRENT; Thursdays; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1899; 
W. O. Woodworth, editor; West End News 
Co., publishers (2—8). 

BETHANY, MouUrieCo. n 87St pop., 

on Peoria, Decatur & Evansville Rd., 7 m. 
N. W. of Sullivan, the county seat. Agri- 
culture. 

ECHO;Fridays; independent; four pages ..---^ 
17x22; subscription $1; established 1888; J.Wt^ 
Mcllwain, editor and publisher (6—5). 

BIGGSVILLE, Henderson Co. -a 417t 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 
15 m. E. of Burlington, la. Agriculture. 
CLIPPER; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established""-".^^ 
1875 ; M. M. Rowley, editor and publisher. 

BL ANDINS VILLE , ^c 2? o n M flr A 
Co. -a 995+ pop., on Toledo, Peoria & West- 
ern Rd., 16 m. N. W. of Macomb, the county 
seat. Steam flour and saw mills. 
STAR-GAZETTE; Thursdays; repub- 



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lican; eight to ten pages 15x22; subscription 
4^1: established 1887; M. Irwiii and George 
<Jriggs, editors and publishers. 

BLOOMINGTON, c. h., McLean 

Co. a 23,286+ pop., on intersection of Chi- 
cago & Alton, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago & St. Louis. Illinois Central and 
Lalce Erie & Western Rds., 126 m. S. W. of 
Ciiicago and 156 N. E. of Saint Louis, Mo. 
Coal mining, manufacturing, farming and 

stock raising. 

DAILY. 

BULLiETIN; every evening except Sat- 
urday and Sunday, Sunday morning, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; daily 
eight to twelve, Simday twelve to twenty- 
four pages 15x22; subscription— daily $5, Sun- 
day $2, weekly $1 ; established 1881 : Braley & 
O'Donnell, editors and publishers (1—5 1. 

Copies printed: Daily, 6,86o in 1903 
and 6,074 in 1904. In the absence of 
any report it was credited with exceed- 
ing 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

The weekly edition for the year 1899 
seemed to assert that it had an average 
issue exceeding 1,000 copies, but failed 
to furnish such definite information as 
would warrant the accordance of a ra- 
ting to that effect. It has not since 
made any renewal of the claim. 

PANTAGRAPH; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; 
republican; daily eight to sixteen, weekly ten 
pages 17x233^; subscription — dally $5.20, 
weekly $1; established— daily 1855, weekly 
1846 ; C. C. Marquis, manager (1—8). 

Copies printed: daily, 5,601 in 1895 

7,392 in 1900 
8,349 in 1901 
9,579 in 1902 
11,400 in 1903 
13,604 in 1904 
13,812 in 1905 
14,239 in 1906 
14,204 in 1907 
The weekly edition of this paper had 
credit for an average issue of 5,412 in 
1895 and 4,079 in 1906, since which it 
has not furnished any definite _ and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
more than 2,250 in 1907. 

WEEKLY. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; German; inde- 
pendent; eight pages 20x24; subscription 
§1.50; established 1878; Julius Dietrich, edi- 
tor and publisher. 

RECORD; Saturdays; labor; eight 
pages I7}^x24: subscription $1; established 
1898; R. E. Woodmansee, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

WESLEY AN ARGUS ;Thursdays,dur 
Ingthe college year; collegiate; eight pages 
9x12; subscription SI; established 1895: Stu- 
dents of the Illinois Wesleyau University, 
editors and publishers. 

MONTHLY. 

ILLINOIS FREE3IASON; monthly, 
masonic; eight pages 11x16; subscription $1; 
established 1885; Delmar D. Darrah. editor 
and publisher (12—4). 

Copies printed: 5,025 in 1903, since 
which, in the absence of any report, it 
had credit for exceeding 4,000 in 1904 
and 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

ILLINOIS RED MAN; monthly; Im- 
proved Order of Red Men; sixteen pages 
9x12; subscription 50 cents; established Oc 
tober. 1902; Geo. M. Adams, editor and pub- 
lisher (1-8). 



SCHOOL AND H03IE EDUCA- 
TION; monthly, except July and August; 
educational; seventy-two pages 7x10; sub- 
scription $1.25; established 188U; George P. 
Brown, editor ; Public School Publishing 
Company, publishers (5— 3). 

Copies printed: 10,909 in 1896 and 
12,050 in 1900, since which it has not 
made any report, but was credited 
with more than 4,000 in 1907. 

TAILOR; monthly; labor; tailoring; 
thirty-two pages 8x11; hubscriptiou 60 cents; 
established 1338; John B. Lennon, editor; 
Journeymen Tailors' Union of North 
America, publishers (1—8). Does not insert 
advertisements. 

BLUE ISLAND, Cook Co. rf 6,114t 

pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, 

Chicago & Grand Trunk and Illinois Central 

Rds., 2]4 m. S. of Chicago, the county seat. 

Brickyards, stone quarries, wire mills. 

heater manufactory and smelting works. 

Farming. 

SATURDAY SUN; Saturdays; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; established 
1394; John H. Voli>,editorand publisher. 

STANDARD; Fridays; Independent; 
eight pages 15x22; svibscription $1; estab- 
lished 1376 ; W. Errett. editor and publisher. 

BL.UEMOUND, Macon Co. D 7Ut 
pop., on Wabash Rd., 14 m. S. W. of Decatur, 
the county seat. Shipping point for grain 
and live stock. Agriculture. 
LEADER; Fridays; Independent; eight 
pages 15x20; subscription $1; established 1887; 
Frank Trainer, editor and publisher. 

TEACHERS' AND STUDENTS' 
FRIEND; monthly; educational; thirty- 
six cages; subscription f^O cents; established 
1900; Frank Trainer, editor and publisher 
(1—5). 

Copies printed: This publication has 
never furnished a definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but had credit for exceed- 
ing 1,000 in 1906 and 1907- 



-G 5i9t pop., on 
of Winchester, the 



! BLUFFS, Scott Co. 

j Wabash Rd., 12 m.N.W 
county seat. Farming. 

I TIMES; Fridays: eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1.25; established 1890; E. D. Beird, 
editor and publisher. 

BONE GAP, Eduards Co, 0,496! pop., 
on Illinois Central Rd., 10 m. N. E. of Al- 
bion, the county seat. 
PROGRESS; Thursdays; eight pages 

13x20; subscription $1; established August, 

1905; Logan W. Gould, editor and publisher 

(1-8) . 

BOWEN, Hancock Co. -a 628t pop., on 
Wabash Rd., 27 m. S. E. of Keokuk. Trade 
center. Agriculture. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays; Independ- 
ent; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.25; es- 
tablished 1891; M. S. McCoy, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BRADFORD, Stark Co. n 990 pop., 

on Chicago. Burlington & Qulucy Rd., 40 

m. N. of Peoria. Agriculture and stock 

raising. 

STARK CO. REPUBLICAN; Wed 

nesdays; republican; eight pages 15x22; 
Bubscription $1.50; established 1892; R. L. 
Breene. editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,067 ^o^ 



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year 1896, but _ has not since made 
definite and satisfactory claim to is- 
suing so many as 1,000 copies. 

BRAIDWOOD, Will Co. d'3,279t 

pop., on Chicago & Alton Rd., 2ii m. S. of 

JoHet. 

BULIjETIN; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages 17J^x2i; 8ubi»cription $1; estab- 
lished 1891; A. F. Paden, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

BREESE, Clinton Co. g l.STlt pop., 
on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Rd.. 8 
m. E.of Carlyle, the county seat. Agricul- 
ture. 

PEOPLE'S INTEREST; Thursdays; 
independent; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established February, 1906; F.M.Davis, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

BRIDGEPORT, Lam-ence Co. Q, 
487+ pop., on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern 
Rd., 4 m. W. of LawrencevlUe, the county 
seat. Agriculture. 

■LEADER; Fridays (A A). 

LOCAL. REPORTER; Fridays; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 1889; 
W. A. Hunt, editor and publisher (7—5 P) 
(A A). 

BRIGHTON, Macoupin Co. u 680t 

pop., on Chicago & Alton and Chicago, 

Burlington & Qulncy Rds., 12 m. N. E. of 

Alton and 33 N. of Saint Louis, Mo. Coal in 

Ticinlty. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; Independent ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription 81.25 ; established 
1880; A. William Amass, editor and publisher 

(1-8). 

BRIMFIELD, Peoria Co. n 677t pop., 

on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd.,20 m. 

N. W. of Peoria, the county seat. Agricul 

ture and stock raising. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; independent ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1879; Addison Pacey, editor and publisher. 

BROCTON, Edgar Co. Q 613t pop,, on 
Chicago, Hamilton & Dayton, and Toledo, 
St. Louis & Western Rds., 19 m. N. W. of 
Paris, the county seat. Hogs, corn, cattle, 
oats, broom corn and sheep. 

REVIEW; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 17}^x22; subscription $1.25; established 
1892; Charles B. Miller, editor and publisher 
(1-7). 

Copies printed: 1,196 in 1902 
1,207 ill 1903 
1,288 in 1904 
1,321 in 1905 
1,561 in 1906 
1,730 in 1907 

BROOKFIELD, Cook Co. ^ 1,111 

pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 

9 m. S. W. of Chicago. 

SUBURBAN MAGNET; Thursdays; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription SI; estab- 
lished 1894, as Magnet Vigilant; Norman C. 
Darnell, editor and publisher (2—8). 

BROOKPORT, Massac Co. p 850 

pop., on Illinois Central Rd, and Ohio r. 

opposite Paducah, Ey. Lumber, corn and 

vegetables, cross ties and wheat. 

EAGLE: Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1898; 
ElishaBaugh, editor and publisher (10—6). 



ILLINOIS. 



BUCKLEY, Iroquois Co. [> 490t pop., 
on Illinois Central Rd.. 93 m. S, W. of Chi- 
cago. Grain and stock raising. Artesian 
wells. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays; eight pages 
17x24; subscription $1.50; established 1895; 
C. E. Carter, editor and publisher. 

BUDA, Bureau Co. <^ 87St pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincj' Rd., 13 m.W. 
by S. W. of Princeton, the county seat. 
Agriculture, coal mining and manufactur- 
ing. 

P L A I N- D E A L E R ; Fridays ; repub- 
lican; four pages 13x^0; subscription $1.50; 
established 1887; P. N. Mason, editor and 
publisher (2—8). 

BUNKER HILL, Macoupin Co. Q 
l,279t pop., on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago &St. Louis Rds.. 36 m. N. N.E. of Saint 
Louis, Mo. Fruit, dairying, agriculture, 
and live stock. 

GAZETTE -NEWS; Fridays; repub- 
lican; eight pages; 15x22: subscription $1.50; 
established— Gazef^t; 1865, Nrws 1888; Edward 
Wilson, editor and publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,096 for the 
year 1904, since which it has made no 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 1,000 in 1907. 

BUSHNELL, McDonough Co. -n 2,490t 
pop., at the crossing of Toledo, Peoria & 
Western and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rds., 192 m S. W. of Chicago. Manufactur- 
ing. 

Mcdonough democrat; Thurs- 
days; democratic; eight pages 173^x22; .sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1884; Charles C. 
Chain, editor and publisher. ^ 

RECORD; Fridays; republican; ftight 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1868; John R. Camp, editor and publisheiv- 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,018 for the year 1905, 
but has not since made definite and 
satisfactory claim to issuing so many 
as 1. 000 copies. 

BYRON, Ogle Co. ^ l,015t pop., on 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Chicago 

Great Western Rds. and Rock r., 89 m. W. 

of Chicago. Agriculture and dairying. 

LEADER; Thursdays: eight pages 
151^x20; subscription $1 ; established January, 
1902; G. E. Smith, editorand publisher. 

CABERY, J^ord Co. a- 400 pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 24 m. S. W. of Kanka- 
kee and 79 S. by S. W. of Chicago. Coal 
beds and farming lands. 

ENQUIRER; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 17^x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1883; William R. Watts, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

CAIRO, c. h., Alexander Co. p 12,566t 
pop., terminus of Illinois Central, St. Louis, 
Iron Mountain & Southern, Cleveland, Cin- 
cinnati, Chicago & St. Louis, St. Louis, 
Southwestern and Mobile & Ohio Rds., at 
confluence of Ohio and Mississippi rs., 175 
m. below Saint Louis, Mo. Manufacturei 
and commerce. 
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four pages 18x24; subscription $5; established 
1864; H. F. Potter, editor and publislier. 

BULiIjETIN ; every morning; democrat- 
ic: daily six to eight, Sunday twelve to 
thirty pages 18x24; subscription $7; estab- 
lished 1868; The Bulletin Co., publishers (1—7). 

Copies printed: 1,945 in 1904 
2,127 in 1905 
2,019 in 1906 
2,112 in 1907 
CITIZEN ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEM.L1Y, Thursdays; republican; 
daily eight pages 15x22, weekly eight pages 
15x22; subscription— daily $4.80, weekly $1; 
established— daily 1899, weekly 1885 ; John C. 
Fisher, editor; The Citizen Company, pub- 
lishers (12—5). 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue of 818 in 1903 and 1,477 in 1906, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 1,000 in 
1907. 

The weekly had credit for an aver- 
age issue of 1,110 in 1903 and 1,058 
ill 1906, since which it has not made 
any definite and satisfactory claim to 
printing so many as 1,000 copies. 

TELEGRAM; every eveumg except 
Sunday, and Sunday morning; four pages 
20x26; subscription $9; established 188T; E. E. 
and C. M. Ellis, editors and publishers (A A). 
Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

BAPTItST TRUTH; Thursdays (A A). 
-SOUTHERN IliLINOIS LABOR 
JOURNAL; Saturdays (A A). 

STAR; Fridays (A A). 

WHOLESALE JOURNAL; monthly; 
mercantile; thirtv-two pages 9x11^; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established April, 1905; 
George B. Walker, editor and publisher (1—T) 
(A A). 

Copies printed: 1,500 in 1906 

CAMBRIDGE, c. h., Henry Co. ti 

1,.345+ pop., on Rock Island & Peoria Rd. 
Shipping point for surrounding agricult- 
ural country. Coal mines. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 



ILLINOIS. 



' lished 18.53 ; John M. Mavity, editor and pub- 
; lisher. 

! Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 1,200 for the year 
1895, but has not since made claim to 
issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

PRAIRIE CHIEF; Saturdays; repub- 
lican: eight cages 13x20; subscription $1; es-- 
tabllshed 1867; John H. Seaton, editor and 
publisher. 

CAMPBELL HILL, Jackson Co. g 

497t pop., on Mobile & Ohio Rd., 15 m. N. W. 

of Murphysboro, the county seat. Coal 

mining and farming. 

ECLIPSE; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established 
1894; G. M. Dillard, editor and publisher. 

CAMPPOINT, Adam$ Co. -o l,260t 

pop., at junction of Chicago, Burlington & 

Quincy and Wabash Rds., 22 m. N. E. of 

Quincy, the county seat. Farming. 

JOURNAL; Wednesdays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1878; G. W. Cyrus, editor and publisher 



(6—5). 






Copies 


printed: 


1,146 in 1897 
1,086 in 1902 
1,094 in 1903 
1,090 in 1905 
1,096 in 1906 
1,089 in 1907 



CA.'NTO'S, Fulton Co.-a6,56it pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Toledo, 
Peoria & Western Rds., 14 m. N. E. of Lew- 
istown, the county seat, and 28 S. W. of 
Peoria. Foundries, tile factory and brick 
yards, marble works, agricultural imple- 
ments, broom, gun and several cigar manu- 
factories. Coal mining. 

HERALD; every evening except Satur- 
day, and Sunday morning; four pages 17x24; 
subscription $3.50; established April. 1906^ 
John T. Griffith, editor: The Canton Herald 
Co., publishers t7— 6 P) (A A;. 

REGISTER; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican; daily eight pages 15x22, weekly 
twelve pages; subscription— dailj- $5, weekly 
$1.50; established— daily 1890, weekly 1849 ; 
C. E. Snively, editor and publisher (7—5;. 
See advertiseiiieut below. 

Copies printed: daily, 2,7^2 in 1905 

3,252 in 1906 
3,506 in 1907 

FULTON CO. LEDGER; Thursdays; 



CANTON, ILLINOIS 

Has circulation three tillie!>i greater than all other Canton papers 

(excepting "Canton Weekly Register") combined. 

Sivorn circulation statement. Circulation guaranteed. 

0£ii:it<3ia "V^Tools-ly DFLegistor 

CANTON, ILLIi^OIS 

Has a larger circulation than all other Canton papers (excepting "Can- 
ton Daily Register") combined. 
Sample copies and rate cards upon request. C. E. Snively, Publisher. 



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ILLINOIS. 



democratic; eight to twelve pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1849; S. Y. Thorn- 
ton, editor and publisher (7—5). 

C APRON, Boone Co. b 50?! pop., on 

Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 25 m. N. E. of 

Rookford. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; four pages 17x24; 
subscription $1; establisht-d August, 1!K)6: 
Chas. A. Pratt, editor and publisher (8—6 P ». 

CARBONDAL.E, Jackson Co. g 
3,318+ pop., on Chicago & Texas and Illi- 
nois Central Rds., 57 in. N. of Cairo. Seat 
of State Normal University. Farming, 
fruit growing and coal mining. 

FREE PRESSs; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLiY, Wednesdays; re- 
publican; eight pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily $4, weekly $1.50; established— daily 
1903, weekly 1877; Chas. H. Rieth, editor; 
Free Press Publishing Co., publishers (9—7). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper had credit for an issue 
of 1,077 for the year 1905, but has 
not since made definite and satisfactory 
claim to issuing so many as i,ooa 
copies. 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HERALDt 

Saturdays; independent; eight pages 16x22: 
subscription $1.50; established 1892; J.H. Bar- 
ton, editor and publisher. 

CARLINVILLE, c. h., Macoupin 

Co. D 3,502+ pop., on Chicago & Alton and 

Litchfield, Carrolton & Western Rds., 39 m. 

S. by S. W. of Springfield, the State capital. 

and 57 N. E. of Saint Louis, Mo. A trade 

center. Coal mining. 

ENQUIRER; every eveningexcept Sun- 
day, and MACOUPIN CO. ENQUIR- 
ER, Wednesdays ; democratic; daily four 
pages 18x24, weekly eight to ten pages 15x22; 
subscription— daily $5, weeklv $1.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1896, weekly 1870; C. J. Lumpkin, 
editor and publisher {7—3 P). 

Copies printed: The weekly issue of 
this paper had credit for an average is- 
sue of 2,401 in 1898, since which time 
it has not furnished a definite and sat- 
isfactory report, but has been credited 
with printing more than i.ooo copies 
ever since, including the year 1907. 

DEMOCRAT ; Wednesdays; republican ; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1856; Jas. E. McClure, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

BLACKBURNIAN: monthly during 
college year (A A). 

CARLOCK, McLean Co. D .300 pop., 

on Lake Erie & Western Rd., 11 m. N. W. of 

Bloomington, the county seat. Farming, 

horse and cattle raising. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays: eight pages 
15x22; subscription$l: established 1899; John 
Bedingef , editor and publisher ( 5—6). 

CARIiYLE, c. h., Clinton Co. p l,874t 

pop., on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Rd. 

and Kaskaskia r., 47 m. E. of Saint Louis, 

Mo. Shipping point for lumber. Agriculture. 

CONSTITUTION; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1861; T. D. Shoupe & Son, editors 
and publishers. 



ILLINOIS. 



UNION BANNER; Fridays; repub- 
lican; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; ' 
established 1864; John Kuf, Sr., editor; John 
Ruf & Son, publishers. 

CARMI, c. h., White Co. U^ 2,939t pop., 
at junction of Louisville & Nashville and 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
Rds. and at head of navigation on Little 
Wabash r., 37 m. W. by N. W. of Evansville, 
Ind. Center of corn-growing region. 

TIMES; Wednesdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1872; 
Frank Hosick, editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 1,296 in 1898, since 
which it has not furnished a definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credited 
with printing more than 1,000 copies in. 
1900, but since then not so many. 

WHITE CO. DEMOCRAT ; Thurs- 
days; democratic: eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; esl^ablished 1858; A. W. Charles, 
editor; Berry & Charles, publishers (7—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 2,239 i*» 
1896, since which time it has not fur- 
nished a definite and satisfactory re- 
port, but has been credited with print- 
ing more than 1,000 copies ever since 
and including the year 1907. 

CARRIER MILLS, Saline Co. Q 
427+ pop., on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago & St. Louis Rd., about 7 m. S. W. of 
Harrisburg, the county seat. 
MAIL; Fridays (A A). 
CARROLLTON, c. h., Greene Cc. u 
3,355+ pop., on Chicago & Alton and Litch- 
. field, Carrollton & Western Rds., 34 m. S. by 
S. W. of Jacksonville and 57 N. of Saint 
Louis, Mo. Manufactures of tiles and ma- 
chinery, and canning factory. Grain and 
coal Agrietilt\ire. 

GAZE T T E ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 15x22: subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1846; James McNabb, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

PATRIOT; Thursdays; republican ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1864: Chas. Bradshaw, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—81. 

Copies printed: 1,392 in 1905 
1,506 in 1906 
1,531 in 1907 

CARTERVILLE, Williamson Co. Q 

1,749+ pop., on Illinois Central Rd..9m. W. 

of Marion, the county seat. Farming. 

HERALD; Fridays; independent; eight, 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1899; L. 'E. Robertson, editor and publisher. 

CARTHAGE, c. h.. Hancock Co. d 
?.104+ pop.,on Wabash and Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy Rds., 88 m, N. E. of Quincy. 
Seat of Carthage College. Farming. 
DEMOCRAT; Tuesdays; democratic; 

eight pages 15x22; subscriptitm $1; estab- 



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ILLINOIS. 



lished 1S99; Fred. M. Milby. editor and pub- 
lisher. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; republican; eight 
"pages 15x22; subscription $1.5U; established 
1865; W. O. Sharp, editor and publisher. 

HANCOCK CO. JOURNAL,; Thurs 
days; republican: eigiit pages 15x22; sub- 
scription SI; established 18S8; John S.Coch- 
ran, editor and publisher. 

REPUBLICAN: Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic: eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1853: I. Davidson, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,462 in 1904 
and 1,582 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but has been credited 
with more than i.ooo every year since, 
up to and including 1907. 

OUR BOYS AND GIRLS; monthly, 
except May, June. July and August: educa- 
tion; eight" pages 9x12; subscription 25 cents; 
esral)lished September. 1905; J. E. Williams, 
editor and publisher (1—7). 

Copies printed: 1,000 in 1906 
1,000 in 1907 

CASEY, Clark Co. P l,500t pop., on 

Terre Haute & Indianapolis and Cincinnati, 

Hamilton & Dayton Rds., about 32 m. E. by 

N. of Effingham. Oil fields, farming and 

poultry shipping. 

BANNER -TIMES: Fridays (A A). 
*— COMMERCIAL; Fridays (A A). 

CAVE IN ROCK, Hardin Co. p 322t 

pop., on Ohio River, daily steamers, 40 m. 

N. E. of Paducah, Ky. 

HARDIN ERA: Fridays; republican; 
;,^ eight pages 15x22; subscriprion $1; estab- 
s lished 1900; S. L. Jackson, editor and pub 
lisher (1—7). 

CENTRALIA, Marion Co.Q 6,721 
pop., on Illinois Central, Louisville. Evans- 
ville & St. Louis Consolidated, Centralia & 
Chester and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rds., 6U m. E. of Saint Louis, Mo. Railroad 
repair shops, nail mill, coal mine, large 
foundry and machine shop, ice plant, win- 
dow glass and canning factories. 

DE.>IOCRAT ; every evening except 
Sunday, and VVEEKIjV, Fridays; demo- 
cratic; daily four, weelcly eight pages 15x22; 
— s- subscription — daily $5, weelcly $i; established 
—daily 1892, weekly ls7l; C. D. Tufts, editor; 
C. D. Tufts & Co., publishers, 

SENTINEL; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays ; 
republican; eight pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily $5, weekly $1; established— daily 1884, 
weekly 1863; Verne E. Joy, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copie& printed: Xo definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but both editions had 
credit for exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

CERROGORDO, ^*a« Co. n l,008t 

pop., on Wabash Rd., 12 m. E. of Decatur 
Agriculture. Natural gas. 

NEW ERA; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 17}^x22; subscription $1; established 
1886; J. C.Locher, editor and publisher (A A). 

STAR; Fridays; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1; established 1900; E. Drum & 
Son, editors and publishers. 

CHADWICK,Carro«(7o.^650pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 9 m. 



ILLINOIS. 



S. E. of Mount Carroll, the county seat. 

Stock and grain raising. 

CLARION; Wednesdays; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1.5(J; established 1898; A. 
A. Strauch, editor and publisher (1—8). 

CHAMPAIGN, Champaign Co. O- 

14,500 pop., on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago & St. Louis. Illinois Central and Wa- 
bash Rds., 48 m. S. E. of Bloomington and 
128 S. by S. W. of Chicago. Seat of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. Clock manufacturing. 
GAZETTE; every evening except Sun- 
day, and CHAMPAIGN CO. GA- 
ZETTE, Wednesdays; republican; dally 
eight, weekly twelve pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion—daily $5, weekly $1.50; established- 
daily 1883, weekly 1852; J. K. SteAvart, editor; 
Orville Davis and Eaward Flannlgan, pub- 
lishers (1-8). 

Copies printed: In 1899 the weekly and 
in 1902 and 1907 the daily edition of 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but the publisher failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that effect 
for either of them. 

NEWS; every morning except Monday ; 
every evening except Sunda\ ,and CHAM- 
PAIGN CO. NEWS, weekly, twice-a- 
week, Wednesdays and Saturdays; republi- 
can; eight to sixteen pagos 17x24; subscrip- 
tion—evening ?5, morning $". weekly $1.50: 
established— daily 1895, weekly 1891; E. B. 
Chapin, editor and publisher il— 7). 

Copies printed: Combined morning 
and evening edition, 3,156 in 1906 

3,592 in 1907 
Weekly, 3,460 in 1906 
3,447 in 1907 
TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; eight to 
twelve pages 18x24; subscription $1.50: estab- 
lished 1872; Powers & Fielding, editors and 
publishers (7— 3P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,543. '" 
1904. since which it has not furnished 
anv definite and satisfactory report, 
but was credited with more than 2,250 
in 1906 and 1907. 
CHANDLERVILLE. Cat$ Co. -a 

940+ pop., on Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis Rd. 

and Sangamon r., 58 ni. S. S. W. of Peoria. 

Live stock and farming. 

TIMES; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50: established 1825; M. L.Spink, 
editor and publisher. 

CHAPIN, Morgan Co. -D 514t poP-. on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Wabash 
Rds., about 10 m. W. of Jacksonville, the 
county seat. 

HERALD; Frldi.ys (A A). 
CHARLESTON, c. h., Coles Co. o 
5,488+ pop., on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago & St. Louis and Toledo, St. Louis & 
Kansas City Rds.. 48 m. W. of Terre Haute. 
Ind. Seat of State Normal School. Broom, 
ice and canning factories, foundry, woolen 
and flour mills and stone quarry. Agri- 
culture and stock raising. 
COURIER; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; daily four pages 20x26, weekly eight 
to sixteen pages 15x22; subscription--weekly 
$1; established — daily 1894, weekly 1840; 
C. L. Lee. editor and publisher. 



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ILLINOIS. 



NEWS; every morning except Suuday, 
and WEEKLiV, Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription— daily $3.13, 
weekly $1; established 1892; J. K. Rardin, 
editor and publisher (1—8). 

PLiAlNDEALiEK; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; 
republican ; eight pages 15x22 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily $5, weekly $1 ; established- 
daily 1892, weekly 1840; Glassco Brothers, 
publishers (1—8)). 

Copies printed: The weekly edition 
of this paper has on more than one 
occasion indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than i.ooo cop- 
ies regularly, but such definite infor- 
mation as would warrant such a rating 
has never been forthcoming. 

CHATHAM, Sanuamon Co. n 6291 

pop., on Chicago & Alton Rd., 11 m. W. of 

Springfield, the state capital. Coalmining. 

SOUTH SANGAMON MESSEN- 
GEK.; Fridays; four pages 20x26; subscrip- 
tions!; established September, 1905; W. F. 
Kineade. editor; Kincade Brothers, publish- 
ers (11— 5 P). 

CHATSWORTH, Livingston Co. D 

1,038+ pop., on Toledo. Peoria & Western and 
Illinois Central Rds.. 70 m. E. of Peoria and 
96 S. by S. W. of Chicago. Corn, swine rais- 
ing and farming. 

PLAINDEAIiER; Fridays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1873; Clarence H. Smith, editor; 
Jas. A. Smith, publisher. 

TIMES; Fridays; Independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1902; 
H. O. McCombs, editor; Chatsworth Printing 
Co., publishers (1—5). 

CHEBANSE, /roguow Co. o-555t pop,, 

on Illinois Central Rd., 9 m. S. of Kankakee 

and 64 S. W. of Chicago. On the county 

line, a portion being In Kankakee county. 

HERALD ; Saturdays ; republican ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1868; B. E. Burroughs, editor and publisher. 

GHENOA, McLean Co. D l,5I2t pop., 
at intersection of Chicago & Alton and To- 
ledo, Peoria & Western Rds., 24 m. N. E. of 
Bloomington, the county seat. Manufactur- 
ing. Agriculture. 

CLIPPER; Fridays; eight pages 18x24; 
subscription $1 ; established 1893: E. S. Pike, 
editor and publisher. 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 1,121 
in 1900, cf 1,395 in igoi, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
1,000 copies for the years 1906 and 
1907. 

TIMES; Thursdays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established January, 1901; 
Beard Brothers, editors and publishers. 

CHESTER, c. h., Randolph Co. p 

2,832+ pop., og Ceutralia & Chester and 

terminus of Wabash. Chester & Western 

Rds., and Mississippi r., 80 m. below Saint 

Louis, Mo. River commerce In coal, flour, 

live stock, manufactures and agricultural 

products. 

HERALD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1396; Frank^R. McAtee, editor and publisher 

(1-3). 



ILLINOIS. 



TRIBUNE; Thursdays ; republican ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1872; Thos. J. Ho worth, editor; Thos. 
J. Howorth & Co., publishers. 

CHICAGO, c. h., Cook Co. r^ 1,698,5751 
pop., on Lake Michigan. Metropolis of the 
Northwestern States. The corporate limits 
are more extensive than those of any other 
municipality in the United States. The 
largest grain, provision, live stock, lumber 
market and railroad center In the world. 

DAILY. 

ABENDPOST; every evening except 
Sunday, and SONNTAGPOST, Sun- 
days; German; daily eight to twelve, Sun- 
day sixteen to twenty- four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription— daily $3. Sunday $1; established- 
daily 1889, Suuday 1899; The Abendpost Co., 
editors and publishers. Office, 173 Fifth ave- 
nue (1—8). 

Copies printed, daily: 41,587 in 1900 

41,063 in 1901 
42,511 in 1902 
43,129 in 1903 
44,315 in 1904 
46,248 in 1905 
46,684 in 1906 
46,965 in 1907 
Sunday: 30,721 in 1901 
31,486 in 1902 
31,776 in 1903 
32,695 in 1904 
34,497 in 1905 
35,783 in 1906 
36,932 in 1907 

AMERTKAN; daily (A A). 

ARBEITER-ZEITUNG; every even 
ing except Sunday, DIE FACKEL, Sun- 
days, and VOKBOTE, Wednesdays; Ger- 
man; socialist; daily four, Sunday twelve, 
weekly eight pages 20x23; subscription- 
daily $3, Sunday $2, weekly $2; established- 
daily 1877, Sunday 1879, weekly 1874; Chicago 
Arbeiter Zeitung Publishing Company, edi- 
tors and publishers. Office, 45 N. Clark street 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: No complete and sat- 
isfactory report of the output of either 
of these papers was ever obtained, but 
the daily was credited with more than 
12,500, the Sunday with exceeding 
20,000 and the weekly with more than 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

DENNI HLASATEL; every morn- 
ing, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; Bohemian; independent; eight to 
sixteen pages 17^^x24; subscription — dailj' 
$5.20, semi-weekly $2; established 1891 ; Denni 
Hlasatel Printing and Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers. Office. 657 W. Eighteenth 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed: Daily, 23,303 in 1903, 
since which no report has been received, 
but credit was given for exceeding 
20,000 in 1904 and exceeding 17,500 in 
1906 and 1907. 

Semi-weekly, 18,745 in 1903, since 
which no report has been made, but 
credit was given for more than_ 17,500 
in 1904 and more than 12,500 in 1906 
and 1907. 

DER DAILY REPUBLIK ANER ; 
every evening except Sunday, and Sunday 
morning; German; republican; four to eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $3; established 1890; 
G. F. Harnieyer, editor and publisher. Office, 
S. W. cor. of Fifth ave. and Washington st. 
Copies printed: No definite and sat- 
isfactory report was ever received from 
this paper. It had credit for exceeding 
7,500 in 1895, exceeding 4,000 in 1898, 



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ILLINOIS— Chicago. 



exceeding 2,250 in 1899, exceeding 1,000 
in 1903, and not thought to issue so 
many as 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

FARMERS' AND DROVERS' 
JOURNAL.; every evening except Sun- 
day, and C;oOD ALL'S FARMER, 

Satui'days; daily six to twelve, weeklj' 
tv7enty-four pages 12x18; subscription — 
daily $4, weekly 25 cents; established 1873; 
Drovers' Journal Publishing Co., publishers. 
Office, Union Stock Yards (2—8). 

Copies printed: Daily, 38,686 in 1899, 
and 35,631 in 1906, since which no 
definite and satisfactory report has been 
forthcoming, but it was credited with 
more than 20,000 in 1907. 

Weekly: No definite and satisfactory 
report has been obtainable, but the 
paper was credited with more than 
20,000 in 1907. 

DZIENNIK CIITCAGOSKI; every 
evening except Sunday ; Polish; democratic; 
four pages 18x23; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1890; S. Szwajkart. editor: Polish Pub- 
lishlngCo.. publishers. Office, 143 W. Division 
street (2—4^. 

Copies printed: 8,194 in 1900 
8,713 in 1902 
9,251 in 1903 

In the absence of any report credit 

was given for exceeding 7,500 in 1904 

and exceeding 4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

DZIENNIK LUDOWYj every morn 

Ing except Sunday (A A). 

DZIENNIK NARODOWY; every 
morning except Siinday; Polish; four to 
eight pages 'l'7\ix21}4; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1899; Philip M. Ksycki, editor and pub- 
lisher. Office, 738 Milwaukee avenue (1—8). 
See advertiseiueut belonv. 



ILLINOIS- Chicago. 



Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 8,780 in 1904, 
since which it has not furnished any re- 
port, but was credited with more than 
4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

EVENING POST; every evening except 
Sunday; daily eight to twelve, Saturday six- 
teen pages 18x24; subscription $6; established 
1889; J. C. Shatter, editor and publisher. Of- 
fice, Times-Herald building (2—3). 

Copies printed: 23,000 in 1895 and 
25,440 in 1904. In the absence of any 
report, credit was given for exceeding 
20,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

EXAMINER; every morning except 
Sunday; democratic; ten to sixteen pages 
16x22; subscription $3; establisheo 190O; A. 
M. Lawrt-nce, editor; Illinois Publishing and 
Printing Company, publishers (2 — 5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper, daily, had 
credit for an average issue of 144,806 
in 1905 and 173,000 in 1906, since 
which it has not furnished any definite 
and satisfactory report, but was credit- 
ed with more than 75,000 in 1907. 

Sunday had credit for an average is- 
sue of 649,846 in 1906, since which it 
has not furnished any definite and sat- 
isfactory report, but was credited with 
more than 75,000 in 1907. 

This is the highest rating ever ac- 
corded in the absence of a definite and 
satisfactory statement covering the is- 
sue of an entire year. 

FREIE PRESSE; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays; 
German; independent; daily eight, Sunday 
thirty-two, weekly eight to sixteen pages 



The Polish population of Chicago is over 
300,000, being the largest Polish settlement 
in the ^vorld, outside of Warsaw, Poland. 



Dziennik Narodowy 

The Polish National Daily, of Chicago, HL 
Established t899 

reaches this army of buyers daily, a fact not 
to be overlooked by the observing advertiser. 

For rates apply to any responsible adver- 
tising agency, or directly to the 

DZIENNIK NARODOWY 

738 Milwaukee Ave. 

Telephone Monroe 718. CHICAGO, III. 



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ILLINOIS— Chicago. 



ILLi:<OIS-Chicago. 



17x23; subscription— daily $3, Sunday $3, 
weekly 5<; cents; establisiied 1871; Illinois 
Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 94-100 Fifth ' 
avenue (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory report was ever received con- 
cerning the output of either issue of this 
paper. Complaints concerning the rating 
accorded have been placed on record, but 
no facts to warrant a higher rating. In 
1906 and 1907 the daily and Sunday 
issue was thought to exceed 7,500 and 
the weekly to exceed 4,000 copies. 

HEAR!ST'S EVEXINfi AMERI- 
CAN; every eveuing except Sunday, and 
Sunday morning; independent-democratic; 
daily sixteen, Sunday fifty six pages 16V^x21; 
subscription — daily $3.50; established 190U; 
Will. R. Hearst, editor and publisher. Office, 
Security building (.8— (i). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory information concerning the is- 
sues of these papers has ever been ob- 
tained, but each is given credit for 
exceeding 75,000 copies, which is the 
highest rating the Directory accords in 
any case where definite detailed informa- 
tion concerning the actual output is not 
forthcoming. 

ILililNOIS STAATS-ZEITUNG; 

every morning except Sunday, ABEND 
PKESSE, evei'y evening except Sunday, 
WEST EN UND DAHEIiH, Sundays, 
and VV E E K JL Y , Thursdays; German; 
republican; morning eight to twelve, even- 
ing four, weekly twelve and Sunday thirty- 
two pages 17x23; subscription — morning 
$7, evening $2, Sunday $2, weekly (including 
twelve page German agricultural supple- 
ment and sixteen-page Westen) $2; estab- 
lished—daily 1847, weekly 1845, Sunday Westen 
1S54, Daheim 1871; Illinois Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers. Office, 94-100 Fifth 
avenue (1-8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement of the issues of either 
of these publications has ever been ob- 
tained, but the morning and evening 
issues were believed to have a combined 
output of more than 7,500 copies in 
T906 and 1907. The Sunday edition 
also had credit for more than 7,500 
and the weekly for more than 2,500. 

INTER OCEAN; every morning, and 
INTER OCEAN AND FARMER, 

"Wedne.sdays; daily twelve to sixteen, Sun- 
day forty-eight to eighty four, weekly twelve 
pages 18x23; subscription— daily $4, Sunday 
$2, weekly $1: established 1872; Geo. W. Hin- 
nian, editor and publisher. Office, 108 Monroe 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed: The only definite in- 
formation ever received concerning the 
issues of the daily was for the year 190 1, 
when it had credit for an average out- 
put of 63,415 copies. In the absence of 
any definite and satisfactory report, 
each edition has been credited with 
exceeding 40,000 in 1907. 

JEWISH COURIER; every morning 

except Saturday, and C' M I C A G O 
WEEKIjY, Thursdays; Hebrew; daily 
six 10 eight, weekly twelve to sixteen pages 
15x22; subscription— daily $3. Sunday SOcents, 
weekly $1.50; established— daily 1887, weekly 
1885; Courier Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. Office, 473 Halsted street. 

Copies printed: The daily edition of 
this paper had credit for an average 
issue or 11,286 in 1904 and 12,539 in 
1905, since which it has not furnished 
any definite and satisfactory report, 



but was credited with more than 7,500 
in 1907. 

The weekly edition had credit for 
issuing more than 1,000 copies regularly 
in the year 1900, but has not since set 
up any claim for issuing so many. 

JOURNAli; every evening except Sun- 
day; independent; eight to sixteen pages 
18x24; subscription $3; established 1844; Chi- 
cago Journal Co., publishers. Office, 117 123 
Market street (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 104,174 in 1897 
and 87,651 in 1899, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but has been credited 
with more than 40,000 every year 
since, up to and including 1907- 

L.ABOR WORLD; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; eight pages 17^^x22; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1898; Geo. F, Harmeyer, 
editor and publisher. Office, 172 E. Wash- 
ington street. 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a complete and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with more 
than 1,000 copies since 1900 and includ- 
ing the year 1907. 

LAW BULLETIN; every evening 
except Sunday and legal holidays; legal; 
four pages 15x22; subscription §12; estab- 
lished 1854; Law Bulletin Publishing Co.. 
publishers. Office, 180 Monroe street (12—6). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite infor- 
mation as would warrant the accordance 
of a rating 1,0 that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

LIVESTOCK WORLD; every even- 
ing except Sunday ; live st<ck ; lour to 
tv/elve pages 18x22; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1899; Ashley C. Hallivvell. e-ilior and 
publisher. Office. 15 Exchange avenue. Union 
Stock Yards (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 13-774 m 1903 
and 20,714 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 17,500 in 1907. 

MAROON; every morning except Sun- 
day and Monday during college year ( A A). 

NAROD; every morning; Bohemian; 
roman catholic; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1895; Bohemian Bene 
dictine Order of Chicago, editors and pub- 
lishers. Office, 464 W. Eighteenth street. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,400 in 1900 
and 1,672 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 1,000 in 1907. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; in- 
dependent; eight to twenty-two pages 18x24; 
subscription $4; established 1876; Victor F. 
' Lawson, editor and publisher. Office. 123 
Fifth avenue ( 1—7). 

Copies sold: 275,789 in 1900 
288,156 in 1901 
304,218 in 1002 

305,534 it! 1903 
319,539 in 1904 

3x2,637 in 1905 
318,185 in 1906 

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ILLINOIS— Chicago. 



ILLINOIS— Chicago. 







J^~ The absol ute correctness 
oflhelaiest circulation rating 
►accorded the News is guar- 
anteed by the publishers o1 
Rowell's American Newspa- 
per Directory, who will pay 
one hundred dollars to the first person 
who successfully controverts its accuracy. 
K,AC1NG FORM; every morning ex- 
cept Monday; sporting; four to eigiit pages 
10^x14}^; subseriDtiou $17; established 1895; 
F. a. Brunell, editor and owner; Daily Rac- 
ing Form Publishing Co., publishers. Office. 
126 Fifth avenue (1—7). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement was ever obtained from 
this paper, but credit has been given for 
more than i.ooo since 1899 and including 
1907. 

RECORD -HERALD; every mormng; 
Indeoendent; daily fourteen to twenty- 
four," Sunday sixty eight to eighty eight 
pages 18x24; subscription— daily $4, Sunday 
$2 50; established— ftecorci 1881, Herald 1881, 
consolidated 1901; Frank B. Noyes, editor 
and publisher. Office. 154 Washington street 

Copies printed: daily 







154,120 in 1901 
158,424 in 1902 
154,218 in 1903 
145,761 in 1904 
146,456 in 1905 
141,743 in 1906 
151,564 in 1907 
Sunday, 171,816 in 1902 
191,317 in 1903 
199,400 in 1904 
204,559 in 1905 
211,611 in 1906 
216,464 in 1907 
iSTThe absolute correctness of the latest 
circulation rating accorded 
the Record-Herald is guaran- 
teed by the publishers of 
Rowell's American News- 
paper Directory, who will 
pay one hundred dollars to 
the first person who successfully contro- 
verts its accuracy. 

Publisher's announcement.— The Chicago 
Kkcord-Herald 1b the only morning news 
paper In Chicago which freely gives infor- 
mation about its circulation. The circula 
tlon statement for the preceding month Is 
printed on the editorial page in every 
issue, and since January 1, 1908, this state- 
ment gives the net sold circulation. 
REPUBLICAN ; every evening except 
Sundav; republican; eight pages 17x22; sub 
scriptibn $4; established 1S95; R. E, Har- 
meyer, editor and publisher. Office, S. W . 
corner of Fifth ave. and Washington street. 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies regu- 
larly in the years 1898 up to and in- 
cluding 1903, but has not since set up 
any claim for issuing so many. 

SKANDINAVETN; every morning, and 
SEMI- WEEKLY, Wednesdays and Fri- 
days; Norwegian Danish ; republican; 
daily eight, Sunday sixfeeu, semi weekly 
twelve pages 17x22; subscription— daily $3, 
Sundav $1, semi- weekly $2 ; established— 
daily 1871, semi-weekly 18(56; Nicolay Grev- 
stad, editor; John Anderson Publishing Co., 
publishers. Office, 187 N. Peoria street (2—3). 
Copies printed: In 1898 the daily had 
credit for an average issue of 17,526, 
the- Sunday for 17,278 and the semi- 
weekly for 44,468, since which time no 



detailed satisfactory statement has been 
obtained. In 1905 the daily had credit 
for exceeding 17,500, the Sunday for is- 
suing as many and the semi-weekly for 
more than 20,000 and in 1907 the daily 
and Sunday were credited with exceed- 
ing 12,500 and semi-weekly with more 
than 17,500. 

SOUTH CHICAGO DAILY CALU- 
MET; every evening except Sunday; re- 
publican; four pages 20x24; subscription $5; 
established 1881; J. W. Murphy, editor; Calu- 
met Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 914:5 
Houston ave.. South Chicago (5— 3). 

Copies printed: 2,530 average issue in 
1902, since which, in the absence of a 
report, it has had credit f9r exceeding 
2,250 in 1903 and 1,000 in 1906 and 
1907. 

SVORNOST; every morning, DUCH 
C A S U, weekly, and A M E R I K A N , 
seral-weekly, Wednesdays and Saturaays; 
Bohemian; independent; daily eight to six- 
teen pages 18x23, Sunday sixteen to twenty- 
four pages 18x24, semi weekly sixteen pages 
18x24; subscription — daily $5, Sunday $2, 
semi-weekly $2.50; established — daily and 
semi-weekly 1874, Sunday 1877; Aug. Gerin- 
ger, editor and publisher. Office, 150 W. 
Twelfth street (10—6). 

Copies printed: The daily had credit 
for an average issue of 5,800 in 1893 
and 16,514 in 1897 and 27,869 in 1905, 
since which it has not furnished a re- 
port, but was credited with more than 
20.000 in 1907. 

Tlic weekly edition had credit for an 
average issue of 18,665 in 1897, since 
which it has not furnished any definite 
and satisfactory report, but has been 
credited with more than 7,500 in 1903 
and every year since, up to and includ- 
ing 1907. 

The semi-weekly had credit for_ an 
average issue of 30.729 in 1897, since 
which it has not furnished any definite 
and satisfactory report, but has been 
credited with exceeding 4,000 in 1902, 
exceeding 2,250 in 1903 and exceeding 
1.000 in 1906 and 1907- 

TRIBUNE; every morning ; republican ; 
daily twelve to twenty four, Saturday six- 
teen, Sunday forty eight to seventy-two 
pages 18x24; subscription— daily $4, Sunaay 
$2.50; established 184U; Robert W.Patterson, 
editor; Tribune Company, publishers. Office, 
corner Madison and Dearborn streets (12—4). 

Copies printed: daily, i53»55o j" ^905 

162,204 in 1906 
162,976 in 1907 
Sunday, 233,287 in 1905 
249,462 in 1906 
320,514 in 1907 
To this paper Rowell's American 
\>w=paper Directory accords the so- 
colled Gold Marks "(©©). the meaning 
of which is stated to be that advertisers 
value it more for the class and quality 
of its circulation than for the mere 
number of copies printed. 

^The absolute corl-ect- 

ness of the latest circulation 

rating accorded the Tribune is 

guaranteed by the publishers 

.f Rowell's American News- 

^ -« paper Directory, who will pay 

one hundred dollars to the first person who 

successfully controverts its accuracy. 

ZGODA ; daily, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days; Polish; organ of Polish National Al- 
liance. U. S. N. A; eight pages l.x24; sub 







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ILLISOIS— Chicago. 



ILLINOIS— Chicago. 



scriptlon— dally — , weekly $1.60; established 
—daily January. 1908, weekly 1880; K. H. Jab- 
lonski, managing editor; Polish National Al- 
liance of North America, publishers. Oitice, 
102 W. Division street (2—8). 

Copies printed: weekly, 38,380 in 1903 

46,987 in 1905 
51.906 in 1906 
56,317 in 1907 
SEMI-WEEKLY. 

HLiA!SATEl>; semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays; Bohemian; independent; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1891 ; Denni Hlasatel P/intinjt & Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers. Oflfice, 657 W. 
Eighteenthstreet. cor. Ashland avenue (1—8). 

JEWISH FUOGKESiS; semivveekly, 
Tuesdays and Fridays; independent; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50: established 
1888; Julius Liebling, editor; J. Liebling (i£ 
Sons, publishers. Office, 429 S. Union street 
(2-5). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement was ever obtained from 
this paper, but it had credit for issuing 
more than 2,250 in 1904 and again in 
1907. 

KATOIilK ; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; Bohemian; roman catholic: eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1894; Rev. p. Valentin, editor; Bohemian 
Benedictine Order of Chicago, publishers. 
Office, 464 W. Eighteenth street (8—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,537 in 1900 
and 7.874 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 4,000 in 1905. 

WEEKLY, 

ADVANCE; Thursdays; congregational; 
twenty -eight to sixty-four pages 9x18: sub 
scription$2; established 1867; J.A.Adams, 
D.D., editor; Advance Publishing Company, 
publishers. Office, 324 Dearborn street (1—8"). 
Copies printed: 20,452 in 1900 
19,347 in 1901 
17,270 in 1903 
17,760 in 1904 

17.355 in 1905 
16,745 in 1906 
17,550 in 1907 
AGITATOR; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1: estab- 
lished September, 1905; E. P. Morgan & Co., 
editors and publishers. Office, 495 S. Hermit- 
age avenue (1—8). 

AMERICAN ARTISAN AND 
HARDWARE RECORD; Saturdays; 
hardware, heating and sheet metal work; 
eighty-eight pages 83^x12}^; subscription $2; 
established 1880 ; Daniel Stern, editor and 
publisher. Office, 69 Dearborn street (12—6). 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 7,249 in 1895 
and 7.316 in 1898, since which it has not 
furnished any report, but has been cred- 
ited with more than 4,000 every year 
since, up to and including 1907. 

AMERICAN CONTRACTOR; Satur 

days; building and construction; one hun- 
dred and four pages 9x12; subscription $5; 
first Issue each month $2; established 1885; 
American Contractor Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers; dated also at New York. 
Office, 40 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the years 1897, 
1906 and 1907 this paper seemed to 
assert that it had an average issue ex- 
ceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to fur- 
nish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to 
that eiifect. 



I AMERICAN FIELD; Saturdays; 
sportsmen; thirty-two pages 11x16; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1874; N. Rowe (Mohawk;, 
founder; American Field Publishing Co., 
publishers. Office, Masonic Temple (5—3). 

Copies printed: No information con- 
cerning the editions issued was ever ob- 
tained from this paper, but it had credit 
for an average issue of more than 7,500 
in 1891, of more than 2,250 in 1900, 
since which time, in the absence of any 
report, it has been credited with print- 
ing more than 2,250 copies every year 
since, including 1907. 

AMERICAN FLORIST; Saturdays; 
commercial horticulture; thirty-two pages 
9x12; subscription $1; established 1885; The 
American Florist Co., editors and publishers; 
dated also at New York, N. Y. Office, 324 
Dearborn street (12— 5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 6,375 in 1895, of 
exceeding 4,000 in 1903, since which 
time it has not furnished a report, but 
was credited with printing more than 
2.250 copies for the years 1906 and 
1907. 

A3IERICAN L,U3IBERMAN; Satur 
days; lumber; ninety-six pages 11x15; sub- 
scription $4; established 1873; J. E. Defe- 
baugh, editor; American Lumberman, pub- 
lishers. Office. 315 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 11,218 in 1900 
13,459 in 1903 
12,630 in 1906 
13,744 in 1907 
APPEAliS Saturdays; Afro- American; 
Independent; four to eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2.40; established 1885; Cyrus Field 
Adams, editor and publisher. Office, 325 Dear- 
born street (2— 3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 13,850 in 1894 
and 13,221 in 1902, since which it has 
not furnished any report, but was cred- 
ited with more than 7,500 in 1906 and 
1907. 

BANKER : Thursdays: financial: thirty- 
two pasrsllxl4: subscription $5: established 
1898; Harrv Wilkinson, editor and publisher. 
Office, 405 iVIonadnock Block (12—5). 

Copies printed: Distinctly separate 
reports from this paper covering the 
same period have not always agreed with 
each other, but it has been credited with 
exceeding 2,250 since 1901 and including 
1907. 

BEOBACHTER AND POST: Satur- 
days (A A). 

BILLBOARD; weekly. (See Cincin- 
nati, Ohio). 

Publisher's annouticement.— The Billboard 
(Old Billy Boy) Is the largest, best and most 
widely read theatrical and amusement 
paper in America. It stands first in the es- 
timation of actors, actresses, performers, 
musicians, theatrical managers and agents 
and professional entertainers of every 
kind and class. Covers thoroughly the 
whole world of dramatic, vaudeville, min- 
strel, musical, burlesque, circus, park, fair 
exposition and Chautauqua interests . Rate 
20c. per line. Publication office, Cincin- 
nati, O. Chicago office, 907 and 909 Schiller 
Bldg., 103-109 Randolph Street. Telephone, 
Central 5934. (See also New York and Cin- 
cinnati.) 

BLACK DIAMOND; Saturdays; coal 
trade and mining; fifty-two pages 10x14; 
subscription $3; established 1885; A. T. Mur- 
phy, editor; Black Diamond Co., publishers. 
Office, Old Colony building (1-8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,.iio_ in 1896 
and 6,802 in 1899, since which it has not 



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ILLINOIS— Chicago. 



ILLINOIS- Chicago. 



furnished any definite and satisfactory  
report, but has been credited with more 
than 4,000 every year since, up to and 
including 1907. 

B L A D E T; Tuesdays; Swedish; unde- 
nominational; eight pages 18x24; subscription 
•$1.50: established 1877; Jolin Martenson, edi- 
tor and publisher. Office, 205 Oak st . ( 1 — i). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 12,000 in 1895 
and 12,500 in 1903, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 7,500 in 1906 and 1907. 

BOYCE'S WEEKLIES; consisting of 
Saturday Blade and Chicago Ledger; Satur- 
days; Blade eight pages HJ^x'JSJ^, Ledger] 
sixteen pages 11x16; subscription— combined ' 
$2, Blade $1, Ledger $1; consolidated 1903; '■■ 
Currier-Boyce Co., publishers. Office, 63  
Washington street (5— 5). 

Copies printed: The combined circu- 
lation of these two papers is often said 
to be very large; but the Directory ed- 1 
itor has not in recent years been able to | 
secure definite and satisfactory reports, 
and on that account he seems to have 
failed since 1903 to accord them his 
highest rating ever given under such con- 
ditions. His estimate for 1903 was ex- 
ceeding 75,000 and for 1906 and 1907 
exceeding 40,000. 

BREEDERS' GAZETTE; Wednes 
days ; live stock and agricultural ; fortj' 
eight to sixty-eight pages llxU; subscription 
$2; established 1881; Alvin H.Sanders, editor; , 
The Sanders Publishing Co., publishers. Of- 
fice, 358 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 66,605 iri 1905 
70,000 in 1906 

74,755 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement.— The basis of 
Ajuerican prosperity Is A'^ricultore. The 
right arm of agriculture is live stock. The 
cattle, horses, sheep and swine of the 
United States are worth three million dol- 
lars. The representative newspaper of 
this basic industry Is the Breeder's Ga- 
zette, a 48 to 63 page weekly. Established 
in 1881. The growth of Its circulation has 
been steadily forward. No name is kept 
on Its subscription list after the period 
paid for In advance has expired. Its circu- 
lation is therefore made up live subscrip- 
tions. Advertising rate, 35c. a line. flat. 
Full information and detailed circulation 
statement sent on application. 

"The Gazette has been a tremendous 
and inestimable force in the nation's 
progress along the lines of judicious im- 
provement In ani nal husbandry, and does 
a work not even approached by any other 
medium."— F. D. Coburn, Secretary of Ag- 
riculture of Kansas. 

BROAD AX J Saturdays; democratic; 
Afro-American; tour pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1895; Julius F. Taylor, 
editor and publisher. Office, 5040 Armour 
street (1—8). 

CAL.U3IET RECORD; Fridays; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1898; Henry W. Lee, editor and publisher. 
Office, 18 WInnepek Block, South Chicago 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,200 in 1901 
and 5,500 in 1902, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 40,000 in 1904, 1906 and 1907. 

CANADIAN AMERICAN ; Saturdays; 
Independent; eight pages 18x22; subscription 
$1; established 1882; Jamieson & Sutherland, 
editors and publishers. Office, 353 Dearborn 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 



for an average issue of 12,060 in 1902 
and 13,676 in 1904, since which it has 
not furnished any report, but was cred- 
ited with more than 7,500 in 1906 and 
1907. 

CANNER AND DRIED FRUIT 
rACKER; Thursdays; canning; forty- 
four to flfty-two pages 83^x12; subscription 
$3; established 1895; James J. Mulligan 
editor. The Canner Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, 22 E. Randolph street (1—8). 
Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

CATHOLIC PILOT; Saturdays; 
roman catholic; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1873; M. J. Cahill. edi- 
tor and publisher. Office. 510 E. 63d street 

(12— TP). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any report, but has been cred- 
ited with issuing more than 1,000 every 
year since 1899, up to and including 
1907. 

CHAMPION OF FAIR PLAY; Sat 

urdays; anti-prohibition; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $2; established l'^73; Robert J. 
Halle, editor and publisher. Office, 109 Ran- 
dolph street (13 — 1). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 7,500 in 1894, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 4,000 in 1903 
and more than 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

CHRISTIAN CENTURY ; Thursdays; 
disciples of Christ; thirty-two pages SJ^xlli^; 
subscription $1.50; established 1884; H. L. 
Willett and Chas. A. Young, editors; The 
Christian Century Company, publishers. 
Office, 358 Dearborn street (12—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 6,480 in 1897, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 4,000 every 
year since 1901 and up to and including 
1907. 

CHRISTIAN WITNESS AND AD- 
VOCATE OF BIBLE HOLINESS; 
Thursdays; holiness; sixteen pages 103^x16; 
subscription $1 ; established 1ST2; The Chris- 
tian Witness Co., editors and publishers. 
Office. 151 Washington street ( 12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 9,067 in 1902, 
since_ which it _ has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 7,500 every 
year since, up to and including 1907. 
CITIZEN; Saturdays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription S2 ; established 1882 ; John F. 
Finerty, editor; The Chicago Citizen Co., 
publishers. Office. 69 Dearborn street (12—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 18,213 in 1900 
and 26,888 in 1902, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 20,000 in 1907. 

COMMERCIAL UNION; Thursdays; 
commercial; four pages 8x11; subscription 
$5; established 1880; Commercial Union, edi- 
tors and publishers (2 — 5). ^ 

C O N S E R VA TOR ; Saturdays; negro; 
four pages 18x24; subscription S2; established 
1878; Ida B. Wells Barnett, editor and pub- 
lisher. Office. 2811 State street. 

CONSTRUCTION NEWS; Saturdays; 
building; forty-eight pages 9x12; subscription 
$5; established 1395; The Construction News 



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Co., publishers. Office. Monadaock building, 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: The Directory editor 
records this paper as a "kicker" un- 
friendly to the objects of the Directory 
and unwilling to convey information, but 
credits it with issuing more than i,ooo 
since 1902 and including 1907. 

COURRIEli CANADIEiN; Fridays; 
French; republican; four to eight pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established 1855; 
Louis J. Bachaud Vertefeullle, editor and 
publisher. Office. New Era building (12—3). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with more 
than 4,000 every year since 1903, up to 
and including 1907. 

DAIRY PRODl!CE| Tuesdays; but 
ter trade; thirty six pages 9J^xl2; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1894; Chicago Produce 
Co., publishers. Office, 154 Lake street ( 1—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue oi 3,000 in 1901 
and 3,240 in 1902, since which it has 
not furnished any report, but has been 
credited with more than 2,250 every year 
since up to and including 1907- 

DER BEOBACHTER ; Saturdays: Ger 
man; republican; twelve pages 17x23, In- 
cluding four page supplement, Daa Volks- 
blatt; subscription $2; established 1877; A. 
Paessler. editor; H. Wilhemy, publisher. 
Office, 140 Cli'bourn avenue (10—3 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 8,156 in 1894 
and 12,043 iri 1896, since which it has 
not furnished any report, but was cred- 
ited with more than 7,500 in 1898 and 
over 4,000 every year since, up to and 
including 1907. 

DOMESTIC ENGINEERING; 
Saturdays; plumbing and heating; eighty 
pages 7^x11; subscription $1: established 
1889; John K. Allen, editor; Domestic En- 
gineering, publishers; dated also at Boston, 
Mass.; Philadelphia, Pa.; New York, N. Y. 
Office, 49 N. Jefferson street ( 1—8.) 

Copies printed: 9,319 in 1907 

DRAFT HORSE JOURNAIiAND 
BREEDERS' GUIDE; Saturdays (A A ). 

DRAMATIC TIMES; Saturdays ^AA >. 

DRY GOODS REPORTER; Satur 
days; dry goods; sixty-four pages 9x13; sub- 
scription $3; established 1870: C. W, Soof 
ford, editor; Dry Goods Reporter Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, 203 Fifth avenue. 

Copies printed : This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 8,004 in 1906, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 4,000 in 
1907. 

E A G li E ; Saturdays ; independent ; 
twelve pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1889; Henrv F. Donovan, editor and 
publisher. Office', 504 Teutonic building 
(5—5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 24,800 in 1892 
and 42,082 in 1899, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but has been credited with 
more than 17,500 every year since 1901, 
up to and including 1907. 

ECONOMIST; Saturdays; financial, 
commercial and real estate; forty pages 
10x18; subscription $5; established 1888; Econ- 
omist Publishing Co., editors and publishers. 
Office, 189 La Salle street (2—7). 
Copies printed: 2,825 in 1901 
3,248 in 1902 
3,368 in 1903 
3,391 in 1904 



ILLINOIS— Chicayu. 



In the absence of any definite and 

satisfactory report, it was credited with 

more than 2,250 in 1905, 1906 and 
1907. 

ELECTRIC RAILWAY REVIEW; 

Saturdaj's; railways; one hundred pages 
9x12 ; subscription $2; established (successor 
to Street Railivay Review) 1891 ; The Wilson 
Co., editors and publishers. Office, 160 Har- 
rison street (2 — 8). 

Copies printed: 5,126 in 1907 
ELITE; Saturdays (A A). 

ENGINEERING -CONTRACTING; 

Wednesdays; engineering and contracting; 
flftytwo pages 9x12; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1890; HalbertP. Gillette, editor; JVlyron 
C.Clark Publishing Co.. publishers. Office, 
355 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: Xo definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 4,000 in 1907. 

ENGLEWOOD TIMES; Fridays; in- 
dependent; eight pages 20x24 ; subscription 
$1: established 1888: Gerald E. Sullivan, ed- 
itor and publisher. Office. 519 West 63d street 
(1—8). Prints editions for Auburn Park and 
Qresham. 

EPWORTH IIEKALD; Saturdays; 
methodist episcopal; twenty four pages 7x11; 
subscription $1; established 1890; Stephen 
J. Herben, editor; Jennings & Graham, pub- 
lishers; dated also at New York. N.Y. Office, 
57 Washington street (2—8). 

Copies printed: 80,000 in 1894 
114,619 in 1900 
118,921 in 1903 

In the absence of any definite and 
satisfactory report, it was credited with 
exceeding 75,000 in 1906 and 1907, 
which is the highest rating accorded 
in the absence of a definite report. 

EVANGELISTEN; Wednesdays; Nor- 
wegian-Danish; undenominational; eight 
pages 13x17; subscription $1; established 1890; 
Rev. I. Andersen, editor; Evangelist en Pub- 
lishing Society, publishers. Office, 789 W. 
North avenue (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: 2,075 in 1902 
2,525 in 1903 
3,338 in 1904 
In the absence of any definite and 
satisfactory report, it was credited with 
exceeding 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

FARMERS' REVIEW; Wednesdays; 
agricultural; sixteen pages 10x16; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1877; Hannibal H. Chand- 
ler & Co., editors and publishers. Office. 
Ashland block. 

Copies printed: No information was 
ever obtained from this paper, but it had 
credit for exceeding 20,000 in 1892, ex- 
ceeding 17,500 in 1896, exceeding 7,500 
in 1900 and more than 4,000 in 1906 
and 1907. 

FA RM IMPLEMENT NEWS; 

Thursdays; farm Implements; forty pages 
11x16; subscription $2; established 1882 ; C. W. 
Marsh, editor; E. J. Baker, publisher. Office, 
Masonic Temple (12—4). 

Copies printed: 10,356 in 1898 
10,587 in 1900 
10,413 in 1902 
10,246 in 1904 
In the absence of any report, it was 
credited with exceeding 7,500 in 1906 
and 1907. 

FL.ORISTS' REVIEW; Thursdays; 
florist, seed and nursery trade ; seventy two 
to one hundred and eight pages 9x12; sub- 
ecrlptlon $1; established 1897; G. L. Grant, 



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editor; The Florists' Publishing Company, 
publishers. Office, Caxton bulWing(l— 8). 
Copies printed: 6,144 in 1898 
6,096 in 1901 
6,086 in 1902 
In the absence of any definite and 
satisfactory report, it was credited with 
exceeding 4,000 in 1906 and 1907, 

FOL.KE-VENNEN; Thursdays; 
Norwegian-Danish; undenonainational ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1879; Folke-Vennen Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers. Office, 332 Grand avenue 
(12-5). 

Copies printed: 4,966 in 1895 
4,797 in 1900 
4,300 in_ 1902 
since which it has not furnished any re- 
port, but was credited with more than 
2.250 in 1906 and 1907. 
FREE CITIZEN; Saturdays (A A). 
FREE METHODIST ; Tuesdays; free 
methodist; sixteen pages 11x16: subscrip 
tlon $1.50, established 1868; J. T. Logan, edi- 
tor; W. B. Rose, publisher. Office, 14 N. 
May street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 5,297 in 1897 
6,664 in 1901 
6,707 in 1902 
7,190 in 1904 
7,878 in 1907 
FUEL: Tuesdays; coal; thirty six pages 
9^x12: subscription $3; estal)lished 1901; R. 
A. Halley. editor. Fuel Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Office. 293 Dearborn street (7— 5 P). 
F Y L< G I A ; Fi-idays; Swedish; literary; 
sixteen pages lOJ^xlb^; suVjscription §1; es 
tabllshed 188«i; The Swedish Publishing Co., 
publishers. Office, T3 Wells street (3—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report since 1899, but has been credited 
with more than 7.500 since 1903, up 
to and including 1Q07. 

GAZETA KATOL.ICKA; Thursdays; 
Polish; roman catholic; four pages 21x28; 
subscription $2 ; established 1871 ; Wladislaw 
Smulski, editor; J. F. Smulski & Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, 565 Noble street. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies regu- 
ularly in the years 1900 and 1902, but 
has not since set up any claim for issuing 
so many. 

GAZETA POLSKAj Thursdays; 
Polish; independent; twelve pages 17x24; 
subscription $2; established 1873; W. Dvnle- 
wicz, editor and publisher. Office, 532 Noble 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 8,000 in 1898, - since 
which it has not furnished any definite 
and satisfactory report, but has been 
credited with more than 2,250 every year 
since 1900, up to and including 1907. 
GL.AS SVO BODE; Fridays; Slovenic; 
labor; eight pages 13x20 ; subscription $1.50; 
established October, 1902; Martin V. Konda, 
editor and publisher (6—5 P). 

Copies printed: Without any detailed 

satisfactory report this paper had credit 

for more than 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

GRAND CALUMET COURIER; 

Fridays (A A). 

HEMLANDET; Wednesdays; Swedish; 
republican; twelve pages 17x24; subscription 
t2 established 1854; John A. Enander, editor; 
Hemlandet Company, publishers. Office, 36 
N. Clark street (2—3). 

Copies printed: 24,753 in 1900 
31,007 in 1902 
since which it has not furnished any def- 
inite and satisfactory report, but has 



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been credited with more than 20,000 
every year since 1903, up to and inclu- 
ding 1907. 

HIDE AND LEATHER; Saturdays; 
shoes, leather and hides; forty-eight pages; 
11x15; subscription $4; established 1890; Ja- 
cobsen Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers. Office, 154 Lake street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 4,026 in 1907 

HOME HERALD; Wednesdays; unde- 
nominational; independent; twenty pages 
9x14; subscription $1.50; established 18P3, as 
Ram's Horn; Frederick L. Chapman, editor; 
Home Herald Publishing Co., Inc., nublish- 
ers; dated also at New York, N. Y.' Office, 
110 La Salle avenue (1-8). 

Copies printed: 44,416 in 1895 
111,696 in 1900 
137,039 in 1907 

HOME LIGHT; Saturdays (A A). 

HORSEMAN AND SPIRIT OF 
THE TIMES; 'luesdays ; twenty-four to 
forty eight pages 11x16; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1831 ; Chicago Horseman Newspaper 
Co., editors and publishers. Office, 357 Dear- 
born street; dated also at New York (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
7,500 in 1902 and 1903, and more than 
4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

HORSE REVIEW; Tuesdays; sport- 
ing; twenty-four pages 11x1 5; subscription $2; 
established 1889; John C. Bauer, editor and 
publisher. Office, 215 221 Madison street. 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
4,000 in 1902 and exceeding 2,250 in 
1906 and 1907. 

HOTEL WORLD; Saturdays; hotels; 
thirty-six to fifty two pages 6x10; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1875: John J. Bohn, editor; 
H. J. Bohn & Bro., publishers. Office, 324 Dear- 
born street (1—8). 

INDEX; Saturdays: Independent; eight 
pages 17}^»x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1894 ; Charles H. Galllan, editor and publisher. 
Office, 1095 Michigan avenue (1—8). 

INDICATOR; Tuesdays; music trade; 
forty-four pages 9x12}^; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1880; O. L. Fox, Geo. B. Armstrong: 
and R. E. Fox, editors; Indicator Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, 225 Dearborn street. 

Copies printed: For the year_ 1898 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite infor- 
mation as would warrant the accordance 
of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

INTERIOR; Thursdays; presbyterlan; 
thirty-six to seventy pages 9xli; subscription 
$2.50; established 1870; Interior Publishing 
Company, publishers. Office, 69 Dearborn st. 
Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with more 
than 4,000 every year since 1899, up to 
and including 1907. 

INTERSTATE CHRISTIAN HER- 
ALD; Saturdays (A A). 

ISRAELITE ; Saturdays: Jewish; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $250; established 
1885: T.Schanfarber, editor; Leo Wise &Co., 
publishers. Office, 324 Dearborn street (2—5). 

Copies printed: 15.618 in 1900 
15,594 in 1901 
17,485 in 1903 
18,405 in 1904 
In the absence of any report, it was 
credited with exceeding 12,500 in 1906 
and 1907. 



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JEFFERSONIAN} Saturdays; Inde- 

peudeut; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 

established 1893; Grace Grinnell Hunt, editor 

and publisher. Oftice, 2733 N. 45th avenue 

2-8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding i,ooo in 1907. 

JEWISH STANDARD; Saturdays 
(A A). 

JOURNAL. OF THE AMERICAN 
MEDICAL. ASSOCIATION; Satur 
days; medical; cue hundred and twenty 
eight to one hundred and forty pages 8x11; 
subscription's; established 1883; Geo.H. Sim 
mous, editor; American Medical Association, 
publishers. Office, 103 Dearborn ave. (1—7). 
Copies printed: 17,446 in 1900 
2,2,049 in 1 90 1 
25,321 in 1902 
28,6:5 in 1903 
32,423 in 1904 
38,006 in 1905 
46,479 in 1906 
52,217 in 1907 
KATALIKAS; Thursdays (A A). 
KA THOLISCHES SONNTAGS- 
BLATT; Sundays; German; roman cath- 
olic; eight pages 17x23; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1881; Rev. C. Kuhlmann, editor; 
Wni. Kuhlmann, publisher. Office, 211 Cleve- 
land avenue. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies regu- 
larly in the years 1897 and 1898, but has 
not since set up any claim for issuin-g so 
manv. 

KA THOLISCHES VVOCHEN- 
BliATT ; Wednesdays; German; roman 
catholic ; eight pages 15x22 ; subscription $2.50 ; 
established 1859; Franz Xavier Brandecker, 
editor and publisher. Office, 648 Sedgwick st. 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,700 in 1895 
and over 2,250 in 1898, since which it 
has not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but has been credited 
with more than 1,000 every year since 
1809, up to. and including 1907. 

KRESTANSKY POSEL; Thursdays; 
Bohemian; methodist: sixteen pages 10x14; 
subscriptions!; established 1891; Fr.Pelikan, 
editor and publisher. Office, 652 So. May st. 
Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly, but such definite information 
as would warrant such a rating has never 
been forthcoming. 

LAW REGISTER; Wednesdays ; 
legal; sixteen pages 9x12; subscription $2; 
established 1880; W. F. Woods, editor; The 
Law Publishing Co., publishers. Office. 94 
La Salle street." 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite infor- 
mation as would warrant the accordance 
of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

LEGAL. NEWS; Saturaays; legal; six- 
teen pages 11x15; subscription $2.20; estab- 
lished 1868; James B. Brad well and B. Brad- 
well Helmer, editors ; Chicago Legal News Co. , 
publishers; Office. 110 Clark street (2—4). 
Copies printed: 3,173 in 1902 
3,820 in 1903 
3,192 in 1904 
In the absence of any report, it had 
credit for exceeding 2,250 in 1906 and 
1907. 
Publisher's announcement.— The Chicago Le- 



ILLINOIS—Ch icago. 



gal News Company was Incorporated by a 
special charter approved by the Governor, 
Feb. 27, 1669. Section 5 of the charter Is as 
follows: 

" Section 5. Anv notice or advertisement, 
required by law or the order of any court, 
to be published in any newspaper, shall be 
as good and valid if published in the Chi- 
cago Legal News as in any newspaper, 
and the certiflcateof the president or sec- 
retary, under the seal of said company, of 
the publication of any notice or advertise- 
ment, shall be sufficient evidence of the 
publication thert-In set forth." 

The Chicago Legal News is the paper 
originally designated for publication of 
notices under the U. S. Bankrupt Law In 
Chicago. 

LIETUVA; Fridays; Lithuanian; sclen- 
tlflc; eight pages 18x24; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1892; — Szernas, editor; Anton 
Olszewski, publisher. Office, 3246 S. Halstead 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,344 in 1896 
and 4,639 in 1900, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with more 
than 2,250 every year since 1902, up to 
and including 1907. 

li'ITAlilA; Saturdays; Italian; repub- 
lican; eight pages 18x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1886; Oscar Durante, editor: Hector 
Durante, manager. Office, 101 E. Harrison 
street (2—8 ). 

Copies printed: 21,322 in 1897 
28,569 in 1904 
28,783 in 1905 
30,846 in 1906 
32,035 in 1907 
LITTLE CHRONICLE; Saturdays; 
education ; thirty two pages 63r(>x9i^; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1900; Little Chronicle 
Press, editors and publishers. Office, Pontiac 
building (1—S). 

Copies printed: 8,047 in 1901 and 
26,218 in 1906, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more 
than 20,000 in 1907. 

lilVE STOCK JOURNAL; weekly; 
live stock; sixteen pages 10x15; subscription 
$1; established 1868; T Butterworth, editor; 
T. A. Butterworth, publisher. Office, 394 E. 
55th street (1—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 15,000 in 1894 and of 
over 7,500 in 1898, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, \,^t has been credited with more 
than 4,000 every year since 1900, up to 
and including 1907. 

LIVE STOCK REPORT; Fridays; 
livestock; sixteen pages 10x14; subscription 
75 cents; established 1891; R. P. Fales, editor; 
John Clay, publisher. Office, Exchange 
building, Union Stock Yards (2—8). 

Copies printed: 15,329 in 1901 
23,530 in 1905 
36,048 in 1907 

MINING WO RLD ; Saturdays; mining; 
one hundred and twenty four pages 9x12; 
subscription $3; established 1894; Lyman A 
SIsley, editor; Mining World Co., publishers. 
Office. 1420 Monadnock block (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,061 in 1903 
and 7,452 in 1904. In the absence of 
any definite and satisfactory report, it 
was credited with exceeding 4,000 in 
1906 and 1907. 

M I S S I O N S - V A N N E N ; Tuesdays ; 
Swedish ; undenominational ; eight pages 
18x24; subscription $1.50; established 1874; 



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O. Hogfeldt, D Marceliiis a-i-l F. Bnving, erti- 
tors; Mission P'rieinN PiiblisliiiiK Co., pub- 
lishers. Office. 114 Oak streit (1—5). 
Copies printed: 16,569 in 1895 
16,690 in 1901 
17,211 in 1902 

17,528 in iyoj 

18,595 in 1904 
19,465 in 1965 
19,598 in 1906 
19,567 in 1907 
MODERN GIlOCEir; Saturdays; 
groceries; thirty-two pages9xl2; subscription 
.$2; established 1898; The Modern Grocei Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and jiublishers. Office, 
40 Dearborn street (1— 8K 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 9,772 in 1902 
and 9,992 in 1903, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with more 
than 7,500 in 1904 and more than 4,000 
in IQ06 and 1907. 

MONITOR; Fridays; negro; republican; 
eight pages lSx24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1898; E, O. Parnielee. editor; Gerald 
E. Sullivan, publisher. Office. 733 W. 79th 
street (12—3). 

Copies printed: No detailed _ satisfac- 
tory report ever came from this paper, 
but it had credit for more than 12,500 in 
1900, more than 7,500 in 1902 and more 
than 4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MOTOR AGE; Thursdays ; automo- 
biles; eighty to one hundred pages 8x11; sub- 
scription 62; established 1S97; The Class Jour- 
nal Company, publishers. Office, 1200 Michi- 
gan avenue (2—8). 

Copies printed: 4,007 in 1902 
15,000 in 1907 

MUSICAIi I.EAOER AND CON- 
CERT-GOER; Tlmrsdays ; nuisic and 
drama and literary: twenty-eight pages 12x 
16; subscription S2..50: estab'lshed December, 
1895; Florence French, editor; Charles F. 
French, publisher. Office. Cable bldg (2—8). 

Copies printed: .3,144 i" 1901 and 
15,750 in 1906, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more 
than 12,500 in 1907. 

Publisher's announcement.— !<>■ the musical 
authority of Central and Western States. 
Corers East and West with largest paid 
subscrlDtion. Unexcelled adr'g medium. 

MUSICAL. TIMES; Wednesdays; 
twenty-four pages lOxU; subscription $2; 
established 1881; C. B. Harger, editor and 
publisher. Offlce.203-20T Michigan boulevard. 

NAROD POIiSKI: Wednesdays (A A). 

NATIONAL CORPORATION RE- 
PORTER; Thursdays; commercial and 
legal; thirty-six pages 10x13; subscription 
$3; established 1890; Adolph Moses, editor; U. 
S. Corporation Bureau, publishers. Office, 606 
The Temple. 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory report was ever received from 
this paper, but it had credit for exceed- 
ing 4,000 in 1901 and more than 2,250 in 
1006 and 1907. 

NATIONAL PROHIBITIONIST; 
Thursdays; prohibition; sixteen pages 
9Mxl3M;' subscription $1: established No- 
vember, 1908; a consolidation of /Vet/; Voice, 
1878, and Defender, 1895: George G. Pendell, 
manager; the Home Defender Publishing 
Companv, publishers. Office, 87 Washington 
street (2—8 P). 

NEUES liEBEN; Saturdays; German; 
socialist; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
tl: established Nov. 29, 1902; Ernst Ebel. 
editor; The Illinois Volksblatt PubUsbliig 



Aesoclatlon, publishers. Office, lt)3 East 
Randolph street (1— o). 

Copies printed: 2,307 in 1903 

2,764 in 1904 

In the absence of any report, it was 

credited with exceeding 2,250 in 1906 
and 1907. 

NEW CHURCH MESSEN<iER ; 

Wednesdaj's; religious; sixteen pages6i^xl0; 
subscription $3; established 1843; John S. 
Saul, editor and publisher. Office, 501 Ma- 
sonic Temple (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1907. 

NEW WORLiD ; Saturdays; reman 
catholic; thirty-two pages 9xl2?|; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1892; Rev. Thomas Judge, 
editor; The Catholic Press Co., publishers. 
Office, New World building a—7^ 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory report was ever obtained from 
this paper, but it was credited with ex- 
ceeding 17,500 in 1892, exceeding 4,000 
in 1900, and the same rating was ac- 
corded in 1906 and 1907. 

NORTH SHORE NEWS; Saturdays; 
Independent; eight pages 13x20; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; established 1891; H. E. Roundi, 
editor and publisher (7—5). Office, 4823 N. 
Clark street (A A). 

NORTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN 
ADVOCATE; Wednesdays; methodlsi- 
episcopal; thirty-two pages 7x11; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1852; D. D. Thompson, 
editor; Jennings & Graham, publishers. Of- 
fice, 57 E. Washington street (2—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 29,869 in 1900, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 20,000 
every year since 190 1, up to and inclu- 
ding 1907. 

NYA WECKO POSTEN ; Tuesdars; 
Swedish; baptist; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1878 ; Rev. E. 
WIngren, editor and publisher. Office, 383 
Wells street (7-3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 10,679 in 1897 
and 11,720 in 1902, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but has been credited with 
more than 7,500 every year since, up to 
and including 1907. 

ONZE TOEKOMST; Fridays; Hol- 
land; republican; eight to ten pages 16x22; 
subscription $1; established 1896; L. Hol- 
steln. editor; A. Langeland, publisher. Of- 
fice. 774 Ashland avenue ( 12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies regu- 
larly in the years 1903 and 1904, but has 
not since set up any definite and sat- 
isfactory claim for issuing so many. 

OPINION; Saturdays ; Independent ; 
eight pages 17x24; subscription .$1; estab- 
lished 1888; V. E. Etsfeller and F.J. Quinu. 
editors; West Chicago Press Association, 
publishers ; prints regular editions for subur- 
ban villages. Office, 65-71 Plymouth place 

(I-')- 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
two occasions indicated a desire to have 
credit for issuing more than i.ooo copies 
regularly, but such definite information 
as would warrant such a rating has never 

been forthcoming. 

ORANGE JUDD FARMER (West- 
ern edition of American Agrtcultunst): Sat- 
urdays; agricnlturnl; twen<^y-four to thirty- 
two pages 9x12; subscription $1 ; established 



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ILLINOIS- Chicago. 



1894; Orange Judd Co. editors and publish- 
era. Office, Marquette building (1—8). 
Copies printed: 61,070 in 1900 
69,150 in 1901 
71,312 in 1902 
71,541 in 1903 
71,735 in 1904 
79,58$ in 1905 
93,008 in 1906 
94,086 in 1907 
ORDENSBLATT DER HARUGA- 
RIDES5»TAATESIL.l.INOIS;Thurs 
days; German; Order of Harugari; four 
pages \0]4xU ; established 1887 ; Llchtner 
Printing Co., editors and publishers. Office, 
180 Monroe street (7—5). 

PACKER; Saturdays. (See Kansas City, 
Missouri.) 

PAINT, <)I1^ AND DRUG RE- 
VIEW} Wednesdays; paints, oils and drugs; 
forty pages 8x12; subscription $2; established 
1882; D. Van Ness Person, editor and pub- 
lisher. Office, 84-86 La Salle street. 
' Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies regu- 
larly in the year 1896, but has not since 
set up any claim for issuing so many. 

PAPER TRADE} Saturdays; paper; 
twenty pages 9x13}^; subscription $3.50; es- 
tablished 1874 ; J. Fred. Waggoner, editor 
and publisher. Office, 155 Washington st. (1—8). 
PHENIX; Saturdays (A A). 
POL-ICE AND FIRE DISPATCH; 
Saturdays (A A). 
POL.ONIA} Thursdays (A A1. 
POSTEN} Wednesdays; Danish; eight 
pages 17x23; subscription $1.50; established 
1880; C. Rasmussen Publishing Co., publish 
ers. Offlce,27 N.Clark street. 

PRAIRIE FARMER} Thursdays, 
agricultural; sixteen to twenty pages 11x16; 
subscription $1; established 1841; C. P. Rey 
nolds, editor; Rand, McNally & Co., publish- 
ers. Office, 166 and 163 Adams street ( 1—7) . 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
made a definite and satisfactory report, 
but had credit for more than 20,000 in 
1891, more_ than 12,500 in 1896, more 
than 4,000 in 1900 and more than 7,500 
in 1906 and 1907. 

PRESTO; Thursdays; musical and music 
trade; thirty-six pages 10x14; subscription 
$2; established 1884; Frank D. Abbott and C. 
A. Daniell, editors: The Presto Publishing 
Co.. publishers. Office. 324 Dearborn sr. (2—4). 
Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
statement, but has had credit for more 
than 2,250 in 1900 and more than 1,000 
in 1906 and 1907. 

PRITEL. DITEK} Thursdays; Bohe- 
mian; roman catholic; twenty pages 8x11; 
subscription $1; established 1890; Rev. P. Val- 
entine, editor; Bohemian Benedictine Order, 
publishers. Office, 464 W. Eighteenth st. (8—3). 
Copies printed: 3,340 in 1900 
4,324 in 1904 
5,082 in 1905 
5,079 in 1906 
Since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 4,000 in 

PROGRESSIVE THINKER; Satur 
days; spiritualist; eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1; established 1890; J. R.Francis, 
editor and publisher. Office, 40 Loomis street. 
Does not insert advertisements. 

PUBLiIC; Saturdays; radical demo- 
cratic; twenty-four pages 9x12; subscription 
$1; established 1898; Louis F. Post, editor; 
Public Publishing Co.. publishers. Office, 
First National Bank building (1—6). 
Copies printed: 6,663 in 1901 
5,319 in 1903 
9,400 in 1906 



Since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 7,500 in 
1907. 

PYTHIAN LEADER; Tuesdays; 
Knights of Pythias; eight pages 10x16; sub- 
scription $1; established 1902: Jas. N. Brady, 
editor; Brady & Kloch. publishers. Office, 
707 Baltimore building (1—8). 

RAILWAY AGE; Fridays; railroads; 
one hundred pages 9x12; subscription $4; es 
tablished 1876; The Wilson Co., editors and 
publishers. Office, 160 Harrison street (2—8). 

Copies printed: 5,863 in 1905 
5,665 in 1906 
6,397 in 1907 

RAILWAY AND ENGINEER- 
ING REVIEW; Saturdays; railroads; 
sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1868; W. M. Camp, editor; Railway Re- 
view, Inc., publishers. Office, 1305 Manhat- 
tan building (2— 6 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 3,000 in 1901, since 
which it has not furnished any definite 
report, but has been credited with more 
than 2,250 every year since, up to and 
including 1907. 

RAVENSWOOD CITIZEN; Satur- 
days (A A). 

REAL ESTATE AND BUIIiDING 
JOURNAL; Saturdays; real estate, build- 
ing; twenty pages W4^iS\<i: subscription $5; 
established 1866; Real Estate and Building 
Journal Co.. editors and publishers. Office, 
leoWashington street (1—7). 

REFORM ADVOCATE; Saturdays; 
Jewish; thirty-two pages 10x13; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 189U: E. G. Hirsch, editor: 
Bloch & Newman, publishers. Office, 143 
Dearborn street (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: 16,476 in 1900 
17,871 in 1901 
18,341 in 1902 
18,677 in 1904 
19,115 in 1905 
10,288 in 1906 
19,407 in 1907 

REMINDER; Saturdays (A A). 

REV YEN; Saturdays; Danish; socialist; 
four pages 18x24: subscription $1; established 
1895; Christian Botker. editor and publisher. 
Office, 842 W. North avenue (1—7). 
Copies printed: 1,740 in 1900 
1,813 in 1903 
2,018 in 1906 

Since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 1,000 in 1907. 

ROZHLEDY; Saturdays; Bohemian; 
twenty pages 11x16; subscription $2.50; es- 
tablished September, 1906; F. J. Kutak. edi- 
tor; Rozhledy Publishing Co., publishers. 
Office, .'552 Blue Island avenue (1—7). 

SANDEBUDET} Wednesdays; Swed- 
ish; methodist episcopal; sixteen pages 10x15; 
subscription $1.50; established 1861; Alfred 
Anderson, manager; Swedish M. E. Book 
Concern, publishers. Office, 152 Oak street. 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
tactory report was ever obtained from 
this paper, but it has had credit for ex- 
ceeding 7,500 in 1900 and more than 
4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

SATURDAY EVENING HERALDi 

Saturdays; art, literary, clubs, society, music 
and drama; twenty-four pages 10^x13}^; 
subscription $2; established 1874; W. W. 
Loomis. manager: Saturday Publishing Com- 
pany (Inc.), publishers. Office. 609 Schiller 
building (2-8 P). 

Copies printed: This paper long had 
credit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly, but has not since 1897 set up 



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any definite and satisfactory claim for 
issuing so many. 

SATURDAY TIMES; Saturdays 
(AA) 

SCANDIA ; Fridays; Norwegian Danish; 
four pages 18x24; subscription 50 cents; estab 
lished 1889; Anton B. Lange, editor and pub 
Usher. Office, 122 W. Erie street. 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been obtained 
from this paper, but it has been credited 
with more than i,ooo since 1898 and in- 
cluding 1907. 

SCHOOI.. WEEKLY; Fridays (A A). 

SHOW WORLD; weelcly (A A). 

SOCIALIST; Saturdays; socialistic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription 25 cents; es- 
tablished 1899; A.W, Mance, editor; Socialist 
Party of Chicago, publishers. Office, 181 
Washington street (1—4) (A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 12,731 in 1903, 
since which it has not furnished any re- 
port, but was credited with more than 
7,500 in 1905 and 1906. 

SOCIETY TIMES; Saturdays; society; 
twenty-four pages 9^xl2}4\ subscription 
$2.50; established 1893; J. S. Mather, editor 
and publisher. Office. 1010 Schiller building. 
Copies printed: For the years 1903 
and 1906 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceeding 
1,000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

SOCIETY TIMES AND SOUTH 
SIDE SAYINGS; Fridays; society; 
twenty pages 9x12; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1895; J. S. Mather, editor: Society 
Times Co., publishers. Office. 283 East 55th 
street (1—5) (A A). 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite infor- 
mation as would warrant the accordance 
oi a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

SOUTH END TELEGRAM; Satur 
days (A A). 

SPRAVEDLN08T; Saturdays; Bohe- 
mian; social democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $2; established 1900; Bohemian 
Socialist Publishing Association of Chicago, 
publishers. Office, 721 Allport street (12—5). 
Copies printed: This paper never fur- 
nished any definite and satisfactory state- 
ment, but had credit for exceeding 2,250 
in 1903 and more than 1,000 in 1906 
and 1907. 

STANDARD; Thursdays; baptist; 
twenty to thirty- four pages 93^x14; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1858; J. S. Dickerson, 
editor; Goodman & Dickerson Co., publishers. 
Office, 69 Dearborn street. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 12,500 in 1895 and over 
7,500 in 1897, since which it has not fur- 
nished any report, but has been credited 
with more than 4,000 every year since, 
up to and including 1907. 

STANDARD OPINION ; Saturdays; 
Independent: sixteen pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1896; James C. Denvir, 
editor and publisher. Office, 84 La Salle 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 20,000 in 1907. 

SUN; Sundays; independent; eight pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established 1869, as 



ILLINOIS— Chicago . 



Daily Sun ; Drovers' Journal Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers. Office, Union Stock 
Yards (.2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 12,606 in 1898, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 7,500 every 
vear since, up to and including 1906. 

'SVENSRA AMERIKANAREN ; 

Tuesdays; Swedish; twelve pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1876; Jakob Bong- 
gren. editor; Swedish American PrintlngCo. 
publishers. Office. 35 S. Clark street. 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has had credit for exceeding 
17,500 in 1898 and more than 7,500 since 
1900, up to and including 1907. 

SVENSRA RURIREN; Tuesdays; 
Swedish; republican; twelve pages 18x84; 
subscription $2.25; established 1884; Alex. J. 
Johnson, editor and publisher. Office. 37 N. 
Clark street (8—3). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
statement, but had credit for exceeding 
7,500 in 1900 and more than 4,000 in 
iqo6 and 1907. 

SVENSRA TRIBUNEN-NYHE- 

TER (The Swedish Tribune-News); Tues- 
days; Swedish; independent; sixteen to 
twenty pages 13x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1869 ; Charles F. Erickson, president; 
The Swedish Publishing Co. (Inc.), publish- 
ers. Office, 7.3 Wells street (2—8). 
Copi es printed: 56,527 in 1907 
^^The absolute correctness of the lat- 
est circulation rating accord* 
ed the Svenska Tribunen. 
Nyheter is guaranteed by the 
publishers of Rowell's Amer. 
loan Newspaper Directory, 
who will pay one hundred 
dollars to the first person who successfully 
controverts its accuracy. 

TELEGRAF ; Fridays; Polish; demo- 
cratic; six pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1896; C. F. Pettkoske, editor and 
publisher. Office, 801 S. Ashland ave. (5—3). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
statement, but has had credit for ex- 
ceeding 2,250 since 1901, including the 
year 1907. 

TELEGRAM; Saturdays; eight pages 
18x34; subscription $1; established 1887; J. 
I. Phillips, editor and publisher. Office, 
1104 75th street (1—7). 

Copies printed: For the years 1902 
and 1906 this paper seemed to assert 
that it had an average issue exceedini? 
1. 000 copies, but failed to furnish such 
definite information as would warrant 
the accordance of a rating to that 
effect. 

TRAFFIC BULLETIN; Saturdays 
(AA). 

TRIBUNA ITA LIANA TRANSAT- 
LANTICA ; Saturdays; Italian; Independ- 
ent; four pages 13x20; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1898; A. Mastro Valerlo, editor and 
publisher. Office. 343 S. Halstead st. ( 1—8 ). 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished a definite and satisfactory 
statement, but was credited with exceed- 
ing 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

UNION LEADER; Saturdays (A A). 

UNITY; Thursdays; undenominational; 
sixteen pages 10x13; subscription $2: estab- 
lished 1878; Jenkln Lloyd Jones and Edith 



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Lackersteen. editors; Unity Publishing Co., 
piiblisliers. Office, Abraham Lincoln Centre 
(2-8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 8,077 iri. 1891 
and over 2,250 in 1903, since which it 
has not furnished any definite and 
satisfactory report, but has been credit- 
ed with more than 1,000 every year 
since, up to and including 1907- 

VERDENS GANG; Fridays; Nor- 
wegian-Danish ; independent; eight pages 
18x*J4 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 1878; 
N. Grevstad, editor; Verdens Gang Publishing 
Co., publishers. Office. 183 N. Peoria street. 

Copies printed: This paper has never 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
statement, but had credit for exceeding 
2,2S0 in 1906 and 1907. 

WESTERN BOWLERS' JOURN- 
AL; Saturdays; bowling; twelve pages 
10x14 ; subscription $2 ; established 1898 ; 
John G. Hemnier, editor and publisher. Of- 
fice, 170 E. Madison street (7—3 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,600 in_ 190: 
and over 4,000 in 1904, since which It 
has not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 2,250 in the years 1906 and 
1907. 

WESTERN BRITISH A3IERI- 
C AN ; Saturdays; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1837; British American 
Co., editors and publishers. Office. Pontiac 
binding (1—5). 

Copies printed: 19.033 in 1902 and 
19,937 in 1904. In the absence of a re- 
port, it was credited with exceeding 12,- 
soo in 1906 and 1907. 
' WESTERN ELECTRICIAN; Satur 
davs; electrical; thirty eight pages 11x15; 
subscription $8; establKshed 1887; W. A.Kreid- 
ler, editor and publisher. Office. Marquette 
building. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,100 m 1897 
and over 4,000 in 1898, since which it 
has not furnished any report, but has 
been credited with more than 2,250 every 
year since, up to and including 1907- 

WESTERN F1RE:>IAN AND JOUR- 
NAL OF PUBLK; WORKS; Wedne 
days; sixteen pages 9x12; subscription $ 
established 1880; T. E. Smith, Jr., editor 
and Dubllsher. Office, 500 Masonic Templo. 

WESTERN TRADE JOURNAL; 
Tuesdays; commercial; sixteen pages 11x16; 
subscription $5; established 1872: Fremont 
Arford, editor and publLsher. Office, 134 E. 



ILLINOIS— Chicago. 



Van Buren street (1—8). 
iiieut belo^v. 

Copies printed: 



See advertise- 



21,645 in 1900 

24,230 in 1901 

24,581 in 1902 

21,800 in 1903 

22,311 in 1904 

20,528 in 1905 

21,798 in 1906 

22,387 in 1907 

WESTERN UNDERWRITER; 

Thursdays; Insurance: twenty-four pages 
11x13^; subscription $2.50; established 1897; 
CM. Cartwright, editor; The Western Un- 
derwriter Co., publishers; dated also at Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Office. 145 La Salle st. (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,600 in 1900, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 2,250 every 
year since up to and including 1907. 

WOCH EN BLATT; Thursdays (A A). 

WOOD LA WN T I 31 E S; Saturdays 

ZENSKE LISTY; Thursdays; Bohe- 
mian; women; twenty four pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $2; established 1894; Milly R. 
Hlina, editor; Rosa A. Kabat publisher. 
Office, 1297 S. Central Park avenue (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 3,000 in 1896, since 
which it has not furnished a definite and 
satisfactory report, but was credited with 
fore than 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

BI-WEEKLY. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS' RE- 
VIEW; bi-weekly, Friday; dry goods, boots 
and shoes, window dressing; twelve pages 
15x22;sub8crlption50cent8; established June, 
1904; Guy Blanchard. editor; General Mer- 
chants' Review Co.. publishers. Office, 315 
Dearborn street (5—5 P). 

SEMI-MONTHLY. 

APPAREL GAZETTE; semi- 
monthly; meii'swear; one hundred and flfty- 
six pages 10x13; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1889; L. E. Fairchlld, editor: Falrchlld 
Co.. publishers. Office, Lee's building (1—8). 
Copies printed: 3,000 in 1897 
4,507 in 1905 
4,509 in 1907 

Baper Rowell's American 
irectory accords the so- 
Marks (O0), the meaning 
of which is stated to be that advertis- 
ers value it more for the class and 
quality of its circulation than for the 
riiere number of copies printed. 
BIT AND SPUR; semi-monthly; 



To this 
Newspaper 
called Gold 



WESTERN TRADE JOURNAL 



£<>tubli»«lied IStS. 



Oldest Paper of Iti* Class in the West. 



Reaching a larerer number <if new readers each week than any 
other publication of its character. 

DcTOted to the Industrial, InveutiTe, Financial, Commercial, 

Mining, Investing, Oil and Material Interests 

of the United States. 

Weekly Circulation Averaged Past Year, 22,387 Copies 

Advertising and Special heading Notices nt Lowest Rates. 
For terms and particulars address 

F. ARFORD, Manager, 134 East Van Buren St.. Chicago, III. 



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ILLINOIS— Chicago. 



horses; forty-eight pages 9x12; subscription 
$2; established March, 1905; Miss Minnie 
Mclntyre, editor; Bit and Spur Publishing 
Co., publishers. Office, 356 Dearborn st. Cl— 8;. 
Copies printed: 5,416 in 1907 
CHRISTIAN SOCIAL.IST; semi 
monthly; Christiau socialist; eight pages 
11x15; subscription 50 cents; established De- 
cember, 1903. E. E. Carr, editor: Co operative 
Printing Company, publishers. Office, 5406 
Drexel avenue (9—7). 

CLiAY RECORD; semi-monthly; 
clay industry; sixty pages 9x12; subscrip 
tion $1; established 1892; Geo. H. Hart- 
well, editor; Clay Record Publishing Co., 
publishers. Office, 303 Dearborn street (1—8). 
Copies printed: 4,000 in 1901 
4,900 in 1902 
4,933 in 1903 
5,017 in 1904 
5,012 in 1905 
5,200 in 1906 
5,200 in 1907 
CONTRACTOR; semi-monthly; earth- 
moving, contracting and engineering; seven- 
ty-two pages 9x12; subscrlptioii $1; estab- 
lished 189 ) ; K. H. Baumgarter, editor and pub 
Usher. Office, 842 Monailnock block (1— 8;. 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been obtained 
from this paper, but it was credited with 
more than 1,000 copied in 1906 and 
1907. 

DIAL; semimonthly; literary; thirty- 
two pages 8x11; subscriptiou $2; established 
1880; Francis F. Browne, editor; The Dial Co., 
publishers. Office, 315 Wabash avenue. 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it has been credited 
with exceeding 1,000 since 1899 and in- 
cluding 1906. 

ENGINEER; semi-monthly; engineer- 
ing, steara and electrical power plant; one 
hundred and thirty pages 91^2x12^; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1885; A. L. Rice, editor; 
Taylor Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 
355 Dearborn street ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: 22,250 in 1907 
EPWORTH KI.OCKAN; semi 
monthly (A A). 

FARMER'S VOICE; semimonthly. 
(See Evanston.) 

FURNITURE JOURNAL; semi 
monthly ; furniture ; seventy-six to two 
hundred pages 9x12; subscription S''^: estab 
lished 1890; Trade Periodical Co., publishers. 
Office, 355 Dearborn street (1—7). 

Copies printed: 4,000 every issue in 
1904, and in the absence of any defin- 
ite and satisfactory report was credited 
with exceeding 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 
GARDENING; semi-monthly; tlorlcult- 
ure and horticulture; sixteen i)ages 9x12; 
subscription $2; established lb:92; TheGardeu- 
Ing Co., editors and publishers. Office, 
Monon building (1 — 6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 5,000 in 1894 and ex- 
ceeding 2,250 in 1900, since which it 
has not furnished any report, but has 
been credited with more than 1,000 every 
year since, up to and including 1907. 
' GRAIN DEALERS JOURNAL; 
semimonthly; grain trade; sixty-eight pages 
9x12; subscription $1.50; established 1898; 
Charles S. Clark, editor; The Grain Dealers 
Co., publishers. Office, 255 La Salle st. (1—8). 
Copies printed: 3,612 in 1900 
3,937 in 1901 
4,416 in 1902 
4,854 in 1903 
4,927 in 1904 



5,053 in 1905 
5,082 in 1906 
5,201 in 1907 
To this paper Rowell's American 
Newspaper Directory accords the so- 
called Gold Marks (©O), the meaning 
of which is stated to be that advertisers 
value it more for the class and quality 
of its circulation than for the mere 
number of copies printed. 

HARDWOOD RECORD: semi 
monthly; hardwood lumber; fifty-two pages 
9x12; subscriptiou $2; established 1895; 
Henry H. Gibson, editor and publisher. 
Office, 355 Dearborn street ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for ex- 
ceeding 4,000 in 1907. 

H A U S U N D LAND; semi-monthly 
(A A). 
HORSE NEWS; semi monthly (A A). 
H O S P O D A R S K E LIST Y ; §eml 
monthly; Bohemian; agricultin-al; twenty 
pages 103^x16; subscripticui §1; established 
1898; Rev. P. Valentine, O.S.B., editor; Bo- 
hemian Benedictine Order, publishers. Office. 
464 W. Eighteenth street. 

Copies printed: 4,052 in 1900 
4,404 in 1901 
3,795 in 1904 
3,790 in 1905 
3,822 in 1906 
Since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 2,250 in 

1907. 

INDUSTRIAL AGE; semimonthly; 
Industrial; thirty-six pages 9x12; established 
June, 1903; Clayton C. Pickett, editor and 
publisher. Office, 185 Dearborn street (1—5). 

Copies printed: The publisher admits 
that he does not keep such a record as 
would make it possible to prepare a def- 
inite and satisfactory statement, but it 
had credit for exceeding 12,500 in 1903, 
more than 4,000 in 1904 and more than 
2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

INSURANCE POST; semimonthly; 
Insurance; twenty-four pages 9x12; subscrip 
tion t1\ established 1892; T. R. Weddell and 
W. R. McBurney, editors; Insurance Post 
Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 169 E. 
Jackson boulevard (12—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,245 in 1904, 
since which it has not furnished any re- 
port, but was credited with more than 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

JOURNAL OF MAN; semimonthly 

LU.^IBER WORLD: .semimonthly; 
lumber; thirtv two pages lOi^xK^i^i; subscrip- 
tion $1: established June. 1905; Lucius E. 
Fuller, editor; Lumber World Publishing 
Co., publishers. Office. 21 Qnincy st. (1—7). 

MEN'S WEAR ;seminionthly; clothing, 
furnishing goods, hats, caps and shoes; one 
hundred and forty pages 9HxV2U\ subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1896 ; Fairchlld Com- 
panv. editors and publishers : dated also at 
Nev\? York. Office. Lee's building ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: 5.000 in 1898 
5,008 in 1905 
5,002 in 1907 

MIDA'S CRITERION; semi monthly; 
wholesale liquor tra'ie; one hundred and 
thirty-two pages 10x131^^; subscription $6; es- 
tablished 1885, William Mida, editor; The 
Criterion Publishing Company, publishers. 
Office, 302 Dearborn street (2—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,731 in 1902, 



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since which it has not furnished any 
delinite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than i,ooo every 
year since, up to and including 1907. 

NATIONAL L.AUNDRY JOUR- 
NAL*; Beml-niouthly; lauuUry; eighty four 
to one hundred ana twenty pages luj^xl4; 
subscription $1; established 1878; C. Dowst, 
editor; Dowst tiros. Co., publishers. Office, 
9 S. Ann street (1—8) 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,968 in 1903 
and 6,000 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 4,000 in 1907. 

SHOE TRADE JOURNAL; semi 
monthly; boots and shoes; sixty-eight pages 
6i^x9Ji^; subscription $1; establlsueil lb9o; 
Jacoosen Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. Office, 154 Lake street (12 — 5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 2,329 in 1897 and 3,100 
in 1899, since which it has not furnished 
a definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 2,250 in 
1904 and more than 4,000 in 1906 and 
1907. 

MONTHLY. 

ACETYLENE JOURNAL; monthly; 
ol-gan of the International Acetylene Asso- 
ciation; forty to forty-eight pages 8x11; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1899; Elias 
A. Long, editor; Acetylene Journal Publish- 



ILUNOIS— Chicago. 



Office. 324 Dear- 



any 

has 

in 



19(K); 
. Of- 

and 
not 



furnished any 

report, but was 

12,500 in 1905 



Ing Company, publishers, 
born street (12—4). 

Copies printed: 3,081 in 1903 

4,333 in 1904 

3,933 in 1906 

Since which it has not furnished 
definite and satisfactory report, but 

been credited with more than 2,250 
1907. 

ADVERTISING; monthly; advertis- 
ing; forty eight 10 sixty-four pages 6x9; 
subscription $1; established October, 
Arthur E. Swett, editor and publlslier 
ttoe, Royal Insurance building (12 — fi). 

Copies printed: 3,363 in 1901 
3,810 in 1906, since which it has 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
2.250 in 1907. 

AGRICULTURAL ADVERTIS- 
ING; monthly; sixty four to ninety -six 
pages 6x83^; subscription 50 cents; established 
1894; Elmer E. Critchfleld and Marco Morrow, 
editors; The Long Crltchtield Corporation, 
publishers. Office, Powers building (1 — 1). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 6,133 in 1899 
and 7,528 in 1902, since which it has not 
furnished any flefinite and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with more 
than 4,000 in 1903 and exceeding 2,250 
in 1907. 

ALLIED PRINTING TRADES 
JOURNAL; monthly; labor, printing; 
thirty-six pages 7x10; subscription 75 cents; 
established November, 1902; L. P. Straube, 
editor; Allied Printing Trades Council, pub- 
lishers. Office. 260 S. Clark street. 

AMERICAN ADVISER; monthly; 
financial and investments; tAventy eight 
pages 11x13; subscription $1; established 
1894; American Adviser Co., publishers. Of- 
fice, 167 South Canal street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 10,000 in 1906 
10,000 in 1907 

AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL; 

monthly; beeculture; thirty-two pages 8x12; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1861; 
George W. York, editor; George W. York & 



Co., publishers. Office, 118 W. Jackson boule- 
vard (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 7,757 in 1899 
and 6,450 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished a report, but was credit- 
ed with more than 4,000 in 1906 and 
1907. 

AMERICAN BREWERS' RE- 
VIEW; monthly; English and German; 
forty pages 9x12; subscription $5; established 
1887; Dr. R. Wahl and Dr. M. Henius, editors; 
American Brewers' Review Co., publishers; 
dated also at New York, N. Y. Office. 294 
S. Water street. 

AMERICAN BUILDING ASSOCI- 
ATION NEWS; monthly; building and 
loan associations; thirty-six pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1880; The American 
Building Asset iatlon News Co., editors and 
publishers. Office, 233 S. Canal street a— 8)- 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 42,000 in 1899, 
since which it has not 
definite and satisfactory 
credited wnth more than 
and 1907. 

AMERICAN BUSINESS MAN; 

monthly; ninety-two pages 7x10; subscrlp- 
tion$2; established September, 1907; William 
H. Wilson and Robert John, editors; Ameri- 
can Business Man Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers. Office, 279 Dearborn street (10—7 P). 

AMERICAN CO-OPERATIVE 
JOURNAL; monthly (A A). 

AMERICAN CARPENTER AND 
BUILDER; monthly; carpentry, build- 
ing; eighty-four pages 9x12; subscription $2; 
established April, 1905. William A. Radford, 
editor; American Carpenter & Builder Co., 
publishers. Office, 185 Jackson boulevard 
(1-8). 

Copies printed: 29,535 in 1906 
25,385 in 1907 

AMERICAN DENTAL JOURNAL; 

monthly; dentistry; one hundred and forty 
pages 6x9; subscription $1; established July, 
1902; J. B Dicus, editor; Frink & Young, 
publishers. Office, Masonic Temple (1—4). 

AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RE- 
VIEW; monthly (A A) 

AMERICAN EL,EVATOR AND 
GRAIN TRADE; monthly; sixty-four 
pagei 11x15; subscription $1; established 1882: 
Harley B. Mitchell, editor; Mitchell Brothers 
Co. (incorporated), publishers. Office, 184 
Dearborn street. 

AMERICAN JEWELER; monthly; 
Jewelry trade; forty-eight pages 10x14; sub- 
scription $1; established 1882 HazUtt & 



Walker, publishers, 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 



Office, 373 Dearborn 



5,000 in 1897 
5,000 in 1905 
5,000 in 1906 
S,ooo in 1907 

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLIN- 
ICAL MEDICINE; monthly; medical 
and turglcal; two hundred and fifty pages 
7x10; subscription $1; established (as Alka- 
loidal Clinic) 1893; W. F. Waugh. W- C.Ab- 
bott and Q. H.Candler, editors; Cllnio Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Address, Ravens- 
wood, Chicago (7—3 P). 

Copies printed : 

36,250 in 1905 
37,916 in 1906 
39,166 for year end- 
ing October 1907. 

Publisher's aymouncement.— Genuine, practi- 
cal, everyday helpfulness to thedcctor has 
been the keynote of Clinical Medicine's 
success. It Is this great popularity, and the 
fact that Its readers stand by and endorse 



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it, that has made the journal so profitable. 
Advertising has to conform to a "Flatform" 
which has been established to keep the 
advertising pages clean and reliable. Clini- 
cal Medicine is a most profitable adver- 
tising medium for automobile and carri- 
age manufacturers ; for insurance com- 
panies; for food products of all kinds, 
sanitariums, schools, colleges, reaorts, rail- 
roads, mineral waters, sanitary wearing ap- 
parel, sanitary articles, hygienic methods, 
appliances, and books of everv description ; 
also for heating apparatus, reliable invest- 
ment companies, saving institutions, house- 
hold articles, useful novelties, time and 
labor-saving devices ; and, in fact, for every 
useful article of a reputable nature. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL. OF EU- 
OENICSJ; monthly; race culture; sixty- 
four pages 7.X10; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished Julv,li»07; Moses Harman, editor and 
publishiT.* OlHce,5()u Fulton street (10— 7j. 

A »IERI<JAN JOURNAL OF PRO- 
GRESSIVE THERAPEUTICS; 
monthly; medical; thirty-six pages 7x10; 
subscription $1; established 1908— consolida- 
tion of American X-Ray Journal and Arch- 
ives of Electrology and Radiology ; H. Pres- 
ton Pratt, M.D., editor; American Progres- 
sive Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 92 
State street (7— 6P). 

AMERICAN MARINEENGINEER; 
monthly ; National Marine Engineers' Bene- 
ficial Association; fiity-two pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $1; established March, 1906; Na- 
tional Marine Engineers' Beneficial Associa- 
tion editors and publishers. Office, 315 
Dearborn street (5—6 P) (A A». 

AMERICAN MILiLiER j monthly; 
milling; eighty to one hundred pages 11x16; 
subscription J2; established 1873; H. B. Mitch- 
ell, editor; Mitchell Brothers Co., publishers 
Office, 184 Dearborn street. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than i,ooo copies regu- 
larly in the years 1898 and 1902, but has 
not since set up any claim for issuing so 
many. 

AMERICAN POULTRY JOUR- 
NAL; monthly; poultry; forty-eight to 
one hundred and sixty-four pages i;xl2; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1874; Geo. G. 
Bates, editor ; American Poultry Journal Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Office. 113 S. Clinton 
street tl— 8). 

Copies printed: 40,458 in 1904 
40,916 in 1905 
53>333 in 1906 
60,583 m 1907 
AMERICAN SHEEP -BREEDER 
AND WOOL - GROWER ; monthly; 
live stock; sixty-eight pages 9x12; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1881; L. D. Burch, editor; 
The .\merlcan Sheep Breeder Co. .publishers. 
-Office, 112 Michigan street (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for ex- 
ceeding 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

AMERICAN SUGAR INDUSTRY 
AND BEET SUGAR GAZETTE; 
monthly ; sugar industry ; sixty pages 
9x12; subscription $); established 1899; The 
Beet Sugar Gazette Co.. editors and pub- 
lishers. Office. 145 La Salle street ( 1— 8) . 

Copies printed: 3,350 in 1902 and 
2,020 in 1906, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
1,000 in 1907. 

Publisher's anno^inceme7it.—l{ the purchas- 
ing power of the field covered by a trade 
journul Is more Important than the num- 
ber of copies It prints, then the American 
Sugar Industry and Beet Sugar Gazette 
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Is of the utmost value to advertisers; for It 
is read by the men who buy machinery and 
supplies for the sugar factories, as well as 
by those who recommend such purchases 
all over the globe. This journal is read 
closely because It contains practical infor- 
mation about field and factory operations 
in every Issue, and because It presents, in 
an exhausive manner, the sugar news of 
the world. 

AMERICAN SWINEHERD; 
monthly; agriculture and live stock; fitty- 
two to ninety six pages 8>4Xll^; subscription 
50 cents; established 1881; Jas. Baynesft Son, 
editors and publishers. Office, 323 Dearborn 
street (3-6 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 42,125 in 1900 
and 48,958 in 1904, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 40,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

AMERICAN TEAM OWNER; 
monthly (A A). 

ARGUS; monthly; Insurance; forty 
pages 10x12; subscription $3; established 
1871; T. W. Dealy, editor; Rollins Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Office, 169 Jackson 
street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 1,100 for the year 1895, 
but has not since made definite and sat- 
isfactory claim to issuing so many as 
1,000 copies. 

ARKANSAW TRAVELER; 
monthly; humorous; sixteen pages 9x12; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established I88I); Arkan- 
saw Traveler Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. Office, 242 S. Water street (12—5), 
Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for ex- 
ceeding 2,250 in 1 90 1 and more than 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907, 

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL; 

monthly except February and August ; BClen- 
tlflc; ninety-four pages7xl0; subscription $i; 
established 1895; George E. Hale and Edwin 
B. Frost, editors; The University of Chicago 
Press, publishers. Office, University of Chi- 
cago. 

BAKERS' HELPER; monthly; bak- 
ing; one hundred pages 9x12; subscription $1; 
established 1887; H. K. Cllssold, editor; 
Bakers' Helper Co., publishers. Office, 315 
Dearborn street (1—8). 
Copies printed: 3,346 
3.542 
3,892 
4,100 
4,100 
4,017 
4,000 
paper Rowell's American 
Directory accords the so- 
Marks (®®), the meaning 
stated to be that advertisers 
value it more for the class and quality 
of its circulation than for the mere num- 
ber of copies printed. 
BARREL AND BOX; monthly (AA). 
BIBLICAL WORLD ; monthly; un- 
denominational; ninety to one hundred 
pages 61^x91^; subscription $2; established 
1882; William R.Harper, editor; The Univer- 
sity of Chicago Press, publishers. Office, 
University of Chicago (7—3 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 7,604 in 1901, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 7,500 in 
1902 and exceeding 4,000 in 1906. 



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1896 


in 


1900 


in 


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in 


1904 


in 
in 


1905 
1906 


in 


1907 



To this 
Newspaper 
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BIj AC KSiUITHSJ' JOUllNAL.; 

monthlj'; blacksmlthiiiK; fifty -i wo pages 
6x9; subscription $1; established 1901; J. W. 
Kline, editor; Bronson & Canode, publishers. 
Office. 570-585 Monun building ( 1—7). 

BI.UE BOOK MAGAZINE; fiction; 
two hundred pages TxlU; subscription $1.50; 
established May, 19u5; Storv -Press Corpora- 
tion, editors and publishers. Office. North 
Anjerican building c2 — S). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
issuing more than 75,000 in 1907. 
Publisher's announceiitent. — The publishers 
state the conibined circulation of the Hkd 
Book and Blue Book Magazines as exceed- 
ing 575,000 copie.«, with every assurance 
that during the year 1908 the combined 
average will exceed 65(1,000. 
BONDiS AND MORTGAGES! 
monthly ; financial ; fifty-six pages 10x13 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1894 ; F. H. Er- 
tel, manager; Bonds and Mortgage Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, U^ Monadnock block (2— 8) 
Copies printed: 1,525 in 1897 
2,200 in 1900 
2,016 in 1902 
2,083 in 1903 
2,262 in 1905 
2,333 in 1906 
2,465 in 1907 

BOTANICAL. GAZETTE; monthly 
scientific; onehundredand thirty pages 7x10; 
subscription $4; established 1877; John M. 
Coulter and C. R. Barnes, editors; The Uni 
versity of Chicago Press, publishers. Office, 
University of Chicago. 

BRANN'S ICONOCLAST; monthly; 
literary; sixteen pages 9x12; subscriplion 
$1; established 1890; C. A. Windle, edi- 
tor; Iconoclast Publishing Co., publishers. 
Office, 157 Washington street (12— (i). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 49,750 in 1898 
and 12,333 in 1903, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but has been credited with 
more than 7,500 in 1906 and 1907. 

BREWER AND MALTSTER; 
monthly; English and German; brewing; 
one hundred and fifty-six pages 9x13; sub- 
scription $5; established 1883; Eugene A. Sit- 
tig & Son, editors and publishers; dated also 
at New York, N. Y. Office, cor. Lake and 
Clark streets (2-3). 

Copies printed: This paper has credit 
for an average issue of 5,500 in 1895, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 1,000 in 1907. 

BRICK; monthly; brick industry; 
ninety-four pages 9xlli^; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1889; Kenfield Publishing Co., edi 
tors and publishers. Office, 45 Plymouth 
Court (12-4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,416 in 1901, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 1,000 in 1907. 

BUILDING MANAGEMENT; 

monthly; building; fifty two to sixty eight 
pages 9x12; subscription $2; established 
.Tanuary, 1906; C. A. Patterson, editor; Por- 
ter, Taylor & Co., publishers. Office, 358 
Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,750 in 1907 

BULLETIN OF ECliECTlC 
SHORTHAND; monthly (A A) 

BUSINESS AID; monthly (A A). 

BUTCHER AND GROCERY 
CLERKS' JOURNAL; monthly (A A). 

CALLAHAN'S MAGAZINE; month 

ly (AA). 



CEMENT AND ENGINEERING 

NEWS; moutlily; .sixteen pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $2; establislied 1S96; Wm. Seaetrt, 
editor and publisher. Office, 22 Fifth avenue 
(6-6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,933 in 1897, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 1,000 every 
year since 1899, up to and including 
1907. 

CEMENT ERA; monthly; cement and 
concrete; seventy-tvvo pages 9x12; sub^crlp- 
tiou (1: established January, lyOo; E. H. 
Baumgartiier, editor and publisher. Office, 
812 Monadnock Bh^ck (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 7,456 in 1905, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 4,000 in 1906 
and 1907. 

CEMENT W^ORLD; monthly; build- 
ing; sixty eight pages 9x12; subscription $1; 
established April. 1907; William A. Kadford,^ 
editor; Cement World Company, publishers. 
Office, 2J1 Fifth avenue (9— 7P). 

CHEF, STEWARD AND HOUSE- 
KEEPER ; monthly; catering and service; 
forty eight pages 7xlu; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1890; W. H. Piiillips, editor; The 
Epicurean Printing and Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers. Office, 171 Washington st. 
(12-4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,267^ in 1900 
and 4,351 in 1904, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

CHExMICAL ENGINEER; monthly 
(AA). 

CHILD-GARDEN; monthly; kinder- 
garten; forty eight pages 8x10; subscription 
$1; established 1901; Eieanora K. Marble, 
editor; A. W. Mumford, publisher. Office, 378 
Wabash avenue (7—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 15.000 in 1895, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 4,000 every 
year since 190 1, up to and including 
1906. 

CHIIiDREN'S CHARITIES; month- 
Iv; charities, juvenile; thirty-two pages 
6kx9%; subscription $1: established Janu- 
ary, 1893; Hastings H. Hart, LL.D., editor; 
Children's Charities, publishers. Office, 636 
Unity building (2— 8P). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 20,000 in 1907. 

CHRISTIAN CYNOSURE; monthly; 
undenominational; thirty six pages7xl0; sub- 
scription $1; established 1868; W. I. Phillips, 
editor; National Christian Association, pub- 
lishers. Office, 221 W. Madison street (12—4). 

Copies printed: 3.541 in 1901 
4,791 in 1903 
4,583 in 1904 
4,333 Jn 1906 
Since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 2,250 in 1907. 
CItiAR MAKERS' OFFICIAL 
JOURNAL; monthly; labor; sixteen 
patces 9x12: subscripti«m $1; established 
1864 ; G. W. Perkins, editor ; The Cigar Makers' 



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International Union of America, publishers. 
Office, Monon building (1—8). 

Copies printed: 31,963 in 1902 
36,389 in 1904 
36,776 in 1907 

CIRCULATION i>I A N A G E R ; 

monthly; advertising; sixteen to thirty-two 
pages 7x10; subscription $1; established 
June, 1902; Circulation Journal Pub. Co., 
publishers. Office, 470 Monon building (1— S). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,233 in 1903, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 1,000 in 1907. 

C. R. AND L. OF A. JOURNAL,: 

monthly ( A A). 
CLASSICAL. JOURNAL; monthly 

(A A). 

CLIMAX; monthl3'; matrimonial ; eight 
pages 15x22; subsci-iptiou$l; established 1887; 
Albert Wallace, editor; Phillips P. & M. Co., 
publishers. Office, 444 Division st. (7—3 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 31,468 in 1894 
and 25,15s in 1895, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but has been credited with 
more than 7,500 every year since 1902, 
up to and including 1907. 

C L IN I C A N D PURE WATER 

J O URN A L ; monthly ; medical;eighty-four 
pages 6x9; subscription $1 ; established 1887; 
Marcus P. Hatfield, M.D., and George Thomas 
Palmer, M.D., editors; George Thos. Palmer, 
publishei-. Office, 40 Dearborn street. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,925 in 1902, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 1,000 in 
1905 and 1906. 

CLINIQUEi monthly. (See Lansing, 
Michigan.) 

C03I1»ERCIAIi STAMP TRADE 
JOLRNAL; monthly; seals, stamps, sten 
cils and engravings; twenty-four pages 9x12; 
subscription $1; established 1892 ; H. C. Scot- 
ford, editor; The Commercial Stamp Trade 
Journal Co., publishers. Office, 1S4 La Salle 
street (1—5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average is#ue of 1,064 in 1899 
and 1,173 in 1900, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but has been credited with more 
than 1,000 every year since, up to and 
including 1907. 

COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH- 
ERS' JOURNAL; monthly; labor; 
one hundred pages 6i^x9>^ : sub.scriptlon $1; 
established January, 190.3;' Will C. Long, edi 
tor; The Commercial Telegraphers' Union of 
America, publishers. Office, 9S0 Monon build 
lng(l-8). 

Copies printed: 5,025 in 1903 
10,000 in 1905 
10,000 in 1906 
15,000 in 1907 



Publisher's announcement.— Every one of the 
30,000 commercial telegraphers of the 
country, as well as a large majority of the 
railroad men read the Commercial Tele- 
graphers' Journal— theofflcial publication 
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regularly, and the only waj to reach thla 
army of wage earners is through our 
columns. 



COMMON SENSE; monthly; thirty-two 
pages 7}^xlOi^; subscription $1; established 
1897; O. S. Duff, editor; Common Sense Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Office. 90 Wabash 
avenue (1—8). 

CONFECTIONER AND BAKER; 
monthly; twenty-four pages 7x12}^; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1877; Thonrpson Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers. Office, 
85 Washington street (2 — 4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 2,000 ii\ 1899 and 2,700 
in 1 90 1, since which it has not furnished 
any definite and satisfactory report, but 
has been credited with more than 2,250 
every year since, up to and including 
1907. 

CONGREGATIONAL NEWS; 
monthly (A A). 

DEACONESS ADVOCATE; monthly; 
methodist episcopal; sixteen pages 9x12; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1885; J. S. 
Meyer, publisher. Office, 5T Washington 
street (2—3). 

Copies printed: 21,625 in 1898 
23,250 in 1899 
23,458 in 1900 
34,500 in 1906 

Since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 20,000 in 
1907. 

DEALER'S BUILDING MATE- 
RIAL RECORD; monthly (A A). 

DENTAL DIGEST; monthly; dentist 
ry; one hundred and ninety two pages 6x9; 
subscriptions!; established 1895; J.P.Buck- 
ley, Ph.G.,D.D.S., editor; J. N. Crouse, pub- 
lisher. Office, 2231 Prairie avenue (2—8). 

Copies printed: S,i66 in 1899 
6,538 in 1901 
7,000 in 1903 
8,000 in 1905 
8,000 in 1906 

8.000 in 1907 
DENTAL REVIEW; monthly; den- 
tistry ; one hundred and twenty eight to on© 
hundred and seventy-two pages 6x9; sub- 
scription $1; established 1887; C. N. Johnson, 
editor; H.D. Justi & Son, publishers. Office. 
55 State street (1 — S). 

Copies printed: 1,266 in 1896 
2,741 in 1902 
3,443 in 1904 
3,703 in 1905 

4.001 in 1906 
4,018 in 1907 

DIGNAM'S MAGAZINE; monthly 
(A A). 

DRESS MAKING-A T-HOME; 
monthly; fashions; household; thirty two 
pages 10^x141^; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished May, 1904; Dressmaking at Home Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers. Office, 
306 Masonic Temple (5—7 P). 

EARTH: monthly; immigration; six- 
teen pages 101^x14; subscription 25 cents; 
established 1908. Office, 1118 Railway Ex- 
change (1—8). 

Copies printed: 34,917 in 1907 

ECHO; monthly; music; thirty-two 
pages 7x10; subscription $1; established 1885; 
J. F. Kinsey, editor; The Echo Music Co,, 
publishers. Office, 358 Dearborn si reet (7—3) . 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for ex- 
ceeding 12,500 in 1900 and more than 



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7,500 in 1901, and every year since, up 
to and including 1907. 

ELECTRICAIi MINING; monthly; 
mining; twenty pages 6x9; subscription 
5U cents; established 1904; E. C. Dewolfe, 
editor; Electrical Mining Publishing Co., 
publishers. Office. .S55 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 8,746 in 1906 
8,554 in 1907 

E L. E M E N T A 11 Y SCHOOL 
TEACHER; monthly, except August and 
September; educational; one hundred and 
eight pages 7x10; subscription $1.50; estab- 
llsiied 1900; Ella F. Young, editor; University 
of Chicago Press, publishers. Office, Unlver 
sity of Chicago, 57th street and Lexington 
avenue (7—3 P). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ^ver been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for ex- 
ceeding 4,000 in 1903 and more than 
1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

ELLiINGWOOD'S THERAPEUT- 
IST; monthly (A A). 
EMBALWEKS' MONTHLY; em 

balming; sixty four to eighty pages 7J^xlO; 
subscription $1; established 1887; J.Newton 
Nind, editor; Trade Periodical Co., publish- 
ers. Office, 353 Dearborn street (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,833 in 1904, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 4,000 in 1906 
and 1907. 

ENGRAVER AND ELECTRO- 
TYPER AND AMERICAN LITHO- 
GRAPHER; monthly; engraving, electro- 
typing and lithographing ; twenty pages 
6x9; subscription $2; established 1897; Wm. 
Hughes & Co., editors and publishers. 
Office, 6854 Wentworth avenue (1—7). 

EQUITY FARM JOURNAL; month 
ly; sixteen pages 11x15; subscription $1; es- 
tablished December, 1907; Charles W.Bowne, 
editor; Equity Publishing C 1., publishers. 
Office, Metropolitan building (2 — ^^ P). 

EVANGELICAL EPISCOPALIAN; 
monthly; reformed episcopal; forty-eight 
pages 6x9; subscription $1; established 1889; 
Evangelical Episcopalian, editors and pub 
Ushers. Office. 6623 Perrj' avenue. 

EXTENSION 3IAGAZINE; monthly 
(▲A). 

FACTORY; monthly; manufacturing; 
fifty two pages 9i^xl2; subscription S3; es 
tablished November, 1907; A. W. Shaw, edi- 
tor; The System Co.. publishers. Office, 151 
Wabash avenue (11— 7 P). 

FANCY FOWLS; monthly; poultry 
raising; thirty-six to forty pages 9x12: sub- 
scription 25 cents; established 1897; Fancy 
Fowls Company, publishers (12—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,025 in 1902 
and 4,417 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 4,000 in 1907. 

FARM AND REAL ESTATE 
WORLD; monthly: agriculture and real 
f state; eight pages 13x20; subscription 75 
cents; established November. 1906; Farm and 
Real Estate World Co., editors and publish- 
ers. Office. 400 Cleveland avenue (1—8). 

FARM LIFE; monthly; thirty-two 
pages 11x14; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished May, 1903; Farm Life Publishing Co.. 
editors and publishers. Office, 1322 Wabash 
avenue (1—8). 

Copies printed: 115,651 in 1904 
152,792 in 1905 
160,293 in 1907 

FARM LOANS AND CITY BONDS; 

monthly; real estate; sixty to one hundred 
pages 9x12; subscription $1; established Jan- 



uary, 1900; T. P. Keator. editor; Farm Loans 
and City Bonds Co.. publishers. Office, isa 
La Salle street ( 12—5). 

Copies printed: 2,316 in 1901 
4,370 in 1902 
8,508 in 1905 
10,850 in 1906 
Since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 7,500 in 
1907. 

FINANCIAL RE VIE W; monthly; 
flnaucial; thirty two to forty eight pages 
9x12; subscription $2; established 1888; J. W. 
White, editor; The Credit Co., publishers. 
Office, Pontiac building. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 5,500 in 1895, since 
which it has not furnished any definite 
and satisfactory report, but has been 
credited with more than 1,000 every year 
since 1901, up to and including 1907. 

FIREPROOF; monthly; fireproof 
building construction; fifty pages 5^x8; 
subscription $1; established July, 1902; Wm. 
Clendenln, editor; Fireproof Publishing Co.^ 
publishers. Office, New York Life building. 
Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite infor- 
mation as would warrant the accordance 
of a rating to that effect. It has not 
since made any renewal of the claim. 

FORESTER GAZETTE; monthly 
(A A). 

GEGENWAKT: monthly (A A). 

GLASS AND POTTEK\ WORLD^ 
monthly; pottery and glassware. Illustrated ; 
fifty-two to sixty pages 10x14; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1892: Porter, Taylor* Co.,. 
puV)lishers. Office, :15S Dearborn street U— 8)- 
Copies printed: 5,096 in 1905 
2,541 in 1906 
2,583 in 1907 

GLOCKE: monthly tA A). 

GOLFERS' MAGAZINE; monthly; 
golf, sporting; flftytwo pages 7x10; subscrip- 
tion $2; established May. 1902; C. W. Higgins, 
editor and publisher. Office, 1353 Monad - 
nock building (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 25,000 in 1903 
and 30,000 in 1904, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 20,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

GOSPODARZ: monthly (A A). 

GREGG WRITER; monthly; short- 
hand, typewriting; forty-four pages 6x9; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1898; John 
Robert Gregg, editor; Gregg Publishing Co. 
publishers. Office, 57 Washington st. (5—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 11,666 in 1903, 
i3;75o in 1904 and 17,916 in 1906, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 12,500 in 1907. 

HEARST'S AMERICAN HOxME 
MAGAZINE: monthly (A A). 

HOME DEFENDER; monthly; mail 
order; sixteen pages 11x16; subscription 10 
cents; established January, 1900; Edward 
E. Rlake, fdltor; Home Defender Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, 87 Washington street (2—7) 
(A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,400 in 1901 
and 43,500 in I904, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 20,000 in 1905 and 1906. 



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HOMEFO-LKS ; monthly; household; 
thirty two pages 9x14; subscription 20 cents; 
established 1894; Currier Publishing Com- 
pany, editors and publishers. Office, 48 W. 
Monroe street ( 1—8). 

Copies printed: 116,833 in 1902 
519,250 in 1907 

HOME LIFE; monthly; household; 
sixteen to twenty-four pages 10x14; subscrip 
tion 25 cents; established 1892; F. O. Balch, 
editor; Home Life Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers. Office, 52 Wabash avenue (1— 6P). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for ex- 
ceeding 1,000 in 1901 and more than 
4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

HOTEL. MONTHLY; hotels; aeventy- 
t wo pages 6x9; subscription $1; established 
1892; John Willy, editor and publisher. Office, 
325 Dearborn street (2—8). 

Copies printed: 3,083 in 1896 
3,750 in 1901 
4,583 in 1904 
4,500 in 1905 
4,500 in 1906 
4,583 in 1907 
Publisher's announcement.— One tliousand 
men who subscribe for the Hotel Monthly 
purcliase, in the aggregite, over one mil- 
lion dollars' worth of goods every week. 
Other subscribers influence, continuously, 
the purchase of goods, shrewd advertisers 
will see the point. 

HOUSE BEAUTIFUL; monthly; 
household ; fifty-six pages 10x13; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1896; Herbert S Stone, 
editor and publisher. Office, 209 State street 
(1-6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 15,916 in 1901 
and 20,000 in 1903, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 20,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

HOUSEHOLD GUEST; monthly; 
literature; thirty-two pages 9x14; subscrip- 
tion 20 cents; established 1891; Currier Pub- 
lishing Company, editors and publishers. 
Office, 48 W. Monroe street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 250,000 in 1896 
273,160 in 1897 
418,916 in 1906 
442,500 in 1907 

HOUSEHOLD REALM; monthly; 
household; twenty pages 11x15; subscription 
50 cents; established 1886; Alice Webster, 
editor; Household Realm Publishing Co., 
publishers. Office. 92 State street ( 1—8) . 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 40,000 in 1907. 

HOW TO LIVE; monthly; health and 
literature; eighty to one hundrf-d pages 
7x10; subscription $1; establisi ed I'.KK); Geo. 
F. Butler, M.D., editor; Gen. F. Rntlfr Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Office, 1410 E. Ravens- 
wood Park (1—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 7,773 in 1903, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with fore than 4,000 in 1906 
and 1907. 

HUMAN CULTURE; monthly; phren- 
ology; twenty pages 9x12; subscription $1; 
established 1902; Emily H. Vaught, editor; 
V. G. Lundqulst, publisher. Office, 130 Dear- 
born street (3-5 P). 

HUMANE JOURNAL; monthly; 
humanitarian; sixteen pages 9x12; subscrlp- 



ILLINOIS— Ch icago. 



tlon $1 ; established 1872; T. Arford, editor 
and publisher. Office, 134 Van Buren st. (1—8). 

Copies printed: 8,500 in 1905 

12,917 in 1905 

8,016 in 1907 

ICE AND REFRIGERA TION » 

monthly; cold storage; one hundred and 
twenty-eight pages 9x14; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1891; J. F.Nickerson, editor; Nicker- 
sou & Collins Co., publishers; dated also at 
New York, N.Y. Office. 315 Dearborn st.t 1— 8). 
Copies printed: For the year 190 1 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect 

ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW; month- 
ly, except July, August and September; 
law; eighty-four pages 6^x10; subscription 
$0; estallished May, 1906; Roscoe Pound, 
editor; Northwestern University Law Pub- 
lishing A8.sociatioii, publishers. Office, North- 
western University building (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,200 in 1907 

ILLINOIS ODD-FELLOW; month 
ly; sixteen pages 9x12; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1894; Illinois Odd-Fellow Publish- 
ing Co,, editors and publishers. Office, 334 
Dearborn street (12—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,791 in 1899 
and 2,500 in 1903, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but has been credited with 
more than 2,250 every year since, up to 
and including 1907. 

INGER90LL ME3IORIAL BEA- 
CON; monthly; agnostic; twenty-four 
pages 8x10; subscription $1; (-stablished 1904; 
William H. Maple, editor; Ingersoll Beacon 
Company, of Chicago, publishers. Office, 78 
La Salle street (1— S). 

INLAND ARCHITECT AND 
NEWS RECORD; monthly; architect- 
ural, construction, decoration and furnish- 
ing; sixty eight pages 10x14; subscription, 
regular edition, §10; established 1883; Porter, 
Taylor & Co., editors and publishers. OfRce, 
Pontlac building (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for issuing more than 1,000 copies reg- 
ularly in 1903, but has not since set up- 
any claim for issuing so many. 

INLAND PRINTER; monthly; typo- 
graphical; one hundred and sixty-four pages 
9x12; subscription $3; established 18S3; A. 
H. McQuilkin, editor; The Inland Printer 
Co.. publishers. Office. 130 Sherman st (12—5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 15,837 in 1900 
and 15,866 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished a report, but was credit- 
ed with more than 12,500 in 1907. 

To this paper Rowell's American 
Newspaper Directory accords the so- 
called Gold Marks (®®), the meaning 
of which is stated to be that advertisers 
value it more for the class and quality 
of its circulation than for the mere 
number of copies printed. 

INTERNATIONAL AUCTION- 
EER: monthly; sixteen page? 12x17; sub- 
scription $1; established 1898; M. Cumir.gs, 
editor and publisher. Office, Monon build- 
ing (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,500 in 1902 
1,500 in 1905 
1,500 in 1907 

INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST 
REVIEW^ ; monthly : socialistic ; sixty-eight 
pages 6x9; subscription $1; established 19C0; 



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ILLINOIS— Chicago. 



A. M. Simons, editor; Cliarles H. Kerr & Co., 
publishers. Office. 264 Kiiizie stx-eet (12—6). 

Copies nrinted: 7,415 in 1901 
5,742 in 1903 
4,333 in 1906 

Since which it has not furnished any- 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 2,250 in 1907. 

INTERNATIONAL. WOOD- 
WORKER; mouthly; fraternal; forty to 
fifty four pages 7x10; subscription 50 cents; 
established 1890; John G. Meiler, editor; 
Amalgamated Wood-Workers' International 
Union of America, publishers. Office, Bush 
Temple (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 6,737 in 1899 
and 28,666 in 1904, since which it has 
rot furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but* was credited with more 
than 4,000 in 1907. 

IRRIGATION AGE; monthly ; 
drainage and irrigation; thirty-six pages 
9x12; subscription $1; established 1885; D. H. 
Anderson Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. Office. 112 Dearborn street (1— S). 

Copies printed: 30,166 in 1904 
33,227 in 1907 

JEWELRY WORKER: monthly 
(▲A). 

JOURNAL OF POLITICAL, ECON- 
OMY; monthly, ten numbers; one hundred 
and sixty to one hundred and ninety pages 
7x10; subscription $3; established 1892; Thor- 
stein B. Veblen, editor; University of Chi- 
cago Press, publishers. Office, University of 
Chicago (3—6). 

JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING; 
monthly ; advertising ; one hundred and 
thirty-four pages 7x10; subscription $1; es 
tablished 1901; Milton Buclcliu, editor; Lord 
& Thomas Publishing House, publishers. 
Office, Trude building (1—7). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceedine 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

LADIES' MAGAZINE; monthly 
(▲A). 

LEGAL ADVISER ; monthly ; general 
Information; thirty-two pages 11x13; sub- 
scription $1; established 1861; The Legal Ad- 
viser Publishing Co., editors and publishers. 
Office. 94 La Salle street (I— S). 

LIBERAL REVIEW; monthly (A A). 

MAIL ORDER JOURNAL; month 
ly; mall order and advertising; sixty-four 
pages 5x8; subscription $1; established 1897; 
Louis Guenther, editor and publisher. Office, 
Schiller buildl ug ( 1—6 ) . 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,333 in 1898 
and 12,321 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 7,500 in 1906 and 1907. 

MASONIC VOICE- RE VIE W; 

monthly; masonic: sixty-four pages 7x10; 
subscription $1.50; established 1845; M. B. 
Reber, manager. Office, Masonic Temple 
(2-5). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 20,958 in 1900 
and 28,474 in 1904, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 20,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MAXWELL'S TALISMAN; month 
ly; Irrigation and homemaking: thirty-two 
pages 9?|xl2M; subscription $1; established 
December, 1901: George H. Maxwell, editor 
and publisher. Office, 1409 Fisher bldg (1—7). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 



from this paper, but it had credit for ex- 
ceeding 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MEDICAL RECORDER; monthly; 
medical; one hundred and twenty-two pages 
6x9; subscription $2; established 1890; Dr. 
Archibald Church, editor; Medical Recorder 
Publishing Company, publishers. Office, 
Pullman building (12—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,683 in 1900 and 
11,067 in 1904, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

MEDICAL vSTANDARD; mouthly; 
medical; sixty-eight pages 8x11 ; subscription 
$1.25; established 1881; T. G. Atkinson, M.D., 
editor; G. P. Engelhard & Co., publishers. 
Office. 357 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 9,283 in 1901 
9,542 in 1902 
9,775 in 1905 
9,965 in 1906 
9,825 in 1907 

MEDICAL TIMES; monthly; medi- 
cal; eighty pages 7%xl0i^; subscription $1.50; 
established 1869; J. S. Harovltz, M.D., editor 
and publisher. Office, 412 Fulton street (3—8). 
Copies printed: 2,000 in 1906 
5,400 in 1907 

Publisher's announcement. — The National 
Eclectic Monthly. A journal of Liberal 
Medicine devoted to the interests of the 
great American School of Medical Practice, 
known as Eclectlsm. Recognized among 
members of the profession as the leading 
organ of eclectic medicine in the country. 
Its history and growth is Intimately con- 
nected with that of the eclectic wing of the 
medical profession in America, which It 
represents, and to which it owes its incep- 
tion as well as Its success. One of the old- 
est and unquestionably the most repre- 
sentative, as well as the most mfluentlal, 
medical periodical maintained by tht> ec 
lectio physicians of ;he English speaking 
world. 

MERCHANTS' RECORD AND 
SHOW WINDOW; monthly; window 
dressing ; eighty j>at;es 9x12 ; subscriptou 
$2; established 1897; G. H. Lamberton, man- 
ager; The Merchants' Record Co., publishers. 
Office, 315 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 6,041 in 1900 
7,066 in 1903 
7,141 in 1905 
8,200 in 1906 
8,958 in 1907 
MILLINER ; monthly ; millinery, gowns 
and cloaks; forty pages 10xl2J^i; subscription 
$2; established 1898 ; Grosvenor K. Glenn, 
editor: The Milliner Co., publishers. Office, 
230 Fifth avenue (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 6,308 in 1899, 
and 7,072 in 1906, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 4,000 in 1907. 

MINING REVIEW AND METAL- 
LURGIST; monthly; mining minerals 
and Irrigation; twenty-four pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $1; established 1862; E. A. Taft, 
editor and publisher. Office. 356 Dearborn 
street ( 12—5). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in 1902, and every year 
since, up to and including 1907- 

MISSION STUDIES; monthly; con- 
gregational; thirty-six pages 7x10; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1883; Miss Sarah 
Pollock, editor; Woman's Board of Missions 



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of the Interior, publishers. Offlce, 40 Dear- 
bom street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 9,000 in 1893, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 2,250 every 
year since 1899, up to and including 
1907. 

MIXED STOCKS; monthly; mercan- 
tile; thirty-six pages 9x12; subscription $1; 
established 1888; Mixed Stocks Publishing 
Co.. publishers. Office. 147 Fifth ave. (1— S). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in 1895 and more than 
1,000 in 1898, and every year since, up 
to and including 1907. 

mODERN MACHINERY: monthly; 
mechanical; eighty to one hundred pages 
9x12; subscription $1; established 1896; 
Modern Machinery Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers. Office. Security bldg. (2 — 3). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

MODERN PAINTER; monthly; paint- 
ing; ninety-six pages TxLi; subscription $1; 
established 1892 as Western Painter; Chas. 
H. Webb, editor and publisher. Offlce, 92 La 
Salle street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,200 in 1893, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 1,000 
every year since 1899, up to and in- 
cluding 1907. 

MONEY MAKER; monthly; mining; 
forty pages 9x12; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished April, 1903; "Money Maker Co.. pub- 
lishers. Offlce, 17-21 Quincy street (1—7 ) ( A A). 
Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in 1905 and 1906. 

MONUMENTAL NEWS; monthly; 
monuments; sixty-four pages 9x12; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1889; John TV. Weston, 
editor; R. J. Haight. publisher. Offlce, 324 
Dearborn street (2—8). 

Copies printed: 3,083 in 1900 
2,966 in 1902 
3,091 in 1904 
2,891 in 1905 
3,345 in 1906 
3,450 m 1907 
MOTOR WAY» monthly; automobiles; 
flfty-two to one hundred pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $1; established 1899; W. B. Canls, 
editor; The Motor Way, publishers. Offlce, 
188 Madison street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 8,166 in 1907 
MY WORD; monthly: eight pages 
93^xl2J^: subscription $1; established Feb- 
ruary, 1901, as Higher Thought ; My Word Co., 
editors and publishers. Offlce. 4.59 La Salle 
avenue (1—7). 

NATIONAL. BANKER; monthly; 
financial ; seventy pages 9x12; subscription 81 : 
established 1894; J. H. Francis, editor and 
publisher. Office, 84 La Salle street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 5,166 in 1900 and 
8,208 in 1906, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
4.000 in 1907. 

NATIONAL BUILDER; monthly; 
building; Bixty pages 10x14; subscription 
$2 ; established 1885; Fred T. Hodgson, editor; 



ILLINOIS- Chicago. 



Porter, Taylor & Co., publishers. Offlce, 358 
Dearborn street (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: 4,245 in 1900 
4,125 in 1901 
7,291 in 1902 
7,208 in 1903 
, 7,666 in 1904 

8,541 in 1905 
9,708 in 1906 
10,208 in 1907 
NATIONAL ENGINEER: monthly; 
engineering; one hundred and twelve pages 
8x11; subscription §1; established 1897; John 
W. Lane, Jr., editor; National Aesociation of 
Stationary Engineers, publishers. Offlce, 815 
Dearborn street (2—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 19,472 in 1899 
and 20,000 in 1901, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 12,500 in 1906 and 1907. 

NATIONAL FINANCE: monthly; 
finance; forty pages 9i^xl2J^; subscription 
$1; established 1901; Wells Goodhue, nub- 
lisher. Office, 15<54 Monadnock block (1—7). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
fo ran average issue of 2,554. in 1906, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 1,000 in 
1907. 

NATIONAL HARNESS REVIEW; 

monthly; harne.ss; seventy-six to one hundred 
and twenty-two pages 9x13; subscription 
$1; established 1879; Jefferson Jackson, editor 
and publisher. Offlce, 358 Dearborn st. (1—8). 
Copies printed: 5,167 in 1901 
5,291 in 1902 
5,500 in 1906 
5,000 in 1907 

NATIONAL JEWELER AND OP- 
TICIAN : monthlv (A. A). 

NATIONAL MONTHLY FARM 
PRESS (formerly Farm, Field and Fire- 
side); agriculture: twenty pages UtJ^xlS; 
subscription 50 cents: Farm Press PublLshing 
I Co.. editors and pul Ushers. Office, 198 Fifth 
avenue (11— 6 P). 

NATIONAL PRINTER JOURNAL- 
IST; monthly; journalistic: fortv-eight 
toonehundred and sixteen oages 9x12; sub- 
scription S2; established 1884; B. B.Herbert, 
editor; National Printer Journalist Co., pub- 
lishers. Offlce, Caxton building (1—8). 

Copies printed: 5,000 in 1904 
5,000 in 1907 

NEW THOUGHT; monthly; eightv- 
four pages 7x10; .subscription' 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1904 ; Franklin L. Berrv and Louise 
Radford Wells, editors; New Thought Pub- 
lishing Co.. publishers. Office, 1299 Farwell 
avenue (1 — 8). 

NOVELTY NEWS: monthly: twenty- 
four pages 10x13; subscription ,?;1; estab- 
lished 1905: Henry S. Bunting, editor: Nov- 
elty News Co.. publishers. Offlce, 171 Wash- 
ington street (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 4,000 in 1907. 

OFFICE APPLIANCES; monthly; 
mercantile; one hundred and twenty-four 
pages 10x13; subscription ^1 50; established 
June, 1904; George H. Patterson and Evan 
Johnson, editors and publisher!. Offlce, 303 
Dearborn street (1 — 8). 

OFFICE OUTFITTER: monthly; 
fifty-two pages 9fxl2; subscription $1; es- 
tablished January, 1908; Wesley A. Stanger, 
editor: Class Periodical Co., publishers. 
Offlce, 293 Dearborn street (1—8 P). 

OPEN COURT: monthly; religious; 
sixty-eight pages 7x10; subscription $1; es- 



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tablished 1887: Paul Carus. editor; The Open 
Court Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 329 
Dearborn street (1—4). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in 1906 and 1907. 

OPERATIVE MII.l.ER; monthly; 
flour milling; forty-four to ninety six pages 
lUxU; subscription $1; established 1896; J. F. 
Mueller, editor; The Operative Miller Co., 
publishers. Office. 114 Shei-man street (12 — 4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 4,416 in 1898 
and 5,542 in 1903, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

O P HTH A T.MIC RECO RD ; monthly ; 
medical; seventy two pages 6x9; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1891; H. A. Fox, pub- 
lisher. Office, 72 Madison street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,053 _ in 1899 and 
1,148 in 1906, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
1. 000 in 1907. 

OPHTHAIiHIOI.OGTST; monthly; 
ophthalmology; thirty-two pages 7x10; sub- 
scription $1; established 190tj; Chas. McCor- 
mlck, M.D., editor; Association Independent 
Doctors (Inc. ), publishers. Office, 2100 Prairie 
avenue (1—8). 

ORDENSBI.ATT DER HARUGA- 
RI; monthlv; fraternal; four pages 101^x14; 
established 1883; Deutscher Ordender Haru- 
gari, editors and publishei-s. Office, 180 Mon- 
roe street (12—4). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1906 and I907> 

OSTEOPATHIC HEALTH? 
monthly; osteopathy: sixteen pages 10x13; 
subscription $1; established 1901; Henry S. 
Bunting, editor; The Osteopathic Publish- 
ing Co.. publishers. Office, 171 Washington 
street (1— T). 

Copies printed: 3.487 .m .1903 and 
50.000 in 1906, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 

40.000 in 1907. 
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN; 

monthly; osteopathy; sixteen pages lOxloi^; 
subscription $1; establisiied 1901; Osteo- 
pathic Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers. Office, 171 Washington street (12— 6). 

Copies printed: 5,000 in 1905 and 
3.625 in 1906, since which it has not 
furnished any definite and satisfactory 
report, but was credited with more than 
2.2 tO in 1907. 

O'UR DAY; monthly; literary; seventy- 
eight pages 7x10; subscription $2; established 
1881; Frederick L. Chapman, editor: Our 
Day Company, publishers. Office, 110 La 
Salle avenue. 

PAPER DEALER: monthly: paper 
trade; thirty two pages 5fx8^: subscription 
Jil; established September. 1906; J. Fred. 
Waggoner, editor and publisher. Office, 155 

Washington street (9—7 PV 

PARK AND CEMETERY AND 
LANDSCAPE GARDENING; month 
Iv ; parks and cemeteries; floriculture; 
t'hirtv-two pages 9x12: subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1891; John W. Weston, editor; R. 
J. Halght. publisher. Office. 82i Dearborn 
street (2—8). 

Copies printed: 2,300 in 1897 
2,041 in 1902 
1,817 in 1904 
1,867 in 1905 
2,07s in 1906 
2,033 in 1907 



PEOPLE'S HEALTH JOURNAL; 

monthly; hygienic; eight pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1885 ; People's Health 
Journal Co., editors and publishers. Office. 
441 Dearborn street (7—5 P). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in 1898 and more than 
1,000 in 1899, and every year since, up 
to and including 1907. 

PEOPLE'S NATIONAL MONTH- 
LY (A A). 

PIANO, ORtiAN AND MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENT WORKERS' OF- 
FICIAL JOURNAL; monthly; labor; 
sixteen to twentvf our pages 9}^xl2; subscrip- 
tion SI; established 1898; Charles Dold, edi- 
tor; Piano, Organ and Musical Instrument 
Workers' International Union of America, 
publishers. Office, 849 N. Irving ave.(5— 5 P). 

PIANO TRADE; monthly ; pianos ; 
twenty eight pages 9x12; subscription 25 
cents; established 1903; George B.Armstrong, 
editor and publisher. Office, Stelnway Hall 
(1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,850 in 1904 
1,500 in 1907 

PICTURE AND ART TRADE; 

monthly; flne arts; sixty pages 9x12; sub- 
8criptlon$l; established 1880; W.W.Raleigh, 
editor; J. Sawtelle Ford, publisher. Office, 
528 Monadnock building (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,250 in 1903 
and 2,875 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished a report, but was credit- 
ed with more than 1,000 in 1907. 

PLEXUS; monthly; medical; sixty pages 
"1^x10; subscription $1; established 1895; Stu- 
dents of Physicians' and Surgeons' College, 
University of Illinois, editors and publishers. 

POINTER ; monthly; traveling; sixteen 
pages 12x14; subscription $1; established 1884; 
Keau Campbell, editor and manager. Office. 
204 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed: For the year 190 1 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made any renewal of the 
claim. 

POPULAR MECHANICS; monthly; 
review of mechanical progress; one hundred 
pages 7k10; subscription $1; established 1902 
as a weekly; H. H. Windsor, editor; The 
Popular Mechanics Co., publishers. Office, 
Journal building (1—8). 

Copies printed: 11,612 in 1902 
60,799 in 190S 
77,424 in 1906 
107,477 in 1907 
POSTAL CLERK; monthly; United 
National Association of Post Office Clerks; 
sixteen to twenty four pages Ti>^x] ; subscrip- 
tion 20 cents; established December, 1901; 
John T. Scott, editor; United National Asso- 
ciation of Post Office Clerks, publishers. 
Office, 5637 Sangamon street (1—8). 
Copies printed: 9.500 in 1903 
11,87s in 1904 
12,250 in 1906 
14,166 in 1907 
POULTRY FANCIER; monthly; 
poultry; fifty two pages 8ixlli: subscription 
25 cents: established 1897, as Fancy Fowls; 
Frank Heok. editor; Poultry Fancier Pub- 
lishing Co.. publishers. Office, 357 Dearborn 

street (10— 7 P). ^ 

POWER AND TRANSMISSION; 
monthly; mechanical; twenty to twenty- 
four pages 6x9: subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1885; E. C. De Wolfe, editor; Power 



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and Transmission Pubiisiiiai< Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, i55 Dearborn s(reet (1—8). 
Copies printed: 21,125 in 1901 
29,182 in 1905 
26,250 in 1906 
24,204 in 1907 

POWER WAGON; mouthiy (A A). 

PUBLIC JLlBRAllIErS: monthly, ex- 
cept August and September; literary; sev- 
enty-two pages TxlU; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1896; 31. E. Ahern. editor; Library Bu- 
reau, publishers. Office, 156 Wabash avenue 
<l-8). 

Copies printed: 2,253 in i907 

PUBLIC SERVICE;monthly (A A). 

PYTHIAN R E C O It II ; monthly ; 
Knlgnts of Pythias; twelve pages 11x15; sub- 
scription $1; established ISsS; C. H. Gushing, 
editor; Pythian Record Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, 99 Fifth avenue. 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in 1897 and more than 
1,000 in 1899, and every year since, up 
to and including 1907. 

PYTHIAN TRIBUNE; monthly; 
Knights of Pythias; sixteen pages 9x12; sub- 
scription $1; established 1895; Wm. D. Ken- 
nedy, editor and publisher. Office, 6023 
Princeton avenue (T— 3) (A A). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 2,500 in 1895, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 1,000 every 
year since 1898, up to and including 
1906. 

RAILWAY ENGINEERING AND 
MAINTENANCE OF WAY; monthly 
(A A). 

RAILWAY' EPICUREAN; monthly; 
railway; culinary: forty pages ej^xlO: sub- 
scription $1; established 0--tober, 1905: Thos. 
Burdlne, editor and publisher. Office, 171 E. 
Washington street (1—3). 

RAILWAY JOURNAL; monthly; 
railways; forty four pages9xl2; subscription 
SI; established 1898; E. C. Cook and W. B. 
Barr, editors; Railway Journal Publishing 
Co., publishers. Office, 504 Royal Insuranee 
building (1-8). 

Copies printed: 2,137 '^ iQoi 
3,283 in 1904 
3,755 in 1905 
3,842 in 1906 
Since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, _ but was 
credited with more than 2,250 in 1907. 

RAILWAY MASTER 3IECHAN. 
ICj monthly; mechanical; seventy to one 
hundred and twenty pages 9x12; subscription 
$1; established 1878; Bruce V.Crandall, editor 
and publisher. Office. 305 Dearborn st. (2—3). 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,500 in 1901, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 2.250 every 
year since, up to and including 1907. 

RAILWAY SURGICAL JOUR- 
NAL; monthly; American Association of 
Railwav Surgeons; fifty-two pages 7>^xl0; 
subscription $2; established 1894; Louis J. 
Mitchell, M.D.. editor; E. H. Baungartner, 
publisher. Office, Monadnock building (1—8). 
Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in i8q6 and more than 
1,000 in 1898, and every year since, up 
to and including 1907. 

RAND-McNALLY BANKERS' 
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thirty pages 65^x10; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1884; Rand, McNally & Co., editors and 
publishers, office, Rand-MciNally building 

(2—3).^ 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,533 in 1896 
and 6,358 in 1904, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but has been credited with 
more than 4,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

RED BOOK MAGAZINE; monthly; 
fiction ; one hundred and fortv-four pages 
6}4x9}4; subscription 5I; established 1903; 
Karl Edwin Harriman, editor; The Red 
Book Corporation, publishers. Office, 153- 
164 State street (1—7). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 75,000 in 1907. 
Publisher's announcement.— The publishers 
state that on the basis of increase of the 
past year, during which an average guar 
anteed olrculation of 300,0(JO was exceeded 
by 22}^ per cent, that the year 1908 will 
bring its circulation up to over 400,000 
copies per month. 

REPORTER} monthly; granite and 
marble trade; forty eight pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; Frank M. 
Nichols, editor; Nichols & Co., publishers. 
Office, 204 Washington boulevard (1—8). 

Copies printed: 3,750 in 1897 
2,700 in 1907 

RETAIL COALMAN; monthly; coal; 
nlnety-slx pages SixlU; ^uhscriptl n $1; es- 
tablished 19C0; A. M. Hull, editor; Retail 
Coalman Co., publishers. Office, 1431 Monad- 
nock block (1—8). 

RETAILERS' JOURNAL; monthly; 
mercantile: eightv four pages 9x11^^; sub- 
scription SI; established April. 1903; S. W. 
Roth, managing editor; The Retailer.s' Jour- 
nal (Inc.), publishers. Office, 36 La Salle 
street (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 6,785 in 1903, 
since which it _ has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 4,000 in 1905 
and 1907. 

R. F. D.NEWS; monthly ; official organ 
of rural letter carriers : subscription .50 cents; 
established Janii^^ry. 1903; H. H. Windsor, 
editor and publisher. Office. Journal build- 
ing (l-;-8). 

Copies printed: 20,028 in 1906 
24,504 in 1907 

ROADMASTER AND FOREMAN; 

monthly; railroad work; twenty-four to 
thirty six pages 9x12; subscription SI; estab- 
lished 1885; F. A. Smith, editor; Myron C. 
Clark Publishing Company, publishers. Of- 
fice, 355 Dearborn street (1—8). 

Copies printed : Xo definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 2,250 in 1907. 

ROCK PRODUCTS; monthly (A A). 

SALES >I A NSHIP: monthly; thirty six 
pages 93^x12^^; subscription $1; established 
July, 1898; W. C. Holman editor; The Sales 
manshlp Company, publishers. Office, 200 
Monroe street (10 — 7 P). 

SCHOOL REVIEW; monthl.v. except 
July and August; educational; eighty pages 
7x10; subscription $1.50: established 1893; 
Department of Philosophy and Education, 
editors; University of Chicago Press, pub- 
lishers. Office, University of Chicago (1—7). 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 6,960 in 1901, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 2,250 in 1907. 



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SCHOOL. SCIENCE AND MATHE- 
31 A TICS; mouthly, except July, August 
and September; educational; one hundred 
pages 6x9^^; subscription $2; established 
March. 1901; O. H. Smith, editor; Smith & 
Turton, publishers. Office. 440 Kenwood 
Terrace (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,611 in 1905 
2,611 in 1906 
3,444 in 1907 

SERVICE; monthly; one hundred and 
thirty-two pages eV^xlO; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1890; W. H. Geistweit, editor; 
Baptist Young People's Union of America, 
publishers. Office, 324 Dearborn street (1—6). 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 24,076 in_ 1894 
and 28,015 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but was credited with 
more than 17.500 in 1907. 

SEWING MACHINE ADVANCE 1 
monthly; sixteen pages 9x12; subscription 50 
cents; established 1879; Walter Scates, editor 
and publisher. Office, 4109 Indiana avenue. 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an issue of 2,000 for the year 1896, 
but has not since 1897 made any claim 
to issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

SHEARS. (See Lafayette. Ind.) 

SHEPHERD'S CRITERION; 
monthly; sheep; twenty four pages S^xllJ^a; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1890; Frank 
E. Moore, editor; A. Stone, publisher. Office. 
858 Dearborn street (2—5). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 4,000 in 1895 and more than 
2.250 in 1906 and 1907. 

SHOW WORLD; monthly (A A). 

SIGNET; monthly; Eastern Star; twenty 
pages 8]4xll}4; subscription $1; established 
June, 1905; M. L. Chester and L. J. Wiley, 
editors and publishers. Office. 350(5 Vincennes 
avenue (1—7). 

SKETCH BOOK; monthly; art; eighty 
pages 7x11; subscription $2; established 
1901; Catherine E. Cook, editor; The Sketch 
Book Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 
Fine Arts building (1—8). 

SOCIAI.IST WOMAN; monthly; 
socialism; twelve pages SViixllJ^; subserip 
tion 50 cents; established June, 1907; Jose- 
phine C. Kaneko, editor; The Socialist Wom- 
an Publishing Company, publishers. Office, 
619 E. 55th street (9— 7P\ 

SOKOL. AMERICKY; monthly; Bo 
hemian; athletics; thirty six pages 9x12; sub- 
scription 75 cents; established 1879; Dr. J. R. 
Jicinsky, editor; National Printing and Pub 
llshing Co , publishers. Office. 566 W. Eigh- 
teenth street (2—8). 

Copies printed: 4.345 in 1905 
5,049 in 1907 

SOUND WAVES: monthly ; telephony; 
eighty-tour pages 9x12; sub'^cription $1; es- 
tablished 1900; ttd J. Mock, editor; Electricity 
Magazine Corporation, publishers. Office, 
1293 Monadnock block (1—8). 

Copies printed: 5,127 in 1907 

SOUTHW^EST TRAII^; monthly; 
agricultural; twenty four to forty-two pages 
10x14; subscription .50 cents; established 1889; 
Jesse B. Tavlor. editor; Chicago. Rock Isl- 
and & Pacific Railroad, publishers. Office, 
La Salle Street Station (1—8). 

Copies printed: 46.358 in 1907 

SPORTS AFIEI.D; monthly; literary 
and sporting; one hundred pages 7x10; sub- 
scriptions!. 50; established 1887; Claude King, 
editor; Sports Afield Publishing Company, 
publishers. Office. 358 Dearborn street (1—6). 

Copies printed: 17,250 in 1895 
»3,500 in 1901 



26,489 in 1903 
34,800 in 1905 
35,505 in 1906 
STEAM SHOVEli AND DREDGE; 

monthly (A A). 

SUCCESSFUL. POULTRY JOUR- 
NAL; monthly; poultry; fifty two to one 
hundred and twenty pages; SJ^xllJ-^; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1900; Frank 
Heck, editor; Successful Poultry Journal 
Publishing Co., publisliers. Office. 355 Dear- 
born street (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 20,000 in 1906, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than -17,500 in 1907. 

SURGERY, GYNECOLOGY AND 
OBSTETRICS; monthly; medicine and 
surgery; one hundred and fifty pages 
I'^KlOVi; subscription $5; established July, 
1905; Franklin H. Martin. M. D., managing 
editor; Surgical Publishing Co. of Chicago, 
publishers. Office, \m Stnte .street (1—8). 

SVENSK- a:\IERIKANSK A FAM- 
ILJ-JOIIRNALEN; monthly (A A). 

SVOJIM; monthly (A A). 

SYSTEM; monthly; mercantile; one 
hundred and slxtj' two pages 7x9}^; sub- 
scription $2; established J900: A.W.Shaw, 
editor; The System Co., publishers. Office, 
934 First National Bank building (2—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 33,750 in 1904 
and 50,556 in 1905, since which it has 
not furnished a report, but was credit- 
ed with more than 40.000 in 1907. 

TECHNICA li WORLD MAGA- 
ZINE; monthly; scieniitie; mechanical; 
one hundred and sixty pages 7x10; subscrip- 
tion $1.30; established February, 1904; The 
Technical World Co.. publishers. Office, 58th 
street and Drexel boulevard (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 84,559 in 1905, 
since which it has not furnished a 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 40,000 in 1906 
and 1907. 

TELEPHONY; monthly; telephone; 
one hundred and sixty to three hundred 
pages 9x12; subscription $1; established Jan- 
uary, 1901; Telephony Publishing Co. (Inc.), 
publishers. Office. Manhattan building (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 7,500 in 1907. 

TEN STORY BOOK; monthly; lite- 
rary; fiction; sixty eight pages 5x8; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1901; Dwight Allyn, edi- 
tor; The I'ally Story Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Office, 315 Dearborn street (12—6). 

Copies printed: 56,614 in 1904 
54,010 in 1905 
76,148 in 1906 

TO-MORROW MAGAZINE; month- 
ly; newthought; ninety-six pages 6x10; sub- 
scription $1; established January, 1905; Par- 
ker H. Sercombe, editor; Tomorrow Pub 
llshing Co., publishers (1—6). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 13,166 in 1905. 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but 
was credited with more than 7,500 in 

^ T R A V E L E R S ' RAILWAY 

GUIDE; monthly (A A). , , ^ ^ „ ^ ^^ „ 
VEGETARIAN MAGAZINEj 

monthly; vegetarianism; thirty-six pages 
7x10 ; subscription $1 ; established 1896 ; 
Dr. Walter E. Elfunk, editor; The Vegetarian 
Company, publishers. Office. 80 Dearborn 
street (6—7). 

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for an average issue of 3,000 in 1897 
and 3,042 in 1899, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satisfac- 
tory report, but was credited with more 
than 2,250 in 1905 and 1906. 

VIOLINIST; monthly; musical; twenty 
pages 7x10: subscription $1; established 
August. 1900; Ray G. Edwards, editor; Vio- 
linist Company, publishers. Office, 2152 Gladys 
arenue (7—5) (A A). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1905 and 1906. 

VOICE; monthly (A A). 

VOTER? monthly (A A). 

WELCOME NEWS; monthly; unde- 
nominational; twelve to sixteen pages 11x16; 
subscription 25 cents; established 1905; T. G. 
Mawritzen, editor and publisher. Office, 1119 
Woman's Temple (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,863 in 1907 

WESTERN BREWER AND JOUR- 
NAL OF THE BARLEY, MALT 

AND HOP TRADES; monthly; brewing; 
two hundred and twenty-four pages 9x13; 
subscription $5; established 1876; H. S. Rich & 
Co., editors and publishers; dated also at 
New York, N. Y. Office. .315 Dearborn street. 
Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 5,337 in 1905, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 2,250 in 1907. 

WESTERN COLLEGE MAGA- 
ZINE; monthly (A A). 

WESTERN DRUGGIST ; monthly; 
pharmaceutical; one hundred and fifty to 
two hundred pages 8x11; subscription $1; 
established 1879; G. P. Engelhard & Co., edi 
tors and publishers. Office, 357 Dearborn 
street (1-8). 

Copies printed: 12,705 in 1897 
13,127 in 1901 
13,587 in 1902 
14,367 in 1905 
• 14,662 in 1906 
14,450 in 1907 

WESTERN PUBLISHER: monthly; 

eighty-four pages 9x12; suliscription $1; es- 
tablished May. 1902; Byron Robert Williams, 
editor; Western Newspaper Union, publish 
ers. Office, 73 W. Adams street (9—7 P ). 

WESTERN UNDERTAKER; 
monthly; embalming and sanitation; fifty 
six pages 9x12; subscription $1; established 
1880: Herbert S. Fassett. editor and publisher. 
Office, 263 Washington boulevard (1—8). 
Copies printed: 4,050 in 1896 
4,212 in 1898 
6,000 in 1903 
6,000 in 1905 
6,000 in 1906 
6,000 in 1907 

WHAT TO EAT; monthly; house- 
hold and pure food; fifty -four to sixty 
pages 7J^xl2^ ; subscription $1 ; established 
1896; Pierce Publishing Co., editors and nub 
lishers; dated also at New York. Office. 
171 -173 Washington street (2—3). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 10,383 in 1897, 
since which it has not "furnished any 
definite and satisfactory reoort, but was 
credited with more than 2,250 in 1906 
and 1907. 

W^HITE'S CLASS ADVERTIS- 
ING? monthly; advertising; ninety six to 
one hundred and forty pages 6x9; subscrip- 
tion 25 cents; established October 1902; 
Prank B. White, editor and publisher. Office, 
118 W. Jackson boulevard (1—8). 

Copies printed: 5,083 in 1907 

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WINDLE'S GATLING GUN; month- 
ly (A A). 

WOMAN'S WORLD; monthly; house- 
hold; thirty two pages 9x14; subscription 20 
cents; established 1885; Currier Publishing 
Co.. editors and publishers. Office, 46 W. 
Monroe street (1—8). 

Copies printed: 1,000,000 in 1901 

869,827 in 1903 
1,339.083 in 1907 
WORLD TO-DAY; monthly ; literary; 
one hundred and twelve to one hundred and 
twenty eight pages 7x10; subscription $1.50: 
established 1901; Shailer Mathews, editor; 
The World To-Day Co., publishers. Office. 67 
Wabash avenue (2—8). 

Copies printed: 62,428 in 1904 
75,682 in 1905 
88,625 in 1907 

SEMI-QUARTERLY . 

JOURNAIi OF GEOLOGY; semi- 
quarterly; one hundred and eisht pages 7x10; 
subscription $3; established 1893; T. C. Cham- 
berlain, editor; The Un varsity of Chicago 
Press, publishers. Office, University of Chi- 
cago. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 copies, 
but failed to furnish such definite in- 
formation as would warrant the accord- 
ance of a rating to that effect. It has 
not since made any renewal of the 
claim. 

BI-MONTHLY. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN AND 
ORIENTAL JOURNAIi? bimonthly, 
January, March, May, July, September and 
November; antiques: seventy pages 6x10; 
subscription $4; established 1878; Stephen D. 
Peet. editorand publisher. Office. 5817 Madl- 
.son avenue. 

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCI- 
OLOti Y; bi monthly, July, September, No- 
vember. January, March and May: one hun- 
dred and forty to one hundred and sixty-four 
pages 7x10; subscription $2; established 1894; 
Albion W. Small, editor; The University of 
Chicago Press, publishers. Office, University 
of Chicago (2—5 P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,900 in 1901, 
since which it ' has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 1,000 every 
vear since, up to and including 1907. 

BANKING AND 3IERCANTILE 

WORLD; bi-monthly; financial and mer- 
cantile; one hundred and thirtv-slx pages 
7x10; subscription $5; establi.'^hed 1898; W. Y. 
Barnet, manager Banking .nnd Mercantile 
World Co., publishers. Office, 6430 Woodlawn 
avenue (1—8). 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it had credit for 
exceeding 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

BANNER OF GOLD; bimonthly 
(A A). 

BUR; bimonthly; dental: seventy pages 
6x9; subscription 50 cents; established 1898; 
R. C. Brophy, M.D., D. D. S.. editor and pub- 
lisher. Office, 72 W. Lade street (1—8). 

JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE 
NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY J 
bi-monthly (A A). 

JOURNAL OF THE WESTERN 
SOCIETY OF ENtilNEERS ; bi- 
monthly; engineering: one hundred and 
sixty-four pages 6x9; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1896; Western Society of Engineers, 
editors and publishers. Office. 1736 Monad- 
nock block (10—7). 

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for an average isstie of 1,500 in 1901, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but was 
credited with more than 1,000 every 
year since, up to and including 1907. 

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION; bi- 
monthly (A A). 
SCROLL. OF PHI DELTA THETA ; 

bi-monthly, during college year; college fra 

ternity; one hundred and thirty pages 6x9; 

established 1875; Frank J. R. Mitchejl, editor; 

Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, publishers. 

Office, lUO Washington street (2— S). 
Copies printed: 1,550 in 1895 
2,560 in 1905 
3,000 in 1907 

QUARTERLY. 

A3IERICAN JOURNAL OF SEM- 
ITIC LANGUAGES A ND LITERA- 
TURES; quarterly, October, January, April 
and July; Semitic study; eighty six pages 
7x10 ; subscriution $.3 ; established 1884; 
William R. Harper, editor ; The University 
of Chicago Press, publishers. Office, Unl 
varsity of Chicago. 

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE- 
OLOGY; quarterly, January, April, July 
and October; undenominational; two hun- 
dred and sixteen pages 7x10; subscription 
$3; established 1897; Divinity Faculty of the 
University of Chicago, editors; The Uni- 
versity of Chicago Press, publishers. Office, 
University of Chicago (7— 3P). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,200 in 1901, 
but has not since 1902 made claim to 
issuing so many as 1,000 copies. 

GIDEON; quarterly; religion; commer- 
cial travelers ; undenominational ; forty eight 
f)ages 6^x.9%: subscription 50 cents; estab- 
ishetl 1900; F. A. Garlick, editor; The Na- 
tional Organization of Gideons, publishers. 
Office, National Bank of Commerce build- 
ing (1-7) (A A). 

mONIST ; quarterly, January, April, July 
and October; philosophical; one hundred and 
geventv-slx pages 7x10; subscription $2; estab- 
lished "1890: Dr. Paul Cams, editor; The Open 
Court Publishing Co., publishers. Office, 324 
Dearborn street. 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3,125 in 1898, 
since which it has not furnished any 
definite and satisfactory report, but has 
been credited with more than 1,000 every 
year since, up to and including 1907. 

NORTHWESTERN DENTAL 
JOURNAL; quarterly, June, September, 
December, March; dentistry; one hundred 
pages 6x9; subscription 50 cents; established 
June, 1903; Charles R. Baker, editor; Alumni 
Association of Northwestern Uaiversity Den- 
tal School, publishers. Office. 42 Madison 
street (1—8). 

UNIVERSITY DIGEST; quarterly 
(A A). 

CHICAGO HEIGHTS, Cook Co. cT 
5,100+ pop.— local estimate 15,000— on Chi- 
cago & Eastern Illinois, Elgin, Joliet & East- 
ern and Michigan Central Rds.,28 m. S. of 
Chicago, the county seat. Farming. 
SIGNAL; Thursdays; republican; eight 

fiages 18x24; subscription $1.25; established 
888; W. H. Freeman, editor; Palmer Print- 
ing Company, publishers (2—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 1,174 in 1900 
and 1,285 in 1902, since which it has 
not furnished any definite and satis- 
factory report, but has been credited 
with more than 1,000 every year since, 
up to and including 1907. 



ILLINOIS. 



STAR; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 18x24: subscription $1.25; established 
April, 1901; W. E. Williams, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

CHIIililCOTHE, PeoriaCo. a 1.699t 
pop.— North Chllllcoihe, 500 pop., adjoin- 
ing— on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific 
and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rds. and 
Illinois r., at head of Peoria lake, 18 m. 
N. by N. E. of Peoria, the county seat. Can- 
ning, cigar, carriage and wagon works- 
Grain shipping point. 

BULLETIN; Fridays; republican; 
twelve pages 15x22 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1883; F. W. Bailey, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper has on 
two or more occasions indicated a desire 
to have credit for issuing more than 
1,000 copies regularly, but such definite 
information as would warrant ^ such a 
rating has never been forthcominjf. 

ENQUIRER; Tuesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1892; H. A. Bates, editor and publisher 
(12—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 1,200 in 1900. since 
which it has not furnished any report, 
but has been credited with more than 
1,000 every year since, up to and in- 
cluding 1907. 

CHRISMAN, Edgar Co. p- 905t pop., 
on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis and Indianapolis, Decatur & Western 
Rds., 14 m. N. of Paris, the county seat. 
Agriculture. 
COURIER; Fridays; Independent; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 

1878; C. R. Livingston, editor and publisher 

(1—8). 

CISCO, Piatt Co. a 360t pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 8 m. W. of Montlcello, 
the county seat. Corn, oats and farming. 
PRESS; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription SI: established December. i9ti0; 
W. W. Austin, editor and publisher ( A A). 

CLAYTON, ^<^ams Co. -O 996tpop., 
on Wabash Rd., 28 m. N. E. of Qulncy, the 
county seat. Agriculture. 
ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 15x22; subscription S1.25; 
established 1879; J. L.Stakec, editor and pub- 
lisher (12— 5). 

Copies printed: 1,024 in 1895 
1,008 in 1905 
1,008 in 1907 

CLIFTON, Iroquois Co. n-6o2t pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 18 m. N.W. of Watseka, 
the county seat Farming. 
ADVOCATE; Fridays; republican ; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1893: H. A. Raboin, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

CLINTON, c. h., Dewitt Co. a 4,452t 
pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 22 m. 8. of 
Bloomlngton andiS N.E.of Springfield, the 
State capital. Illinois Central machine 
shops. 
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day. and WEEKLY, Thursdays; repub- 
lican; eight to twelve pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion—daily $5, weekly $1.50; established- 
daily 1^96, weekly 1856; Bert E Pinkerton, 
«dItor; Pinkerton Cross Co., publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1962 the 
weekly edition of this paper seemed to 1 
assert that it had an average issue ex- j 
ceeding 1,000 copies, but failed to fur-' 
nish such definite information as would 
warrant the accordance of a rating to | 
that effect. It has not since made ' 
anv renewal of the claim. 

TIMES; every evening except Sunday, 
and 5s EM I -WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; Independent; eight pages— daily lSx24, 
seml-weeklv 15x22; subscription — daily $5, 
seml-weekl.v $1; established 1S98; J. F. 
Thomas, editor and publisher (8—6). 

REGISTER; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pa^es 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab 
Ushed 1868; Hughes Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for issuing more than 1,000 copies 
regularly from 1896 to 1904. but has 
not since set up any definite and satis- 
factory claim for issuing so many. 

COAL CITY, Grundy Co. a' 2,907 
pop., on Atchison, Topeka, 8c Santa Fe, 
Chicago & Alton, and Elgin, Joliet & East- 
ern Rds., 20 m. S. W. of Joliet. Manu- 
facturing. 

COURANT; Thursdays; republican: 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; establish- 
ed March, 1891; Edmund J. Hazel, editor and 
publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1902 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

COBDEN, Union Co. p l,034tpop., on 
Illinois Central Rd.. 42 m. N. of Cairo. 
Fruit growing. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays (A A). 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 16x22 ; subscription $1 : estab- 
lished 1887; Geo. L. Du Bois and John D. 
Mesler, editors and publishers. 

COFFEEN, Montgomery Co. a 963t 
pop., on Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City 
Rd.. 10 m. S. E. of HlUsboro, the county 
seat. Coal and copper mining. 

MONTGOMERY DEMOCRAT; Fri 

davs; democratic; eight pages 15x20; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1891 ; W. E. Roberts, 
editor and publisher. 

C O L C HESTER, McDonough Co. -n 

1,635+ pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 

Rd..7 m.S. W. of Macomb, the county seat. 

Coal mining and stone quarrying. Pottery, 

tile and brick making. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1873 ; By-Stander Publishing Co.. 
publishers. 

COLFAX, McLean Co. n 1153 pop., on 

Central Rd., 23 m. N. E. of Bloomlngton. 

Coal mining. 

PRESS; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 16x22; subscription $1; established 
1895; A. E. Potts, editor and publisher. 



COLLINSVILLE, Madison Co. p 
4,021+ pop., on Vandalla Line Rd., 11 m. E. by 
N. E. of Saint Louis, Mo. Various manu- 
facturing Industries. Coal mining. 

HERALD; Fridays ; Independent ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.25; established 
1879; James N. Peers, editor and publisher 

(2-3). 

CORNELL, itvinfirafon Co. D .521tpop., 
on Wabash Rd., 10 m. N. W. of Pontlac, 
the county seat. Corn growing, hog rais- 
ing and coal mining. 

JOURNAL; Fridays ; Independent ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscrintiou $1; established 
lb90 ; A. E. Tiffany, editor and publisher. 

COULTER VILLE, Randolph Co. p 
650+ pop., on Centralla & Chester and Illinois 
Central Rds., 47 m. S. E. of Saint Louis, Mo. 
Mining and agriculture. 
REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1335; H. E. Risley, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
UNION FARMER; monthly (A A). 

COWDEN, Shelby Co. n 751t pop., on 

Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern and Toledo, 

St. Louis & Kansas City Rds., 12 m. S. W. of 

ShelbyvIUe, the county seat. Coal mining. 

REFLECTOR; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1902; O. A. Jewett, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

CREAL SPRINGS, Williamson Co. 

g 1,5'jO pop., on Illinois Central Rd.. 10 m. S. 

of Marlon, the county seat. Agriculture; 

cannlngfactory and bottling works. Health 

resort. 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS TRI- 
BUNE; Fridays; republican; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established as Neivs, 
January, 1900; Lee Walston. editor and pub- 
lisher (1-8). 

CRESTON, Ogle Co. b 381f pop., on 
Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 5 m. E. of 
Rochelle and 79 "W. of Chicago. Creamery 
and tile and broom factories. 
OBSERVER; Thursdays; Independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1887; T. J. Winders, editor and pub- 
lisher; prints an edition for Malta. 

CRETE, Will Co. cf 760t pop., on Chi- 
cago & Eastern Illinois Rd., 30 m. S. of Chi- 
cago. Lumber, sashes, doors and blinds. 
CITIZEN; Thursdays; Independent; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1895; W. C. Trowbridge, editor and 
publisher. 

CUBA, Fulton Co. -a 1,752 pop., at 
Junction of Toledo, Peoria & Western and 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rds., 40 m. S. 
of Galesburg. Manufactures of building 
and paving brick and cigars. Coal mines. 
JOURNAL; Thursdays; Independent; 

eight to ten pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 

established 1883; J. W.Nelson, editor; Thomas 

& Nelson, publishers. 

CULLOM, Livingston Co. D 45«tpop., 

on Illinois Central Rd.. 25 m. E. of Pontlac, 
the county seat, and 88 S. W. of Chicago. 
File factory. Corn. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays; republican: 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 



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llshed 1898; S. J. Porterfleld, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DAHL6REN, Hamilton Co. Q 452t 

pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 10 m. 

N. W. of McLeansboro, the county seat, and 

91 S. E. of Saint Louis, Mo. Agriculture. 

EC H O; Thursdays; independent; elxht 
pages 16x22; subscription $1; established 
1899; G. T. Rhodes, editor and publisher ( 1—8). 

DALLAS CITY, Hancock and Hen- 
derson Cos. -n 1,200 pop.— local estimate 
1,500— on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rds., 16 m. 
N. of Carthage, the county seat. Manu- 
factures of carriages, button factory, brick 
and tile works and lumber. Farming. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays: Independ- 
ent; eight pases 15x22; subscription SI. 50; 
established 1899; Dallas Printing Co. (Inc.), 
editors and publishers (2—8). _ 

Copies printed: 1,033 in 1903 
1,414 in 1904 
1,584 in 190S 
1,687 in 1906 
1,674 in 1907 
REVIEW; Thursdays; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1.50; established 1886; L.S. Reid, 
editor and publisher. 

DANFORTH, Iroquois Go. D- 407t 
pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 12 m. W. of 
Watseka, the county seat, and 76 S. of Chi- 
cago. Corn and oats. 

HERALD; Saturdays; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1 ; established 1899 ; Herald 
Publishing Company, editors and publishers. 

DANVERS, McLean Co. u 607tpop., 

on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 

Louis Rd., 10 m. W. of Bloomington, the 

county seat. Farming. 

DISPATCH; Thursdays; four pages 
13x20; subscription $1; established 1880; John 
S. Popple, editor and publisher. 

DANVILLE, c. h., Vermilion Co. n- 

40,000 pop., on Chicago & Eastern Illinois, 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
and Wabash Rds. and Vermilion r., 120 
m. E. bv N. E. of Springfield, the State 
capital, and 123 S. of Chicago. Coal mining, 
manufacturing and agriculture. 

CO.>II>IERCIAL-NEWS; every even 

Ing except Sunday, and WEEK L. Y, Thurs- 
days; republican; daily eight to twenty-four, 
weekly sixteen pages 17x24; subscription- 
dally «3, weekly $1 ; established— daily Neics 
ISU', Commercial 1862; John H. Harrison, ed 
iter; Commercial News Co., publishers (1—8). 
Copies printed: daily, 2,254 in 1901 

4,017 in 1902 
6,541 in 1903 

8,579 in 190S 

9,522 in 1906 

12,111 in 1907 

Weekly, 2,211 in 1901 and 2,296 in 

1902, since which no claim to issuing 

so many as 1,000 has been recorded. 

DEMOCRAT; every morning except 
Monday; eight pages 173^x22; subscription 
$5; established 1897; The Democrat Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers (1—4). 

Copies printed: This paper had credit 
for an average issue of 3.768 in^ 1902, 
and 4,671 in 1905, since \yhich time it 
has not furnished a definite and satis- 



factory report, but was credited with 
printing more than 4,000 copies for the 
years 1906 and 1907. 

PRESS ; every morning except Monday ; 
democratic; eight pages 18x22; subscription 
$5; established 1887; John Beard, editor and 
publisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an average issue of 3,898 in 
1903, since which it has not furnished 

any definite and satisfactory report, but 
has been credited with more than 2,250 
every year since, up to and including 
1907. 

BANNER; Thursdays; prohibition: eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1890; 
Geo. W. Woolsey, editor and publisher (1—8). 
Copies printed: No definite and sat- 
isfactory statement has ever been se- 
cured from this paper, but it had credit 
for more than 1,000 in 1906 and 1907. 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG; Fridays; Ger 
man; Independent; eif,'ht pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1874; Wm. E. Bry- 
ant, editor and publisher (2—7). 

HEUAI^D: semi-m MtlilrfAAV 

INTER-.STATE SCHOOL RE- 
VIEW; monthly; educational; .^ixteen 
pages 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; established 1892; 
W. E. Watt and L. E. Jones, editors; Illi- 
nois Printing Company, publishers. 

Copies printed: No definite and satis- 
factory statement has ever been secured 
from this paper, but it has had credit 
for exceeding 2,250 from 1900 to and 
including 1907. 

DECATUR, c. h., .Macon Co. a 32,000 
pop., on Illinois Central, Indiana, Decatur 
& Western, Peoria, Decatur & Evansville, 
Vandalla Line and Wabasli Rds. and San- 
gamon r.,38 m. E. of Springfield, the State 
capital, 108 N. E. of Saint Louis, Mo., and 169 
S. S. E. of Chicago. Manufacturing. Agrl 
culture and corn mills. 

HERALD; every morning; republican; 
daily eight to sixteen pages 15x22, Sunday 
twenty to thirty-six pages; subscription $5; 
established 1880; Herald-Despatch Co., edi- 
tors and publishers (1 — 8). 

Copies printed: daily, 3,996 in 1900 

4,893 in 1901 
5,304 in 190a 
7,477 in 190 
9,610 in 190 
11,335 in 1907 

m^^The absolute correct- 
ness of the latest circulation 
rating accorded the Herald is 
guaranteed by the publishers 
of RoweH's Annerican News- 
paper Directory, who will pay 
one hundred dollars to the first person who 
successfully controverts its accuracy. 

Publisher's announcement. — Advertisers in 
the Decatur Herald are guaranteed an 
average daily and Sunday circulation ex- 
ceeding 12,000 for 1908. Average last three 
months of 1907, 12,3.54—12,458 for December— 
and 11,335 for the year 1907— is sufficient 
circulation for a city of 32,000 and surround- 
ing territory, and indicates that the Her- 
ald covers its field. Decatur is surrounded 
by the richest farming country, and Is the 
center of a network of railroads and inter- 
urbans. Advertisers in the Herald are 
safe in going after business in Herald ter- 
ritory. The Herald is the only morning 
paper in Decatur, has a cash paid circula- 







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ILLINOIS. 



tion, full Associated Press report, aud 
prints all the news that Is fit to print. 

Advertising rates consistent with the 
circulation. 

Can you beat it ? 
REVIEW; every evening except Sunday, 
and Sunday morning; democratic; daily ten 
to sixteen Sunday twenty to thirty-eight 
pages \7^x22}4; subscription — daily $5; es- 
tablished 1879; The Review Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers (1—8). 

Copies printed: 2,823 in 1895 
5,213 in 190J 
5,719 in 1902 
7,239 in 1903 
9,225 in 1904 
10,001 in 1905 
11,024 in 1906 

11,333 in 1907 
Sunday, 2,812 in 1895 
5,106 in 1901 
5,648 in 1902 
6,650 in 1903 
8,165 in 1904 
8,919 in 1905 
10,005 in 1906 
10,361 in 1907 
E^^The absolute correct- 
ness of the latest circulation 
rating accorded the Daily Re- 
view is guaranteed by the 
publishers of Rowell's Ameri- 
can Newspaper Directory, who 
will pay one hundred dollars to the first 
person who successfully controverts its ac- 
curacy. 

LABOR WORLD; Fridays; labor; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 190U; Bennett &Linxweiler, editors and 
publishers. 

Copies printed: For the year 1901 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

MODERN WOODMAN; Saturdays; 
Moaerii Woodmen of America and Royal 
Neighbors; eight pages 9x12; subscription 50 
cents; established 1899; Williams Printing 
Company, editors and publishers (12—5) (A A). 
Copies printed: No detailed satisfac- 
tory report was ever obtained from 
this paper, but it has been credited with 
exceeding 1,000 every year since 1900, 
up to and including 1906. 

NATIONAL HAY AND GRAIN 
REPORTER; semi-monthly; grain; 
twentv-four pages 9x12; subscription SI; es 
tablished 1899; C. A. Burks, editor; Hay & 
Grain Publishing Co. (Inc.),publl!-hers (1—8). 



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DEERGREEK, Tazewell Cn. n 298t 

pop., on Lake Erie & Western Rd., 16 m. 

E. by N. E. of Pekin, the county seat. 

Farming. 

PROGRESS; Thursdays; Independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription .$1.25; estab- 
lished 1888; J. P. Slyter, editor and publisher. 

DEKALB, Dekalb Co. b 9,000 pop., 
on Chicago & Northwestern and Chicago 
& Great Western Rds.. 58 m. W. of Chi- 
cago. Barbed fence wire and shoe man- 
ufactories. Seat of Northern Illinois Nor- 
mal School. 
EVENING CHRONICLE; every even 



Ingexcept Sunday, and SEMI- WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages— daily 18x24, semi-weekly 15x22; 
subscription— dally $4.60, semi-weekly $1.50; 
established — daily 1895, semi weekly 1879; 
Clinton Rosette, editor; The J. F. Glldden 
Publishing Co., publishers (2—8). 

ADVERTISER; Wednesdays; local; 
eight pages 13x20 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1898; Bailey Rosette, editor and publisher 
(.7—5). 

REVIEW; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 15}^x22; subscription $1; established 
1382: H. W. Fay, editor and publisher. 
Copies printed: 1,500 in 1900 
1,500 in 1907 

DELAND, Piatt Co. a 411t pop., on 

Illinois Central Rd., 23 m. W. of Champaign. 

Farming and stock raising. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1897; J. B. RInehart, editor and publisher. 

DELAVAN. Tazewell Co.d l,304t pop., 
on Chicago & Alton and Peoria & Evansville 
(branch of Illinois Central) Rds., 17 m. S. of 
Pekin, the county seat, and 30 S. W. of 
Bloomlngton. Grain growing and stock 
raising. 

ADVERTISER; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages 20x26 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 18^; John Culbertson, editor and 
publisher (7-5) 

TI3IES-PRESS; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1874; S. H. Beatty, editor and pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

Copies printed: This paper had cre- 
dit for an issue of 1,600 in 
1898, since which it has not furnished 
any definite and satisfactory report, but 
has been credited with more than 1,000 
every year since, up to and including 
1907. 

DE PUE, Bureau Co. b 4681 pop.— 

local estimate 1,185 — on Chicago, Rock 

Island & Pacific Rd., 95 m. W. of Chicago. 

Zinc manufacturing. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; eight pages 
13x20; subscription $1.50; established Sep- 
tember. 190.T; Ralph Hunt, editor aud pub- 
lisher (1—8). 

DES PLAIN ES, Cook Co. cf l,666t 

pop., on Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 17 m. 

N. W. of Chicago and 30 S. of Waukegan, 

Brick yard and flour mill. 

SUBURBAN TIMES; Saturdays; In- 
dependent; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1886; D. J. Gillespie, editor 
and publisher. 

Copies printed: For the year 1903 
this paper seemed to assert that it had 
an average issue exceeding 1,000 cop- 
ies, but failed to furnish such definite 
information as would warrant the ac- 
cordance of a rating to that effect. It 
has not since made any renewal of 
the claim. 

DIETERICH, Effingham Co. p 382t 
pop., on Indiana & Illinois Southern Rd., 9 
m. S. E. of Effingham, the county seat. 
Grain and produce. 
GAZETTE ; Thursdays ; eight pages 13x20 ; 

subscription 50 cents; established 1898; F. S. 

Marrs, editor and publisher. 



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DI VERNON, Sangamon Co. n 1,106 
pop., on Illiuois Central Kd., 18 m. S. of 
Springfield, the county seat and State capi- 
tal. Coal mining. 

NEWS; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription ^1; established 
August, 1899; I S. Dunn, editor and pub- 
lisher (. 1—8 ). 

DIXON, c. h., Lee Co. ti r,9l7t pop., 
on Illinois Central and Chicago & North-