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H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISlNiQ CO. 



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Circulation Into The Homes 



of those accustomed to buying by mail and answering 
advertisements is the only kind that is profitable to 
mail order buyers. Add to this bona fide yearly 
paid-in-advance circulation and the value of the medium 
is greatly enhanced. 

SUCH IS THE CHARACTER OF THE 
CIRCULATION OF 

The Vickery & HiU List 

The American Woman 

and Good Stories "' u^r^T- 

The esteem in which these papers are held by their 
subscribers is due to the fact that the reading matter 
we give them is the kind they want — the kind 
they are willing and glad to pay for and this in- 
sures the papers being read. 

IT FOLLOWS, THEN, THAT ADVERTISERS ARE ASSURED 
OF HAVING THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS READ 

The Vickery & Hill Publications are used contin- 
uously by all the most successful mail order advertisers 
and *' keyed'* advertisements have proven them 
paying mediums of the first class. 



No mail order advertiser can thoroughly know 

the pulling power of his advertising copy 

w^ithout usin^ this ^reat list of publications 



The Vickery & Hill Publishing Co, 

AUGUSTA, MAINE 



E. H. BROWN C. D. COLMAN 

Boyce Bld^., Chicago 




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H. W. Kastor & Sons 



Newspaper and 
Magazine 



Directory 




The Leading Papers and Periodicals of 
this Country, Canada, etc. 



1906-1907 



Published by 

H. W. Kastor & Sons Advertising Company 

St. Louis Kansas City Chicago 



H. W. KASTOB & SOtJS ADVERTISING CO. 





THE 

NEW YORK 
MAGAZINE 

Makes Cheerful Advertisers 
as well as Cheerful Readers 



The source of good cheer to advertisers is RESULTS. 
The NEW YORK MAGAZINE taps the source of 
RESULTS in 173,000 hemes of people made cheerful, 
contented and happy by reading the NEW YORK MAG- 
AZINE, " the Magazine of Cheerfulness." 

The high character of the NEW YORK MAGAZINE, 
as shown in its contents, is an index to the character of its 
admiring readers. 

The high standing of the advertisers who use its columns 
is likewise a sure index to the profitable character of its 
circulation. 

You can employ the NEW YORK MAGAZINE the 
coming year with full confidence that results will be satisfactory 
to you, and more. 

5i-HM25 173,000 as 

ADVERTISING RATE, 90c PER LINE 
THE NEW YORK MAGAZINE 

W. J. KENNEDY, Advertising Manager 

7 13-7 18 Temple Court 1 12-1 14 Dearborn St 
NEW YORK CHICAGO 





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IIVTRODUCTORY 




In collecting the data for this 1906-7 edition of our Newspaper 
and Magazine Directory every effort has been made to see that it 
is reliable. In this we have been as successful as conditions pecu- 
liar to the publishing business permit. Manifestly it would be an 
utter impossibility to keep out a few minor inaccuracies, taking into 
consideration the vast number of publications and in some instances 
the hardship to get at actual facts so far as circulation is concerned.? 
In the main, however, the circulation quotations of the various pub-' 
lications listed are accurate and dependable, and will be a trust- 
worthy guide to any advertiser. 

In giving the population of the various cities and towns listed, we 
have made a special effort to bring this edition of our Directory up to 
date. Where formerly we quoted from the last government census, 
this year we have, in the case of cities of over 10,000, given the 
population according to the more recent city directories, school or 
police census. 

However, accurate as the information herein contained is, and 
invaluable as it will prove itself to any advertiser in planning his 
campaign and selecting paying media, this Directory will fail of 
its greatest possibilities without the supplementary aid of our per- 
fect organization. For it would be impractical to set forth in a 
Directory the many things an advertiser should know regarding the 
publications in which his advertising appears — the general character 
of each publication's circulation, its probable pulling power for any 
specific proposition, etc. Such detailed information can only be 
gained by actual experience, and it is in the supplying of such in- 
formation that our perfectly equipped agency can be of the greatest 
service to the advertiser. In this, as in all matters pertaining to 
promoting and successfully advertising any business, we wish you 
to feel at perfect liberty in consulting us. Our suggestions and 
advice are yours for the asking. 

We earnestly trust that this 1906-7 edition of our Directory 
will be of material help to many advertisers and that we may be 
given the opportunity of demonstrating that our services will be a 
source of profit to you in conducting any advertising campaign. 

H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 



H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 



The Standard Mail Order Publications 






SAWYER'S 



WITH THE 



FIRESIDE GEM and 
AMERICAN NATION 



COMPRISING 



THE SAWYER TRIO 

One Million Circulation 

^}h\^ I^ an Agate Line 

^.^ THE HOME QUEEN 






300,000 Circulation 

$1 an Agate Line 

Never falling result and reply producers. 
Read by a thrifty well-to-do class, who 
find In these publications just what they 
want In reading matter. 

The best edited, best Illustrated, low- 
priced papers published. Used constantly 
by the successful mall order advertisers- 
large and small. 

Sample copies for the asking. Write 
nearest office for additional Information. 

THE SAWYER PUBLISHING CO. 

Waterviile, Maine 

Temple Court Building, New York 
Unity Building, Chicago 



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Commendatory 




^s^HE success of an advertising 
agency is in a large measure 
reflected in the esteem in which 
j^^^ it is held by the pubhshers 
^^^ with whom it has constant busi- 
ness connectidns. Therefore, 
it is with a certain justifiable pride that we 
print on the margins of the pages throughout 
this Directory the opinions of many of the 
best known publishers of the country. 

These testimonials of our ability, integrity 
and commercial standing should have consid- 
erable weight in emphasizing the important 
fact that an agency which stands well with 
and has the confindence of the newspaper and 
magazine fraternity is in position to request 
many favors for its clients which, jhe. publish- 
ers readily grant. 

For these kindly expressions of regard we 
here wish to cordially thank these publishers 
and to assure them of our earnest desire to 
continue indefinitely such pleasant business 
relations. 

Our thanks are also due these and the 
other publishers who furnished us with the 
reliable data for the compilation of this edition 
of our Directory. 

H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADV. CO. 



H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 



The Most for the Money 

The farmer Is a stickler for getting the most for 
his money. So he Is not slow to grasp the 
fact that for 20 cents a year he gets, in the 

METROPOUTAN AND 

RURAL HOME 

"The National A^ricuhural Monthly" 

more than he has ever had In quantity of 
matter, and in quality the best that the best 
authorities in agricultural matters can give 
him. That la why we are getting hundreds 
of flve-year subscriptions a day from sample 
copies alone, besides 1,500 to 2,000 annual sub- 
scriptions dally, and why there are now 

300,000 Farmers 

on our list. Every issue is a special number 
of special Interest. Each of them the best, we 
believe, ever published by a strictly agricul- 
tural paper. 

The Rukal Home is the farmer's best In- 
strument and It is also for the advertiser who 
wants to reach the intelligent farmers of 
America. Send for sample copy and further 
Information to 

W. J. KENNEDY. Advertising Manager 

718 Temple Court 112 Dearborn Street 

NEW YORK CHICAGO 

Adrfress H W. Kastor & Solis Adv. Co. for full Information and rates 



NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 



INDE.X 

Introductory 5 

Commendatory 7 

Leading Publications 17 

Leading Religious Papers 408 

Leading Sunday Papers 432 

Leading Magazines, Agricultural, Religious and Secular Monthlies and 

Weeklies, with advertising rates 455 

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Page 

American Family Journal 579 

American Farmer 586 

American Household 582 

American Woman 2 

Appeal to Reason 527 

Apple Specialist 502 

Arkansas Democrat 549 

At Home Magazine 588 

Atlanta Constitution 503 

Atlanta Georgian 469 

Atlanta Journal 499 

Atlantic Monthly 507, 539 

Bay City Times 542 

Bee Hive 575 

Big Four Railway 520 

Binghamton Press Leader 468 

Birmingham Age Herald 558 

Birmingham Ledger 547 

Blooded Stock 584 

Bob Taylor's Magazine 559 

Boston Herald 13 

Boston Traveler 468 

Boyce Blade and Ledger 66, 70 

Breeder's Gazette 523 

Broadway Magazine 528 

Brooks Magazine Syndicate 537, 538 

Buffalo Express 477 

Buffalo News 468 

Business Man's Magazine. . .465, 466 
Calkins Newspaper Syndicate. . .511 

Capper Publications 485 

Central Baptist 533 

Chattanooga News 469, 470 

Chicago Examiner, bet. pp. 66 & 67 

Chicago Household Guest 471 

Chicago Inter Ocean 474 

Chicago Journal 15 

Christian Evangelist 585 

Christian Quarterlies 585 

Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.. .508 
Cincinnati Enquirer ... .Back Cover 

Clinton Advertiser 475 

Colman's Rural World 495 

Colorado Springs Telegraph 501 

Columbia State 469 

Comfort 16 

Commoner 564 

Contra Costa Standard 511 

Dallas News 498 

Denver Rocky Mt. News 489 

Denver Times 489 

Des Moines Register and Leader . 480 
Detroit Times 481 



Page 

Deutsche Hausfrau 521 

Deutsche Warte 510 

Dignam's Magazine 475 

Duluth News-Tribune 469 

Ellis C. E. &Co 4,8 

Elmira Telegram 470 

Enthusiasm 488 

Erie Railway Employee's Mag .566 

Evansville Journal-News 535 

Family Doctor 546 

Farmer 490 

Farmer's Call 570 

Farm Life 529 

Farmers Mail and Breeze 485 

Farm Money Maker 569 

Farm News 480 

Farm Press 583 

Farmers Tribune 583 

Farmers Voice 500 

Farmer's Wife 490 

Poland, J. E 562 

Fort Worth Citizen 568 

Fort Worth (S-W.) Farmer and 

Breeder 568 

Fort Worth Live Stock Reporter.568 

Freie Presse, Lincoln 482 

Fruit Grower 549 

Gaiennie Adv. Co 565 

Galveston News 498 

Gates List 531 

Gleaner 584 

Good Literature, between pp. 258-259 

Good Stories 2 

Grass Daily Valley Tidings 511 

Greeley Printery 555, 556 

Green's Fruit Grower 560 

Gunter's Magazine 487 

Hand, Knox & Cone Co 483 

Harmsworth Self-Educator Mag..548 

Haus und Bauernfreund 510 

Hearthstone 536 

Holland's Magazine 14 

Home Friend 563 

Homefolks, between pp. 66 and 67 

Home Instructor 550 

Home Life 561 

Home Magazine 524 

Home Queen 6 

Household 485 

Illustrated Companion 467 

Immigrationist 560 

Indianapohs Sun 491 



H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING 00. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS-Continucd 



Page 

Inland Farmer 540 

Iowa State Register and Farmer .505 

Iron Mountain Railway 589 

Kansas City Drovers Telegram . . 525 

Kansas City Journal 12 

Kansas City Post 484 

Kansas City Star 464 

Kansas City Times 464 

Kimball & Patterson 533 

Kvinden og Hjemmet 543 

Ladies' Favorite Magazine 522 

Ladies' Magazine 530 

Lane's List 593 

Lincoln Freie Presse 482 

Little Rock Gazette 469 

Lupton'sList.between pp.258 and 259 

Mail Order Monthly 513 

Memphis Commercial Appeal 468, 470 

Memphis News Scimitar 505 

Meridian Dispatch 576 

Meridian Star 551 

Metropolitan and Rural Home . . 8 

Milwaukee Germania 510 

Milwaukee Herold 510 

Milwaukee Rundschau 510 

Milwaukee Sonntags Post 510 

Minneapolis Tribune 472 

Mississippi Blaetter 476 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer. . . .545 

Missouri Pacific Railway 580 

Missouri Valley Farmer 485 

Modern Priscilla 488 

Modern Stories, betw'n pp.258 and 259 

Modern Woodman 473 

Nat'n'l Farmer and Stock Grower 517 
National Live Stock Reporter. . .525 
National List of Mail Order Me- 
diums 483 

National Tribune 470 

Nevada City Transcript 511 

New Age Magazine 534 

New Era Monthly 587 

New Orleans Item 469 

Newport News Times-Herald 469 

New York Magazine 4 

Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch 469 

Normal Instructor 523 

N. W. Agriculturist 527 

Northwestern Farmer 493 

Orchard and Farm 511 

Our Young Folks 585 

Pacific Miner 511 

Pandex of the Press 511 

Park's Floral Magazine 532 

Pennsylvania Grit 470 

People'sHomeJournal.bet.p. 258-259 

People's Popular Monthly 554 

Peoria Herald Transcript 542 

Peoria Star 486 

Pittsburg Dispatch 545 

Pittsburg Post 468 

Pittsburg Sun 468 

Prairie Farmer 510 



Page 

Presbyterian Banner 533 

Primary Plans 523 

Pueblo Chieftain 494 

Pueblo Star Journal 469 

Pythian Chronicle 511 

Quincy Record 509 

Ranch and Range 591 

Reader Magazine 518 

Record of Christian Work 533 

Religious Press Advertising Syn- 

. dicate 514, 515 

Richmond Evening Journal 470 

Rocky Mountain Magazine 516 

Roof Tree Magazine 577 

Round Table 585 

Rural Magazine 567 

St. Joseph Fruit Grower 549 

St. Joseph News-Press 468 

St. Joseph Stock Yards Journal .553 

St. Louis Anzeiger 476 

St. Louis S.-W. Star 498 

St. Louis Westliche Post 476 

St. Louis World 571 

Salt Lake Inter-Mountain Repub- 
lican 581 

Salt Lake Tribune 592 

San Antonio Express 535 

Sanders Engraving Co 573, 574 

Savannah Press 470 

Sawyer's Trio 6 

Selah-Patterson Co 496, 497 

Selah-Patterson Co. List 496, 497 

Smith & Thompson. . .468, 469, 470 

Southern Home Journal 576 

Southern Ruralist 551 

South Omaha Journal-Stockman 525 

Spare Moments 519 

Strand Magazine 492 

Successful Agriculture 513 

Successful Farming 557 

Teacher's World 523 

Ten Story Book 506 

Theater Programs 565 

Times Magazine 504, 544 

Topeka Capital 485 

Travel Magazine 541, 572 

Trenton Times 468 

Truckee Republican 511 

Twentieth Century Review 552 

Underwood Typewriter Co 578 

Up-to-Date Farming 11 

Utica Saturday G\obe .' . .470 

Vickery & HiU List 2 

Welcome Guest 530 

Westminster 533 

Wholesale and Retail Review — 511 

Wide World " 492 

Woman's Gazette 564 

Woman's Farm Journal 479 

Woman's Magazine 478 

Woman's World, bet. pp. 66 and 67 

World's Events Magazine. 526 

World To-day 512 




H. W. KASTOR, 
Founder ^f H. W. Kastor & Sons Advertising Co. 




LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN 



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1906-07 



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NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 




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A Statement of Circulation for 



Up-to-Date Farming 



COVERING ONE YEAR 



Be^innin^ October 1, 1906 

Oct. 1 and 15 each 172,500 Mar. 1 and 15 each 235,000 

Nov.l - 185,000 Apr.l " 15 " 247,000 

Nov. 15 - 300,000 Mayl 

Dec. 1 and 15 each 197,000 June 1 
Jan. 1 •• 15 " 210,000 July 1 

Feb. 1 . 222.500 Aug.l 
Feb. 15 .■ 300,000 Sept. 1 

September 15 - 300,000 

Ending September 13, 1907 




15 • 


' 250,000 


15 • 


• 250,000 


15 • 


• 250,000 


15 • 


• 262.500 


. 


275.000 



We guarantee to give the circulation for each 
issue as stated. This schedule will easily double the 
returns from this peerless paper. It already enjoys 
an enviable reputation as a giver of good results. 




CONTRACT AT PRESENT RATE 
Rates will be advanced 



Up-to-Date Farming 



INDIANAPOLIS 



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THE 



Kansas City Journal 

Established 1854 
SUNDAY AND WEEKLY 

275,000 CIRCULATION 

48c A LINE FLAT 



Daily and Sunday Editions — Circulation 70,000 

CLIENTELE. Its readers represent the oldest and most 
prosperous families in Kansas City and vicinity, with whom it is 
so popular that they pay twice as much for it as for any other 
local paper. 

TERRITORY. Kansas City is the largest implement vehicle 
center in the world, the largest primary wheat market, the second 
largest live stock market, has the seventh largest bank deposits in 
the country, and stands as the gate-way to the Southwest, whose 
farm products alone last year amounted to one thousand million 
dollars. 

NEWS FEATtlRES. It carries nearly three times as many tel- 
egraph item»s, twice as many local items, more than twice as many 
market and financial items, nearly three times as many sporting 
items, more society items and more items of general household 
Interest than any other local paper, and is the only one having a 
railroad department, a colored supplement and magazine section, 
hitherto unpublished serials, short stories and daily fashion notes. 

Weekly Edition — Circulation 205,000 

CLIENTELE. The best farmers, stockmen and fruit growers 
of the Southwest and Middle West. 

CHARACTER. Such a result producer for mail orders that it 
is used in nearly all experimental campaigns. 
RATES 
DAILY AND SUNDAY DISPLAY RATES 

Less than 2,500, per agate line 12^c 

2,500 to 5,000 lines 10c 

5,000 to 10,000 lines 9c 

10,000 lines or over 8c 

No display advertising accepted for less than 7 agate lines. 

Weekly, 40c a line flat. Combination rate. Sunday and Weekly, 
48c per agate line flat. Guaranteed circulation 275,000. 

FURTHER INFORMATION. Book of illustrated statistics re- 
garding the territory covered, rate card, sample copies and other 
information furnished on request. 

W. G. BRYAN, Adv. Mgr. HAL GAYLORD, Gen'l Mgr. 

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, Kansas City, Mo. 

HAND, KNOX 4 CONE CO., Publisher's Direct Representatives 
Temple Court Bldg., NEW YORK Boyce Bldg., CHICAGO 



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In Every Sense — 
From Every Point 
of View — New 
England's Great- 
est New^spaper, 




HORACE M. FORD 

Western Representative 
Marquette Building CHICAGO 



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H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 




What Do You 

Know About 

the 

Great 
Southwest? 

Little enough, 
probably 



If you are an advertiser, you ought to know more than 
a little about the one-third portion of the United States 
which has richer farm lands than any other. 

You Ou^ht To Be Seeking Business There. 

Do you want to know the best way ? 
Here is a magazine which is solidly rooted with all 
classes in the cities, towns and villages of the South- 
west — men, women — yes, even the children. 
That magazine is 

Holland's Magazine 

and there is no rival to it. It is gaining subscribers 

and advertisers at a rate which proves that it has 

struck the right chord, and is selling goods. 

Why aren't you in its columns? 

You need only test us to discover mighty good reasons 

to take liberal space. 

Let us send you copies and notice the list of advertisers 

who are with us. Write today. 

Texas Farm & Ranch Publishing Co. 

DALLAS. TEXAS 

S. E. Leith, Eastern Representative, 150 Nassau Street, New York 

Robt. S. Fountain, Western Representative, 1619 Manhattan Bldg., Chicago 

C. A. Cour, Special Representative, 3550 Vista Avenue, St. Louis 



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NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 



15 



ESTABLISHED 1844 



CHICAGO'S BEST EVENING 
NEWSPAPER 




It is making greater gains in advertising 
and circulation than any other Chicago 
newspaper. 

In circulation it has a guaranteed average 
exceeding 

85,000 Daily 

In advertising it stands in third place, 
according to the advertising reports of the 
Chicago Daily News, and thrice this year 
has been in second place. 

Chicago city circulation, reasonable rates 
and results tell the story of The Journal's 
success. 

For advertising rates and information in 
regard to position and location of advertise- 
ments or any other facts about The Journal, 
address 

CHICAGO JOURNAL CO. 

1 1 7 MARKET STREET 



Eastern Representatives 

La Coste & Maxwell 
140 Nassau St., New York 



"Western Representative 
G. S. Osborn 
Tribune Building, Chicago 



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H. W. KASTOB & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 



One Mil/ion and a Quarter Copies 
ofererff issue of (^i^^^^ 
ffo outinrapped 
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To put out a Million 
and a Quarter copies of a mag- 
azine even in bundles of dozens, fifties and 
undreds would be quite a task. But few 
People realize the immense amount of detail 
work entailed in mailing a Million and a Quarter 
copies of a magazine, each copy in a separate 
wrapper to just that number of individuals. 
Yet this is done by COMFORT every month, 
year in and year out. Further, the copies are 
routed according to Post-offices and States, and 
are sorted and sacked in such a way that they 
go direct to their destination practically without 
handling by the Post-office, other than to trans- 
port and deliver. COMFORT employees do a 
large portion of the work which would otherwise 
be done by the Post-office. This is done to ex- 
pedite the transmission and delivery of 
copies of COMFORT and insure the 
vertiser getting quick returns. It's 
"the every copy in a separate wrapper" 
feature of COMFORT'S circulation 
which largely explains the splendid results 
which advertisers get who use its col- 
umns. Ask any advertising agent about 
COMFORT, or write to 

W. H. GANNETT. Pub., Inc. 

AUGUSTA, MAINE 

New York, 1 1 05 Flatiron BIdg. Chicago, 1 635 Marquette BIdg. 



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Members of the Firm of 
H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 



Leading Dailies, Weeklies and Monthlies 
of the United States and Canada. 

With Circulation of 1,000 and More. 
(Sworn Circulation Statement in Full Faced Type,) 



Alabama 

Population 1,923,284. 

ANNISTON— Pop. 9,998— Calhoun Co.— 

Pop. 34,874. 
Hot Blast (Ind. Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 2,400 

Republic (Dem.), W 2,315 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,200 

Times (Ind. Dem.), weekly edition 

of Hot Blast 3,300 

ATHENS— Pop. 1,010 —Limestone Co. — 
Pop. 22,387. 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

ATTALIA— Pop. 1,692— Etowah Co.— Pop. 
27,361. 
Mirror (Ind.), W 1.100 



BESSEMER— Pop. 6,358— Jefferson Co.— 
Pop. 140,420. 

Bessemer Weekly (Ind. Dem.), W. . 1,100 

Herald-Journal (Dem.), W 1 ,000 

Workman (Dem.), W 1,400 

BIRMINGHAM— Pop. 42.100— Jefferson Co. 

—Pop. 140,420. 

Age -Herald (Dem.), every morn 14,833 

Age-Herald (Dem.), Sun 26 000 

Age-Herald (Dem.), W 24,643 

Alabama Medical and Surgical Age, 

M 1,000 

Courier (Ger. Ind.), W 1,500 

Dixie Home (Lit.), M 48,051 

Educational Exchange, M 2,000 

Labor Advocate (Lab.), W 2,000 





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Alabama — Continued 

BIRMINGHAM— Continued. 

Ledger (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 22,302 

Mineral Belt Gazette (Ind.), W 1,220 

News (Dem.),eve.,ex. Sun 20,039 

Times (Rep.), W 3,100 

GADSDEN— Pop. 4,282— Etowah Co.— Pop. 
27,361. 

Times News (Dem.), S-W 4,400 

HUNTSVILLE— Pop. 8,068— Madison Co. 
—Pop. 43,702. 

Herald (Dem.) , W 1,520 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,100 

Mercury (Dem.) , morn . , ex. Mon ... 1 ,050 

Mercury (Dem.), W 2,600 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,230 

Republican (Rep.), W .^. . . . 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. .*..... 600 
Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

MOBILE— Pop. 40,686— Mobile Co.— Pop. 
62,740. 

Alabama Staats-Zeitung (Ind.) 1,560 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat 5,100 

Herald (Dem.), Sun. morn 5,100 

Item (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat 7,500 

Item (Dem.), Sun. morn 8,000 

Register (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 8,100 

Register (Dem.), Sun 9,500 

Register (Dem), W 5,700 

MONTGOMERY— Pop. 33,000— Montgom- 
ery Co.— Pop. 72,047. 

Advertiser (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 13,271 

Advertiser (Dem.), Sun 17,003 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 20,232 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 8,400 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 8,350 

OPELIKA — Pop. 4,245 — Lee Co. — Pop. 
31 826 

News (Dem.), W 3,000 

Post (Dem.), W 1,700 











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Alabama— Continued 

OZARK— Pop. 1.570— Dale Co.— Pop 21,189. 
Southern Star (Dem.), W 2,100 

SCOTTSBORO— Pop. 1,014— Jackson Co.— 
Pop. 30,508. 

Citizen (Dem.), W 1,000 

Progressive Age (Dem.), W 2,450 

SELMA — Pop. 8,713 — Dallas Co. — Pop. 
54,657. 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Journal (Dem.), Sun 1,000 

Record (Ind.), W 2,100 

Times (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,000 

Times (Dem.), W 1,050 

TUSKEGEE— Pop. 2,170— Macon Co.— 
Pop. 23,126. 
News (Dem.), W 1,250 

Alaska 

Population 63,441. 

JUNEAU— Pop. 1,864 — So. Dist. — 33,023. 
Alaska Dispatch (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,000 

Alaska Dispatch (Ind.), Sun 2,800 

Record-Miner (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,000 

NOME— Pop. 12,486— No. Dist., 30,569. 

Gold Digger (Rep.), W 1,000 

News (Rep.), S-W 1,250 

Nugget (Ind.), S-W 2,200 

SITKA— Pop. 1,396— So. Dist., 33,023. 
Alaskan (Ind.), W 1,000 

SKAGWAY— Pop. 3,117— So. Dist. 33,023. 

Alaskan (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Guide (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 











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Arizona 

Population 122,931. 

BISBEE— Pop. 6,000— Cochise Co.— Pop. 

9,251. 
Bisbee Review (Ind.), morn., ex. 

Mon 2,100 

Bisbee Review (Ind.), Sun 2,250 

Miner (Rep.), eve., ex. Sat 1,200 

Miner (Rep.), Sun 1,450 



FLORENCE— Pop. 700— Pinal Co.— Pop. 
6,884. 
Tribune (Rep.), W 1,050 



NOGALES— Pop. 1,761— Santa Cruz Co.— 
Pop, 4,545. 
Oasis(Rep.), W 2,000 



PHOENIX— Pop. 5,544— Maricopa Co.— 

Pop. 21,352. 

Enterprise (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 2,800 

Gazette (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 3,100 

Gazette (Rep.), AV 2,820 

Republican (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. 6,500 

Republican (Rep.), Sun 6,600 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,400 

Southwestern Stockman, Farmer 

and Feeder (Stock), W 3,700 



TOMBSTONE — Pop. 646 — Cochise Co.— 
Pop. 9,251. 

Epitaph (Dem.), W 1,100 

Prospector (Dem.), W 1,050 

TUCSON — Pop. 7,531 — Pima Co. — Pop. 
14,689. 

Citizen (Rep.) , eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Citizen (Rep.), W 2,000 

Post (Rep.), W 1,400 

Star (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 2,000 

Star (Dem.), Sun 2,000 











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Arkansas 

Population 1,366,119. 

ARGENT A— Pop 2,739 -Pulaski Co.— Pop. 
63,170. 

News-Sentinel (Dem.), W 1 ,650 

Times (Dem.), W 3,100 

ARKADELPHIA— Pop. 2,739— Clark Co.— 
Pop. 21,289. 

Siftings Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

Southern Standard 1 ,560 

AUSTIN — Pop. 196 — Lonoke Co. — Pop. 
22,544. 
Grit (Dem.), W 1,000 

BATESVILLE— Pop. 2,327— Independence 
Co.— Pop. 22,557. 

Bee (Dem.), W 1,000 

Guard (Dem.), W 2,340 • 

BEEBE— Pop. 904— White Co.— Pop. 24,684 
News (Dem.), W 1,750 

BENTON — Pop. 898 — Saline Co. — Pop. 
13,122. 
Times Courier (Dem.), W 1,100 

BENTON VILLE— Pop. 1,843— Benton Co. 
—Pop. 31,611. 

A. O. U. W. Guide (Frat.), M 5,000 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,550 

CONWAY— Pop. 2,003— Faulkner Co.— Pop. 
20,780. 

Log Cabin (Dem.), W 1,600 

Times (Dem.), W 1,100 

EL DORADO— Pop. 1,069— Union Co.— 
Pop. 22,495. 
Tribune (Dem.), W 1,150 









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Arkansas— Continued 

EUREKA SPRINGS— Pop. 3,572 —Carroll 
Co.— Pop. 18,848. 
Times (Rep.), W 2,000 

FAYETTEVILLE— Pop. 4,061— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 33,256. 

Review (Rep.), W 1,350 

Sentinel ((Dem.), W 1,500 



FORT SMITH— Pop. 11,587— Sebastian Co. 
—Pop. 36,935. 
Arkansas Fruit Grower(Fruit Cult.), 

M 1,000 

Commercial Reporter (Com.), Q 16,000 

Elevator (Dem.), Fri., W 7,300 

News Record (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat . . 3,780 

News-Record (Dem.), Sun 3,900 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat 3,600 

Union Sentinel (Lab.), W 1,450 



GREENWOOD— Pop. 491— Sebastian Co.— 
Pop. 36,935. 
Democrat (Dem.), W 1,540 

HARRISON — Pop. 1,551 — Boone Co. — 
Pop. 16,396. 
Times (Dem.), W 2,200 

HOT SPRINGS— Pop. 9,973— Garland Co. 

—Pop. 18,773. 

Echo (Rep.), W 1,500 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,240 

News (Dem.), W 1,200 

Sentinel-Record (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 1,500 

Thomas Cat (Humor) , W 2,500 



IMBODEN— Pop. 421— Lawrence Co.— Pop. 
14,491. 

Our Country (Agri.).M 1,000 

Spring River News (Dem.) , W 1 ,300 







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JONESBORO— Pop. 4,508— Craighead Co. 

—Pop. 19,505. 
Times-Enterprise (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

Times-Enterprise (Dem.) W 2,600 

Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,200 

IJTTLE ROCK— Pop. 42,036— Pulaski Co. 

—Pop. 63,179. 

Arkansas Echo (Ger. Dem.), 2,000 

Arkansas School Journal, M 3,000 

Arkansas Staats-Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), 

W 1,800 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 9,400 

Gazette (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 10,795 

Gazette (Dem.), Sun 14,379 

Gazette (Dem.), W 7,350 

Homestead (Agri.), M 10,500 

State Republican (Rep.), W 5,400 

Union Label Bulletin (Lab.) , W 1 ,300 

MAGNOLIA— Pop. 1,614— Columbia Co.— 
Pop. 22,077. 

Banner (Dem.), W 1,300 

News (Dem.), W 1 ,000 

MALVERN— Pop. 1,582— Hot Springs Co. 
—Pop. 12,748. 

Meteor (Dem.), W 1,000 

Times Journal (Dem.) , W 1 ,050 

MAMMOTH SPRING— Pop. 717— Fulton 
Co.— Pop. 12,917. 

Monitor (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Monitor (Dem.), W 1,400 

MENA— Pop. 3,423— Polk Co.— Pop. 18,352. 

News-Democrat (Dem.) , W 1 ,340 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 700 

Star (Dem.), W 1,500 

MORRILTON— Pop. 1,707— Conway Co.— 
—Pop. 19,772. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Headlight (Dem.), W 1,000 



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Arkans as — Continued 

MOUNTAIN HOME— Pop. 364— Baxter Co. 
—Pop. 9,298. 
Citizen (Dem.), W 1,550 



NEWPORT — Pop. 2,866 — Jackson Co. — 
Pop. 18,383. 
Herald (Dem.), Morn., ex. Mon. . . . 

Herald (Dem.), W....'. 1,100 

Independent (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 

Independent (Ind.),"W 1,600 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

News (Dem.), W 1,050 

PARAGOULD— Pop. 3,324— Greene Co.— 
Pop. 16,979. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Soliphone (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Soliphone (Dem.), W 2,600 



PINE BLUFF— Pop. 11,496— Jefferson Co. 
—Pop. 40,972. 

Commercial (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. .. 1,650 

Commercial (Dem.), W 2,500 

Graphic (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat 1,600 

Graphic (Dem.), Sun 1,600 

Herald (Rep.), Negro, W 1 ,500 

Press-Eagle (Dem.) , W 1 ,450 

SEARCY— Pop. 1,995— White Co.— Pop. 
24,864. 

Citizen (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Citizen (Dem.), W 1,250 

Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

SILO AM SPRINGS— Pop. 1,748— Benton 
Co.— Pop. 31,611. 
Herald Democrat^Dem.) , W 2,000 

STUTTGART— Pop. 1 ,258— Arkansas Co.— 
Pop. 12,973. 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 





















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Arkansas — Continued 

TEXARKANA— Pop. 4,914— Miller Co.— 

Pop. 17,558. 

Texarkanian (Dem.),eve., ex. Sat... 1,650 

Texarkanian (Dem.), Sun. morn. . . 1,650 

Texarkanian (Dem.), W 2,500 

WARREN— Pop. 954— Bradley Co.— Pop. 
9,651. 
Democrat-News (Dem.) , W 1 ,800 



California 

Population 1,564,286. 

ALAMEDA — Pop. 18,254— Alameda Co.— 
Pop. 130,197. 

Argus (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Encinal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Overland Monthly (Lit.) 68,000 

ANAHEIM— Pop. 1,456— Orange Co.— Pop. 
19,696. 
Gazette (Rep.), W 1,000 

AUBURN— Pop. 2,050— Placer Co.— Pop. 
16,480. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

Republican Argus (Dem.), W 1,000 

BAKERSFIELD— Pop. 4,836— Kern Co.— 
Pop. 15,786. 

Californian (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 1,800 

Californian (Dem.) W 1 ,300 

Echo (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,000 

Echo(R(?p.),W 1,000 

BERKELEY— Pop. 13,214— Alameda Co. 
—Pop. 130,197. 
Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,900 

CHICO— Pop. 2.640— Butte Co. — Pop. 
17,117. 

Enterprise (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,000 

Record (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun. . . . 1,000 



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Sun (Dem.), Fri., W 1,400 






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Pop. 



GRIDLEY— Pop. 1,224— Butte Co. 
17,117. 
Herald (Ind.), W 1,100 



HALF MOON BAY— Pop. 2,929— King's Co. 
—Pop. 9,871. 
Coast Advocate Pennant (Ind.), W. 1,000 

HANFORD— Pop. 2,929— King's Co.— Pop. 

9,871. 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,300 

Western Bee Journal (Bee &Agri.), 

M 3,000 

LOS ANGELES— Pop. 116,420— Los An- 
geles Co.— Pop. 170,298. 

Builder and Contractor 1,400 

California Cultivator (Agri.), W.. . . 11,200 

Capital (Soc), W 7,000 

Examiner (Dem.), every morn . 32,500 

Examiner (Dem.), Sun 32,500 

Express (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 25,000 

Fruit World (Agri.), W 10,000 

Germania (Ger. Ind.), 2,000 

Graphic (Soc), W 4,000 

Herald (Rep.), morn 26,170 

Herald (Rep.), Sun 32,800 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,600 

Live Stock Tribune (Stock), M. . . . 3,400 
Los Angeles Journal (Com.)., morn. 

and eve., ex. Sun 5.000 

Los Angeles Mining Review, W 3,000 

Mirror (Rep.), W 

Oil Mining and Finance (Fin.), W . 2,500 

Out West (Lit.), M 12,000 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 23,630 

Rural Calif ornian (Agri.), M 6,500 

Saturday Post (Fam.), W. 11,500 

Southern California Practitioner, M. 1,500 
Sued California Post (Ger. Ind.),W. 1,250 

Times (Ind.), Rep., morn 51,594 

Times (Ind.), Rep., Sun 71,520 

Union Labor News (Lab.), W 11,100 

Western Empire (Agri.), M 30,000 



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California — Continued 

MARYSVILLE— Pop. 3,497— Yuba Co.— 
Pop. 8,620. 

Appeal (Ind. Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,500 

Appeal (Ind. Rep.), S-W 2,000 

Democrat (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Democrat (Ind.), S-W 1,050 



MODESTO— Pop. 2,024— Stanislaus Co.— 
Pop. 9,550. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,250 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

News (Dem.), W 1,400 

NAPA CITY— Pop. 4,036— Napa Co.— Pop. 
16,451. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,000 

Register (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 650 

Register (Rep.), W 1,000 



NEVADA CITY— Pop. 3,250— Nevada Co. 
—Pop. 17,789. 
Transcript (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,100 



OAKLAND— Pop. 70,386— Alameda Co.— 
Pop. 130,197. 

Enquirer (Ind. Rep.) ,eve.,ex. Sun. 10,000 

Enquirer (Ind. Rep.), W 2,650 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 7,600 

Industrial News (Ind.), W 3,100 

Journal (Ger. Ind.), W 1,650 

Saturday Press (Lit.), W 1,628 

Times (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 4,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 25,091 

Tribune (Rep.), Sun, morn 

Tribune (Rep.), W 7,307 

PASADENA— Pop. 9,117— Los Angeles Co. 
—Pop. 170,298. 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

News (Rep.), W 1,000 

Star (Rep.), eve. ex. Sun 2,927 



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California— Continued 

PETALUMA— Pop. 3,871— Sonoma Co. — 
Pop. .38,480. 

Argus (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Argus (Rep.), S-W 1,200 

Courier (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Courier (Dem.) Sun 1,400 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,400 

POMONA— Pop. 5,526— Los Angeles Co.— 
Pop. 170,298. 

Progress (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Review (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,560 

REDDING— Pop. 2,946— Shasta Co.— Pop. 
17,318. 
Free Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,000 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,2,50 

Searchlight (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . 1,-300 
Searchlight (Dem.), S-W 1,250 

REDLANDvS— Pop. 4,797— San Bernardino 
Co.— Pop. 27,929. 

Citrograph (Rep.), W 1,000 

Facts (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Review (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 1,500 
Review (Rep.), W 1,000 

REDWOOD CITY— Pop. 1,653— San Mateo 
Co.— Pop. 12,094. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

Times-Gazette (Rep.), W 1,200 

RIVERSIDE— Pop. 7,973— Riverside Co.— 

Pop. 17,897. 
Enterprise (Ind. Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 2,050 

Enterprise (Ind. Dem.), Sun 2,050 

Enterprise (Ind. Dem.), S-W 1,200 

Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,.350 

Press and Horticulturist (Hort. and 

Agri.),S-W 1,000 

SACRAMENTO— Pop. 30,152— Sacramento 
Co.— Pop. 45,915. 
Bee (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 12,192 







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California — Continued 

SACRAMENTO— Continued. 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,050 

News (Ind. Rep.), Sun 3,500 

Nord California Htrold und Sacra- 
mento Journal (Ger. Ind.). . . . 1,400 

Oak Park Ledger (Rep.), W 1,100 

Saeramento Star (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,667 

Tribune (Labor), W . 2,500 

Union (Ind.) Rep., morn 7,561 

Union (Ind. Rep,), Sun 7,561 

SALINAS— Pop. 3,304— Monterey Co.— Pop. . 
19,380. 

Democrat (Ind.), W 1 ,000 

Index (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Index (Rep.), W 1,500 

SAN BERNARDINO— Pop. 6,150— San Ber- 
nardino Co.— Pop. 27,929. 

Free Fress (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,000 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,050 

Sun (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 2,000 

Times-Index (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun . 2,200 

Times-Index (Rep.), W 1,300 

SAN DIEGO— Pop. 18,420— San Diego Co. 

—Pop. 35,090. 

News (I oral , W 2,000 

Sued Call fori -ia Deutsche Zcitung 

(Ger. Ind.) 1,000 

San Diegan Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,368 

San Diegan Sun (Dem.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,308 

Union (Rep.), morn 5,560 

Union (Rep.), Sun 6,775 

Union (Rep.), W 2,600 

SAN FRANCISCO— Pop. 355,919- San Fran- 
cisco Co.— Pop. 342,782. 

Abendpost (Ger. Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 6,552 

Abendpost (Ger. Rep.), Sun 7,710 





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C alif ornia — Continued 

SAN FRANCISCO— Continued. 

Abendpost (Ger. Rep.). W 9,000 

Adjuster (Ins.), M 5,000 

Advance (Ind.), W 2,500 

Argonaut (Ind.), Mon. W 16,000 

Bien (Sw.), W 2,800 

Book and News Dealer, M 5,220 

Breeder and Sportsman, W 5,679 

British California (Brit. Inst.), M. . 10,300 

Bulletin (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 60,000 

Bulletin (Ind. Rep.), Sun 50,000 

Butchers and Stock Growers Jour- 
nal (Trade), W 2,100 

California (A. O. U. W.), M 25,000 

California Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), 

morn., ex. Sun 6,900 

California Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), 

Sun 9,200 

California Fruit Grower (Hort. and 

Agri.), W 7,000 

California Journal (Ger. Ind.), W. . 2,115 

California Medical Journal, M 2,400 

California Orchard and Farm ( Agr.) , 

W •... 1,788 

California Staats-Zeitung (Ger, 

Ind.\ wkly ed. Demokrat, W. . . . 6,700 

Call (Rep.), morn 62,451 

Call (Rep.), Sun 88,558 

Call (Rep.), W 12,000 

Chronicle (Ind.), morn 76,836 

Chronicle (Ind)., Sun 92,084 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 32,183 

Commercial News (Com.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,200 

Commercial News (Com.), W 2,300 

Daily News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 2,000 
Dairy and Produce Review (Dairy), 

W 2,000 

Deutsche Vereins-Zt itung (Ger. Sec. 

Soc), W 3,000 

Examiner (Ind.), morn 98,000 

Examiner (Ind.), Sun 150,000 

Examiner (Ind.), W 80,000 

Field Sports (Sports), M 3,400 

Golden State (N. S. G. W.), M 18,210 

Hebrew (Eng. and Ger. Jewish),W. 2,000 



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SAN FRANCISCO— Continued. 

Industrial News (Trade), W 1.100 

Journal of Commerce (Com.), eve., 

ex. Sun 2,038 

Journal of Commerce (Com.), W.. . 2,768 

Labor Clarion (Lab.), W 10,000 

Mining Review (Mining), W 11,600 

Mining and Scientific Press .(Min- 
ing), Sat. W 9,000 

Music and Drama (Music), Sat. W. 2,785 

Nav Age (I. O. O. F.), M 3,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 17,313 

News Letter (Cora, and Lit.), Sat... '17,700 

Overland Monthly (Lit.), M 48,500 

Pacific Coast Journal of Homoe- 
opathy, M 1,000 

Pacific Coast Miner (Min.), W 4,500 

Pacific Druggist (Pharm.), M 1,718 

Pacific Dental Gazette (Dent.), M.. 1,300 

Pacific Medical Journal (Med.), M. 3,000 

Pacific Oil Reporter (Oil), W 2,500 

Pacific Rural Press (Agri.), W 8,689 

Park News (Ind.), W 5,000 

Post (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 22,000 

Post (Ind.), W 4,000 

Recorder (Legal), eve., ex. Sun. .. 5,000 

Retail Grocers' Advocate, W 2,000 

Sonntags Post (Ger. Ind. Rep.). . . . 5,000 

Star (Ind.), Sat. W 11,500 

Sunset Magazine (Lit.), M 62,500 

Tageblatt (Ger. Lab.), W 2,500 

Town Talk (Socy.), W 17,500 

Traveler (Tra. and Sport), M 9,768 

Trestle Board Magazine (Masonic), 

M 15,000 

Vest Kusten (Sw.), W 3,750 

Voice o^ Labor (Ind.), Wed., W.. . . 3,000 

Wasp (Illus. Hum.), Sat. W 20,000 

Wave (Lit.), Sat., W 12,000 

Western Journal of Education, M... 4,000 
Wholesale and Retail Review (Liq. 

Int.), M 3,500 

SAN JOSE— Pop. 22,532— Santa Clara Co.— 
Pop. 60,216. 

California (Ger. Ind.), W 1,200 





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California — Continued 

SAN JOSE— Continued. 

Mercury-Herald (Rep.), morn, and 

eve., ex. Sun 11,207 

Morcury (Rep.), Sun 12,350 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,700 

Pacific Tree & Vine (Agri.), M 9,200 



SAN LUIS OBISPO— Pop. 3,021— San Luis 
Obispo Co.— Pop. 16,637. 

Breeze (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Breeze (Dem.), S-W 1,900 

Tribune (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,200 

SANTA ANA— Pop. 4,933— Orange Co.— 
Pop. 19,696. 

Blade (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Blade (Rep.), W 1,200 

Bulletin (Dem.), W 1,000 



SANTA BARBARA— Pop. 6,587— Santa Bar- 
bara Co.— Pop. 18,934. 
Independent (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun... 1,400 
News (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . . 1,000 

Press (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,300 

Press (Rep.), W 1,000 



SANTA CRUZ— Pop. 5,659— Santa Cruz Co. 
—Pop. 21,512. 

Sentinel (Rep), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 1,300 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,000 

Surf (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,775 

Surf (Ind.), W 1,000 

SANTA ROSA— Pop. 6,673— Sonoma Co.— 

Pop. 38,480. 

Farmer (Agri.), W 1,150 

Press Democrat (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 1,050 

Press Democrat (Dem.), S-W 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,300 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 2,400 











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SEBASTOPOL— Pop. 900— Sonoma Co.— 
Pop. 38,480. 
Times (Ind.), S-W 1.250 



STOCKTON— Pop. 18,430— San Joaquin Co. 
—Pop. 35,452. 

Advocate (Ind. Lab.), W 4,500 

Courier (Ger. Ind.), W 1,000 

Independent (Rep.), morn., ex.- Mon. 3,100 

Independent (Rep.), W 2,700 

Mail (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,700 

Mail (Dem.), W 4,000 

News (Rep.), W 2,000 

Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Record (Rep.), W . 2,800 



URIAH— Pop. 1,850— Mendocino Co.— Pop. 
20,465. 

Dispatch-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,650 

Times (Ind.), W. 1,000 



VACAVILLE— Pop. 1,220— Solano Co.— 
Pop. 24,143 
Reporter (Rep.), W 1,250 



VALLEJO— Pop. 7,965— Solano Co.— Pop. 
24,143. 

Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1 ,050 

News (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon 1,000 

Times (Dem.\ morn., ex. Mon 800 

Times (Dem.j, W 1 ,000 

VENTURA — Pop. 2,470 — Ventu Caco. — 
Pop. 14,367. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... . 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Free Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 

Free Press (Rep.), W 2,000 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 





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California — Continued 

VISALIA— Pop. 3,085— Tulare Co.— Pop. 
18,375. 

Delta (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,000 

Delta (Rep.), W 1,600 

News (Ind.), W 1,000 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Times (Dem.), W 1,500 

WATSONVILLE— Pop. 3,528— Santa Cruz 
Co.— Pop. 21,512. 
Pajaromian (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... 1,150 
Register (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon.. . 1,500 

WOODLAND— Pop. 2,886— Yolo Co.— Pop. 
13,618. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... . 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Mail (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 800 

Mail (Rep.), W 1,050 

YREKA— Pop. 1,263— Siskiyou Co.— Pop. 
16,962. 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 1,000 

News (Dem.), W 1,200 

YUBA CITY— Pop. 1,448— Sutter Co.— 
Pop. 5,886. 

Farmer (Rep.), W 1,000 

Independent (Dem.), W 1,050 

Colorado 

Population 574,030. 

ASPEN — Pop. 3,303 — Pitkin Co. — Pop. 
7,020. 
Democrat (Dem,), morn., ex. Mon. 1,050 

Times (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,600 

Times (Rep.), W 1,050 

BOULDER— Pop. 6,150— Boulder Co.— Pop. 
21,544. 

Camera (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,000 

News (Pop.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Dem.,) W 1,000 











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BRIGHTSIDE— Pop. 2,100— Jefferson Co.— 
Pop. 9,306. 

Champion News, W 1,500 

Self-Help (Juvenile), W 1,200 



CAMERON— Pop. 500— Teller Co.— Pop. 
29 002 

Crescent (Rep.), W 1,700 

CANON CITY— Pop. 3,775— Fremont Co.— 
Pop. 15,636. 

Clipper (Dem.), S-W 1,000 

Record (Rep.), W 1,850 

Times (Ind.), W 1,300 

COLORADO SPRINGS— Pop. 25,000— El 
Paso Co.— Pop. 31,602. 

Colorado Press (Rep.), W 1,000 

Colorado Tourist (Trav.), W 3,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

' Frontier (Lit.), M 4,900 

Gazette (Rep.), morn 10,000 

Gazette (Rep.), Sun 10,000 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,500 

Labor News (Lab.), W 3,500 

Mining Investor, M 5,500 

Telegraph (Ind. Rtp.), eve 11,750 

Telegraph (Ind. Rep.), Sun 12,000 

CRIPPLE CREEK— Pop. 10,147— Teller Co. 
—Pop. 31,602. 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Star (Ind.), W 1,900 

Times (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon 3,978 

DENVER— Pop. 144,588— Arapahoe Co.— 
Pop. 165,000. 
Argicultural and Live Stock Herald 

(Agri. and Poul.), M 2,000 

A. O. U. W. Record (Frat.), M. . . . 7,600 

Business Woman's Magazine, M... . 20,000 

Clay's Review (Ind.), W 11,000 

Colorado Journal (Ger. Ind.), W. . . 6,500 



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East End Echo (Local), W 


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Field and Farm (Agri.), W 


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Fraternal Union (Frat.), M 


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Herold (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 


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Highland Chief (Loc), W 


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Irrigation Era (Irrig.), M 


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Live Stock Record (Com.), eve., ex. 






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Mining World (Min.), W 


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Ordensblatt Harugari (Ger.), W. . 


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Pacific Woodmen, M 


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Post (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 


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Republican (Rep.), Sun 


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Rocky Mountain Magazine, M 


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Colorado — Continued 

DURANGO— Pop. 3,317— La Plata Co.— 
Pop. 7,016. 

Democrat (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 2,749 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,000 



FLORENCE— Pop. 3,728— Fremont Co.— 
Pop. 15,636. 

Ex Parte (Dem.), W 1,100 

Tribune (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,300 

FORT COLLINS— Pop. 3,054— Larimer Co. 
—Pop. 12,168. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,200 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,800 

Express (Rep.), W 1,750 

GLENWOOD SPRINGS— Pop. 1,350— Gar- 
field Co.— Pop. 5,835. 

Avalanche Echo (Ind.), W 1 ,000 

; Post (Rep.), W 1,000 

GREELEY— Pop. 3,023— Weld Co.— Pop. 
16,808. 

Tribune (Ind.), W 2,250 

LEADVILLE — Pop. 13,076 — Lake Co. — 
Pop. 18,054. 

Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,500 

Herald-Democrat (Ind.), morn 4,500 

Herald-Democrat (Ind.), Sun 4,700 

Western Miner (Mining) , W 2,000 

LOVELAND— Pop. 1,091— Larimer Co.— 
Pop. 12,168. 

Register (Rep.), W 1,100 

Reporter (Rep.), W 1,100 

MONTROSE— Pop. 1,217— Montrose Co.— 
Pop. 4,535. 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,250 

Press (Rep.), W 1,180 











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Colorado — Continued 

OURAY — Pop. 2,196 — Ouray Co. — Pop. 
4,731. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,050 

Plaindealer (Dem.), 1,000 

PUEBLO— Pop. 50,000— Pueblo Co.— Pop. 
64,448. 

Chieftain (Rep.), morn 17,000 

Chieftain (Rep.), Sun 18,000 

Indicator (Rep.), W 2,500 

L'Unione (Ital. Ind.), W 3,000 

Mir Slavonic, W 5,000 

Star-Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 14,000 

Star-Journal (Dem.), Sun 15,500 

Tribune-Press (Col. Rep.) , W 1 ,000 

SALIDA— Pop. 3,722— Chaffee Co. — Pop. 
7,085. 

Mail (Rep.), S-W 1,200 

Record (Rep.), W 1,500 

TELLURIDE— Pop. 2,44&— San Miguel Co. 
—Pop. 5,370. 

Examiner (Rep.), W 1,500 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,200 

TRINIDAD— Pop. 5,345 -Las Animas Co.— 

Pop. 21,848. 

Advertiser (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 1,500 
Chronicle-News (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,600 

Chronicle-News (Rep.), W 1,250 

El Progresso (Dem.), W 1,550 

Monitor (Ind.), W 1,550 

Southern Miner (Ind.), W 1,000 

VICTOR — Pop. 4,986 — Teller Co. — Pop. 
29,002. 

Banner (Rep.), W 2,000 

Record (Ind.), every morning 3,000 

Record (Ind.), W 1,600 

WALSENBURG— Pop. 1,033— Huerfano Co. 
—Pop. 8,395. 

World (Rep.), W 1,000 

Yucca (Dem.). W 1,000 





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Connecticut 

Population 956,789. 

ANSONIA— Pop. 14,220— New Haven Co.— 
Pop. 269,163. 

Sentinel (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,400 

Sentinel (Ind.), W 3,000 

BIRMINGHAM— Pop. 7,930— New Haven 

Co.— Pop. 269,163. 
Transcript (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. and 

Wed 1,550 

Transcript (Ind.), W 1,600 

BRIDGEPORT— Pop. 77,650— Fairfield Co. 
—Pop. 184,203. 

Advocate (Dem.), W 2,450 

Farmer (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 8,000 

Farmer (Dem.), W 4,200 

Herald (Ind.), Sun 22,000 

Post (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 11,000 

Republican-Standard (Rep.), W. . . 2,500 

Roof Tree Magazine (Lit.), M 117,333 

Standard (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,500 

Star (Dem.), W 1,000 

Telegram-Union, morn., ex. Sun. . . 10,171 

BRISTOL— Pop. 6,268— Hartford Co.— Pop. 
195 415 
Press '(Ind.), W 1,750 

DANBURY— Pop. 16,537— Fairfield Co.— 

Pop. 184,203. 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

News (Ind), W 4,500 

New England Medical Monthly and 

Prescription, M 20,000 

DANIELSON— Pop. 2,823— Windham Co.— 
Pop. 46,861. 
Transcript (Rep.), W 1,700 

DEEP RIVER— Pop. 1,484— Middlesex Co. 
—Pop. 41,760. 
New Era (Rep.), W 2,450 



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G onnecticut — Continued 

DERBY— Pop. 7,930— New Haven Co.— 
Pop. 269,163. 

Forester (Frat.), M 12,500 

News-Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 2,100 



EAST HARTFORD— Pop. 6,406— Hartford 
Co.— Pop. 195,415. 
American Enterprise (Ind.), W. . . . 1,550 
Gazette (Loe)., W 1.300 

GREENWICH— Pop. 2,420— Fairfield Co.— 
Pop. 184,203. 

Graphic (Ind.), W 1,200 

News (Ind.), W 1,050 

HARTFORD— Pop. 88,836— Hartford Co.— 
Pop. 195,415. 

Courant (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 11,600 

Courant (Rep.), S-W 10,000 

Examiner (Ind.), W 2,100 

Globe (Ind.), Sun 12,400 

Herold (Ger. Ind.), W 3,500 

Journal (Ind.), Sun 4,500 

Journal of Inebriety, Quar 1,500 

N. E. Poultry Journal (Poul.), M. . 10,000 

Post (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 13,500 

Post (Rep.), S-W 2,816 

Saturday Journal (Ind.) 3,000 

Talks and Tales (Lit.), M 5,000 

Telegram (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun. . 10,400 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 18,031 

Times (Dem.), S-W 9,088 

KILLINGLY— Pop. 4,021— Windham Co.— 
Pop. 46,861. 
Observer (Rep.), W 2,600 

LITCHFIELD— Pop. 1,120— Litchfield Co.— 
Pop. 63,672. 
Enquirer (Rep.), W 1,100 

MANCHESTER— Pop. 10,601— Hartford Co. 
—Pop. 195,415. 

Herald (Rep.), S-W 1,950 

News (Loc), W 2,000 











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Connecticut — Continued 

MERIDEN— Pop. 25,100— New Haven Co. 

—Pop. 269,163. 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 7,750 

Record and Republican (Rep.), 

morn., ex. Sun 7,694 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

School Journal (Edu.), Thurs., W. . 6,000 



MIANUS— Pop. 995— Fairfield Co.— Pop. 
184,203. 
Orchard and Mill (Hort.), Q 2,100 



MIDDLETOWN— Pop. 9,589— Middlesex Co. 
—Pop. 41,760. 
Penny Press (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 7,250 
Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

MILFORD— Pop. 3,783— New Haven Co.— 
Pop. 269,163. 
Citizen (Ind.), W 1,400 

NAUGATUCK— Pop. 10,541— New Haven 
Co.— Pop. 269,163. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,100 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun . 1,850 

NEW BRITAIN— Pop. 28,560— Hartford Co. 
—Pop. 195,415. 

Herald (Tnd.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Osterns Herold (Rep.), Swed., W. . 7,800 
Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,500 

NEW HARTFORD— Pop. 3,424— Litchfield 
Co.— Pop. 63,672. 
Tribune (Ind.), W 1,100 

NEW HAVEN— Pop. 114,800— New Haven 
Co.— Pop. 269,163. 

Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.), W 1 ,300 

Commercial Record (Com.), W 2,200 

Connecticut Farmer (Agri.), W. . . 10,000 
Connecticut Freie Presse (Ind.), W 1,200 







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Connecticut — Continued 

NEW HAVEN— Continued. 

Hermanns-Sohn (Frat.,Ger.), W. . . . 1,100 
II Corriere del Connecticut (Ital. 

Rep.),W 2,700 

Journal and Courier (Rep.), morn., 

ex. Sun 5,050 

Journal (Rep.), W 5,000 

Leader (Rep,), eve., ex. Sun 8,500 

Leader (Rep.), Sun 12,600 

Mother's Journal (Fam.), morn., M.. 10,000 

Palladium (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. . . 8,000 

Palladium (Rep.), W 2,100 

Register (Dem.),eve.,ex. Sun 14,583 

Register (Dem.), Sun 12,000 

Register (Dem.),W 2,000 

Republikaner (Ger. Repu), eve., 

ex. Sun 1,820 

Republikaner (Ger. Rep.), W ..... . 2,800 

Union (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex Sun. ... 1 6,443 

Union (Ind. Dem.), Sun 8,300 

Yale Alumni, W 7,050 

Yale Medical Journal, M 1,000 

Yale News (College), daily 1.600 

NEW LONDON— Pop. 18,785— New Lon- 
don Co.— Pop. 82,758. 

Day (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun , 5,800 

Globe (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Telegraph (Dem.), morn., ex Sun. . . 4,500 

NEW TOWN— Pop. 254— Fairfield Co.— 
Pop. 184,203. 
Bee (Ind.), W 4,350 

NORWALK— Pop. 6,125— Fairfield Co.— 
Pop. 184,203 (S-W.) 

Hour (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,300 

Hour (Ind.), W 2,000 

NORWICH— Pop. 19,400— New London Co. 

—Pop. 82,758. 

Bulletin (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 6,100 

Cooley's Weekly (Ind.), W 5,000 

Courier (Rep.), S. W. edition of 

Bulletin 2,350 

Reeord(Dem.), eve., ex. Sun, . ..... ^ 3,400 







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PUTNAM — Pop. 6,667 — Windham Co.— 
Pop. 46,861. 

Observer (Ind.), W 3,100 

Patriot (Rep.), W 1,300 

ROCKVILLE— Pop. 7,287— Tolland Co.— 
Pop. 24,523. 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 1,300 

Leader (Ind. ), S-W 1,400 

SEYMOUR— Pop. 3,541— New Haven Co.— 
Pop. 269,163. 
Record (Rep.), W 1,200 

SOUTHINGTON— Pop. 3,411— Hartford Co. 
—Pop. 195,415. 
News (Rep.), W 1,550 

SOUTH NORWALK— Pop. 6,591— Fair- 
field Co.— Pop. 184,203. 
Sentinel (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,750 

SOUTHPORT— Pop. 1,105— Fairfield Co.— 
Pop. 184,203. 
Chronicle (Ind.), W 2,100 

STAFFORD SPRINGS— Pop. 15,997— Tol- 
land Co.— Pop. 24,523. 
Press (Rep.), W 1,400 

STAMFORD— Pop. 16,800— Fairfield Co.— 
Pop. 184,203. 
Advocate (Rep)., eve., ex. Sun and 

Thurs 3,550 

Advocate (Rep.), W 3,500 

. Poultry Standard (Poul.), M 7,500 

THOMPSONVILLE— Pop. " 4,000— Hartford 
Co.— Pop. 195,415. 
Press (Ind.), W 1,200 

TORRINGTON— Pod. 8,360— Litchfield Co. 
—Pop. 63,672. 

Register (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,350 

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Connecticut — Continued 

WATERBURY — Pop. 45,859— New Haven 

Co.— Pop. 269,163. 
American (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 6,3.50 

American (Ind. Rep.), S-W 3,100 

Beobachter (Ger.), W 1 ,050 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. .. 2,600 

Examiner (Ind.), W 2,500 

Republican (Rep.), mom. 5,300 

WESTPORT —Pop. 4,017^ Fairfield Co.— 
Pop. 184,203. 
Westporter-Herald (Ind.), W 1,500 

WILLIMANTIC— Pop. 8,973— Windham Co. 
—Pop. 46,861. 

Chronicle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,200 

Chroniele (Ind.), W 2,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,000 

WINSTED— Pop. 6,804— Litchfield Co.— 
Pop. 63,672. 

Citizen (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,950 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,000 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,425 



Delaware 

Population 189,878. 

DELMAR— Pop. 444 — Sussex Co. — Pop. 
42,276. 
American (Ind.), W 1,100 

DOVER — Pop. 3,339 — Kent Co. — Pop. 
32,762. 

Delawarean (Dem), S-W 2,100 

Delaware State News (Ind.) , W 2,800 

Delaware Workman (A. O. XT. W. ) 

M 5,100 

Index (Dem.), W 1,200 

State Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,500 





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Delaware— Continued 

GEORGETOWN— Pop. 1,658— Sussex Co. 
—Pop. 42,276. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,550 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,500 

Union-Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

LAUREIr— Pop. 1,825— Sussex Co.— Pop. 
42,276. 
State Register (Dem.), W 1,050 

LEWES — Pop. 2,259 — Sussex Co. — Pop. 
42,276. 
Pilot (Dem.), W , 1,000 

MIDDLETOWN— Pop. 1,567— New Castle 
, Co.— Pop. 109,697. 

New Era (Dem.), W 1,050 

Transcript (Rep.), W 1,000 

MILFORD— Pop. 2,500— Kent Co.— Pop. 
32,760. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,500 

News and Advertiser (Rep.) , W . . . . 1 ,250 

NEWARK— Pop. 1,213— New Castle Co.— 
Pop. 309,697. 

College Review (College) , M 1 ,200 

Ledger (Dem.), W 1,100 

NEW CASTLE— Pop. 3,380— New Castle 
Co.— Pop. 109,697. 
News (Rep.), W 2,500 

SEAFORD— Pop. 1,724— Sussex Co.— Pop. 
42,276. 
News (Dem.), W 1,100 

SMYRNA — Pop. 2,768 —Kent Co. — Pop. 
32 762 
Times (Ind.), W 2,550 

WILMINGTON— Pop. 81,500— New Castle 
Co.— Pop. 115,600. 
Delaware Pioneer (Ger. Ind.), W. . . 2,100 







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Delaware — Continued 

WILMINGTON— Continued. 

Every Evening (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 11,200 

Farm and Home (Agri.), W 7,250 

Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. 

sun 2,300 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 5,350 

News (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 10,100 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,550 

Star (Ind.), Sun 8,800 

Sun (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,100 

District of Columbia 

PoDulation 295 740 

WASHINGTON— Pop. 295,740. 

American Annals of the Deaf, B-M. . 1,100 

Am. Federationist (Lab.), M 10,000 

Am. Inventor, S-M 8,600 

American Monthly Magazine 3,500 

Army and Naval Magazine, M 2,800 

Army and Navy Register, W 6,500 

Chronicle(Ind. Riep.) , W 2,500 

Department News (Ind.), W 3,000 

Feather (Poult.), M 20,000 

Financial Review (Fin.), B-M 1,100 

Internal Bookbinder (Trade), M 11 ,000 

Inventive Age (Invention), M 2,600 

Journal (Ger.), W 3,000 

Journal Knights of Labor, W 5,225 

Liquor Dealer, W 2,650 

Machinists' Journal, M 62.000 

Mirror (Lit.),W 16,000 

National Hibernian (Irish Nat.), M. 166,000 

National 111. Magazine, M 10.000 

National Leader (Rep.), W 1 ,500 

National Medical Review, M 2,000 

National Tribune, W 104,003 

New Age (Lit.), M 50,000 

Pathfinder (News Rev.), W 43,500 

Post (Ind.), morn 37,500 

Post (Ind.), Sun 46,500 

Postal Record (Postal), M 20,000 

Postmaster's Advocate, M 26,000 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 36,326 

Star (Ind.), Sun 32,195 

Stone-Cutters' Journal (Lab.), M. . . 21,000 



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District of Columbia— Con. 

WASHINGTON— Continued. 

Suburban Citizen (Ind.),W 1,100 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun; 38,612 

Times (Dem.), Sun. morn 26.000 

U. S. Gov. Advertiser, W 7,000 

Volks-Tribun (Ger. Rep.), W 3,350 

Washington Life (Lit.), W 9,200 

Washington Mirror (Soc), W 14,600 

Woman's Tribune, W 2,100 

Florida 

Population 566,885. 

ARCADIA— Pop. 799— DeSoto Co.— Pop. 

8,047. 
News (Dem.), W 1,550 

BARTOW — Pop. 1,983 — Polk Co. — Pop. 
12,472. 
Courier-Informant (Dem.), W 1,450 

DE LAND— Pop. 1,449— Volusia Co.— Pop. 

10.003. 
Florida Agriculturist (Agri.), W . . . . 3,200 

News (Ind. Dem.), W 1,400 

Record (Dem.), W 1,000 

Southern Field and Home (Agri.), 

and Farm., M 7,000 

GAINSVILLE— Pop. 3,633— Alachua Co.— 
Pop. 32,245. 

Sun (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,250 

Sun (Dem.), W 2,700 

INVERNESS— Pop. 600— Citrus Co.— Pop. 
5,391. 
Chronicle (Dem.), W 1,100 

JACKSONVILLE — Pop. 44,347 — Du Val 

Co.— Pop. 55,733. 

East Coast Journal (Rep.), W 2,850 

Industrial Record (Ind'l), M 1,500 

Metropolis (Dem.) , eve., ex. Sun. . . . 9,850 
Times-Union and Citizen (Dem.), 

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JACKSONVILLE— Continued. 
Times-LTnion and Citizen (Dem.), 

Sun 5,000 

Times-Union and Citizen (Dem.), 

S-W 3,500 

KEY WEST— Pop. 17,114— Monroe Co. — 
Pop. 18,006. 

Advertiser (Ind.), W 1,000 

Inter-Ocean (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. 1,000 

LAKE CITY— Pop. 4,013— Columbia Co.— 
Pop. 17,094. 

Citizen Reporter (Dem.), W 1,050 

Florida Index (Dem.), W 1,700 

LAKELAND— Pop. 1,180— Polk Co.— Pop. 
12,472. 
Sun (Dem.), W 1,300 

MIAMI— Pop. 1,681— Dade Co.— Pop. 4,955. 

Homeseeker (Agri.), M 1,200 

Metropolis (Dem.) , W 1 ,800 

News (Dem.), W 1,000 

MILTON— Pop. 1,204— Santa Rosa Co.— 
Pop. 10,293. 
Index (Dem.), W 1,050 

MONTICELLO— Pop. 1 ,076— Jefferson Co. 
—Pop. 16,195. 
News (Dem.), W 1,000 

OCALA — Pop. 3,380— Marion Co. — Pop. 
24,403. 

Banner (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 

Banner (Dem.), W 2,000 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Star (Dem.), W 2,100 

ORLANDO— Pop. 2,481— Orange Co — Pop 
11,374. 

Sentinel Reporter (Dem.), W .. . 1,480 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Star(Dem.),W 1,050 





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Florida— Continued 

PALATKA — Pop. 3,510 — Putnam Co. — 
Pop, 11,641. 

News and Adv(Ttiser (Dem.), W . . . . 2,300 

Times-Herald (Dem.), W 1,950 

PENSACOLA— Pop. 19,547— Escambia Co. 
—Pop. 28,313. 

Journal (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon .... 5,848 

Journal (Dem.), Sun 4,800 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

News (Dem.), W • 1,750 

TALLAHASSEE— Pop. 2,981— Leon Co.— 
Pop. 19,887. 

Capital (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Capital (Dem.), S-W . 1 ,000 

Tallahassean (Dem.), W 2,200 

TAMPA— Pop." 19,200— Hillsboro Co.— Pop. 
36,013. 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,600 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

Intelligencer (Col. Ind.) , W 1 ,680 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1 ,200 

Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Dem.), morn. . r 10,800 

Tribune (Dem.), Sun 11,000 

Tribune (Dem.), W 8,500 

Union Label (Lab.), W 1,600 

TITUSVILLE— Pop. 756— Brevard Co.— 
Pop. 5,158. 

East Coast Advocate (Horti.) , W . . . 1 ,250 

Star (Dem.), W 1,100 

WEST PALM BEACH— Pop. 564— Dade Co. 
—Pop. 4,955. 

Palm Beach News, morn society. ... 1 ,000 

Tropical Sun (Dem.), W 1,150 

WESTVILLE — Pop. 712 — Holmes Co. — 
Pop. 7,762. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1 ,000 

WINTER PARK— Pop. 366— Orange Co. 
—Pop. 11,374. 

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Population 2,336,404. 

ALBANY— Pop. 4,606— Dougherty Co.— 
Pop. 13,679. 

Herald (Deni.), eve,, ex. Sun 1,050 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

AMERICUS— Pop. 7,674— Sumpter Co. - 

Pop. 26,212. 

Press (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1 ,000 

Press (Dem.), W. 2,000 

Times-Recorder (Dem.), morn, 

ex. Mon 1 ,200 

Times-Recorder (Dem.) , W 1 ,500 

ATHENS— Pop. 10,245— Clarke Co.— Pop. 
17,708. 

Athenian (Ind.), W 1.000 

Banner (Dem.), morn., ex: Mon 1,250 

Banner (Dem.), W 2,500 

Southeri; Farmer (Agri.), M 3,500 

ATLANTA— Pop. 98,000— Fulton Co.— Pop. 
128,000. 

Age (Rep.), Negro, W 3,000 

Alkahest (Lit.), M 10,000 

Constitution (Dem.), morn 41,000 

Constitution (Dem.), Sun 52,800 

Constitution (Dem.), T-W 126,800 

Dixie (Mech.), M 4,550 

Forest and Field (Agri.), M 10,000 

Georgia Electric Medical Journal, M. 1,500 

Ga. Education (Edu.), M 14,040 

Ga. Staats Nachrichten (Ger.), W.. 1,500 

Independent (Rep.), W 4,600 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 50,214 

Journal (Dem.), Sun 53,016 

Journal. (Dem.), S-W 7 1 ,362 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 24,668 

Plowboy and Country Fanner 

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Rural Mechanics (Trade), M. 10,000 

Southern Architect, M 2,500 

Southern Cultivator (Agri.), S-M.. . 48,000 









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Georgia — Continued 

ATLANTA— €ontinued. 

Southern Educational Journal, M. . 2,500 

Southern Fancier (Poult.), M 3,250 

Southern Ruralist-(Agri.), M 70,000 

Southern Woman's Magazine (Lit.) 

M 10,000 

Sunny South (Lit.), M 72,000 

AUGUSTA— Pop. 41,483— Richmond Co.— 
Pop. 53,735. 

Chronicle (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon.. 6,036 

Chronicle (Dem.), Sun 6,730 

Chronicle (Dem.), S-W 3,200 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 5,355 

Herald (Dem.), Sun '. 5,500 

Herald (Dem.), W 3,581 

Mirror (Lab.), W 1,100 

Tribune (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,500 

BAINBRIDGE— Pop. 2,641— Decatur Co.— 
Pop. 29,454. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,250 

Searchlight (Dem.), W. 1 ,200 

BARNESVILLE— Pop. 3,036— Pike Co.— 
Pop. 18,761. 

News-Gazette (Dem.), W 2,000 

Georgia Farmer (Agri.), S-M 3,000 

Southern Spectator (Lit.), S-M 1,600 

BLACKSHEAR— Pop. 876— Pierce Co.— 
Pop. 8,100. 

Times (Dem.), W 1,050 

BLAKELY — Pop. 804 — Early Co. — Pop. 
, 14,828. 

News (Dem.), W 1,000 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,050 

So. Pit Games (Sport.), M 1,600 

BRUNSWICK— Pop. 9,081— Glynn Co.— 
Pop. 14,317. 

Herald (Rep.), Negro, W 1,150 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,500 

News (Dem.), Sun 1,500 
















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Georgia — Continued 

CALHOUX— Pop. 851— Gordon Co.— Pop. 
14,119. 
Times (Dem.), W 1,200 

CAMILLA— Pop. 1,051— Mitchell Co.— Pop. 
14,767. 
Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,050 

CARROLLTON— Pop. 19,998— Carroll Co.— 
Pop. 26,576. 

Free Press (Dem.), W 2,450 

Times (Dem.), W 1,100 

CARTERSVILLE —Pop. 3,135 — Bartow 
Co.— Pop. 20,823. 
News and Current (Dem.), W 1,550 

CEDARTOWN— Pop. 2,823— Polk Co.— Pop. 
17,856. 

Advance Courier (Dem.), W 1,300 

Standard (Dem.), W 1,600 

COLUMBUS— Pop. 17,800— Muscogee Co. 

—Pop. 29,836. 
Enquirer-Sun (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 4,000 

Enquirer-Sun (Dem.), Sun 4,000 

Enquirer-Sun (Dem.), W 4,000 

Ledger (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat. and 

Sun 8,800 

Ledger (Dem.), Sun 9,100 

Ledger (Dem.), W 3,000 

CUTHBERT— Pop. 2,641— Randolph Co.— 
Pop. 16,847. 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,000 

Xiberal Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,075 

DALLAS— Pop. 644— Paulding Co.— Pop. 
12,969. 
New Era (Dem.), W 1,400 

DALTON— Pop. 4,315— Whitfield Co.— Pop. 
14,509. 

Argus (Dem.), W 1,500 

Herald (Pop.), W 1,800 





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Georgia — Continued 

DALTON— Continued. 

Music Teacher and Home Magazine, 

M 14,000 

North Georgia Citizen (Dem.), W... 1,550 

DAWSON— Pop. 2,926— Terrell Co.— Pop. 
19 023. 
News (Dem.), W 1,500 

DAWSONVILLE— Pop. 217— Dawson Co.— 
Pop. 5,442. 
Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,000 

DECATUR— Pop. 1,418— De KalbCo.— Pop. 
21,112. 
DeKalb New Era (Dem.), W 1,100 

DOUGLAS — Pop. 617 — Coffee Co. — Pop. 
16,169. 
Breeze (Dem.), W 1,300 

DUBTJN— Pop. 2,987— Laurens Co.— Pop. 
25 908 
Courier-Dispatch (Dem.), S-W 1,800 

ELBERTON— Pop. 3,834— Elbert Co.— Pop. 
19,729. 
Star (Dem.), W 2,400 

FITZGERALD — Pop. 1,817 — Irwin Co. — 
Pop. 13,648. 

Citizen (Dem.), W 1,250 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,280 

GAINESVILLE— Pop. 4.382— Hall Co.— 
Pop. 20,752. 

Eagle (Dem.), W .- 1,450 

Industrial News. . . .> 1,650 

GRIFFIN— Pop. 6,857— Spalding Co.— Pop. 
17,619. 

Echo (Rep.), W 1,000 

News and Sun CDem.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,050 
News and Sun (Dem.), W 3,550 





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HARTWELL— Pop. 1,672— Hart Co.— Pop. 
14,492. 
Sun (Dem.), W 1,280 

HAWKINSVILLE— Pop. 2,103— Pulaski Co. 
—Pop. 18,489. 
Dispatch and News (Dem.), W. . . . 1,600 

JACKSON— Pop. 1,487— Butts Co.— Pop. 
12,805. 

Argus (Dem.), W 1,100 

Record (Dem.), W 1,000 

LA GRANGE— Pop. 4,274— Troup Co.— 
Pop. 24,002. 

Graphic (Dem.), W 1,100 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,500 

LAWRENCEVILLE— Pop. 853— Gwinnett 
Co.— Pop. 25,585. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,000 

News-Herald (Dem.), W 1,400 

MACON— Pop. 24,000 — Bibb Co'. — Pop. 
50,473. 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 5,550 

Telegraph (Dem.), morn 6,500 

Telegraph (Dem.), Sun 7,300 

Telegraph (Dem.), S-W 4,000 

MADISON— Pop. 1,992— Morgan Co.— Pop. 
15,813. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,300 

Madsonian (Dem.), W 1,100 

MARIETTA— Pop. 4,446— Cobb Co.— Pop. 
24,664. 
Journal (Dem.), W 1 ,750 

MILLEDGEVILLE— Pop. 4,219— Baldwin 
Co.— Pop. 17,768. 
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MONROE— Pop. 1,846— Walton Co.— Pop. 
20,942. 
News and Messenger (Dem.), W. . . 2,000 

MONTEZUMA— Pop. 719 — Macon Co. — 

Pop. 14,093 

Record (Dem.), W 1,100 

MOULTRIE— Pop. 2,221 — Colquit Co. — 
Pop. 13,636. 
Observer (Dem.), W 1,600 

NASHVILLE— Pop. 293— Berrien Co.— Pop. 
19,440. 
Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

NEWMAN— Pop. 3,654 — Coweta Co.— Pop. 
24,980. 
Herald and Advertiser (Dem.), W . 1,500 

QUITMAN— Pop. 2,281— Brooks Co.— Pop. 
18,606. 
Free Press (Dem.), W 1,350 

REIDSVILLE— Pop. 257— Tatnall Co.— 
Pop. 20,419. 
Journal (Dem.), W 1,100 

ROME— Pop. 7,291— Floyd Co.— Pop. 33,113 

Masonic Herald (Mas.), M 2,300 

Tribune (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . 2,500 
Tribune (Dem.), W 4,000 

SANDERSVILLE — Pop. 2,023 — Washing- 
ton Co.— Pop. 28,227. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,100 

Progress (Dem.), W 1,250 

SAVANNAH— Pop. 65,562— Chatham Co.— 
Pop. 71,239. 

Independent (Rep.), W 2,000 

Labor Herald (Lab.), W 2,500 

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SAVAXXAH— Continued. 

News (Dem.), Sun 5,000 

News (Dem.), S-W 4,800 

Press (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 7,500 

Southern Medicine (Phar.), M 5,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,200 

STATESBORO— Pop. 1,197— Bulloch Co.— 
Pop. 21,377. 
News (Dem.), W 3,500 

SYLVANIA— Pop. 545— Sereven Co.— Pop. 
19,252. 

Press (Ind.), W 1,550 

Telephone (Dem.), W 1,100 

THOMASVILLE— Pop. 5,322— Thomas Co. 
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Times-Enterprise (Dem.), morn., 

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Times-Enterprise (Dem.), W 2,500 

TIFTON— Pop. 1,384— Berrien Co.— Pop. 
19,440. 
Gazette (Dem.), W 1 ,000 

TRION FACTORY— Pop. 1,92(>— Chattooga 
Co.— Pop. 12,952. 
Herald (Dem.), W 1,350 

VALDOSTA— Pop. 5,613— Lowndes Co.— 
Pop. 20,036. 
Times (Dem.), S-W 2,100 

WASHINGTON— Pop. 3,300— Wilkes Co.— 
Pop. 20,866. 
Reporter (Dem.), W 1,060 

WAY CROSS— Pop 5,919— Ware Co.— Pop 
13,761. 

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Georgia— Continued 

WAYNESBORO— Pop. 2,030— Burke Co.— 
Pop. 30,165. 
True Citizen (Dem.). W 1,100 

WEST POINT— Pop. 1,797— Troup Co.— 
Pop. 24,022. 
News (Dem.), W 1,500 

Idaho 

Population 183,738. 

BOISE— Pop. 5,957— Ada Co.— Pop. 11,5.59. 
Capital News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4.265 

Capital News (Dem.), W 3,185 

Statesman (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. 4,839 
Statesman (Rep.), S-W 1,200 

CALDWELL— Pop. 997— Canyon Co.— Pop. 
7,497. 

Gem State Rural (Agri.), W 1,050 

News (Dem.), W 1,300 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1 ,200 

GRANGEVILLE— Pop. 1,132— Idaho Co.— 
Pop. 9,121. 

Free Press (Dem.) ,W 1 ,050 

Standard (Ind.), Rep. W 1,100 

IDAHO FALLS— Pop. 1,262— Bingham Co. 
—Pop. 10,447. 

Register (Rep.), W 1,100 

Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

LEWISTON— Pop. 2,425— Nez Perce Co.— 
Pop. 13,748. 

Teller (Rep.), S-W 1,672 

Tribune (Dem,), morn., ex. Mon. . . 2,500 
Tribune (Dem.), W 2,500 

MOSCOW— Pop. 2,484— Latah Co.— Pop. 
13,451. 

Mirror (Rep.), W 1,300 

Star (Rep.), W 1,600 









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Idaho — Continued 

POCATELLO— Pop. 4,046— Bannock Co.— 
Pop. 11,702. 

Advance (Dem.), S-W 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Tribune (Rep.), S-W 1,100 

REXBURG^Pop. 1,081— Fremont Co.— 
Pop. 12,821. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,000 

WALLACE— Pop. 2,265— Shoshone Co.— 
Pop. 11,950. 

Press (Rep.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Ind. Lab.), S-W 2,500 

WEISER— Pop. 1,364— Washington Co.— 
Pop. 6,882 (W). 

Signal (Dem.), W 1,200 

World (Rep.), W 1,000 

Illinois 

Population 5,117,036. 

ALBION— Pop. 1,162— Edwards Co.— Pop. 
10,345. 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 2,100 

ALEDO — Pop. 2,081 — Mercer Co. — Pop. 
20,945. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Times-Record (Rep.), W. 3,350 

ALTON— Pop. 15,400— Madison Co.— Pop. 

64,694. 

Banner (Ger. Ind.), W 1,800 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,350 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

Sentinel-Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,800 

Sentinel-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

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AMBOY— Pop. 1,826— Lee Co.— Pop. 29,894. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,400 

News (Dem.), W 1,270 

ANNA— Pop. 2,618— Union Co.— Pop. 22,610. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,280 

Talk (Ind.), W 2,400 

ARCOLA— Pop. 1,995— Douglas Co.— Pop. 
19 097, 

Arcolian*(Ind.), W 1,200 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,000 

Record (Rep.), W . 1,700 

AURORA— Pop. 26,000— Kane Co.— Pop. 
78,792. 

Beacon (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,244 

Beacon (Rep.), S-W 1,550 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,221 

News (Rep.), S-W 1,535 

Volksfreund (Ger.), eve., ex. Sun... 1,000 

Volksfreund (Ger.), W 1,220 

Yeoman (Lit.), M 13,000 

BARRY — Pop. 1,643 — Pike Co. — Pop. 
31 595 

Adage (Ind.), W 1,700 

Breeze (Ind.), W 1,000 

BAT A VI A— Pop. 3,871— Kane Co.— Pop. 

78,792. 

Herald (Ind.), W 2,000 

News (Ind.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 



BEARDSTOWN— Pop. 4,827— Cass Co.— 
Pop. 17,222. 

Enterprise (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,000 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,550 

Illinois Star (Rep.), eve., e. Sun . . 1,000 

Illinois Star CRep.), W 1.850 







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Illinois— Continued 

BELLEVILLE— Pop. 17,484— St. Clair Co. 

—Pop. 86,685. 
Advocate (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 

Advocate (Rep.), W 2,000 

News-Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,500 

News-Democrat (Dem.); W 3,600 

Post und Zeitung (Ger. Rep.), eve., 

ex. Sun 1,150 

Post und Zeitung (Ger. Rep.), W. . 3,500 

Record (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon 800 

Tageblatt und Arbeiter Zeitung 

(Ger. Labor), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Tageblatt und Arbeiter Zeitung, W. 1,250 



BELVIDERE— Pop. 6,937— Boone Co.— 
Pop. 15,791. 
Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,242 
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BENTON— Pop. 1,341— Franklin Co.— Pop. 
19,675. 

Independent (Dem.), W 1,950 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,050 

Standard (Dem.), W 1,000 



BLANDINSVILLE— Pop. 995— McDonough 
Co.— Pop. 28,412. 
Star Gazette (Dem.), W 1,250 



BLOOMINGTON— Pop. 23,286— McLean Co. 
—Pop. 67,843. 

Bulletin (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat 6,300 

Bulletin (Dem.), Sun 6,500 

Bulletin (Dem.), W 3,000 

Illinois Free Mason (Mas.), M 6,000 

Journal (Ger. Ind.), W 1,850 

Pantagraph (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. 14,298 

Pantagraph (Rep.), W 4, 1 50 

School and Home Education, M. . . 5,000 

Tailor (Labor), M 9,000 

Winonian (Lit.), M 2,000 











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Illinois — Continued 

BLUE ISLAND— Pop. 6,114— Cook Co.— 
Pop. 1,838,735. 

Standard (Ind.), W 1,300 

Sun (Ind.), W 1,000 

BUNKER HILL— Pop. 1,279— Macoupin 
Co.— Pop. 42,256. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,050 

News (Dem.), W 1,200 

BUSHNELI^— Pop. 2,490— McDonough Co. 
—Pop. 28,412. 

Democrat (Dem.), W : . . . 1,100 

Record (Rep.), W 1,000 

CAIRO— Pop. 13,566— Alexander Co.— Pop. 
19,384. 

Argus (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 1,400 

Bulletin (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon.. . 2,200 

Bulletin (Dem.), Sun 2,252 

Citizen (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,220 

Citizen (Rep.), W 1,130 

Telegram (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Telegram (Ind.), Sun 2,100 

CAMBRIDGE— Pop. 1,345— Henry Co.— 
Pop. 40,049. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,250 

CAMP POINT— Pop. 1,260— Adams Co.— 
Pop. 67,058. 

Journal (Ind. Rep.), W 1,100 

CANTON— Pop. 6,564— Fulton Co.— Pop. 
46,201. 

Leader (Dem.), eve.; ex. Sun 1,850 

Ledger (Dem.), W 1,200 

Register (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Register (Rep.), W 1,500 

CARBONDALE— Pop. 3,318— Jackson Co. 
-—Pop. 33,871. 

Free Press (Ind.), W 1,070 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,500 













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Illinois — Continued 

CARLINVILLE— Pop. 3,504— Macoupin Co. 
—Pop. 42,256. 

Argus (Loc), W 1,700 

Democrat (Rep.), W 2,250 

Enquirer (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 
Enquirer (Dem.) 2,500 

CARLYLE— Pop. 1,874— Clinton Co.— Pop. 
19,824. 

Constitution (Dem.), W 1,150 

Union Banner (Rep.), W 1,650 

CARMI — Pop. 2,939 — White Co. — Pop. 
25 386 

Times (Rep.), W 1,400 

White Co. Democrat (Dem.), W. . . 1,500 



CARROLLTON— Pop. 2,355— Greene Co.— 
—Pop. 23,402. 

Gazette Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Patriot (Rep.), W 1,100 

CARTHAGE— Pop. 2,104— Hammock Co.— 
Pop. 32,215. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,260 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,250 

RepubHcan (Dem.), W 1,550 

CENTRALIA — Pop. 6,721 — Marion Co.— 
Pop. 30,446. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Sentinel (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,050 

CHAMPAIGN— Pop. 9,098— Champaign Co. 
—Pop. 47,622. 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,450 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

News (Rep.), S-W 3,400 

Times (Dem.), W 2.700 









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Illinois — Continued 

CHARLESTON— Pop. 5,488— Coles Co.— 

Pop. 34,146. 

Courier (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Courier (Dem.).,W 1,500 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 1,000 

News (Dem.), W 1,350 

Plaindealer-Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

Plaindealer-Herald (Rep.), W 1,650 

CHESTER— Pop. 2,832— Randolph Co.— 
Pop. 28,001. 

Herald (Ind. Dem.) 1,300 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1.000 



CHICAGO— Pop. 1,950,000— Cook Co.— Pop. 

1,838,735. 
Abendpost (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 47,125 
Abendpresse (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 18,000 

Ad Sense (Ad.), M 16,000 

Alkaloidal Clinic (Med.), M 30,500 

American (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . .330,000 

American (Dem.), Sun 656,600 

American Adviser (Fin.), M 5,000 

American Artisan and Hardware 

Record, W 7,160 

American Bee Journal (Bee Kpg.), 

W. 7,000 

American Brewers' Review (Eng. 

and Ger, Trade), M 1,000 

American Building Association 

News (Bldg. Ass'n), M 3,500 

American Contractor, W., M. and 

Quar 8,000 

American Elevator and- Grain 

(Trade) 5,000 

American Farm World (Agri.), (also 

Augusta, Me.),' M 100,000 

American Field (Sport). W 20,000 

American Florist (Flor.), W 10,000 

American Furniture Gazette, M. . . . 5,120 

American Graphic (Socy.), M 13,200 

American Horse Owner, M 4,500 

American Lumberman (Lumb.),W. 12,600 



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Illinois — Continued 

CH ICAGO— Continued. 

American Messenger (Matri.), M. . . 10,000 

American Miller (Mech.), M 5,100 

American Poultry Journal 52, 143 

American Sheep Breeder, M 15,000 

American Swineherd (Agri.), M 51,250 

Amerikan (Ind. Boehm.), S-W 41,000 

Apparel Gazette (Trade), S-M 4,500 

Arbeiter Zeitung (Ger. Lab.), eve., 

ex. Sun 15,200 

Arbejderen (Sw.), W 3,000 

Argus (Ins.), M 2,500 

Arkansas Traveler (Humor), M. . . . 14,000 
Auswanderer (Ger. and End. Eng. 

Imig.), M 42,000 

Automobile Review, W 9,200 

Bakers' Helper (Trade), M 4,100 

Bakers' Journal (Ger.), W 24,000 

Banker and Investor, M 2,500 

Beobachter (Ger. Rep.), W 10,000 

Birds and Nature (Nature), M 25,000 

Black Diamond (Coal Trade) 11,400 

Bonds and Mortgages, M 2,350 

Brann's Iconoclast, M 15,000 

Breeders' Gazette (Agri. and Live 

Stock), W 69,115 

Brewer and Malster (Eng-Ger, 

Trade), M 5,550 

Brick (Trade), M 5,300 

Brush and Pencil (Art), M 12,600 

Calumet Anzeiger (Ger.), W 1,500 

Calumet Record (Rep.), W 5,000 

Canadian-American (Ind.), Sat. . . . 12,800 
Cement and Engineering News 

(Trade), M 5,300 

Champion of Fair Play (Eng. and 

Ger. Liq. Int.) 19,000 

Chef and Steward (Cul.), M 5,300 

Cherry Circle (Athlet.) 2,600 

Chicago Banker (Fin.) 10,000 

Chicago Citizen (Irish Ind.) 18,000 

Chicago Courier (Lit.), W 6,000 

Chicago Federationist (Lab.), S-M. 6.500 
Chicago Household Guest (Home), 

M 421,000 



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CHICAGO— Continued. 

Chicago Ledger (Lit.), W foot note* 

Chicago Hebrew (Ind.), W 10,000 

Child's Garden (Juvenile), M 10,000 

Children's Home Finder, M 11,500 

Chronicle (Dem.), morn 51,868 

Chronicle (Dem.), Sun 73,258 

Cigar Makers' Journal, M 38,000 

Citizen (Ind.), W 18,000 

Clay Record (Trade), S-M 5,000 

Climax (Matri.), M 27,600 

Clinique, M 2,500 

Coach and Saddle (Saddle), M. . . . . 9,000 

Confectioner and Baker, M 3,000 

Construction News 3,500 

Contractor (Trade), S-M 2,500 

Dairy and Creamery (Dairy), S-M. 27,915 

Dairy World (Dairy), M ; 3,500 

Dcering's Farm Journal, M 250,000 

Denni Hlasatel (Bohem. Lab.), 

morn 23,020 

Dental Digest, M 7,000 

Dental Review, M 3,000 

Deutsche Industrie (Ger.), M 8,200 

Deutsche Warte (Ger.), W 23,500 

Doctor's Magazine (Med.), M 5,000 

Domestic Engineering, W 8,000 

Dramatic Magazine, Quar 25,000 

Dramatic Times, W 8,500 

Drover's Journal (Stock), eve., ex. 

Sun 31,267 

Dry Goods Reporter, W . . . 5,500 

Duch Casu (Bohem.), W 36,000 

Dunlop's Saturday Dispatch (Ind.), 

W 15,000 

Dziennik Chicagoski (Pol. Dem.), 

eve., ex. Sun.... 9,235 

Dziennik Narodowy, eve., ex. Sun. 

(Polish) 16,400 

Eagle (Ind.), Sat 43,500 

Earth (Scient.), M 30,000 

Economist (Financial), W 3,400 

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any monthlies or combination of 

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WORLD and HOMEFOLKS- 

with combined circulation of one 
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less usual 5% cash discount. For 
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Illinois — Continued 

CHICAGO— Continued. 

Elite (Socy.), W 10,000 

Englewood Times (Ind.) , W 3,000 

Erholungsstunden (Ger. Lit.), W.... 22,355 
Evening Post (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 26,000 
Examiner (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun.. 164,646 
Examiner and American (Dem.), 

Sun 656,600 

Fackel (Ger. Soc), Sun 23,400 

Facts and Fiction (Lit.), M 76,450 

Farmers' Advance (Agri.), B. M. . .250,000 
Farm-Field & Fireside (Agri.), Sat. 56,000 
Farm Implement News (Trade), 

Thurs 10,500 

Farm Life (111. Agri.), S-M 150,000 

Farmers' Review (Agri.), Wed 30,000 

Farmers' Voice (Agri.), M 53,529 

Financial Review (Financial), M. . 5,825 

Fine Arts Journal (Edu.), M 20,000 

Florists' Review (Hort.), W 6,100 

Foresters' Gazette (Frat.), M 12,000 

Fosterlandt (Swed. Rep.), W 12,000 

Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 33,865 

Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.), W 27,350 

Furniture Journal (Trade) , S-M .... 3,520 
Gamla Och Nya Hemlandet(Swed.), 

W 28,000 

Garden and Farm (Hort.), M 60,000 

Gardening (Hort.), S-M 2,500 

Gazette Polska (Polish Ind. Rep.), 

W 10,000 

Glass and Pottery World(Trade) , M. 5,000 

Golfers' Magazine (Golf), M 30,000 

Grain Dealers' Journal, S-M 5,000 

Groc. Criterion (Trade), W 11,000 

Hardwood Record (Trade), S-M. . . 3,500 

Hearst's Home and Farm, W 

Helping Hand (Matri.), M 5,000 

Hemlandet (Rep. Swed.), W 33,000 

Hlasatel (Ind. Bohem.), S-AV 20.000 

Home Art (Women's Handiwork),. 17,000 

Home Defender (Fam.), M 47,000 

Homefolks (Fam.), M 400,000 

Home Life (Fam.), M 507,000 

Home Light (Lit.), M 5,100 





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Illinois — Continued 

CHICAGO— Continued. 

Horseman 15,000 

Horse Review, W 20,000 

Hospodarske Listy (Bohem. Agri,), 

B-W.... 3,500 

Hotel Monthly 4,700 

Hotel World 4,000 

House Beautiful (Art.), M 28,000 

Household Realm (Home), M 50,000 

Humane Journal (Edu.), M 10,000 

Ice and Refrigeration, M 1,600 

Ideal Home (Home), M 30,000 

Illinois Staats-Zeitung (Ger, Ind.), 

morn 33,840 

Illinois Staats-Zeitung (Ger Ind,), 

W 35,425 

Inland Architect (Arch.) , M 3,500 

Inland Printer (Trade), M 20,000 

International Woodworker (Lab.) 

M 22,000 

Inter Ocean (Rep.), morn 64,000 

Inter Ocean (Rep.), Sun 92,000 

Inter Ocean (Rep.), W 120,000 

Investigator 4,585 

Irrigation Age (Irri.), M 34,000 

Iron and Steel (Trade), Sat 6,000 

Jeweler's Journal (Trade), M 5,000 

Jewish Call (Jewish Ind.), every 

morn 5,900 

Jewish Courier (Heb. Ind.), morn., 

ex. Sat 11,912 

'Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 80,000 

Journal of the American Medical 

Association (Medical), W 44,360 

Kindergarten Magazine, M 4,600 

Ladies' Magazine (Househ.) , M . , . . 1 50,000 

L' America (Ital. Ind.), M 25„600 

Law Journal Weekly 4,738 

Legal News (Legal) !^ Sat 3,250 

L'ltalia (Ital. Rep.), W 25,000 

Le Courier Canadien (French) . W. . . 11 .000 

Little Chronicle (Edu.), W 33,000 

Live Stock Journal, W 30,000 

Live Stock Report, W 20,000 

Live Stock World, eve., ex. Sun 16.000 







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Illinois — Continued 

CHICAGO— Continued. 

Live Stock World, W 25,000 

Luxemberger Post (Ger.) , W 1 ,800 

Markets (Agri.), W 41,000 

Masonic Voice Review, M 25,000 

Maxwell's Talisman (Irrig.), M 20,000 

Medical Century, M 7,000 

Medical Era (Med.), M 4,600 

Medical Recorder (Med.), M 5,000 

Medical Standard (Med.), M ....;. . 9,400 

Medical Times (Med.), M 3,875 

Medical Visitor (Med.), M 4,225 

Milliner (Fashion), M 8,000 

Mixed Stocks (Com.) , M 7,000 

Modern Grocer (Trade) , W 8,000 

Modern Machinery, M 21,000 

Modern Woodman (Frat.), M 8 1 0, 1 1 6 

Monitor (Rep., Negro), W 3,000 

Motor Age (Auto), W 10,000 

Musical Leader (Music), W 12,000 

National Banker (Fin.). M 10,000 

National Builder (Archi.), M. .• 7,500 

National Corporation Reporter, W . 4,500 

National Engineer, M 25,000 

National Harness Review, M 6,400 

National Hotel Reporter, D 4,089 

National Laundry Journal, S-M .... 5,840 

National Printer- Journalist, M 5,590 

National Rural (Agri.), W 31,000 

Nederlander (Rep. Holland) , W . . . . 3,000 

New Thought (Hygienic), M 20,500 

New Voice (Proh.), W 100,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 320,750 

Novelty News, M 6,000 

Oaks (Lit.), W 12,000 

Operatic Miller (Mill'g), W 6,000 

Ophthalmic Record, M 2,000 

Orange Judd Farmer (West ed. of 

Am. Agriculturist), W 93,752 

Osteopathic Health, M 48,000 

Osteopathic Physician (Med.) , M . . . 5,000 

Our Little Folks' Magazine, M 10,000 

People's Companion (Fam.) 36,000 

People's Health Journal, M 15,460 

Pilot (Matrimon.), M 38,000 

Picture and Art Trade (Trade) , M. . . . 4 ,000 









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CHICAGO— Continued. 

Popular Mechanics, M 74,728 

Posten (Sw. Ind. Rep.) , W 5,800 

Prairie Farmer (Agri.), W 44,000 

Presto (Musical), W 3,200 

Pritel-Ditek (Bohem.) 5,000 

Progress (Edu.), M 25,842 

Progressive Thinker (Free Tht.) , W. 12,000 

Public (Dem.), W 6,840 

Pythian Record (K. of P.), M . . 4,000 

Radford Review (Lumber), M 12,000 

Railway Master Mechanoi, M 4,000 

Rand-McNally Bankers Monthly . . . 7,000 

Record-Herald (Ind.), morn 148,931 

Record-Herald (Ind.), Sun . 203,504 

Red Book (Lit.), Mag., M 250,000 

Reporter (Com.), Sat 2,500 

Republican (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

Republikaner (Ger. Rep.), D 20,001) 

R. F. D. News (Post.) 20,000 

Roadmaster and Foreman, M 10,000 

Roseland Enterprise (Rep.) , W 1 ,600 

Rostrum (Lit.), M 5,000 

Rundschau (Ger. Ind.), W 25,000 

Rural Life (Agri.), S-M 33,840 

Salesmanship (Trade), M 30,000 

Saturday Blade (Ind.), W foot note* 

Saturday Herald (Soc.) , Sat 5,000 

Scandia (Dan.-Nor.), W. 5,000 

School Review, M 6,500 

Schuh und Leder (Ger. Trade) , S-M. 6,200 

Shears (Trade), M 1,600 

Shoe Trade Journal, W 6,000 

Skandinaven (Nor. Rep.), morn. . . . 23,316 

Skandinaven (Nor. Rep.), Sun 23,712 

Skandinaven (Nor. Rep.), S-W 50,235 

Sloboda (Croat.), W 2,800 

Society Times (Soc.) , W 4,000 

Soda Fountain (Trade), M 5,000 

Sonntagspost (Ger. Ind.), Sun 35,443 

South Chicago Calumet (Rep.) 2,800 

Sports Afield (Sport and Lit.) , M . . . 23,000 
Stage and Foyer, W 15,000 



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CHICAGO— Continued. 






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Standard Opinion (Ind.), W 


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Street R. W. Rev. (Mech.), M 


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Svornost (Boh. Ind.), Sun 


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60,000 




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Technical World Magazine, M 


130,000 




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Telephone Magazine (Elec), M. . . . 


4,500 




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Ten Story Book (Lit.), M 


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This for That (Fam.), M 


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Thresher World (Agri.), M 


30,000 




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Tribune (Rep.), morn 


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Tribune (Rep.), Sun 


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Union Leader (Labor) , W 


17,000 




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Verdens Gang (Sw.), Fri 


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Vorbote (Ger. Socialist), W 


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Wayside Tales (Lit.), M 


46,000 




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Weekly Index (Rep.), W 

Welch's Journal (Edu.), W 


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West. Brit. Amer. (Ind.), W 


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Western Milliner (Fashion), M 


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Western Painter (Trade), M 


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What to Eat (Culinary), M 


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Illinois— Continued 

CHICAGO HEIGHTS— Pop. 5,100— Cook 
Co.— Pop. 1,838,735. 
Signal (Ind. Rep.), W 1,400 



CHILLICOTHE— Pop. 1,699— Peoria Co. 
—Pop. 88,608. 

Bulletin (Rep.), W. ! 2,000 

Enquirer (Dem.), W 1,350 



CLINTON— Pop. 4,452— De Witt Co.— 
Pop. 18,972. 

Public (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Public (Rep.), W : . . . . 1,800 

Register (Dem.), W 1,500 

Times (Dem.), S-W 1,000 



COBDEN— Pop. 1,034— Union Co.— Pop. 
22,610. 
Fruit Growers' Journal (Horti.), 

S-M 7,000 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,000 



DANVILLE— Pop. 17,800— Vermillion Co. 

—Pop. 65,635. 

Banner (Prohib.), W 2,000 

Commercial News (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 9,358 

Commercial News (Rep.), W 3,781 

Democrat (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . 4,500 

Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Ind.) , W . . . . 1 ,280 

Inter-State School Review, W 7,000 

Press (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 4,200 

Press rDem.),Sun 4,200 

Press (Dem.), W . . . 1,400 

DECATUR— Pop. 22,800— Macon Co.— Pop. 
44,003. 

Deutsche Zeitung (Ger.) , W 1 .500 

Herald (Rep.), morn 7,383 

Herald (Rep.), S-W 3,200 



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DECATUR— Continued. 

Labor World (Lab.), W 3,600 

Review (Dem.) , eve. , ex. Sun 10,637 

Review (Dem.), Sun 9,966 

Review (Dem.), S-W 2,658 

Woodman (M. W. of A.), S-M 3,000 



DE KALB— Pop. 5,904— De Kalb Co.— 

Pop. 31,756. 
American Fancier and Breeder 

(Poultry), M 12,400 

Chronicle (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,240 

Chronicle (Dem.), S-W 3,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1 ,450 

Review (Rep.), W 1,550 



DELAY AN— Pop. 1,304— Tazewell Co.— 
Pop. 33,221. 

Times-Press (Rep.) , W 1 ,600 

DIXON— Pop. 7,917— Dee Co.— Pop. 29,984. 

Star (Rep.) , eve. , ex. Sun 3,200 

Star (Rep.), T-W 3,000 

Sun (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Sun (Dem.), S-W 1,800 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Telegraph (Rep.), S-W 2,500 

DUNDEE— Pop. 2,765— Kane Co.— Pop. 
78,792. 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,300 

Hawkeye (Rep.), W 1,100 

DURAND — Pop. 571 — Winnebago Co. — 
Pop. 47,845. 

Clipper (Ind.), W 1,050 

DWIGHT— Pop. 2,015— Livingston Co.— 
Pop. 42,035. 

Banner (Frat.), M 30,000 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,000 





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Pop. 87,776. 

Gazette-Express (Rep.) , W 1 ,050 

Leader (Rep.), 1,150 




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Co.— Pop. 86,685. 
Commercial (Dem.) , eve., ex. Sun . . . 4,700 

Commercial (Dem.), Sun -. . 5,000 

Gazette (Dem.), W 3,000 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,100 

National Live Stock Reporter 

(Stock), morn., ex. Sun 14,000 

Poultry Culture (Poul.), M 15,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,350 

Western Workman (Dem.), W . 1,850 




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Intelligencer (Dem.), S-W 3,250 




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Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 


EFFINGHAM— Pop. 3,774— Effingham Co. 
—Pop. 24,116. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

McKinleyan (Rep.), W: 1,200 

Modern American (Lit.) , M 8,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

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Advocate (Rep.), weekly edition of 

News 2,300 

Boys' World (Juvenile), W 294,000 

. Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,300 

Dairy Report (Dairy), W 2,725 

Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Ind.) , W. . . . 1 ,700 




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Illinois— Continued 

ELGIN— Continued. 

Germania (Ger. Rep.) , W 2,000 

Girls' Companion (Juv.), W 290,000 

Herold (Ger. Rep.), S-W 2,390 

Mothers' Magazine, M 35,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,200 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Press (Ind.), W 2,250 

Silver Leaf (Frat., W 2,800 

Uhr(Ind.Ger.), 1,000 

Young People's Weekly 206,000 

EL PASO — Pop. 1,441 — Woodford Co. — 
Pop. 21,822. 
Journal (Ind.), W 1,100 

EUREKA— Pop. 1,661— Woodford Co.— 
Pop, 21,822. 

Democrat-Journal (Dem.) , W 1 ,250 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

EVANSTON— Pop. 19,259— Cook Co.— Pop. 
1,838,735. 
Index (Rep.), W 3,000 

FAIRBURY— Pop. 2,187— Livingston Co. 
—Pop. 42,035. 

Blade (Rep.), W 1,300 

Local Record (Dem.), W 1,150 

FAIRFIELD— Pop. 2,338— Wayne Co.— 
Pop. 27,626. 

Press (Rep.), W 1.250 

Record (Dem.), W 1,900 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,250 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,180 

FARMER CITY— Pop. 1,664— De Witt Co. 
—Pop. 18,972. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,450 

Review (Ind.), W 1,000 

FREEPORT — Pop. 13,258 — Strphenson 
Co.— Pop. 34,933. 
Banner (Ger. Ind.), W 1,240 



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Illinois— Continued 

FREEPORT— Continued. 

Bulletin (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Bulletin (Dem.), W 2,800 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,600 

Der Sonnlags Gast (Ger. Ind.), W. . 1,800 

Deutscher An«eiger (Ger. Dem.) , W. 1 ,830 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,200 

Knights of Globe (K. of G.) , M 1 .000 

Poultry Tribune (Poultry), M 14,000 

FULTON — Pop. 2,685 — Whiteside Co. — 
Pop. 34,710. 

Journal (Ind. Dem.), S-W 1,700 

Mystic Worker (Frat.), M 43,000 

N. I. C. Educator (Edu.) , B-M 8,000 



GALENA— Pop. 5,005— Jo Daviess Co.— 
Pop. 24,533. 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Gazette (Rep.), W 6,000 

GALESBURG— Pop. 18,607— Knox Co.— 
Pop. 46,612. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,200 

Illinois Democrat (Dem.) , W 1 ,600 

Labor News (Labor), W 1,650 

Mail (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,284 

Mail (Rep.), W f 2,260 

Plaindealer (Rep.) , W 1 ,200 

Republican-Register (Rep.), eve., 

ex. Sun 4,700 

Republican Register (Rep.) , W 1 ,974 

GENESEO— Pop. 3,356— Henry Co.— Pop. 
40,049. 

News (Local), W 2,541 

Republic (Rep.), W 1 3,200 

GRAYVILLE — Pop. 1,948 — White Co. — 
Pop. 25,386. 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,200 



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GREENUP— Pop. 1 ,085— Cumberland Co.— 
Pop. 16,124. 
Press (Detn.), W 1,200 

GREENVILLE— Pop. 2,504— Bond Co.— 
Pop. 16,078. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,400 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,250 

HARRISBURG— Pop. 2,202— Saline- Co.— 
Pop. 21,685. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,150 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,000 

HARVARD— Pop. 2,602— McHenry Co.- 
Pop. 29,759. 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,150 

Independent (Rep.), W 2,300 

HENRY— Pop. 1,637— Marshall Co.— Pop. 
16,370. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,850 

Times (Dem.), S-W 1,250 

HIGHLAND— Pop. 1 ,970— Madison Co.— 
Pop. 64,694. 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,300 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,500 

Union (Ger. Rep.) 1,400 

HILLSBORO — Pop. 1 ,937 — Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 30,836. 

Journal (Rep.), 1,650 

News (Dem.), W 2,900 

JACKSONVILLE— Pop. 15,800— Morgan Co. 
—Pop. 35,006. 

Illinois Courier(Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,100 

Illinois Courier (Dem.), W 2,900 

Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 3,150 

Journal (Rep.), Sun 3,150 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,100 



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JERSEYVILLE— Pop. 3,517— Jersey Co.— 
Pop. 14,612. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,260 

JOLIET — Pop. 30,800 — Will Co. — Pop. 
74,764. 

General-Anzeiger (Ger.), W 1,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 7,000 

News (Ind.), W 2,800 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 6,800 

Republican (Rep.), 2,300 

KANKAKEE— Pop. 1 5,000— Kankakee Co. 
—Pop. 37,154. 

Democrat (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,200 

Democrat (Ind. Dem.), S-W 3,250 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Gazette (Rep.), S-W 1,300 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 2,400 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 2,850 

KEWANEE— Pop. 8,382— Henry Co.— Pop. 
40,049. 

Press (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,100 

Press (Dem.), W 1,000 

Star-Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. 3,300 

Star-Courier (Rep.), W 1,300 

KINMUNDY— Pop. 1,221— Marion Co.— 
Pop. 30,446. 

Express-Journal (Ind.), S-W 1,000 

Horticultural Visitor, M. 4,100 

LA SALLE— Pop. 10,700— La Salle Co.— 
Pop. -87,776. 

Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

LINCOLN— Pop. 8,962— Logan Co.— Pop. 
26,880. 

Courier (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,450 

Courier (Ind.), W 3,100 



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LINCOLN— Continued. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,800 

News-Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,150 
Volksblatt Rundschau (Ger. Dem.), 

W 3,300 

LITCHFIELD —Pop. 5,918 — Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 30,836. 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 600 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

Monitor (Rep.), W 1,200 

Mutual Protective League(Frat.),M. 23,000 
News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 800 

LOCKPORT— Pop. 2,659— Will Co.— Pop. 
74,764. 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,850 

Phoenix Advertiser (Rep.), W 2,250 

]VL^COMB — Pop. 5,375— McDonough Co.— 
Pop. 28,412. 

By-Stander (Rep.), W 2.500 

Eagle (Dem.), W 2,400 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,160 

Semi-Weekly (Dem.), S-W 1,500 

MACON— Pop .705— Macon Co.— Pop. 44,003 
Tribune (Ind.), W 1,000 

MARENGO— Pop. 2,005— McHenry Co. — 
Pop. 29,759. 

News (Ind.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 

MARSEILLES— Pop. 2,559— La Salle Co.— 

Pop. 87,776. 

Commercial Poultry, M 50,000 

Register Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

MARSHALI^Pop. 2,077— Clark Co.— Pop. 
24,003. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,220 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,750 









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MASCOUTAH— Pop. 2,171— St. Clair Co.— 
Pop. 86,685. 

Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.), W 1,800 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

MATTOON— Pop. 9,622— Coles Co.— Pop. 

34,146. 

Commercial (Dem.), W 1,800 

Journal-Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,100 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,630 

Star (Dem.), morn., ex, Mon 2,400 

Star (Deip.), W 3,000 

MENDOTA— Pop. 3,736— La Salle Co.— 
Pop. 87,776. 

Post (Ger. Ind. Dem.), W 1,000 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,200 

Sun Bulletin (Rep.), W 1 ,600 

MOLINE— Pop. 18,600— Rock Island Co.— 
Pop. 55,249. 

Blacksmith Journal (Trade) 10,000 

Dispatch (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,200 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sat 2,400 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,450 

Mail (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,700 

Review Dispatch (Rep.), W 1,100 

MONMOUTH— Pop. 7,460— Warren Co.— 
Pop. 23,163. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Republican-Atlas (Rep.), W 2,230 

Review (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,800 

Review (Ind.), S-W 1,000 

MONTICELDO— Pop. 1,982— Piatt Co.— 
Pop. 17,706. 

Bulletin (Dem.), W 1,250 

Pilot (Rep.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,000 

MORRIS— Pop. 4,273— Grundy Co.— Pop. 
24,136. 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,100 



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MORRISON— Pop. 2,308— Whiteside Co.— 
Pop. 34,710. 

Record (Rep.), W 1,550 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,600 

MT. CARMEL— Pop. 4,311— Wabash Co.— 
Pop. 12,583. 

Register (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Register (Dem.), W 1,050 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

MT. CARROLL— Pop. 1,965— Carroll Co.— 
Pop. 18,963. 
Democrat (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. . 

Democrat (Rep.), S-W 1,700 

Mirror (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Mirror (Rep.), S-W 1,250 

MOUNT MORRIS— Pop. 1,048— Ogle Co.— 
Pop. 29,129. 
Constitution-Democrat (Dem.), W. 1,200 
Index (Ind.), W 1,250 

MOUNT OLIVE— Pop. 2,935— Macoupin Co. 
—Pop. 42,256. 
Teutonia (Ger. Ind.), W 1,150 

MOUNT STERLING— Pop. 1,960— Brown 
Co.— Pop. 11,557. 

Democrat Message (Dem.), W 1,750 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,140 

MOUNT VERNON— Pop. 5,216— Jefferson 
Co.— Pop. 28,133. 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

News (Dem.), W^ 1,800 

MURPHYSBORO— Pop. 6,463— Jackson Co. 
Pop. 33,871. 
Independent (Dem.), morn., and 

eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

Independent (Dem.), W 2,000 

Republican Era (Rep.), W 2,000 







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NASHVILLE— Pop. 2,184— Washington Co. 
—Pop. 19,526. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Illinois Volksblatt (Ger. Rep.), W. 1,200 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,100 

Post (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

NEOGA— Pop. 1,126— Cumberland Co.— 
Pop. 16,124. 
News (Rep.), W 1,300 

NEWMAN— Pop. 1,166— Douglas Co.— Pop. 
19,097. 
Independent (Rep.), W 2,900 

NEWTON— Pop. 1,630— Jasper Co.— Pop. 
20,160. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

Mentor (Rep.), W 1,000 

Press (Dem.), S-W 1,250 

NOKOMIS— Pop. 1,371— Montgomery Co.— 
Pop. 30,836. 
Deutsch Ajnerikaner (Ger. Ind.),W. 600 
Free Press-Gazette 600 

NORMAL— Pop. 3,795— McLean Co.— Pop. 
67,843. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,600 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,900 

OAKLAND— Pop. 2,100. 

Ledger (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Ledger (Ind.), W 6,000 

OAK PARK— Pop. 4,771— Cook Co.— Pop. 

1,838,735. 

Intelligence (Edu.), S-M 12,100 

Life Insurance Courant, M 5,100 

Nachrichten aus Schleswig-Holstein 

(Fam. Ger.), S-M 5,100 

Oak Leaves (Ind.), W 1,800 

Reporter-Argus (Ind.), W 1,000 

Star Monthly (Fam.), M 156,940 

Week's Current (Ind.), Sat 12,500 





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OLXEY— Pop. 4,260— Richland Co.— Pop. 
16.391. 

Advocate (Pep.). W 1,500 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,400 

Mail (Ind ), eve., ex. Sun 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 1,050 

Times (Dem.), W 1,500 

OREPtON — Pop. 1,577 — Ogle Co. — Pop. 
29,129. 

Reporter (Rep.), W 1,150 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,600 

OTTAWA— Pop. 10,900— La Salle Co.— Pop. 

87,776. 
Central Wochenblatt (Ind. Rep. 

Ger.), W 1,900 

Fair Dealer (Dem.), W 4,200 

Free Trader (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. 1,300 

Free Trader (Dem.), Sun 1,350 

Free Trader (Dem.), W 1,635 

Illinois Posten (Rep.), W 1,200 

Jom-nal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sat 1,500 

Journal (Rep.), Sun 1,600 

Journal (Rep.), W 3,000 

Republican Times (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,300 

Republican-Times (Rep.), W 2,000 

PANA — Pop. 5,530 — Christian Co. — Pop. 
32,790. 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

News (Rep.), W 1,000 

Palladium (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 

Palladium (Dem.), W 1,000 

PARIS — Pop. 6,105 — Edgar Co. — Pop. 
28,273. 

Beacon (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Beacon (Rep.), S-W 2,500 

Gazette (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,600 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 600 

Republican (Rep.), W , l^QQ 











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PAXTON— Pop. 3,036 
18,359. 
Eastern Illinois Register (Ind.), W. 

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Record (Rep.), W 1,500 



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PEKIN— Pop. 8,420— Tazewell Co. — Pop. 
33 221. 

Anchor and Shield (A. O. U. W.), M 15,000 

Freie Presse (Ind. Ger.), W 2,200 

Post Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,550 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,450 

Times (Dem.), W 3,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,850 

PEORIA— Pop. 62,149 — Peoria Co. — Pop. 

88,608. 
Demokrat (Ger .Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 2,500 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), W 4,600 

Herald-Transcript (Dem.), morn.. . 13,100 

Herald-Transcript (Dem.), Sun 6,876 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 14,388 

Journal (Ind.), Sun 8,515 

Locomotive and Fireman Magazine 

(Labor), M 43,918 

Post (Ger. Ind.), W 1,500 

Sonne (Ger. Ind.), W 1,600 

Sonntags Glocke, Sunday edition of 

Sonne 3,625 

Sonntags Post (Ger. Ind.), Sun. . . . 2,200 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 21,528 

Star (Ind.), Sun 10,372 

Volksfreund (Ind, Ger.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,250 

PERU— Pop. 6,863 — La Salle Co. — Pop. 

87,776. 
News-Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun . 1,680 
News-Herald (Ind.), W 1,150 

PETERSBURG— Pop. 2,807— Menard Co.— 
Pop. 14,336. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

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PITTSFIELD— Pop. 2,293— Pike Co.— Pop. 
31 595 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,450 

Times (Dem.), W 1,500 

PLANO— Pop. 1,634 — Kendall Co. — Pop. 
11,467. 

Mystic Worker (Frat.), M 42,000 

News (Rep.), W 1,500 

POLO— Pop. 1,896— Ogle Co.— Pop. 29,129. 
Press (Rep.), W 3,754 



PONTIAC— Pop. 4,266 — Livingston Co. — 
Pop. 42,035. 

Commonwealth (Rep.), W 1,250 

Free Trader (Dem.), W 1,500 

Leader (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,2.50 

Pioneer (Rep.), W 2,700 

Sentinel (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . . . . 1,000 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 3,000 

PRINCETON— Pop. 4,023— Bureau Co.— 
Pop. 41,112. 

Record (Rep.), W 2,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 5,200 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,500 

QUINCY— Pop. 38,000— Adams Co.— Pop. 
67,058. 

Apple Specialist, M 13,000 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 3,800 

Farmers Call (Agri.), W 63,231 

Germania (Ger. Ind. Dem.), D 1,000 

Germania (Ind. Dem.), W 2,000 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,340 

Herald (Dem.), W 3,600 

Home Instructor (Lit.), M 60,000 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 11,500 

Journal of Industry (Dem.), W. . . . 1,600 

Labor News (Lab.), W 2,000 

Optic (Fam.), W 1,800 









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QUINCY— Continued. 

Poultry Keeper (Poultry), M 30,000 

Record (Rep.), W., Sat 7,821 

Reliable Poultry Journal, M 53,450 

Saturday Review (Rep.), W 1,200 

Whig (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 8,000 

Whig (Rep.), Sun 8,400 

Whig (Rep.), W 7,500 

RANTOUL— Pop. 1,207— Champaign Co.— 
Pop. 47,622. 

News (Ind.), W 1,250 

Press (Rep.), W 1,500 

REYNOLDS— Pop. 329— Rock Island Co.— 
Pop. 55,249. 

Press (Ind.), W 1,600 

ROBINSON— Pop. 1,683— Crawford Co.— 
Pop. 19,240. 

Argus (Rep.), W 1,250 

Constitution (Dem.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

ROCHELLE— Pop. 2,073— Ogle Co.— Pop. 
29,129. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,100 

Independent (Rep.), W 2,650 

Register (Rep.), W 1,000 

ROCKFORD— Pop. 33,400— Winnebago Co. 

—Pop. 47,845. 

Germania (Ger. Neut.), W 1,200 

Posten (Rep. Swede), W 3,800 

Register Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun ' 6,024 

Register-Gazette (Rep.), S-W 5,190 

Republic (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,258 

Star (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 6,550 

Star (Dem.), Sun.. 8,450 

Star (Dem.), S-W 3,650 

ROCK ISLAND— Pop. 21,300— Rock Island 
Co.— Pop. 55,249. 

Argus (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,650 









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Illinois — Continued 

ROCK ISLAND— Continued. 

Argus (Dem.), W 2,100 

Middle West Advocate (Lit.), M. . . 50,000 

Union (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 3,200 

Union (Rep.), W 1,750 

Unionists (Labor), M 2,000 

Volks-Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), S-W. . . . 1,800 

ROODHOUSE— Pop. 2,351— Greene Co.— 
Pop. 23,402.- 

Eye-Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

Record (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Record (Dem.), W 1 ,650 

RUSHVILLE— Pop. 2,292— Schuyler Co.— 
Pop. 16,129. 

Citizen (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 

Citizen (Ind.), W 1,250 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

Times (Dem.), W 1,700 

SALEM— Pop. 1,642 — Marion Co. — Pop. 
30,446. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,700 

Republican (Rep.) 1,150 

SHAWNEETOWN — Pop. 1,698 — Gallatin 
Co.— Pop. 15,836. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

News Gleaner (Rep.), W 1,300 

SHELBY VILLE— Pop. 3.546— Shelbv Co.— 
Pop. 32.126. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,400 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,500 

Union (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Union (Rep.), W 1,400 

SPARTA— Pop. 2,941— Randolph Co.— Pop. 
28,001. 

Aronaut (Dem.), W 1,050 

Plain Dealer (Rep.), W 1,020 

SPRINGFIELD — Pop. 36,300 — Sangamon 
Co.— Pop. 71,593. 

American Home (Frat.), M 7,000 







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Illinois— Continued 

SPRINGFIELD— Continued. 

Court of Honor (Frat.), M 77.000 

Farm Home (Agri.), M 31,000 

Illinois State Journal (Rep.), morn. 8.427 

Illinois State Journal (Rep.), Sun... 6,101 

Illinois State Journal (Rep.), S-W. 4,250 

Illinois Tradesman (Lab.), W 3,000 

Loyal American (Soc), M 11,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,650 

News (Rep.), S-W 3,500 

Odd-Fellows Herald, S-M 7,600 

Register (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon.. . 11,641 

Register (Dem.), Sun 9,635 

Register (Dem.), S-W 6,225 

Staats Wochenblatt (Ger. Ind.), W. 4,600 

State Capital (Rep.), W 1,000 



STERLING— Pop. 6,309— Whiteside Co.— 
Pop. 34,710. 

Beobachter (Ger. Dem.), W 1,615 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,850 

Gazette (Rep.), S-W 2,000 

Rural Life (Agri.), W 1,200 

Standard (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Standard (Rep.), S-W 1,680 



STREATOR— Pop. 15,000— La Salle Co.— 

Pop. 87,776. 

Free Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 2,710 

Free Press (Rep.), W 2,800 

Independent Times (Dem.), eve., 

ex. Sun 2,300 

Monitor (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Monitor (Rep.), W. 1,100 

Times-Tribune (Dem.), weekly ed. 

Independent Times 1,600 

Volksblatt (Ger. Ind.), W. 1,000 

SULLIVAN— Pop. 2,399— Moultrie Co.— 
Pop. 15,224. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,400 

News (Rep.), W 1,100 

Progress (Dem.), W 1,200 





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Illinois — Continued 

TAYLOR VILLE— Pop. 4,248— Christian Co. 
—Pop. 32,790. 

Breeze (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 

Breeze (Rep.), W 1,200 

Courier (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 640 

Courier (Dem.), W 3,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,400 

School Xews and Practical Edu- 
cator (Edu.), M 16,000 

TOULON- Pop. 1,057 — Stark Co. — Pop. 
10,186. 

News (Rep.), W 1,500 

Sentinel (Ind.), W 1,050 

TUSCOLA— Pop. 2,569— Douglass Co.— Pop. 
19,097. 

Journal-Republican (Rep.), W 3,100 

Review (Dem.), W 2,300 

URBANA— Pop. 5,728— Champaign Co.— 
Pop. 47,622. 

Courier (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,750 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,500 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,900 

VANDALIA— Pop. 2,665— Fayette Co.— 
Pop. 2S,065. 

Democrat (Dem ), W 1,000 

Leader (Dem.). W. 1,100 

Union (Rep.), W 1,200 

WARREN— Pop. 1,327— Jo. Daviess Co.— 
Pop. 24,533. 

Latest News (Ind.), W 1.550 

Sentinel Leader (Rep.), W 1^700 

WATSEKA— Pop. 2,505 — Iroquois Co. — 
Pop. 38,014. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,900 

Times-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 







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WAl KEGAN— Pop. 9,426— Lake Co.— Pop 
34,504. 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,625 

Gazette (Rep.), S-W 2,300 

Sun (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,340 

Sun (Rep.), W ■ . 2,000 

WAVERLY— Pop. 1,573— Morgan Co —Pop. 
35,006. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,000 

Journal (Soc), W 1,100 

WEST CHICAGO— Pop. 1,877— Du Page Co. 
—Pop. 28,196. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,200 

WHITE HALL— Pop. 2,030— Greene Co.— 
—Pop. 23,402. 

Register (Dem.), W 1,400 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 
Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

WOODSTOCK— Pop. 2,502— McHenry Co. 
—Pop. 29,759. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,400 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,500 

Volksblatt (Ger. Rep.) , W 1 ,450 

YORKVILLE— Pop. 413 — Kendall Co. — 
Pop. 11,467. 
Record (Rep.), W 1,850 



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Population 2,614,223.^ 

ALBION — Pop. 1,324 — Noble Co. —Pop. 
23,533. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,670 

New Era (Rep.), W 1,300 





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ALEXANDRIA— Pop. 7,421— Madison Co. 
—Pop. 70,470. 

Press (Dem.), W 1,000 

Times-Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 1^200 
Times^Tribune (Rep.), W 1,300 

ANDERSON- Pop. 23,100— Madison Co.— 

Pop. 70,470. 

Bulletin (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,290 

Democrat (Dem.), weekly edition 

of News 2,200 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 2,900 

Herald (Rep.), Sun 3,200 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,050 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

ANGOLA— Pop. 2,141— Steuben Co.— Pop. 
15,219. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

Magnet (Rep.), W 1,250 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,000 

ARGOS— Pop. 1,307— Marshall Co.— Pop. 
25,119. 
Reflector (Ind.), W 1,400 

ASHLEY— Pop. 1,040— Steuben Co.— Pop. 
15,219. 

Progressive Journal (Lit.), M 15,000 

Times (Ind.), W 1.000 

ATTICA— Pop. 3,005— Fountain Co.— Pop. 
21,446. 

Ledger (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Ledger (Rep.). W 1,800 

Press (Ind.), W 1,000 

. Warren Democrat (Dem.), W 1,700 

AUBURN— Pop. 3,396— DeKalb Co.— Pop. 
25,711. 

Courier (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Courier (Ind.), W 2,400 

Dispatch (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Dispatch (Rep.), W 1,200 



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Pop. 25,729. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... .• 1,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Mail (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Mail (Rep.), W 1,000 




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BLOOMFIELD— Pop. 1,588— Greene Co.— 
Pop. 28,530. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

News (Rep.), W 1,800 




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BLOOMINGTON— Pop. 6,460— Monroe Co. 
—Pop. 20,873. 
Courier (Dem.), S-W 1,650 




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Star (Ind.), W 1,050 

Telephone (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Telephone (Rep.), 1,000 


World (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 


BLUFFTON— Pop. 4,479— Wells Co.— Pop. 
23,449. 

Banner (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

Banner (Dem.), W 2,000 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,400 

News (Loc), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 




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BRAZII^-Pop. 7,786 — Clay Co. — Pop. 
34,285. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,100 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Orthonomic Era (Dem.), W 1,500 

Times (Local), eve., ex. Sun 1,670 

Times (Ind.), S-W 1,550 




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BROOKVILLE— Pop. 2,037— Franklin Co. 
—Pop. 16,388. 

American (Rep.), W 1,000 

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BROWNSTOWN— Pop. 1,685— Jackson Co. 
Pop. 26,663. 
Banner (Dem.), W 1,600 





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Indiana— Continued 

BUTLER— Pop. 2,063— De Kalb Co.— Pop. 
25,711.- 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,500 

Record (Rep.), W 1,000 

CANNELTON — Pop. 2,188 — Perry Co.— 
Pop. 18,778. 

Enquirer (Rep.), W 1,000 

Telephone (Dem.), W 2,400 



COLUMBIA CITY— Pop. 2,975— Whitley 

Co.— Pop. 17,328. 
Commercial Mail (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

Commercial (Rep.), W 1 ,000 

Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Post (Dem.), W 1,200 

COLUMBUS— Pop. 8,130— Bartholomew Co. 
—Pop. 24,594. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), W 1 ,500 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. ., 1,200 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

Star (Dem.), W 1,000 

Times (Ind.), morn 1,000 

CONXERSVILLE— Pop. 6,836— Fayette Co. 

—Pop. 13,495. 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,600 

Examiner (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,250 

Examiner (Dem.), W 1,840 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,290 

Times (Rep.), weekly edition of 

News 1,400 

CORYDON— Pop. 1,610— Harrison Co.— 
Pop. 21,702. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,450 





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COVINGTON— Pop. 2,213— Fountain Co.— 
Pop. 21,446. 

Friend (Dem.), W 1,550 

Republican (Rep.), W 1 ,700 

CRAWFORDSVILLE— Pop. 6.649— Moit- 
somery Co.— Pop. 29.388 

Chariot (Frot.), M 88.000 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 2,000 

Journfil (Rep.), W 3,751 

News-Review (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,200 

News-Review (Dem.), W 3,000 

Star (Ind.), Sun 1,850 

CROWN POINT— Pop. 2,336— Lake Co.— 
—Pop. 37,892. 

Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.), W 1,000 

Register (Rep.), W 1,200 

Star (Ind. Rep.), W 2,200 

DANVILLE— Pop. 1 ,802— Hendricks Co. — 
Pop. 21,292. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

DECATUR— Pop. 4,142— Adams Co.— Pop. 
22 232 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,200 

DELPHI— Pop. 2,135— Carroll Co. — Pop. 
19 953 

Citizen-Times (Dem.), W 2,600 

Journal (Rep.), W , 2,455 

DERBY— Pop. 175— Perry Co.— Pop. 18,778. 
Game-Bird (Pet Stock), M 6,000 

DUNKIRK — Pop. 3,187— Jay Co. — Pop. 

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News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

News (Rep.), W 1,500 

Star (Ind.), W 1,000 







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ELKHART— Pop. 16,400— Elkliart Co.— 




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Journal-News (Rep.), Sun 14,.350 




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FORT WAYNE— Pop. 48,200— Allen Co.— 




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Indiana — Continued 

FORT WAYNE— Continued. 

Journal-Gazette (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 8,670 

Journal Gazette (Dem.), W 2,850 

Medical Journal Magazine, M 2,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 8,200 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,800 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 4,250 

FRANKFORT— Pop. 7,100— Clinton Co.— 
Pop. 28,202. 

American Standard (Ind.), W 3,000 

Banner (Rep.), W 2,800 

Crescent (Dem.) , eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Crescent (Dem.), W 1,975 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,246 

Times (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon. 1,600 

Times (Ind.), W 3,300 

FRANKLIN — Pop. 4,005 — Johnson Co. — 
Pop. 20,223. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,900 

People's Paper (Co. News) , W 1 , 100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

Star (Loc), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

GOSHEN— Pop. 7,810— Elkhart. Co.— Pop. 
45,052. 

Cooking Club (Household), M 30,000 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,600 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 1,600 

News-Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 1,700 

News-Times (Rep.), W 4,800 

GREENCASTLE— Pop. 3,661— Putnam Co. 
—Pop. 21,478. 

Banner (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Banner (Rep.), W 1,900 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Star-Press (Dem.). W 2,100 

GREENFIELD— Pop. 4,489— Hancock Co. 
—Pop. 19,189. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,000 







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Indiana — Continued 

GREENFIELD— Continued. 

Globe (Rep.), W 1 ,200 

Herald (Dcm.),W 2,200 

Home and School Visitor (Juvenile), 

M 20,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,200 

Tribune (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Youth's Guardian (Juvenile), M. . . . 2,500 



GREEXSBURG— Pop. 5,034— Decatur Co. 
—Pop. 19,518. 

New Era (Dem.), W 2,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

News (Rep.), W 1,300 

Review (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Review (Rep.), W 1,790 

Standard (Rep.), W 1,850 

HAGERSTOWN— Pop. 862— Wayne Co.— 
Pop. 38,970. 

Exponent (Loc), W 1,000 

Farmer (Agri.), W 1,000 

HAMMOND— Pop. 14,300— Lake Co.— Pop* 
37 892 

News (Dem.), \V 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1.000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1^050 



HARTFORD CITY— Pop. 5,912— Blackford 

Co.— Pop. 17,213. 
News (Dem.), morn., and eve., ex. 

Sun 2,223 

Telegram (Dem.), W 1,650 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Times (Rep.), W 2,000 

HUNTINGBURG— Pop. 2,527— Dubois Co. 
—Pop. 20,357. 

Argus (Rep.), W 1,100 

Independent (Ind.), W 2,100 

Signal (Dem. Ger.), W 1,800 





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American Tribune (Ind.), W 


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Chronicle (Frat.), M 


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Clayw^orker (Trade), M 


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Deutsch Amerikanische Buchdruck 


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Drainage Journal (Agri.), M 


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Eastern Star (Frat.), M 


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Educator-Journal (Edu.), M 


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Fanciers' Gazette (Poult.), M 


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Farm Star (Agri.), S-M 


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Freei^an (Rep. Col.), Sat. W 


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Home Magazine (Lit.), M 


225,000 




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Indiana Farmer (Agri.), W 


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Indiana Medical Journal, M 


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Indiana Pharmacist (Pharm.), M. . . 


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Journeyman Barber (Trade), M.. . . 


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Live Stock Journal, eve., ex. Sun. . . 


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Locomotive Firemen's Magazine, M. 


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Marion County Mail (Ind.), W 


2,800 




Masonic Advocate (Mas.), M 


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News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 


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Indiana — Continued 

IXDIAXAPOLIS— Continued. 

Odd-Fellows' Talisman, M .' . . . 8,100 

Our Standard (Trade) , S-M 5,200 

Patriot Phalanx (Prohib.), Thurs. . . 8,000 

Pythian Journal (K. of P.) , M 6,600 

Reader Magazine (Lit.), M 80,000 

Recorder (Rep.), (Cold.), W 3,.300 

Reporter (Finance), morn., ex. Sun . 4,400 

Rough Notes (Insn.), W 3,000 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 23,138 

Sentinel (Dem.), Sun 39,345 

Spottvogel (Ger. Lit.), Sun 10,500 

Star (Ind.), morning 81,377 

Star (Ind.), Sun 58,053 

Sun (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 16,800 

Swine-Breeders' Journal, S-M 2,500 

Telegraph (Dem. Ger.), morn., ex. 

Sun 6,000 

Trade Journal ,W 5,000 

Typographical Journal, M 42,933 

Union (Labor), W 2,000 

Up-to-date Farming (Agri.), M 160,000 

Western Horseman, W 15,100 

Wheelsman' Gazette, M 11,100 

Whole Family (Agri.), M 20,000 

Woodworker (Mech.), M 8,600 

World (Ind.), W 4,500 



JEFFERSONVILLE — Pop. 10,774 — Clark 
Co.— Pop. 31,835. 

Beobachter (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

National Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Reflector (Ind.) W 1,800 

Star (Rep.), eve'., ex. Sun 1,000 



KOKOMO— Pop. 10,609— Howard Co.— Pop. 
28,575. 

Dispatch (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Dispatch (Dem.), W 2,000 

News (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,400 

Tribune (Rep.) , S-W 1 ,900 



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LAFAYETTE — Pop. 18,800 — Tippecanoe 
Co.— Pop. 38,659. 

Call (R«p..), eve., ex. Sun 4,300 

Commercial Gazette (Com.) , W 3,600 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,700 

Courier (Rep.), W. 4,000 

Deutsch Amerikaner, W '. . . . 1 , 100 

Homie Journal (Agri.), W 5,000 

Journal (Rep.,) morn. 5,3 1 2 

Leader (Ind.), Sun. 3,000 

Leader (Ind.),W 2,000 

Musical Mirror (Mus.), M. . . .- 2,000 

Times (Ihd.), Sun 5,000 

LA GRANGE— Pop. 1,703— La Grange Co. 
—Pop. 15,284. 

Democrat (Dem.), M 1,400 

Dirt (Real Est.), M. 2,000 

Saturday Call (Ind.), W 1,500 

Standard (Rep.), W. . . . . : 1,800 

LA PORTE— Pop. 7,113— La Porte Co.— 
Pop. 33,386. 

Argus Bulletin (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,150 

^ Argus Bulletin (Dem.), W 2,400 

' Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun " 1,400 

' Herald (Rep.), W 1,470 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,400 

LEBANON— Pop. 4,465— Boone Co.— Pop. 
26^321 . 

Patriot (Rep.), W 2,300 

Pioneer (Dem.), W 2,460 

■ Reporter (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. . 1,200 

LOGANSPORT— Pop. 17,168— Cass Co.— 
Pop, 34,545. 

Advance (Ind.), W. 2,000 

Choir Music (Music), M 7,800 

Chronicle (Ind.), W . 3,600 

Freie Presse (Dem. Ger.),W 1,800 

Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 3,100 

Journal (Rep.), W • 1,500 

, . Pharos (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 



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LOGAXSPORT— Continued. 

Pharos (Dem.), S-W 2,650 




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Reporter (Ind.), S-W 2,500 


Times (Prob.), W 1,440 


MADISON — Pop. 7,835 — Jefferson Co. — 
Pop, 22,913. 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,160 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,700 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,390 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,750 




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Times (Ind.), W 1,400 


MARION— Pop. 20,000 — Grant Co. — 
Pop. 54,693. 

Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,600 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,700 

Leader (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 5,741 

Leader (Dem.), S-W 2 200 




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News-Tribune (Ind.), morn., ex. Men. 5,900 
Teachers' Journal (Edu.), M 6,000 


MARTINSVILLE— Pop. 4,038— Morgan Co. 
—Pop. 20,457 . 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Reporter (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,000 






MENTONE— Pop. 757— Kosciusko Co.— 
Pop. 29,109. 
Gazette (Ind.), W. . . . 1,280 






MICHIGAN CITY— Pop. 16,100— La Porte 
Co.— Pop. 38,386. 

Dispatch (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,850 

Dispatch (Dem.), W 1,650 

Freie Lanze (Ger. Ind. Dem.), W . . . 1,025 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

News (Rep.), W 1,480 




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Pop, 25,088. 

Farmers' Advance (Agri.), M 4,000 

News (Rep.), S-W 1,000 . 







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I ndiana— Continued 

MISHAWAKA — Pop. 5,560 — St. Joseph 
Co.— Pop. 58,881. 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1 ,400 

Power and Transmission (Mech.) M. 22,500 



MONTICELLO— Pop. 2,107— White Co. — 
Pop. 19,138. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,100 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,260 



MT. VERNON— Pop. 5,132 — Posey Co. — 
Pop. 22,333. 
Democrat (Dem), morn., ex. Sun. . . 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1 ,600 

News (Rep.), S-W 1 .300 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

Sun (Rep.), W 1,000 

Western Star (Rep.), W 1,000 

MUNCIE — Pop. 24,600 — Delaware Co. — 
Pop. 49,624. 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1.450 

Herald (Dem.), W 1 250 

Star (Rep.), every morning 30,000 

Star (Rep.), Sun 18,000 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

Times (Rep.), W 1,400 

NEW ALBANY— Pop. 20,628 —Floyd Co. 
—Pop. 30,118. 

Ledger (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,650 

Ledger (Dem.), W 4,600 

Medical Herald (Med.), M 5,100 

Public Press (Dem.), W 2,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Tribune (Rep.), W. . .• 1,100 

NEW CASTLE— Pop. 3,406 — Henry Co. — 
Pop. 25,088. 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,700 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Tribune (Ind.). W 1,750 





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XOBLESVILLE — Pop. 4,792 — Hamilton 
Co.— Pop. 29,914. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Ledger (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Ledger (Rep.), S-W 2,000 

Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

NORTH MANCHESTER— Pop. 2,398 — 
Wabash Co.— Pop. 28,235. 
Journal (Rep.), W 2,500 

NORTH VERNON— Pop. 2,823 — Jennings 
Co. — Pop, 15,757. 

Plain Dealer (Rep.) , W 1 ,225 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,150 

NOTRE DAME— Pop. 596— St. Joseph Co. 
—Pop. 58,881. 

Ave Maria (Lit.), W. 24,000 

Scholastic (Edu.), W 2,000 

OSGOOD— Pop. 1,035— Ripley Co.— Pop. 
19,881. 
Journal (Dem.), W 2,350 

PERU — Pop. 8,463 — Miami Co. — Pop. 
2S,344. 

Chronicle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,570 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,860 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,100 

Sentinel (Dem.), S-W 2,900 

PETERSBURG— Pop. 1,751— Pike Co.— 
Pop. 20,480. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

Press (Rep.), W 1,200 

PLYMOUTH— Pop. 3,656— Marshall Co.— 
Pop. 25,199. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,300 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,500 

Independent (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 800 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,900 











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PORTLAND— Pop. 4,798 —Jay Co.— Pop. 

26,818. 
Commercial Review (Rep.), morn. 

and eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

Sun(Dem.),S-W . 2.400 

PRINCETON — Pop. 6,041 — Gibson CIo. — 
Pop. 30,099. 

Clarion-News (Rep.) , eve. , ex. Sun. . . 1 ,400 

Clarion-News (Rep.) , W 3,000 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun .... 1,200 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 2,800 

RENSSELAER— Pop. 2,255— Jasper Co.— 
Pop. 14,292. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,150 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

RICHMOND— Pop. 18,800— Wayne Co.— 
Pop. 38,970. 

Dignam's Magazine (Lit.), M 100,000 

Item (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,449 

Item(Ind.),W 1,000 

Palladium (Rep.), morn.,ex. Mon... 2,595 

Palladium (Rep.), W 1,200 

Sun-Telegram (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,959 

Sun-Telegram (Dem.) , W 800 

Volkszeitung (Ger. Dem.), W 800 

ROCHESTER— Pop. 3,421— Fulton Co.— 
Pop. 17,453. 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,270 

ROCKPORT — Pop. 2,882 — Spencer Co.— 
Pop. 22,407 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,850 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,620 

ROCKVILLE — Pop. 2,045— Parke Co. — 
Pop. 23,000. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,900 

Tribune (Dem.). W 1,000 



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Indiana— Continued 

RUSHVILLE — Pop. 4,541 — Rush Co. — 
Pop. 20,148. 

American (Ind.), W 2,700 

Graphic (Ind.), S-W 2,150 

Jacksonian (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 

Jacksonian (Dem.), W 1,250 

Republican (Rep.), W. . . 1,500 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

SALEM— Pop. 1,995— Washington Co.— 
Pop. 19,409. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Republican Leader (Rep.), W 1,850 



SEYMOUR— Pop. 6,445 —Jackson Co.— 
Pop. 26,633. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun * 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,850 



SHELBY VILLE— Pop. 7,169— Shelby Co. 
—Pop. 26,491. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,700 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,.300 

Jeffersonian (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.... 1,000 

Jeffersonian (Dem.), W 2,000 

Liberal (Ind.), morn., and eve., ex. 

Sun 1,-550 

Liberal (Ind.), S-W 2,700 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 2,115 

SOUTH BEND— Pop. 40,500— St. Joseph 
Co.— Pop. 58,881. 

Columbia Banner (Frat.) M 4,600 

Conee Polski (Pol.), S-W 1,850 

Courier (Ind. Ger.), W 1,100 

News (Local), Sun 3,200 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Times (Dem.), S-W 1,780 

Tribune (Rep.) eve., ex. Sun 7,100 

Tribune (Reo.^. W 1.900 





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Indiana— Continued 

SPENCER— Pop. 2,026— Owen Co.— Pop. 
15,149. 
Agricultural Epitomist fAgri.), M. .198.000 

Democrat (Dem.), W. 1,600 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,250 

SULLIVAN — Pop. 3,118 — Sullivan Co. — 
Pop. 26,005. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,700 

Union (Rep.), W 2,200 

TELL CITY — Pop. 2,680 — Perry Co. — 
Pop. 18,778. 

Anzeiger(Gcr. Rep.),W 1,050 

Journal (Ind.), W 1 ,000 

News (Dem.), W 1,020 

TERRE HAUTE — Pop. 38,700 — Vigo Co. 
—Pop. 62,035. 

American Rural Magazine (Lit.), M . 15,000 

Journal (Ger. Ind.) , eve., ex. Sun ... 1 ,000 

Journal (Ger. Ind.), W 1,800 

Star (Ind.), morn 21,008 

Star (Ind.), Sun 13,605 

Tribune and Gazette (Ind.), eve., 

ex. Sun 10,747 

Tribune and Gazette (Ind.) , Sun .... 8,800 

Tribune and Gazette (Ind.), W 3,000 

TIPTON— Pop. 3,764 —Tipton Co. — Pop. 
19,116. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,500 

Times (Dem.), W 2,500 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

UNION CITY— Pop. 2,716— Randolph Co. 
—Pop. 28,653. 

Eagle (Ind.), W 2,000 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Times (Rep.), W 2,700 

VALPARAISO— Pop. 6,280— Porter Co.— 
Pop. 19,175. 
Messenger (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,050 





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Indiana — Continued 

VALPARAISO— Continued. 

Messenger (Dem.), W 1,150 

Vidette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

\ idette (Rep.), W 1,250 

VEEDERSBURG — Pop. 1,638 — Fountain 
Co.— Pop. 21,446. 

News (Ind.), W 1,300 

Record (Rep.), W 1,000 

VERSAILLES — Pop. 501 — Ripley Co. — 
Pop. 19,881. 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,400 

VEVAY — Pop. 1,588 — Switzerland Co. — 
Pop. 11,840. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Reveille (Rep.), W 1,300 

VINCENXES — Pop. 10,700 — Knox Co. — 
Pop. 32,746. 

Capital (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

Capital (Rep.), W 1,000 

Commercial (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. 1,850 

Commercial (Rep.), W 3,200 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Western Sun (Dem.), W 3,500 

WABASH — Pop. 8,618 — Wabash Co. — 

Pop. 28,235. 

Plaindealer (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,500 

Plaindealer (Rep.), W 2,200 

Times & Star (Dem.), morn., ex.. 

Mon 1.400 

Times & Star (Dem.), W 2,000 

WARREN— Pop. 1,523— Huntington Co.— 
Pop. 28,901. 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,650 

WARSAW— Pop. 3,987— Kosciusko Co.— 
Pop. 29,109. 

Northern Indianian (Rep.), W 4,200 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Warsaw Union (Dem.), W 2,250 





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—Pop. 29.914. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,250 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2.500 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Gazette & Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,200 

Gazette & Herald (Rep.), W 1,000 




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WATERLOO— Pop. 1,244 — De Kalb Co. 
—Pop. 25,711. 
Press (Rep.), W 1,550 




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Pop. 16,854. 
Journal (Ind.), W 3,000 




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WINAMAC— Pop. 1,684 —Pulaski Co.— 
Pop, 14,033. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Democrat-Journal (Dem.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,350 

WINCHESTER— Pop. 3,705— Randolph Co. 
—Pop. 28,653, 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,610 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,800 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,400 




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Ardmoreite (Dem.), Sun 2,200 

Ardmoreite (Dem.), W 3,400 


ATOKA — Pop. 1,000 — Choctaw Nation- 
Pop. 99,681. 
Indian Citizen (Ind.), W 1,700 




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Indian Territory— Continued 

CADDO — Pop. 750 — Choctaw Nation — 
Pop. 99,681. 
Herald (Ind.), W 1,000 

CHICKASHA— Pop. 3,209— Chickasaw Na- 
tion— Pop. 139,260. 

Express (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 800 

Express (Dem.), W 1,250 

Telegram (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Telegram (Rep.), W 1,200 

COALGATE— Pop. 2,614— Choctaw Nation 
—Pop. 99,681. 
Courier (Local), W 1,050 

COMANCHI^Pop. 547— Chickasaw Nation 
—Pop. 139,260. 
Comanche News (Ind.), eve. ex. Sun. 

Comanche News (Ind.), W 1,300 

Reflex (Ind.), W 1.000 

DURANT— Pop. 2,969— Choctaw Nation- 
Pop. 99,681. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 1,000 

News (Dem.), W 1,200 

MUSKOGEE— Pop. 4 254— Creek Nation- 
Pop. 40,674. 
Phoenix (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon. .... 2,000 

Phoenix (Ind.), W 2,100 

Times-Democrat (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 5,200 

PAULS' VALLEY— Pop. 1,467— Chickasaw 
Nation— Pop. 1.39,260. 
Enterprise and Valley News (Dem.), 

W 1,300 

PURCELI^Pop. 2,277— Chickasaw Nation 
—Pop. 1.39,260. 

Register (Dem.), W 1,300 

Tribune (Ind.), W ; 1,250 







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Indian Teritory — Continued 

SOUTH McALESTER— Pop. 3,479— Choc- 
taw Nation— Pop. 99,681. 

Capital (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Capital (Dem.),W 1,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

News (Rep.), W 1,000 

TAHLEQUAH— Pop. 3,000— Cherokee Na- 
tion—Pop. 101,754. 

Arrow (Dem.), W 1,100 

Herald (Ind.), S-W 1,000 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,050 

TULSA— Pop. 1,300— Creek Nation —Pop. 
40,674. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,100 

Indian Republican (Rep.) , W 1 ,000 

VINITA— Pop. 2,339— Cherokee Nation- 
Pop. 101,754. 

Chieftain (Dem.), W 1,340 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,500 

WAGONER— Pop. 2,372— Creek Nation- 
Pop. 40,674. 

Record (Dem.), W 1,500 

Sayings (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon 1,000 

Sayings (Ind.), W 1,050 

WYNNEWOOD — Pop. 1,907 — Chickasaw 
Nation —Pop. 139,260. 

Free Press (Ind.), W 1,050 

Era (Dem.), W. 1,250 

Iowa 

Population, 2,331,853. 

ACKLEY— Pop. 1 ,445— Hardin Co. — Pop. 
22,794. 

Phonograph (Loc.) , W 1 ,000 

World (Dem.), W 1,750 

ADAIR — Pop. 879 — Adair Co. — Pop. 
16,192. 
News (Ind.), W 1,300 





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Iowa — Continued 

ADEL — Pop. 1,213 — Dallas Co. — Pop. — 
3,058. . 
Dallas County News (Rep.), W. . . . 1,800 
Record (Ind.), W 1,280 

AFTON — Pop. 1,178 — Union Co. — Pop. 
19,928. 
Star-Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,350 

ALBIA— Pop. 2,889— Monroe Co.— Pop.— 
17,985. 

News (Dem.), W 2,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,220 

Southern Iowa Educator (Ind.),W. 2,000 
Union (Ind.), S-W 2,300 

ALGONA— Pop. 2,911— Kossuth Co.— Pop. 
22,720. 

Advance (Rep.), W 1,500 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,300 

Upper Des Moines Republican 

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ALTON— Pop. 1,009 — Sioux Co. — Pop. 
23 3.37 
Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

AMES — Pop. 2,422 — Story Co. — Pop' 
23,159. 

Intelligencer (Rep.), W 1,000 

Times (Rep.), W 1,200 

ANAMOSA — Pop. 2,891 — Jones Co. — Pop 
21 954 

Eureka (Rep.), W 1,550 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,700 

ATLANTIC— Pop. 5,046— Cass Co. — Pop 
21,274. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Messenger (Rep.), W 1,400 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Telegraph (Rep.), W 2,250 



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AUDUBON— Pop. 1,866 — Audubon Co. — 
Pop. 13,626. 

Advocate (Dem.), W 1,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,400 

AURELIA— Pop. 621 — Cherokee Co. — 
Pop. 16,570. 
Sentinel (Dem.) 1,000 

BEDFORD— Pop. 1,977— Taylor Co.— Pop. 
18,784. 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,500 

Times Republican (Rep.) ., W 2,200 

BELLEPLAINE— Pop. 3,283— Benton Co. 
—Pop. 25,177. 

Democrat-Herald (Dem.), W 1,050 

Union (Rep.), T-W 1,550 

BLOOMFIELD— Pop. 2,105— Davis Co.— 
Pop. 15,620. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

. Republican (Rep.), W 2,500 

BOONE — Pop. 8,800 — Boone Co.— Pop. 
28,200. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Independent (Lab.), W 1,050 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

News (Rep.), W 2,250 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,400 

Republican (Rep), W 1,800 

Standard (Rep.), W 1,200 

BRITT— Pop. 1,540 — Hancock Co. — Pop. 
13,752. 

News (Rep.), W 1,150 

Tribune (Rep.),- W : . . 1,300 

BURLINGTON— Pop. 23,400— Des Moines 
Co.— Pop. 35,989. 

Gazette (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,150 

Gazette (Dem.), S-W 5,450 







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Iowa— Continued 

BURLINGTON— Continued. 

Hawk Eye (Rep.), morn.,ex. Mon. 8,794 

Hawk Eye (Rep.), Sun 10,055 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

Journal (Dem.), W 4,000 

Post (Rep.), W 3,650 

Volksfreund-Tribuene (Dem. Ger.), 

eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Volksfreund-Tribuene (Ger. Dem.), 

W 3,600 

BUSSEY — Pop. 550 — Marion Co. — Pop. 
24,159. 
Press (Ind.), W 2,300 

CARROLL — Pop. 2,882 — Carroll Co. — 
Pop. 20,319, 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), W 1,300 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,440 

Sentinel (Dem.), S-W 1,500 

Times (Dem.), W 1,208 

CASCADE.— Pop. 1,266— Dubuque Co.— Pop. 
56,403. 
Pioneer (Ind.), W 1,500 

CEDAR FALLS— Pop. 5,319— Black Hawk 
Co.— Pop. 32,399. 

Danne virke (Danish Ind.), W 3 000 

Globe (Rep.), W 1,850 

Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Record (Rep.), W 1,550 

CEDAR RAPIDS— Pop. 25,656— Linn Co.— 

Pop. 55,392. 

Gazette (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 7,014 

Gazette (Ind.), W 4,100 

Iowa Staats-Zeitang (Ger. Ind.),W. 7^000 
lowski Vestnick (Bohem.), daily.. . 3,500 
Kvinden og Hjemmet and Quinna- 

noch Hemmet, M 82,600 

Modern Brotherhood (Frat.), M SO'oOO 

R. R. Conductor (Labor), M 36,000 

Republican (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. 7,500 





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Iowa — Continued 

CEDAR RAPIDS— Continuetd. 

Republican (Rep.), Sun 9,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,000 

Saturday Record (Family), W 3,600 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3.800 

Western Penman (Edu.), M 20,000 

Western Poultry Journal. M ; . 18,500 

CENTERVILLE — Pop. 5,256 — Appanoose 
Co.— Pop. 25,927. 

Citizen (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,350 

lowegan (Rep.), S-W 2,000 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,600 

CHARITON — Pop. 3,989 — Lucas Co. — 
Pop. 16,128. 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,700 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,400 

Patriot (Rep.), W 1,500 

CHARLES CITY— Pop. 4,227— Floyd C^o.— 
Pop. 17,754. 

Advocate (Dem.), S-W 1,450 

Familien Freund (Ind. Ger.), W. . . 1,000 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,100 

Intelligencer (Rep.), W 1,400 

Iowa Teacher (Edu.), M 8,000 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

CLARINDA— Pop. 3,276— Page Co.— Pop, 
24,187, 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Rep,), S-W 2,300 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,450 

CLARION— Pop. 1,475— Wright Co.— Pop, 
18 227 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 1,200 

Monitor (Rep.), W 1,100 

CLINTON— Pop, 23,570— Clinton Co,— Pop. 
43,832, 

Advertiser, eve., ex. Sun II ,372 

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Iowa — Continued 

CLINTON— Continued. 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,282 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,000 

Iowa Volks-Zeitung (Ger. Dem.),W. 1,100 

Merry War (Story), W . 3,200 

Mirror (Rep.), W 1,200 

CORNING— Pop. 2,145— Adams Co.— Pop. 
13,601. 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,750 

Union Republican (Rep.), W 2,000 

CORYDON— Pop. 1,477— Wayne Co.— Pop. 
17,491. 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W ] ,700 

Times-Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

COUNCIL BLUFFS— Pop. 30,000— Potta- 
watamie Co.— Pop. 54,336. 

Freie Presse (Ger. Dem.), W 1,400 

Nonpareil (Rep.), morn 8,700 

CRESCO— Pop. 2,806— Howard Co.— Pop. 
14,512. 

Plain Dealer (Dem.) , S-W 1 ,800 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 1,000 

Times (Rep.), W 1,350 

CRESTON— Pop. 7,752— Union Co.— Pop. 

19,928. 
Advertiser Gazette (Dem,), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,750 

Advertiser Gazette (Dem.), S-W. . . 1,400 

American (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 1,600 

Independent American(Dem.),S-W. 2,500 

Progress (Ind.), M 5,200 

DAVENPORT.— Pop. 40,000— Scott Co.— 

Pop. 51,558. 
Democrat and Leader (Dem.), eve., 

ex. Sun 9,200 

Democrat and Leader (Dem.), Sun. 9,226 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,100 











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Iowa — Continued 

DAVENPORT— Continued. 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 1,000 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), S-W 1,500 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), W 3,600 

Iowa Reform (Ger. Dem.), S-W .... 2,700 

Iowa Reform (Ger. Dem.), W 3,500 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun II ,840 

Times (Ind.), S-W 1,000 

Tri-City Star (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 5,000 

DECORAH— Pop. 3,246— Winneshiek Co.— 
Pop. 23,731. 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,650 

Posten (Norweg. Fam.), S-W 40,979 

Public Opinion (Rep.), W 2,300 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,950 

DENISON— Pop. 2,771— Crawford Co.— Pop. 
21,685. 

Bulletin (Dem.), W 1,420 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), W 1,100 

Fraternal Chopper (Frat.), M 5,000 

Review (Rep.), S-W 1,850 

Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), W 1,850 

DES MOINES— Pop. 66,000— Polk Co.— 

Pop. 82,624. 

Capital (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 40,000 

Globe (Ind.), W. . . 1,500 

Grand Army Advocate (Patriot.), 

S-M 6,200 

Homemaker (Household), M 120,000 

Homestead (Agri.), Thurs 77,025 

Iowa Staats Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.) ,W. 5,000 
Iowa State Register and Farmer 

(Rep.), W 32,266 

Iowa Unionist (Labor), W 3,780 

Ladies' Favorite Magazine (Home) 

M 200,000 

Midland Schools (Edu.), M 3,300 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 40,361 

Northwestern Banker, M 3,150 









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DES MOIXES— Continued. 

People's Pop. Monthly (Lit.), M. .280,000 

Plain Talk (Rep.), W 2,400 

Poultry Success (Poult.), M 16,305 

Register & Leader (Rep.), every 

morning 29,856 

Register & Leader (Rep.), Sun 27,038 

Spirit of the West (Turf), 4,580 

Successful Farming (Agri.), M 250,000 

Svithiod (Swedish), W 7,490 

Underwriters' Review, S-M 2,000 

Wallace's Farmer and Dairj^man 

(Agri), Fri 44,876 

Western Economist (Ins.), M 1,500 

Western Farm Journal, M 18,500 

DUBUQUE— Pop. 42,000— Dubuque Co.— 

Pop. 56,403. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 3,500 

Farmers' and Merchants' Review, 

S-M 5,000 

Globe-Journal (Rep.), eve . 9,000 

National Demokrat (Ger.), W 2,160 

Normal Monthly (Edu.), M 2,000 

Telegraph-Herald (Ind.), morn.... 4,228 
Telegraph-Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun... 8,724 

Telegraph-Herald (Ind.), Sun 13,077 

Telegraph-Herald (Ind.), S-W 20,000 

Times (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 12,600 

Times (Rep.), Sun 18,500 

Times (Rep.), S-AV 11,000 

Trade-Journal (Trade), M 1,200 

DUNLAP— Pop. 1,355— Harrison Co.— Pop. 
25,.597. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

Reporter (Rep.), W 1,550 

EAGLE GROVE— Pop. 3,557— Wright Co. 
—Pop. 18,227. 

Eagle (Rep.), W 1,100 

Times-Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 
Times-Gazette (Rep.), W 1,400 



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ELDOEA— Pop. 2,233— Hardin Co.— Pop. 
22 794 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,500 

Herald (Rep.), S-W 2,000 

Ledger (Rep.), W 1,500 

ELKADER— Pop. 1,321— Clayton Co.— Pop. 
27,750. 

Argus (Rep.), W 1,150 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Nord-Iowa Herold (Ger.), W 1,165 

Register (Dem.), W. 1,800 

EMMETSBURG— Pop. 2,361— Palo Alto Co. 
—Pop. 14,354. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Reporter (Rep.), W 1,400 

ESTHERVILLE— Pop. 3,237— Emmett Co- 
—Pop. 9,936. 

Democrat (Dem!), W 1,450 

Enterprise (Rep), W 2,000 

Vindicator (Rep.), W 2,000 

FAIRFIELD— Pop. 4,689— Jefferson Co.— 
Pop. 17,437. 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,250 

Ledger (Rep.), W 2,000 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,800 

FARMINGTON— Pop .1,332— Van Buren Co. 
—Pop. 17,354. 
Herald (Dem.), W 1,050 

FOREST CITY— Pop. 1,758— Winnebago 
Co.— Pop. 12,725. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,260 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,600 

Summit (Rep.), W 1,700 

FORT DODGE— Pop. 14,600 — Webster 
Co.— Pop. 31,757. 
Chronicle (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 



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FORT DODGE— Continued. 

Chronicle (Dem.), S-W 1,100 

Messenger (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . . 2,200 

Messenger (Rep.), S-W 3,400 

Post (Ind.). W 1,400 

FORT ^lADISON— Pop. 9,278— Lee Co.— 
Pop. 39,719. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,300 

Democrat (Dem.), W . 2,500 

Gem City (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . . 

Gem City (Dem.), W 1,348 

Knight's Sword and Helmet, M.. . . 6,300 

GLEXWOOD— Pop. 3,040 — Mills Co. — 
Pop. 16,764. 

Opinion (Rep.), W 1,550 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,680 

GREENFIELD- Pop. 1,300— Adair Co.— 
Pop. 16,192. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Transcript (Rep.), W 1.000 

GRIXNELI^Pop. 3,860— Poweshiek Co.— 
Pop. 19,414. 

Gazette (Ind.), W 1,000 

Herald (Rep.), S-W 1,750 

GRUNDY CENTER— Pop. 1,322— Grundy 
Co.— Pop. 13,757. 

Democrat (Dem.) , W 1 ,800 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 

GUTHRIE CENTER— Pop. 1,193— Guthrie 
Co.— Pop. 18,729. 

Guthrian (Rep.). W 1,S00 

Sentinel-Democrat (Ind.), W 1 ,300 

Times (Pop.), W 1,200 

GUTTENBERG— Pop. 1,620— Clayton Co. 
—Pop. 27,750. 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,000 

Press (Ind.), W 1,200 



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HAMBURG— Pop. 2,079— Fremont Co.— 
Pop. 18,546. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

Reporter (Rep.), W. . . 1,000 

Saturday News (Rep.) , W 1 ,150 

HAMPTON— Pop. 2,727— Franklin Co.— 
Pop. 14,996. 

Chronicle (Rep.). W 1 ,650 

Globe (Dem.), W .'. . .. 1,725 

Recorder (Rep.), W 1 ,600 

HARLAN— Pop. 2,422— S^lby Co.— Pop. 
17 932 

American (Ind.), W 1,120 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,400 

HAVARDON— Pop. 1,810— Sioux Co.— Pop. 
23,3.37. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1 ,000 

Independent (Dem.), W 1,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,400 

HEDRICK— Pop. 1,035— Keokuk Co.— Pop. 
24.979. 

American (Ind.l, W 1,150 

Republican (Rep.), W. 1,300 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,000 

HOLSTEIN— Pop. 870 — Ida Co. — Pop. 
12,327. 
Advance (Ger. and Eng. Dem.), W. 1,500 

HUMBOLDT— Pop. 1,474— Humboldt Co.— 
Pop. 12,667. 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,350 

IDA GROVE— Pop. 1,937— Ida Co.— Pop. 
12,327. 

Era (Rep.), W... 1,400 

Pioneer (Dem.), W 1,800 



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IXDEPEXDEXCE— Pop. 3,656— Buchanan 
Co.— Pop. 21,427. 

Bulletin-Journal (Rep.), W 2,200 

Conservative (Dem.), W 1,800 

IXDIAXOLA— Pop. 3,261— Warren Co.— 
Pop. 20,376. 

Advocate-Tribune (Dem.), W 1,800 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,400 

Record (Rep.), W 1,500 

IOWA CITY— Pop. 7,987— Johnson Co.— 
Pop. 24,817. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 2,500 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,150 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 3,200 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,000 

State Press (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . 2,400 



IOWA FALLS— Pop. 2,840— Hardin Co.— 
Pop. 22,794. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 1,100 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,500 

JEFFERSOX— Pop. 2,601— Greene Co.— 
Pop. 17,820.' 

Bee (Rep.), W 3,400 

Standard (Dem.), W 1,640 

KEOKUK— Pop. 14,641 — Lee Co. — Pop. 

39,719. 
Constitution Democrat(Dem.), eve., 

ex. Sun 4,300 

Constitution Democrat(Dem.),S-W. 6,700 

Gate Citv (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. . 3,664 

Post-Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.), W 1,000 

Standard (Xon-part.), W 1,685 

KXOXVILLE— Pop. 3,131— Marion Co.— 
Pop. 24,159. 

Express (Dem.), W 2,550 

Journal (Rep.), W , 2.250 



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LAKE CITY— Pop. 2,703— Calhoun Co.— 
Pop. 18,569. 

Blade (Rep.), W 1,050 

Graphic (Rep.), W 1,700 

Newsdnd.), W 1,000 

LAMONI— Pop. 1,540— Decatur Co.— Pop. 
18,115. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,050 

Independent Patriot (Ind.), W. . . . 2,000 

LANSING— Pop. 1,438— Allamakee Co.— 
Pop. 18,711. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,680 

Mirror (Rep.), W 1,500 

LE MARS— Pop. 4,146— Plymouth Co.— 
Pop. 22,209. 

Globe-Post (Dem.), S-W 1,900 

Herold (Ger. Dem.), W 1,950 

Sentinel (Rep.), S-W 2,640 

LEON — Pop. 1 ,905 — Decatur Co. — Pop. 
18,115. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,800 

Reporter (Dem.), W 2,700 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

LINEVILLE— Pop. 690— Wayne Co.— Pop. 
17,491. 

News (Dem.), W 2,500 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,050 

LOGAN— Pop. 1,377— Harrison Co.— Pop 
25 597 

Gazette (Ind.), W 1,450 

Nucleus (Dem.), W 1,100 

Observer (Rep.), W 1,300 

MALVERN— Pop. 1,166— Mills Co.— Pop. 
16,764. 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,400 

Southwest lowan (Dem.), W 1,500 





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MANCHESTER— Pop. 2,887— Delaware Co. 
—Pop. 19,185. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500- 

News (Rep.), W 2,500 

Press (Rep.), W 1,450 

MANNING — Pop. 1,169 — Carroll Co. — 
Pop. 20,319. 

Herold (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

Monitor (Rep.), W 1,200 

MAQUOKETA— Pop. 3,777— Jackson Co.— 
Pop. 23,615. 

Excelsior (Rep.), W 1,500 

Jackson Journal (Ger. Ind.), W 2,000 

Jackson Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,300 

Record (Dem.), W 1,640 

Red Polled Record (Stock), Q 2,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

MARENGO- Pop. 2,007— Iowa Co.— Pop. 
19,544. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,320 

MARION— Pop. 4,102— Linn Co.— Pop. 
55,392. 

Register (Rep.), T-W 2,000 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,600 

MARSHALLTOWN— Pop. 14,700— Marshall 
Co.— Pop. 29,991. 

Beobachter (Ger. Dem.), W 1 ,000 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,550 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,850 

Reflector (Dem.), W 3,270 

Times-Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 9,600 

Times-Republican (Rep.), S-W. . . . 6,800 

MASON CITY— Pop. 6,746— Cerro Gordo Co. 
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Globe-Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,770 

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MASON CITY— Continued. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

Retailer (Trade), M. . . 2,700 

Times-Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,650 

Times-Herald (Ind.), W 1,800 

MAXWELI.— Pop. 810 — Story Co. — Pop. 
23 159 

Odd-Feilow (I. O. O. F.), S-M 5,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,200 

MONTEZUMA— Pop. 1,210— Poweshiek Co. 
—Pop. 19,414. 

Palladium (Dem.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,370 

MONTICELLO— Pop. 2,104— Jones Co.— 
Pop. 21,954. 

Express (Rep.), W. 1,450 

Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

MOUNT AYR— Pop. 1,729— Ringgold Co.— 
Pop. 15,325. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,000 

News (Loc), W-S 2,160 

Record (Rep.), W 1,800 

MOUNT PLEASANT— Pop. 4,109— Henry 
Co.— Pop. 20,022.- 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,100 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Journal (Rep.), S-W.. . . 1,500 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 

News (Ind.), W 1,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,950 

MUSCATINE— Pop. 14,500— Muscatine Co. 

—Pop. 28,242. 

Correspondent (Ger. Ind.), W 1,000 

Deutscher Anzeiger (Ind. Dem.),W. 1,594 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5, 128 

Journal (Rep.). S-W 2.521 

Loyal Workman (A. O. U. W.), M.. 16,800 
News-Tribune (Dem.), morn., ex. 

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MUSCATINE— Continued. 

News-Tribune (Dem.), W. . ; 2,160 

Record (Ind.), W 2,500 

NEOLA— Pop. 921— Pottawattamie Co.— 
Pop. 54,336. 

Gazette (Ind.), W 1,150 

Reporter (Ind.), W 1,600 

NEVADA — Pop. 2,472 — Story Co. — Pop. 
23,159. 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 1,550 

Representative (Rep.), W 1,800 

Watchman (Ind.), W 1,500 

NEW HAMPTON— Pop. 2,339— Chickasaw 
Co.— Pop. 17,037. 

Courier (Rep.), W 2,000 

Freie Presse (Ger. Dem.), W 1,100 

Gazette (Ind.), W 1,700 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,300 

NEWTON — Pop. 3,682 — Jasper Co.— Pop. 
26,976. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,250 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,800 

Record (Rep.), W 2,500 

OELWEIN — Pop. 5,142 — Fayette Co. — 
Pop. 29,845. 

Record (Dem.), W 2,200 

Register (Rep.), W 2,300 

OSAGE — Pop. 2,734 — Mitchell Co. — Pop. 
14,960. 

News (Rep.), W 1,800 

Press (Rep.), W 2,800 

OSCEOLA— Pop. 2,505— Clarke Co.— Pop. 
12,440. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,550 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 2.400 





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OSKALOOSA— Pop. 9,212— Mahaska Co.— 
Pop. 34,273. 

Globe (Ind.), W 2,000 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,610 

Times-Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,000 

Times-Journal (Dem.), W 2,000 

OTTUMWA— Pop. 19,500— Wapello Co.— 
Pop. 35,426. 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,460 

Courier (Rep.), T-W 8,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Journal (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

Saturday Herald (Ind.), W 1,000 

PELLA— Pop. 2,623— Marion Co. — Pop. 
24,159. 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 1,260 

Weekblad (Dem. Holland), W 1,850 

PERRY— Pop. 3,986 — Dallas Co. — Pop; 
23,058. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,700 

Chief-Reporter (Rep.), W 1,800 

RED OAK— Pop. 4,355— Montgomery Co.— 
Pop. 17,803. 

Express (Rep.), W 2,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,300 

Sun (Dem.), W 1„500 

ROCKWELL CITY— Pop. 1,222— Calhoun 
Co.— Pop. 18,569. 

Advocate (Ind.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

SABULA— Pop. 1,029— Jackson Co.— Pop. 
23,615. 
Gazette (Ind.), W 1,700 

SAC CITY — Pop. 2,079 — Sac Co. — Pop. 
17,639. 
Sun (Rep.), W 1,900 





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SHELDON — Pop. 2,282 — O'Brien Co. — 
Pop. 16,985. 

Mail (Rep.), S-W 1,690 

Sun (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 

Sun (Ind.), W 2,780 

SHENANDOAH— Pop. 3,573 —Page Co.— 
Pop. 24,187. 

Post (Ind.), S-W 2,600 

Sentinel (Rep.), T-W 5,000 

World (Dem.), S-W 2,000 

SIDNEY— Pop. 1,143— Fremont Co.— Pop. 
18,546. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,800 

Sun (Rep.), W 1,200 

SIGOURNEY— Pop. 1,952— Keokuk Co.— 
Pop. 24,979. 

Courier (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

News (Rep.), W 3,600 

Review (Dem.), W 1,500 

SIOUX CITY— Pop. 33,111 — Woodbury Co. 
—Pop. 54,610. 

Courier (Ger. Dem.), W 1,500 

Farmer and Breeder, W 12,000 

Farmers' Tribune (Agri.), W 42,000 

Journal (Rep.), morn, and eve 29,045 

Live Stock Record, eve., ex. Sun. . 2,600 

Svenska Monitoren (Swed.), W. . . . 3,200 

Tribune (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 26,349 

Union Advocate (Labor), W 5,340 

Volksfreund (Ger. Dem.), W 1,600 

SPENCER — Pop. 3,095 — Clay Co. — Pop. 
13,401. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,550 

News (Rep.), W. 1,400 

Reporter (Rep.), W 1,500 

SPIRIT LAKE — Pop. 1,219— Dickinson 
Co.— Pop. 7,995. 

Beacon (Rep.), W 1,200 

Deutsche Post (Ger.), W 1,240 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,400 





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STORM LAKE— Pop. 2,169— Buena Vista 
Co.— I'op. 10,975. 

Pilot-Tribune (Rep.), W 2,150 

Vidette (Dem.), W. 2,050 

STORY CITY— Pop. 1,197— Story Co.— 
Pop. 23,159. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,000 

Viseigutten (Skand.), W 7,600 

TAMA — Pop. 2,649 — Tama Co. — Pop. 
24,585. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,700 

News (Dem.), W 1,100 

TIPTON — Pop. 2,513 — Cedar Co. — Pop. 
19 371 

Advertiser (Rep.), S-W 2,150 

Conservative (Dem.), W 2,200 

TOLEDO — Pop. 1,941 — Tama Co. — Pop. 

24,585. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1 ,500 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

TRAER — Pop. 1,485 — Tama Co. — Pop. 
24,585. 
Star-Clipper (Rep.), W 3,000 

VINTON — Pop. 3,499 — Benton Co. — Pop. 
25,177. 

Eagle (Rep.), S-W 2,300 

Review (Rep.), W 1,300 

Times (Dem.), W . . 1,350 

WAPELLO— Pop. 1,398— Louisa Co.— Pop. 
13,516. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,350 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,100 

WASHINGTON— Pop. 4,255— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 20,718. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,250 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,500 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

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WATERLOO— Pop. 18,100— Blackhawk Co. 
—Pop. 32,399. 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Courier (Rep.), S-W 1,900 

Creamery Journal (Dairy), M '. 8,000 

Deutseh Amerikaner (Dem.), W. . . 1,450 

Egg Reporter, M 18,500 

Kimball's Dairy Farmer, M 16,000 

Reporter (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,400 

Reporter (Rep.), S-W 2,000 

Times-Tribune (Dem.), S-W 2,000 

Workman (Frat.), M 7,000 

WAUKOX— Pop. 2,153— Allamakee Co.— 
Pop. 18,711. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,250 

Standard (Rep.), W 1,200 

WAVERLY- Pop. 3,177— Bremer Co.— Pop. 
16,305. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,350 

Phoenix (Ger. Dem.), W 1,300 

Republican, W 1,400 

WEBSTER CITY— Pop. 4,613— Hamilton 

Co.— Pop. 19,514. 
Freeman-Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

Freeman-Tribune (Rep.), W 1,550 

Graphic-Herald (Dem.), W 1,500 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,500 

Little Daily (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,400 

WEST UNION— Pop. 1,935— Fayette Co.— 
Pop. 29,845. 

Argo (Rep.), W 2,300 

Gazette (Loc. Rep.), W 1,450 

Union (Dem.), W 2,200 

WINTERSET— Pop. 3,039— Madison Co.— 
Pop. 17,710. 

Madisonian (Rep.), W 2,200 

News (Dem.), W .- 1,600 





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Population 1,535,160. 

ABILENE — Pop. 3,507 — Dickinson Co.— 
Pop. 21,816. . 

Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,950 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

News (Dem.), W 1,700 

Reflector (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 800 

Reflector (Rep.), W 1,950 

ALMA — Pop. 966 — Wabaunsee Co. — Pop. 
12,813. 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,350 

Signal (Dem.), W 1,600 

ARKANSAS CITY— Pop-. 6,140— Cowley Co. 

—Pop. 30,156. 
Arkansas Valley Democrat (Ind.), 

W • 1,000 

Enquirer (Rep.), W 1,100 

Gate City Journal (Ind.) , W 1 ,000 

Traveler (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Traveler (Rep.), W 1,010 

X-Rays (Ind.), W 1,268 

ATCHISON— Pop. 15,722— Atchison Co.— 

Pop. 28,606. 

Champion (Rep.), W 3,100 

Globe (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,700 

Globe (Ind.), W 1,200 

Kansas Staats Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.), 

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BELLEVILLE— Pop. 1,833— Republic Co. 
—Pop. 18,248. 

Freeman (Pop.), W 1,550 

Telescope (Rep.), W 2,500 

BELOIT— Pop. 2,359— Mitchell Co.— Pop. 
14,647. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,640 

Times (Rep.), W 1,370 

Western Call (Pop.), W 1,500 





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BURLIXGAME— Pop. 1,438— Osage Co.— 
Pop. 23,659. - 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,500 

BURLIXGTOX— Pop. 2,418— Coffey Co.— 
Pop. 16,643. 

Independent (Dem.), W 1,050 

Jeffersonian (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 

Jeffersonian (Ind.), W 2,250 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,650 

CHANUTE— Pop. 4,208— Xeosha Co.— Pop. 
19,254. 

Blade (Dem.), W 1,550 

Sun (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,950 

Times (Rep.), W 1,500 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

CHERRY VALE— Pop. 3,472 — Montgomery 
Co —Pop. 46,277. 

X>ws (Ind.), Dem. morn 1,000 

Xews (Ind. Dem.), Sun 1,200 

CLAY CEXTER— Pop. 3,069— Clay Co.— 
Pop. 15,833. 

Dispatch (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Dispatch (Pop.\ W 2,150 

Times (Rep.), W 1 ,950 

Western Breeders' Journal, M 12,800 

COFFEYVILLE— Pop. 4,953— Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 29,039. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,200 

Kansan (Rep.), W 2,000 

COLUMBUS— Pop. 2,310— Cherokee Co.— 
Pop. 42,694. 
Advocate (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 

Advocate (Rep.). W 1,700 

Modei-n Light (Pop.), W 2,250 

COXCORDl A— Pop. 3,401— Cloud Co —Pop. 
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Kansas— Continued 

CONCORDIA— Continued. 

Blade & Empire (Rep.), W 2,500 

Kansan (Pop.), W 2,200 

Press (Dem.), W -. 1,250 

COUNCIL GROVE— Pop. 2,265— Morris Co. 
—Pop. 11,967. 

Guard (Dem.), W 2,150 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,200 

DODGE CITY— Pop. 1,942— Ford Co.— 
Pop. 5,497. 

Globe-Republican (Rep.), W 1 ,250 

Live Stock Farmer (Agri.), W 3,000 

EL DORADO— Pop. 3,466— Butler Co.— 
Pop. 23,363. 

Industrial Advocate (Pop.), W 1,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,260 

Walnut Valley Tim.es (Rep.), W. . 1,800 

ELSWORTH— Pop. 1,549— Elsworth Co.— 
Pop. 9,626. 

Messenger (Dem.), W 1,300 

Reporter (Rep.), W 1,350 

EMPORIA— Pop. 8,223— Lyon Co.— Pop. 
25,074. 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,200 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 2,150 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,200 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Times (Dem.), W 2,500 

ERIE — Pop. 1,111 — Neosho Co. — Pop. 
19,254. 

Republican-Record (Rep.), W 1,650 

Sentinel (Pop.), W 1,200 

EUREKA— Pop. 2,091— Greenwood Co.— 
Pop. 16,196. 

Democratic Messenger (Dem.), W.. 1,800 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,750 



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Kansas — Continued 

FLORENCE— Pop. 1,178— Marion Co.— Pop. 
20,676. 
Xews-Bulletin (Rep.), W 1,250 



FORT SCOTT— Pop. 14,400— Bourbon Co.— 
Pop. 24,712. 

Republican (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. 1,600 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

Tribune & Monitor (Dem.), eve., 

ex. Sun 1,750 

Tribune & Monitor (Dem.), S-W. . . 2,900 

Western Medical Journal, M 1,900 

FREDOXIA— Pop. 1,650— Wilson Co.— Pop. 
16,621. 

Alliance-Herald (Ind.), W 1,000 

Citizen (Rep.), W 1,650 

GALENA- Pop. 12,378— Cherokee Co.— Pop. 
40,690. 

Republican (Rep.), W ♦. 1,200 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

GARNETT— Pop. 2,078— Anderson Co.— 
Pop. 13,938. 

Agitator (Pop.), W 1,150 

Eagle-Plaindealer (Pop.), W 1,900 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,050 

GIRARD— Pop. 2,473— Crawford Co.— Pop. 
38,809. 

Appeal to Reason (Soc), W 303,181 

Independent News (Dem.), W 1,450 

Press (Rep.), W 2,400 

AYayland's Monthly (Soc.) 10,000 

GREAT BEND— Pop. 2,470— Barton Co.— 
Pop. 13,784. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Item (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 

Presse (Ind. Ger.), W 1,550 

Register (Rep.), W 1,200 

Tribune (Rep.). W 1,000 







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HIAWATHA — Pop. 2,829 — Brown Co. — 
Pop. 22,369. 

Democrat (Pop.), W 1,500 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,300 

World (Rep.), W 3,200 

HOLTON— Pop. 3,082— Jackson Co.— Pop. 
17,117. 

Recorder (Rep.), W 1,850 

Signal (Dem.), W 1,300 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,100 

HORTON — Pop. 3,398 — Brown Co.— Pop. 
22,369. 

Commercial (Dem.), W 1,800 

Headlight (Rep.), W 1,550 

HOWARD— Pop. 1,207 — Elk Co. — Pop. 
11,443. 

Citizen (Dem.), W 1,200 

Courant (Rep.), W 1,300 

HUTCHINSON— Pop. 10,000— Reno Co.— 
Pop. 29,027. 

Bee (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Bee (Rep.),W 2,150 

Gazette (Ind.), S-W 1,500 

Independent (Rep.), W 2,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

News (Rep.), W 2,200. 

Tradesman (Trade), W 1,000 

INDEPENDENCE — Pop. 4,851 — Mont- 
gomery Co.— Pop. 22,039. 

Reporter (Loc), eve., ex. Sun 1,650 

Star (Loc), eve. ex. Sun 1,000 

Star & Kansan (Pop.), W 1,450 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,500 

lOLA— Pop. 5,791— Allen Co.— Pop. 19,507. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,020 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

Register (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

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Kansas— Continued 

JUXCTIOX CITY— Pop. 4,695— Geary Co. 
—Pop. 10,744. 

Republic (Rep.), W 1,900 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Union (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Union (Rep.), W 3,000 

KANSAS CITY— Pop. 51,418— Wyandotte 

Co.— Pop. 73,227. 
Cooper's International Journal 

(Trade), M 10,000 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

Gazette (Rep.), W 9,650 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung (Ger. Rep.), 

W 1,000 

Labor Record (Labor), W. 5,000 

Sun (Pop.), W 1,600 

Wyandotte Herald (Dem.), W 1,100 

KIXGMAX— Pop. 1,785— Kingman Co.— 
Pop. 10,663. 

Journal (Pop.), W 1,750 

Leader-Courier (Rep.), W 1,500 

Telegraph (Ind. Ger.) 1,200 

LARXED— Pop. 1,583— Pawnee Co.— Pop. 
5,084. 

Chronoscope (Rep.), W^ 1,350 

Tiller & Toiler (Dem.), W 1,600 

LAWRF.XCE— Pop. 11,750— Douglas Co.— 
Pop. 25,096. 

-Fraternal Aid (Frat.), M 34,000 

Germania (Ger. Ind.), W 2,000 

Jefferson Gazette (Dem.), W 2,500 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,200 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,800 

World (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,600 

World (Rep.)i W 3,250 

LEAVEXWORTH — Pop. 20,735 — Leaven- 
worth Co.— Pop. 40,940. 

Times (Rep.). mor«., ex. Mon 12,500 

Times (Rep.), W 10,000 





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LEAVENWORTH— Continued. 

Tribuene (Ger. Ind.), W 2,000 

Union (Ind.), W : 1,000 

Western Life (Ind.), W 2,500 

LINCOLN— Pop. 1,262— Lincoln Co.— Pop. 
9,986. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,300 

LYONS— Pop. 1,736— Rice Co.— Pop. 14,745. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

McPHERSON— Pop. 2,996— McPherson Co. 
—Pop. 21,421. 

Freeman (Rep.), W 1,300 

Opinion (Pop.), W 1,050 

Rays of Light (Lit.), M 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,300 

MANHATTAN— Pop. 3,438— Riley Co.— 
Pop. 13,828. 

Industrialist (Edu.), M 3,000 

Mercury (Dem.), W 1,442 

Nationalist (Rep.), T-W 1,600 

Republic (Ind.), W 1,800 

MARYSVILLE— Pop. 2,006— Marshall Co. 
—Pop. 24,355. 

Advocate Democrat (Dem.), W .2,280 

News (Rep.), W 2.000 

MINNEAPOLIS— Pop. 1,727— Ottawa Co.— 
Pop. 11,162. 

Better Way (Pop.) , W 1 .450 

Messenger (Rep.), W 1,800 

Workman (A. O. U. W.), M 45,000 

MOUND CITY— Pop. 809— Linn Co.— Pop. 
16,689. 

Republic (Rep.), W 1,400 

Torch of Liberty (Pop.), W 1,000 





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NEWTOX— Pop. 6,208— Harvey Co.— Pop. 
17,591. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,600 

Kansas Republican (Rep.), eve., 

ex. Sun 1,350 

Kansas Republican (Rep ), W 1.400 

Post & Volksblatt (Rep. Ger.), W. 2,000 

OLATHE— Pop. 3,451— Johnson Co.— Pop. 
18,104. 

Mirror (Rep.), W 2,750 

Star (Edu.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Pop.), W 1,250 

OSWEGO— Pop. 2,208— Labette Co.— Pop. 
27,387. 

Blade (Pop.), W 1,100 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,300 

OTTAWA— Pop. 6,934— Franklin Co.— Pop. 
21,354. 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,750 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,400 

Independent Journal (Rep.), W. . . . 1,800 

Republic (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,350 

Republic (Dem.), W 2,250 

Select Knight (Frat.), M 5,000 

PAOLA— Pop. 3,144 — Miami Co. — Pop. 
21,641. 

Record (Rep.), W 1,450 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,600 

Western Spirit (Dem.)", W 4,000 

PARSONS- Pop. 7,682— Labette Co.— Pop. 
27,387. 

EcHpse (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2.600 

Eclipse (Dem.), W. 3,600 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,000 

Palladium (Dem.), W 1.600 

Sun (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,200 

Sun (Rep.), W. 2,200 



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PEABODY— Pop. 1,369— Marion Co.— Pop. 
20,676. 
Gazette (Rep.), W 1,650 

PHILLIPSBURO— Pop. 1,008— Phillips. Co. 
—Pop. 14,442. 

Dispatch (Rep.), W 1,700 

Herald (Pop.), W 1,050 

PITTSBURG— Pop. 10,112— Crawford Co.— 
Pop. 38,809. 

Headlight (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,0 1 9 

Headlight (Rep.), W 2,250 

Kansan (Dem.), W. . . .'. 1,660 

PLEAS ANTON— Pop. 1,097— Linn Co.— 
Pop. 16,689. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,850 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,025 

Observer (Rep.), W 1,875 

PRATT— Pod. 1,213— Pratt Co.— Pop. 7,085. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,400 

Union (Pop.), W 1;300 

SALINA— Pop. 7,408— Saline Co.— Pop. 
17,076. 

Herald (Ind.), W. . . '. 1,500 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 1,200 

Occidental Home Monthly (Frat.). 1,900 

Union (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 1,000 

Union (Ind.), W 2,300 

SENECA— Pop. 1,684— Nemaha Co.— Pop. 
20,376. 

Courier-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,400 

Rural Kansan (Agri.), W 1,300 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,450 

SMITH CENTER— Pop. 1,142— Smith Co.— 
Pop. 16,384. 

Journal (Dem.). W 1,300 

Pioneer (Rep.), W 2,000 
















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Kansas — Continued 

STERLIXG— Pop. 2,032— Rice Co.— Pop. 
14,745. 

Bulletin (Rep.), W 2,100 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,550 



TOPEKA— Pop. 39,000— Shawnee Co.— Pop. 
53,727. 

Capital (Rep.), ex. Mon 21,205 

Capital (Rep.), Sun 21,480 

Capital (Rep.), W 24,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,550 

Farmers Advocate (Agri.), W 27,000 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 10,124 

Household (Lit.), M 178,225 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 16,177 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,600 

Kansas Farmer (Agri.), W 35,000 

Kansas Telegraph (Ger.), W 2,000 

Mail and Breeze (Rep.), W 62,908 

Merchants' Journal, W 3,000 

Missouri Valley Farmer, W 204,870 

Observer (Dem.), W 8,000 

Plaindealer (Rep. Negro), W 2,500 

Poultry Gazette, M 20,000 

Western Barber (Trade), M 6,420 

Western Odd Fellow, S-M 6,600 

Western School Journal, M 7,900 

Western Veteran (G. A. R.), M. . . . 7,000 



WAMEGO— Pop. 1,618— Pottawattomie Co. 
—Pop. 18.470. 

Agriculturist (Rep.), W 1,000 

Times (Rep.), W 1,200 

WASHIXGTOX— Pop. 1,575— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 21,963. 

Palladium (Dem.), W 1,000 

Republican-Register (Rep.), W. . . . 4,200 

WELIJXGTON— Pop. 4,245— Summer Co. 
—Pop. 25,631. 

Monitor Press (Rep.), W 2,000 

People's Voice (Pop.), W 2,460 

Star (Rep.), W 3 100 













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Kansas— Continued 

WICHITA— Pop. 24,671— Sedgwick Co.— 

Pop. 44,037. 

Beacon (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 12,692 

Beacon (Dem.), W 2,000 

Eagle (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 21.000 

Eagle (Rep.), W 6,674 

Herold (Ger. Ind.), W 1,900 

Price Current (Stock and Prod.), 

W 3,000 

Search Light (Rep. Negro), W. . . . 3,300 

Star (Rep.), Agri. W 2,000 

WINFIELD— Pop. 5,554— Cowley Co.— Pop. 
30,156. 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,240 

Courier (Rep.), W ; 2,300 

Free Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,285 

Free Press (Rep.), W 2,850 

Immigrationist, M 30,000 

Southwestern Advocate (So<;.) 1,200 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,900 

YATES CENTER— Pop. 1,634— Woodson 
Co.— Pop. 10,022. 

News (Rep.), W 1,050 

Woodson Co. Advocate (Dem.), W. 1,100 



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Population, 2,230,619. 

ASHLAND— Pop. 6,800— Boyd Co.— Pop. 
18,834. 
Independent (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun . 2,100 
Kentucky Democrat (Dem.), W. . . 3,000 

BARDSTOWN— Pop. 1,711— Nelson Co.— 
Pop. 16,587. 

Record (Dem.), S-W 1.100 

Standard (Loc), W 2,700 

BEREA — Pop. 762 — Madison Co. — Pop. 
25,607. 
Citizen (Ind.). W 1,300 





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BOWLING GREEN— Pop. 8,226— Wairen 

Co.— Pop. 29,970. 
Courier and Times Journal (Dem.), 

S-W 4,900 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,800 

News-Democrat (Dem ), W 3,600 

Times-Journal(Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 2,300 

BURNSIDE— Pop. 800— Pulaski Co.— Pop. 
31,293. 

Free Lance (Ind.), M 1,150 

Item (Dem.), W 1,500 

CARROLLTON-Pop. 2,205— Carroll Co.— 
Pop. 9,825. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

News (Dem.), W 1,100 

CATLETTSBURG— Pop. 3,081— Boyd Co.— 
Pop. 18,834. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

CENTRAL CITY— Pop. 1,348— Muhlenberg 
Co.— Pop. 20,741. 
News (Rep.), W 1,000 

CLINTON— Pop. 1,462— Hickman Co.— Pop. 
11,745. 
Democrat (Dem.), W 1,700 

CLO VERPORT— Pop. 1 ,656— Breckenridge 
Co.— Pop. 20,534. 
News (Ind.), W 2,300 

COLUMBIA— Pop. 645— Adair Co.— Pop. 
14,888. 

News (Dem.), W 1,450 

Speculator, W 1,200 

COLUMBUS— Pop. 1,235— Hickman Co.— 
Pop. 11,746. 
Critic (Dem.), W 1,400 





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COVINGTON— Pop. 44,800— Kenton Co.— 
Pop. 63,591. 

Commonwealth (Labor), M 10,000 

Post (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 13 402 

CYNTHIANA— Pop. 3,257— Harrison Co.— 
Pop. 18,570. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Log Cabin (Rep.), W 1,550 

Times (Dem.), W 1,300 

DANVILLE— Pop. 4,285— Boyle Co.— Pop. 
13,817. 

Advocate (Dem.), T-W 2,250 

News (Dem.), S-W 1,400 

EARLINGTON— Pop. 3,012— Hopkins Co.— 
Pop. 30,995. 
Bee (Rep.), W 2,000 

ELIZABETHTOWN— Pop. 1,861— Hardin 
Co.— Pop. 22,937. 

Mirror (Dem.), W 1,600 

News (Dem.), W 3,400 

FALMOUTH— Pop. 1,134— Pendleton Co.— 
Pop. 14,947. 
Pendletonian (Dem.), W 2,200 

FRANKFORT— Pop. 9,487— Franklin Co.— 
Pop. 20,852. 
Blue Grass Bugle (Rep. Negro), W. 1,000 

Call (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Roundabout (Loc), W 1,250 

State Journal (Dem.), W 1,100 

FRANKLIN— Pop. 2,166— Simpson Co.— 
Pop. 11,624. 
Favorite (Dem.), W 1,600 

FULTON— Pop. 2,860— Fulton Co.— Pop. 
11,546. 

Leader (Dem.), eve., ex/^Sun 1,200 

Leader (Dem.), W 2,300 





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Kentucky— Continued 

GLASGOW— Pop. 2,019— Barren Co.— Pop. 
23,197. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,900 

Times (Dem.), S-W 2.600 

GREENUP— Pop. 711— Greenup Co.— Pop. 
15,432. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,000 

HARRODSBURG— Pop. 2,876— Mercer Co. 
—Pop. 14,426. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,550 

Herald (Loc), W 1,500 

Sayings (Dem.), W 1,250 

HARTFORD— Pop. 785— Ohio Co.— Pop. 
27,287. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,850 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,720 

HAWESVILLE— Pop. 1,041— Hancock Co. 
—Pop. 8,914. 

Hancock Clarion (Dem.), W 1,450 

Plain Dealer (Dem.), W 1,250 



HENDERSON — Pop. 10,272 — Henderson 
Co.— Pop. 32,907. 

Gleaner (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . 1,850 

Gleaner (Dem.), W 2,700 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,340 

Journal (Dem.), W 2,500 

Kentucky Workman (Frat.), M 8,000 



HOPKINS VILLE — Pop. 7,280 — Christian 
Co.— Pop. 37,962. 

Fancy Fowls (Poul.), M 4,600 

Independent (Ind.), W 2.200 

Kentuekian (Dem.), S-W 2,000 

Messenger (Dem.), W 1,100 

New Era (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,000 

New Era (Dem.), W 2,.300 







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LEBANON— Pop. 3,043— Marion Co.— Pop. 
16,290. 

Enterprise (Dcm.), W 1,800 

Falcon (Dem.). W 1.225 

LEXINGTON— Pop. 28,000— P^ayette Co.— 
Pop. 42,071. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... . 2,500 

Gazette (Dem.), S-W 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon... . 5,069 

Herald (Dem.), Sun 5,416 

Kentucky Stock Farai (Stock), W. 8,000 

Leader (Rep.), eve,, ex. Sun 4,670 

Leader (Rep.), Sun. morn 6,200 

Leader (Rep.), W 2,605 

Observer (Dem.), W 1,300 

Southern School Journal (Edu.), M. 6,100 

Thoroughbred Record (Stock), W. 7,500 

Voice (Ind.), W 2,000 

LONDON— Pop. 1,147— Laurel Co.— Pop. 
17,592. 
Mountain Echo (Rep.), W 2,150 

LOUISA— Pop. 1,099— Laurence Co.— Pop. 
19,612. 
Big Sandy News 1,100 

LOUISVILLE— Pop. 215,500— Jefferson Co. 

—Pop. 232,549. 
American Practitioner (Med.), S-M. 1,500 

American Red Man, W 3,000 

Anzeiger (Ger. Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon . 5,600 

Anzeiger (Ger. Dem.), Sun 10,900 

Anzeiger (Dem.), W 10,000 

At Home Magazine (Lit.), M 130,000 

Columbian (Ind.), W 2,000 

Courier-Journal (Dem.), morn 25,200 

Courier-Journal (Dem.), Sun 36,000 

Courier-Journal (Dem.), W 80,000 

Farmers' Home Journal, W 14,000 

Free Press (Liq. Trade), W 2,600 

Herald (Ind.), every morn 21 ,536 

Herald (Ind.), Sun 20,230 





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Home and Farm (Agri.), S-M 100,192 




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Insurance Field, W 2,600 




Masonic Home Journal, S-M 22,200 




Medical Progress, M 5,100 




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Ohio Valley Worker (Lab.), W. . . . 2,600 




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Omnibus (Ger. Lit.), Sun 6,825 




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Tobacco Worker (Trade), M 15,000 




Wine & Spirit Bulletin, S-M 4,000 






MADISONVILLE— Pop. 3,628— Hopkins Co 






—Pop. 30,995 




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Pop. 15,191. 




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Pop. 20,446. 




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Sun (Dem.), W 2,400 







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Kentucky — Continued 

MT. STERLING— Pop. 3,560— Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 12,834. 

Advocate (Dem.), W 1,500 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,300 

Sentinel-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,550 

MURRAY— Pop. 1,822— Calloway Co.— Pop. 
17,633. 

Ledger (Dem.), W. . ; 2,300 

Times (Dem.), W 1,400 

OWENSBORO— Pop. 14,000— Daviess Co.— 

Pop. 28,667. 
Inquirer (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat. and 

Sun 1,950 

Inquirer (Dem.), Sun 2,100 

Inquirer (Dem.), W 2,700 

Kentucky Reporter (Rep.), W 2,150 

Messenger (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 2,500 

Messenger (Dem.), Sun 2,500 

Messenger (Dem.), S-W 4,200 

OWENTON— Pop. 1,014— Owen Co.— Pop. 
17,553. 
News-Herald (Dem.) , W 2,000 

OWINGSVILLE— Pop. 958— Bath Co.— Pop 
Pop. 14,734. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,310 

Outlook (Dem.), 1,240 

PADUCAH— Pop. 21,000— McCracken Co.— 

Pop. 28,733. 
News-Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,000 

News-Democrat (Dem.), Sun 3,200 

News-Democrat (Dem.), W 3,200 

Register (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . 2,700 

Register (Dem.), W 3,104 

Sun (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,610 

Sun (Rep.), W 1,000 

PARIS— Pop. 4,603— Bourbon Co.— Pop. 
18,069. 
Kentuckian Citizen (Dem.), S-W. . 2,600 
News (Dem.), S-W. 1,500 



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KentucKy — Continued 

PRIXCETON— Pop. 2,556— Caldwell Co.— 
Pop. 14,510. 

Banner (Dem.), W 1,450 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,000 

RICHMOND— Pop. 4,653— Madison Co.— 
Pop. 25,607. 

Climax (Dem.), W 1,670 

Pantagraph (Rep.), S-W 1,200 

Register (Dem.), S-W 1,340 

RUSSELLVILLE— Pop. 2,591— Logan Co. 
—Pop. 25,994. 
Herald-Leader (Dem.), W 2,100 

SHELBYVILLE— Pop. 3,016— Shelby Co.— 
Pop. 18,340. 

News (Dem.), W • 2,700 

Record (Dem.), W 1,650 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,600 

SOMERSET— Pop. 3,384— Pulaski Co.— 
Pop. 31,293. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,600 

Paragon (Rep.), W 1,000 

SPRINGFIELD— Pop. 1,016— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 14,182^ 
News-Leader (Ind.), W 1,525 

STANFORD— Pop. 1,651— Lincoln Co.— 
Pop. 17,059. 
Interior Journal (Dem.), S-W 1,540 

UNIONTOWN— Pop. 1,532— Union Co.— 
Pop. 21,326. 
Telegram (Dem.), W 1,800 

WARSAW— Pop. 785— Gallatin Co.— Pop. 
5,163. 
Independent (Ind.), W 3,400 

WILLIAMSTOWN— Pop. 613— Grant Co.— 
Pop. 13,239. 
Courier (Dem.), W 1,700 



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WINCHESTER— Pop. 5,964— Clark Co.— 
Pop. 16,694. 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 1,800 

Sun-Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,200 

Louisiana 

Population 1,460,237. 

ALEXANDRIA— Pop. 5,648— Rapides Co. 
—Pop. 39,758. 
Town Talk (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,500 
Town Talk (Dem.), W 2,250 

BATON ROUGE— Pop. 11,269— East Baton 
Rouge Par.— Pop. 31,153. 

People (Dem.), W 2,000 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Truth (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Truth (Dem.), W 1,252 

CROWLEY— Pop. 4,214— Arcadia Co.— Pop. 
23,483. 

Rice Journal (Agri.), M 25,000 

Signal (Dem.), W 2,300 

DONALDS VILLE— Pop. 4, 105— Ascension 
Co.— Pop. 24,142. 

Chief (Rep.), W 1,220 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,000 

LAKE CHARLES— Pop. 6,680— Calcasieu 
Co.— Pop. 30,428. 

American (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,840 

American (Ind.), W 2,550 

Press (Dem.), morn 1,650 

Press (Dem.), W 2,670 

MONROE— Pop. 5,428— Ouachita Co. — Pop 
20,947. 

Bulletin (Ind.), W 1,110 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

News (Ind.), W 1,050 







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Louisiana — Continued 

NEW IBERIA— Pop. 6,815— Iberia Co.— 
Pop. 29,015. 

Enterprise Observer (Dem.), W 1,500 

Iberian (Dem.), W 1,020 

Industrialist (Agri.), M 3,000 

NEW ORLEANS- Pop. 300,700— Orleans 
Par.- Pop. 300,700. 

Abeille (French Dem.), morn 14,000 

Abeille (French Dem.), Sun 15,000 

Abeille (French Dem.), W 14,500 

Deutsche Zeitun g (Ger. Ind.), 

morn., ex. Mon 3,840 

Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), Sun. 6,100 
Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), W.... 5,400 

Harlequin (Lit.), W 22,000 

Insurance Agent, M 1,000 

Item (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 25,377 

Item (Ind.), Sun . 23,998 

Louisiana Planter and Sugar Man- 
ufacturer (Agri.) 3,500 

Lumber Trade Journal (Com.) , S-M. 5,500 
Medical and Surgical Journal (Med.) , 

M 2,700 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 20,000 

News (Ind.), Sun 18,575 

Picayune (Dem.), morn 30,000 

Picayune (Dem.), Sun 35,000 

Picayune (Dem.), S-W 23,000 

Square and Compass (Mason), M. . 2,850 
States (Dem.), eve. and Sun. morn. 19,215 

States (Dem.), S-W 5,000 

Sugar Planters' Journal (Agri.) .... 2,000 
Times-Democrat (Ind. Dem.), morn. 24,000 
Times-Democrat (Ind. Dem.), Sun. 40,000 
Times-Democrat find. Dem.),W..- 12,500 

Trade Index (Com.), M 5,000 

Vindicator, S-M 1,600 

PLAQUEMINE— Pop. 3,590— Iberville Co. 
—Pop. 27,006. 
Iberville South (Dem.), W 2,550 

RUSTON— Pop. 1,324 — Lincoln Co. — 
Pop. 15,898. 
Leader (Dem.), W 1,650 





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Caucasian (Dem.), Sun 1,050 




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Journal (Dem.), Sun 1,600 




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Times (Dem.), Sun 6,000 




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AUGUSTA— Pop. 12,100— Kennebec Co.— 




Pop. 59,117. 




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American Woman (Lit.), M 748,7 1 1 




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Comfort (Fam.), M 1 ,296,960 




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Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 7,100 




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Journal (Rep.), W 2,667 




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Literary Companion — National 




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Farmer— Sunshine 724,731 




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New Age (Dem.), Fri 5,200 




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Commercial (Ind. and Agri.), W . . . . 29,012 




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Industrial Journal (Trade) . W 2, 100 






Maine Sportsman (Sports ), M 2,800 




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News (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 10,000 






News (Rep.); S-W 6.248 







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Maine — Continued 

BATH — Pop. 10,487 — Sagadahoc Co. — 
Pop. 20,330. 
Independent & Enterprise (Ind.), 

S-W 2,500 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

BELFAST— Pop. 4,615— Waldo Co.— Pop. 
24,185. 

Republican Journal (Rep.), W 2,750 

BIDDEFORD — Pop. 16,145 York Co.— 
Pop. 64,885 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,445 

Journal (Rep.),W 1,631 

Record (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Record (Dem.), W 2,000 

CALAIS— Pop. 7,655— Washington Co.— 
Pop. 45,232. 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 2,650 

Journal (Ind.), W 3,000 

Times (Ind.), W 1,900 

CAMDEN — Pop. 2,825 — Knox Co. — Pop. 
30,406. 

Herald (Loc), W 1,350 

DAMARISCOTTA— Pop. 876— Lincoln Co. 
—Pop. 19,669. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,500 

DEXTER— Pop. 2,941— Penobscot Co.— 
Pop. 76,246. 

Eastern Gazette (Ind.) , W 1 ,500 

DOVER— Pop. 1,889— Piscataquis Co.— 
Pop. 16,949. 

Piscataquis Observer 1,950 

EASTPORT— Pop. 5,311— Washington Co. 
—Pop. 45,232. 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 2,000 





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ELLSWORTH— Pop. 4,297— Hancock Co'. 
—Pop. 37,241. 

American (Rep.), W 2 300 

Enterprise (Ind.) , W 1 ,000, 

FAIRFIELD— Pop. 2,238— Somerset Co.— 
Pop. 33,849. 
Journal (Ind.), W . 2,000 

FARMINGTON— Pop. 1,251— Franklin Co. 
—Pop. 18,444. 

Chronicle (Rep.) , W 3,000 

School World (Edu.), M 15,000 

GARDINER— Pop. 5,501— Kennebec Co.— 

Pop. 59,117. 
Reporter Journal (Loc), eve., ex. 

Sun 700 

Reporter Journal (Loc.) , W 1 ,000 

HOULTON— Pop. 4,686— Aroostook Co.— 
Pop. 60,744. 

Pioneer (Rep.), W 1,500 

Times (Ind.), W 1,000 

LEWISTON — Pop. 24,400 — Androscoggin 
Co.— Pop. 52,242. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 7,500 

Journal (Rep.), W 17,300 

Sun, daily ex. Sun 3,200 

LISBON FALLS— Pop. 3,603— Androscog- 
gin Co.— Pop. 54,242. 
Enterprise (Loc), W 2,000 

LIVERMORE FALLS— Pop. 1,125— An- 
droscoggin Co. — Pop. 54,242. 
Advertiser (Ind.) , W 2,000 

NORWAY— Pop. 2,034— Oxford Co.— Pop. 
32,238. 
Advertiser (Loc.) , W 2,800 







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M ak.ine — Continued 



OAKLAND— Pop 
Pop. 59,117. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 



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PITTSFIELD— Pop. 2,208— Somerset Co. 
—Pop. 23,849. 
Advertiser (Ind.), W 2,300 

PORTLAND— Pop. 52,700— Cumberland Co. 

—Pop. 100,689. 
Advertiser (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 4,000 
Eastern Argus (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Sun 5,300 

Eastern Argus (Dem.), W 1,850 

Express (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 12,463 

Journal of Medicine and Science 

(Med.), M 2,550 

Ladies' Magazine (Lit.), M 150,000 

Masonic Journal (Masonic), M 3,100 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2.503 

Our Home Companion (Frat.), M. . . 8,000 

Press, daily ex. Sun 5,744 

Press, W 2,600 

Sunday Telegram (Ind.) 7,977 

Times (Rep.), S 4,100 

Welcome Guest (Lit.), M 500,000 

PRESQUE-ISLE— Pop. 1,256 — Aroostook 
Co. —Pop. 60,744. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1 ,620 

Star-Herald (Rep.), W 1,500 

ROCKLAND — Pop 8,150 — Knox Co. — 
Pop. .30,406. 

Courier-Gazette (Rep.) , S-W 4,000 

Opinion (Ind. Dem.), W 2,250 

Star (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 3,000 

RUMFORD— Pop. 2,595 — Oxford Co. — 
Pop. .32,238. 
Times (Loc), W 2,000 

SKOWHEGAN— Pop. 4,2.36— Somei set Co. 
—Pop. 33,849. 
Reporter (Rep.), W 2,400 





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SOUTH PARIS— Pop. 1,457— Oxford Co.— 
Pop. 32,238. 
Democrat (Rep.), W 1,800 




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WATERVILLE— Pop. 9,477— Kennebec Co. 
—Pop. 59,117. 

American Home (Fam.), M : 350,000 

Clifton Monthly (Lit.), M. . . 52,000 

Home Queen (Fam.), M 315,732 

Sawyer's Trio (Fam.), Monthlies: 
American Nation — Fireside Gem 

—Home Treasury 1,340,000 

Mail (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,170 

Mail (Rep.), W 1,250 

Sentinel (Ind.), W 4,500 

Turf, Farm and Home (Agri.) 6,500 




WESTBROOK— Pop. 7,283 — Cumberland 
Co.— Pop. 100,689. 

Chronicle-Gazette (Ind.) , W 1 ,240 

Transcript (Lit.), W 18,450 




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Old York Transcript (Rep.) , W 1 ,300 




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ANNAPOLIS— Pop. 8,402— Anne Arundel 
Co.— Pop. 40,018. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,050 

Capital (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.... 1 ,600 

County Record (Dem.) , W 1 ,050 

Examiner (Rep.\ W 2,210 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,000 

Republican (Dem.), W 1,500 




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American (Rep.), morn 66,360 

American (Rep.), Sun 67,714 

American (Rep.), S-W 1 2,49 1 




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American Journal of Dental Science 

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Maryland— Continued 

BALTIMORE— Continued. 

American Journal of Insanity, Q 600 

American Medical Monthly 2,700 

Architect and Builder (Trade) , M . . . 6,000 

Argus (Ind.), W 2,000 

Baltimorske Listy (Bohem.), W 3,000 

Bayerisches Wochenblatt (Ger.), 

Wed 12,000 

Der Deutsch Amerikaner (Ind. 

Ger.), W 3,000 

Deutscher Correspondent (Ger. 

Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 11,700 

Deutscher Correspondent (Dem. 

Ger.),W 4,050 

Farmers' and Planters' Guide, M . . . 20,000 

Herald (Ind.), morn 27,617 

Herald (Ind.), Sun 38,889 

Herald (Ind.), W 15,853 

I. O. H. Advocate (Frat.), M 62,000 

Journal (Ger. Ind.), morn., ex. Sun. 6,420 
Journal of Commerce (Com.), W. . . . 2,100 
Journal of Eye, Ear and Throat Dis- 
eases, Q 1,000 

Labor Leader (Lab.), W 9,000 

Lancet (Ind.), W 3,000 

Manufacturers' Record (Indus.) , W. 6,620 

Maryland Medical Journal 3,100 

Modern Languages Notes, M 1 ,000 

Xardoni Noviny (Ind. Bohem.) , W. 2,000 

Nat. Underwriter (Insur.) , M 5,000 

News (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 62,262 

Painters' Journal (Labor), M 5,600 

Poultry and Farm (Poult, and 

Agri.),M 12,500 

Record, morn., ex. Sun 2,150 

Saturday Review (Ind.) , W 3,000 

School and Fireside (Edu.) , M 3,000 

Sonntags Post (Rep. Ger.) , Sun 11 ,700 

Southern Farm Magazine (Agri.) , M. 14,228 

Sun (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 50,000 

Sun (Ind.), Sun 30,500 

Sun (Ind.), W 23,500 

Telegram (Soc), Sat 5,000 

Underwriter, S-M 1,400 

Wecker (Ger. Ind.), Sun 7,612 

World (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 26,000 





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BEL AIR — Pop. 
Pop. 28,269. 
Aegis.and Intelligencer (Dem.), W. . 2,600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,400 

Times (Rep.), W , 1,550 



CAMBRIDGE— Pop. 5,747— Dorchester Co. 
—Pop. 27,962. 
Democrat and News (Dem.) , W . . . . 1 ,600 

Era (Rep.), W 1,000 

Standard (Rep.), W ] ,200 

CENTER VILLE— Pop. 1,231— Queen Anne's 
Co.— Pop. 18,364. 

Observer (Dem.), W 1,660 

Record (Dem.), W 1,765 

CHESTERTOWN— Pop. 3,008— Kent Co' 
—Pop. 18,786. 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,550 

News (Dem.). W 2,000 

Transcript (Dem.), W 1 ,600 

CRISFIELD— Pop. 3,165— Somerset Co.— 
Pop. 25,923. 

Leader (Ind.),W 1,000 

Times (Dem.), W 2,350 

CUMBERLAND— Pop. 18,500 — Allegheny 
Co.— Pop. 53,694. 

AUeganian (Dem.), W 2,100 

Civilian (Rep.), W '. . 1 000 

Courier (Ind.), S-W 1 ,520 

Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.) , W 1 ,1 50 

Independent (Ind.), S-W 1,500 

News (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 3,200 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,500 

EASTON— Pop. 3,074 — Talbot Co. — Pop. 
20 342. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,000 

Ledger (Dem.), W 1,725 

Star-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 









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ELKTOX— Pop. 2,542 — Cecil Co. — Pop. 
24,662. 

Appeal (Rep.), W -. 1,000 

Democrat (Dem.),W 1,550 

News (Dem.), W 1 ,250 

Whig (Rep.), W 1,500 

ELLICOT CITY— Pod. 1,331— Howard Co. 
—Pop. 16,715. 

Democrat-Journal (Dem.), W 1 ,250 

Progress (Rep.), W 1,410 

Times (Dem.), W 1,300 

FREDERICK— Pop. 9,296— Frederick Co. 
—Pop. 51,920. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 1,000 

Examiner (Rep.), W 1,500 

Medicus (Medical), M 3,100 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

News (Ind.), W 2,500 

HAGERTOWN— Pop. 14,700— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 45,133. 

Globe (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,800 

Globe (Ind.), W 2,850 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. 1,000 

Herald and Torchlight (Rep.), W. . . 1,340 

Mail (Dem.\ eve., ex. Sun 2,200 

Mail (Dem.), W 1,450 

HAVRE DE GRACE— Pop. 3,42.3— Hartford 
Co.— Pop. 28,269. 

Democratic-Ledger (Dem.), W 1,700 

Republican (Ind.), W 1,200 

LONACOMING— Pop. 2,181— Allegheny Co. 
—Pop. 53,694. 

Review (Ind.), W 1.900 

Star (Ind.), W 2,100 

OAKLAND — Pop. 1,170 — Garrett Co. — 
Pop. 17,701. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Journal (Ind.), W 1 ,250 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,320 







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SALISBURY— Pop. 4,227— Wicomico Co.— 
Pop. 22,852. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,500 

Courier (Rep.). W 1 ,300 

News (Dem.), W 2,000 

SNOW HILL— Pop. 1,596— Worcester Co 
—Pop. 20,865. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,000 

Democratic Messenger (Dem.), W.. . 1,470 

TANEYTOWN— Pop. 665— Carroll Co.— 
Pop. 33,860. 
Record (Ind.), W 1,600 

TOWSON— Pop. 1,000— Baltimore Co.— Pop. 
90,755. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Maryland Journal (Dem.), W 1,950 

Union (Rep.), W 1,000 

WESTMINSTER— Pop. 3,199— Carroll Co. 
—Pop. 33,860. 

American Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,850 

Democratic Advocate (Dem.), W. . 2,270 



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Population 2,998,958. 

ADAMS— Pop. 11,134— Berkshire Co.— Pop. 
95,667. 
Freeman (Rep.), W 1,320 

AMESBURY— Pop. 9,473— Essex Co.— Pop. 
357,030. 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,150 

News (Ind.), W 1,050 

Villager (Rep.), W 1,000 

ARLINGTON— Pop. 8,603— Middlesex Co.— 
Pop. 565,696. 

Advocate (Loc), W 1,350 

Enterprise (Ind.), W. 1,500 



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Massachusetts — Continued 

ATHOL— Fop. 7,061— Worcester Co.— Pop. 
346,958. 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 2,100 

Healthy Home (Med.), M 24,000 

Progress (Loc). W 2,445 

Transcript (Rep.), W 1,650 

ATTLEBORO— Pop. 12,500— Bristol Co.— 
Pop. 252,029. 
Sun (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

BAR RE— Pop. 2,059— Worcester Co.— Pop. 
346,958. 
Gazette (Ind.), W 1,850 

BEVERLY— Pop. 14,900— Essex Co.— Pop. 
357,030. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 1,323 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,300 

BOSTON— Pop. 600,000— Suffolk Co.— Pop. 
651,417. 

Advertiser (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun.. 30,000 

, American Architect, W 8,000 

American Benefit Journal, M 5,000 

American Citizen, Sat 10,000 

American Cultivator (Agri.) 32,640 

American Horse Breeder, W 27,143 

American Kitchen Magazine, M. . . 10,000 

American Legion of Honor, M 23,000 

American Primarj'^ Teacher, M 43,000 

American Shoemaking (Trade), W. 3,000 

American Stock Keeper (Stock).,. . 7,600 

Annals of Gynecology (Med.), M. . . 3,820 

Anzeiger (Ger, Ind.), W 5,000 

Atlantic Monthly (Lit.), M 25,000 

Banker and Tradesman 21,745 

Beacon (Ind. Rep.), Sat 10,100 

Black Cat (Lit.), M 130,156 

Bohemian (Lit.), M 10,000 

Boot and Shoe Recorder. W 9,750 

Boston News Bureau (Finan.), eve., 

ex. Sun 4,000 

Brick Builder, M 5,000 

British American Citizen, W 4,500 





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Massachusetts — Continued 

BOSTON-Continued. 

Budget (Home), W 19,240 

Club Woman (Club Inter.), M. . . . . 25,000 
Cushmian's Six: — Columbian-^Fash- 
ion World — New Styles — Social 
Visitor— Popular Monthly Maga- 
zine — Woman's Home Journal 

(Lit.), M... 1,700,000 

Commercial (Ind.), W 8,000 

Commercial Bulletin (Com.), W.. . . 12,100 

. Cooking School Magazine, M 20,000 

Courier (Ind.), W 2,000 

Donahoe's Magazine (Lit.), M. . . . . 55,000 
East Boston Argus-Advocate 

(Rep.), W^ 4,400 

East Boston Free Press (Dem.), W. 3,000 

Education (Edu.), M 3,000 

Farm Poultry (Poult.), S-M 30,000 

Fashion World (Fash.), M 250,000 

Fibre and Fabric (Trade), W 5,200 

Financial and Commercial News, W. 11,550 
Gazetta del Massachusetts (Ind. 

Ital.), W 9,000 

Germania (Ger. Edu.), M 2,500 

Globe (Ind. Dem.), morn 198,075 

Globe (Ind. Dem.), Sun 303,388 

Golden Cross Journal, M 11,000 

Grand Army Record, M 25,000 

Granite, S-M 2,000 

Green Bag (Legal), M. 4,750 

Hearst's Boston American (Dem.), 

eve., ex. Sun 243,279 

Hearst's Boston American (Dem.), 

Sun 243,279 

Herald (Ind.), morn., and eve 175,350 

Herald (Ind.), Sun. 179,290 

Home and Abroad (Soc), W. 10,500 

Hotel (Hotel), M 4,150 

Household Com. (Fam.), M . 27,500 

Human Life (Lit.), M 76,976 

Ideas (Lit.), W 5,400 

Illustrated Police News (Sport.), W. 12,500 

Investigator (Anti Rel), W 5,000 

Journal (Rep.), morn 109,000 

Journal of Commerce, W 6,100 





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Massachusetts — Continued 

BOSTON— Continued. 

Journal of Education (Edu.), W. . . 18,100 

Knights of Honor Reporter, M 40,420 

Living Age (Lit.), W 3,000 

Market Review (Trade), W 14,000 

Mass. Medical Journal, M 7,872 

Mass. Ploughman (Agri.), W 10,000 

Medical Journal (Med.), M 5,000 

Medical Student, M 1,000 

Modern Housekeeping, M 15,000 

Modern Methods (Edu.), M 8,000 

Modern Priscilla (Ladies' Fancy 

Work),M 170,871 

Modern Women, Home and Wo- 
men, M 600,000 

Musical Record (Music), M 6,500 

National Magazine (Lit.), M 220,000 

National Sportsman, M 75,000 

N. E. Anchor and Shield, M 17,500 

N. E. Dfuggist, M 3,100 

N. E. Farmer (Agri.), W 15,500 

N. E. Grocer (Trade), W 4,000 

New England Magazine (Lit.), M. . 22,000 

N. E. Staats Zeitung (Ger. Ind.).. . 4,750 

Our Grange Homes (Grange), W.. . 6,500 

Our Home (Frat.), M 6,600 

Pigeon News (Pigeons), S-M 3,000 

Popular Educator (Edu.), M 64,000 

Post (Dem.), morn 236,802 

Post (Dem.), Sun 237,979 

Primary Education (Edu.), M 56,000 

Profitalile Adv. (Adv.), M 6,000 

Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 99,000 

Review Record (Com.), W 9,500 

Rob Roy's Weekly (Sport), 42,000 

Roxbury Gazette (Ind.), W 2,000 

Rural American (Mail Carr.), M.. . . 6,000 

Sat. Eve. Gazette (Soc), W 7,000 

School Phj'^siological Journal, M... . 5,200 

Shoe and Leather Reporter, W . . . . 5,750 

South Boston Bulletin (Ind.), W... 10,000 

South Boston Inquirer (Ind.), W.. . 8,000 

South Boston News (Dem.), W. . . . 8,500 

Spirit of the Hub 2,100 

Standard, W 2,000 

Suburban Life (Lit.), M 42,000 



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BOSTON— Continued. 

Telegraph (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,250 

Temperance Cause (Tern.), M 8,640 

Textile World and Ind. Record 

(Trade), M 5,220 

Times (Soc), W 7,400 

Transcript(Ind. Rep.),eve.,ex.Sun. 27,000 

Traveler (Ind. Rep.), eve., ev. Sun. 80,000 

True Flag (Ind.), W 10,500 

Turn-Zcitung (Ger. Ind.), W 1,200 

United States Investor 10,000 

Watson's Illuminator (Hum.), M.... 7,000 

Waverly Magazine (Lit.), W 30,050 

Woman's Column, W 2,500 

Writer (Lit.), M 5,450 

Young Idea (Juv.), M 6,240 

Young Republican (Rep.), W 10,000 

Youth's Companion (Youth and 

Fam.), W 556,000 

Youth's Realm (Juv.), M 7,000 

BRAINTREE— Pop. 5,981— Norfolk Co.— 
Pop. 151,539. 

Bee (Ind.), W 1,020 

Observer (Ind.), W 1,030 

BROCKTON— Pop. 44,000— Plymouth Co. 
—Pop. 113,985. 

Enterprise (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 11,000 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 13,500 

CAMBRIDGE— Pop. 91,886— Middlesex Co. 
—Pop. 565,696. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 5,200 

Harvard Law Review, M 1 ,600 

Latin and High School Review, M . . 1,000 

Printing Art (Typo.), M 5,000 

Times (Ind.), W 5,225 

Tribune (Ind.), W 2,600 

CHELSEA— Pop. 36,000— Suffolk Co.— Pop. 
61,417. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,400 

- Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,350 

Telegraph and Pioneer (Rep.), W . . 2,000 





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CLINTON— Pop. 14,700— Worcester Co.— 
Pop. 346,958. 

Courant (Ind.), W 1,350 

Item (Loc), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

EVERETT— Pop. 29,000— Middlesex Co.— 
Pop. 565,696. 

Herald (Rep.), W. . .'. 1,460 

Republi0^n (Rep.), W 1,700 

FALL RIVER— Pop. 114,000— Bristol Co.— 

Pop. 252,029. 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 2,100 

Globe (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,722 

Herald (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . 6,600 
L'Independant (Fr, Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,380 

L'Independant (Fr. Rep.), W 4,940 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 7,000 

News (Rep.), W 800 

FITCHBURG— Pop. 31,531— Worcester Co. 
—Pop. 346,958. 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Sentinel (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,700 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,800 

FLORENCE— Pop. 2,797— Hampshire Co.— 
Pop. 62,000. 
Home Needlework, Magaz. Quar. . . 64,000 

GARDNER— Pop. 10,813— Worcester Co.— 
Pop. 349,958. 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,500 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,610 

News (Rep.), W 1,600 

Press (Ind.), W 1,200 

GLOUCESTER— Pop. 26,121— Essex Co.— 

Pop. 357,630. 
Cape Ann News (Ind.), morn., ex. 

Sun 6,500 

Times and Cape Ann Advertiser 

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GREAT BARRINGTON — Pop. 5,854 — 
Berkshire Co.— Pop. 95,667. 
Berkshire Courier (Ind. Rep.), W. . 1,100 

GREENFIELD— Pop. 7,927— Franklin Co. 
—Pop. 41,209. 
Gazette and Courier (Rep.), W. . . . 6,000 
Recorder (Loc), W 4,100 

HAVERHILI^-Pop. 39,000— Essex Co.— 
Pop. 357,030. 

Criterion (Rep.), W 4,000 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 9,400 

Record (Ind.), Sun 8,800 

HOLYOKE— Pop. 48,800— Hampton Co.— 

Pop. 175,603. 

Der Zeitgeist (Ind. Ger.) , W 1 ,200 

Die Biene (Lab. Ger.), W 1,250 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,000 

La Presse (Rep.), Fr., W 5,200 

Mansirs Guide, M 8,000 

Nautilus (New Thought), M 28,000 

Rundschau (Ger. Ind.), W 1,800 

Springfielder-Veorwaerts (Ger. Ind.), 

^^ 1,000 

Telegram' (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. .. . 6,300 

Transcript (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 6,850 

Transcript (Rep.), W 1,200 

HUDSON — Pop. 5,454 — Middlesex Co. — Pop. 
565,696. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,000 

News (Ind.), W 1,900 

HYDE PARK— Pop. 13,224— Norfolk Co.— 
Pop. 151,539. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,400 

Sentinel (Ind.), W 4,/00 

Times (Ind.), W 1,000 

LAWRENCE— Pop. 68,000— Essex Co.— 
Pop. 357,030. 

American (Rep.), eve., ex Sun 5,000 

American and Advertiser (Rep.) , W . 1 ,500 



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Massachusetts — Continued 

LAWRENCE— Continued. 

Anzeiger and Post (Rep. Ger.) , W . . 3,000 

Eagle (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 3,100 

Journal (Rep.), W. . '. 1,500 

Leader (Ind.), Sun 3,200 

Progress (French Ind.), W 1,050 

Sentinel (Dem.), Sun 2,300 

Star (Dem.), Sun 1,800 

Sun (Dem.), morn 2,600 

Sun (Dem.), Sun 2,600 

Telegram (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 7,000 

Tribune (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,600 

Volkszeitung (Ger.), W 1,200 

LOWELI^-Pop. 100,000— Middlesex Co.— 
Pop. 565,696. 

Citizen (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 14,300 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,600 

Etoile (Fr. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 4,000 

Mail (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 8,500 

Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 13,400 

Telegram (Ind.), Sun 15,400 

LYNX — Pop. 76,000 — Essex Co. — Pop. 
357,030. 

Item (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 15,700 

Item (Rep.), W 1,400 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,805 

Times (Ind.), W 1,500 

MALDEN— Pop. 36,600— Middlesex Co.— 
Pop. 565,696. 

Mail (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

Mirror (Ind.), W 2,100 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,500 

MARLBORO— Pop. 13,609— Middlesex Co. 
—Pop. 565,696. 
Enterprise (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun. . 2,400 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 4,100 

L'Estafette (Fr.), W 1,350 

Times (Dem.), W 1,300 

MELROSE— Pop. 14,300— Middlesex Co.— 
Pop. 565,696. 
Free Press (Loc), W 2,600 





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MELROSE— Continued. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1 ,260 

Reporter (Ind.), W 1,025 

Young Idea (Lit.), M 7,000 

MILFORD— Pop. 12,200— Worcester Co.— 
Pop. 34,958. 

Gazette (Ind.), W. 1,800 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

NATICK— Pop. 9,488— Middlesex Co.— Pop. 
565,696. 

Bulletin (Ind.), W 2,130 

Citizen (Ind.), W 1,680 

Review (Ind. Dem.), W 1,150 

NEW BEDFORD— Pop. 69,000— Bristol Co. 
—Pop. 252,029. 

Correio Portuguez (Portu.), W 2,500 

Mercury (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun. ... 3,338 

O'Independente (Portu.), W 2,706 

Republican Standard (Rep.), W. . . 2,056 

Standard (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 14, 140 

Sunday Times (Loc), Sun 7,800 

NEWBURYPORT— Pop. 14,478— Essex Co. 
—Pop. 357,030. 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 1,600 

Item (Dem.), W 1,300 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,076 

NEWTON— Pop. 36,700— Middlesex Co.— 
Pop. 565,696. 

Graphic (Rep.), W 1,800 

Journal (Rep.), W 4,350 

NORTH ADAMS— Pop. 25,600— Berkshire 
Co.— Pop. 95,667. 

Heiald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Transcript (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun..'. . o,000 
Transcript (Rep.), W 1 ,500 



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Massachusetts— Continued 

XORTHAMFl^OX — Pop. 20,000 — Hamp- 
shiie Co —Pop 58,820. 

Cazdto (Rep), eve., ex. Sun 4,050 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,500 

Herald (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun . . . 3,050 

N0RTE4 ATTLEBORO— Pop. 7,253— Bris- 
tol Co. — Pop. 252,029. 
Chronicle (Ind ), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

ORANCE — Pop. 5,520 — Franklin Co. — 
Pop 41,209. 
Enterprise and Journal (Ind Rep.). . 2,000 

PALMER — Pop. 7,801 — Hampden Co. — 
Pop. 175,603. 
Journal (Rep.), W 2,000 

Pin^SFIELD— Pop. 23,200 — Berkshire Co. 
—Pop. 95,667. . 

Eagle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,900 

Eagle (Rep.), W 7,600 

Journal (Dem >, eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Journal (Dem.j, W 1,000 

Sun (Ind. Dem.), W '. 2,600 

PLYMOUTH— Pop. 9,592— Plymouth Co. 
—Pop. 113,985. 

Free Press (Ind.), W 1,250 

Old Colony Memorial (Rep.) , W . . . . 1,520 

QUIXCY— Pop. 26,100— Norfolk Co.— Pop. 
151,539. 

Advertiser (Ind.), S-W 1 ,200 

Granite Cutters Journal (Trade), M . 13,500 

Ledger (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

Patriot (Ind.), W 1,650 

SALEM — Pop. 35,956 — Essex Co. — Pop. 
357,030. 

American Motherhood (Lit.), M 24,000 

Antiquarian (Hist.), M 1,600 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Little Folks (Juv.), M 95,000 





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Massachusetts — Continued 

SALEM— Continued. 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 17,500 

Observer (Ind.), W 2,000 

Register (Rep.), W 1,000 



SOMERVILLE — Pop. 68,000 — Middlesex 
Co.— Pop. 565,696. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 2,600 

Journal (Ind. Rep.), W 7,400 



SOUTHRIDGE— Pop. 10,025 — Worcester 
Co.— Pop. 346,958. 

Herald (Ind.), W 3,550 

Press (Dem.), W 2,800 



SOUTH FRAMINGHAM— Pop. 12,000— 
Middlesex Co.— Pop. 565,696. 

Gazette (Loc), W ' . . 1,500 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

Tribune (Ind.), W 2,200 

SPENCER— Pop. 7,627— Worcester Co.— 
Pop. 346,958. 
Leader (Loc), W 1,530 

SPRINGFIELD— Pop. 67,500 — Hampden 
Co.— Pop. 175,603. 
Farm and Home (Eastern ] 

edition) (Agri.), !^_m 376 000 

Farm and Home (Western r ^^ m. . 5/o,uuu 
edition) (Agri.), J 

Good Housekeeping (Fam.), M 200,000 

Homestead (Agri.), W 44,111 

Kindergarten Review (Edu.), M 5,000 

• N. E. Homestead (Agri.), Eastern 
edition of American Agriculturist, 

Thurs 42,000 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 8,400 

Republican (Ind.), morn 16,283 

Republican (Ind.), Sun 16,354 

P Republican (Ind.), W 4,267 

[ Union (Rep.), morn, and eve 29,9 1 9 

Union (Rep.),;.Sun 1 5,538 





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Massachusetts— Continued 

STOUGHTOX— Pop. 5,442— Norfolk Co.— 
Pop. 151,539. 

Messenger (Matri.), M 1,200 

Record (Rep.), W 1,000 

Sentinel (Ind.), W 1,100 

TAUNTON — Pop. 33,000 — Bristol Co. — 
Pop. 252,029. 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,850 

Herald-News, eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Republican (Rep.), W l;000 

Spy (Ind.), W 3,600 

WAKEFIELD— Pop. 9,290— Middlesex Co. 
—Pop. 565,699. 

Citizen and Banner (Loc), W 1,200 

Item (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,540 

WALTHAM— Pop. 25,000— Middlesex Co. 

—Pop. 565,696. (N. E.) 
Free Press Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,600 

News (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Times, eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

WATERTOWN — Pop. 9,706 — Middlesex 
Co.— Pop. 565,696. 
Enterprise (Loc), W 1,540 

WESTFIELD— Pop. 12,310— Hampden Co. 
—Pop. 175,603. 
Times and News Letter (Ind.), W . . . 2,300 
Valley Echo (Ind.), W 4,000 

WINCHESTER — Pop. 7,248 — Middlesex 
Co.— Pop. 565,696. 

Press (Ind.), W 1,235 

Star (Ind.), W 1,400 

WOBURN— Pop. 11,254— Middlesex Co.— 
Pop. 565,696. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,350 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

News (Dem.), W 1,200 





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Massachusetts — Continued 

WORCESTER— Pop. 126,000 — Worcester 

Co.— Pop. 346,958. 

American Ornithology (Bird), W . . . 12,000 

Builders' Weekly 2,500 

Fanciers' Magazine (Poult.), M 4,115 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 8,000 

Opinione Publique (Fr. Ind.), eve., 

ex. Sun 5,000 

Post (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 13,453 

Skandinavia (Swede Rep.) , Wed .... 9,050 

Svea (Swede Lit.) , W 9,000 

Telegram (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 28,577 

Telegram (Rep.), Sun 27,906 



YARMOUTHPORT — Pop. 1,682 
stable Co.— Pop. 27,826. 
New England Farmer (Poult.), M. . 
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Population 2,420,982. 

ADRIAN — Pop. 9,654 — Lenawee Co.— 
Pop. 48,406. 

Michigan Patron (Agri.), S-M 18,000 

Press (Dem.), W 1,450 

Telegram (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,087 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

Times (Rep.), T-W 2,660 

ALBION— Pop. 5,519— Calhoun Co.— Pop. 
49 315 

Leader (Rep.), T-W 1,500 

Mirror (Dem.), S-W 1,500 

Recorder (Rep.), W 1,570 

ALLEGAN — Pop. 2,667 — Allegan Co. — 
Pop. 38,812. 

Farmers' Friend (Farm.), M 12,450 

Gazette (Rep.), W 3,400 

News (Dem.), W 2,700 

Press (Rep.). W 1,750 





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Michigan— Continued 

ALMA — Pop. 2,047 — Granite Co. — Pop. 
29,889. 

How to Live (Hygiene), M 10,0 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,000 

Record (Rep.) 2. 1,600 

ALPENA— Pop. 11,802— Alpena Co.— Pop. 
18,254. 

Argus (Dem.), W 1,720 

Echo (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Farmer (Dem.), W 3,900 

Guardman (Frat.), M ' 3,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

Pioneer (Rep.), W 1,850 

ANN ARBOR— Pop. 16,100— Washtenaw 

Co.— Pop. 47,761. 

. American Tyler (Frat.), M 5,500 

Argus (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,842 

Argus-Democrat (Dem.), W 4,000 

Courier-Register (Rep.), W 1,800 

Michigan Alumnus (Lit.), M 6,200 

Neue Washtenaw Post (Ger. Ind.), 

W 4,100 

Physician and Surgeon, M 2,500 

Post (Ind. Ger.), W 4,000 

Record (Dem.),W 1,200 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

BAD AXE— Pop. 1,241— Huron Co.— Pop. 
34,162. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,950 

BANGOR — Pop. 1,021 — Van Buren Co. — 
Pop. 33,274. 

Advance (Rep.), W 1,000 

Visitor (Dem.), W 1,250 

BATTLE CREEK— Pop. 22,300— Calhoun 
Co.— Pop. 49,315. 

Dog Fancier (Kennel), M 4, .300 

Enquirer (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 2,000 

Game Fanciers' Journal (Game), M . 3,450 



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BATTLE GREEK— Continued. 

Good Health (Hygiene), M 20,000 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,600 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,500 

Michigan Poultry Breeder, M 4,000 

Modern Medicine (Med.), M 5,500 

Moon (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Moon (Ind.), W 2,680 

Pilgrim (Fam.), M. 126,594 

BAY GITY— Pop. 40,800— Bay Co.— Pop. 

62 378 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1 ,612 

Evening Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun.. 10,400 

Herald-Citizen (Lab.) , W 1 500 

Journal (Ind. Rep.), W 5,675 

Michigan Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.), 

W 1,900 

Michigan Sugar Beet (Agri. and 

Trade), W 25,000 

Sugar Beet Culturist, W 26,000 

Tribune (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 6,028 

Tribune (Rep.), Sun. 7,223 

BELDING— Pop. 3,282 — lona Co. — Pop. 
34 329 

Banner (Rep.), W 1,100 

Michigan A. O. U. W. Herald, M. . . . 2,300 

News (Dem.), W 1,250 

Star (Ind.), W .-. . . 1,000 

BENTON HARBOR— Pop. 6,562— Berrien 

Co.— Pop. 49,165. 

Banner-Register (Ind.), W 1,650 

News-Palladium (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,700 

News-Palladium (Ind.), S-W 1,550 

Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Times (Dem.), W 2,100 

CADILLAC — Pop. 5,997 —Wexford Co. — 
Pop. 16,845. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Globe (Ind.), W 1,225 





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Michigan — Continued 

CADILLAC— Continued. 

News (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

News and Express (Rep.) , W ] ,500 

CALUMET— Pop. 10,500— Houghton Co.— 
Pop. 66,06.3. 
Copper Country News (Ind. Rep.), 

eve., ex. Sun 2,200 

Italian Miner dtal. Ind.), W 3,500 

La Sentinella (Ital. Ind.), W 4,000 

Posten (Ind. Rep.), W 1,550 

Untiset (Ind. Finn.), W 5,000 

CARD — Pop. 2,006 — Tuscola Co. — Pop. 
35,899. 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 3,200 

Courier (Dem.), W 2,050 

Gleaner (Agri.), M 50,000 

CEDAR SPRINGS— Pop. 950— Kent Co.— 
Pop. 129,714. 
Clipper (Rep.), W 1,470 

CHARLOTTE— Pop. 4,092— Eaton Co.— 
Pop. 31,668. 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,650 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,500 

Tribune (Ind.), W 3,600 

CHEBOYGAN— Pop. 6,^89— Cheboygan Co. 
—Pop. 15,516. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,200 

News (Ind. Dem.), W 1,150 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

CHESANNING^Pop. 1,244— Saginaw Co. 
—Pop. 81,222. 
Argus (Ind.), W 2,260 

COLDWATER— Pop. 6,216— Branch Co.— 
Pop. 27,811. 
Courier and Republican(Rep.), T-W. 3,000 
Reporter (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 



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Michigan— Continued 

COLDWATER— Continued. 

Reporter (Ind.), S-W 6,900 

Star(Ind.),W 1,100 

Sun(Dem.),W 2,600 

CORUNNA— Pop. 1,510— Shiawasse Co.-^ 
Pop. 33,866. 

Independent (Dem.), W 1,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,350 

DELRAY— Pop. 4,573— Wayne Co. — Pop. 
348 793 

Times (Ind.),W 1,500 

DETROIT — Pop. 310,000 — Wayne Co. — 

Pop. 348,793. 

Abendpost (Ger. Rep.), eve. • 7,850 

Abendpost (Ger. Rep.), Sun 8,000 

Advertiser (Loc), W 5,000 

American Boy, M 125,000 

American Tyler (Mas.), S-W 7,900 

Bulletin of Pharmacy (Phar.), M.. . . 23,000 
Business Man's Magazine & The 

Bookkeeper, M 105,000 

Business World (Bu. Edu.) , B-M . . . 3,500 

Courier (Ind.), W 15,500 

Familien Blaetter (Ger. Rep.), W. . . 12,900 

Fraternal Index (Frat.), M 5,600 

Free Press (Ind.), morn 48,485 

Free Press (Ind.), Sun 60,939 

Gleaner (Agri.), M 60,000 

Herold (Ger. Labor), W 2,700 

Home Study (Edu.), M 15,000 

Horse Shoers' Journal, M 13,100 

Indicator (Insur.), S-M 10,200 

Informer (Negro), W 3,000 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 56,000 

Journal (Rep.), S-W-. . 12,500 

Law Students' Helper, M 7,500 

Legal News, morn., ex. Sun 1,300 

Legal News, W 3,000 

Leucocyte (Med.), M. 1,500. 

Medical Age, S-M 3,100 

Medical Counselor (Homeo.), M . . . . 1,500 

Medicine, M 3,000 





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People (Dem.), W 


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Perrin's Stenographer (Edu.), M 

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Rural Magazine (Agri. & Lit.), M. . . 


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Therapeutic Gazette (Med.), M 


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Michigan— Continued 

FENTON— Pop. 2,408— Genesee Co.— Pop. 
41,804. 

Courier (Dcm.), W 1,087 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,300 

FLINT — Pop. 14,900 — Genesee Co. — 
, Pop. 41,804. 

Bee Keepers' Review, M 3,295 

Democrat (Dem.), Sun 1,650 

Globe (Rep.), W , 1,540 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 7,650 

■ News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,200 

Wolverine Citizen (Rep.), W 1,970 

GRAND RAPIDS— Pop. 96,000— Kent Co. 
—Pop. 129,714. 

American €heesemaker (Trade), M. 7,000 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 3,080 

De Standaard (Holl.), S-W 2,260 

Germania (Ind. Ger.), W 2,600 

Herald (Rep.), morn 30,044 

Michigan Artisan, M 5,015 

Michigan Posten (Ind.) , W 4,300 

Middle West (Dem.), W 5,100 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 17,000 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 47,000 

Sonntagsbote (Ger. Ind.), Sun 2,400 

Times (Ind. Rep.), W 1.150 

Tradesman (Com.), W 7;500 

HANCOCK— Pop. 4,050— Houghton Co.— 
Pop. 66,063. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,200 

HASTINGS — Pop. 3,172 — Barry Co. — 
Pop. 22,514. 

Banner (Rep.), W 3,200 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,450 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,730 

HILLSDALE— Pop. 4,151— Hillsdale Co.— 
Pop. 29,865. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,450 

Leader (Rep.), W 2,180 

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Michigan— Continued 

HOLLAND — Pop. 7,790 — Ottawa Co. — 
Pop. 39,667. 

City News (Rep.), W 1,000 

De Grondwet (Rep. Holl.), W 7,000 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,250 

Sentinel (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,030 

Times (Dem.), W 2,300 

HOUGHTON— Pop. 3,359— Houghton Co. 
—Pop. 66,063. 

Mining Gazette, every morn 6,200 

Mining Gazette, Sun 6,200 

HOWARD CITY— Pop. 1,398— Montclaim 
Co.— Pop. 32,754. 

Michigan Bulletin, M 1,200 

Record (Rep.), W 1,600 

HOWELL— Pop. 2,518— Livingston Co.— 
Pop. 191,664. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,550 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,300 

HUDSON — Pop. 2,403 — Lenawee Co. — 
Pop. 48,406. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,550 

Post (Rep.), W 1,300 

IONIA — Pop. 5,209 — Ionia Co. — Pop. 
34 329 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1 ,600 

Standard (Dem.), W 1,100 

IRON MOUNTAIN— Pop. 9,242— Dickinson 

Co.— Pop. 17,890. 

Range Tribune (Rep.), W 1,250 

Tribune Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,300 

IRONWOOD— Pop. 9,705— Gogebic Co.— 
Pop. 16,738. 

News-Record (Rep.), W 1,250 

Times (Rep.), W 1,200 



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ISHPEMING— Pop. 13,255— Marquette Co. 
—Pop. 41,239. 

Iron Ore (Rep.), W 3.618 

Peninsular Record (Lab.), W. 1,500 

Superior Posten (Sw.), W 5.900 



ITHACA— Pop. 2,020— Gratiot Co. — Pop. 
29 889 

Herald (Rep.), W 4,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,550 



JACKSON— Pop. 26,500 — Jackson Co. — 
Pop. 48,222. 

Citizen (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,506 

Citizen (Rep.), S-W 3,150 

Industrial News (Ind.), W 5,200 

Michigan Volksfreund (Ger. Dem.), 

W 2,600 

Patriot (Ind. Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 6,500 

Patriot (Ind. Dem.), Sun 7,200 

Patriot (Ind. Dem.), S-W 2,800 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,850 

Star (Ind.), W 2,325 



KALAMAZOO — Pop. 30,000 — Kalamazoo 

Co.— Pop. 44,310. 

Gazette (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 11,980 

Gazette (Dem.), Sun 13,050 

Hollandische Amerikaan (Ind.), 

T-W 3,500 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun II ,977 

Telegraph (Rep.), S-W 10, 1 §0 

LANSING— Pop. 20,200 — Ingham Co. — 

Pop. 39,818. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,600 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,715 

Journal (Dem.), W 2,983 

Michigan Staats Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), 

W 1,400 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,300 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,800 

Wolverine Workman (Frat.), M 16.000 









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Michigan — Continued 

LAPEER— Pop. 3,297 — Lapeer Co. — 
Pop. 27,641. 

Clarion (Rep.), W 3,000 

Press (Dem.), W 4,000 

LUDINGTON— Pop. 7,166 — Mason Co. — 
Pop. 18,885. 
Record- Appeal (Rep.), 2,900 

MANISTEE — Pop. 14,260 — Manistee Co. 

—Pop. 27,856. 

Advocate (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,000 

Michigan Volkszeitung (Ger. Dem.), 

W 1,225 

News (Non-partisan) , eve. , ex. Sun. . 1 ,700 

MANISTIQUE — Pop. 4,126 — Schoolcraft 
Co.— Pop. 7,889. 

Harold (Ind. Swede) ,W 1,000 

Pioneer Tribune (Rep.), W 1,300 

Record (Rep.), W 1,450 

MARQUETTE — Pop. 10,058 — Marquette 

Co.— Pop. 41,239. (N. W. C.) 
Mining Journal (Ind.), morn., ex. 

Sun,W 3,150 

Mining Journal (Ind.) , S-W 1 ,500 

MARSHALI^Pop. 4,370— Calhoun Co.— 
Pop. 49,315. 

News (Dem.), W 1,500 

Statesman (Rep.), W 1,900 

MASON— Pop. 1,828 — Ingham Co. — Pop. 
39 818 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

News (Rep.), W 1,450 

MENOMINEE— Pop. 12,818 — Menominee 

Co.— Pop. 27,046. 
Herald-Leader (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 3,200 

Herald-Leader (Rep.) , W 1 ,400 

Northwestern Farmer (Agri,), M 28,000 

Pioneer und Volksfreund (Ger. Ind.), 

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MIDLAND — Pop. 2,363 — Midland Co. — 
Pop. 14,439. 

Republican (Rep.), W. 1,250 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,000 

MONROE— Pop. 5,043— Monroe Co.— Pop. 
32,754. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Record Commercial (Rep.), W 4,000 

MOUNT CLEMENS— Pop. 6,576— Macomb 
Co.— Pop. 33,244. 

Leader (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1 000 

Monitor (Rep.), 1,350 

Press (Dem.), W 1,050 

MOUNT PLEASANT— Pop. 3,662— Isabella 
Co.— Pop. 22,784. 

Central Mich. Times (Rep.), W 1,200 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,650 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 2,400 

N.W. Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

MUSKEGON— Pop. 20,818— Muskegon Co. 
—Pop. 37,036. 

Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Chronide<Rep.), W 1,786 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 2,20o 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

NILES — Pop. 4,287 — Berrien Co. — Pop. 
49 165 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,950 

Sun (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

OWOSSO — Pop. 8,696 — Shiawasse Co. — 

Pop, 33,866, 

Argus (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

Argus, W 1,000 

Press- American (Dem,), eve,, ex. 

Sun 2,000 

Press-American (Dem,), W 1,550 

Times(Rep.),W 3,500 
















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Michigan — Continued 

OXFORD— Pop. 1,172— Oakland Co.— Pop. 
44,792. 
Leader-Globe (Ind.), W 2,000 

PETOSKEY — Pop. 5,285 — Emmet Co. — 
Pop. 15,931. 
Independent Democrat (Dem.), W . . 1,500 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,150 

Record (Rep.), W 1,300 

Restorer (Soc), morn., ex. Sun 1,050 

PONTIAC — Pop. • 9,679 — Oakland Co. — 
Pop. 44,792. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 3,000 

Post (Dem.), W 3,200 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,126 

PORT HURON — Pop. 19,158 — St. Clair 
Co.— Pop. 55,228. 

Bee-Hive (Frat.), M 348,000 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Herald (Ind.), W 2,500 

Herold (Ger. Dem.), W 1,400 

International Magazine (Lit.), M. .100,000 

Ladies' Review (Frat.), M 142,000 

Modern Maccabee (Frat.), M 132,000 

Postmaster Everywhere (Mail), M. . 31,000 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Times (Rep.), S-W 2,950 

REED CITY — Pop. 2,051 — Osceola Co. — 
Pop. 17,859. 

Clarion (Rep.), W 1,850 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,400 

SAGINAW —Pop. 42,145 — Saginaw Co. — 

Pop. 81,222. 
Courier-Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Mon 14,000 

Courier-Herald (Rep.), Sun 14,000 

Courier-Herald (Rep.) , S-W 8,000 

Journal (Ind. Ger.), W 1,400 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1 9,286 

Papyrus (Frat.), M 5,000 

Post Zeitung (Ger. Ind.) , W 6,000 

Saginawian (Rep.), W 1,300 

Valley News (Rep.) , W 2,150 













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ST. CLAIR— Pop. 2,543— St. Clair Co.— 
Pop. 55,228. 

Press (Ind.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.) W 2,000 

ST. JOHN'S — Pop. 3,388 — Clinton Co. — 
Pop. 25,136. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,200 

News (Ind.), W 5,600 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,900 

ST. JOSEPH — Pop. 5,155 — Berrien Co. — 
Pop. 49,165. 

Boys' Own Sports (Sport) , M 9, 100 

Gas Power, M 16,000 

aNational Fruit Grower, M 12,500 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Press (Ind.), W 1,200 

Threshermen's Review (Trade), W... 34,000 

ST. LOUIS — Pop. 1,989 — Gratiot Co. — 
Pop. 29,889. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,700 

Republican Leader (Rep.), W 1,200 

SAULT STE. MARIE— Pop. 10,538— Chip- 
pewa Co.— Pop. 21,338. 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,521 

News (Rep.), W 2,000 

Soo Times (Ind.), W 2,300 

SOUTH HAVEN— Pop. 4,000— Van Buren 
Co.— Pop. 33,274. 

Citizens' Advocate (Ind.), W 2,000 

Tribune Messenger (Rep.), W 1,000 

THREE RIVERS— Pop. 3,550— St. Joseph 
Co.— Pop. 23,889. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

Hustler (Loc), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

News Reporter (Rep.), W 1,200 

Reporter (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Strawberry (Hort.), M 30,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,050 



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Michigan — Continued 

TRAVERSE CITY — Pop. 9,407 — Grand 
Traverse Co.— Pop. 20,479. 

Eagle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Eagle (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,800 

Record (Rep.), morn., ex, Mon 1,900 



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UTICA — Pop. 
Pop. 33,244. 

Buckeye and Wolverine (Ind.) , M . . 2,000 

Sentinel (Ind.), W 1,()00 

WEST BAY CITY— Pop. 13,119— Bay Co. 
—Pop. 62,378. 

City News (Ind. Rep.) , eve. , ex. Sun. 2,350 

News-Graphic (Ind. Rep.), Sun 2,800 

WYANDOTTE— Pop. 5,183— Wayne Co.— 
Pop. 348,793. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,050 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

YPSILANTI— Pop. 7,37&— Washtenaw Co- 
—Pop. 47,761. 

Acgus (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,550 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Ypsilantian (Rep.), W 1,100 



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Population 1,979,912. 

ADA — Pop. 1,253 — Naman Co. — Pop. 
15,045. 

Herald (Pop.), W 1,000 

Index (Rep.), W 1 ,250 

ALBERT LEA— Pop. 4,500— Freeborn Co. 
—Pop. 21,838. 
Enterprise (Rep.), W 2,000 



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ALBERT LEA— Continued. • 

Standard (Ind.), W 1,850 

Times (Rep.),W 2,192 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,230 



ALEXANDRIA— Pop. 2,681— Douglas Co- 
—Pop. 17,964. 

Citizen (Dem.), W 1,150 

Post News (Rep.), W 1,975 

ANOKA — Pop. 3,769— Anoka Co.— Pop. 
11,313. 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,050 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,650 

AUSTIN — Pop. 5,474 — Mower Co. — Pop. 
22 335 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,010 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,650 

Normal Review (Edu.), M 2,400 

Register (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Register (Rep.), W 1,400 

Transcript (Rep.), W 2,000 

BEMIDJI— Pop. 2,183— Beltrami Co. — Pop. 
11,030. 

News (Rep.), W 1,350 

Pioneer (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Pioneer (Rep.), W 1,700 

Sentinel (Ind.), W 1,200 

BLUE EARTH— Pop. 2,900— Faribault Co. 
--Pop. 22,055. 

Post (Rep.), W 1,600 

Register (Ind. Rep.), W 1,950 

BRAINERD— Pop. 7,524^Crow Wing Co. 
—Pop. 14,250. 

Arena (Dem.), W 1,000 

Dispatch (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Dispatch (Rep.), W 1,820 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,400 





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CHASKA— Pop. 2,165— Carver Co.— Pop. 
17,544. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,680 

Review (Rep.), W 1,100 

CHATFIELD— Pop. 1,426— Fillmore Co.— 
Pop. 28,238. 
News-Democrat (Ind. Rep.), W. . . . 1,800 

CROOKSTON — Pop. 5,359 — Polk Co. — 

Pop. 35,429. 

Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 2,500 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,800 

Times (Ind.), morn, and eve., ex. 

Sun 6,200 

Times (Ind.), W 4,900 

DULUTH— Pop. 52,969— St. Louis Co.— 

Pop. 82,932. 

Bede's Budget (Rep.), W 15,100 

Commercial Record, eve., ex. Sun . . . 2,250 

Duluth Posten (Sw.) , W 8,700 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 17,200 

Herald (Ind.), W 4,000 

Labor World (Labor), W 3,800 

News-Tribune (Rep.), morn 16,679 

News-Tribune (Rep.), Sun 17,955 

News-Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

Nordvesterns Handelstidning (Rep. 

Swed.),W 8,200 

Posten (Rep. Swed.) 8,000 

Tribunal (Rep.), W 2,200 

FAIRMONT — Pop. 3,040 — Martin Co.— 
Pop. 16,936. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,200 

News (Rep.), W 1,350 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,400 

Zeitung (Ind. Ger.), W 1.100 

FARIBAULT— Pop. 7,868— Rice Co.— Pop. 
26,080. 
Cupid's Columns (Matri.), M 15,000 



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Minnesota — Continued 

FARIBAULT— Continued. 

Democrat (Ind.), W 1,320 

Journal (Ind. Rep.), W 2,150 

Pilot (Dem.), W 1,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

FERGUS FALLS— Pop. 6,072— Otter Tail 
Co.— Pop. 45,375. 

Free Press (Ind.), W 1,000 

Globe (Ind.), W 1,200 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,800 

Wheelock's Weekly (Dem.), W 1,700 

GLENCOE— Pop. 1,780 — McLeod Co.— 
Pop. 19,595. 

Anzeiger (Rep. Ger.) 5,000 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 2,160 

Register (Rep.), W 1,383 

HALLOCK— Pop. 805— Kittson Co.— Pop 
7,889. 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,380 

News (Rep.), W 1,150 

HASTINGS — Pop. 3,811 — Dakota Co. — 
Pop. 21,733. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Gazette (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 

Gazette (Rep.), W. 1,650 

HUTCHINSON— Pop. 2,495— McLeod Co.— 
Pop. 19,595. 

Independent Times (Rep.) , W 1 ,500 

Leader (Dem.), W 2,050 

KASSON — Pop. 1,112 — Dodge Co. —Pop. 
13,340. 
Republican (Rep.), W 1,020 

LA CRESCENT— Pop. 200— Houston Co. 
—Pop. 15,400. 
Penny Magazine (Lit.), M 15.000 



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LAKE CITY— Pop. 2,744— Wabasha Co.— 
Pop. 18,924. 

Graphic Sentinel (Ind.), W 1 ,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

LANESBORO— Pop. 1,102— Fillmore Co.— 
Pop. 28,238. 
Leader (Ind.), W 2,460 

LINDSTROM — Pop. 385— €hisago Co. — 
Pop. 13,248. 
Medborgaren (Sw.), W 2,250 

LITCHFIELD— Pop. 2,280— Meeker Co.— 
Pop. 17,753. 

Independent (Loc), W 1,450 

Review (Rep.), W 1,300 

LITTLE FALLS — Pop. 5,774 — Morrison 
Co.— Pop. 22,891. 

Democrat (Ind. Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,160 

Transcript (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,000 
Transcript (Rep.), S-W 2,200 

LUVERNE— Pop. 2,223— Rock Co.— Pop. 
9,668. 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,200 

Journal (Rep.),W 2,500 

MANKATO— Pop. 10,599— Blue Earth Co. 
—Pop. 32,263. 

Free Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,550 

Free Press (Rep.), W 2,250 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,000 

Post (Ger Ind.), W 2,500 

Review (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Review (Dem.), W 1,600 

MARSHALL— Pop. 2,088— Lyon Co.— Pop. 
14,591. 

News-Messenger (Rep.), W 1,425 

Reporter (Rep.), W 1,100 







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MELROSE — Pop. 1,768 — Stearns Co. — 
Pop. 44,464. 

Anzeiger (Ger.), W 2,220 

Beacon (Rep.), W 1,000 

MINNEAPOLIS— Pop. 262,000— Hennepin 
Co.— Pop. 292,806. 

Aftenloesning (Norw. Lit.), W 5,750 

Both Sides (Anti. Prohib.), W 1,100 

• Buerger & Bauer (Agri. Ger.), M . . . . 8,000 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 1,000 

Cigar and Tobacco Journal (Trade), 

M 2,500 

Commercial Bulletin (Groc.) , W . . . . 6,900 

Crow Bar, M 10,600 

Echo de L'Ouest (Rep. Fr.), W 4,50o 

Farm Implements (Trade) , M 7,600 

Farm, Stock and Home (Agri.),S-M. 87,000 

Farmers' Tribune (Agri.), S-W 46,423 

Freie Presse Herold (Ger. Dem.) , W. 7,550 

Hardware Trade, fortnightly 5,500 

Housekeeper (Fam.), M 303,966 

Improvement Bulletin, W 4,000 

. Irish Standard (Dem.), W 3,000 

Iron Trail (Trade), M 9,666 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 71,127 

Journal (Rep.), Sun 69,788 

Keith's Magazine (Build.), M 10,000 

Legal News, morn., ex. Sun 3,000 

Linnea (Sw. and Eng.), M 6,000 

Lustiger Bruder (Ger. Humor) 1,000 

Market Record, morn., ex. Sun 2,500 

Masonic Observer (Frat,), W 6,200 

Medical Dial (Med.), M 2,500 

Minnesota Horticulturist (Hort.), M. 1,500 

Mirror (Rep.), W 1,250 

Mississippi Val. Lumberman, W 3,000 

National Rebekah (Frat.), M 9,700 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 22,416 

News-Letter (Rep.), W 5,000 

N.E. Argus (Loc.),W 1,000 

N. W. Agriculturist, W 75,322 

N. W. Clerk and Window Dresser,M. 3,000 

Nye Normanden (Norweg.), W 6,670 





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MINNEAPOLIS— Continued. 

Progress (Ind.), W. . . .- 2,000 

Pythian Advocate (K. of P.), M 3,000 

School Education (Edu.), M 5,150 

Skandinavisk Farmer Journal 

(Skand. Agri.), W. 5,100 

Skordemannen (Sw. Agri.), S-M 12,000 

Svenska Amer. Posten (Sw, Ind.), 

W 53,000 

Svenska Family Journal (Sw.) , M . , '. 5,000 
Svenska Folkets Tidning (Sw. Rep.), 

W 28,000 

Svenska Roman Bladet (Lit.), W . . . 13,500 

Telegram (Rep.), W 1,200 

Tidende (Nor. Ind.), eve., ex. Sun.... 5,200 

Tidende (Nor. Ind.), Sun 6,600 

Tidende (Nor. Ind.), W 31 ,036 

Times (Ind.), morn 25,897 

Times (Ind.), Sun 24,870 

Tribune (Rep.), morn., and eve 1 03,385 

Tribune (Rep.), Sun 83,01 1 

Ugebladet (Norweg.), W 8,000 

Union (Lab.), W 3,900 

Western Camera Notes (Photo.) , M . 5,000 



MORRIS— Pop. 1,934— Stevens Co.— Pop. 
8,721. 

Sun (Rep.), W 1,150 

Times (Dem.),W 1,000 



NEW ULM— Pop. 5,403— Brown Co.— Pop. 
19,787. 

Fortschritt (Ger. Ind.), W 1,016 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,500 

Post (Ind. Dem. Ger.), W 1,178 

Review (Pop.), W 1,000 

Volksblatt (Ger. Ind.) , W 2,000 



NORTHFIELD — Pop. 3,210 — Rice Co.— 
Pop. 26,080. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,250 

News (Rep.), W 1,600 

Popular Astronomy, M 1,000 



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ST. PAUL— Pop. 197,023— Ramsey Co.— 

Pop. 206,330. 

A. O. U. W. Guide, W 23,000 

Dairy Record (Dairy), 7,000 

Dispatch (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 62,959 

Dispatch (Rep.), W 93,733 

Fanner (Agri.), S-M 93,346 

Fanner's Wife (Agri. and Fam.), M.100,000 

Herald (Ind.), W 2,000 

Jolly Elk (Frat.), M 5,000 

Mail Order Monthly 200,000 

Medical Journal (Medical), M 2,500 

Minnesota Stats Tidning (Swed. 

Rep.), W 10,900 

Nat. Reporter Sys. (Legal), W 28,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 39,033 

Nordvesten (Nor. Rep.), W 14,100 

N. W. Shoe and Leather Journal, M. 5,785 

Odd-Fellows Review (Frat.), M . . . 24,000 

Opportunity (Lit.), M 60,000 

Pioneer Press (Rep.), morn 36,000 

Pioneer (Rep.), Sun 31,500 

Pioneer Press (Rep.), W 27,000 

Poultry Herald (Poul.), M 10,800 

Railway and Hotel News, D 4,200 

Record (Dem.),W 1,200 

Rural Weekly (Ind.), 107,611 

Successful Agriculture, M 60,000 

Trade (Com.), W 6,000 

Twin City Guardian (Ind.) , W 3,800 

Volkszeitung (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 14,000 

Volkszeitung (Ger. Ind.), S-W 28,700 

West St. Paul Times (Rep.) , W 1 ,400 

ST. PETER — Pop. 4,302 — Nicollet Co.— 
Pop. 14,774. 

Free Press (Rep.>, W 1,050 

Herald (Dera.), W 2,600 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,000 

Record (Dem.),W 1,200 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,620 

STILLWATER— Pop. 12,318— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 27,808. 
Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 



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STILLWATER— Continued. 

Gazette (Rep.), S-W 2,300 

Hermanns Sohn im Westen (Ger. 

Frat.),S-M 4,400 

Messenger (Ind. Rep.) , W 1,000 

St. Croix Post (Ind.), W 1,700 

Trade News (Dem.) , W 8,000 

WASECA— Pop. 3,103— Waseca Co.— Pop. 
14,760. 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,000 

Journal-Radical (Rep.), W 1,550 

WILLMAR— Pop. 3,409— Kandiyohi Co.— 
Pop. 18,416. 

Republican Gazette (Rep.), W 2,400 

Tribune (Pop.), S-W 2,250 

WINONA— Pop. 20,200— Winona Co.— Pop. 

35,686. 
American Stock Farm and Advance 

Farmer (Agri. and Stock), M 25,000 

Independent (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon. 2,983 

Leader (Dem.), W 2,000 

National Farmer (Agri. Cur.) 20,000 

Republican and Herald (Rep.), eve., 

ex. Sun 4,150 

Republican and Herald (Rep.), W . . 4,300 
Sonntags-Winona (Ger. Ind.), W. . . 23,500 
Volksblatt des Westens (Ger. Ind.), 

W : 33,800 

Westlicher Herold (Ger. Ind. Dem.), 

W 23,252 

Winona Co. Enterprise (Ind.) , W . . . 1 ,250 

WORTHINGTON— Pop. 2,386— Nobles Co. 
—Pop. 14,932. 

Advance (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Advance (Rep.), W 1,560 

ZUMBROTA— Pop. 1,119— Goodhue Co.— 
Pop. 31,137. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,040 

News (Rep.), W 1,400 



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Population 1,629,771. 

ABERDEEN— Pop. 3,434— Monroe Co.— 
Pop. 31,216. 

Examiner (Dem.), W 1,150 

Weekly (Dem.), W 1,350 

BILOXI — Pop. 5,467 — Harrison Co. — 
Pop. 21,002. 

Herald (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), Sun 1,500 

BROOKHAVEN— Pop. 2,678— Lincoln Co. 
—Pop. 21,552. 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,055 

Times (Dem.), W 1,260 

COLUMBUS— Pop. 6,484— Lerondes Co.— 
Pop. 29,095. 

Commercial (Dem.), S-W 1,000 

Commercial (Dem.), W 1,500 

Dispatch (Dem.), W 1,150 

CORINTH— Pop. 3,661— Alcorn Co.— Pop. 
14,987. 

Corinthian (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Corinthian (Dem.), W 1,400 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,130 

DURANT— Pop. 1,766— Holmes Co.— Pop. 
36,828. 
News (Dem.), W 1,230 

GREENVILLE — Pop. 7,642 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 49,216. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Times (Dem.), W 1,500 

GREENWOOD— Pop. 3,026— Le Flore Co 
—Pop. 23,834. 

Commonwealth (Dem.), W 2,000 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1.000 





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GRENADA — Pop. 2,568 — Grenada Co. — 
Pop. 14,112. 
Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,560 

HATTIESBURG— Pop. 4,175— Perry Co.— 
Pop. 14,682. 

American Citizen (Dem.), W 1,000 

Progress (Dem.), eve,, ex. Sun 2,300 

Progress (Dem.), W 1,000 

JACKSON— Pop. 7,816— Hinds Co.— Pop. 

52,577. 
Clarion-Ledger (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 5,500 

Clarion-Ledger (Dem.), Sun 6,000 

Clarion-Ledger (Dem.), W 1 0,000 

Mississippi Teacher, M 3,300 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,850 

News (Dem,), Sun 8,620 

KOSCIUSKO — Pop, 2,078 — Attala Co. — 
Pop. 26,248. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

Star-Ledger (Dem.), W 1,800 

LEXINGTON— Pop, 1,516— Holmes Co,— 
Pop, 36,828. 
Progress-Advertiser (Dem,), W 1,650 

McCOMB CITY — Pop. 4,477 — Pike Co.— 
Pop, 27,545. 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,780 

Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

MERIDIAN— Pop. 15,100— Lauderdale Co. 
—Pop, 38,150, 

Dispatch (Dem,), eve,, ex. Sun, . . . 3,100 

Dispatch (Dem,), W 

Star (Dem,), eve,, ex. Sun 6,000 

Star (Dem.), Sun 6,500 

Star (Dem.), W 7,500 

NATCHEZ— Pop. 12,210 — Adams Co, — 
Pop. 30,111. 

Bulletin (Dem,), eve,, ex. Sun 1,000 

Democrat (Dem.) , morn., ex. Mon . . 1 ,550 
Democrat (Dem,), W 1,100 





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OKOLONA— Pop. 2,177— Chickasaw Co.— 
Pop. 19,892. 
Messenger (Ind.), W 2,710 

SENATOBIA— Pop. 1,156— Tate Co.— Pop 
20,618. 
Democrat (Dem.) W 1,530 

STARKVILLE— Pop. 1,986 — Oktibbeha 
Co. —Pop. 20,183. 

East Miss. Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

So. Farm Gazette, W 9,200 

VICKSBURG— Pop. 14,834— Warren Co.— 
Pop. 40,912. 

American (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 4^000 

Herald (Dem.), Sun 5,000 

Herald (Dem.), W 5,000 

Monday Morning News (Dem.) 1,100 

Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,900 

Southland (Indust.), W 1,000 

WATER VALLEY— Pop. 3,813— Yalabusha 
Co.— Pop. 19,742. 
North Mississippi Herald (Dem.),W. 5,00C 
Progress (Dem.), W 1,050 

WESSON— Pop. 3,279— Copiah Co. — Pop 

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Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,500 

WEST POINT— Pop. 3,193 — Clay Co — 
Pop. 19,563. 

Dixie Press (Dem.), W 1,000 

Leader (Dem.), W 1000 

Times-Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. l',200 

WINONA— Pop. 2,455— Montgomery Co — 
—Pop. 16,536. 
Times (Dem.), W 1,500 



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YAZOO CITY— Pop. 4,944 — Yazoo Co. — 
Pop. 43,948. 

Herald (Dem.),W 1,430 

News(Dem.),W 1,000 

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Population 3,227,214. 

ALBANY— Pop. 2,025— Gentry Co.— Pop. 
20 554 

Capital (Rep.), W 1,420 

Ledger (Dem.), W 1,800 

AURORA — Pop. 6,191 — Lawrence Co. — 
Pop. 31,662. 

Advertiser (Dem.) , W 1 ,500 

Miner (Rep.), W 1,700 

BETHANY — Pop. 2,093— Harrison Co, — 
Pop. 24,398. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,200 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,800 

BEVIER— Pop. 1,808— Macon Co.— Pop. 
33,018. 
Appeal (Ind.),W 1,200 

BOLIVAR — Pop. 1,869 — Polk Co. —Pop. 
23 255 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,300 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,270 

BOONVILLE— Pop. 4,377— Cooper Co.— 

Pop. 22,532. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,800 

Central Missourier (Ger. Rep.) , W. . . 700 
Central Missouri Republican (Rep.), 

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Missouri — Continued 

BOWLING GREEN— Pop. 1,902— Pike Co. 
—Pop. 25,744. 

Post (Dem.), W 2,705 

Times (Dem.), W ' 2,800 

BROOKFIELD— Pop. 5,484— Linn Co.— 
Pop. 25,503. 

Argus (Dem.), W 2,340 

Budget (Dem.), W 3,600 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,240 

BRUNSWICK— Pop. 1,403— Chariton Co. 
—Pop. 26,826. 
Brunswicker (Dem.), W 1,300 

BUTLER— Pop. 3,158— Bates Co. — Pop. 
30,141. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Record (Rep.), W 1,000 

Republican Press (Rep.), W 1,300 

Times (Dem.), W 2,500 

CALIFORNIA— Pod. 2.181— Moniteau Co. 
—Pop. 15,931. * 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

Dispatch (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,150 

CAMERON— Pop. 2,979 — Clinton Co. — 
Pop. 17,363. 

Observer (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Observer (Rep.), W 1,280 

Sun (Dem.), W 2,100 

CAPE GIRARDEAU — Pop. 4,815— Cape 
Girardeau Co.— Pop. 24,315. 

Democrat (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Democrat (Rep.), W 1,050 ' 

Progress (Dem.), S-W 1,500 

CARROLLTON— Pop. 3,854— Carroll Co. 
—Pop. 26,455. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,560 

Republican-Record (Rep.) , W 2,000 



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CARTHAGE— Pop. 9,416 — Jasper Co. — 
Pop. 84,018. 
Democrat (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun. . . 1,400 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,500 

Press (Rep.), eve., ex, Su^ 1,750 

Press (Rep.), W 3,200 

CASSVILLE— Pop. 702 — Barry Co. — Pop. 
25 532 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,280 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,650 

CENTRALIA — Pop. 1,722 — Boone Co. — 
Pop. 28,642. 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,350 

Fireside Guard (Dem.), W 1,200 

CHILLICOTHE— Pop. 6,905 — Livingston 
Co.— Pop. 22,302. 

Constitution (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . 1,246 

Constitution (Dem.), W 3,400 

Missouri World (Pop,), W 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,230 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,600 

CLAYTON— Pop, 1,000 — St. Louis Co. — 

Pop. 50,040. 

Argus (Dem.), W 2,000 

St. Louis County Waechter (Ger. 

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Watchman-Advocate (Rep.), W 6,300 

CLINTON— Pop. 5,061— Henry Co. — Pop. 
28,054. 
Democrat (Dem,), eve,, ex. Sun. . . . 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,600 

Eye (Dem.), W 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,160 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,000 

COLUMBIA— Pop, 5,651 — Boone Co. — 
Pop. 28,642. 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,540 

Missouri Statesman (Dem.), 1,600 



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DE SOTO— Pop. 5,611 — Jefferson Co. — 
Pop. 25,712. 
Jefferson County Republican (Rep.), 

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Press (Dem.), W 1,100 

DONIPHAN— Pop. 1,508 — Ripley Co. — 
Pop. 13,186. 

Hustler (Dem.), W 1,150 

Prospect News (Dem.), W 1,600 

EDINA— Pop. 1,605 — Knox Co. — Pop. 
13 479 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Register (Dem.), W 1,050 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,700 

FARMINGTON— Pop. 1,778— St. Francois 
Co.— Pop. 24,051. 

News (Rep.), W 1,260 

Progress (Dem.), W 1,200 

Times-Herald (Dem.) , W 1,410 

FAYETTE— Pop. 2,717— Howard Co. — 
Pop. 18,337. 

Advertiser (Dem.) , W 1,900 

Democratic Leader (Dem.), W 1,800 

FULTON— Pop. 4,883— Calloway Co.— Pop. 
25,984. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,600 

Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Sun (Dem.), W 2,550 

Telegraph (Dem.), S-W 1,200 

GALLATIN— Pop. 1,770 — Daviess Co. — 
Pop. 21,325. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,500 

North Missourian (Rep.), W 1,500 

GRANT CITY— Pop. 1,406 — Worth Co. — 
Pop. 9,832. 
Star (Rep.), W 1,600 



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HAMILTON— Pop. 1,804— Caldwell Co.— 
Pop. 16,656. 

Farmers' Advocate (Dem.), W 2,400 

Fraternal Home (Frat.), M 10,000 

Hamiltonian (Rep.), W 1,000 

HANNIBAI.— Pop. 12,780 — Marion Co. — 
Pop. 26,331. 

Courier-Post (Rep.) , eve., ex. Sun . . 2,300 

Courier-Post (Rep.), W 1,000 

Journal (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 1,500 

Journal (Dem.), Sun 1,500 

Journal (Dem.), W 2,000 

HARRISON VILLE— Pop. 1,844— Cass Co. 
—Pop. 23,636. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Leader (Dem.), W 3,300 

News (Rep.), W 1,240 

HERMANN— Pop. 1,575— Gasconade Co.— 
Pop. 12,298. 

Advertiser Courier (Rep.), W 1,000 

Volksblatt (Ger. Rep.), W 1,100 

HIGGINSVILLE — Pop. 2,791 — Lafayette 
Co.— Pop. 31,679. 

Advance (Rep.), W 1,154 

Jeffersonian (Dem.), W 1,700 

Leader 1,000 

Missouri Thalbote (Ger. Rep.), W. . . 1,500 
Progressive Bee-Keeper (Bee Keep- 
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HUNTS VILLE— Pop. 1,805— Randolph Co. 
—Pop. 24,442. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,700 

INDEPENDENCE— Pop. 6,974 — Jackson 
Co.— Pop. 195,193. 

Examiner (Ind. Dem.), W 1,400 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,800 









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JACKSON— Pop. 1,658— Cape Girardeau Co. 
—Pop. 24,315. 

Cash Book (Dem.),W 1,100 

Deutscher Volksfreund (Rep.), W.. . 1,000 
Herald (Rep.), W 1,056 

JEFFERSON CITY— Pop. 9,664 — Cole Co. 
—Pop. 20,578. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Post (Rep. Ger.), W 1,250 

School Journal (Edu.),M 4,250 

GAL 23. 21819. McM. 

State Tribune, W 1,000 

State Tribune, eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Volksfreund (Dem. Ger.), W 1,150 

JOPLIN — Pop. 26,023 — Jasper Co. — 
Pop. 84,018. 

Globe (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 11,550 

Globe (Dem.), Sun 12,400 

News-Herald (Rep.) , eve. , ex. Sat . . 8,300 

News-Herald (Rep.) , Sun 8,300 

News-Herald (Rep.), W 1,200 

Tribune (Ger. Ind.), W 1,700 

KAHOKA— Pop. 1,818 — Clark Co. — Pop. 
15,383. 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,050 

Gazette-Herald (Dem.), W 1,530 

Review (Rep.), W 1,310 

KANSAS CITY— Pop. 175,000— Jackson Co. 

—Pop. 195,193. 
American Stockman (Live Stock) , 

W 5,800 

Architect and Builder, M 3,500 

Drovers' Telegram (Stock), eve., ex. 

Sun 40,000 

Farmer and Stockman, W 25,000 

Farmfolks (Agri.), W 45,000 

Home Friend (Fam.), M 150,000 

Illustrated World (Illus.), M 28,000 

Implement Trade Journal, W 9,000 



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KANSAS CITY— Continued. 

Independent (Ind.), W 8,100 

Journal (Rep.), morn 66,743 

Journal (Rep.), Sun 66,495 

Journal (Rep.), W 203,731 

Journal of Commerce, W 6,700 

K. C. Leader (Prohi.), W 6,000 

Leather Workers' Journal, M 7,000 

Manufacturer & Merchant, M 6,000 

Medical Arena (Homeo.), M 1,300 

Medical Index Lancet (Med.), M . . . . 2,000 

Medical Record (Med.) , M 2,500 

Missouri and Arkansas Farmer and 

Fruitman (Agri.), M 10,000 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer (Agri.), 

M 52,000 

Mo. Staats Zeitung (Ger.) , W 2,500 

Packer (Produce), W 18.000 

Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 43,981 

Poultry Culture (Poul.), M 15,000 

Presse (Ger. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 3,000 

Presse (Ger. Rep.), W 4,000 

Pythian Herald (K. of P.), M 4,000 

-Reform (Ger. Ind.), W 4,000 

Standard Farmer (Agri.), M 5,000 

Star (Ind.), eve 130,014 

Star (Ind.), Sun 129,799 

Star (Ind.), W 248,930 

Times (Dem.), morn 1 29,565 

Tribunen (Rep. Sw.), W 5,000 

Western Contractor, W 4,100 

Western Dental Journal, M 1,000 

Western Sportsman, M 7,000 

Western Monthly (Adv.), M 10,000 

World (Ind.), eve 64,359 



KENNETT— Pop. 1,509 — Dunklin Co. — 
Pop. 21,706. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,100 

Mail (Dem.), W 1,250 

KEYTESVILLE — Pop. 1,127 — Chariton 
Co.— Pop. 26,826. 

Courier (Dem.), W 2,600 

Signal (Dem.), W 1,700 







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KIRKSVILLE— Pop. 5,966 — Adair Co. — 
Pop. 21,728. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Graphic (Rep.), W 1,750 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,600 

LA GRANGE — Pop. 1,507 — Lewis Co. — 
Pop. 16,724. 
Indicator (Dem.), W 1,500 

LAMAR— Pop. 2,737 — Barton Co. — Pop. 
18,253. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Leader (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,520 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,400 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,000 

LEBANON— Pop. 2,125 — Laclede Co. — 
Pop. 16,523. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

Rustic (Dem.), W 1,600 

Sentinel (Ind.),W 1,550 

LEXINGTON— Pop. 4,190— Lafayette Co. 
—Pop. 31,679. 

Intelligencer (Dem.) , W 2,250 

News (Dem.), W 1,300 

LIBERTY— Pop. 2,407— Clay Co.— Pop. 
18,903. 

Advance (Dem.), W 1,540 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,480 

LOUISIANA— Pop. 5,131 — Pike Co. — 
Pop. 25,744. 

News (Rep.), W 1,136 

Press (Dem.), W 1,540 

MACON — Pop. 4,068 — Macon Co. — Pop. 
33 018 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,600 

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MARSHALL — Pop. 5,086 — Saline Co. — 

Pop. 33,703. 

Citizen (Dem.),W 1,300 

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Democrat-News (Dem.) , W 2,620 

Index (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Index (Dem.), W 3,200 

Progress (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Progress (Dem.), W 1,510 

Republican (Rep.) , S-W 1 ,800 

MARYSVILLE— Pop. 4,577— Nodaway Co. 
—Pop. 32,938. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

Forum (Dem.), W 2,600 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,350 

Tribune (Rep.), W. 5,300 

MAYSVILLE— Pop. 925 — De Kalb Co. — 
Pop. 14,418. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

Pilot (Rep.), W 1,000 

MEXICO— Pop. 5,099— Audrain Co.— Pop. 
21,160. 

Intelligencer (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... 700 

Intelligencer (Dem.), W 3,300 

Ledger (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Leader (Dem.), W 3,000 

MILAN — Pop. 1 ,757 — Sullivan Co. — Pop. 
20,282. 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,400 

Standard (Dem.), W 3,750 

MOBERLY— Pop. 8,012— Randolph Co.— 
Pop. 24,442. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat 1,000 

Democrat (Dem.), Sun 1,150 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 2,000 

League-Gazette (Frat.), M 2,000 

Monitor (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Monitor (Dem.), W 2,000 



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MONTGOMERY CITY— Pop. 2,026— Mont- 
gomery Co. — Pop. 16,571. 
Standard (Dem.), W 1,500 

MOUND CITY— Pop. 1,681 — Holt Co. — 
Pop. 17,083. 

Jeflfersonian (Dem), W 1,650 

News (Rep.), W 1,000 

MOUNTAIN GROVE— Pop. 1,004— Wright 
Co.— Pop. 17,519. 

Advertiser (Ind.), W 1,050 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,000 

MOUNT VERNON— Pop. 1,206 —Lawrence 
Co.— Pop. 31,662. 

Chieftain (Dem.), W 1,500 

Fountain and Journal (Rep.) , W 1,500 

Record (Rep.), W 1,100 

NEVADA — Pop. 7,461 — Vernon Co.— Pop. 
31,619. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,400 

Mail (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Post (Dem.), W 2,300 

Southwest Mail (Dem.) , W 2,600 

PALMYRA— Pop. 2,323 — Marion Co. — 
Pop. 26,331. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,350 

Spectator (Dem.), W 3,000 

PARIS— Pop. 1,397 — Monroe Co. — Pop. 
19,716. 

Appeal (Dem.), W 1,040 

Mercury (Dem.), W 2,000 

PARKSVILLE— Pop. 931 — Platte Co. — 
Pop. 16,193. 
Gazette (Dem.), W 1,250 





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PEIRCE CITY— Pop. 2,151 — Lawrence Co. 
—Pop. 31,662. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,240 

Southwest Journal (Ind.), S-W 1,000 

PLATTE CITY— Pop. 744 — Platte Co. — 
Pop. 16,193. 

Argus (Dem.), W 2,210 

Landmark (Dem.), W 1,000 

PLATTSBURC^-Pop. 1,878— Clinton Co. 
—Pop. 17,363. 

Democrat-Lever (Dem.), W 2,550 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,200 ' 

PLEASANT HILD— Pop. 2,002— Cass Co.— 
Pop. 23,636. 

Local (Dem.), W 1,100 

Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

POPLAR BLUFF— Pop. 4,321— Butler Co. 
—Pop, 16,769. 

Citizen (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Citizen (Dem.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon.. 
Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

PRINCETON— Pop. 1,575— Mercer Co.— 
Pop. 14,706. 

Press (Dem.), W 1,260 

Post (Ind.), W 1,040 

Telegraph (Rep.), W 1,165 

RICH HILL— Pop. 4,053— Bates Co.— Pop. 
30,141. 

Mining Review (Dem.), W 2,400 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,200 

Western Enterprise (Dem.), W 2,200 

RICHMOND— Pop. 3,478— Ray Co.— Pop. 
24,805. 

Conservator (Dem.), W 1,410 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Missourian (Dem.), W 1,800 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,600 



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ROCKPORT— Pop. 1,080— Atchison Co.— 
Pop. 16,501. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,000 

Mail (Dem.), W 2,500 

ROLLA— Pop. 1,600— Phelps Co.— Pop. 
14,194. 

Herald-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Missouri Sharpshooter (Dem.), W.... 1,600 
New Era (Rep.), W 1,200 

ST. CHARLES— Pop. 7,982— St. Charles Co. 
—Pop. 24,474. 

Banner News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. 1,000 

Banner News (Dem.), W 1,600 

Cosmos-Monitor (Rep.), W 2,300 

Democrat (Ger. Ind. Dem.),W 1,000 

Republikaner (Ger. Rep.), W 1,150 

ST. JOSEPH— Pop. 110,500— Buchanan Co. 

—Pop. 121.838. 

Farm and Stock, M 25,000 

Fruit Grower (Fruit), M 50,000 

Gazette (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 18,510 

Gazette (Rep.), Sun 22,600 

Medical Herald (Med.), M 6,750 

Modern Farmer (Agri.), M 5,000 

News and Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 35,532 

Post (Rep. Ger.), W 1,000 

Star, D., ex. Sun 10,000 

Stock Yards Journal (Live Stock), 

eve., ex. Sun 10,000 

Stock Yards Journal, S-W 10,200 

Stock Yards Journal, W 10,500 

Union (Labor), W 5,300 

Volskblatt (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 600 
Volksblatt (Ger. Ind.), W 1,000 

ST. LOUIS— Pop. 720,035. 

Abendschule (Ger. Lit.), B-W 56,000 

Advance Advocate (Labor), M 49,000 

Alienist and Neurologist, Quar 3,350 

Altruist (CommunistO, M 10,100 

American Journal of Dermatology 
and Genito-Urinary Diseases, 
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Miss O uri — Continued 

ST. LOUIS— Continued. 

American Journal of Opthalmology, 

M, 2,140 

American Law Review, B-M 3,685 

American Medical Journal, M 1 ,800 

American Pressman, M 4,000 

American Woman's Review (Lit.), 

M 235,000 

Amerika (Ger. Dem.), morn., ex. 

Sun 17,500 

Amerika (Ger. Dem.), Sun 21,500 

Amerika (Ger. Dem.), S-W 30,000 

Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.), eve 33,250 

Anzeiger des Westens (Ger. Ind.), 

Daily Country Edition 42,300 

Art Review (Trade), M 4,500 

Auto Review (Autom.), M 3,500 

Bookkeepers Bulletin, M 5,200 

Brooks Magaz. Syndicate (Lit.), M.. 100,000 

Builder, M 8,000 

Bulletin of Commerce (Agri.), W . . . 18,000 
Butchers' and Packers' Gazette, M.. . 40,000 

Carondelet News (Ind.), W 2,000 

Censor (Lit.), W 32,000 

Central Law Journal, W 4,000 

Clinical Reporter (Med.) , M 3,500 

Clinique (Med.), M 5,000 

Colman's Rural World (Agri.), W... 50,000 

Commercial Review (Com.), W 8,400 

Courier of Medicine (Med.), M 4,000 

Dry Goods Man, W 4,000 

Electrical Worker, M 3,100 

Farm Machinery (Mech.) 10,579 

Farm Progress (Agri.), M 21 9,793 

Finance, M 4,100 

Force (Educ), M 4,000 

Furniture News, M 4,500 

Globe-Democrat (Rep.), morn 119,598 

Globe-Democrat (Rep.), Sun 184,663 

Globe-Democrat (Rep.), S-W 107,111 

Home and Family (Lit. Home), M. . 

Horse Show Monthly 6,000 

Hotel Reporter, morn., ex. Sun 3,000 

Humorist (Hum.), Thurs 15,000 

lUus. Home Journal (Lit.), M 32,222 



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Missouri — Continued 

ST. LOUIS— Continued. 

International Musician (Trade) 30,000 

Interstate Grocer (Trade), W 5,1 30 

Interstate Medical Journal, M 14,000 

Investor (Finance), W 2,500 

Journal of Agriculture, W 35,000 

Kunkel's Musical Review, Quar. . . . 35,000 

Labor Compendium, W 24,500 

Laryngoscope (Med.), M 2,714 

Listy(Ind. Boh.),W 4,000 

Lumberman (Trade), M 5,100 

Masonic Constellation (Mas.), M 3,900 

Medical Brief , M 42,000 

Medical Era, M 11,500 

Medical Fortnightly, M 1 0,000 

Medical Review (Med.) , W 5,000 

Medical jand Surgical Journal, M. . . . 5,500 

Mercant / e Adjuster (Com.) , M 8,000 

Meyer Brothers' Druggist, M 7,200 

Mirror (Lit.), W 67,482 

Mississippi Bl abetter (Ger.), Sun. ed. 

of WestlichePostandAnzeiger... 69,700 
Missouri Freemason (Masonic), W. . 2,200 
Missouri State Republican (Rep.), 

W 5,000 

Modern Miller (Milling), W 3,500 

Money Maker (Fin. Ind.), B-M 21,000 

National Druggist, M 8,000 

National Farmer and Stock Grower 

(Agri.) 104,355 

New Southwest (Immigr.), M 10,000 

Orff' s Farm and Poultry Review 

(Agri.),M 98,000 

Overseer (A. O. U. W.), M 23,400 

Picket Guard (Ind. Negro), W 1,050 

Post-Dispatch (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. . 1 59,26 I 

Post-Dispatch (Ind.), Sun. 249,232 

Progressive Printer, M 5,000 

Przewodnik Polski, W 12,000 

Railroad Telegrapher (Lab.), M 35,000 

Railway Journal, M 4,000 

Record (Legal), morn., ex. Sun 1,150 

Regular Medical Visitor, M 3,000 

Republic (Dem.),morn 87,914 

Republic (Dem.), Sun 152,264 









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Missouri — Continued 

ST. LOUIS— Continued. 

Republic (Dem.), S-W 102,675 

St. Louis and Canadian Photo 

(Photo), M 2,750 

St. Louis Hospital Bulletin (Med.), 

M 10,000 

St. Louis Labor (Socialist), W. . . . 7,000 
St. Louis Daily News (Loc), morn. . 12,000 

St. Louis News (Loc), W 40,000 

Shoe and Leather Gazette (Trade), 

W 4,000 

Sporting Goods Dealer (Trade) , M . . 15,000 

Sporting News (Sport), W 61,420 

Sportsman (Sports), W 13,000 

Squib (Lit.), W 8,000 

Star-Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 73,029 

Star (Rep.), S-W 154,723 

Stoves and Hardware Reporter 

(Trade), W 7,112 

T. P. A. News-Letter (Com.), M 22,000 

Trackman Advance Advocate 

(Labor), M 25,000 

Trade Review, M 18,000 

Travel (111.), M 28,000 

Valley Magazine 125,000 

Waterways Journal (River News), 

W 2,300 

Western Insurance Review, M 2,500 

Westliche Post (Ger. Rep.) , morn . . . 35,400 
Westhche Post (Ger. Rep.), Daily 

Country Edition 44,120 

Woman's Farm Journal (Farm, and 

Agri.),M 624,762 

Woman's Home Monthly (Fam.), M. 15,000 
Woman's Magazine (Fam.), M. . . . 1,585,273 
Woman's National Daily (Ind.),. . 1,000,000 
Word and Works (Scientific and 

Fam.),M 45,000 

World (Dem.), morn 53,000 



SALISBURY— Pop. 1,847 — Chariton Co. 
—Pop. 26,826. 

Democrat (Ind.), W 1,340 

Press-Spectator (Dem.), W 1,600 





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Missouri— Continued 

SAVANNAH— Pop. 1,886— Andrew Co.— 
Pop. 17,332. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Reporter (Rep.), W 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,370 

SEDALIA— Pop. 15,600 — Pettis Co. — Pop. 

32 438 

Bazoo (Dem.), W 1,300 

Capital (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 2,175 

Capital (Rep.), Sun 2,225 

Capital (Rep.), W 2,300 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat 2,400 

Democrat (Dem.), Sun 2,700 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,400 

Journal (Ger. Rep.), W 1,100 

Ruralist (Agri.), W 5,250 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat. and 

Sun 2,617 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,600 

Times (Rep. Negro), W 1,500 

SHELBINA— Pop. 1,733— Shelby Co.— Pop. 
16,167. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Torchlight (Dem.), W 1,800 

SHELBYVILLE— Pop. 777— Shelby Co.— 
Pop. 16,167. 

Guard (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,400 

SIKESTON— Pop. 1,077— Scott Co.— Pop. 
13,092. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,100 

Herald (Dem.), W. 1,800 

SPRINGFIELD— Pop. 23,700— Greene Co. 
—Pop. 52,713. 

Express (Dem.), W 1,320 

Leader (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,000 

Leader (Dem.), Sun 6,500 

Leader (Dem.), W 3,800 

Missouri Presse (Ger.), W 1,200 







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SPRINGFIELD— Continued. 

Practical Fruit Grower (Hort.) , S-M. 7,000 

Republican (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon.. 5,800 

Republican (Rep.), Sun 5,850 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,250 

Sunday Tradesma-n (Ind.), Sun 3,000 

Triple Link (O. F.) , S-M 6,000 

TARKIO— Pop. 1,901— Atchison Co.— Pop. 
16,501. 

Avalanche (Rep.), W 1,100 

Independent (Dem.) , W 1 ,300 

TRENTON— Pop. 5,396— Grundy Co.— Pop. 
17,832. 

Republican-Tribune (Rep.), W 2,400 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

Times (Dem), W 1,500 

TROY— Pop. 1,153— Lincoln Co. — Pop. 
18,352. 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,050 

Mo. School Journal (Edu.) , M 4,200 

UNIONVILLE— Pop. 2,050— Putnam Co.— 
Pop. 16,688. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,100 

Pantagraph (Rep.), W 1,700 

RepubHcan (Rep.), W 3,300 



VERSAILLES— Pop. 1,240— Morgan Co.— 
Pop. 12,175. 

Democrat (Dem), W 1,100 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,500 

Statesman (Rep.), W 1,200 

WARRENSBURG— Pop. 4,724— Johnson Co. 
—Pop. 27,843. 

Journal-Democrat (Dem.), W 2,250 

Standard-Herald (Rep.) , W 2, 150 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 

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WARRENTON— Pop. 770— Warren Co.— 
Pop. 9,919. 

Banner (Rep.) 1,200 

Volksfreund (Ger. Rep.) , W 1,250 

WARSAW— Pop. 743— Benton Co.— Pop. 
16,556. 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,050 

Times (Rep.), W 1,100 

WASHINGTON— Pop. 3,015— Franklin Co. 
—Pop. 30,581. 

Observer (Dem.), W 2,000 

Post (Ger. Rep.), W 980 

WEBB CITY— Pop. 9,201— Jasper Co.— 
Pop. 84,018. 

Register (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,050 

Sentinel (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,060 

WESTON— Pop. 1,019— Platte Co.— Pop. 

16,193. 
. Chronicle (Dem.), W 2,000 

WEST PLAINE— Pop. 2,902— Howell Co.— 
Pop. 21,834. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,250 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,500 

News (Rep.), W 1,200 

WINDSOR— Pop. 1,502— Henry Co.— Pop- 
28,054. 
Review (Dem.), W 1,600 



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Population, 277,104. 

ANACONDA— Pop. 9,453— Deer Lodge Co. 
—Pop. 17,393. 

Standard (Dem.), morn 10,750 

Standard (Dem.), Sun 14,017 



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BILLINGS— Pop. 3,221— Yellowstone Co.— 
Pop. 6,212. 

Gazette (Rep.), S-W 1,100 

Times (Dem.), S-W 1,300 

BOZEMAN— Pop. 3,419— Gallatin Co.— 
Pop. 9,553. 

Avant Courier (Rep.), W 1,040 

Chronicle (Dem.), W 1,020 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

BUTTE CITY— Pop. 36,200— Silver Bow Co. 
—Pop. 47,635. 
Inter-Mountain (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 12,000 

Inter-Mountain (Rep.), S-W 6,000 

Miner (Dem.), morn 9,400 

Miner (Dem.), W 2,500 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 7,800 

Reveille (Ind.), W 5,700 

Tribune Review (Rep.) , W 2,200 

GREAT FALLS— Pop. 18,300— Cascade Co. 
—Pop. 25,777. 

Leader (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,600 

Leader (Rep.), W 2,000 

Montana Herold (Ind. Ger.) , W 900 

Rocky Mountain Husbandman 

(Agri.),W 5,900 

Tribune (Dem,), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 4,360 

Tribune (Dem.), W 2,330 

HAMILTON— Pop. 1,257— Ravalli Co.— 
Pop. 7,822. 

Ravalli Republican (Rep.), W 1,650 

Western News (Dem.), W 1,200 

HELENA— Pop. 13,800— Lewis & Clarke Co. 

—Pop. 19,171. 

Independent (Dem.), morn 6,300 

Independent (Dem.), Sun 6,600 

Independent (Dem.), S-W 4,300 

Montana Staats Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), 

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Montana— Continued 

HELENA— Continued. 

Montana Stockman and Farmer 

(Agri.),S-M 8,200 

Record (Rep.), morn., and eve 10,130 

Record (Rep.), W 4,700 

LEWISTON— Pop. 1,096— Fergus Co.— Pop. 
6,937. 

Argus (Rep.), W 1,650 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

LIVINGSTON— Pop. 2,778— Park Co.— Pop. 
7,341. 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,150 

Post (Dem.), W 1,180 

MISSOULA— Pop. 4,366— Missoula Co.— 
Pop. 13,964. 

Democrat Messenger (Dem.), D . . . . 2,500 

Journal (Dem.), S-W 1,000 

Missoulian (Rep.), every morn .4,838 

Missoulian (Rep.), Sun 6,400 

Missoulian (Rep.), S-W 3,450 

PHILLIPSBURG— Pop. 995— Granite Co.— 
Pop. 4,328. 

Call (Dem.), W 1,260 

Mail (Rep), W 1,300 

RED LODGE— Pop. 2,152— Carbon Co.— 
Pop. 7,533. 

Chronicle (Dem.), W 1,000 

Picket (Rep.), W 1,300 

TEVENSVILLE— Pop. 346— Ravalli Co.— 
Pop. 7,822. 

I. O. G. T. News (Prohib.), M 1,500 

North West Tribune (Ind.) , W 1 ,200 

Register (Rep.), W 1,200 

VIRGINIA CITY— Pop. 568— Madison Co.— 
Pop. 7,659. 

Alder-Gulch-Times (Rep.) , W 1 ,200 

Madisonian (Dem.), W 1,050 



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Population 1,098,539. 

ALBION— Pop. 1,269— Boone Co.— Pop. 
11,689. 
Argus (Ind.), W 1,000 

News (Rep.), W 1,400 

AUBURN— Pop. 2,664— Nemaha Co.— Pop. 
14,952. 

Granger (Ind.), W 1,250 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,000 

Westlicher Beobachter (Ind. Ger.) ... 1 ,250 

BEATRICE— Pop. 7,875— Gage Co.— Pop. 
30,051. 

Express (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Express (Rep.), S-W 1,800 

Gage County Democrat (Dem.), W. 1,100 

Nebraska Post (Ind.), W 1,300 

Sun (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon 1,400 

Sun (Ind.), Sun 1,400 

Times (Rep.), W '. 1,800 

BEAVER CITY— Pop. 911— Furnas Co.— 
Pop. 12,373. 
Times-Tribune (Rep.), W 1,100 

BLAIR— Pop. 2,970— Washington Co.— Pop. 
13,086. 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,050 

Danskeren (Danish), S-W 7.000 

Pilot (Rep.), S-W 2,172 

Republican (Ind.), W 1,108 

BLUE SPRINGS— Pop. 786— Gage Co.— 
Pop. 30,051. 
Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,300 

BROKEN BOW— Pop. 1,375— Custer Co.— 
Pop. 19,758. 

Chief (Ind.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,350 









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CALLAWAY— Pop. 406— Custer Co.— Pop. 
19,758. 
Tribune (Dem.), - 2,500 

CENTRAL CITY— Pop. 1,571— Merrick Co. 
—Pop. 9,255. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,260 

Nonpareil (Rep.), W 1,050 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

CLAY CENTER— Pop. 590— Clay Co.— Pop. 
15,735. 

Clay Co. Patriot (Ind.), W 1,100 

Poultry Gazette (Poult.), M 25,000 

COLUMBUS— Pop. 3,522— Platte Co.— Pop. 
17,747. 

Argus (Dem.), W 1,000 

Biene (Ger. Ind.), W 1,100 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,050 

Telegram (Dem.), W 1,230 

FAIRBURY— Pop. 3,140— Jefferson Co.— 
Pop. 15,196. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,040 

Journal (Pop.), W 1,080 

News (Dem.), S-W 1,750 

FALLS CITY— Pop. 3.022— Richardson Co. 
—Pop. 19,614. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,100 

News (Dem.), W 1,050 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

FREMONT— Pop. 7,241— Dodge Co.— Pop. 

22 298 

Herald Leader (Dem.), T-W 1,200 

Platte River Zeitung (Ger. Detn.), 

W 5,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,550 

Tribune (Rep.), T-W 2,000 

GENEVA— Pop. 1,534— Fillmore Co.— Pop. 
15,087. 

Gazette (Ind.), W 2,100 

Signal (Rep.), W 2,200 





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GRAND ISLAND— Pop. 7,554— HaU Co.— 

Pop. 17,206. 
Anzeiger und Herold (Ger. Ind. 

Dem.),W 2,600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Free Press (Pop.), W 1,420 

Independent (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. 1,500 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,300 

HASTINGS— Pop. 7,184— Adams Co.— Pop. 
18,840. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,750 

News (Ind.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 1,800 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

Tribune (Rep.), W 3,350 

HOLDREDGE— Pop. 3,007— Phelps Co.— 
Pop. 10,772. 

Citizen Forum (Rep.), W 1,300 

Progress (Ind.), W 1,550 

HUMBOLDT— Pop. 1,218— Richardson Co. 
—Pop. 19,614. 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,150 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,010 

Standard (Dem.), W. 1,000 

KEARNEY— Pop. 5,634— Buffalo Co.— Pop. 
20,254. 

Democrat (Ind. Dem.), 1,100 

Hub (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 800 

Hub (Rep.), W 1,100 

LINCOLN— Pop. 46,300— Lancaster Co.— 

Pop. 64,835. 

Commoner (Dem.), W 145,000 

Dairyman, M 4,000 

Deutsch Amerikanischer Farmer 

(Agri. and Fam.), W 145,739 

Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.), W 145,678 

Midwest (Agri.), M 4,600 

Nebraska Farmer (Agri.), W 24,000 







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LINCOLN— Continued. 

Nebraska Farm Journal (Agri.) , M. . 12,000 
Nebraska Independent (Ind. Dem.), 

W 25,500 

Nebraska Legal News 1,360 

Nebraska Teacher (Edu.), M 5,900 

Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,970 

Post (Dem.), W 5,200 

Poultry Topics, M 10,000 

Protector (Frat.), M 5,000 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 16,504 

State Democrat (Dem.), W 7,000 

State Journal and News (Rep.), 

morn, and eve.., 28,000 

State Journal (Rep.), Sun 14,700 

State Journal (Rep.), W 26,000 

Svenska Tribune (Swedish Liberal), 

W 1,700 

Western Med. Review, M 2,000 

Western Swine Breeder, M 9,400 

NEBRASKA CITY— Pop. 7,380— Otoe Co.— 
Pop. 22,288. 
Nebraska Staats Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), 

W 1,100 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

News (Dem.), S-W 5,600 

Press (Rep.), morn., ex. Men 1,300 

Press (Rep.), S-W 2,400 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,500 

Weekly (Rep.), S-W 4,600 

NORFOLK — Pop. 3,883 — Madison Co.— 
Pop. 16,976. 

Anzeiger (Ger. Ind. Dem.), W 864 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,450 

News (Rep.), S-W 2,000 

Times-Tribune (Free Silver) , W . . . . 2,450 



NORTH PLATTE— Pop. 3,640— Lincoln Co. 
—Pop. 11,416. 

Independent Era (Ind.), W 1,020 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 140 







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Westliche Presse (Ind. Ger.), W. . . . 10,000 




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RED CLOUD— Pop. 1,554— Webster Co.— 
Pop. 11,619. 

Argus (Rep.), W 1,200 

Chief (Rep.), W 1,610 

Nation (Ind.),W 1,540 

ST. PAUL— Pop. 1,475— Howard Co.— Pop. 
10,343. 

Phonograph Press (Pop.), W 1,050 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

SEWARD— Pop. 1,970— Seward Co.— Pop. 
15,690. 

Blue Valley Blade (Rep.) , W 1 ,2 10 

Farmer Zeitung (Ind. Ger.) , W 1 ,000 

Independent Democrat (Dem.), W... 1,320 

SOUTH OMAHA— Pop. 26,001— Douglas Co. 

—Pop. 140,590. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. ... 2,150 
Drovers' Journal Stockman (Ijve 

Stock), eve., ex. Sun 15,000 

SUPERIOR— Pop. 1,577— Nuckolls Co.— 
Pop. 12,414. 

Express (Dem.), W 1,100 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,150 

Philatelic West, M 15,000 

TECUMSEH— Pop. 2,005— Johnson Co.— 
Pop. 11,197. 

Chieftain (Rep.), W 1,400 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,240 

Tribunal (Ind.), W 1,450 

TEKAMAH— Pop. 1,597— Burt Co.— Pop. 
13,040. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,020 

Journal (Rep.j,W 1,340 

WAYNE— Pop. 2,119— Wayne Co.— Pop. 
9,862. 
Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 





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WAYNE— Continued. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,170 

Republican (Rep.) , W 1 ,020 

WESTPOINT— Pop. 1,890— €uming Co.— 
Pop. 14,584. 

Democrat (Dem.), W I,f00 

Republican (Rep.), W 4,476 

Volksblatt (Ger. Ind.), W 1,075 

WYMORE— Pop. 2,626— Gage Co.— Pop. 
30,051. 

Arbor State (Farm.), W . 1 ,800 

Wymorean(Rep.),W 1,500 

YORK— Pop. 5,132— York Co.— Pop. 18,205. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1 ,350 

Teller Democrat (Dem.) , W 1 ,650 



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Population 42,335. 

CARSON CITY— Pop. 2,100— Ormsby Co.— 
Pop. 2,893. 
Monday Weekly (Rep.), W 1,000 

GOLDFIELD— Pop. 1,700— Esmeralda Co. 
—Pop. 2,870. 
News (Ind.), W 2,500 

RENO— Pop. 4,500— Washoe Co.— Pop 9,141 . 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,650 

Gazette and Stockman (Rep.), W. .. 2,450 
Journal (Dem.) , morn,, ex. Mon 2, 100 

VIRGINIA CITY— Pop. 2,695— Storey Co. 

—Pop. 3,673. 

Chronicle (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

Chronicle (Dem.), W 1,300 

Report (Dem.) , eve. , ex. Sun 1 ,000 

Territorial Enterprise (Rep.), morn., 

ex. Mon 1,000 

WELLS— Pop. 440— Elko Co.— Pop. 5,688. 
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Population 422,109. 

BERLIN — Pop. 8,886 — Coos Co. — Pop. 
29,468. 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,800 

Reporter (Ind.), W 2,050 

BRISTOI^-Pop. 1,600— Crafton Co.— Pop. 
40,844. 
Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,600 

CLAREMONT— Pop. 6,948— SuUivan Co.— 
Pop. 18,009. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,800 

National Eagle (Rep.), W . 1,280 

CONCORD— Pop. 20,500— Merrimac Co.— 
Pop. 52,430. 

Granite Monthly (Hist.), M 5,000 

Independent Statesman (Rep.) , W. . . 5,600 

Monitor (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. .'..... 2,650 

N. H. Sanitary Bulletin, Q 5,000 

Patriot (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,200 

Patriot (Dem.), W 5,000 

Popular Odd Fellow (Frat.), F 1,700 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

DERRY— Pop. 3,583— Rockingham Co.— 
Pop. 51,118. 

News (Ind.), W 2,400 

Times (Ind.), W 1,480 

DOVER— Pop. 13,207— Stafford Co.— Pop. 
39,337. 

Democrat (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,300 

Democrat (Rep.), W 1,750 

EXETER— Pop. 4,922— Rockingham Co.— 
Pop. 51,118. 
News Letter (Rep.), W 2,800 

FARMINGTON— Pop. 2,265— Stafford Co 
—Pop. 39,337. 
News (Ind.), W 1,300 





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New Hampshire— Continued 

HANOVER— Pop. 1,884— Grafton Co.— Pop. 
40,844. 

Dartmouth (Edu.), W 1,500 

Gazette (Ind.), W 1,450 

HILLSBORO— Pop. 2,254— Hillsboro Co.— 
Pop. 112,640. 
Messenger Courier (Ind.), W 1,200 

KEENE— Pop. 9,165— Cheshire Co.— Pop. 
31 321 

Republican (Dem.), W 2,100 

Sentinel (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Sentinel (Rep.), W. 3,700 

LACONIA— Pop. 8,042 — Belknap Co. — 
Pop. 19,526. 
Independent (Democrat Ind.), W.... 3,000 
News and Critic (Rep.), W 3,150 

LANCASTER— Pop. 3,190— Coos Co.— Pop. 
29,468. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,840 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,650 

LEBANON— Pop. 4,965— Crafton Co.— Pop. 
40,844. 
Free Press (Rep.), W 1,540 

LITTLETON— Pop. 4,066— Crafton Co.— 
Pop. 40,844. 

Courier (Ind.), W 3,300 

Republic Journal (Loc), W 3,500 

MANCHESTER— Pop. 61,000— Hillsboro Co. 

—Pop. 112,640. 

Advertiser (Ind.) , W 3,550 

L'Avenir National (Ind. Fr.), eve., 

ex. Sun 2,900 

Le Canado Americain (Ind. Fr.), W. 5,500 
Mirror and American (Rep.) , eve., ex. 

Sun 9,200 

Mirror and Farmer (Rep.), W 36,000 

N. H. Farmer (Agri.), W 6,200 







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New Hampshire— Continued 

MANCHESTER— Continued. 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 6,650 

Union (Dem.), morn, and eve., ex. 

Sun 16,713 

MILFORD— Pop. 3,739— Hillsboro Co.— 
Pop. 112,640. 

Milford Cabinet (Rep.) , S-W 2,000 

NASHUA— Pop. 25,500— Hillsboro Co.— 
Pop. 112,640. 

Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,350 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,300 

Telegraph (Rep.), W 1,300 

NEWPORT— Pop. 3,126— Sullivan Co.— 
Pop. 18,009. 

Argus and Spectator (Dem.), W 1,600 

Champion (Rep.), W 1,220 

PORTSMOUTH— Pop. 10,900— Rockingham 
Co.— Pop. 51,118. 

Chronicle (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 3', 600 

Gazette and Journal (Rep.), W 2,600 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,850 

States and Uniork (Dem.), weekly- 
edition of Times 3,800 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4,250 

*v.OCHESTER— Pop. 8,466— Strafford Co.— 
Pop. 39,337. ^ 

Courier (Rep.), W 2,500 

Record (Ind.), W 1,300 

SALMON FALLS— Pop. 1,701— Strafford Co. 
—Pop. 39,337. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,500 

SOMERSWORTH - Pop. 7,023 — Strafford 
Co.— Pop. 39,337. 

Free Press (Rep.), W 2,300 

SUNCOOK— Pop. 3,183— Merrimack Co.— 
Pop. 52,430. 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,480 





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New^ Hampshire— Continued 

WEST DERRY— Pop. 3,583— Rockingham 
Co.— Pop. 51,118. 

Derry Enterprise (Ind.), W 1 ,794 

Derry News (Loc), W 2,500 

Magnet (Lit.), M 107,683 

WOLFBORO— Pop. 2,390— Carroll Co.— 
Pop. 16,895. 

News (Rep.), W 1,450 

WOODS VILLE— Pop. 1,809— Crafton Co.— 
Pop. 40,844. 

News (Rep.), W 1,295 

New Jersey- 
Population 2,137,766. 

ARLINGTON— Pop. 820— Hudson Co.— 
Pop. 386,048. 

Observer (Ind. Rep.), W 1,700 

ASBURY PARK— Pop. 4,148— Monmouth 

Co.— Pop. 82,057. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Journal (Rep.) , W 1 ,300 

Press (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4,300 

Shore Press (Ind.), weekly edition 

Press 1,100 

ATLANTIC CITY— Pop. 37,600— Atlantic 
Co. 
Atlantic Review (Rep.) , morn., ex. 

Sun 2,400 

Atlantic Review (Rep.) , W 1 ,000 

Freie Presse (Ger. Dem.), W 800 

Guide (Ind.), W 2,000 

Press (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 5,900 

Sunday Gazette (Rep.), W 3,250 

Times Democrat (Ind.),W 1,550 

Union (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,150 

BAYONNE— Pop. 37,000— Hudson Co.— 

Pop. 386,048. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,600 

Times and Standard (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,700 



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New Jersey — Continued 

BEVERLY— Pop. 1,950— Burlington Co.— 
Pop. 58,241. 
Banner (Ind.), W 1,300 

BLOOMFIELD— Pop. 9,668— Essex Co.— 
Pop. 359,053. 
Citizen (Ind.), W 1,800 

BORDEXTOWN— Pop. 4,1 10— Burlington 
Co.— Pop. 58,241. 
Register (Ind.), W 1,220 

BOUND BROOK— Pop. 2,622— Somerset 
Co.— Pop. 32,948. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,100 

Somerset Bote (Ind. Ger.j, W 1,000 

State Center Record (Dem.), W 1,200 

BRIDGETON — Pop. 14,700 — Cumberland 
Co.— Pop. 51,193. 

Chronicle (Dem.), W 1,200 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,450 

News (Rep.), W 1,660 

Patriot (Dem.), W., 1,050 

Pioneer (Rep.), eve.*, ex. Sun 2,400 

Pioneer (Rep.), W 1,000 

BURLINGTON — Pop. 7,392 — Burlington 
Co.— Pop. 58,241. 
Enterprise (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 4,300 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,600 

Gazette (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,000 

CAMDEN— Pop. 83,000— Camden Co.— Pop. 
121,155. 

Camden Co. Journal (Ind. Ger.), W . 6,000 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 9,371 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,200 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Musical Enterprise (Music), M 6,000 

Outlook (Fam.), W .' 15,000 

Plaindealer (Dem.), W 1,050 

Post Telegram (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 6,500 

Review (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

West Jersey Press (Rep ), W 1,500 












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CAPE MAY— Pop. 2,257— Cape May Co.— 
Pop. 13,201. 

Star of the Cape (Rep.) , W 1 ,300 

Wave (Ind. Rep.), W 1,250 

DOVER— Pop. 5,938 — Morris Co. — Pop. 
65,156. 

Advance (Ind.), S-W 1,250 

Index (Dem.),W 4,200 

Iron Era (Rep.), W • 2,350 

EAST ORANGE— Pop. 21,506— Essex Co.— 
Pop. 359,053. 
Gazette (Rep.), W 1,250 

EGG HARBOR CITY— Pop. 1,808— Atlantic 
Co.— Pop. 46,402. 

Beobachter (Ger. Dem.) , W 600 

Deutscher Herold (Ger. Rep.), W. . . 800 
Egg Harbor Pilot (Ger. Rep.) , W . . . 475 

ELIZABETH— Pop. 56,500— Union Co.— 
Pop. 99,353. 

Freie Presse (Ger. Dem.) , W 1 ,450 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun . 6,400 

Leader (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 8,000 

Record (Ind.), W 2,450 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,000 

ELMER — Pop. 1,140 — Salem Co. — Pop. 
25,530. 
Times (Ind.), W 2,130 

ENGLEWOOD— Pop. 6,253— Bergen Co.— 
Pop. 78,441. 

Press (Rep.), W 1,900 

Times (Dem.), W 2,000 

FLEMINGTON— Pop. 2,060— Hunterdon Co. 

—Pop. 34,507. 
Democrat-Advertiser (Dem.) , W . . . 1 ,600 
Republican (Rep.), W 1,140 







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New Jersey — Continued 

FREEHOLD— Pop. 2,934— Monmouth Co. 
—Pop. 82,057. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,040 

Inquirer (Rep.), W 1,200 

Transcript (Dem.), W 2,030 

HACKENSACK— Pop. 9,443— Bergen Co.— 
Pop. 78,441. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,780 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,600 

Republican (Rep.), W .' 1,800 

HACKETTSTOWN — Pop. 2,474 — Warren 
Co.— Pop. 37,781. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

HADDONFIELD— Pop. 2,776— Camden Co. 
—Pop. 107,643. 

Haddon Gazette (Rep.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Ind. Rep.), W 2,000 

HARRISON— Pop. 10,596— Hudson Co.— 
Pop. 386,048. 
Kearney Record (Ind. Dem.), W.. . . 2,750 

HOBOKEN— Pop. 64,100— Hudson Co.— 

Pop. 449,879. 

Demokrat (Ind. Ger.) 2,500 

Deutscher Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.), W . . 2,000 

Inquirer (Ind.), W 5,000 

Neue Zeitung (Dem. Ger.) , S-W .... 1,050 

Observer (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 25,000 

Rundschau (Ger. Ind.) , W 3,400 

Wacht am Hudson (Ger. Ind.), eve., 

ex. Sun 5,000 

JERSEY CITY— Pop. 219,500— Hudson Co. 
—Pop. 386,048. 

Appeal (Rep. Col.), W 3,000 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 4,300 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Jersey City Weekly (Rep.) 2,000 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 23,035 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 7,900 

New Jersey Staats Zeitung (Dem. 

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New^ Jersey— Continued 

KEARNEY— Pop. 10,896— Hudson Co.— 
Pop. 386,048. 
W. Hudson Press (Rep.), W 1,850 

LAKEWOOD— Pop. 3,094— Ocean Co.— Pop. 
19,747. 

Citizen (Rep. Ind.), W 1,260 

Times and Journal (Rep.), W 1,700 

LONG BRANCH— Pop. 8,872— Monmouth 
Co.— Pop. 82,057. 

News (Dem.), W 1,050 

Press (Dem.), W 1,200 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,200 

Record (Ind.), W 2,800 

METUCHEN— Pop. 1 ,786— Middlesex Co.— 
Pop. 79,762. 
Inquirer (Ind.), W 1,900 

MILLVILLE — Pop. 10,583 — Cumberland 
Co.— Pop. 51,193. 
Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,280 

MONTCLAIR— Pop. 13,962— Essex Co.— 
Pop. 359,053. 

Herald (Ind. Rep.), W 2,600 

Times (Rep.), W 1,050 

MOORESTOWN — Pop. 3,600 — Burlington 
Co.— Pop. 58,241. 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 1,050 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

MORRISTOWN — Pop. 12,200 — Morris Co. 
—Pop. 65,156. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,340 

Express (Dem.), W 2,250 

Jerseyman (Rep.), W 1,520 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

True Democratic Banner (Dem.),W. 1,250 

MT. HOLLY — Pop. 6,000 — Burlington Co. 
—Pop. 58,241. 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,280 

Mirror (Rep.), W 2,500 

News (Rep.), W 2,100 







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New Jersey — Continued 

NEWARK — Pop. 265,500 — Essex Co. — 
Pop. 409,628. 
Advertiser (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 26,156 

Erzaehler (Ger. Ind. Rep.), Sun 11,143 

Freie Zeitung (Ger. Rep.), morn. . . . 6,855 

Freie Zeitung (Ger. Rep.), W 2,550 

Frusta (Rep. Ital.), W 3,600 

Montagua (It. Rep.), W 3,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 60,000 

N. J. Trade Review, S-M 2,150 

Pionier (Ger. Ind.) 1,700 

Railroad Employe, M ' 12,500 

Sentinel of Freedom (Ind.), weekly- 
edition of Advertiser 2,500 

Sunday Call (Ind.), 32,000 

Town Talk (Ind.), W 10,000 



NEW Brunswick:— Pop. 20,500 — Mid- 
dlesex Co.— Pop. 79,762. 

Home News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,500 

Home News (Ind.), W 1,220 

Press (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,000 

Press (Rep.), W 1,300 

Red Cross Notes (Med, and Surg.), 

M 50,000 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

Times (Dem.),W 1,320 



NEW ORANGE — Pop. 500 — Union Co. — 
Pop. 99,353. 
New Jersey Enterprise (Ind.), W . . . 3,640 
New Orange Monthly (Coll.) , 1 ,200 

NEWTON — Pop. 4,376 — Sussex Co. — Pop. 
24,134. 

Herald (Dem.). W 1,520 

Record (Ind.), W 1,940 

Register (Rep.), W 1,600 

OCEAN GROVE — Pop. 2,754 — Monmouth 
Co. — Pop. 82,057. 

Editor (Prohib.), M 10,000 

Times (Rep.), W 1,600 



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ORANGE — Pop. 25,800 — Essex Co. — Pop. 
359 053 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,100 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 2,500 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,550 

Volksbote (Dem. Ger.), W 1,000 

PASSAIC — Pop. 32,500 — Passaic Co. — 
Pop. 155,202. 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 1,900 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,000 

Item (Ind.), W 1,600 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,650 

Record (Rep.), W 2,463 

Wochenblatt (Ger. ),W 1,000 

PATERSON — Pop. 113,300 — Passaic Co. 
—Pop. 155,202. 

Call (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 8,400 

Guardian (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 9,500 

National Labor Standard, W 7,600 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 8,600 

Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,000 

Sunday Chronicle (Ind.), Sun 3,640 

Volksfreund (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun - l,50o 

PERTH AMBOY — Pop. 20,200 — Middle- 
sex Co. — Pop. 79,762. 

Chronicle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

Democrat (Dem.), W ; 5 i 

Folkeblad (Dan.-Nor.) , W 1 . 1 00 

Herald (Local), eve., ex. Sum . . ],900 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,100 

PHILLIPSBURG — Pop. 12,000 — Warren 
Co.— Pop. 37,781. 

Patriot (Society), S-M 1,000 

Post (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,450 

PLAINFIELD— Pop. 20,400 — Union Co. 
—Pop. 99,353. 
Courier-News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . 2,600 
Press (Ind.), eve., ex.' Sun 2,850 





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PLEASANT VILLE — Pop. 2,182 — Atlantic 
Co.— Pop. 46,402. 
Press (Rep.), W 1,700 

PRINCETON — Pop. 4,854 — Mercer Co. — 
Pop. 95,365. 

Alumni Weekly (Coll.), W 2,000 

Press (Rep.), W 1,000 

Signal-Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,000 

RAHWAY — Pop. 7,935 — Union Co. — Pop. 
99 353. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,150 

Union Democrat (Dem.), W 1,230 

RED BANK — Pop. 5,428 — Monmouth Co. 
—Pop. 82,057. 

Mail and Express (Rep. Negro) 1 ,000 

Register (Ind. Rep.), W 3,000 

Standard (Ind.), W 2,300 

SALEM — Pop. 5,811 — Salem Co. — Pop. 
25,530. 

National Standard (Rep.), W 1,280 

South Jerseyman (Rep.), W 2,800 

Sunbeam (Dem.), W 1,800 

Wage Earner (Lab.), W 2,800 

SOMERVILLE — Pop 4,843 — Somerset Co. 
—Pop. 32,948. 

. Jersey Knight (K. of P.), M 2,100 

Messenger (Dem.), W 1,450 

Royal Craftsman (Masonic), M 1,900 

Somerset Democrat (Dem.), W 2,200 

Unionist Gazette (Rep.), W 1,800 

Somerset Democrat (Dem.), W 2,200 

Unionist Gazette (Rep.) , W 1 ,800 

SPOTSWOOD — Pop. 1,000 — Middlesex 
Co.— Pop. 97,036. 
Beauty & Health (Phys. Cult.), M . . 75,000 
Physical Culture, M 175,000 

SUSSEX — Pop. 1,386 — Sussex Co. — Pop. 
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Independent (Ind. Dem.), W 2,500 

Wantage Recorder (Dem.), W 1,450 







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TOM'S RIVER — Pop. 2,000 — Ocean Co. 
—Pop. 19,747. 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,285 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,260 

TRENTON — Pop. 76,800 — Mercer Co. — 

Pop. 95,365. 

Advertiser (Ind.), Sun 13,500 

Arena (Economics), M 25,000 

Courier (Ind.), Sun 2,600 

Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), W.. . . 1 ,000 

Gazette (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 4,600 

Gazette (Rep.) , W 5,600 

Staats Journal (Dem. Ger.), W 1 ,000 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1 8,! 43 

True American (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Sun 5,285 

VINELAND - - Pop. 4,370 — Cumberland Co. 
—Pop. 51,193. 

Independent (Pop.), W 1,560 

.Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,410 

News (Rep.), W 1 ,050 

Times (Rep.), W 1 ,000 

WASHINGTON — Pop. 3,580 — Warren Co. 
Pop. —37,781. 

Star (Dem.), W 3,950 

Warren Tidings (Rep.), W 1,800 

WEEHAWKEN — Pop. 15,200 — Hudson 
Co.— Pop. 386,048. 
American Housekeeper (House), M . 50,000 
Evening Hours (Home), M 150 000 

WESTFIELD — Pop. 4,328 — Union Co. — 
Pop. 99,353. 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,050 

Standard (Ind.), W 1 ,360 

WEST HOBOKEN — Pop. 23,094 — Hudson 
Co. — Pop. 386,048. 
Palisade News (Ind.), W 1,700 











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WOODBURY — Pop. 4,087 — Gloucester Co. 
—Pop. 31,905. 

Constitution (Rep.), W 1,600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,760 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

WOODSTOWN — Pop. 1,371 — Salem Co. — 
Pop. 25,530. 
Monitor-Register (Rep.), W 1 ,260 



New Mexico 

Population 205,819. 

ALBUQUERQUE — Pop. 6,238 —Bernalillo 
Co.— Pop. 28,630. 

Citizen (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 2,100 

Citizen (Rep.), W ' 1,200 

Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 3,200 

CARLSBAD — Pop. 1 ,500 — Eddy Co.— Pop. 
3,229. 

Argus (Ind.), W 1,000 

Current (Dem.), W 1,100 

DEMING — Pop. 1,341 — Luna Co. — Pop. 
12,883. 

Headlight (Dem.), W 1,280 

Herald (Loc.),W 1,000 

LAS CRUCES— Pop. 1,685 — Dona Ana Co. 

—Pop. 10,187. 

Citizen (Ind.), W 1,000 

El Labrador (Ind. Span.), W 1,000 

Southwestern Farm and Orchard 

(Agri.),M.. 2,800 

LAS VEGAS— Pop. 3,552 — San Miguel Co. 
Pop. 22,053. 

Optic (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Optic and Stock Grower, W 2,650 

Record (Rep.), eve,, ex. Sun 1,250 

Yoz del Pueblo (Spanish. Dem.), W. 2,800 





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RATON — Pop. 3,540 — Colfax Co. — Pop. 
10,150. 

Range (Rep.), W 1,100 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,000 

ROSWELL — Pop. 2,006 — Chaves Co. — 
Pop. 4,773. 

Record (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Record (Dem.), W 1,469 

Register (Rep.), W 1,000 

SANTA FE — Pop. 5,603 — Santa Fe Co. — 
Pop. 14,658. 
El Boletin Popular (Dem. Span.), W. 1,230 
New Mexican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . 1,500 
New Mexican Review (Rep), W... . 1,000 
Nuevo Mexicano (Spanish Rep.) , W. 1 ,800 

SILVER CITY — Pop. 2,735 — Grant Co. — 
Pop. 12,883. 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,000 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,100 

TAOS — Pop. 1,225 — Taos Co. — Pop. 
10,889. 

Crescent (Ind. Rep.) 1,000 

La Revista (Ind.), W 1 ,000 



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Population 8,066,672. 

ADAMS — Pop. 1,292 — Jefferson Co.— Pop. 
76,748 
Journal (Ind.), W 1,800 

ADDISON — Pop. 2,080 — Steuben Co. — 
Pop. 82,822. 
Advertiser (Rep.), W 1,750 

AKRON — Pop. 1,492 — Erie Co. — Pop. 
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Herald and Breeze (Ind.) , W 1,550 





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NeiV YorK — Continued 

ALBANY — Pop. 98,400— Albany Co.— Pop. 

165,581. 

Argus (Dem.), morn 16,.325 

Argus (Dem.), Sun 16,325 

Argus (Dem.), S-W 7,640 

American Education, M 4,400 

Ck)untry Gentleman (Agri.), W 21,000 

Freie Blaetter (Ger. Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,000 

Herold (Ger. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 3,000 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 17,412 

Law Journal 2,500 

Medical Annals, M 1,100 

Press (Ind.), Sun 22,450 

Press Knickerbocker and Express 

(Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 23,650 

Sonntags Journal (Ger. Dem.), S. . . . 3,900 

Telegram (Ind.), Sun 40,000 

Times-Union (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. .. 36,307 
Times-Union (Ind.), W 5,000 

ALBION — Pop. 4,477 — Orleans Co. — Pop. 
30,164. 
Free Lance and Herald (Rep.), W.... 1,270 

News (Ind.), W. . . . 1,000 

Orleans American (Rep.), W 1,050 

Republican (Dem.), W 2,150 

ALEXANDRIA BAY — Pop. 1,511 — Jeffer- 
son Co. —Pop. 76,748. 

Thousand Island Daily, eve., ex. 

Sun 1,250 

Thousand Island Sun (Ind.) , W 1 ,600 

AMENIA — Pop. 2,374 — Duchess Co.— Pop. 
81,670. 
Times (Ind.), W 1,200 

AMSTERDAM— Pop. 23, 100— Montgomery 

Co.— Pop. 47,488. 
Recorder-Democrat (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,400 

Recorder-Democrat (Rep.), W 2,700 

Sentinel (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 2,350 
Sentinel (Dem.), Sun 2,500 





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ATTICA — Pop. 1,785 — Wyoming Co. — 
Pop. 30,413. 

News (Ind.), W 1,030 

Wyoming Co. Advocate (Rep.), W. . 1 ,200 

AUBURN — Pop. 31,700 — Cayuga Co. — 
Pop. 66,425. 

Advertiser (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 3,200 

Bulletin (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,984 

Bulletin (Ind.), S-W 1,690 

Citizen (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,400 

Democrat-Argus (Dem .) , S-W 2,000 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,000 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 2,280 

BATAVIA — Pop. 9,180 — Gcnessee Co. — 
Pop. 34,561. 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,700 

Times (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 2,000 

BATH — Pop. 2,504 — Steuben Co. — Pop. 
82 822 

Courier (Rep.), W 3,000 

Farmers' Advocate (Dem.), W 2,600 

Plaindealer (Ind.), W 1,050 

BINGHAMFrON — Pop. 41,100 — Broome 
Co.— Pop. 69,149. 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 12,200 

Press & Leader (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 22,284 
Republican (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. . 10,410 

BOONVILLE — Pop. 1,745 — Oneida Co. - 
Pop. 132,800. 

Herald (Rep.), W 3,500 

Record (Dem.), W -. 1 ,550 

BROCKPORT — Pop. 3,398 — Monroe Co. 
—Pop. 217,854. 

Democrat (Ind.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,250 

BROOKLYN— Kings Co.— Pop. 1,166,-582. 
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New^ York — Continued 

BUFFALO — Pop. 382,000 — Erie Co. — 

Pop. 433,686. 

American Blacksmith, M 25,000 

American Investments and Financial 

Opinion (Finance), M 5,100 

Commercial (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 11,389 

Commercial (Rep.), W I-OOq 

Courier (Dem.), morn 51,302 

Courier (Dem.), Sun 92,743 

Courier (Dem.), W ; . . . 3,000 

Demokrat (Ger. Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 6,100 

Demokrat (Ger Ind. Dem.), Sun. ... 6,100 

Demokrat (Ger. Ind. Dem.), W 3,600 

Deutsches Volksblatt (Ger.), W 9,000 

Echo (Rep. Polish), eve., ex. Sun. . . 3,000 

Educator, M 20,100 

Empire State Workman (Frat.), M . 34,000 

Enquirer (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 30,198 

Every Day Life (Lit.), M 200,000 

Express (Ind. Rep.), morn 35,000 

Express (Ind. Rep.V Sun 60,000 

Fraternal Leader (Frat.), M 86,500 

Freie Presse (Ger. Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 4,650 

Freie Presse (Ger. Rep.), W 3,850 

Gazetter & Guide (Lit.), M 8,000 

Horse World, W 5,600 

International Gazette (Dem.), W . . . 1,400 

Medical Journal, M 1,300 

National Odd Fellows, W 6,800 

News (Rep.), eve 95,742 

News (Rep.), Sun 25,000 

Professional Photographer, M 4,600 

Roller Mill (Milling), M 6,100 

Royal Templar (Temperance) , M . . . 20, 1 00 
Select Knight Journal (Frat.), M . . . . 5,000 

Switchmen's Journal (Frat.), M 12,000 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 48,449 

Times (Dem.), Sun 39,127 

Tribuene (Ger. Rep.), Sun 3,110 

Truth (Ind.), W 12,600 

Volks-Freund (Ger. Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 7,300 

Volks-Freund (Ger. Dem.), W 6,000 







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CANAJOHARIE — Pop. 2,101— Montgom- 
ery Co.— Pop. 47,488. 

Courier (Ind.), W 2,100 

Hay Trade Journal (Trade), W 3,000 

Radii (Ind.), W 1,540 

CANANDAIGUA — Pop. 6,151 — Ontaiio 
Co. —Pop. 49,605. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,940 

Ontario Co. Chronicle (Dem.), W. . . 1,800 
Repository Messenger (Dem.), W. . . 1,780 
Times (Rep.), W 1,948 

CANASTOTA — Pop. 3,030 — Madison Co. 
—Pop. 40,545. 

Bee (Ind.), W 1 ,300 

Courant (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,250 

CANISTEO — Pop. 2,077 — Steuben Co. — 
Pop. 82,822. 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 1,800 

Times-Republican (Rep.), W 2,600 

CANTON — Pop. 2,757 — Lawrence Co. — 
Pop. 89,083. 

Commercial Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,300 

Plaindealer (Rep.), W 2,500 

CARTHAGE — Pop. 2,895 — Jefferson Co. 
—Pop. 76,748. 

Republican (Rep.^, W . 1,850 

Tribune (Rep.), W 3,400 

CATSKILL — Pop. 5,484 — Greene Co. — 
Pop. 31,478. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,550 

Examiner (Rep.), W 1,460 

Recorder (Dem.), W 3,700 

CHAMPLAIN — Pop 1,311 — Clinton Co. 
—Pop. 47,430. 
Counsellor (Rep.), W 4,100 

CHATHAM— Pop. 2,018 — Columbia Co. — 
Pop. 43,211. 

Courier (Ind. Rep.), W 3,880 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,140 







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CHAUTAUQUA — Pop. 300 — Chautauqua 
Co.— Pop. 84,100. 
Chautauquan (Educ), M 50,000 

CHESTER — Pop. 1,250 — Orange Co. — 
Pop. 103,859. 
News (Ind.), W 2,600 

COBLESKILL — Pop. 2,327 — Schoharie 
Co.— Pop. 26,854. 

Index (Dem.), W 3,050 

Times (Rep.), W 2,050 

COHOES — Pop. 23,910 — Albany Co. — 
Pop. 165,571. 

Dispatch (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 7,100 

Free Press (Ind.) , Sun 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . .. 3,200 

COLLEGE POINT — Pop. Queens Co. — 
Pop. 152,999. (See New York City 
Queens.) ' 

COOPERSTOWN — Pop. 2,368 — Otsego 
Co. — Pop. 48,939. 
American Motherhood (Fam.), M. . 25,500 

Freeman's Journal (Dem.), W 1,650 

Otsego Farmer (Agri.), W 5,244 

Otsego Republican (Rep.), W 2,300 

CORNING — Pop. 11,061 — Steuben Co. — 
Pop. 82,822. 

Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,450 

Leader (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,500 

CORTLAND — Pop. 8,590 — Cortland Co. 
—Pop. 27,576. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,300 

Standard (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Standard (Rep.), S-W 2,000 

DANSVILLE — Pop. 3,633 — Livingston Co. 
—Pop. 37,059. 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 1,150 

Breeze (Local), W 1,000 

Express (Dem.), W 1.250 



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Newr York — Continued 

DANS VILLE— Continued. 

Normal Instructor (Edu.), M 125,000 

Primary Plans (Edu.), M 40,000 

Teachers' World (Edu.), M 12,000 

Vicks Magazine (Lit.), M 200,000 

World's Events (Lit.), M 100,000 

DELHI — Pop. 2,078 — Delaware Co. — 
Pop. 46,413. 

Express (Rep.), W 1,550 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,035 

Republican (Rep.) W 1,000 

DEPEW — Pop. 3,379 — Erie Co. — Pop. 
433,686. 
Herald (Ind.), W 1,400 

DEPOSIT — Pop. 2,051 — Bro6me Co. — 
Pop. 69,149. 

Courier (Rep.), W 1.540 

Era Magazine (Lit.), M T . . . . 60,000 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,870 

DOBBS FERRY — Pop. 2,888 — Westches- 
ter Co. — Pop. 183,375. 

News (Dem.), W 1,300 

Register (Rep.), W 1,540 

DUNKIRK — Pop. 12,300 — Chautauqua 
Co.— Pop. 88,314. 
Advertiser and Union (Dem.), W . . . 1,600 

Grape Belt (Ind.), S-W 3,500 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Observer (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. ..... 1,850 

EAST AURORA — Pop. 2,366 — Erie Co. — 
Pop. 433,686. 

Advertiser (Local), W 1,200 

Little Journeys (Lit.), M 65,000 

Philistine (Lit.), M 1 15,000 

ELLENVILLE — Pop. 2,879 — Ulster Co. 
—Pop. 88,422. 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,600 

Press (Dem.), W 1,400 



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ELMIRA — Pop. 37,200 — Chemung Co. — 
Pop. 54,06.3. 

Advertiser (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 6,500 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 5,100 

Gazette (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 8,300 

Gazette (Dem.), W 4,200 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,100 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 9,600 

Telegram (Ind.), Sun 60,000 

FALCONER — Pop. 1,136 — Chautauqua 
Co.— Pop. 88,314. 
American Bee Keeper, M 2,400 

FAYETTE VILLE— Pop. 1,304 — Onondaga 

Co.— Pop. 168,735. 
Farmers' Institute Bulletin (Agri.), 

Q 47,000 

Manlin's Eagle (Ind.), W 1,400 

FISHKILL — Pop. 3,673 — Dutchess Co. — 
Pop. 81,670. 
Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

FLORAL PARK — Pop. 325 — Nassau Co. 
—Pop. 55,448. 
Mayflower (Hort.), M 112,000 

FLUSHING — Pop. 8,463 — Queens Co. — 
Pop. 152,999. (See New York City, 
Queens.) 

FORT EDWARD— Pop. 3,521— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 45,624. 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 1,050 

News (Ind.), W 1,200 

FORT PLAIN — Pop. 2,444 — Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 47,488. 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,460 

Register (Rep.), W 1,395 

Standard (Dem.), W 1,700 

FRANKLIN — Pop. 473 —Delaware Co. — 
Pop, 46,413. 
Delaware Co. Dairyman (Pajry) .... 3,500 





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FULTON — Pop. 5,281 — Oswego Co. — 
Pop. 70,881. 

Observer (Ind.), W 2,100 

Patriot (Rep.), W 1 ,850 

Times (Dem.),W 1,460 

GENESEO — Pop. 2,400 — Livingston Co. 
—Pop. 37,059. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Republican (Rep.), W 1 ,350 

GENEVA — Pop. 11,300 — Ontario Co. — 
Pop. 49,605. 

Advertiser-Gazette (Dem.), W 1 ,300 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,500 

News Letter (Ind.), W 1,550 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

GLEN FALLS — Pop. 13,500 — Warren Co. 
—Pop. 29,943. 

Republican (Dem.) , W 1 ,200 

Star (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 2,350 

Star (Ind.), W 1,410 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,260 

Times (Rep.), W 1,200 

GLOVERSVILLE — Pop. 19,700 — Fulton 
Co.— Pop. 42,842. 

Glovers Journal (Trade), M 1,100 

Herald (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 4,700 

Labor New (Lab.), W 2,150 

Leader (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,600 

Press (Ind.), Sun 1,500 

Review (Trade), M 2,580 

GOUVERNEUR — Pop. 3,689 — St. Law- 
rence Co.— Pop. 89,083. 

Free Press (O. A. R.), B-W 3,220 

G. A. Journal (G. A. R.) , B-W 1 ,900 

Northern Tribune (Rep.), W 3,610 

GRANVILLE — Pop. 2,700 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 45,624. 
Sentinel (Rep.), W 3,000 



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HAYERSTRAW — Pop. 5,9.35 — Rockland 
Co.— Pop. 38,298. 

Messenger (Rep.), W 1,650 

Times (Dem.), W 1,210 

HEMPSTEAD — Pop. 3,582 — Xassau Co. — 
Pop. 55,448. 

Enquirer (Ind.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,200 

HERKIMER — Pop. 5,555 — Herkimer Co. 
—Pop. 51,049. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 2,.340 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 2,050 

Telegram (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,050 

Telegram -Record (Ind.), W 1,540 

HOOSICK FALLS — Pop. 5,671 —Rensse- 
laer Co.— Pop. 121,697. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Standard (Rep.), W 1,400 

HORNELLSVILLE — Pop. 12,200 — Steu- 
ben Co.— Pop. 82,822. (S. W.) 

Times (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 4,080 

Tribune (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,800 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,250 

HUDSON — Pop. 9,528 — Columbia Co. — 
Pop. 43,211. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 2,000 

Register (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Republican (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. . 2,000 
Republican (Rep.), W 2,600 

HUNTINGTON — Pop. 3,100 — Suffolk Co. 
—Pop. 77,582. 

Bulletin (Dem.), W 1,050 

Long Islander (Rep.), W 1,850 

ILLION — Pop. 5,138 — Herkimer Co. — 
Pop. 51,049. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 2,100 

News (Ind.), W 1,700 







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LANCASTER — Pop. 3.750 — Eiie Co. — 
Pop. 433,686. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1 ,250 

Times (Ind.), W 1,050 

LE ROY— Pop. 3,144 — Genesee Co. — Pop. 
34,561. 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,000 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,300 

News (Rep.), W 1,500 

LITTLE FALLS — Pop. 10,381 — Herkimer 
Co.— Pop. 51,049. 

Journal and Courier (Rep.), W 2,100 

News (Dem.), W 1,300 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,250 

LOCKPORT — Pop. 16,581 — Niagara Co. 
—Pop. 74,961. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,300 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,300 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 2,800 

Review (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,675 

Review (Ind.), S-W 1,100 

Union-Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Wochenblatt (Ind. Ger.), W 1,400 

LONG ISLAND CITY— Queens Co.— Pop. 
152,999. (See New York City, Queens.) 

LOWVILLE — Pop. 2,352 — Lewis Co. -^ 
Pop. 27,427. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,560 

Journal and Republican (Rep.), W. . ' 3,200 
Times (Ind. Dem.), W 2,600 

LYONS — Pop. 4,300 — Wayne Co. —Pop. 
48,660. 

Democratic Press (Dem.), W 1,800 

Republican (Rep.;, W 2,400 

Review (Rep.), W 1 ,850 

MALONE — Pop. 5,935 — Franklin Co. — 
Pop. 42,853. 

Farmer (Rep.), W 3,800 

Forum (Dem.), W 2,400 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,900 

Palladium (Rep.), W 1,840 







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New YorK — Continued 

MASSEXA — Pop. 2,032 — St. Lawrence Co. 
—Pop. 89,083. 
Observer (Rep.), W 2,800 

MATTEAWAX — Pop. 5,807 — Duchess Co. 
—Pop. 81,670. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,252 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,300 

MEDINA — Pop. 4,716 — Orleans Co. — 
Pop. 30,164. 

Register (Dem.),W 1,010 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,600 

MIDDLETOWN — Pop. 15,300 — Orange 
Co.— Pop. 103,859. 

Argus (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Mercury (Dem.), S-W 3,500 

Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,450 

Press (Rep.), S-W 2,350 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,650 

Times (Rep.), S-W 2,250 

MILFORD — Pop. 532 — Otsego Co. — Pop. 
49 939 

Teachers' Gazette (Edu.), M 10,000 

Tidings (Dem.), W 1,250 

MT. MORRIS — Pop. 2,410 — Livingston 
Co.— Pop. 37,059. 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,140 

Picket Line Post (Ind.), W 2,800 

Union (Rep.), W 1,050 

MT. VERXON — Pop. 24,400 — Westchester 
Co.— Pop. 183,375. 

Argus (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,200 

Argus (Rep.), W 1,500 

Eagle (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,850 

News (Dem.), W 1,540 

NEWARK — Pop. 4,578 — Wayne Co. — 
Pop. 48,660. 

Arcadian Gazette (Rep.), W. 2,035 

€ourier (Dem.), W 1,460 

Union (Rep.), W 1,750 



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NEW BRIGHTON— Richmond Co.— Pop. 
67,02 1 . (See New York City, Richmond.) 

NEWBURGH — Pop. 25,550 — Orange Co. 
—Pop. 103,859. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,550 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 1,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,200 

Press (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 1,000 

Register (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Sunday Telegram (Ind.), S 3,000 

NEW ROCHELLE — Pop. 14,720 — West- 
chester Co.— Pop. 183,375. 

New Era (Dem.), W 1,550 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Paragraph (Rep.), W 2,000 

NEWTON— "Queens" Co.— Pop. 152,999. 
(See New York City, Queens.) 

NEW YORK CITY — Pop. 4,014,304, Com- 
prising the Boroughs of Bronx, Brooklyn, 
Manhattan, Queens and Richmond. 

BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS. 

—Pop. 2,384,326. 
Abendblatt (Ger. Ind.), eve., ed. of 

Staats Zeitung 40,000 

Adams's Magazine (Lit.), M 125,000 

Advanced Therapeutics (Med.) , M . . 8,600 

Age (Ind. Negro), W 4,000 

Ainslee's Magazine (Lit.), M 250,000 

Al-Ayan (Arab), S-W 3,500 

All Story Magazine, M 280,000 

Amateur Sportsman (Sport) , M 6,00€ 

American Agriculturist (Agri.), W . . 1 1 ,273 
American Amateur Photograph 

(Photo), M 5,000 

American Angler (Fishing), E 3,920 

American & Journal (Dem.), morn. . 350,000 
American & Journal (Dem.), Sun. . .800,000 
American Banker (Finance), W . . . . 9,300 

American Bank Reporter, (^uar 6,350 

American Brewer (Eng. and Ger.), 

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American Cabinet Maker, W 7,100 




American Carbonater, M 2,100 




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American Clothier (Trade), M 8,740 




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American Economist (Rep.), W 9,000 


American Electrician, M^ 18,600 




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American Exporter (Com.), M 8,000 




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American Gardening (Hort.), 27,780 




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American Gaslight Journal, M 3,500 




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American Grocer (Trade), W 3,500 




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American Gynecology, M 5,100 




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American Hatter (Trade), M . 2,600 




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American Homes and Gardens, M . . . 20,000 




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American Homes (Archi.), M 5,000 




American Household (Fam.), M.. .100,000 




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American Magazine (Lit.), M 250,000 




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American Industries, S-M 13,500 




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American Inventor (Scient.), S-M.. . 10,000 




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American Journal of Obstetrics, M. . . 5,500 




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American Journal of Surgery, M 20,000 




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American Knit Goods Review, M . . . 3,000 




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American La^\yer, M 8,250 




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American Machinist W 21 ,000 






American Metal Market 3,500 


American Monthly Review of Re- 




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American Printer (Trade), M 4,600 




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American Queen, M 140,000 




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American Tailor and Cutter, M 6,500 




American Telephone Journal (Elec), 




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American Therapist, M 1 ,250 . 




American Veterinary Review, M . . . . 2,500 







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New York — Continued 

BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 

— Continued. 
Amerikanische Schweizer-Zeitung 

(Ger. Ind.),W 15,100 

Animal World (Pet Stock), M 50,100 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin 

(Photo.), M 3,100 

Anuncidor (Spanish Com.), M 4,100 

Appleton's Magazine (Lit.), M 100,000 

Araldo Italiano (Italian Rep.), 

morn., ex. Mon 28,000 

Araldo Italiano (Italian Rep.), Sun . 35,000 

Architecture and Building, M 4,000 

Architectural Record, M 7.000 

Archives of Ophthalmology, B-M ... 1 ,000 

Archives of Otology, B-M 1,500 

Archives of Pediatrics (Med.), M 7,000 

Argosy (Fam.), M 500,000 

Armv and Navy Journal (Mil. and 

Naval), W 9,000 

Art Amateur (Art), M 20,503 

Art de la Mode (Fashion), M 65,000 

Art Education, B-M 3,500 

Art Interchange, M 20,000 

Art Student, M 1,500 

Association Men (Y. M. C. A.), M. . . 24,000 

Athletic Club Journal, M 4,500 

Atlantis (Ind. Greek), eve., ex. Sun . 9,734 

Automobile, W 14,500 

Automobile Magazine, M 3,900 

Babyhood, M 16,000 

Badische-Landes Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), 

W 8,000 

Bahn Frei (Turnverein) 1,500 

Bakers' Review, M 3,300 

Bankers' Magazine, M 10,000 

Banking Law Journal, M 5,350 

Barbers' Journal, M 5,000 

Beautiful Woman Magazine, M 60,000 

Belletristisches Journal (Ger. Ind.), 

W 12,500 

Benziger's Magazine (Fam.), M 50,000 

Bill Poster Display Advertising, M. . 4,500 

Blacksmith and Wheelwright, M 16,000 

Bohemian (Lit.), M -.100,000 











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BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 

— Continued. 
BoUetinodella Sera (Rep. Ital.), eve., 

ex. Sun 30,000 

Bond Buyer (Financial), W 5,000 

Bon Ton (Fash.), M 75,000 

Bookbuyer (Lit.), M 15,100 

Bookman (Lit.), M 50,000 

Book Reviews (Trade), M 10,100 

Bookseller, Newsdealer and Sta- 
tioner, S-M 6,000 

Bowlers' Journal (Sports), W. . . . . . 3,600 

Brazile Os Estados Uridos (Port'i.), 

M f,000 

Brewers' Journal (Eng. and Ger. 

Trade), M 5,400 

Broadway Magazine (Lit.), M 75.000 

Bronx Boro Record and Times 

(Rep.) eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

Bronx Boro Record and Times 

(Rep.), W 6,000 

Building and Loan News (Finan.), 

M 4,100 

Bulletin of the Pasteur Institute, 

Q 25,100 

Burr Mcintosh Monthlv (Pict.), M.. 80,000 

Business World (Trade), M 19,000 

Butchers' Advocate, W 10.600 

Buyer (Trade), M 7,800 

Cadenza (Music), M 6,000 

Camera and Dark Room (Photo.). 

M «,.iOO 

Capit'ilist (Fmnnce), M 8,000 

Carpentry and Building, M 15,100 

Carpet and Upholstery Trade Re- 
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Cassell's Little Folks (Inv.), M 22,000 

Cassell's Magazine (Lit.), M 30,869 

Cassier's Magazine (Scient.\ M 19,000 

Cast (Drama), W 10,000 

Caterer (Culinary), M 6,000 

Century Magazine (Lit.), M 126,500 

Cheerful Moments (Fam.), M 250,000 

China Decorator (Art), M 5,100 

Chironian (Homeo.), M 2,000 

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BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 

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Chronicle rins.), W 2,300 

Circle (Lit.), M.) 100,000 

Citizen (Socy.), W 7,800 

Clipper (Theatre), W 24,000 

Cloaks and Furs, M 2,000 

Clothier and Furnisher. M 8,200 

Clothiers' and Haberdashers' 

Weekly 3,016 

Club Fellow (Socy.), W 30,000 

Club Woman, M 25,000 

Collier's Weekly (Lit.), W 600,000 

Comercio (Span. Com.), M 5,600 

Commercial (Com'l),morn., ex. Sun. 16,550 
Commercial and Financial Chronicle, 

W 3,000 

Commercial and Financial World . . . 12,250 

Commercial Gazette (Com.), W 2,600 

Commonwealth (Soc), M 2,600 

Confectioners' and Bakers' Gazette, 

M...., 10,000 

Contract News ' 3,700 

Corner Stone (Ind.), W . -. 6,000 

Cosmopolitan (Lit.), M 450,000 

Costume Royal (Fash.), M 50 000 

Country Life in America, M 60,000 

Courrier des Etas Unis (Fr. Ind.), 

morn 14,500 

Courrier des Etas Unis (Fr. Ind.), W. 28,500 

Craftsman (Trade), M 16,421 

Crerand's Cloak Journal, M 5,000 

Criterion (Socv.), W 30,000 

Critic (Lit.), M 15,400 

Cupid (Matri.), M 15,000 

Current Literature (Lit.) , M 45,000 

Delineator (Fashion), M 950,000 

Der Fueher (Ger.), W 3,500 

Designer (Fashion), M 350,000 

Deutsch Amerikanische Apotheker 

zeitung, M 4,600 

Dickerman'sU.S. Treasury Counter- 
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Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette 

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Dominant (Musical), M 4,500 

Dosimetrict Medical Review, M 2,000 

Dramatic Mirror (Drama), W 10,000 

Dramatic News, W 34,000 

Druggists' Circular (Trade), M 15,000 

Dry Goods Economist, W 8,000 

Educational Foundations, M 22,000 

Educational Review, M 2,500 

El Comercio (Span.), M 6.600 

Electrical Age 7,600 

Electrical Review 11,000 

Electrical World and Engineer 

(Elec.),W 12,600 

Electricity (Elec), W 5,000 

Elite Styles (Fashion), M 100,000 

Empire of Finance and Trade, W. . . 5,700 

Engineer, S-M 8,000 

Engineering Magazine, M 20,000 

Engineering News, W 13,100 

Erie Railroad Employee's Magazine 

(Lab.),M 40,000 

Evening Mail (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... 48,000 

Everybody's Magazine, M 600,000 

Fabrics, Fancy Goods and Notions 

(Trade), M 6,000 

Fame (Advertisers^, M 3,600 

Family Doctor (Med.), M 150,000 

Family Story Paper (Fiction), W. . . 150,000 

Farming (Agri.), M 40,000 

Field and Stream (Sport), M 40,000 

Figaro (Ger. Soc), W 3,000 

Financial Age, W 18,000 

Financial News, morn., ex. Sun 4,300 

Financial Record and Investors' 

Manual, W 4,800 

Financial Review, W 5,200 

Financier, W. 15,100 

Fireand Water, W 4,200 

Fireman's Herald, W 2,500 

Fireside Companion (Lit.), W 155,000 

Fishing Gazette (Trade) , W 1 ,600 

Florists' Exchange (Trade) 7,140 

Flour Trade News, W 4,500 





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Harper's Magazine (Lit.), M 150,000 




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Harper's Weekly (Illus.), W 80,000 




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BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 
— Continued. 

Health Culture (Hyg.), M 15,000 

Hearthstone (Lit.), M 501,441 

Heating and Ventilation, M 6,500 

Hebrew Standard (Dom.), W 27,000 

Hebrew World (Jewish), W 6,000 

Herald (Ind.), morn 130,000 

Herald (Ind.), Sun 250,000 

Herold (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. Sun .... 55,000 
Hessen-Darmstaedter Zeitung und 

Hessisehe Blaetter (Ger.), W 6,600 

Hints (Entert.), M 10,000 

Hlas Lidu (Bohem. Lab.), morn. . . . 5,000 

Home Monthly (Household), M 400,000 

Home Talk (Lit.), M 300,000 

Homoeopathic Eye, Ear and Throat 

Journal (Med.), M 5,000 

Hotel Gazette (Com.), W 6,000 

Hotel Register (Com.), W 12,100 

Hotel Reporter (Com.), morn., ex. 

Sun 3,000 

Housewife (Family), M 106,680 

Hub (Mechanical), M 6,600 

Illustrated Companion (Fam.), M. . .350,000 

111. Milliner, M 12,000 

Illustrated News (Sport), W 30,000 

111. Sporting News, W 35,000 

111. Progress© Italo Americano 

(Ital.), morn., ex. Mon 7,000 

Indoor and Out (Archi,), M 

Insurance (Ins.), W 5,000 

Insurance Advocate (Ins.), M 2,600 

Insurance Age (Ins.), M 1,600 

Insurance and Commercial Maga- 
zine, M 5,600 

Insurance Counselor, M 4,920 

Insurance Critic, M 2,500 

Insurance Economist, M 3,000 

Insurance Journal, fortnightly 3,200 

Insurance Law Journal, B-W 2,200 

Insurance Monitor, M 4,500 

Insurance Observer, S-M 3,100 

Insurance Press (Ins.), W 5,350 

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BRONX AXD MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 
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International Journal of Surgery 

(Surg.),M 28,000 

International Monthly (Lit.), M. . . . 20,000 
International Steam Engineer 

(Meeh.).M 36,000 

International Studio (Art.), W 5,100 

Interview (Ins.), B-W 2,000 

Irish American (Dem.), W 20.000 

Irish American Advocate (Ind.) , W . 4,500 

Iron Age (Com.), W 6,100 

Items of Interest (Dental), M 12,126 

Jewelers' Circular (Com.), W 10,000 

Jewish Abend Post (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sat 16,000 

Jewish Daily News (Ger. Russ.-Heb. 

Ind.), eve., ex. Sat. and Sun. morn. 45,100 

Jewi.sh Gizette (Jew. Ind.), W 25,000 

Jewish Herald (Heb.), eve., ex. Sat. 36,000 

Jewish Times (Ger. Heb.), W 2,600 

Jewish World, eve., ex. Sat 25,300 

Journal of Commerce, morn., ex. 

Sun 

Journal of Cutaneous and Genito- 
urinary Diseases, M 3,100 

Journal of Electro-Therapeutics, M . . 4,100 
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 

Bi-M 

Journal of Finance (Financial), 

morn., ex. Sun 7,500 

Journal of Nervous and Mental Dis- 
eases (Med.), M 3,000 

Journal of Ophthalmology, Otology 

and Laryngology, Bi-M 600 

Journal of the Telegraph, M 25,600 

Journalistic (Jour.), W 4,000 

Judge (Humor)^ W 76'000 

Judge's Library (Humor), W 70,000 

Judge's Quarterly (Humor), M 52,000 

Junior Toilettes (Fash.), M .38,000 

Just Fun (Humor), M 50,000 

Keynote (Music and Drama), M . . . . 5,000 
Kuryer-Nowajorski (Polish Dem.), 

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Ladies' Home Topics (Lit.), M 8,000 



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BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 
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Ladies' World (Fam.), M 420,333 

Las Novedades (Span.), W 7,000 

Law Journal, iftorn., ex. Sun . 1,000 

Leslie's Weekly (111.), W 100,000 

Life (Humor), W 73,000 

Liquor Trade Review (Liq.), W 7,100 

Listy (Bohem. Ind.), morn., ex. Sun. 4,000 

Listy (Bohem. Ind.), Sun 3,000 

Literary Digest (Lit.), W 110,000 

Literary Life (Lit.), M 2,100 

Literary News (Lit.), M 10,000 

Little Folks (Juv.), M. . . 24,000 

Lupton's List: Good Literature, 

People's Home Journal, M 920, 1 66 

McCall's Magazine (Lit. and Fash.), 

M 1,000,000 

McClure's Magazine (Lit.), M 414,000 

Machinery (Mechan.), M 28,000 

Manufacturer and Builder (Mechan- 
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Medical Century (Homeo.), M 8,000 

. Medical Examiner (Med.), M 6,024 

Medical Journal (Med.), W 22,000 

Medical News (Med.), W 8,600 

Medical Record (Med.), W 14,000 

Medical Review of Reviews, M 11,100 

Medical Times (Med.), M 5,660 

Medical Tribune (Med.), M 2,000 

Medico-Legal Journal, Q 3,500 

Menorah Monthly (Fam.), M 13,800 

Men's Outfitter (Trade) , M 2,500 

Men's Wear, S-M 4,500 

Mercantile Adjuster (Com. Legal) , M. 1 1,000 
Mercantile and Financial Times 

(Com.) W 18,000 

Merchants' Review (Com.), W 5,500 

Metalworker (Mech.), W 10,500 

Metronome (Musical), M 27,000 

Metropolitan Magazine (Lit.), M. . . . 215,000 
Metropolitan and Rural Home 

(Agri.andFam.), M 500,000 

MiUinery Trade Review (Trade) , M . 2,600 

Mill Owners (Indus.), M 22,000 

Mind (Lit.), M 10,000 







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BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 

— Continued. 

Modern Home (Lit.), M 150,000 

Modern Medical Science (Med.), M... 20,000 

Modern Merchant (Trade), M 5,000 

Modern Mexico (Com.), M 15^000 

Modern Stories (Lit. and Fam.), M. . 300,000 

Modes (Fashion), M 50.000 

Modes and Fabrics (Fash.), M 310,000 

Money (Monetary), M 20,000 

Morgen Journal (Ger. Ind. Dem.), 

morn 68,000 

Morgen Journal (Ger. Ind. Dem.), 

Sun 80,000 

Motor (Motoring), M 20,000 

Motor Car, M 15,000 

Motor World (Trade), W 8,000 

Munsey Magazine (Lit.), M 716,000 

Music Trade Review (Music) , W. . . . 5,500 
Nachrichten aus Deutschland (Ger. 

Ind.),W 10,000 

Nation (Lit.), W 9,500 

National Advertiser (Adv.), W 5,000 

National Advocate (Tem.), M 4,500 

National Banner (Rep. Ger.), S-M. . 10,000 
National Bottlers' Gazette (Bot- 
tling), M 4,500 

National Building and Loan Herald, 

M 4,800 

National Dairyman News, M 5,000 

National Police Gazette (Sport), W. 130,000 
National Provisioner (Trade) , W . . . 6,400 

National Single Taxer, M 9,100 

Neue Preussische Zeitung (Ind. 

Ger.),W 5,000 

New Education (Edu.), M 3,100 

New Era Monthly (Fam.), W 500,000 

New Idea Woman's Magazine (Fam., 

Fash.),M 300,000 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 125,000 

News (Dem.), Sun 120,000 

Newspaperdom (Publ'g), W 5,200 

Newspaper Maker, W 10,000 

New York Commercial (Com.), 

morn., ex. Sun 16,000 

New York Inquirer (Ind.), W 5,000 









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New York Weekly (Lit.), W 200,000 




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North American Review (Lit.), M.... 35,000 




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North Side News (Loc.) , W 5,000 




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Notes of New Remedies, Q 6,600 




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Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter, W . . . 2,500 







Optica] Journal (Trade), M 5,000 




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Our Times (Fam.), M. -. 45,000 




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Outlook (Lit.), M 95,000 




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Paper Trade Journal, W 5,000 




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Pictorial Review (Home and Fash), 






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New YorR— Continued 

BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 

— Continued. 

Plattdeutsche Post 16,500 

Plumbers' Trade Journal, S-M 16,000 

Popular Magazine (Lit.), M 265,000 

Popular Science Monthly 24,000 

Post (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 26,000 

Post (Ind.), S-W 2,350 

Post-Graduate, M 3,000 

Power (Mech.), M 30,998 

Practical Druggist (Drugs) , M 6,200 

Practical Teacher (Edu.), M 21,060 

Press (Rep.), morn 105,131 

Press (Rep.), Sun 105,131 

Primary School (Edu.) , M 35,000 

Printer and Book Maker, M 4,000 

Printers' Ink (Adv.), W 15,000 

Produce Review and American 

Creamery (Trade), W 4,040 

Progressive Age (Scientific), S-M. . . 4,500 
Public Health Journal (Sanit.), M. . 2,000 

Publishers' Guide (Trade) , M 4,400 

Publishers' Weekly (Trade) , W 2 000 

Puck (Comic), W 80,000 

Puck's Library (Humor), M 65,000 

Putnam's Magazine (Lit.), M 

Railroad Gazette (R. R.), W 5,700 

Railroad Man's Magazine (Lit.), M . .300,000 
Railway and Locomotive Engineer- 
ing, M.. 25,000 

Record (Ins.), M 2,000 

Record and Guide (R. E.), W 7,900 

Recreation (Sport), M 66,000 

Retail Grocers' Advocate 4,000 

Review (Com. and Ins.), W 1,800 

Revue (Rep. Ger.), Sun 70,440 

Rider and Driver (Sports), W 25,748 

Ridgeway Magazine (News and 

Lit.), W 

Rudder (Yachting), M 18,000 

Rural New Yorker (Agri.), W 76,000 

Sachsen-Zeitung (Ger. Ind.) , W 4,500 

St. Nicholas (Juv.), M 50,000 

Sanitary Plumber, S-M 5,000 

Sartorial Art Journal (Trade) , M . . . . 9,500 









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Savings and Loan Review, M 4,000 

School (Edu.), W 26,000 

School Journal (Edu.) 20,000 

Schuetzen Zeitung (Ind.), S-W 1,500 

Schwaebisches Wochenblatt (Non- 
Pol. Ger.),W 13,500 

Science, W 5,000 

Scientific American, W 60,000 

Scientific American (Build, ed.), M. . 16,500 
Scientific American (Export ed.), M. 6,500 

Scottish American (Ind.), W 12,000 

Scrap Book (Lit.), M 300,000 

Scribner's Magazine (Lit.), M 195,000 

Shoe and Leather Reporter, W 4,500 

Shoe Retailer, M 9,000 

Shoppell's Modern Houses, Q 12,000 

Shooting and Fishing (Sport), W . . . 7,550 

Short Stories (Fiction), M 30,000 

Silver Cross (King's Daughters), W . 30,000 
Slovak V. Amerike (Slov.), S-W .... 26,000 

Small Farmer (Agri.), M 15,000 

Smart Set (Lit.), M 140,000 

Smith's Magazine (Lit.), M 140,000 

Smokers' Magazine (Trade), M 10,000 

Spectator (Ins.), W 4,000 

Staats Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), morn.. . 56,000 
Staats Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), Sun. . . . 70,000 

Staats Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), W 35,500 

Standard & Vanity Fair (Drama), 

W 12,500 

Steam Engineering (Mech.), M 17,600 

Stockholder (Finan.), W 3,500 

Strand Magazine (Lit.), M . .227,495 

Street Railway Journal (R. R.), M . . 4,500 
Student's Journal (Phonog.), M. . . . 3,000 

Success Magazine (Lit.), M 285,159 

Sun (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 112,000 

Sun (Ind.), morn 110,000 

Sun (Ind), Sun 130,000 

Sunnyside (Undertakers), M 7,050 

Supply World (Trade) , M 2,025 

Surveyor, B-W 3,700 

1 agblatt (Ger. Dem.), W 2,600 



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BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 
— Continued 

Tailors' Review, M 3,840 

Talent (Entertainment), M 3,000 

Tales (Lit.), M 32,000 

Tammany Times (Dem.), W 20,000 

Teachers' Institute (Edu.), M 34,000 

Teachers' World (Edu.), M 44,100 

Telegram (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 170,000 

Telegraph (Dem.), morn 28,862 

Telegraph (Dem.), Sun 64,662 

Telegraph Age, S-M 7,500 

Theatre Magazine (Drama), M. .... 60,000 

Times (Den..), morn 110,000 

Times (Dem.). Sun 110,000 

Times Magazine (Lit.), M 100,000 

Toilettes (Fashion), M 82,000 

Town and Country (Lit.), W 27,000 

Town Topics (Socy.), W 66,000 

Trained Nurse and Hospital Review, 

M 12,000 

Transactions of the American Insti- 
tute of Electrical Engineers 

(Elec), M 4,000 

Transcript (Ind.), W 5,000 

Travel Magazine (Tra\ .), M 120,000 

Tribune (Rep.), morn 76,000 

Tribune (Rep.), Sun 87,000 

Tribune (Rep.), T-W 80.000 

Tribune Farmer (Agri.), W 100,100 

Trotter and Pacer 4,500 

Turf, Field and Farm (Agri.), W.. . . 40,100 

Twentieth Century (Ind.), W 12,500 

Typewriter and Phonograph, M 32,000 

Underwood's U. S. Counterfeit Re- 
porter, B-M 4 600 

Union (Dem. Irish), Sun 20,000 

Union (Dem. Irish), W 9,000 

U. S. Revenue Journal (Legal) , W . . 1 .600 

U. S. Tobacco Journal, W 6,600 

University Law Review, M 3,000 

Uptown Press (Ind.) , W 7,000 

Valkyrian (Swedish Lit.), M 10,100 

Vereinigte Staaten Orden und Ver- 
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BRONX AND MANHATTAN BOROUGHS 
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Vigilant (Ins.), M 5.000 

Violin World (Music), M 5,000 

Vogue (Socy.), W :^0,000 

Volksadvocat (Hebrew Ind.) , W . . . . 26,000 
Volks Zeitung (Ger, Ind. Lab.), 

morn 18,000 

Volunteers Gazette (Vol.), W 1 5,000 

Vorwaerts (Heb.), W 20,000 

Vorwaerts (Ger. Ind. Lab.), W 20,000 

Vorw^aerts (Hebrew Social Dem.), 

every morn 21 ,500 

Wall Street News, morn., ex. Sun... . 10,040 
Wall Street Investigator (Finan.), 

morn .,ex. Sun 3,000 

Wall Street Journal (Finan.), morn., 

and eve., ex. Sun 12,300 

Water and Gas Review, M 4 ,000 

Watson's Magazine (Lit.), M 90,000 

Welt-Blatt (Ger. Lit.), M 25,100 

Wide World Magazine (Lit.) , M 74 . 1 1 5 

AVilshire Magazine (Lit.), M 282,976 

Wine and Spirit Ga.^ette (Trade), 

S-M 10.000 

Woman (Lit.), M 250,000 

Women's pnd Infants' Furni.-her, M. 4.000 
Woman's Physical Development M 80,000 

Worker (Labor), W 32,000 

World (Dem.), morn 300,000 

World (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 385,000 

World (Dem.). Sun 450,000 

World (Dem.), Tri-W 125,000 

W^orld's Work (Lit.), M 75,000 

Young's Magazine (Lit.), M 50,000 

Ze-itung (Ger. Ind.), morn 40,000 

Zukunft (Socy.), Ger. M 15,000 

BROOKLYN BOROUGH — Kings Co. — 
Pop. 1,16{5,.582. 

American Hairdresser, M 1,650 

Brooklyn Record (Loc), W 1,500 

Brooklyn Life (Socy.), W 18,000 

Citizen (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 31 ,891 

Citizen (Dem.), Sun. morn 33,412 





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BROOKLYN BOROUGH— Continued. 

Courier (Dem. Ger.), W 6,000 

Deutsches Vcrsicherungs- Journal 

von Amerika, M 1,700 

Eagle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 50,000 

Eagle (Ind.), Sun. morn 68,000 

East New York Laterne (Ger. Ind.), 

W 4,100 

Everywhere (Lit.), M 52,500 

Flatbush News (Loc), W 5,000 

Freie Presse (Ger. Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 15,000 

Freie Presse (Rep. Ger.), Sun 17,000 

Green Point Star (Ind. Dem.) , W . . . 5,740 

Journal (Ind.), W 3,500 

Kings (bounty Blade and Press 

(Ind.), W 1,100 

Local Gazette (Rep.), W 2,500 

Local Recorder (Ind.) , W 1 ,500 

Mahatma (Magic^ M 2,100 

Medical Journal (Med.), M 4.100 

Nordske Blade (Norw^eg. Ind.), W . . 6,400 

Nordlyset (Finnish), W • 6,000 

Post (Ind.), Sun 10,000 

Reflector (Rep.), W 3,500 

Reform (Dem. Ger.) 6,800 

Siirtolainen (Fin. Rep.), W 7,650 

Standard Union (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 40,000 

Standard Union (Rep.), S 40,000* 

Teacher, M. 5,000 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 23,200 

Transcript (Ind.), W 3,000 

Uptown Weekly (Ind.), W 2,000 

Weekly (Loc), W 5,000 



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COLLEGE POINT— 

Freie Presse (Ind.), W 1,050 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,240 

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FLUSHINO— 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ev. Sun 1,300 

Journal (Dem.), W 2,300 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

JAMAICA— 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Farmer (Rep.), W 2,030 

Oliver's Monthly (Home), M 2,500 

Standard (Rep.), W 1,500 

LONG ISLAND CITY— 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 5,100 

Beobachter (Ind. Ger.) , W 3,500 

Borough Bulletin (Dem.) , W 1 ,600 

Borough Democrat (Dem.) , W 1 , 100 

Borough News (Ind.), W 1,750 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,000 

North Beach News (Ind.), W 5,000 

Star (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 5,640 

Star (Ind. Dem.), W 5,250 

NEWTON— 

Register (Dem.), S-W ' 1,600 

RICHMOND BOROUGH — Richmond Co. 
(Staten Island) — Pop. 67,021. 

NEW BRIGHTON— 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

Staten Islander (Rep.), S-W 4,100 

PORT RICHMOND— 

News-Independent (Rep.), W 1 ,000 

Staten Island Star (Dem.), W 1,200 

ST. GEORGE— 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,210 

News Letter (Loc), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,050 

STAPLETON— 

Deutscher Staten Islander (Ind. 

Ger.), S-W 1,000 

Herald (Ind. Dem.), W 1,200 

Leader (Dem.), W , 2,610 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

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TOTTEXVILLE— 

Transcript (Dem.), W 1,000 

NIAGARA FALLS — Pop. 19,457 — Niagara 

Co.— Pop. 74,931. 
Cataract Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,350 

Cataract Journal (Dem.), W 3,500 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

In the Mist (Soc), morn., ex. Sun. . . 2,650 

NORTHPORT — Pop. 1,794 — Suffolk Co. 
—Pop. 77,582. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,610 

Law Notes (Legal), M 25,000 

NORTH TONAWANDA — Pop. 9,060 — 
Niagara Co. — Pop. 74,961 . 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,300 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

NORWICH — Pop. 5,766 — Chenango Co. — 
Pop. 36,568. 

Sun (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 1,540 

Telegraph (Rep.), S-W 2,500 

Union (Dem.), W 2,100 

NYACK — Pop. 4,275 — Rockland Co. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,550 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,300 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

OGDENSBURG — Pop. 15,100 — Lawrence 
Co.— Pop. 89,083. 

Advance (Dem.), W 3,200 

Journal (Rep.), eve,, ex. Sun 1,100 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 2,250 

Republican (Rep.), W 5,600 

OLEAN — Pop. 1 1 ,050 — Cattaraugus Co. 
—Pop. 65,643. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,150 

ledger (Ind ),W 1,800 

Times (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,500 

Times (Rep.), W. . . .' 1,700 



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ONEIDA — Pop. 6,364 — Madison Co. — Pop. 
40,545. 

Dispatch (Rep.), S-W 2,800 

Post (Rep.), W 2,700 

Union (Dem.), S-W 3,200 

ONEONTA — Pop. 7,147 — Otsego Co. — 
Pop. 48,939. 

Herald (Rep.), W 3,000 

Press (Dem.), W 1,000 

Spy (Rep.), W 1,000 

Star (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 3,200 

OSSINNING — Pop. 7,939 — Westchester 
Co.— Pop. 183,375. 

Citizen (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

Democratic Register (Dem.) , W 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,050 

OSWEGO — Pop. 22,600 — Oswego Co.— 
Pop. 70,881. 
Palladium (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 4,000 

Palladium (Dem.), W 3,600 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,800 

Times (Rep.), S-W 4,100 

OWEGO — Pop. 5,039 — Tioga (>,.. — Pop. 
27,951. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 2 490 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,350 

Record (Ind.), W 2,500 

Times (Rep.), W 2,900 

PEEKSKILL — Pop. 10,358 — Westchester 
Co.— Pop. 183,375. 

Blade (Rep.), W 1 200 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,040 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1 900 

Union (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,350 

PENN YAN — Pop. 4,650 — Yates Co. — 
Pop. 20,318. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 3,200 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Express (Rep.), W 1,750 





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PERRY — Pop. 2,763 — Wyoming Co. — 
Pop. 30,413. 

Herald-Xews (Ind.), W 1,550 

Record (Rep.), W 1,100 

PLATTSBURG — Pop. 8,4.34 — Clinton Co. 
Pop. 47,430. 

News (Loc), eve., ex. Sun 1,450 

Press (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,700 

Republican (Dem.), W. . . 1,800 

Sentinel and Farmer (Rep.), W 4,000 

PORT CHESTER — Pop. 7,440 — West- 
chester Co.— Pop. 183,375. 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 2,260 

Item (Rep ), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

PORT JEFFERSON — Pop. 2,026 —Suffolk 
Co.— Pop. 77,582. 

Echo (Rep.), W 2,000 

Times (Ind.), W 2,200 

PORT JERVIS — Pop. 9,.385 — Orange Co 
—Pop. 103,859. 

Gazette (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,425 

Gazette (Dem.), S-W 4,460 

N. Y. Farmer (Agri.), W 26,000 

Union (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Union (Rep.), W 3,750 

POTSDAM — Pop. 3,843 — St. Lawrence Co. 
—Pop. 89,093. 
Courier and Freeman (Rep.), W . . . . 3,700 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,050 

Recorder (Rep.), W 2,540 

POUGHKEEPSIE — Pop. 25,000 — Dutch- 
ess Co.— Pop. 81,670. 

Courier (Ind.), Sun 10,000 

Eagle (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,100 

Eagle (Rep.), S-W 2,850 

Enterprise (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,900 

News-Press (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun . 3,000 

News-Telegraph (Dem.) , W 5,200 

Star (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,680 

Star (Rep.), W 3,000 









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RENSSELAER — Pop. 7,466 — Rensselaer 
Co.— Pop. 121,697. 

Gazette and Sun (Ind.), W 2,800 

Herald (Ind.), W 1.550 

Star-Eagle (Rep.), W 1,000 

ROCHESTER — Pop. 171,000 — Monroe Co. 

—Pop. 230,000. 
Abend Post (Ger. Ind.) , eve., ex. Sun. 5,400 

Abend Post (Ger. Ind.), S-W ' 3,150 

Case and Comment (Law), M 30,000 

Casket (Undertaking), M 8,000 

Democrat and Chronicle (Rep.), 

morn 33,000 

Democrat and Chronicle (Rep.), Sun. 28,000 
Democrat and Chronicle (Rep.), W.. 10,350 
Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Ind.) , W. . . . 2,800 

Farm Stock Journal (Agri.), W 12,500 

Green's Fruit Grower (Hort.), M. . , . 127,083 

Herald (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 19,000 

Herald (Ind.), Sun 15,000 

Journal of Applied Microscopy 

(Scientific), M 12,600 

Labor Journal (Lab.), W 4,500 

National Nurseryman (Nursery), M. 

Post Express (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. . 17,000 

Spare Moments (Lit.), M 225,000 

Star (Dem.), Sun 5,500 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 19,267 

Union and Advertiser (Dem.), eve., 

ex Sun 18,500 

Wochenblatt (Ger. Ind.), W 1,500 

ROME — Pop. 16,500 — Oneida Co. — Pop. 
132,800. 

Deaf Mutes' Register, W 1,050 

Harness Gazette, M 4,1^0 

Republican (Rep.), T-W l,OoO 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,5 

Sentinel (Dem.), S-W 5,0*^0 

SALAMANCA — Pop. 4,251 — Cattaraugus 
Co.— Pop. 65,643. 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,650 

Union (Dem.), W '1,300 





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SALEM — Pop. 1,391 — Washington Co. — 
Pop. 4.5,624. 

Axiom (Rep.\ W 1,200 

Review Press (Dem.), W 1,500 

Sun (Rep.), W 1,100 

SANDY HILL — Pop. 4,473— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 45,624. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,500 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

SARANAC LAKE — Pop. 2,594 — Franklin 
Co. — Pop. 42,853. 
Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,650 

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Pop. 12,409 — 
Saratoga Co.— Pop. 61,089. 

- Eagle (Rep.), W 2,200 

Saratogian (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 3,500 

Saratogian (Rep.), S-W 2,600 

Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

SCHENECTADY — Pop. 47,700 — Schenec- 
tady Co.— Pop. 61,900. 

Deuts:hes Journal (Ind. Ger.), W. . 1,500 

Gazette (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 12,991 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 7,150 

Union (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,000 

Union (Rep.), S-W 4,000 

SENECA FALLS — Pop. 6,519 — Seneca Co. 
—Pop. 28,114. 

Courier-Journal (Rep.), W 1,900 

Reveille (Dem.), W 1,480 

SIDNEY — Pop. 2,331 — . Delaware Co. — 
Pop, 46,413. 
Record (Ind.), W 1 ,230 

SODUS — Pop. 5,118 — Wayne Co. — Pop. 
48,660. 

Alliance (Ind.), W 1,700 

Record (Ind.), W 2,100 

SOUTHAMPTON — Pop. 2,289— Suffolk Co. 
—Pop. 77,582. 

Press (Ind.), W 1,000 

Sea Side Times (Ind.), W 1,100 





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—Pop, 180,376. 

American Poultry Advocate, M 44,000 

Clinic (Med.), M 7,000 

Educational Gazette, M 15,000 

Good Health Clinic, M 10,000 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 35,800 

Herald (Ind.), Sun 41^000 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 10,805 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 4,200 




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Journal of Pedagogy Q 1 800 


Keramic Studio (Art.), M 4,500 

Post-Standard (Rep.), morn 23,405 

Post-Standard (Rep.), S-W 5,600 

School Bulletin and New York State 

Educational Journal, M 15,500 

Sporting Goods Gazette (Trade) , M . 5,050 

Telegram, eve., ex. Sun 12,000 

Union (Ger. Rep.), W 2,575 


TARRYTOWN — Pop. 4,770 — Westchester 
Co. — Pop. 183,375. 

News (Rep.) , eve. , ex. Sun 1 ,250 

Press-Record (Dem.), W 2,280 




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Pop. 140,697. 

Advocate (Lab.), W 3,900 

Carriage Dealers' Journal, M 7.000 

Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.), W 2 500 

Home Budget (Lit.), M 85,000 

Lansingburg Courier (Dem.) , W . . . . 2,500 

Lansingburg Times (Rep.), W 1 ,100 

Northern Budget (Ind.) , Sun 37,500 

Observer (Dem.), Sun 8,600 

Press (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 9,200 

Press (Dem ) S-W 7 000 




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TROY— Continued. 

Standard (Dem.), eve.,fex. Sun 15,830 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 16,710 

Times (Rep.), S-W 10,005 

UTICA — Pop. 60,100 — Oneida Co. — Pop. 
132,800. 

Advocate (Labor), W 3,600 

Cambrian (Lit.), M 6,800 

Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), T-W.. 2,000 
Herald Dispatch (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Sun 15,100 

Observer (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 9,300 

Observer (Dem.), S-W 10,400 

Press (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 14,500 

Press (Ind.), S-W 9,100 

Saturday Globe (Ind.), W 118,000 

Sunday Journal (Ind.), Sun 10,500 

Tribune (Ind.), Sun 5,000 

WALDEN — Pop. 3,147 — Orange Co. — 
Pop. 103,859. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 1,800 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,050 

WALTON — Pop. 2,811 — Delaware Co. — 
Pop. 46,413. 

Chronicle-Times (Rep.), W 3,500 

Reporter (Dem.), W 7,300 

WARSAW — Pop. 3,048 — Wyoming Co. — 
Pop. 30,413. 

Times (Dem.), W 2,550 

Western New Yorker (Rep.), W 4,000 

WATERLOO — Pop. 4,256 — Seneca Co. — 
Pop. 28,114. 

News (Rep.), W ],400 

Observer (Dem.), W 1,300 

WATERTOWN — Pop. 24,000 — Jefferson 
Co.— Pop. 76,748. 

Herald (Ind.), W 5,000 

Lodge Record (Frat.), S-M 7,100 

Re-Union (Dem.), S-W 3,560 

Standard (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,802 



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New York— Continued 

WATERTOWN— Continued. 

Standard (Rep.), S-W 5,050 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,841 

Times and Reformer (Rep.), S-W. . . 5,000 

WATERVLIET — Pop. 14,321 — Albany Co. 
—Pop. 165,571. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,800 

Journal and Democrat (Dem.), W.. . 1,000 

WATKINS — Pop. 2,943 — Schuyler Co. — 
Pop. 15,811. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,400 

Express (Rep.), W 1,480 

Review (Dem.), W 2,050 

WAVERLY — Pop. 4,465 — Tioga Co. — 
Pop. 27,951. 
Free Press (Rep«), W 3,000 

WELLSVILLE — Pop. 3,556 — Alleghany 
Co.— Pop. 41,501. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,100 

Reporter (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Reporter (Rep.), S-W 3,000 

WESTFIELD — Pop. 2,430 — Chautauqua 
Co.— Pop. 88,314. 
Republican (Ind. Rep.), W 1,300 

WHITEHALL — Pop. 4,377 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 45,624. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 4,000 

Times (Dem.), W 2,400 

WHITE PLAINS- Pop. 13,700— Westches- 
ter Co.— Pop. 183,375. 

Argus (Rep.), W 1,100 

Eastern State Journal (Dem.), W. . . 2,300 

Home Life (Lit.), M 25,000 

News (Rep.), W 1,050 

Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1 ,500 

WHITNEY POINT— Pop. 807— Broome Co. 
—Pop. 69,149. 
Reporter (Ind.), W 2,800 







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YONKERS— Pop. 47,931— Westchester Co. 
—Pop. 183,375. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,000 

Herald (Dem.)., eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

Home Journal and News (Ind.), W.. 2,000 
Statesman (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,400 




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Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,300 




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Pop. 28,232. 
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Co.— Pop. 44,288. 
Citizen (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon .... 4,237 
Citizen (Dem.). S-W 2,600 




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Gazette-News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. 3,000 
Register (Rep.), W 2,100 


BURLINGTON— Pop. 3,692— Alamance Co. 
—Pop. 25,655. 
Herald (Dem.), S-W 1,000 




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News (Dem.), W 2,500 


CHARLOTTE — Pop. 20,050 — Mecklen- 
burg Co.— Pop. 55,268. 

Chronicle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,550 

Industrial Journal (Lab.) , W 1 ,250 

Medical Journal (Med.), M 9,000 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4,500 

Observer (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . 6,700 
Observer (Dem.), S-W 5,000 




People's Paper (Pop.) , W 1 ,040 

Southern Publisher M 2,100 


Times-Democrat (Dem.), Semi- 
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North Carolina— Continued 

CONCORD — Pop. 7,910 — Cabarrus Co. — 
—Pop. 22,456. 

Times (Dem.),W 2,160 

Tribune (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Tribune (Dem.), S-W 1,000 

DURHAM — Pop. 6,679 — Durham Co. — 
Pop. 26,233. 

Herald (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon 3,450 

Recorder (Dem.), S-W 1,000 

Thrift (Lab.), W 1,800 

ELIZABETH CITY— Pop. 6,348 — Pasquo- 
tank Co.— Pop. 13,660. 

Carolinian (Rep.), W 1,000 

Economist (Dem.), W 1.600 

FAYETTEVILLE — Pop. 4,670 — Cumber- 
land Co.— Pop. 29,249. 

Observer (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,550 

Observer (Dem.), S-W . 2,150 

GASTONIA — Pop. 4,610 — Gaston Co. — 
Pop. 27,903. 

Gazette (Dem.), S-W 1,300 

News (Dem.), S-W 2,000 

GOLDSBORO — Pop. 5,877 — Wayne Co. 
—Pop. 31 ,,356. 

Argus (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Argus (Dem.), W 2,050 

Headlight (Dem.), W 5,300 

GRAHAM — Pop. 2,050 — Almance Co. — 
Pop. 25,655. 

Gleaner (Dem.), W 1,050 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,145 

GREENSBORO — Pop. 12,100 — Guilford 
Co.— Pop. 39,074. 

Patriot (Dem.),W 1,200 

Record (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Telegram (Dem.) , morn. , ex. Mon ... 1 ,750 

GREENVILLE — Pop. 2,565 — Pitt Co. — 
Pop. 30,889. 

Eastern Reflect or (Dem.) , S-W 1 ,050 

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North Carolina — Continued 

HENDERSON — Pop. 3,746 — Vance Co. — 
Pop. 16,684. 

Gold Leaf (Dem.), W 1,150 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,040 

HICKORY — Pop. 2,535 — Catawba Co. — 
Pop. 22,133. 

Claremont College Herald, M 5,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Times-Mercury (Pop.), W 1,500 

HIGH POINT — Pop. 4,163 — Guilford Co. 
—Pop. 39,074. 
Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,520 

KINSTON — Pop. 4,106 — Lenoir Co. —Pop. 
18,639. 
Free Press (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,000 
Free Press (Dem.), S-W 1,600 

LEXINGTON — Pop. 1,234 — Davidson Co. 
Pop. 23,403. 
Dispatch (Dem.), W 8,000 

MONROE — Pop. 2,427 — Union Co. — Pop. 
27,156. 

Enquirer (Dem.), W 2,850 

Journal (Dem.)^ W 1,600 

NEW BERNE — Pop. 9,090 — Craven Co. 
—Pop. 24,160. 
Journal (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 1,000 
Journal (Dem.), S-W 1,800 

RALEIGH — Pop. 13,643 — Wake Co. — 

Pop. 54,626. 

Caucasian (Pop.), W 7,500 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,000 

Farmer and Mechanic (Agri. and 

Fam.),W 7,100 

News and Observer (Dem.), morn., 

ex. Mon 9,200 

North Carolinian (Dem.), W 7,100 

Post (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 6,780 

Progressive Farmer (Agri.), W 12,500 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,300 





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REIDSVILLE — Pop. 3,262 — Rockingham 
Co. — Pop. 33,163. 

Review (Dem.), S-W 1,650 

Webster's Weekly (Dem.), W 1,800 

SALISBURY — Pop. 6,277 — Rowlen Co. 
—Pop. 31,066. 

Sun (Dem.). eve., ex. Sun....; 1,200 

Sun (Dem.); W 1,050 

Truth Index (Dem.), S-W 1,100 

SHELBY — Pop. 1,847 — Cleveland Co. — 
Pop. 25,078. 

Aurora (Dem.), W 2,500 

Star (Dem.), W 2,450 

SPARTA — Pop. 501 — Alleghany Co. — 
Pop. 7,759. 
Star (Dem.), W.^ 2,800 

STATES VILLE — Pop. 3,141 — Iredell Co. 
—Pop. 29,064. 

Landmark (Dem.), S-W 1,800 

Mascot (Dem.), W 1,550 

WADESBORO — Pop. 1,546 — Anson Co. — 
Pop. 21,870. 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,300 

Messenger and Intelligencer (Dem.), 

W 2,000 

WASHINGTON — t'op. 4,842 — Beaufort 
Co.— Pop. 26,404. 
Progress (Dem.), W 1,650 

WILMINGTON — Pop. 21,300— New Han- 
over Co. —Pop. 25,785. 

Dispatch (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,200 

Messenger (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon... 2,100 

Messenger (Dem.), S-W 2,800 

Star (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 2,700 

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North Carolina — Continued 

WILSON — Pop. 3,525 — Wilson Co. — Pop. 
23,596. 

News (Dem.\ eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

News (Dem.), W 1,100 

Times (Dem.\ eve., ex. Sun 1,150 

Times (Dem.), W..: 2,600 

WINSTON-SALEM — Pop. 14,647 — For- 
sythe Co. — Pop. 35,261. 
Journal (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 1,900 

Saturdav Globe (Dem.), W 1,600 

Sentinel (Dem,), eve., ex. Sun 2,200 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,000 

Southern Home Journal (Lit.), M. . . 100,000 
Union Republican (Rep.) , W 6,000 



North Dakota 

Population 436,451. 

ASHLEY — Pop. £00— Mcintosh Co. — Pop. 
4,818. 
Republican (English Ger. Rep.), W. 1,000 
Tribune (Rep.), W. 1,000 

BISMARCK — Pop. 3,319 — Burleigh Co. — 
—Pop. 6,081. (C.) 

Palladium (Rep.), S-W 1,300 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,250 

DEVILS LAKE — Pop. 1,729 — Ramsey Co. 
—Pop. 9,198. 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,100 

Inter Ocean (Rep.), W 1,750 

Journal (Ind.), W 1,950 

News (Dem.), W 1,100 

DICKINSON — Pop. 2,076 — Stark Co. — 
Pop. 7,621. 
Press (Rep.), W 1,300 







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FARGO — Pop. 9,589 — Cass Co. —Pop. 

28,625. 
Call and Argus (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Mon 3,000 

Call and Argus (Rep.) , W 2,750 

Forum and Republican (Rep.), eve., 

ex. Sun 5,945 

Forum and Republican (Rep.), W . . 6,834 

Fram (Norweg.), S-W 7,000 

N. D. Workman (Frat.), M 9,900 

Posten (Rep. Norw.-Dan.) , W 6,000 

Staats Presse (Ger. Rep.) , W 1 ,200 

GRAFTON— Pop. 2,378 —Walsh Co. 

News and Times (Dem.) , W 1 ,540 

Record (Rep.), W 1,500 

GRAND FORKS — Pop. 7,652 — Grand Co. 

Forks Co.— Pop 24,459. 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,650 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 7,364 

Herald (Rep.). Sun 7,434 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,350 

Normanden (Dan.-Norweg.), W .... 7,000 
Press and Plaindealer (Dem.), eve., 

ex. Sun 2,450 

Plaindealer (Dem.), W 2,300 

HILLSBORO — Pop. 1,172 — Trail Co. — 
Pop. 13,107. • 

Banner (Rep.), W 1,300 

Statstidende (Dan.-Norweg.), W . . . 1,500 

JAMESTOWN — Pop. 2,853 — Slutsman Co. 
—Pop. 9,143. 

Alert (Ind. Rep.), W 1,000 

Capital (Rep.), W 1,000 

LANGDON — Pop. 1,188 — Cavalier Co. — 
Pop. 12,580. 

Courier-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,520 

LISBON — Pop. 1,046 — Ransom Co. — Pop. 
6,919. 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,400 

N. D. Farmer (Agri.), M 2,000 









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MANDAN — Pop. 1,658 — Morton Co. — 
Pop. 8,069. 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,800 

Pioneer (Rep.), W . . . . .' 2,000 

MINOT — Pop. 1,277 — Ward Co. — Pop. 
7,961. 
Reporter (Rep.) , W 2,500 

PARK RIVER — Pop. 1,088 — Walsh Co. — 
Pop. 20,288. 
Ga7ette-^"ews (Dem.), W 1,150 

VALLEY CITY — Pop. 2,446 — Barnes Co. 
—Pop. 13,159. 
Times-Record (Rep.), W 1,850 

WAHPETON — Pop. 2,228 — Richland Co. 
—Pop. 17,887. 

Gazette (Ind. Rep.) , W 1 ,800 

Globe (Rep.), W 1 ,650 

Times (Dem.), W 1,500 

WALHALLA — Pop. 377 — Pembina Co. — 
Poo. 17,809. 
Mountaineer (Rep.). S-W 1,100 

Ohio 

Population 4,302,860. 
ADA — Pop. 2,576 — Hardin Co. — Pop. 
31,187. 

Record (Local), W 1,180 

University Herald, W 1,183 

AKRON — Pop. 48,000 — Summit Co. — 

Pop. 71,715. 

Beacon-Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 11,200 

Beacon-Journal (Rep.) , W 4, 150 

Germania (Ger. Ind.), T-W 1,500 

Germania (Ger. Ind.), W 1,300 

Pathfinder (Frat.), M 20,000 

People (Lab.), W 2,100 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 9,870 

Times-Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Times-Democrat (Dem.), W 3,800 

Sun 8,060 



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Ohio— Continued 

ALLIANCE — Pop. 8,974 — Stark Co. — 
Pop. 94,747. 

Leader (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

Leader (Dem.), S-W 3,100 

Review (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Review (Rep.), S-W 4,100 

Schemer (Mail Order), M 5,000 

ANTWERP — Pop. 1,206 — Paulding Co. — 
Pop. 27,528. 

Argus (Ind.), W 1,200 

Bee (Rep.), W. 1,140 

ASHLAND — Pop. 4,087 — Ashland Co. — 
Pop. 21,184. 

Press (Dem.), W. 3,500 

Times-Gazette (Ind.) , eve., ex. Sun . 1,000 

Times-Gazette (Ind.), W 1,500 

ASHTABULA — Pop. 14,200 — Ashtabula 

Co.— Pop. 51,448. 
Amerikan Sanomvat (Rep. Fin.), 

W. 11,050 

Beacon-Record (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun .3,583 

Democratic Standard (Dem.), W . . . 1,608 

Telegraph (Rep.), W 2,410 

ATHENS — Pop. 3,066 — Athens Co. — Pop. 
38,730. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 3,450 

Journal (Dem.), W 2,100 

Messenger and Herald (Rep.), W . . . 3,500 

Ohio Teacher (Edu.), M 9,600 

BARBERTOWN — Pop. 4,354 — Summit 
Co.— Pop. 71,715. 

News (Ind.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

BARNES VILLE — Pop. 3,721 — Belmont 
Co.— Pop. 60,875. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 2,300 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 





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Ohio — Continued 

BATAVIA — Pop. 1,029 — Clermont Co. — 
Pop. 31,610. 

Courier (Rep.), W 3,100 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,250 

Sun (Dem.), W 2,200 

BELLAIRE — Pop. 9,912 — Belmont Co. — 
Pop. 60,875. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,550 

Herald-Tribune (Dem.), W 1,000 

BELLEFONTAINE — Pop. 6,649 — Logan 
Co.— Pop. 30,420. 

Examiner (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,950 

Examiner (Dem.), W 1,250 

Index (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

Index (Rep.), W 3,700 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 2,000 

BELLE VUE — Pop. 4,101 — Huron Co. — 
Pop. 32,330. 

Gazette (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Gazette (Ind.), W 1,460 

News (Rep.), W 1,400 

BEREA — Pop. 2,510 — Cuyahogo Co. — 
Pop. 439,120. 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 1,260 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,410 

BLUFFTON — Pop. 1,783 - Allen Co. — 
Pop. 47,976. 

Farm und Haus (Agri. Ger.), M 5,500 

Leader (Dem.), W 1,000 

News (Ind.), W 1,700 

BOWLING GREEN — Pop. 5,067 — Wood 
Co.— Pop. 51,555. 

Democrat (Dem.), W. 3,800 

Free Press (Ind.), S-W 2,400 

Sentinel (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 3,400 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 3,000 





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BRYAN — Pop. 3,131 — Williams Co. — 
Pop. 24,953. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,250 

Pi-ess (Rep.), W 1,300 

BUCYRUS — Pop. 6,560 — Crawford Co. — 
Pop. 33,915. 

Courier (Dem. Ger.), W 1,000 

Forum (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Journal (Ind. Rep.), W 1,550 

News Forum (Dem.), S-W 1,000 

Telegraph (Rep.),. eve., ex. Sun 1,425 

CADIZ — Pop. 1,755— Harrison Co. — Pop. 
20,486. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

News (Rep.\ W 1,280 

Republican), (Rep,), W 2,610 

Sentinel (Dem.), W.... 1,300 

CALDWELL — Pop. 927 — Noble Co. — 
Pop. 19,466. 

Press (Dem.), W 1,310 

Republican Journal (Rep.), W 2,285 

CAMBRIDGE — Pop. 8,241 — Guernsey Co. 
—Pop. 34,425. 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,240 

Jeffersonian (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Jeflfersonian (Ind.), W 1,980 

Republican Press (Rep.), W 2,000 

Sun (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,450 

Times (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 1,500 

Times (Rep.), W 1,300 

CANAL DOVER — Pop. 5,422— Tuscarawas 
Co.— Pop. 53,751. 

Herald (Ind.), W 2,000 

Reporter (Rep.), W 3,055 

CANTON — Pop. 30,667 — Stark Co. — Pop. 
94,747. 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 3,600 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 7,600 

Ohio Volks-Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), W. 1,000 





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Ohio — Continued 

CANTON--Continued. 

Repository (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. ... 1 2,29 1 

Repository (Rep.), Sun 8,989 

Repository (Rep.), W 2,88 1 

Roller Monthly (Illus.), M 5,500 

CARROLTON — Pop. 1,271 — Carroll Co. 
—Pop. 16,811. 

Chronicle (Dem.), W 1,300 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,100 

Republican Standard (Rep.), W. . . . 2,600 

CELINA — Pop. 2,815 — Mercer Co. — Pop. 

28,021. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,042 

Mercer County Bote (Dem. Ger.) .... 1,498 
Mercer County Standard (Dem.), 

S-W 1,240 

Observer (Rep.), W 1,000 

CHAGRIN FALLS — Pop. 1,586 — Cuya- 
hoga Co.— Pop. 439,120. 

Exponent (Ind.), W 3,000 

CHARDON — Pop. 1 ,360 — Geauga Co. — 
Pop. 14,744. 

Record (Dem.), W 1,100 

Repubhcan (Rep.),W 1,800 

CHICAGO — Pop. 2 348 — Huron Co.— Pop 
32 330 

Times (Ind.), W 1,460 

CHILLICOTHE — Pop. 13,500 — Ross Co. 

—Pop. 40,940. 
Advertiser and Register (Dem.), 

S-W 1,840 

News Advertiser (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,500 

Register (Ind.), W 1,800 

Scioto Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,950 

Scioto Gazette (Rep.) , W 5,000 

Unsere Zeit (Ger. Ind.), W 1,300 



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Ohio — Continued 

CINCINNATI — Pop, 332,934 — Hamilton 

Co.— Pop. 409,479. 
Abend Presse (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun...^ 31,200 

American Grange Bulletin (Agri.), 

W 60,000 

American Israelite (Ind.), W 25,500 

American Musician (Trade), M 9,400 

Bill Board (Adv.), M 12,000 

Brauer Zeitung (Trade), W 20,000 

Chronicle (Labor), W 5,500 

Commercial Gazette (Rep.), W 64,648 

Commercial Tribune (Rep.), morn. . 63,369 
Commercial Tribune (Rep.), Sun. . . 67,872 

Dental Register (Dent.), M 1,600 

Eclectic Medical Gleaner, M 4,100 

Enquirer (Dem.), morn 80,000 

Enquirer (Dem.), Sun 183,000 

Enquirer (Dem.), W 209,739 

Express-Gazette (Exp.), M 16,700 

Farm Money Maker (Agri.), M 32,000 

Freie Presse (Ger. Rep.), morn 12,600 

Freie Presse (Ger. Rep.) , W 9,000 

Furniture Worker, S-M 6,000 

Gas Engine (Trade), M 3,000 

Harness World (Trade), M 5,600 

Implement & Vehicle News (Trade), 

M , 8,000 

Iron Moulders' Journal, M 37,600 

Knights' Review (Frat.), M 12,600 

Lancet Clinic (Med.), M 8,000 

Merchant Sentinel (Com.), W. ... 4,900 

Monitor Magazine (Lit.), M 10,100 

National Humane Educator, M 31 ,000 

Ohio Workman (Lab.), M 8,350 

Post (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 141,883 

Phonographic Magazine (Edu.), M. . 10,400 

Republican (Rep. & Lit.), M 10,000 

Riverside News (Loc), W 1,300 

Sonntagsblatt (Ind. Ger.), Sun 32,400 

Sonntag Morgen (Ger. Dem.), S 23,700 

Southwest (Ind.), W 6,600 

Spokesman (Trade), M 7,600 

Sportsman's Review, W . 32,500 



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Ohio— Continued 

CINCINNATI— Continued. 

Times-Star (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 149,500 
Volksblatt (Ger. Rep.), morn., ex. 

Sun 14,300 

Volksblatt (Ger. Rep.), W 14,050 

Volksfreund (Ger. Dem.), morn., ex. 

Sun. 12,500 

Volksfreund (Ger. Dem.), W 25,000 

Western Architect and Builder, M. . 2,500 
Westliche Blaetter (Ger. Ind. Rep.), 

Sun 26,000 



CIRCLE VILLE — Pop. 6,991 — Pickaway 

Co.— Pop. 27,016. 
Democrat and Watchman (Dem.), 

W 2,000 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1 ,450 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,300 

Union Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. 1,000 

Union Herald (Rep.), W 2,100 

CLEVELAND — Pop. — 414,950— Cuyahoga 

Co.— Pop. 439,120. 
American (Ind. Bohem.), morn., 

ex. Sun 4,000 

American Farmer, M . . ." 5,200 

American Magazine, M 10,000 

American Sportsman (Sport), W., . . 7,500 

Artisan Labor, W 6,000 

Buckeye Trail (Frat.), M 5,844 

Citizen (Lab.), W 12,600 

Cleveland Herold (Ger. Rep.) 12,500 

Commercial Bulletin (Ind.), morn., 

ex. Sun 5,400 

Deutsche Krieger Zeitung, S-M 4,900 

Engineers' Review (Mech.), M 25,000 

Finance (Com.), W 12,000 

Freie Presse (Ger. Ind.), W 1,500 

Gazette (Negro Rep.), W 5,100 

Graphic Sentinel (Ind.), W 4,800 

Inland Grocer (Trade), W 5,000 

Iron Trade Review 5,000 

Journal of Medicine (Med.) , M 2,536 

Jutrzenka ((Polish Ind.) , W 5,000 

Leader (Rep.), morn., and eve 50,000 







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CINCINNATI— Coutinued. 

Leader (Rep.), Sun 60,000 

Locomotive Engineers' Journal, M. . 52,000 

Marine Review (Trade), W 5,000 

Medical Journal, M 2,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 69,079 

Ohio Architect and Builder, M 12,600 

Ohio Farmer (Agri.), W 100,000 

Plaindealer (Dem.), morn 62,411 

Plaindealer (Dem.), Sun 73,103 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 146,685 

R. R. Trainmen's Journal, M 82,000 

Recorder (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 16,000 

Socialistische Arbeiter Z/eitung 

(Soc.),W 3,100 

Spectator (Lit.), W 5,300 

Szabadsag (Ind. Hungar.), W 10,000 

Town Topics (Socy.), W 5,000 

Volksfreund (Ger. Labor), W 3,500 

Volnost (Bohem. Rep.), D 6,700 

Waechterund Anzeiger(Ger. Dem.), 

eve., ex. Sun 27,800 

Waechterund Anzeiger(Ger. Dem.), 

Sun 19,200 

CLYDE — Pop. 2,515 — Sandusky Co. — 
Pop. 34,311. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,135 

Enterprise (Rep.), S-W 1,210 

Farmers' Reporter (Dem.), W 1,050 

COLUMBUS — Pop. 135,500 — Franklin Co. 

—Pop. 164,460. 

Advertising World, M 18,200 

Agi-icultural Student (Agri.), M 2,000 

Citizen (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 27,245 

Companion and American Odd 

Fellow, M 12,550 

Courier (Dem. Ger), T-W 5,800 

Dispatch (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 34,063 

Dispatch (Ind.), Sun 32,140 

Express and West bote (Ger. Rep.), 

eve., ex. Sun 12,000 

Express (Ger. Ind.), W 16,000 

Familien Freund (Dem. Ger.) , Sun . . 5,800 







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Ohio— Continued 

COLUMBUS— Continued. 

Hunter-Trader-Trapper (Sport), M. 25,000 

Knight (K. of P.), M 8,000 

Masonic Chronicle, M 13,500 

Medical Talk, M 75,000 

Midland Druggist, M 2,100 

Ohio Educational Monthly 5,100 

Ohio State Journal (Rep.), morn 39,429 

Ohio State Journal (Rep.), Sun 30,000 

Penman and Artist (Edu.), M 7,000 

Plumber, M 7,000 

Press-Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 24,492 

Press-Post (Dem.), Sun 24,492 

Sample Case (Com. Trav.), M 39,650 

Sonntagsgast (Ind. Ger.), Sun. .... 15,000 

Town Topics (Ind.), W 1,600 

West bote (Ger. Dem.), S-W 8,400 

Wine and Spirit News, M 3,000 

CONXEAXT — Pop. 7,133 — Ashtabula Co. 
—Pop. 51,448. 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

Post-Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 1,775 

COSHOCTON — Pop. 6,473 — Coshocton 
Co.— Pop. 29,337. 

Age (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,050 

Age (Rep.), W 1,.350 

Democrat and Standard (Dem.), W. 2,300 
Wochenblatt (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

CRESTLINE — Pop. 3,282 — Crawford Co. 
—Pop. 33,915. 

Advocate (Ind.), W 2,200 

News-Democrat (Dem.) , W 1 ,.300 

CUYAHOGA FALLS — Pop. 3,186 — Sum- 
mit Co. — Pop. 71,715. 
Reporter (Ind.), W 1,700 

DAYTON — Pop. 92,600 — Montgomery Co. 
—Pop. 130,146. 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 21,301 

Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 10,500 

Journal (Rep.), W 4,700 

News (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 22,000 







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Poultry Journal (Poult.), M 10,200 

Volkszeitung (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun..: 1,955 

Volkszeitung (Ger. Ind.) , W 2,250 

World (Ind.), Sun 5,OOo 




DEFIANCE — Pop. 7,597 — Defiance Co. — 

Pop. 26,387. 
Crescent-News (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,600 

Democrat (Dem.), weekly edition 

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Express (Rep.) , eve. , ex. Sun 1 ,000 

Express (Rep.), W 2,000 

Herold (Ger. Dem.), W 1,300 


DELAWARE — Pop. 7,940 — Delaware Co. 
—Pop. 26,401. 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Gazette (Rep.) S-W 1,920 


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Journal Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,500 

Journal Herald (Dem.) , W 2,200 


DELPHGS — Pop. 4,517 — Allen Co. — Pop. 
47,976. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

Kleeblatt (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 




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DELTA — Pop. 1,230 — Fulton Co. — Pop. 
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Atlas (Ind.), W 1,600 




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EAST LIVERPOOL— Pop. 18,500— Colum- 
bian Co. — Pop, 68,590. 

Review (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,452 

Review & Crisis (Rep.) , W 2,600 

Tribune (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,600 




EATON — Pop. 3,155 — Preble Co. — Pop. 
23,713. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,400 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,700 

Register (Rep.), W 1,600 





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Ohio — Continuod. 

ELYRIA — Pop. 8,791 — Lorain Co. — Pop. 
54,857. 

Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,700 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,900 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Reporter (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2.350 

Reporter (Rep.)., W . 3,600 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,800 

FINDLAY — Pop. 20,700 — Hancock Co. — 
Pop. 41,993. 

Courier (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,950 

Courier-Union (Dem.), W 3,800 

Jeffersonian (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 1,850 

Jeffersonian (Rep.), W 2,200 

Republican (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. . 4,100 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 2,600 

Wochenblatt (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

FOSTORIA — Pop. 7,730 — Seneca Co. — 

Pop. 41,163. 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 1,300 

Review-Dispatch (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Sun 1,050 

Review-Dispatch (Rep.), W 1,000 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

FRANKLIN — Pop. 2,714 — Warren Co. — 
—Pop. 25,584. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,500 

News (Dem.), W 1,000 

FREMONT — Pop. 8,439 — Sandusky Co. 
—Pop. 34,311. 

Courier (Dem. Ger.), W 1,364 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 1,440 

Messenger (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,100 

Messenger (Dem.), S-W 1,500 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

News (Ind.), S-W 2,400 

GALION — Pop. 7,282 — Cra^-ford Co. — 
Pop. 33,915. 

Inquirer (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Inquirer (Dem.), W 1,100 

Leader (Loc), eve., ex. Sun 1,050 

Sun-Review (Rep.), W 1,040 











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Ohio— Continued 

GALLIPOLIS — Pop. 5,432 — Gallia Co. — 
Pop. 27,918. 

Bulletin (Dem.), W 2,300 

Gallia Times (Rep.) , W 2,800 

Hunter-Trader-Trapper (Trade), M. 20,000 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,500 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,300 

GENEVA — Pop. 2,342 — Ashtabula Co. — 
Pop. 51,448. 
Free Press-Times (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,046 

GRANVILLE — Pop. 1,425 — Licking Co. — 
Pop. 47,070. 
Times (Ind.), W 1,000 

GREENFIELD— Pop. 3,979 — Highland Co. 
—Pop. 30,982. 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,280 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,000 

GREENVILLE — Pop. 5,501 — Darke Co. 
—Pop. 42,532. 

Advocate (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Advocate (Dem.), W 1,650 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,200 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Deutsche Umschau (Ger. Dem.), W. 1,200 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,200 

Tribune (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. ..;... 1,000 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,850 

HAMILTON — Pop. 26,000 — Butler Co. — 

Pop. 56,870. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 4,300 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,800 

RepubHcan News (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 6,650 

Republican News (Rep.), W 4,000 

Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 5,400 

Sun (Dem.), W 3,300 

Volks-Stimme und National Zeitung 

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HICKSVILLE — Pop. 2,520 — Defiance Co. 
—Pop, 26,387. 

News (Ind.), W 1,250 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,040 

HILLSBORO — Pop. 4,535 — Highland Co. 
—Pop, 30,982. 

Dispatch (Rep.), W 2,250 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,900 

News-Herald (Rep.), W 1,850 

IRONTON — Pop. 12,200 — Lawrence Co. 
—Pop. 39,534. 

Irontonian (Dem.) , morn., ex. Mon . 1 ,700 

Irontonian (Dem.), S-W 2,200 

Register (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,640 

Register (Rep.), W 3,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,500 

JACKSON — Pop. 4,672 — Jackson Co. — 
Pop. 34,248. 

Herald (Dem.), S-W 1,560 

Standard- Journal (Rep.) , W 1 ,800 

Sun (Rep.), S-W 1,840 

JEFFERSON — Pop. 1,319 — Ashtabula Co. 
—Pop. 51,448. 

Gazette (Rep.), T-W 1,560 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,700 

Tribune (Ind.), S-W 1,500 

KENT — Pop. 4,541 — Portage Co. — Pop. 
29,246. 

Bulletin (Ind.), W 1,300 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,900 

KENTON — Pop. 6,852 — Hardin Co. — 
Pop. 31,187. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,000 

Graphic News (Ind.), W 2,400 

News-Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,500 

Press (Dem.), W 2,000 

Wochenblatt (Ger. Neut.), W 1,000 









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LANCASTER — Pop. 8,991 — Fairfield Co. 
—Pop. 34,259. 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 1,650 

Eagle (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Eagle (Dem.), W 2,500 

Gazette (Rep.), €ve., ex. Sun 1,850 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,700 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,700 

LEBANON — Pop. 2,867 — Warren Co. — 
Pop. 25,584. 

Jersey Hustler (Live Stock), S-M. . . 10,000 

Patriot (Dem.), W 2,610 

Record (Rep.), W 1,250 

WesternStar (Rep.), W 2,400 

LEIPSIC — Pop. 1,726 — Putnam Co. — 
Pop. 32,525. 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,540 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

LIMA — Pop. 25,500 — Allen Co. — Pop. 

47,976. 

Advertiser (Ind.), W 2,468 

Courier (Dem. Ger.), W 1,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,200 

Republican Gazette (Rep.), morn., 

ex. Mon 3,293 

Republican Gazette (Rep.), S-W... . 2,315 
Times-Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,000 

Times-Democrat (Dem.), S-W 4,500 

LISBON — Pop. 3,330 — Columbiana Co. — 
Pop. 68,590. 

Buckeye State (Rep.), W 2,550 

Patriot (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Patriot (Ind.), S-W 3,550 

LOGAN — Pop. 3,480 — Hocking Co. — Pop. 
24 398 

Journal-Gazette (Rep.), W 3,000 

Ohio Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,300 





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LONDON — Pop. 3,511 — Madison Co. — 
Pop. 20,590. 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 3,500 

Enterprise (Rep.), S-W 1,500 

Times (Rep.), W 1,480 

LORAIN — Pop. 16,028 — Lorain Co.— Pop. 
54,857. 

News (Dem.), W 3,200 

Post (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

Times-Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. 3,000 
Tribune (Ind.), W 1,200 

LONDON VILLE — Pop. 1,581 — Ashland 
Co.— Pop. 21,184. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 2,100 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

McARTHUR — Pop. 941 — Vinton Co. — 
Pop. 15,330. 

Democrat-Enquirer (Dem.), W 1,800 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,550 

McCONNELLS VILLE — Pop. 1,825 — Mor- 
gan Co.— Pop. 17,905. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Herald (Rep.), S-W 1,750 

MANSFIELD — Pop. 18,900 — Richland Co. 
—Pop. 44,289. 

Courier (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4, .332 

News (Rep.), W 2,000 

Shield (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Shield and Banner (Dem.^, W 2,700 

MARIETTA — Pop. 14,900 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 48,245. 

Herald (Ind.), Sun 2,550 

Journal (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 2,150 

Leader (Rep.), morn 2,400 

Leader (Rep.), W 2,600 

Register (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,640 

Register (Rep.), W. 2,420 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

Times (Dem.), W 1,800 

Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), W 1,050 





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Ohio— Continued 

MARION — Pop. 13,100 — Marion Co. — 
Pop. 26,678. 

Deutsche Presse (Ger. Dem.),- W. . . . 1,000 

Mirror (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,800 

Mirror (Dem.), S-W 2,600 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,500 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,094 

Star (Rep.), W 2,760 

MARTIN'S FERRY — Pop. 7,760— Belmont 
Co.— Pop. 60,875. 

News (Rep.), W 2,000 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

Times (Rep.), W 1,000 

MARYSVILLE — Pop. 3,042 — Union Co. — 
Pop. 22,342. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,500 

Tribune (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 600 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,800 

MASSILLON — Pop. 11,944 — Stark Co. — 
Pop. 94,747. 

Gleaner (Ind.), morn 2,200 

Gleaner (Ind.), W 1,300 

Independent (Rep,), eve., ex. Sun.. . 2,650 

Independent (Rep.) , S-W 2,300 

MEDINA — Pop. 2,232 — Medina Co. — 
Pop. 21,958. (N.) 

Gazette (Rep.), W 3,400 

Gleanings in Bee Culture, M 20,000 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,540 

MIDDLETOWN — Pop. 9,215 — Butler Co. 
—Pop. 56,870. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 1,200 

Signal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Signal (Dem.), W 1,740 

MILLERSBURG — Pop. 1,998 — Holme^ 
Co.— Pop. 19,511. 

Farmer (Dem.), W 2,700 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,400 



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Ohio— Continued 

MONTPELIER — Pop. 1,869 — AVilliam Co. 
—Pop. 24,953. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,500 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,300 

MT. GILEAD — Pop. 1,528 — Morrow Co. — 
Pop. 17,870. 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 2,100 

Union Register (Dem.), W 1,510 

MT. VERNON — Pop. 6,633 — Knox Co. — 
Pop. 27,768. 

Banner (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

Banner (Dem.), S-W 3,500 

Republican News (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,490 

. Republican News (Rep.), S-W 3,100 

NAPOLEON — Pop. 3,639 — Henry Co. — 
Pop. 27,282. 
Democratic Northwest (Dem.) , W . . 2,500 

DeutscherDemokrat (Dem.),W 1,500 

Signal (Rep.), W 1,600 

NEWARK — Pop. 18,157 — Licking Co. — 

Pop. 47,070. 

Advocate (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4, 1 93 

Advocate (Dem.), S-W 3,198 

American Tribune (Rep.), ev ., ex. 

Sun 2,600 

American Tribune (Rep.), S-W 2,400 

Express (Ger. Dem.), W 1 ,100 

NEW BREMEN — Pop. 1,318 — Auglaize 
Co. 
Stern des Westlichen Ohio (Gor. 

Dcm.),W 1,240 

Sun (Rep.), W 1,000 

NEW COMERSTOWN — Pop. 2,659 — Tus- 
carawas Co. — Pop. 53,751. 

Index (Ind.), W 1,750 

News (Ind.), W 1,000 

NEW CONCORD — Pop. 675 — Muskingum 
Co.— Pop. -■:.3,185. 
Enterprise (Ind), W 1,500 





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Ohio— Continued 

NEW LEXINGTON — Pop. 1,701 — Perry 
Co.— Pop. 31,841. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,800 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,500 

NEW PHILADELPHIA — Pop. 6,213 — 
Tuscarawas Co. — Pop. 53,751. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,500 

Deutscher Beobaehter (Ger. Dem.), 

W 1,200 

Ohio Democrat and Times (Dem.), 

W 3,200 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,200 

NILES — Pop. 7,468 — Trumbull Co. — Pop. 
46,591. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,350 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

News (Rep.), W 1,150 

NORWALK — Pop. 7,074 — Huron Co. — 
Pop. 32,330. 

Central States Railroad Guide, M. . . . 15,000 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,200 

Columbia (Ger. Dem.), W 1,300 

Experiment (Dem.), W 2,850 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,950 

News (Ind.), W 2,700 

Ohio Law Bulletin, W 4,550 

Reflector (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

Reflector (Rep.), S-W 2,540 

NORWOOD — Pop. 6,480 — Hamilton Co. 
—Pop. 409,479. 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 2,450 

Gazette (Rep.), W 3,000 

OAK HARBOR — Pop. 1,631 — Ottawa Co. 
—Pop. 22,213. 

Exponent (Dem.), W 1,750 

Press (Ind.), W 1,520 

OBERLIN — Pop. 4,082 — Lorain Co. — 
Pop. 54,857. 

News (Rep.), S-W... 1,740 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,610 



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OTTAWA — Pop. 2,322 — Putnam Co. — 
Pop. 32,525. 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), W 1,500 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,200 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,030 

PAINESVILLE — Pop. 5,024 — Lake Co. 
—Pop. 21,680. 

Courier (Dem.), Ger. W 1,200 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,200 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,350 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,050 

Telegraph (Rep.), W 1,245 

PAULDING — Pop. 2,080 — Paulding Co. 
—Pop. 27,528. 

Democrat (Dem.), W • 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,640 

PIQUA — Pop. 13,100 — Miami Co. — Pop. 

43,105. 

Call (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,750 

Helmet (Rep.), W 1,050 

Leader-Dispatch (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,320 

Leader Journal (Dem.) , W 1 ,200 

Miami Post (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

POMEROY — Pop. 4,639 — Meigs Co.— Pop. 

28,620. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,610 

Independent (Ind.), W 2,366 

Leader (Rep.), W 3,200 

Tribune-Telegraph (Rep.), W 3,000 

PORT CLINTON — Pop. 2,450 — Ottawa 
Co.— Pop. 22,213. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,200 

News-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 









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PORTSMOUTH — Pop. 17,870 — Scioto Co. 
—Pop. 40,981. 

Blade (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,550 

Blade (Rep.), S-W 5,000 

Correspondent (Ger. Ind.), W 2,000 

Times (Dem.),eve., ex. Sun 3,100 

Times (Dem.),W 1,600 

Valley Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,500 

RAVENNA — Pop. 4,003 — Portage Co. — 
Pop. 29,246. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,450 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,100 

RICHWOOD — Pop. 1,640 — Union Co. — 
Pop. 22,342. 

Gazette (Ind.), W 1,950 

Review (Rep.), W 1,250 

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Pop. 1,210 — Belmont 
Co.— Pop. 60,875. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,340 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,700 

ST. MARY'S — Pop. 5,359 — Anglaize Co. — 
Pop. 31,192. 
Argus and Democrat (Dem.), W. . . . 1,150 
Graphic (Rep.), W 1,000 

ST. PARIS — Pop. 1,222 — Champaign Co. 
—Pop. 26,642. 
News-Dispatch (Dem.), W 1,800 

SALEM — Pop. 7,582 — Columbiana Co. — 
Pop. 68,590. 

Bulletin (Ind.), W 1,650 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,673 

News (Rep.), W 3,152 

SANDUSKY — Pop. 20,100 — Erie Co. — 
Pop. 37,650. 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), S-W 800 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

Register (Rep.), morn 3,400 



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Ohio— Continued 

SANDUSKY— Continued. 

Register (Rep.) , Sun 3,000 

Register (Rep.), W 3,240 

Star-Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... 5,050 

Star-Journal (Dem.), W 3,100 

SHELBY — Pop. 4,685 — Richmond Co. — 
Pop. 44,289. 

Globe (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

News (Dem.), W 1,000 

SIDNEY — Pop. 5,688 — Shelby Co. — Pop. 
24,625. 

Anzeiger (Ger. Dem.), W 1,300 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,500 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,340 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,700 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 



SPRINGFIELD — Pop. 40,200 — Clark Co. 

—Pop. 58;933. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 3,500 
Democrat and Transcript (Dem.), 

W 3,000 

Farm and Fireside (Eastern and 

Western Editions) (Agri.) , S-M . . 360,000 

Farm News (Agri.), M 101 ,672 

Floral Life (Flor. and Househ.), M. . 125,000 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

Gazette (Rep.), W. 2,900 

Journal und Adler (Ger. Ind.), T-W. 2,400 

Poultry Success, M 26,500 

Sun (Ind.), morn 1 0,5 1 6 

Woman's Home Companion (Fam.), 

M 512,572 

STEUBENVILLE — Pop. 14,349 — Jeffer- 
son Co.— Pop. 44,357. 

Gazette (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun ...... 1,000 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,550 

Germania (Ger. Ind.), W 1,450 

Herald-Star (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun . . . 4,500 

Herald-Star (Rep.), W 3,500 









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TIFFIN — Pop. 10,989 — Seneca Co. — Top. 

41,163. 

Advertiser (Dem.)^ eve., ex. Sun .... 1 ,950 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 4,500 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Presse (Ger. Dem.), W. 1,000 

Tribune and Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,300 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,250 

TOLEDO. — Pop. 145,901 — Lucas Co. — 

Pop. 170,559. 
American Farm and Fireside, W . . . . 7,500 
American Medical Compend (Med ), 

M. 10,000 

Ameryka (Polish Ind.), W 23,000 

Blade (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 24,062 

Blade (Rep.), W 186,885 

Correspondent (Matri.), M 6,000 

Critic (Humor), W 2,600 

Dental Summary, M 6,600 

Express (Ger. Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 6,500 

Express (Ger. Ind. Rep.), W.. 11,520 

Medical and Surgical Rigporter, M . . . 10, 1 50 

National Union (Frat.), M 78,000 

News-Bee and Times (Ind.), morn., 

and eve., ex. Sun 53,014 

Times-Bee (Ind.), Sun 16,000 

Woman's Medical Journal, M 5,000 

TROY — Pop. 5,881 — Miami Co. — Pop. 
43,105. 

Buckeye (Rep.), W 2,820 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1 ,520 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,150 

Union (Rep.), W 3,400 

UHRICHVILLE — Pop. 4,582— Tuscarawas 

Co.— Pop. 53,751. 

Chronicle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,750 

Chronicle (Rep.) , W 1 ,500 

Twin City Independent (Ind.), 

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Ohio— Continued 

UPPER SANDUSKY — Pop. 3,355 — Wy- 

andott Co.— Pop. 21,125. 
Chief (Dem.), morn., and eve., ex. 

Sun 2,000 

Chief (Dem.), S-W 1,050 

Union-Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,000 

Union-Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

URBANA — Pop. 6,808 — Champaign Co. 

—Pop. 26,642. 

Champaign Democrat (Dem.), W. . . 2,000 

Citizen and Gazette (Rep.), S-W .... 2,500 

Times-Citizen (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. 1,500 

VAN WERT — Pop. 6,422 — Van Wert Co. 
—Pop. 30,394. 

Bulletin (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Bulletin (Rep.), S-W . . 2,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,700 

Times-Democrat (Dem.) , S-W 1 ,850 

VERSAILLES — Pop. 1,478 — Darke Co. — 
Pop. 42,532. 

Leader (Ind.),W 1,000 

Policy (Dem.), W 1,550 

WAPAKONETA — Pop. 3,915 — Anglaize 
Co.— Pop. 31,192. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,540 

WARREN — Pop. 8,529 — Trumbull Co. — 
Pop. 46,591. 

Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,480 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,800 

Tribune (Rep.), W 3,050 

Western Reserve Democrat (Dem.), 

W 2,450 

WASHINGTON C. H. — Pop. 5,751 — Fa- 
yette Co. — Pop. 21,725. 

Cyclone Republican (Rep.), W^ 1,860 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 





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Ohio— Continued 

WASHINGTON C. H.— Continued. 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,250 

Ohio State Register (Dem.) , W 2,420 

Record (Rep.), W 1,840 

WAUSEON — Pop. 2,148 — Fulton Co. — 
Pop. 22,801. 

Expositor (Dem.), W 1,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,410 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,300 

WAVERLY — Pop. 1,854 — Pike Co. — Pop. 
18,172. 

Courier-Watchman (Dem.), W 1,240 

News (Rep.), W 2,000 

WELLINGTON — Pop. 2,094 — Lorain Co. 
^Pop. 54,857. 
Enterprise (Rep.), W 2,110 

WELLSTON — Pop. 8,045 — Jackson Co. 
—Pop. 34,248. 

Sentinel (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 2,450 

Telegram (Rep.), W 2,180 

Transcript (Dem.), W 1,000 

WELLS VILLE — Pop. 6,146 — Columbiana 
Co. — Pop. 68,590. 

Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,150 

Union (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Union (Rep.), W 1,100 

WEST UNION — Pop. 1,033 — Adams Co. 
—Pop. 26,328. 

People's Defender (Dem.) , W 2,300 

Record (Rep.), W 3,000 

WILMINGTON — Pop. 3,613 — Clinton Co. 
—Pop. 24,202. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,530 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,150 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 















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Ohio — Continued 

WOODSFIELD — Pop. 1,801 — Monroe Co. 
—Pop. 27,031. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,250 

Monroe Journal (Ger. Dem.), W . . . . 1,487 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 2,050 

Spirit of Democracy (Dem.), W 2,100 



WOOSTER — Pop. 6,063 — Wayne Co. — 
Pop. 37,870. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,400 

Jacksonian (Dem.), W 1,400 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,485 

Republican (Rep.), W 2,156 

XENIA — Pop. 8,696 — Green Co. — Pop. 
31,613. 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,720 

Gazette (Rep.) , W 1,510 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,250 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 



YOUNGSTOWN — Pop. 48,400 — Mahoning 
Co.— Pop. 70,134. 

Labor Advocate, W 2,850 

Penny Monthly (Lit.), M 32,000 

Rundschau (Ger. Ind.), W 3,500 

Telegram (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 12,500 

Telegram (Rep.), S-W 4,572 

Vindicator (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 13,600 

Vindicator (Dem.), Sun 10,200 

Vindicator (Dem.), S-W 7,840 



ZAXESVILLE — Pop. 24,300 — Muskingum 
Co.— Pop. 53,185. 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Courier (Rep.), W 5,000 

Labor Journal (Labor), W 1,684 

Post (Ger. Ind.), W 1,400 

Signal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,130 

Sunday News (Ind.), Sun 5,700 

Times-Recorder (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Sun 10,500 





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Population 495,285. 

ALTHUS — Pop. 6,803 — Greer Co. — Pop. 
17 992 
Times (Rep.), W 1,550 

ALVA — Pop. 1,499 — Woods Co. — Pop. 
34 975. 

Courier (Rep.), S-W 1,900 

Pioneer (Dem.), morn., ex, Mon. . . . 1,000 

Pioneer (Dem.),W 1,100 

Review (Rep.), W 1,600 

BLACKWELL — Pop. 3,500 — Kay Co. — 
Pop. 22,530. 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,110 

Times Record (Rep.), W 1,050 

CHANDLER — Pop. 1,430 — Lincoln Co. — 
Pop. 27,007. 

News (Rep.), W 1,230 

Publicist (Pop.), eve., ex. Sun 510 

Publicist (Pop.), W 1,850 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,200 



EL RENO — Pop. 7,500 — Canadian Co. — 
Pop. 15,981. 

American (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,600 

American News (Rep.), W 8,000 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,500 

Globe (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Globe (Dem.), W 2,250 

Staats Zeitung (Ger. Ind.) , W 1 ,400 

ENID — Pop. 12,450 — Garfield Co. — Pop. 
22,076. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Eagle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Eagle (Rep.), W 1,150 

Post (Ind. Ger.), W 2,300 

Wave (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Wave (Dem.), W 3,400 





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ORlahoma— Continued 

GUTHRIE — Pop. 11,500 — Logan Co. 

Leader (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1 0,694 

Leader (Dem.), W 12,446 

Oklahoma Farmer (Agri.), W 40,000 

Oklahoma State Capital (Rep.), 

morn., ex. Mon 20,863 

Oklahoma State Capital (Rep.) , W. . 28,426 
State Register (Ind.), W 5,400 

HENNESSEY — Pop. 1 367 — Kingfisher 
Co.— Pop. 18,501 

Eagle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Eagle (Ind.), W 1,050 

Press Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

KINGFISHER — Pop. 2,301 — Kingfisher 
Co.— Pop. 18,501. 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,750 

Journal (Ind. Ger.), W 1,500 

Times (Dem.), W 1,5^0 

LAWTON — Pop. 5,000 — Comanche Co. 

News Republican (Rep.), W 3,500 

Post (Loc), W 1,010 

MANGUM — Pop. 5,073 — Greer Co. — Pop. 
17,922. 

Star (Dem.), W 1,600 

Sun Monitor (Rep.) , W 1,200 

NEWKIRK — Pop. 1,754 — Kay Co. — Pop. 

22,530. 

Democrat-Herald (Dem.) , W 1,000 

Republican (News-Journal (Rep.), 

W 1,800 

NORMAN — Pop. 2,225 — Cleveland Co. — 
Pop. 16,388. 

Democrat-Topic (Dem.) , W 1 ,900 

People's Voice (Pop.), W 1,000 

Transcript (Rep.), W 1,000 

OKLAHOMA CITY — Pop. 29,413 — Okla- 
homa Co.— Pop. 50,854. 

Farm Journal (Agri.), S-M 24,000 

Farmers' Magazine (Agri.), M 12,000 

Labor Signal (Lab.), W 2,000 





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Oklahoma— Continued 

OKLAHOMA CITY— Continued. 

Oklahoma Post (Rep.), W 1,100 

Oklahoman (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 13,453 

Oklahoman (Dem.), Sun 14,123 

Oklahoman (Dem.), W 2,000 

Oklahoma School Herald (Edu.) , M . 2,200 

Pioneer (Ind. Ger.), W 1,250 

Times-Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 5,000 

Times-Journal (Rep.), W 2,200 

PAWNEE — Pop. 1,464 — Pawnee Co. — 
Pop. 12,366. 

Courier-Dispatch (Dem.), W 2,260 

Times-Democrat (Rep.), W 1,450 

PERRY — Pop. 3,351 — Noble Co. — Pop. 
14,015. 
Enterprise Times (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 600 

Enterprise-Times (Rep.), W 1,150 

Neuigkeiten (Ger. Dem.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,035 

PONCA — Pop. 2,538 — Kay Co. — Pop. 
22,530. 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 600 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,750 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

Times (Dem.), W 1,250 



PRAGUE — Pop. 400 — Lincoln Co. — Pop. 
27,007. 
Oklahomske Noviny (Bohem.) , W . . 3,000 
Patriot (Lid.), W 

SHAWNEE — Pop. 10,000 — Pottawottomie 
Co.— Pop. 26,412. 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,240 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,200 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

News (Ind.), W 1,600 

Union Signal (Lab.), W 2,500 







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STILLWATER — Pop. 3,000 — Payne Co. 
. Pop. 20,909. 

Advance (Dem.). W ' 1.800 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,800 

TECUMSEH — Pop. 1,193 — Pottawattomie 
Co.— Pop. 26,412. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 

WEATHERFORD — Pop. 1,017 — Custer 
Co. — Pop. 12,264. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

WOODWARD — Pop. 1,200 — Woodward 
Co.— Pop. 7,469. 

Bulletin (Rep.), W 1,200 

Live Stock Inspector (Agri.), S-M . . . 10,000 

News (Ind.), W 2,200 

Poultry Range and Home, M 3,000 



Oregon 

Population 437,302. 

ALBANY — Pop. 3,149 — Linn Co. — Pop. 
18,603. 
Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,100 

Herald Disseminator (Rep.) , W 2, 100 

ASHLAND — Pop. 2,634 — Jackson Co. — 
Pop. 13,698. 

Tidings (Rep.), S-W 1,400 

. Tribune (Ind.), S-W 1,450 

Valley Record (Loc), W 2,000 

ASTORIA — Pop. 8,381 — Clattrop Co. — 
Pop. 12,765. 
Astorian (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 1,800 
Astorian (Rep.), S-W 1,200 







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Oregon— Continued 

ASTORIA— Continued. 

Budget (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,250 

Budget (Dem.), W 1,800 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,850 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,150 

BAKER CITY — Pop. 6,663 — Baker Co. — 
—Pop. 15,597. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 850 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Herald (Rep.), W 5,500 

CORVALLIS — Pop. 1,819 — Benton Co. 
—Pop. 6,706. 

Gazette (Rep.), S-W 1,600 

Times (Dem.), S-W 1,250 

DALLAS — Pop. 1,271 — Polk Co. — Pop. 
9,923. 

Itemizer (Dem.), W 1,050 

Observer (Rep.), W 1,000 

Oregon Woodman (Frat.), M 4,000 

EUGENE — Pop. 3,236 — Lane Co. — Pop. 
. 19,604. 

Guard (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

Guard (Dem.), W 1,800 

Register (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. ..... 1,000 

Register (Rep.), Sun. 1,100 

Register (Rep.), W 1,600 

LA GRANDE — Pop. 2,991 — Union Co. — 

Pop. 16,070. 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 1,000 

Eastern Oregon Observer (Rep.), 

W 1,550 

Observer (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

McMINNVILLE — Pop. 1,420 — Yamhill Co. 
—Pop. 13,420. 

News-Reporter (Rep.), W. 2,000 

Pacific Progress (Industrial), M 6,600 

Telephone Register (Dem.), W 1,100 



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OREGON CITY — Pop. 3,494 — Clackamas 
Co.— Pop. 19,658. 

Courier-Herald (Dem.), W 1,600 

Enterprise (Rep.), W 1,500 



PENDLETON — Pop. 4,406 — Unjatilla Co. 

—Pop. 18,049. 
East Oregonian (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,400 

East Oregonian (Ind.) , S-W 1 ,400 

East Oregonian (Ind.), W 2,200 

Stock Growers' Journal, M 3,000 

Tribune (Rep.), S-W 1,050 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,535 

PORTLAND— Pop. 90,426— Multnomah Co. 

Advocate (Ind. Col.), W 1,850 

Chamber o f Commerce Bulletin, 

M 5,000 

Commercial Review (Com.), W 2,500 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 25,797 

Journal (Dem.), Sun 23,076 

Journal (Dem.), S-W 8,840 

Lantern (Non-political), W 1,000 

Medical Sentinel (Med.), M 3,250 

Mercury (Ind.), Sun -4,500 

Nachrichten (Ger. Ind.), W 4,000 

North Pacific Rural Spirit (Agri. and 

Stock), 8,500 

Northwest Pacific Farmer (Agri.), 

W 10,704 

Oregon Agriculturist and Rural 

Northwest (Agri.), S-M 2,850 

Oregonian (Rep.), morn 30,000 

Oregonian (Rep.), Sun 40,000 

Oregonian (Rep.), W 25,000 

Pacific Drug Review (Pharm.), M.... 2,000 

Pacific Miner (Ming.) , S-M 3,500 

Pacific Monthly (Lit.), M 75,000 

Pacific Odd Fellow, M 3,100 

Portland Labor Press 4,200 

Sunday Welcome (Ind.) , Sun 8,500 

Telegram (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 22,500 

Tradesman, B-W 4,000 







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ROSEBURG — Pop. 1,690 — Douglas Co. — 
Pop. 14,565. 

Plaindealer (Rep.) , S-W 1 ,570 

Review (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 610 

Review (Dem.), W 2,300 

SALEM — Pop. 4,258 — Marion Co. 
Capital-Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,100 

Capital- Journal (Rep.), W 1,800 

Oregon Teachers' Monthly (Edu.), 

M 2,250 

Pacific Homestead (Agri.), W 11,300 

Statesman (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. . 3,000 

Statesman (Rep.), S-W 4,000 

THE DALLES — Pop. 3,542 — Wasco Co. — 
Pop. 13,199. 

Chronicle (Rep.), S-W 1,200 

Times- Mountaineer (Dem.), S-W.. . 1,500 

UNION — Pop. 937 — Union Co. — Pop. 
16,070. 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,000 

Scout (Dem.), W 1,300 



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Population 606,747. 

ALLEGHENY — Pop. 138,100 — Allegheny" 
Co.— Pop. 775,058. 

Alleghenian (Rep.), W 4,550 

Naepredak Croation (Frat.), W 4,200 

Sonntagsbote (Ger. Ind.), W 10,150 

ALLENTOWN — Pop. 38,573 — Lehigh Co. 
—Pop. 93,893. 

Call (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 4,500 

Chronicle and News (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 4,600 

City Item (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4,500 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,850 

Friedens-Bote (Ger. Ind.), W 2,500 

Leader (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,900 



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ALLEXTOWN— Continued. 

Register (Rep.), W 1,250 

Republikaner (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

Welt-Bote (Ger. Ind.), W 15,000 

ALTOOXA — Pop. 41.600— Blair Co.— Pop. 

85,099. 

Buyers' Guide (Trade), M 10,000 

Deutscher Volksfuehrer (Ger. Ind.), 

W 2,025 

Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 6,345 

Loyal American (Ind.), W 1,500 

Mirror (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 9,600 

Times (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 4,400 

Tribune (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 6,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,150 

ASHLAXD — Pop. 6,438 — Schuylkill Co. — 
Pop. 172,927. 

Advocate (Dem.), W 1,000 

Local (Ind.), W 1,300 

Record (Ind.), W 4,000 

Telegram (Loc), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

ATHEXS — Pop. 3,749 — Bradford Co. — 
Pop. 59,403. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,000 

Medical Journal, M 5,000 

Xews (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Xews (Ind.), W 1,000 

AUSTIX — Pop. 2,300 — Potter Co. — Pop. 
30,621. 

Autograph (Dem.), W 1,200 

Republican (Loc), W 1,300 

BAXGOR — Pop. 4,106 — Xorthampton Co. 
—Pop. 99,687. 
X'^ews (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,340 

BEAVER — Pop. 2,348 — Beaver Co.— Pop. 
56,432. 

Argus and Radical (Rep.), W 1,100 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

Star (Dem.), S-W 1,300 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun .. . . . 2,200 

Times (Rep.), W 1,200 







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BEAVER FALLS — Pop. 10,054 — Beaver 
Co. — Pop. 56,432. 

Review (Rep.), W 2,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,850 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,000 

BEAVER SPRINGS — Pop. 832. — Snyder 
Co.— Pop. 17,304. 

American Business Journal, M 5,000 

American Monthly Herald, M 5,000 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,100 

BEDFORD — Pop. 2,167 — Bedford Co. — 
Pop. 39,468. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 2,560 

Inquirer (Rep.), W 1,850 

Penn. Hawkeye (Ind.), W 1,260 

BELLEFONTE — Pop. 4,216 — Centre Co. 
—Pop. 42,894. 

Centre Democrat (Dem.), W 4,400 

Democratic Watchman (Dem.), W. 2,760 

Gazette (Rep.), W 3,300 

News (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 1,250 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,800 

BETHLEHEM — Pop. 7,293 — Northamp- 
ton Co.— Pop. 99,687. 

Business College Journal, M 5,000 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

BLAIRSVILLE — Pop. 3,386 — Indiana Co. 
Pop. 42,556. 
Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

BLOOMBURG — Pop. 6,170 — Columbia Co. 
—Pop. 39,896. 

Columbian (Dem.), W 1,250 

Daily (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Democratic Sentinel (Dem.) , W . . . . 2,850 

Press (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 4,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 

BOYERTOWN — Pop. 1,709 — Berks Co. — 
Pop. 159,615. 
Democrat (Dem.), W 2,300 



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BRADDOCK — Pop. 17,500 — AUegheny Co. 
—Pop. 775,058. 

Herald, eve., ex. Sun 2,.300 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,650 

BRADFORD — Pop. 16,000 — McKean Co. 
—Pop. 51,343. 

Era (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,500 

Era (Rep.), W 2,250 

Herald (Ind.), Sun 3,000 

Record (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 3,400 

Record (Ind.), W 1,800 

Star (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

BRISTOL — Pop. 7,104 — Bucks Co. — Pop. 
71,190. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 2,150 

Observer (Ind.), W 1,000 

BROOKVILLE — Pop. 2,472 — Jefferson Co. 
—Pop. 59,113. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,200 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,810 

BUTLER — Pop. 10,853 — Butler Co.— Pop. 
56,962. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 1,560 

Eagle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,750 

Eagle (Rep.), W 4,300 

Herald ^em.), W 2,600 

Record (Ind.), W 1,580 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Times (Ind.), W 1,240 

CANONSBURG — Pop. 2,714 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 92,181. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,200 

Notes (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

Notes (Rep.), W 1,050 

CARBONDALE— Pop. 13,536— Lackawanna 
Co.— Pop. 193,831. 
Advance and Advocate (Local), W... 1,600 
Leader (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,650 



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CARLISLE — Pop. 9,626 — Cumberland Co. 
—Pop. 50,344. 

American Volunteer (Dem.), W . . . . 1,300 

! Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,100 

Sentinel (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Valley Sentinel (Ind. Dem.), W 2,150 

CARNEGIE — Pop. 7,330 — Allegheny Co. 
—Pop. 775,058. 

Business Man (Com.), Q 3,500 

Item (Loc), W 1,050 

Union (Rep.), W 1,650 

Valley Signal (Loc), W 1,700 

CHAMBERSBURG — Pop. 8,864 — Franklin 

Co.— Pop. 54,902. 

Democratic News (Dem.), W 1,400 

People's Register (Ind.), W 4,350 

Public Opinion (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Sun 2,100 

Public Opinion (Rep.), W 2,250 

Repository (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 2,300 

Repository (Rep.), W 3,200 

Valley Spirit (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... 1,200 

Valley Spirit (Dem.), W 3,100 

CHARLEROI — Pop. 5,930 — Washington 

- Co.— Pop. 92,181. 

Mail (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Mirror (Ind.), W 1,200 

CHESTER — Pop. 33,988 — Delaware Co. — 
Pop. 94,762. 

Advocate (Ind.), W 1,200 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,850 

Independent (Ind.), W 2,200 

Republican (Rep.), morn,, ex. Sun. . 6,000 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 8,200 

CLARION — Pop. 2,004 — Clarion Co. — 
Pop. 34,293. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,800 

Republican (Rep.), W 3,040 







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CLEARFIELD — Pop. 5,081 — Clearfield 
Co.— Pop. 80,614. 

Monitor (Prohib.), W 1,750 

Public Spirit (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... 1,000 

Public Spirit (Dem.), W 3,800 

Ra tsman Journal (Rep.), W ...... . 2,260 

Republican (Dem.), W 3,000 

Times (Ind.), W 2,280 

COLUMBIA — Pop. 12,316 — Lancaster Co. 
—Pop. 159,241. 

Courant (Rep.), W 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,100 

Independent (Dem.), W 1,112 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Spy (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,300 

CONNELLSVILLE — Pop. 7,160 — Fayette 
Co.— Pop. 110,412. 

Courier (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,350 

Courier (Rep.), W -. . 1,950 

Republican (Rep.), T-W 1,000 

CORRY — Pop. 5,369 — Erie Co. — Pop. 
98,437. 

Journal (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . 1,000 

Journal (Ind. Dem.), W 1,040 

Leader (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Plaindealer (Ind.), W 1,100 

Telegraph (Rep.), W 1,500 

COUDERSPORT — Pop. 3,217 — Potter Co. 
—Pop. 30,621. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,740 

Enterprise (Ind. Rep.), W 3,200 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,600 

DANVILLE — Pop. 8,042 — Montour Co. — 
Pop. 15,526. 

American (Rep.), W 1,100 

Gem (Ind.), W .' 1,200 

Intelligencer (Dem.), W 1,100 

News (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 2,250 

DARBY — Pop. 3,429 — Delaware Co. — 
Pop. 94,762. 
Progress (Rep.), S-W 2,600 











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DOYLESTOWN — Pop. 3,034 — Bucks Co. 

—Pop. 71,190. 
Bucks County Express and Reform 

(Dem. Ger;),W 1,700 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,900 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,950 

Intelligencer (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.... 3,300 

Intelligencer (Rep.), W 2,800 

Mirror (Dem.), W. 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,650 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

DU BOIS — Pop. 9,375 — Clearfield Co. — 
Pop. 80,614. 

Courier (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 1,300 

Express (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Express (Ind.), W. 1,600 

Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,700 

^ Searchlight (Ind.), W 2,100 

EASTON — Pop. 26,800 — Northampton 

Co.— Pop. 99,687. 

Argus (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4,400 

Argus (Dem.), S-W 2,600 

Call (Ind.), Sun 5,000 

Express (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,550 

Free Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,450 

Free Press (Rep.), S-W 1,600 

Journal (Labor), M 1,250 

Northampton Correspondent (Ger. 

Dem.),W 1,760 

Northampton Democrat (Dem.), W. 2,650 

Sentinel (Ind.), W 1,150 

EDINBORO — Pop. 691 — Erie Co. 

Independent (Ind.), W 2,000 

Sunshine Magazine, M 25,000 

EPHRATA — Pop. 2,451 — Lancaster Co. — 
Pop. 159,241. 

Reporter (Ind. Rep.), W 2,300 

Review (Ind.), W 2,000 

ERIE.— Pop. 56,400— Erie Co.— Pop. 98,473. 

Dispatch (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 8,600 

Dispatch (Rep.), Sun 8,800 





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Herald (Dem.), W 2,850 

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Citizen-Press (Rep.), W 1,840 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,750 

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Compiler (Dem.), W 1,740 

News (Ind.), S-W 1,000 




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GREENSBURG— Continued. 

Press (Rep.), W 3,640 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,750 

. Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,100 

Tribune-Herald (Rep.), S-W 2,300 

GREENVILLE — Pop. 4,814 — Mercer Co. 
Pop. 57,387. 

Advance -Argus (Rep.), W 1,550 

News (Rep.), W 1,835 

Progress (Dem.), W 1,618 

Woman's Realm (Home), M 50,000 

HANOVER — Pop. 5,302 — York Co.— Pop. 
116,413. 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,600 

Record (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,250 

Record (Dem.), W 2,900 

HARRISBURG — Pop. 50,167 — Dauphin 

Co.— Pop. 114,412. 

Hill News (Ind.), W 8,100 

Patriot (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 9^300 

School Gazette (Edu.), M 5,000 

Staats Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), W 3,000 

Star-Independent (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 12,769 

Sun (Ind.), W 3,000 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 13,527 

Telegraph (Rep.), S-W 2,500 

West End Reporter (Ind.), W 3,100 

HAZLETON — Pop. 15,100 — Luzerne Co. 
—Pop. 257,121. 

Plain Speaker (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun... 3,700 

Sentinel (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,300 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,270 

Standard (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun. . . 5,700 

Volksblatt (Ger. Ind.), W 700 

HOMESTEAD — Pop. 12,554 — Allegheny 

Co. — Pop. 775,058. 
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HONESDALE — Pop. 2,864 — Wayne Co. 
—Pop. 30,171. 

Citizen (Rep.), W 2,000 

Herald (Dem.) , W 1,540 

Independent (Ind.), W 4,000 

HUNTINGDON — Pop. 6,053 —Hunting- 
don Co.— Pop. 34,650. 

Globe (Rep.), W 1,535 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,300 

Monitor (Dem.), W 1,240 

News (Ind.), S-W 2,510 

INDIANA — Pop. 4,142 — Indiana Co. — 
Pop. 42,556. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,400 

Gazette (Rep.), W 3,510 

Messenger (Rep.), W . 1,500 

Progress (Rep.), W 4,000 

Times (Rep.), W 1,850 

IRWIN — Pop. 2,452 — Westmoreland Co. 
—Pop. 160,175. 
Republican Standard (Rep.), W. . . . 1,920 

JEANNETTE — Pop. 5,865 — Westmoreland 
Co.— Pop. 160,175. 

, Comet (Dem.), W 1,000 

Dispatch (Rep.), W 2,000 

JENKINTOWN — Pop. 2,091— Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 138,995. 
Times-Chronicle (Ind.), W 2,000 

JOHNSTOWN — Pop. 39,100 — Cambria Co. 
—Pop. 104,837. 

Democrat (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 7,400 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,000 

Freie Presse (Ger. Dem.), W 1,600 

Journal (Ind.) , morn., ex. Sun 5,000 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,364 

Tribune (Rep.), W 3,050 

KANE — Pop. 5,296 — McKean Co. — Pop. 
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Leader (Ind.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 







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KENNE'IT SQUARE — Pop. 1,516 — Ches- 
ter Co.— Pop. 95,659. 

Kennett Advance (Rep.) , W 1 ,348 

News and Advertiser (Ind.), W 1,400 



KITTANNING — Pop. 3,902 — Armstrong 
Co.— Pop. 52,551. 

Democrat and Sentinel (Dem .) , W . . . 1 , 1 00 

Free Press (Rep.), W 3,400 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

Times (Ind.), W 3,900 

Tribune (Rep.), W 2,350 

KUTZTOWN — Pop. 1,328 — Berks Co. — 
Pop. 159,615. 

Journal (Ind. Ger.), W 1,850 

Patriot (Ind.), W 2,000 

LANCASTER — Pop. 44,300 — Lancaster 

Co.— Pop. 159,241. 

Enthusiasm (Lit.), M 25,000 

Examiner (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,350 

Examiner (Rep.), S-W 5,250 

Freie Presse (Ger. Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,600 

Homeopathic Envoy (Med.) , M 7,000 

Inquirer (Rep.), W 3,000 

Intelligencer (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... 5,000 

Intelligencer (Dem.), S-W 4,500 

Labor Leader (Labor) , W 3,840 

Laterne (Ger. Dem.) , W 1 ,800 

Law Review, W 1,000 

New Era (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . 6,480 

New Era (Ind. Rep.), S-W 7,-350 

News (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 5,100 

Pennsylvania School Journal, M. . . . 7,000 

Sonntags Journal (Non-pol.), W, . . . 1,100 
Volksfreund und Beobachter (Ger. 

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LANSDALE — Pop. 2,754 — Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 138,995. 

Reporter (Rep.), W 1,900 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,050 





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Pennsylvania — Continued 

LA PARK — Pop. 50 — Lancaster Co. — 
Pop. 159,241. 
Park's Floral Magazine, M 403,298 

LATROBE — Pop. 4,614 — Westmoreland 
Co.— Pop. 160,175. 

Advance (Ind.), W 1,245 

Clipper (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,210 

LEBANON — Pop. 18,600 — Lebanon Co. — 
Pop. 53,827. 

Courier (Rep.), W 3,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,300 

News (Rep.), S-W 2,900 

Report (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Report (Ind.), S-W 1,300 

Times (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 1,840 

Volkszeitung (Ger. Rep.), W 2,530 

LEHIGHTON — Pop. 4,629 — Carbon Co. — 
. Pop. 44,510. 

Advocate (Ind. Dem.), W 1,240 

Press (Rep.), W 1,500 

LEWISBURG — Pop. 3,457 — Union Co. — 
Pop. 17,592. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,050 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,500 

News (Rep.), W 3,680 

LEWISTON — Pop. 4,451 — Mifflin Co. — 
Pop. 23,160. 
Democrat and Sentinel (Dem.),S-W. 1,400 

Free Press (Ind.),W 1,300 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,800 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

LOCK HAVEN — Pop. 7,210 — Clinton Co. 
—Pop. 29,197. 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,250 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 1,920 

Express (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 

Times (Rep.), W 1,950 





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LYKENS — Pop. 2,762 — Dauphin Co. — 
Pop. 114,443. 
Standard (Rep.), W 3,000 

McKEESPORT — Pop. 34,227 — Allegheny 
Co. — Pop. 775,058. 

Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 5,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 9,163 

Sv. Veckobladet (Swedish), W 4,560 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,550 

MAHANOY CITY — Pop. 13,504 — Schuyl- 
kill Co.— Pop. 172,927. 

American (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,550 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,500 

MALVERN — Pop. 975 — Chester Co. — 
Pop. 95,695. 

Item (Ind.), W 1,000 

Master Painter (Trade) , M 1 ,200 

Star (Ind.), W 1,000 

MANHEIM — Pop. 2,019 — Lancaster Co. — 
Pop. 159,241. 
Sentinel (Rep.), W. . 2,300 

MANSFIELD — Pop. 1,847 ~ Tioga Co. — 
Pop. 49,086. 
Advertiser (Ind. Rep.), W 1,500 

MAUCH CHUNK — Pop. 4,029 — Carbon 
Co. — Pop. 44,510. 

Coal Gazette (Ind.), S-W 1,700 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,775 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

MEADVILLE — Pop. 10,291 — Crawford Co. 
—Pop, 63,643. 

Crawford Journal (Rep.), W 2,600 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,100 

Gazette (Rep.), W. of Star 2,400 

Messenger (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,750 

Pennsylvania Farmer (Agri.), 12,000 











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Tribune-Republican (Rep.), W 5,000 




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MECHANICSBURG — Pop. 3,841 —Cum- 
berland Co. — Pop. 50,344. 

Daily (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Farmers' Friend W 5 100 




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Saturday Journal (Ind.), Sat 1,850 


MEDIA — Pop. 3,075 — Delaware Co. — 
Pop. 94,762. 

Del. Co. American (Rep.), W 7,400 

Ledger (Rep.), W 1,500 

Record (Ind.), W. 3,500 




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Pop. 57,387. 
Dispatch and Republican (Rep.), 

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Republican (Rep.), W 2,400 




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Co.— Pop. 114,443. 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

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MILTON — Pop. 6,175 — Northumberland 
Co.— Pop. 90,911. 

Miltonian (Rep.), W 1,300 

People (Prohib.), W 5,000 

Record (Dem.), W 1,280 

Standard (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 




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Washington Co. —Pop. 92,181. 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

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MONTROSE — Pop. 1,821 — Susquehanna 
Co.— Pop. 40,043. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,612 

Independent Republican (Rep.), W. 4,000 

MOUNT CARMEL — Pop. 14,700 — North- 
umberland Co. — Pop. 90,911. 

Item (Dem,), S-W 2,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,350 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,700 

MT. JOY — Pop. 2,018 — Lancaster Co. — 
Pop. 159,241. 

Bulletin (Rep.), W , 1,300 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,200 

Star and News (Loc), W 1,050 

NANTICOKE — Pop. 12,116 — Luzerne Co. 
—Pop. 257,121. 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

News (Dem.), W 1,000 

NAZARETH — Pop. 2,304 — Northampton 
Co.— Pop. 99,687. 
Item (Ind.), W 3,450 

NEW BRIGHTON — Pop. 6,820 — Beaver 
Co.— Pop. 56,432. 
News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

NEWCASTLE— Pop. 32,600— Lawrence Co" 
—Pop. 57,042. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,300 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,500 

Herald (Rep.), W 3,400 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,800 

News (Rep.), W 3,600 

NEW KENSINGTON — Pop. 4,665 — West- 
moreland Co. — Pop. 160,175. 

Dispatch (Loc), W 1,500 

Keystone (Rep.), W 1,800 

NORRISTOWN — Pop. 23,700 — Montgom- 
ery Co.— Pop. 138,955. 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,800 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,700 









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Pennsylvania — Continued 

NORRISTOWN— Continued. 

Register (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,70^ 

Register (Dem.),W 1,000 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,200 

Times (Rep.), W 1,600 

OIL CITY — Pop. 13,264 — Venango Co. — 
Pop. 49.648. 

Blizzard (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,450 

Blizzard (Ind.), W 1,700 

Derrick (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 5,200 

Derrick (Ind.), S-W 12,000 

OLYPHANT — Pop. 6,180 — Lackawanna 
Co.— Pop. 193,831. 

Gazette (Ind.), W . 3,150 

Record (Ind.), W 2,740 

OXFORD— Pop. 2,032 — Chester Co. — 
Pop. 95,695. 
Blooded Stock (Live Stock ), M . . . . 20,000 
Press (Ind.), W 3,000 

PEXNSBURG — Pop. 1,032 — Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 138,995. 

Bauern Freund (Ger. Dem.), W 3,000 

Press (Dem.), W 1,050 

PHILADELPHIA — Pop. 1,367,716— Phila- 
delphia Co.— Pop. 1,367,716. 
Abendpost (Ger. Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 12,000 

American Carpet and Upholstery- 
Journal, M 3,500 

American Exchange and Review 

(Ins.),M 5,000 

American Friend (Friends), W 7,100 

American Journal of Medical Science 

(Med.),M 7,140 

American Journal of Pharmacy 

(Pharm.),M 1,116 

American Law Register, M 1,000 

American Mechanics' Advocate, M. . 4,200 

American Medicine (Med.), W 17,800 

American Trade, S-M 3,000 

Annals of Surgery (Med.), M 5,000 



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Architect and Builder (Archi.), M . . . 4,100 




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Bee (Rep.), Sun 3,000 




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Book News (Lit.), M 10,498 




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British American (Brit.Amer. Ind.), 




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Bulletin (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . 223,49 1 




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Bulletin of the American Iron and 




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Steel Association, S-M 1,500 




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Camera (Photo.), M 6,400 




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Carpenter (Labor), M 30,000 




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Carriage Monthly (Mech.) , M 5,000 




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Chestnut Hill Times (Rep.), W 1,300 




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City and State (Ind.), W 2,800 




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Commercial List and Price Current 




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(Com.),W 10,000 




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Confectioners' Journal, M 5,000 




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Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal 




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(Trade), M 15,000 




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Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), morn., ex. 




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Sun 30,000 




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Dental Brief (Dental), M 10,000 




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Dental Cosmos (Dental), M 14,000 




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Dental Office and Laboratory (Den- 




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Down Town News (Rep.), W 7,000 




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Drugs, Oils and Paints, M 2,500 






Etude (Musical), M 115,000 




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Fashions (Fashions), M 285,000 




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Finance and Commerce 2,500 




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Forest Leaves (Forestry) , B-M 2,770 




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Frankford Dispatch (Rep.), W 3,200 




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Frankford Herald (Ind.), W 2,000 




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Frankford Register (Rep.), W 1,200 




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Gazette (Ger. Ind.) Sun 41,000 




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Gazette (Ger. Ind.), W 23,500 




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Germantown Gazette (Rep.), W. . . . 8,200 




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Germantown News (Rep.), W 2,000 




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Germantown Telegraph (Loc.) , W . . 6,560 






Golden Days (Lit.), W 50,000 







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PHILADELPHIA— Continued. 




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Grocery World (Groc), W 12,000 




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Hahnemannian (Honioeo.), M 2,750 




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Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 18,500 




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House and Garden (Fam.), M 25,000 




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Implement Age S-M 9 900 




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Inquirer (Ind. Rep.), morn 162,000 




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Inquirer (Ind. Rep.), Sun 153,453 




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Insurance News (Ins.), M 2,400 




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International Dental Journal (Den- 




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Item (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 218,000 




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Item (Ind. Rep.), Sun 223,000 




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Journal of Commerce (Com.), W . . . . 3,100 




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Journal of Comparative Medicine 




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(Vet.),M 1,000 




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Keystone (Jewelry), M 15,000 




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Legal Intelligencer (Legal) , W 2,000 




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Lippincott's Magazine (Lit.), M. . . . 55,000 




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McGirt's Magazine (Lit.), M 30,000 




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Medical Bulletin (Med,), M 6,100 




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Medical Council (Med.), M 17,434 




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Medical Journal (Med.), M 13,500 




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Medical World (Med.), M 35,600 




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Neue Welt (Ind. Ger.), Sun 28,500 




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New Era (Lab.), W 7,500 




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New Ideae (Lit.), M 230,389 




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News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 35,000 




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North American (Rep.), morn 160,000 




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North American (Rep.), Sun 140,000 




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Northeast News (Ind.), W 6,000 




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North Phila. Gazette (Ind.), W 1,540 




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North Phila. Enquirer (Rep.) , W . . . 2,500 




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Oakdale Weekly (Ind.) , W 2,000 







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Pennsylvania — Continued 

PHILADELPHIA— Continued. 

Pigeon Flying (Pigeons), M 500 

Practical Engineer (Mech.), M 15,000 

Practical Farmer (Agri.), W 40,000 

Praeco Latinus (Latin), M 1,500 

Press (Rep.), morn 103,419 

Press (Rep.), Sun 148,949 

Public Health (Sanit.),M 2,500 

Public Ledger & Philadelphia Times 

' (Ind.), morn 85,000 

Public Ledger (Ind.), Sun 70,000 

Record (Ind.), morn 180,000 

Record (Ind.), Sun 160,000 

Rural Farmer (Agri.), M 40,000 

Saturday Evening Post (Lit. and 

Fam.),W 765,000 

Shoe and Leather Facts, W 4,500 

Sonntagssblatt (Ger. Ind.), Sun 18,000 

Sonntags Journal (Ger. Ind.) , S . . . . . 26,000 

Sporting Life (Sport), W 26,000 

Stenographer (Stenog.), M 2,150 

Stockholder (Finan.), morn., ex. 

Sun 5,000 

Sugar Beet (Trade), M 2,500 

Sunday Dispatch (Rep.), Sun 13,000 

Sunday World (Rep.), Sun 10,000 

Table Talk (Culinary), M 23,321 

Tageblatt (Ger. Ind.), morn., ex. 

Sun 21,000 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 156,000 

Tioga Home News (Rep.), W 2,000 

Tobacco World, W 7,500 

United States Official Postal Guide 

(Postal), M 100,000 

United States Review (Ind.) , W . . . . 1 ,400 
University Medical Magazine, M . . . . 3,000 

Varnish (Trade), M 4,000 

Vereinigte Staaten Zeitung (Ger. 

Ind.),W 8,000 

W. Phil. Press (Rep.), W 20,000 

W. Phil. Record (Dem.), W 1,800 

Youth (Juv.), M 10,000 







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Pennsylvaina— Continued 

PHOENIX VILLE — Pop. 9,196 — Chester 
Co.— Pop. 95,695. 

Advertiser (Ind.), W 1,050 

Messenger (Ind.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,400 

PITTSBURG — Pop. 345,100 — Allegheny 

Co.— Pop. 775,058. 

Alleghenske Listy (Bohem.), W. . . . 5,500 
American Manufacturer (Trade) , 

W 4,000 

American Slovonske Noviny (Slav. 

Ind.),W 38,600 

Banker (Finan.), B-M 3,350 

Beobachter (Ger. Dem.), W 5,000 

Builders' Gazette (Trade) , M 6,400 

Bulletin (Soc), W 7,000 

Chronicle Telegraph (Ind. Rep.), 

eve., ex. Sun 65,46 1 

Coal and Coke, fortnightly 3,500 

Cornelia (Ger. Fam.), S-M 15,000 

Dispatch (Ind.), morn 52,909 

Dispatch (Ind.), Sun 74,337 

Dispatch (Ind. Rep.), W 11,500 

East Ender (Ind.), W 5,300 

East End Index (Loc), W 4,000 

Gazette Times (Rep.), morn 130,788 

Gazette Times (Rep.), Sun 67,524 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,600 

Hotel Guide and Liquor Dealers' 

Advocate (Hotel), W 6,000 

Index (Socy. Lit.), W 9,000 

Irish Pennsylvania (Irish Am.), W. . 5,000 

Journal of Build ing (Build.), S-M.... 6,200 

Labor World (Lab.), W 15,000 

Leader (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 34,835 

Leader (Ind.), Sun 46,470 

Life (Ind.), W 4,000 

Medical Journal (Med.), M 4,200 

Money (Finan.), W 3,200 

Nat, Lab. Tribune (Labor), W 16,000 

Nat. Stockman and Farmer, W 65,000 

Neue Welt (Ind. Ger.) , W^ 6,000 

Pennsylvania Medical Journal, M. . . 4,000 
Pitt sburger Beobachter (Dem. Ger.), 

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PITTSBURG— Continued. 

Pittsburger Beobachter (Dem. 

Ger.),Sun 13,200 

Pittsburger Beobachter (Dcm.), Ger. 

W 10,000 

Post (Dem.), morn 62,000 

Post (Dem.), Sun 70,000 

Press (Ind.), eve 90,705 

Press (Ind.), Sun 73,808 

Slovensk-Dennik (Ind. Slav.), morn. 8,000 

Sun (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 62,000 

Trades Journal (Labor), W 12,500 

Volksblatt und Freiheits Freund 

(Ger. Ind.), morn 15,000 

Volksblatt und Freiheits Freund 

(Ger. Ind.), Sun 15,000 

Volksblatt und Freiheits Freund 

(Ger. Ind.), W 7,000 

West End Record (Ind.) , W ....... . 4,300 

Woman's Gazette (Lit.), M 100,000 

Woman's Ideal Magazine (Lit.) M.. 60,000 

PITTSTON — Pop. 12,556 — Luzerne Co. 
—Pop. 257,121. 
Gazette (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,560 

POTTSTOWN — Pop. 13,696 — Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 138,995. 

Blade (Ind. Dem.), W 4,050 

Ledger (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

Ledger (Ind.), W 1,000 

News (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 4,900 

POTTSVILLE — Pop. 15,710 — Schuylkill 

Co.— Pop. 172,927. 
Amerikanischer Republikaner (Ger. 

Rep.),W 1,300 

Chronicle (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,850 

Jefferson Democrat (Dem.), W 2,250 

Miners' Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Sun 4,500 

Miners' Journal (Rep.), W 3,500 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 8,300 

Saturday Night Review (Dem.), W . 1,800 
Standard (Dem.), weekly ed. of 

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PUNXSUTAWNEY — Pop. 4,375 — Jeffer- 
son Co. — Pop. 59,113. 

News (Ind.), W 1,300 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,440 

Spirit (Ind. Rep.), W 3,500 

QUAKERTOWN — Pop. 3,014 — Bucks Co. 
—Pop. 71,190. 

Free Press (Ind.), W 1,800 

Times (Ind.), W 1,000 

READING — Pop. 85,100 — Berks Co. — 

Pop. 159,615. 

Adler (Dem. Ger.), W 5,000 

Banner von Berks (Dem.), W 3,500 

Berks and Schuylkill Journal( Rep.) 3,000 
Biene (Ger. Dem.), Sun. ed. of Post, 

W 4,000 

Deutsche Eiche (Ger. D. O. of H.), 

W 2,200 

Eagle (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 19,209 

Eagle (Ind.), Sun 10,883 

Eagle (Ind.), W 4,582 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

Labor Advocate (Lab.), W 6,500 

Musical News (Musical), M 5,100 

News'(Dem.), W 3,600 

Post (Ger. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Sonntagsgast (Ger. Fam.), W 2,000 

Telegram (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 6,400 

Times (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 4,500 

RENOVO — Pop. 4,082 — Clinton Co. — 
Pop. 29,197. 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Record (Ind.), W 1,400 

ROCHESTER — Pop. 4,688 — Beaver Co. 
—Pop. 56,432. 

Commoner (Ind. Dem.), W 2,000 

ST. MARY'S — Pop. 4,295 — Elk Co. — Pop. 
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Gazette (Dem.), W 1,300 

Success (Ind.), W 1,000 









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SAYRE — Pop. 5,243 — Bradford Co. — 
Pop. 59,403. 

Game Fowl Monthly (Poult.) 2,100 

Times (Local), T-W 1,100 

SCOTTDALE — Pop. 5,000 — Westmoreland 
Co.— Pop. 160,175. 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,540 

News (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Observer (Rep.), W 1,000 

SCRANTON — Pop, 107,100 — Lackawanna 
Co. — Pop. 193,831. 

American Illustrator (Art.) , M 20,000 

Courier Progress (Rep.), W 1,050 

Journal (Rep. Ger.), W 1,500 

Mines and Minerals (Mining), M. . . . 13,400 

New Era (Ind. Lab.), W 1,900 

Republican (Rep.), morn 8,200 

Republican (Rep.), Sun 8,050 

Republican (Rep.), W 4,500 

Scrantonian (Ind.), Sun 16,600 

Straz (Ind. Pol.), W 5,000 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 27,805 

Tribune (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 7,300 

Truth (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 13,000 

SHAMOKIN — Pop. 19,400 — Northumber- 
land Co. — Pop. 90,911. 

Dispatch (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,700 

. Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,650 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,850 

News (Rep.), W 1,000 

SHARON — Pop. 8,916 — Mercer Co. — Pop. 
57,387. 

Eagle (Ind.), W 1,300 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,800 

Home Circle Gazette (Frat.), M 68,000 

Telegraph (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,700 

SHARPSBURG — Pop. 6,842 — Allegheny 
Co. — Pop. 775,058. 
Herald (Ind.), W 2,500 





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SHENANDOAH — Pop. 20,221 — Schuylkill 
Co.— Pop. 172,927. 

Advocate (Ind.), W 2,350 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,550 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,200 

News Budget (Ind.), S-W 1,700 

SHIPPENSBURG— Pop. 3,228 — Cumber- 
land Co. — Pop. 50,344. 

Chronicle (Dem.), W 1,050 

News (Rep.), W 1,600 

SKIPPACK — Pop. 1,248 — Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 138,995. 
Transcript (Rep), W 2,500 

SOMERSET — Pop. 1,834 — Somerset Co. — 
Pop. 49,461. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,000 

Standard (Rep.), W 3,000 

SOUTH BETHLEHEM — Pop. 13,241 — 
Northampton Co.— Pop. 80,715. 

Globe (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,900 

Sun and Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . 1,800 

STEELTON — Pop. 12,086 — Dauphine Co. 
—Pop. 114,443. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,550 

Press (Ind.), W 1,000 

Reporter (Rep.), W 2,300 

STROUDSBURG— Pop. 3,450 — Monroe Co. 
—Pop. 21,161. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,500 

Jeffersonian (Rep.), W 1,100 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1 ,600 

Times (Dem.), W 2,850 

SUNBURY — Pop. 9,810 — Northumber- 
land Co .—Pop. 90,911. 

American (Rep.), W 1,300 

Daily (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,150 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,750 

Item (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,550 



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SUSQUEHANNA — Pop. 3,814 — Susque- 
hanna Co.— Pop. 40,043. 

Journal (Ind.), T-W • 1 ,050 

Ledger (Rep.), W 1,800 

Transcript (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

TAMAQUA — Pop. 7,267 — Schuylkill Co. — 
Pop. 172,927. 

Courier (Rep.), eve,, ex. Sun 1,500 

Recorder (Ind.), S-W 1,700 

Register (Rep.), W 1,050 

TARENTUM — Pop. 5,472 — Allegheny Co. 
—Pop. 775,058. 

Telegram (Rep.), W. 1,550 

Times (Rep), W 1,300 

TELFORD — Pop. 181 — Montgomery Co. 
—Pop. 138,995. 
Montgomery Co. Press (Ind.), W.. . . 1,100 

TITUSVILLE — Pop. 8,244 — Crawford Co. 
—Pop. 63,643. 

Advance Guard (Dem.), W 2,100 

Courier (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

Courier (Dem.), S-W 1,400 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 2,000 

Herald (Rep.), S-W. 3,500 

World (Ind.), Sun 1,600 

TOWANDA — Pop. 4,763 — Bradford Co. — 

Pop. 59,403. 

Argus (Dem.), W 1,950 

Reporter-Journal and Republican 

(Rep.),W 5,350 

Review (Ind.) , morn., ex .Sun 1,650 

Star (Ind. Dem.), W 3,000 

TUNKHANNOCK — Pop. 1,305 — Wyom- 
ing Co.— Pop. 17,152. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Republican and New Age (Rep.), W. 1,500 

TYRONE — Pop. 5,847 — Blair Co. — Pop. 
85,099. 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,480 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,150 

Times (Rep.), W 1,300 



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Pennsylvania—Continued 

UXIOXTOWX — Pop. 7,344 — Fayette Co. 
—Pop. 110,412. 

Genius (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Genius of Liberty (Dem.), W 2,350 

News-Standard (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 2,800 

Xews-Standard (Rep.), W 3,500 

People's Tribune (Prohib.), W 4,150 

WARREX — Pop. 8,043 — Warren Co. — 
Pop. 38,946. 

Mail (Rep.), W 1,100 

Mirror (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,950 

Mirror (Rep.), S-W 2,500 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Times (Dem.), W 1,100 

W ASHIXGTOX— Pop. 7,670— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 92,181. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,900 

Journal (Ind.), W 3,500 

Observer (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. . . 5,650 
Reporter (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,600 



WAYXESBORO — Pop. 5,396 — Franklin 

Co.— Pop. 54,902. 
Blue Ridge Zephyr (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,300 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,300 

Record (Ind.), W 1,740 

WAYXESBURG — Pop. 2,544 — Greene 
Co.— Pop. 28,281. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 2,800 

Independent (Ind.), W 2,'l00 

Messenger (Dem.), W 1,050 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,500 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

WELLSBORO — Pop. 2,954 — Tioga Co. — 
Pop. 49,086. 

Agitator (Rep.), W 3,040 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,700 

Republican Advocate (Rep.), W 2,300 






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WEST CHESTER — Pop. 9,524 — Chester 
Co.— Pop. 95,695. 

JefTersonian (Dem.), W 3,500 

News (Ind.), eve., ex Sun 15,300 

Village Record (Rep.), W 3,680 

WEST GROVE — Pop. 929 — Chester Co. — 
Pop. 95,695. 

Home and Flowers (Floral), M 100,000 

Independent (Ind.), W 1,542 

WILKESBARRE — Pop. 56,000 — Luzerne 
Co.— Pop. 257,121. 

American (Frat.), S-M 2,800 

Courier-Herald (Labor), W 5,0C0 

Democrat Waechter (Ger. Ind.) 1 ,800 

Express (Rep. Ger.), W 2,600 

Leader (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 11,900 

News (Dem.), morn 4,100 

News (Dem.), Sun. 4,100 

News (Dem.), W 3,000 

Record, (Rep.), morn 15,206 

Record of the Times (Rep.), S-W . . . 4,650 

Reporter (Ind.), W ^3,050 

Telegram (Ind.), M 2,500 

Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 11,780 

Union Leader (Lab.) , W 3,000 

WILKINSBUR G — Pop. 1 1 ,886 — Allegheny 
Co.— Pop. 775,058. 

Call (Ind. Rep.), W 4,200 

Enterprise (Loc), W 1,150 



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ing Co.— Pop. 75,663. 
Gazette and Bulletin (Rep.), morn., 

ex. Sun 6,600 

Gazette and Bulletin (Rep.), T-W. . 4,000 

Grit (Illus. Fam.), W 235,370 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,400 

Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 11,035 

Sun (Dem.), T-W... 4,000 

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Dispatch & Daily (Rep.), mom. 
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Gazette (Dem.), morn 8, 184 

Gazette (Dem.), S-W 4,500 


Pennsyl vanian (Rep.) , W 3,460 

Press (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4,100 

York Daily (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun... 3,700 


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Pop. 328,683. 
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Rhode Islander (Ind.), W 1,600 




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Free Press (Ind.), W 1,050 




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NEWPORT — Pop. 22,900 — Newport Co. 
—Pop. 32,599. 

Herald (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 3,200 

Journal and News (Ind.), W 3,000 

Mercury (Rep.), W 1,000 

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Herald (Local), W 3,000 




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Rhode Island— Continued 

PAWTUCKET — Pop. 42,800 — Providence 
Co.— Pop. 328,683. 
Gazette and Chronicle (Rep.) , W . . . 1 ,800 
Times (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 16,900 

PHOENIX — Pop. 2,500 — Kent Co. — Pop. 
29 976 
Gleaner (Ind.), W 2,700 

PROVIDENCE — Pop. 189,742 — Provi- 
dence Co.— Pop. 328,683. 

Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.), W 1,000 

Book Notes (Hist, and Lit.) , W 2,000 

Bulletin (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 38,000 

Journal (Ind.), morn 16,500 

Journal (Ind.), S-W 1,102 

Journal (Ind.), Sun 19,700 

La Liberta (Rep. Ital), W 15,000 

Manufacturers' and Farmers' Journal 

(Ind.), S-W 1,200 

Manufacturing Jeweler, W 3,600 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 9,139 

Real Estate Register, W 2,150 

Tribune and Telegram (Ind.), morn. 

and eve 30,771 

Tribune (Ind.), Sun 14,588 

WAKEFIELD — Pop. 2,170 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 24,154. 
Naragansett Times (Ind.), W 1,450 

WESTERLY— Pop. 7,541— Washington Co. 
—Pop. 24,154. 
Sun (Rep.), eve., ex. Sat 4,400 

WOONSOCKET— Pop. 30,500— Providence 
Co.— Pop. 328,683. 

Call (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 8,000 

La Tribune (Rep. Fr.), eve., ex. Sun. 6,800 

L'Union (Frat. Fr.), M 10,000 

Le Progres (Ind. Fr.), W 2,100 

Patriot (Ind.), W 1,600 

Reporter (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 7,000 



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South Carolina 

Population 1,397,067. 

AIKEX — Pop. 3,414 — Aiken Co. — Pop. 
39,032. 

Journal and Review (Dem.), W 1,250 

Recorder (Dem.), W 1,080 

ANDERSON C. H.— Pop. 5,498 — Anderson 
Co.— Pop. 55,728. 

Intelligencer (Dem.), W 2,000 

Mail (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,600 

People's Advocate (Dem.), W 1,950 

BAMBERG — Pop. 1,533 — Bamberg Co. — 
Pop. 17,296. 
Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

CHARLESTON — Pop. 56,100 — Charleston 

Co.— Pop. 88,006. 

Messenger (Ind.), W 4,000 

News (Dem.), Sun -. . . 7,500 

News and Courier (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Sun 8,000 

News and Courier (Dem.), S-W.- 6,500 

Post (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4,500 

Review (Dem.), W 1,150 

Southern Reporter (Rep.) , W 1 ,000 

CLINTON — Pop. 1,869 — Laurens Co. — 
Pop. 37,682. 

Chronicle (Dem.), W 1,050 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,000 

COLUMBIA — Pop. 22,900 — Richland Co. 
—Pop. 45,589. 

Record (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,450 

Southern Sun (Rep.) , W 1 ,500 

State (Dem.) , morn II ,005 

State (Dem.), Sun 11,978 

State (Dem.), S-W 2,682 

DARLINGTON C. H. — Pop. 3,028 — Dar- 
lington Co.— Pop. 32,388. 

Agri. Herald (Agri.), M 1,050 

News (Ind.), W 1,250 









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DILLON — Pop. 1,015 — Marion Co. — Pop. 
35,181. 
Herald (Ind. Dem.), W 1,300 

EDGEFIELD — Pop. 1,775 — Edgefield Co. 
—Pop. 25,478. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,230 

Chronicle (Dem.), W 1 ,000 

FLORENCE — Pop. 4,647 — Florence Co. — 
Pop. 28,474. 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Times Messenger (Dem.), W 1,100 

GAFFNEY — Pop. 3,937 — Cherokee Co. — 
Pop. 21,359. 

Cherokee News (Dem.), S-W 1,100 

Ledger (Dem.), S-W 1,500 

GREENVILLE — Pop. 11,860 — Greenville 
Co.— Pop. 53,490. 

Mountaineer (Dem.), S-W 2,000 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 2,750 

News (Dem.), Sun 2,800 

News (Dem.), S-W 5,250 

GREENWOOD — Pop. 4,824 — Abbeville 
Co.— Pop. 33,400. 
Journal (Dem.), S-W 1,135 

LAURENS — Pop. 4,029 — Laurens Co. — 
Pop. 37,382. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1 ,300 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,020 

Laurens Co. News (Dem.) , W ..... . 1 ,200 

People's Record (Afro.-Amer), W... 2,100 

MANNING — Pop. 1,430 — Clarendon Co. — 
Pop. 28,184. 

News (Dem.), W 1,000 

Times (Dem.), W 2,000 

NEWBERRY — Pop. 4,607 — Newberry 
Co.— Pop. 30,182. 

Herald and News (Dem.) , S-W 1 ,950 

Observer (Dem.), W 1,000 



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South Carolina — Continued 

ORANGEBURG C. H. — Pop. 4,455 — Or- 
angeburg Co.— Pop. 59,663. 

Patriot (Dem.), W 1,040 

People's Recorder (Rep. Negro) ,W. 2,400 
Times-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

ROCK HILL — Pop. 5,485 — York Co. — 
Pop. 41,684. 

Herald (Dem.), S-W 1,210 

Messenger (Rep.), W 1,250 

Record (Ind.), S-W 1,300 

SPARTANBURG — Pop. 13,200 — Spartan- 
burg Co.— Pop. 65,560. 

Free Lance (Dem.), W 2,000 

Herald (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon, . . . 1,600 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,900 

Journal (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,800 

Piedmont Headlight (Agri.), M 2,000 

Spartan (Dem.) W 1,650 

SUMMER VILLE — Pop. 2,420— Dorchester 
Co.— Pop. 16,294. 
News (Dem.), W 1,000 

SUMTER C. H. — Pop, 5,673 — Sumter Co. 
—Pop. 51,237. 
Herald (Dem.), W 1,300 

UNION — Pop. 5,400 — Union Co. — Pop. 
25,501. 
Times (Dem.), W 1,600 

WALHALLA — Pop. 1,307 — Oconee Co. — 
Pop. 23,634. 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,800 

News (Dem.), W 1,200 

WALTERBORO — Pop. 1,491 — Colleton 
Co.— Pop. 33,452. 
Press and Standard (Dem.), W. . . . 1,300 

YORKVILLE — Pop. 2,012 — York Co. — 
Pop. 41,684. 

Enquirer (Ind.), S-W 1,500 

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Population 453,107. 

ABERDEEN — Pop. 4,087 — Brown Co. — 
Pop. 15,286. 

American (Rep.), W 1,000 

Dakota Farmer (Agri.), S-M 35,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

News (Rep.), W 2,350 

BROOKINGS — Pop. 2,346 — Brookings Co. 
—Pop, 12,560. 

Press (Ind.), W 1,050 

Register (Rep.), W 1,200 

CANTON— Pop. 1,943— Lincoln Co.— Pop. 
12,161. 

Dakota Leader (Ind. Rep.), W 1,100 

Sioux Valley News (Rep.), W 1,300 

DEADWOOD— Pop. 3,498— Lawrence Co.— 

Pop. 17,897. 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,100 

Pioneer-Times (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Mon 1,600 

Pioneer-Times (Rep.), Sun 1,900 

Pioneer-Times (Rep.), W 1,300 

ELK POINT— Pop. 1,081— Union Co.— Pop. 
11,153. 

Courier (Rep.), W 1,230 

Leader (Pop.), W 1,300 

EUREKA— Pop. 961— McPherson Co.— Pop. 
6,327. 
Post (Ger. Rep.), W 1,200 

FORT PIERRE— Pop. 395— Stanley Co.— 
Pop. 1,349. 

Fairplay (Dem.\ W 1,300 

Sioux Stock Journal (Stock), W. . . 2,200 

HURON— Pop. 2.793 — Beadle Co. — Pop. 
8.081. 

Herald-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,150 

Huronite (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Huronite (Rep.), W 2,000 

Journal World (Rep.), W 1,500 





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South Dakota— Continued 

LEAD— Pop. 8,052— Lawrence Co., Pop. 
21,030. 
Call (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

MADISOX— Pop. 2,550— Lake Co.— Pop. 
9,137. 

Leader (Rep.), W 1,500 

Outlook (Dem.), W. 1,230 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,210 

S. D. Educat. Journal, M 2,000 

MITCHELL— Pop. 4,055— Darison Co.— Pop. 
7,483. 

Capital (Rep.), W 1,000 

Gazette (Ind.), W 1,150 

Republican (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,000 
South Dakota Educator, M 3,500 

PIERRE— Pop. 2,306— Hughes Co.— Pop. 
3,684. 

Capital Journal (Rep.), W 3,000 

Dakotan (Rep.), W. 1,200 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,040 

Rustler (Ind.), W 1,500 

State Register (Legal), W 2,800 

RAPID CITY— Pop. 1,342— Pennington Co. 
—Pop. 5,610. 

Black Hills Journal (Rep.), W 1,400 

Union (Ind.), W 1,050 

SIOUX FALLS— Pop. 12,400— Minnehaha 

Co.— Pop. 23,926. 
Argus-Leader (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Sun 7,803 

Argus-Leader (Rep.), S-W 1,800 

Fremad (Nor^v.), W. 3.800 

Journal (Dem.), W 2,650 

Press (Ind. Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 5,850 

Press (Ind. Dem.), Sun 6,200 

Soo. Critic (Dem.), W 5,800 

South Dakota Farmer (Agri), W. .. 10,500 
South Dakota State Forum (Rep.), 

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Sued Dakota Nachrichten und 

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SPEARFISH— Pop. 1,166— Lawrence Co.— 
Pop. 17,897. 

Mail (Rep.), W 1,500 

VERMILLION— Pop. 2,183 — Clay Co.— 
Pop. 9,316. 

Plain Talk (Ind.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 

WATERTOWN— Pop. 3,352— Codington Co. 
—Pop. 8,770. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,260 

Public Opinion (Rep.), W 1,400 

Times (Ind.), W 1,100 

YANKTON— Pop. 4,125— Yankton Co.— 

Pop. 12,649. 

Dakota Freie Presse (Ger. Rep.),W. 8,000 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,050 

Press and Dakotan-Gazette (Rep.), 

eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Press and Dakotan-Gazette (Rep.), 

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Population 2,095,223. 

ATHENS— Pop. 1,849— McMinn Co.— Pop. 
19,163. 

Athenian Citizen (Rep.), W 1,300 

Post (Dem.), W 1,250 

BRISTOL— Pop. 5,271— Sullivan Co.— Pop. 
24,935. 

Courier (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 2,150 

Courier (Dem.), S-W 2,400 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

News (Rep.), W 1,.300 

BROWNSVILLE — Pop. 2,645 — Haywood 
Co.— Pop. 25,189. 

States-Graphic (Dem.), W 2,000 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,300 











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CHATTANOOGA— Pop. 30,400— Hamilton 
Co.— Pop. 61,695. 
Crabtree's Home Journal (Lit.), M. 60,000 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 15,000 

News (Dem.), W 65.000 

Southern Fruit Grower (Agri.),.M.. 30,000 

Times (Dem.), morn., ex. Sun 18,500 

Times (Dem.), Sun 21,800 

Times (Dem.), W 22,500 

Tradesman (Industrial). S-M 7,000 

Tri-State Fanner (M.) .' 25,000 

CLARKSVILLE— Pop. 9,431— Montgomery 
Co.— Pop. 36,017. 
Leaf Chronicle (Ind.),eve., ex. Sun. 1,800 

Leaf Chronicle (Ind.), W 3,600 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,550 

Star (Dem.), W 2,800 

CLEVELAND— Pop. 3,858— Bradley Co.— 
Pop. 15,759. 

Banner (Rep.), W 1,510 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,480 

Journal (Dem.), W 2,400 

COLUMBIA— Pop. 6,052— Maury Co.— Pop. 
42,703. 

Dixie Game Fowl, M 1,600 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,000 

Maury Democrat (Dem.), W 2,300 

COVINGTON— Pop. 2,787— Tipton Co.— 
Pop. 29,273. 
Leader (Ind.), W 2,000 

DYERSBURG— Pop. 3,647— Dyer Co.— Pop. 
23,776. 

Herald (Dem.). W 1,520 

State Gazette (Dem.), W 1,300 

FAYETTEVILLE— Pop. 2,708— Lincoln Co. 
—Pop. 26,304. 

Advocate (Negro), W 1,300 

News (Dem.), W : 1,000 

Observer (Dem.), W 1,500 







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^^RANKLIN— Pop. 2,180— Williamson Co.— 
Pop. 26,429. 

News (Dem.), W 1,800 

Review Appeal (Dem.), W 1,600 

GALLATIN- Pop. 2,409— Summer Co.— 
Pop. 26,072. 

Examiner (Dem.), W 1,600 

News (Dem.), S-W 1,300 

Tennesseean (Dem.), W 1,600 

mEENVILLE— Pop. 1,817— Greene Co.— 
Pop. 30,596. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Sun (Rep.), W 1,000 

aARRIMAN— Pop. 3,442— Roane Co.— Pop. 
22 738 

Citizen (Ind.), W 2,100 

Record (Rep.), W 2,300 

lENDERSON— Pop. 1,000— Chester Co.— 
Pop. 9,896. 
Gazette-Era (Dem.), W 1,300 

HUNTINGDON- Pop. 1,332— Carroll Co.— 
Pop. 24,250. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 

ACKSON— Pop. 15,900— Madison Co.— Pop. 
36,333. 

Dispatch (Dem.), W 4,600 

Sun (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat 1,750 

Sun (Dem.), Sun 1,750 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,300 

Whig (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,800 

Whig (Dem.), W 2,000 

rOHNSON CITY— Pop. 4,645— Washington 
Co.— Pop. 22,604. 

Comet (Dem.), W 1,150 

Staff (Rep.), W 1,900 





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KNOXVILLE— Pop. 34,400— Knox Co.— 
Pop. 74,.302. 

Business Magazine (Com.), M 3,100 

Journal and Tribune (Rep.), morn. 14,550 

Journal and Tribune (Rep.), W. ... 14,500 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 10,786 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 2,600 

LEBANON- Pop. 1,956— Wilson Co.— Pop. 
27,078. 

Banner (Ind.), W 2,100 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,450 

LEWISBURG— Pop. 1,421— Marshall Co.— 
Pop. 18,763. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,780 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,050 

McKENZIE— Pop. 1,266— Carroll Co.— Pop. 
24,250. 
Independent (Ind.), W 2,300 

MEMPHIS— Pop. 102,320— Shelby Co. 

Commercial Appeal (Dem.), morn.. 38,803 

Commercial Appeal (Dem.), Sun.. . 57,632 

Commercial Appeal (Dem.), W. . . . 77,509 

Cotton Farm Journal, S-M 4,800 

Deutsche Zeitung (Ger.), W 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), Sun 2,000 

Medical Monthly (Med.), M 3,700 

NewsScimitar (Dem.),eve.,ex. Sun. 29,170 

News Scimitar (Dem.), Sun 30,406 

News Scimitar (Dem.), W 99,733 

Planters Journal (Agri.), W 2,650 

Shelby County Democrat (Dem.), 

W 4,500 

Suedliches Journal-Post (Ger. Ind.), 

W 2,300 

Times (Ind.), Sun 3,800 

United Labor Journal, W 3^500 

MT. PLEASANT— Pop. 2,007— Maury Co — 
Pop. 42,703. 
Chronicle (Dem.), W 1 300 













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MURFREESBORO — Pop. 3,999— Ruther. 
ford Co.— Pop. 33,543. 

Free Press (Dem.), S-W 1,250 

Home Journal (Dem.), W 1,340 

News Banner (Dem.), W 1,640 

NASHVILLE— Pop. 80,865— Davidson Co. 

—Pop. 122,815. 

American (Dem.), morn 2I,44| 

American (Dem.), Sun 25,384 

American (Dem.), W 57,796 

Anzeigerdes Suedens (Ger. Ind.) W. 1,400 

Banner (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 31,603 

Bob Taylor's Magazine (Lit.), M.. . 60,000 

Clarion (Rep.), W 1,550 

Confederate Veteran, M 21,000 

Dental Headlight, Q 1,500 

Dixie Miller (Milling), M 4,100 

Farm and Trade, M 15,000 

Journal of Medicine and Surgery, M. 1,500 

Labor Advocate, W 2,000 

Merchant and Manufacturer (Com.), 

M 5,700 

Southern Agriculturist & Home 

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Southern Practitioner (Med.), M. . . 7,100 
Southwestern School Journal, M . . . 6,000 

PARIS — Pop. 2,018 — Henry Co. — Pop. 
24,208. 

Post Intelligencer (Dem.), W 3,410 

Press-Parisian (Dem.), W 2,800 

PULASKI — Pop. 2,838 — Giles Co. — Pop. 
33,035. 

Cirizen (Dem.), W 1,750 

Record (Dem.), W 1,600 

SPRINGFIELD— Pop. 1,732— Robertson Co. 
—Pop. 25,029. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,000 

News (Dem.), W 1,300 

Record (Dem.), W 1,010 

UNION CITY— Pop. 3,497— Obion Co.— 
Pop. 28,286. 

Commercial (Dem.), W 1,750 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,025 



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Population 3,285,474. 

ABILENE— Pop. 1,342— Taylor Co.— Pop. 
10,499. 

News (Dem.), W 1,600 

Reporter (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 600 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,670 

AMARILLO— Pop. 1,442— Potter Co.— Pop. 
1,820. 

Western Advocate (Dem.), W 1,200 

ATHENS— Pop. 2,035— Henderson Co.— 
Pop. 1,970... 

Review (Dem.), W 1,300 

AUSTIN— Pop. 23,600— Travis Co.— Pop. 
47,386. 

Harpoon (Ind.), M 14,666 

Medical News (Med.), M 2,020 

News-Tribune (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 3,000 

News-Tribune (Dem.), Sun 1,705 

Statesman (Dem.), morn 8,637 

Statesman (Dem.), Sun 9,956 

Statesman "(Dem.), S-W 8,976 

Texas Posten (Swedish), W 3,452 

Texas Vorvvaerts (Ger. Ind.), W. . . 6,100 

Vorwaerts (Ind. Ger.), W 4,000 

BASTROP— Pop.- 2,145— Bastrop Co.— Pop. 
26,845. 

Advertiser (Dem.), W 1,015 

Vidctte (Dem.), W 1,300 

BEAUMONT— Pop. 19,300— Jefferson Co.— 
Pop. 35,000. 

Enterprise (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 7,020 

Enterprise (Dem.), Sun 8,900 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,600 

Journal (Dem.), Sun 3,700 

Journal (Dem.), W 2,600 

Labor News (Lab.), W 1,210 

BEEVILLE — Pop. 2,000 — Bee Co. — Pop. 
7,720. 

Bee (Ind.), W 1,500 

Picayune (Dem.), W 1,200 



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BELL VILLE— Pop. 1,500— Austin Co.— 
Pop. 20,676. 

Times (Dem.), W 1,690 

Wochenblatt (Ger. Dem.), W 1,600 

BELTON — Pop. 3,700— Bell Co. — Pop. 
45 535 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Journal Reporter (Dem.), W 2,100 

Poultry Life of America, M 6,000 

BONHAM— Pop. 5,042— Fannin Co.— Pop. 
51 793 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,100 

Favorite (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Favorite (Dem.), W 1,600 

News (Dem.), W 1,800 

BOWIE— Pop. 2,600— Montague Co.— Pop. 
24,800. 

Blade (Ind.), W 1,100 

Cross Timbers (Dem.), W 1,200 

BRENHAM— Pop. 5,986— Washington Co.— 
Pop. 32,931. 

Banner (Dem.), W 1,600 

Press (Dem.), W 1,300 

Texas Volksbote (Ger. Ind.), W... . 1,800 

BROWNWOOD— Pop. 3,965— Brown Co.— 

Banner Bulletin (Dem.), W 2,250 

News (Dem.), W 2,300 

BRYAN— Pop. 3,589 — Brazos Co. — Pop. 
18 859 

Eagle (Dem.), W 1,000 

Pilot (Dem.), W 1 ,280 

CLARKS VILLE— Pop. 2,069— Red River Co. 
—Pop. 29,893. 

News (Dem.), W 1,400 

Times (Loc), W 1,700 

CLEBURNE— Pop. 7,493— Johnson Co.— 
Pop. 33,819. 
Chronicle (Dem.), W 2,600 












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Texas — Continued 

CLEBURNE— Continued. 

Enterprise (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,700 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 2,300 

Review (Dem.), W 2,000 

Watchman (Pop.), W 1,500 

COMANCHE— Pop. 2,070— Comanche Co.— 
Pop. 23,009. 

Chief (Dem.), W 2,100 

Pioneer Exponent (Ind.), W 1,900 

COMMERCE— Pop. 1,800— Hunt Co.— Pop. 
47 295 
Journal (Dem.), W 1,-300 

CORSICANA— Pop. 9,313— Navarro Co.— 
Pop. 43,374. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

Light (Dem.), W 3,300 

Observer (Dem.), W 1,200 

Sun (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,013 

Truth (Fam.), W 2,000 

CROCKETT— Pop. 2,612— Houston Co.— 
Pop. 25,452. 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,000 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,050 

CUERO— Pop. 3,422— DeWitt Co.— Pop. 

21,311. 
Deutsche Rundschau (Ger. Ind.), 

W 1,560 

Record (Ind.), W 1,250 

Star (Dem.), W 1,800 

DALLAS— Pop. 44,200 — Dallas Co. — Pop. 

82,726. 
American Home Journal (Lit.), M. 55,000 

Beau Monde (Socy.), W 5,000 

Dallas Co. Farm Journal (Agri.) , W. 6,100 

Democrat (Dem.), W 5,100 

Farm and Ranch (Agri.), W 75,000 

Feld and Flur (Agri. Ger.), M 9,500 

Holland's Magazine (Lit.), M 25,000 

Home and State (Lit.), M 25.000 



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DALLAS— Continued. 

News (Ind.), morn 48,000 

News (Ind.), Sun 62,000 

News (Ind.), S-W. (including Galves- 
ton) 150,000 

Nord Texas Presse (Ger. Ind.), W. 2,120 

Postmaster & Carrier, M 

Southern Mercury (Agri.), W 20,000 

Southern Poultry Journal (Poult.), 

M 6,400 

Texas Farm Journal, S-M 27,000 

Texas Farmer (Agri.), W 30,000 

Texas Trade Review, S-M 10,000 

Times-Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. 10,500 

Times-Herald (Dem.), Sun 10,300 

Truck Farmer (Agri.), M 3,200 

DENISON— Pop. 11,807— Grayson Co.— 
Pop. 63,661. 

Gazetteer (Dem.), W 1,050 

Herald (Ind. Dem.), eve., ex. Sun . 2,650 

Herald (Ind. Dem.), W 2,800 

Times-Dispatch (Dem.), W 1,000 

DENTON— Pop. 4,187— Denton Co.— Pop. 

28 318 

Monitor (Dem.), W 2,600 

News (Dem.), W 2,100 

Record and Chronicle (Dem.), W. . 2,750 

DUBLIN — Pop. 2,370 — Earth Co. — Pop. 

29 966 

Progress "(Ind.), W 1,850 

EL PASO— Pop. 17,600— El Paso Co.— Pop. 
24,886. 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 5,832 

News (Dein.), eve., ex. Sun 3,650 

Times (Ind. Dem.), morn.,ex, Mon. 4,540 
Times (Ind. Dem.), Sun 6,050 

ENNIS — Pop. 4,919 — Ellis Co. — Pop. 
50 059 

Journal (Dem.), T-W 1,000 

Local (Dem.), W 1,050 

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Texas— Continued 

FORT WORTH— Pop. 26,688— Tarrant Co. 

—Pop. 52,376. 

Anzeiger (Ger. Ind.), W 1,600 

Citizen (Dem.), W 15,000 

Live Stock Reporter (Agri.), morn., 

ex. Sun 5,296 

Record (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon... . 15,000 

Record (Dem.), Sun 20,000 

Record (Dem.), S-W 10,000 

Southwestern Farmer and Breeder, 

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Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 7,200 

Telegram (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 9,-348 

Telegram (Dem.), Sun 10,052 

Telegram (Dem.), W 10,000 

Texas Stockman Journal (Agri.),W. 12,294 

Union Banner (Trade Union), W.. . 5,800 

FREDERICKSBURG— Pop. 1,532— Gilles- 
pie Co. 
Wochenblatt (Ger. Ind.), W 1,100 

GAINESVILLE— Pop. 7,874— Cooke Co.— 
Pop. 27,494. 

Anzeiger (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

Hesperian (Dem.), W 1,600 

Messenger (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 1,250 

Messenger (Dem.), W 2,400 

Register (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Register (Dem.), W 3,100 

Signal (Ind.), W ^ 1,500 

GALVESTON— Pop. 32,800— Galveston Co 
—Pop. 44,116. 

Journal (Lab.), W 4,000 

News (Ind.), morn • 11,000 

News (Ind.), Sun 14,000 

News (Ind.), S-W. (See Dallas) .... 

Opera Glass (Socy.), W 6,000 

Post (Ind. Ger.).! 1.600 

Social Review (Socy.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 6,555 

GEORGETOWN— Pop. 2,790— Williamson 
Co.— Pop. 38,072. 

Commercial (Dem.), W 2,200 

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GONZALES— Pop. 4,297— Gonzales Co.— 
Pop. 28,882. 

Farmers' Forum (Pop.), W 1,010 

Inquirer (Dem.), W 1,450 

GREENVILLE— Pop. 6,860— Hunt Co.— 
Pop. 47,295. 

Banner (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Banner (Dem.), W 3,060 

Herald (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 800 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,600 

Messenger (Dem.), W 2,300 

HALLETSVILLE— Pop. 1,457— Lavaca Co 

—Pop. 28,121. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,700 

Nachrichten (Ger.), W 1,000 

New Era (Ind.), W 1,200 

Obzor Hospodarsky (Hort. and 

Agri. Bohem.), S-M 1,120 

HAMILTON— Pop. 1,000— Hamilton Co.— 
Pop. 13,520. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,100 

Journal News (Pop.), W 1,050 

Rustler (Dem.), W 3,200 

HENDERSON— Pop. 1,536— Rusk Co.— 
Pop. 26,099. 

News (Dem.), W 1,600 

Times (Dem.), W 1,550 

HILLSBORO— Pop. 5,346— Hill Co.— Pop. 
41,355. 

Mirror (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Mirror (Dem.), W 2,600 

Record (Dem.), W 2,600 

HOUSTON— Pop. 50,760— Harris Co.— Pop. 
70,800. 

Age-Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 

Chronicle (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 21,081 

Chronicle (Dem.), Sun 25,3 1 

Deutsche Zeitung und Anzeiger 

(Ger. Dem.), W 5,000 

Labor Journal, W 4,500 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,800 






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HOUSTON— Continued. 

Post (Dem.), morn 17,401 

Post (Dem.), Sun 25,721 

Post (Dem.), S-W 50,960 

Southern Industrial and Lumber 

Review (Lumber), M 3,412 

Southwestern Farmer (Agri.), M. . . 75,000 

World (Dem.), W 2,500 

ITALY— Pop. 1,061 — Ellis Co. — Pop. 
50,050. 
News-Herald (Dem.), W 2,000 

JACKSONVILLE — Pop. 1,568 — Cherokee 
Co.— Pop. 25,154. 

Banner (Dem.), W 1,540 

Fruit Journal (Hort.), M 2,000 

Reformer (Ind.), W 1,600 

KAUFMAN— Pop. 2,-378- Kaufman Co.— 
Pop. 33,376. 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,800 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,500 

LAGRANGE— Pop. 2,392 — Fayette Co. — 
Pop. 36,542. 
Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), W. . 2,500 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,500 

Svoboda (Boh. Dem.), W 4,150 

LAREDO— Pop. 13,429— Webb Co.— Pop. 

21,851. 
El Democrata Fronterizo (Dem, 

Span.), Sun 1,000 

La Cronica (Rep. Span.), W 1,200 

Times (Dem.), Sun 1,000 

LOCKHART— Pop. 2,306— Caldwell Co.— 
Pop. 21,765. 

Post (Dem.), W 1,250 

Register (Dem.), W 1,600 

McKINNEY— Pop. 4,342— Collin Co.— Pop. 

50,087. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Examiner (Dem.), W 1,900 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,800 











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MARSHALI^Pop. 7,855— Harrison Co.— 
Pop. 31,878. 

Messenger (Dem.), eve., ex. Sat... . 1,000 

Messenger (Dem.), Sun 1,050 

Messenger (Dem.), W 1,300 

MEXIA— Pop. 2,393— Limestone Co.— Pop. 
32,573. 
Herald-Echo (Ind.), W 1,500 

MOUNT PLEASANT— Pop. 963— Titus Co. 
—Pop. 12,292. 

Eagle (Dem.), W 1,250 

Times-Review (Dem.), W. 2,450 

MYRTLE SPRINGS— Pop. 275— Van Zant 
Co.— Pop. 25,481. 
Texas Fruit Grower, W 1,600 

NACOGDOCHES — Pop. 1 ,827 — Nacogdo- 
ches Co.— Pop. 24,663. 

Plaindealer (Ind.), W 1,600 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,850 

NAVASOTA— Pop. 3,857— Grimes Co.— Pop. 
26,106. 
Examiner (Loc), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,550 

Review (Ind.), W 1,400 

Tablet (Dem.), W 1,000 

NEW BRAUNFELS— Pop. 2,097— Comal 
Co.— Pop. 7,008. 
Zeitung (Ger. Dem.), W 1,900 

ORANGE— Pop. 3,835— Orange Co.— Pop. 
5 905 

Leader (Ind.), W 1,800 

Tribune (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

PALESTINE— Pop. 8,297— Anderson Co.— 
Pop. 28,015. 

Advocate (Dem.), W 1t350 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,250 

Visitor (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 





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PARIS— Pop. 9,358 — Lamar Co. — Pop. 
48,627. 

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Farmers' Advocate (Dem.), W 1,500 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 1,500 

News (Dem,), S-W 2,650 

PORT ARTHUR— Pop. 900— Jefferson Co' 
—Pop. 14,239. 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,300 

News (Ind. Dem.), W 1,600 

ROCKDALE— Pop. 2,515— Milam Co.— Pop 
39,666. 

Messenger (Pop.), W 1,300 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,400 

SAN ANGELO— Pop. 2,615— Tom Green Co. 
—Pop. 6,804. 

Press (Dem.), W 1,900 

Standard (Dem.), W 2,850 

SAN ANTONIO— Pop. 58,100— Bexar Co.— 

Pop. 69,422. 

Banner (Ind. Ger.), W 3,500 

Dispatch (Labor), W 4,600 

Express (Ind. Dem.), morn 14,300 

Express (Ind. Dem.), Sun 19,200 

Express (Ind. Dem.), S-W 19,000 

Freie Presse fuer Texas (Ger. Rep.), 

eve., ex. Sun 1.000 

Freie Presse fuer Texas (Ger. Rep.), 

W 8,000 

Gazette (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 4^500 

Light (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 6,500 

Light (Ind. Rep.), Sun 6,800 

Staatszeitung (Dem.), W 3,800 

Stockman and Farmer (Stock and 

Agri.), W 14,600 

SCHULENBURG— Pop. 1,149— Fayette Co. 
—Pop. 36,542. 

Sticker (Dem.), W 1,800 



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SEGUIN— Pop. 2,421— Guadalupe Co.— Pop. 
21 385 

Enterprise (Dem.), W. 1,000 

Ze\tung (Ger. Dem.), W 1,200 

SHERMAN— Pop. 10,243— Grayson Co.— 
Pop. 63,661. 

Courier (Dem.), W 2,235 

Democrat (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,040 

Democrat (Dem.), W 3,600 

Register (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

STEPHENVILLE— Pop. 1,902— Erath Co. 
—Pop. 29,966. 

Appeal (Dem.), W 1,100 

Empire (Dem.), W 1,510 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,240 

SULPHUR SPRINGS— Pop. 3,635— Hop- 
kins Co.— Pop. 27,950. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,500 

Echo (Dem.), W 1,430 

Gazette (Dem.), W 2,100 

TAYLOR — Pop. 4,211 — Williamson Co. — 
—Pop. 3S,072. 

Herold (Ger. Ind.), W 1,000 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,600 

Texan (Dem.), W 1.000 

TEMPLE — Pop. 7,065 — Bell Co. — Pop. 
45 535 

Mirror (Dem.), Sun 1,230 

Times (Dem.), W 1,600 

Tribune (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . 1,000 

Tribune (Dem.), Sun 1,000 

Tribune (Dem.), W 1,300 

Volksblatt (Ind. Ger.), W 1,000 

TERRELL — Pop. 6,330 — Kaufman Co. — 
Pop. 33,376. 

Times-Star (Dem.), W 2,750 

Transcript (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun,. . 1,000 
Transcript (Dem.), S-W 1,500 







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TYLER — Pop. 8,069 — Smith Co. — Pop. 
37,370. 

Courier (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,500 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,000 

VICTORIA — Pop. 4,010 —Victoria Co. — 

Pop. 13,678. 

Advocate (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... . 1,000 

Advocate (Dem.), W 1,450 

Deutsche Zcitung fuer Texas (Ger. 

Ind.), W 3,000 

Guide (Rep.), W 7,000 

WACO — Pop. 20,686 — McLennan Co. — 

Pop. 59,772. 

Echo (Dem. Ger.), W 1,000 

Guardian (Edu.), M. . . .' 7,750 

Post (Ger. Ind.), W 1,150 

Review (Ind.), AV 3,500 

Times-Herald (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 6,328 

Times-Herald (Dem.), Sun 8,540 

Times-Herald (Dem.), W 3.256 

Tribune (Dem.), W. . . .« 2,100 

WAXAHACHIE — Pop. 4,215 — Ellis Co. — 
Pop. 50,059. 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 3,550 

Light (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1100 

Mirror (Dem.), W 1^500 

WEATHERFORD — Pop. 4,786 — Parker 
Co.— Pop. 25,823. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,700 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,800 

Republic (Dem.), W 1,600 

WILLS POINT — Pop. 1,-347 — Van Zandt 
• Co.— Pop. 25,481. 

Chronicle (Dem.), W^ . 2,850 





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Reporter (Rep.), W 1,250 

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Pop. 25,239. 

Examiner (Ind.), morn 3,600 

Examiner (Ind.), Sun 3,600 

Industrial Utah (Agri.), S-M 8,000 

Standard (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 4,500 

Standard (Ind. Rep.), W 3,300 

State Journal (Dem.) , morn. , ex. Sun. 2,500 
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Enquirer (Rep.), S-W 3,000 


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Beobachter (Ger.), W 1,000 

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LJtah — Continued 

SALT LAKE CITY— Continued. 

Deseret News (Mormon), W 9,200 

Deseret News (Mormon) S-W 22,600 

Goodwin's Weekly (Rep.), 3,000 

Herald (Dem.), morn 8,240 

Herald (Dem.), Sun.. 11,875 

Herald (Dem.), S-W 2,803 

Intermountain Republican (Rep.), 

morn . 7,164 

Intermountain Republican (Rep.), 

Sun 7,917 

Mining Review, B-M 2,000 

Reporter (Hotel), daily ex. Sun. .. . 1,000 

Telegram (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 8,350 

Tribune (Ind. Rep.), morn. 10,239 

Tribune (Ind. Rep.), Sun 15,550 

Tribune (Ind. Rep.), S-W 10,041 

Truth (Ind.), W 3,000 

Women's Exponent (Wom. Suf.), 

S-M 1.000 



Vermont 

Population 347,007. 

BAR RE — Pop. 8,448 — Washington Co. — 
Pop. 36,607. 

Telegram (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3.300 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,350 

BARTON— Pop. 1,050 — Orleans Co.— Pop. 
22,024. 
Monitor (Rep.), W 2,950 

BELLOWS FALLS — Pop. 4,337 — Wind- 
ham Co.— Pop. 26,660. 
Times (Rep.), W 3,400 



BENNINGTON — Pop. 5,656 — Bennington 
Co.— Pop. 21,705. 
Banner and Reformer (Rep.), W . . . 3,800 



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BRATTLEBORO — Pop. 5,297 — Windham 

Co.— Pop. 26,660. 
Holstein Friesian Register (Stock), 

M 5,500 

N. E. Farmer (Agri.), W 15,000 

Phoenix (Rep.), W 5,000 

Reformer (Dem.), W. 4,550 

BURLINGTON — Pop. 19,900 — Chittendon 
Co.— Pop. 39,600. 
Free Press (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun. . 7.100 

Free Press (Rep.), W 4,621 

News (Ind. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . .. 6,850 
Vermont Medical Monthly , . 1,400 

ESSEX JUNCTION — Pop. 1,141 —Chitten- 
don Co.— Pop. 39,000. 
Burlington Clipper (Rep.), W 8,200 

FAIRHAVEN — Pop. 2,470 — Rutland Co. 
—Pop. 42,209. 
Era (Rep.), W 1,600 

HARDWICK — Pop, 1,334 — Caledonia Co. 
—Pop. 24,381. 
Gazette (Rep.), W 1,600 

LUDLOW — Pop, 1,454 — Windsor Co. — 
Pop. 32,225. 
Tribune ( (Rep.), W 2,200 

LYNDON VILLE — Pop. 1,274 — Caledonia 
Co.— Pop. 24,381. 
Journal (Rep.), W 2,500 

MIDDLEBURY — Pop. 1,897 — Addison 
Co.— Pop. 21,912. 
Register (Rep.), W 3,000 

MONTPELIER — Pop. 3,617 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 36,607. 

Argus (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,100 

Argus and Patriot (Dem.), W 3,400 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,100 

Watchman (Rep.), W 4,000 





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NEWPORT — Pop. 1,874 — Orleans Co. — 
Pop. 22, 024. 
Express and Standard (Rep.), S-W. 2,500 

POULTXEY — Pop. 3,108 — Rutland Co. — 
Pop. 44,209. 

Advertiser (Ind.), W 1,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,700 

RANDOLPH — Pop. 2,466 — Orange Co. — 
Pop. 19,313. 
Herald (Rep.), W 4,300 

RICHFORD — Pop. 1,503 — Franklin Co. — 
Pop. 30,198. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,200 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,250 

RUTLAND — Pop. 11,499 — Rutland Co. — 
Pop. 44,209. 

Herald (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 4,500 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,000 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,600 

News (Rep.), W 4,450 

ST. ALBANS — Pop. 6,229 — Franklin Co. 
Pop. 30,198. 
Messenger (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun... . 3,000 

Messenger (Rep.), W 2,600 

Vennonter (Lit. and Hist.), M 5,600 

ST. JOHNSBURY —Pop. 5,666 — Caledonia 
Co.— Pop. 24,381. 

Caledonian (Rep.), W 2,150 

Republican (Rep.), W " 3,500 

SPRINGFIELD — Pop. 2,040 — AVindsor Co. 
—Pop. 32.225. 
Reporter (Ind.), W 1,500 

VERGENNES — Pop. 1,753 — Addison Co. 

—Pop. 21,912. 
Enterprise and Vermonter (Rep.), 

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Orwell Citizen (Rep.), W 1,000 





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WATERBURY — Pop. 1,597 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 36,607. 
Record (Rep.), W 1,500 

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION— Pop. 1,575— 
Windsor Co.— Pop. 32,225. 
Landmark (Rep.), W 1,450 

WILMINGTON — Pop. 410 — Windham Co. 
—Pop. 26,660. 
Deersfield Valley Times (Rep.), W. 1,665 

WINDSOR — Pop. 1,656 — Windsor Co. — 
Pop. 32,225. 
Journal (Rep.), W 2,000 

WOODSTOCK — Pop. 1.284 — Windsor Co. 
—Pop. 32,225. 
Standard (Rep.), W 2,350 



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Population 1,919,103. 

ABINGDON — Pop. 1,306 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 28,995. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,600 

Virginian (Dem.), W 1,500 

ALEXANDRIA — Pop. 14,528 — Alexandria 
Co.— Pop. 60,430. 

Gazette (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Gazette (Dem.), T-W 1,000 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

BEDFORD CITY — Pop. 2,416 — Bedford 
Co. — Pop. 30,356. 

Bulletin (Dem.), W 2,400 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,250 

BERKLEY — Pop. 4,988 — Norfolk Co. — 
Pop. 50,780. 
Democrat (Dem.), W 1,600 





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Virginia — Continued 

BRISTOL — Pop. 4,579 — Washington Co. 
—Pop. 28,995. 
Courier (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon — 2,300 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

News (Rep.), W 1,260 

BUEXA VISTA — Pop. 2,388 — Rockbridge 
Co.— Pop. 21,799. 
Advocate (Dem.), W 1,000 

CHARLOTTESVILLE— Pop. 6,449 — Albe- 
marle Co.— Pop. 28,473. 

Chronicle (Ind.), W 1,520 

Progress (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,700 

CULPEPPER — Pop. 1,618 — Culpepper 
Co.— Pop. 14,123. 
Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,300 

DANVILLE — Pop. 17,300 — Pittsylvania 
Co.— Pop. 46,894. 

Bee (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,300 

Register (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. .. 1,700 

Register (Ind. Dem.), Sun 1,700 

Register (Dem.), S-W 2,300 

DAYTON — Pop. 425 — Rockingham Co. — 
Pop. 33,527. 
Musical Million (Musical), M 8,600 

EMPORIA— Pop. 1,027 — Greensville Co. — 
Pop. 9,758. 

Virginia Farmer (Agri.), M 72,000 

Virginian (Ind.), W 4,700 

FREDERICKSBURG— Pop. 5,068 — Spott- 
sylvania Co. — Pop. 9,239. 

Free Lance (Ind.), T-W 2,600 

Journal (Dem.), S-W 1,600 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun . 1,000 

HAMPTON — Pop. 3,441 — Elizabeth Co. — 
Pop. 19,460. 

Monitor (Dem.), W 1,050 

So. Workman (Edu.), M 5,000 







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HARRISONBURG— Pop. 3,521 — Rocking- 
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Free Press (Ind.), W 1,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Register (Dem.), S-W 1,850 

Spirit of the Valley (Rep.), W 1,800 

LEXINGTON — Pop. 3,203 — Rockbridge 
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News (Ind. Dem.), W 1,500 

LURAY — Pop. 1,147 — Pope Co. — Pop. 
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Courier (Loc), W 1,750 

News (Dem.), W . 1,600 

LYNCHBURG — Pop. 18,891 — Campbell 
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Advance (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

Advance (Dem.), W 2,250 

News (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 4,200 

News (Dem.), T-W 1,000 

NEWPORT NEWS — Pop. 24,200 — War- 
wick Co.— Pop. 24,523. 

Press (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 4,100 

Times-Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

NORFOLK — Pop. 55,200 — Norfolk Co. — 

Pop. 50,780. 

Cornucopia (Agri.), M 2,100 

Ledger-Dispatch (Dem.), eve., ex. 

Sun 20,000 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,300 

Landmark (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon.. 8,000 
News and Advertiser (Negro), W. . 1,200 
Norfolk Journal of Commerce (Dem.) , 

S-W 6,100 

Unionist (Lab.), W 1 500 

Virginian-Pilot (Dem.), morn., ex. 

Mon 12,192 

Virginian-Pilot (Dem ), Sun 13,596 

Virginian Pilot (De ri . 11.000 





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Times-Dispatch (Dem.), W 16,000 




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STAUNTON— Pop. 7,229— Augusta Co.— 

Pop. 32,370. 

Argus (Ind. Dem.), W 1,500 

News (Ind.), S-W 1,250 

Old Dominion Sun (Rep.), W 2,000 

Spectator and Vindicator (Dem.), 

W 2,100 

WINCHESTER— Pop. 5,111— Frederick Co. 
—Pop. 13,239. 

News (Dem.), W 1,600 

News-Item (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun... 1,000 

Star (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,100 

Times (Dem.), W 1,000 

WYTHEVILLE— Pop. 3,003— Wythe Co.— 
Pop. 20,437. 

• Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,400 



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Population 581,626. 

ABERDEEN— Pop. 3,747— Chehalis Co.— 
Pop. 15,124. 

Bulletin (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon... . 2,260 

Bulletin (Rep.), W 1,800 

Herald (Dem.), S-W 1,800 

BALLARD— Pop. 4,568— King Co.— Pop. 
110,053. 

News (Rep.), W 1,150 

BELLINGHAM— Pop. 11,062— Whatcom Co. 
—Pop. 24,116. 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 8,300 

Reveille (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon... . 5,400 

Reveille (Rep.), W 1,850 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,700 

World-Herald (Rep.), W 2,600 

CHEHALIS— Pop. 1,775— Lewis Co.— Pop. 
15,157. 

Advocate (Dem.), W 1,200 

Bee Nugget (Rep.), W 1,550 












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COLFAX— Pop. 2,121— Whitman Co.— Pop. 
25,360. 

Commoner (Dem.), W 1,300 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,400 

DAYTOX— Pop. 2,216— Columbia Co.— Pop. 
7,128. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 1,000 

Courier-Press (Dem.), W 1,800 

EVERETT— Pop. 7,838— Snohomish Co.— 
Pop. 23,950. 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,250 

Herald (Ind.), W 2,500 

Labor Journal (Lab.), W 1,500 

Record (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,450 

Tribune (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. . . . 2,200 

XORTH YAKIMA— Pop. 3,154— Yakima 
Co.— Pop. 13,462. 

Herald (Dem.), W 2,200 

X. W. Farm and Home (Agri.), W. 30,000 
Republic (Rep.), W 1,100 

OLYMPIA— Pop. 4,082— Thurston Co.— Pop. 
9 927 

Capital (Ind.), W 1,010 

Olympian (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon.. 1,100 

Olympian (Rep.), W 1,550 

Recorder (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Recorder (Rep.), W 1,300 

Standard (Dem.), W 1,000 

PORT AXGELES— Pop. 2,320-<:;iallam Co. 
—Pop. 5,603. 

Democrat Leader (Dem.), W 1,000 

Tribune-Times (Rep.), W ^ 1,800 

PORT TOWNSEXD— Pop. 3,443^ Jefferson 
Co.— Pop. 5,712. 

Call (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Call (Ind.), W 1,000 

Leader (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,850 

Leader (Rep.), W 2,000 



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SEATTLE— Pop. 92,100— Kings Co.— Pop. 

American Forester (Frat.), M 8,000 

Argus (Ind.) Rep., W 4,300 

Bulletin (Com.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Bulletin (Com.), W 2,500 

Coast (Lit.), M 5,500 

Commercial Reporter (Com.), morn., 

ex. Mon 3,100 

Green Lake News (Ind.), W 1,600 

Mail and Herald (Loc), W 5,100 

Next (Socialism), W 8,000 

Northwest Journal of Education 

(Edu.), M 4,500 

Odd Fellow, M 5,000 

Pacific Lumber Trade Journal, M . . 3,400 

Pacific Progress (Lit.), M 8,000 

Pacific Sportsman, M 2,000 

Pacific Tribune (Ind. Swed.), W. . . 14,500 

Patriarch (Ind.), W 1,400 

Post-Intelligencer (Ind. Rep.), morn. 24,571 

• Post-Intelligencer(Ind. Rep.), Sun. 33,420 
Post-Intelligencer (Ind. Rep.), S-W. 25,835 

Ranch (Agri.), S-M 12,500 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1 8,908 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 37,494 

Times (Dem.), Sun 47,500 

Times (Ind.), W 6,600 

Trade Register, W 1,284 

Vestra Posten (Swedish), W 4,500 

Washington Presse (Dem. Ger.), W. 1,150 
Washington Staats Zeitung (Ind. 
'Ger.), W 1,500 

SPOKANE— Pop. 42,000— Spokane Co.— 
Pop. 57,542. 

Chronicle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 13,795 

Inland Farmer (Agri.), M 8,000 

Freeman's Labor Journal, W 5,000 

Mining (Min.), M 2,000 

New West Trade (Ind.), W 1,500 

Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

Spectator (Rep.),'W 5,000 

Spokesman Review (Ind.), morn. . 17,200 
Spokesman Review (Ind.), Sun 23,500 

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SPOKANE— Continued. 

Washington Post (Ger. Ind.), W.. . 3,000 

Western Home Journal, M 3,000 

TACOMA— Pop. 45,200— Pierce Co.— Pop. 
55,515. 

Ledger (Rep.), morn 15,860 

Ledger (Rep.), Sun 21,141 

Ledger (Rep.), W 9,601 

New Herald (Ind. Rep.), W 1,100 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 16,364 

News (Dem.), Sat 17,521 

News (Dem.), S-W 5,685 

N. W. Horticulturist (Agri.), M.. . . 2,700 

Pacific Poultryman (Poul.), M 1,700 

Tidende (Dan. Nor.), W 2,100 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,500 

Wacht am Sunde (Ger. Ind.), W.. . 1.450 

West Coast Trade (Com.), W 2,250 

VANCOUVER— Pop. 4,006— Clarke Co.— 
Pop. 13,419. 

Columbian (Rep.), W 1,-300 

WAITSBURO-Pop. 1,011— Walla Walla 
Co.— Pop. 18,680. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,000 

Times (Ind.), W 1,480 

WALLA WALLA — Pop. 10,049 — Walla 

Walla Co.— Pop. 18,680. 

Argus (Dem.), W 1,800 

Record (Rep.), W 3,000 

Statesman (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,900 

Statesman (Dem.), W 2,000 

Union Journal (Rep.), morn., ex. 

Mon 2,250 

Union Journal (Rep.), W 1,600 

West Virginia 

Population 1,021,106. 

BLUEFIELD— Pop. 4,644— Mercer Co.— 
Pop. 23,023. 

Telegraph (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon.. 2,.300 









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BUCKHANNON— Pop. 1,589— Upshur Co. 
—Pop. 14,696. 
Delta and Knight Errant (Rep.) , W. 2,250 

CHARLESTON— Pop. 12,500— Kenawha Co. 
—Pop. 54,696. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,550 

Gazette (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. . . 2,800 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,000 

Mail (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,350 

Mail (Rep.), S-W 2,500 

West Virginia Farm Review, M. . . . 5,400 

CHARLESTOWN— Pop. 2,392— Jefferson Co. 
—Pop. 15,935. 

Farmers' Advocate, W 1,200 

Free Press (Dem.), W 1,000 

Spirit of Jefferson (Dem.), W 1,100 

CLARKSBURG— Pop. 4,050— Harrison Co. 
—Pop. 27,690. 

Herald (Ind. Rep.) 4,000 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,850 

News (Dem.), W 2,800 

Telegram (Rep.), W 2,000 

ELKINS— Pop. 2,016— Randolph Co.— Pop. 
17,670. 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,550 

Inter Mountain (Rep.), W 1,000 

News (Dem.), W 1,600 

FAIRMONT— Pop. 5,655— Marion Co.— Pop. 
32,430. 

Free Press (Ind.), W 3,335 

Index (Dem.), W 2,000 

West Virginian (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 3,000 
West Virginian (Rep.), W 1.500 

GRAFTON— Pop. 5,650— Taylor Co.— Pop. 
14,978. 

Leader (Dem.), W 2,000 

Sentinel (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun 1,400 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,800 





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HIXTOX— Pop. 3,763— Summers Co.— Pop. 
16,265. 

Hinton Leader (Rep.), W 1,300 

Independent Herald (Dem.), W. . . . 1,230 

HUXTIXGTOX— Pop. 11,923— Cabell Co.— 
Pop. 29,252. 
Advertiser (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 1,300 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,850 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,500 

MAXXIXGTOX— Pop. 1,681— Marion Co.— 
Pop. 32,4.30. 

Advocate (Rep.) , W 1,500 

Enterprise (Ind.), S-W 2,950 

Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

MARTIXSBURG^ Pop. 7,564— Berkeley Co. 
—Pop. 19,469. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,300 

Statesman (Dem.), W 1,600 

World (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,170 

World (Ind.), S-W 1,000 

MORGAXTOWX— Pop. 1 ,895— Monongalia 
Co.— Pop. 19,049. 

X^ew Dominion (Dem.), W 1,050 

News (Dem.), W 1,200 

Post (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Post (Rep.), W 2,200 

Rural News (Agri.), M 5,500 

MOUNDSVILLE— Pop. 5,362— Marshall Co. 
—Pop. 26,444. 

Echo (Dem.), W 2,000 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,100 

NEW MARTINSVILLE— Pop. 1,089— Wet- 
zel Co.— Pop. 22,880. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,200 

News (Dem.), W 1,240 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,100 





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PARKERSBURG— Pop. 16,200— Wood Co. 
—Pop. 34,452. 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,600 

Journal (Rep.), W 4,500 

News (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 2,000 

News (Rep.), W 1,000 

Sentinel (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

Sentinel (Dem.), W 1,300 

PIEDMONT — Pop. 2,115 — Mineral Co. — 
Pop. 12,883. 

Herald (Ind.), W 1,000 

Independent (Ind.), W 2,500 

Pythian Banner (Frat.), M 4,000 

POINT PLEASANT— Pop. 1,934— Mason Co. 
—Pop. 24,142. 

Register (Dem.), W 1,600 

State Gazette (Ind.), W 1,000 

SISTERSVILLE— Pop. 2,979— Tyler Co.— 
Pop. 18,252. (N. W.) 

Review (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun ; . 1,550 

Review (Ind.), W 2,250 

WESTON— Pop. 2,560— Lewis Co.— Pop. 
16,980. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,800 

Independent (Rep.), W 1,750 

WHEELING^Pop. 40,200— Ohio Co.— Pop. 

48,024. 
Deutsche Zeitung (Ger.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,500 

Freheits Banner (Ger.), W 1,550 

Intelligencer (Rep.), morn. ,ex. Sun. 8,300 

Intelligencer (Rep.), W 4,600 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 11,600 

News (Ind.), Sun 12,100 

Ohio Valley Manufacturer (Trade), 

W 1,500 

Register (Ind. Dem.), morn., ex. 

Sun 9,500 

Register (Ind. Dem.), Sun 15,000 

Register (Ind. Dem.), W 6,200 

Telegraph (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 10,000 





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WINFIELD— Pop. 338— Putnam Co.— Pop. 
11,359. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,140 

Putnam Republican (Rep.), W. . . . 1,248 



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Population 2,228,949. 

AXTIGO— Pop. 5,145— Langlade Co.— Pop. 
12,553. 

Herold (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,000 

Xews Item (Dem.), W 1,400 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,280 

APPLETON— Pop. 16,100— Ontagamie Co.— 
Pop. 46,247. 

Crescent (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

Crescent (Dem.), W 1,800 

Gegenvart (Ind. Ger.) 4.500 

Montagsblatt (Ger. Dem.), W 6,200 

Post (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,250 

Post (Rep.), W 1,600 

Samstags Bote (Dem. Ger.), W. . . . 3,640 

VolksfreunA (Ger. Ind.), W 6.400 

Weaker (Dem. Ger.), W . 3.600 

ASHLAND— Pop. 16,100— Ashland Co.— 
Pop. 20,176. 

Chequamegon Critic (Rep.), W. . . . 1,035 

Helping Hand (Edu.), M 2,000 

Herold (Ger. Ind.), W 2,500 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

News (Dem.), W 1,000 

Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

Press (Rep.), W 1,050 

BARABOO— Pop. 5,751— Sauk Co.— Pop. 
.33,006. 

News (Rep.), W 2,600 

Republic (Rep.), W 2,000 

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BEAVER DAM— Pop. 5,128— Dodge Co.— 
Pop. 46,6.31. 

Argus (Dem.). W 1,300 

Citizen (Rep.), W 1,000 

Farmer (Agri.), M 4,600 

BELOIT— Pop. 12,900 — Rock Co.— Pop. 
51,203. 

Free Press (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,000 

Labor Journal (Lab.), W 1,200 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

News(Ind.), W 1,000 

BLACK RIVER FALLS— Pop. 1,938— Jack- 
son Co.— Pop. 17,466. 

Banner (Rep.), W 1,040 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,300 

BURLINGTON— Pop. 2,526— Racine Co.— 
Pop. 45,644. 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,000 

Standard Democrat (Dem.), W. . . . 1,000 

CHILTON— Pop. 1,460— Calumet Co.— Pop. 

17,078. 
Wisconsin Demokrat (Ger. Ind.), 

W 1,220 

Times (Dem.), W 2,250 

CHIPPEWA FALLS— Pop. 8,094— Chippewa 
Co.— Pop. 33,037. 

Herald (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,600 

Independent (Ind.), morn,, ex. Mon 1,550 
Times (Dem.), W 2,100 

CUMBERLAND— Pop. 1,328— Barron Co.— 
Pop. 36,677. 
Advocate (Rep.), W 1,500 

DARLINGTON— Pop. 1,808— Lafayette Co. 
—Pop. 20,959. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,050 

Republican-Journal (Rep.) , W 1 .800 



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Wisconsin— Continued 

DELAVAN— Pop. 2,244— Walworth Co.— 
Pop. 29,259. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,100 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,870 

DE PERE— Pop. 4,0.38— Brown Co.— Pop. 
46,359. 

De Gids (Immig. HolL), M 2,000 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,850 

News (Rep.), W 1,300 

DODGE VILLE— Pop. 1,865— Iowa Co.— 
Pop. 23,114. 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 2,000 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,300 

EAU CLAIRE— Pop. 17,517— Eau Claire Co. 
—Pop. 31,692. 

Herold (Ger. Ind.), W 3,200 

Leader (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 4,100 

Leader (Rep.), W 2,700 

Reform (Xorweg.), W 5,700 

Telegram (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Telegram (Rep.), S-W 2,100 

EVANSVILLE— Pop. 1,864— Rock Co.— 
Pop. 51,203. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,550 

Review (Rep.), W 1,300 

Tribune (Ind. Rep.), W 1,250 

FENNIMORE — Pop. 1,035 — Grant Co. — 
Pop. 38,881. 

Times (Rep.), W 2,200 

FOND DU LAC— Pop. 16,100— Fond du Lac 

Co.— Pop. 47,589. 
Commonwealth (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,100 

Commonwealth (Rep.), S-W 2,600 

Daheim (Ger. Lit.), W 2,600 

Nordwestlicher Courier (Dem. Ger.), 

W 2,800 

Reporter (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 3,700 

Reporter (Dem.), W 3,900 

Trade Bulletin (Trade), W 4,100 

















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Reporter (Rep.), W 

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Pop. 46,359. 

Advocate (Dem.), W 

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Pop. 21,021. 
Gefluegel-Zuechter (Ger. Poult.), M. 


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Recorder and Times (Dem.), W. . . 


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Pop. 34,789. 

Banner (Dem.), W 

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Wisconsin — Continued 

KAUKAUNA— Pop. 5,115— Ontagamie Co. 
—Pop. 46,247. 

Sun (Dem.), W 1,050 

Times (Rep.), W 1,100 

KENOSHA— Pop. 11,606— Kenosha Co.— 
Pop. 21,707. 

News (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

Telegraph-Courier (Rep.), W 1,500 

Volksfreund (Ger.), W 1,000 

KEWAUNEE— Pop. 1,773— Kewaunee Co. 
—Pop. 17,212. 

Banner (Dem. Ger.), W 1,000 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,240 

Listy (Dem. Bohem.), W 1,720 

KIEL — Pop. 924 — Manitowoc Co. — Pop. 
42,261. 
National Zeitung (Ger. Ind.), W. . . 1,800 

LA CROSSE— Pop. 30,100— La Crosse Co.— 

Pop. 42,997. 
Abend Stern (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

Argus (Ind. Rep.), W 1,000 

Chronicle (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon. . 6,500 

Chronicle (Rep.), W 3,000 

Herold and Volksfreund (Ger. Dem.), 

W 2,400 

Leader and Press (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 6,000 

News (Ind.), W 1,250 

Nord Stern (Ger. Ind.), S-W 3,700 

Tribune (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,100 

Volksfreund (Ger. Dem.), W 3,000 

Volkspost (Rep. Ger.), W 20,000 

LAKE GENEVA— Pop. 2,585— Walrath Co. 
—Pop. 29,259. 
Herald (Rep.), W 1,600 

LANCASTER— Pop. 2,403— Grant Co.— 
Pop. 38.881. 

Herald (Rep.), W 1,800 

Teller (Ind.), W 2,000 



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MADISON— Pop. 25,000— Dane Co.— Pop. 
69,435. 
American Thresherman (Agri.), M. 100,000 

Amerika (Norweg.), Rep. W 10,100 

Botschafter (Dem. Ger.), W 2,500 

Democrat (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon. 1,700 

Democrat (Dem.), S-W 2,500 

Madisonian (Dem.), W 1,200 

Scandinavian American (Ind.), W . 5,000 

State (Rep.), W 1,800 

State Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 3,500 

State Journal (Rep.), W 3,000 

Wisconsin Farmer (Agri.), W 18,000 

Wisconsin Journal of Education, M. 3,400 
Wisconsin Staats Zeitung (Ger. 

Dem.), W 1,350 

MANITOWOC— Pop. 12,900— Manitowoc Co. 
—Pop. 42,261. 

Citizen (Ind. Rep.), W 1,200 

Herald (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Nord-Westen (Ger. Dem.) 2,000 

Pilot (Dem.), W 1,500 

Post (Ger. Rep.), W 1,200 

Times-Press (Rep.), W 1,000 

Wahrheit (Ger. Ind.), W 1,600 

MARINETTE— Pop. 17,600— Marinette Co. 
—Pop. 30,822. 

Eagle-Star (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 3,400 

Eagle-Star (Rep.), W 1,510 

Forposten (Swedish), W 1,600 

Fremad (Dan.-Norweg.), W 2,000 

Tribunen (Swedish), W 1,425 

MARSHFIELD— Pop. 5,240— Wood Co.— 
Pop. 25,865. 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), W 1,300 

News (Dem.), W 1,600 

Times (Rep.), W 2,250 

MAYVILLE— Pop. 1,815— Dodge Co.— Pop. 
46,631. 

Banner (Dem.), S-W 1,800 

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Pop. 1,758— Taylor Co.— Pop. 
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Waldbote (Ger. Ind. Dem.), W. 



MENASHA— Pop. 5,589— Winnebago Co.— 
Pop. 58,225. 

Anzeiger (Ger. Dem.), W 1,100 

Breeze (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

MENOMONEE— Pop. 5,655— Dunn Co.— 
Pop. 25,043. 

News (Rep.), W 1,488 

Xordstern (Ger. Ind.), W 1,800 

Times (Dem.), W 1,550 

MERRILI^-Pop. 8,537— Lincoln Co.— Pop. 
16,269. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 1,450 

News (Dem.), W 1,050 

Wise. Thalbote (Ger. Ind.), W. . . . 2,700 

MILWAUKEE— Pop. 312,800— Milwaukee 

Co.— Pop. 330,017. 
Acker und Gartenbau Zeitung (Ger. 

Agri.), W 70,000 

American Journal of Education, M. 20,000 
American School Board Journal, M. 23,000 
Amerikanische Turnzeitung, W . . . . 3,600 

Arminia (Ger.), M 1,.300 

Badger and Farmer's Record (Agri.), 

M 75,000 

Der Landmann (Agri.), Ger. W. . . . 5,400 
Deutsche Hausfrau und Modernes 

Journal (Lit. Ger.), M 131,000 

Family (Mail Order), M 200,000 

Farmers' Record (Agri.), W 12,000 

Farmers' Sentinel (Rep.), W 30,000 

Free Press (Rep.), morn., ex. Sun.. 30,983 

Free Press (Rep.), Sun 24,527 

Freidenker (Ger. Rad.), W 2,200 

Gazeta Wisconsinska (Pol. Agri.), 

W 3,000 

Germania (Ger. Rep.), W 107,000 

Germania Abend Post (Ger. Rep.), 

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MILWAUKEE— Continued. 

Haus und Bauernfreund (Ger. Agri.) 

W 103,000 

Herold (Ger. Ind. Rep.), morn 17,000 

Journal (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 42,698 

Journal (Dem.), W 18,000 

Kuryer Polski (Pol. Ind. Dem.), 

eve., ex. Sun 6,150 

Kuryer Polski (Pol. Ind. Dem.),W. 4,600 

Medical Journal, M 4,000 

Midland Review (Lit.), M 25,000 

Mind and Body (Phys. Edu.), M. . . 1,600 

News (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 22,000 

North Western Sportsman, M 20,000 

Patriot (Rep.), W 1,500 

Pharmaceutical Review, M 3,940 

Seebote (Ger. Dem.), S-W 10,000 

Sentinel (Rep.), morn 34,141 

Sentinel (Rep.), Sun 49,482 

Sonntags Post (Rep.), Sun 43,706 

Times (Ind. Dem.), W 5,000 

Vorwaerts (Ger. Lab.), Sun 9,000 

Wahrheit (Ger. Soc. Dem.), W 9,000 

Western Teacher, M 11,167 

Wisconsin (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . . 28,316 

MONROE— Pop. 3,927— Green Co.— Pop. 
22,719. 

Herold (Ger. Ind.), W 1,250 

Journal-Gazette (Ind. Rep.) 2,200 

Sentinel (Rep.), W 1,520 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Times-Dem., S-W 1,100 

NEENAH— Pop. 5,954— Winnebago Co.— 

Pop. 58,225. 

Friend and Guide (Frat.), M 15,000 

Times (Dem.), eve., ex. Sun 1,280 

Times (Dem.), W 1,220 

Twin City News (Rep.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

NEILLSVILLE— Pop. 2,104— Clark Co.— 
Pop. 25,848. 
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XEILLS VILLE -Continued. 

Deutsch Amerikaner (Ger. Ind.), W 1,625 

Republican and Press (Rep.), W. . . 1,300 

Times (Rep.), W 1,500 

NEW LONDON— Pop. 2,742— Waupach Co. 
—Pop. 31,615. 

Press (Dem.), W 1,550 

Republican (Rep.), W. 1,220 

OCONOMOWOC — Pop. 2,880 — Waukesha 
Co.— Pop. 31,299. 

Enterprise (Ind.), W 1,200 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,300 

OCONTO— Pop. 5,646— Oconto Co.— Pop. 
20,874. 

Enquirer (Dem.), W 1,720 

Enterprise (Dem.), W 1,200 

Reporter (Rep.), W 2,000 

OSHKOSH— Pop. 30,000— Winnebago Co.— 
Pop. 58,225. 

Northwestern (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 7,603 

Northwestern (Rep.), W 1,500 

Telegraph (Dem.), Ger. W 1,600 

Times (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon 4,000 

Times (Dem.), W 1,600 

PLATTEVILLE— Pop. 3,340— Grant Co.— 
Pop 38,881. 

Journal (Rep.), W 2,040 

News (Ind. Dem.), W 1,100 

Witness (Rep.), W 1,800 

PLYMOUTH— Pop. 2,257— Sheboygan Co. 
—Pop. 50,345. 

Reporter (Dem.), W 1,500 

Review (Rep.), W 1,100 

PORTAGE— Pop. 5,459— Columbia Co.— 
Pop. 31,121. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Wecker (Ger. Dem.), W 1,000 

Wisconsin State Register (Rep.),W. 2,500 



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PORT WASHINGTON — Pop. 3,010— Ozan- 
kee Co.— Pop. 16,363. 

Herold (Ger. Ind.), W 1,140 

Star(Ind.), W..., 1,300 

Zeitung (Ger.) Dem., W 1,185 

PRAIRIE DU CHIEN— Pop. 3,232 — Craw- 
ford Co.— Pop. 17,286. 

Courier (Dem.), W 1,050 

Union (Rep.), W 1,300 

RACINE — Pop. 31,600 — Racine Co.— Pop. 
45,644. 

Correspondent (Ger. Ind.), W 1,100 

Folkets Avis (Dan.-Norweg.) , W . . . 3,200 

Journal (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 3,700 

Journal (Rep.), S-W 3,100 

Modern Home Builder, M 8,500 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,643 

Rodina (Fam.), W 6,800 

Slavie (Bohem.), S-W 9,000 

Times (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,500 

Times (Ind.), S-W 4,200 

Wisconsin Agriculturist, W 60,000 

REEDSBURG — Pop. 2,225 — Sauk Co — 
Pop. 33,006. 

Free Press (Rep.), W 1,600 

Times (Rep.), W 1,250 

RHINELANDER — Pop. 4,998 — Oneida 
Co.— Pop. 8,875. 
New North (Rep.), W 1,260 

RICE LAKE — Pop. 3,002 — Barron Co. — 
Pop. 23,677. 

Chronotype (Rep.), W 1,500 

Times (Dem.), W 1,300 

RICHLAND CENTER — Pop. 2,321 — Rich- 
land Co.— Pop. 19,483. 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,300 

Republican-Observer (Rep.) , W . . . . 1 ,800 
Rustic (Ind.), W 2,740 









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Wisconsin— Continued 

ST. FRANCIS — Pop. 500 — Milwaukee Co. 
—Pop. 330,917. 
Caecilia (Music), M 1,500 



SAUK CITY — Pop. 810 — Sauk Co. — Pop. 
33,006. 

Pioneer Press (Ger. Ind.), W 1,000 

SHAWANO — Pop. 1,863 — Shawano Co. — 
Pop. 27,475. 

Advocate-Dispatch (Dem.), W 1,250 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,200 

Wochenblatt (Ger.) Dem., W 1,440 

SHEBOYGAN — Pop. 24,100 — Sheboygan 

Co.— Pop. 50,345. 

Amerika (Ger. Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 2,500 

Herald (Rep.), W 2,250 

. Journal (Dem.), morn ., ex. Sun... . 1,600 
National Demokrat (Ger. Dem.), 

S-W 3,700 

Star (Dem.), W 1,.300 

Telegram (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun ] ^600 

Volksblatt (Ger. Lab.), W 1,500 

Zeitung (Ger. Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. 1,000 

Zeitung (Ger. Rep.), S-W 2,000 



SPARTA — Pop. 3,555 — Monroe Co. — Pop. 
28,103. 

Advertiser (Rep.), W 1,050 

Democrat (Dem.), W 1,000 

Herald-Advertiser (Rep.), W 1,400 

STEVENS POINT — Pop. 9,524 — Portage 
Co.— Pop. 29,483. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 2,000 

Journal (Rep.), W 1,500 

STURGEON BAY — Pop. 3,372 — Dow Co. 
—Pop. 17,583. 

Advocate (Rep.), W 2,.300 

Democrat (Ind.), W 2,000 





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Wisconsin — Continued 

SUPERIOR — Pop. 37,000 — Douglas Co. — 

Pop. 36,335. 
Nordvestern Herold (Rep. Swed.), 

W 4,000 

Svenska Amerikanska Tribunen 

(Ind. Swed.), W 8,100 

Telegram (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 7,200 

Tidende (Ind Nor.-Dan.), W 3,600 

WATERTOWN — Pop. 9,500 — Jefferson 
Co.— Pop. 34,789. 

Gazette (Dem.), W 1,000 

Weltbuerger (Ger. Dem.), W 3,700 

WAUKESHA — Pop. 7,419 — Waukesha Co. 
—Pop. 35,229. 

Dispatch (Dem.), W 1,260 

Freeman (Rep.), W 2,100 

Press (Rep.), W 1,100 

WAUPACA — Pop, 2,912 — Waupaca Co. — 
Pop. 31,615. 

Post (Rep. Ind.), W 2,500 

Record (Rep.), W 1,900 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,300 

WAUSAU — Pop. 13,300 — Marathon Co. — 
Pop. 43,256. 

Central Wisconsin (Rep.), W 1,600 

Herald (Dem.), W 1,250 

Philosopher (Lit.), M 2,100 

Pilot (Dem.), W 1,230 

Pioneer (Ger. Rep.), S-W 1,300 

Record (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,400 

Record (Rep.), W 1,450 

Wochenblatt (Ger. Dem.), W 1,800 

WEST BEND — Pop. 2,119 — Washington 
Co.— Pop. 23,589. 
Beobachter (Ger. Ind. Dem.), W. .. 1,000 
News (Rep.), W 1,300 

WHITEWATER — Pop. 3,405 — Walworth 
Co.— Pop. 29,259. 

Gazette (Rep.), W 1,200 

Register (Rep.), W ^ 1,100 



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Wyoming 

Population 101,816. 

CASPER — Pop. 883 — Natrona Co. — Pop. 
1,785. 

Derrick (Dem.)., W 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,050 

CHEYENNE — Pop. 14,900 — Laramie Co. 
—Pop. 20,181. 

Leader (Rep.), morn., ex. Mon 1,450 

Leader (Rep.), S-W 2,100 

Tribune (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 4,450 

Tribune (Rep.), S-W 3,500 

EVANSTON — Pop. 2,110 — Uinta Co. — 
Pop. 12,223. 

News-Register (Dem.), W 1,000 

Wyoming Press (Rep.), W 1,100 

LANDER — Pop. 737 — Fremont Co. — Pop. 
5,.357. 
Clipper (Rep.), W 1,500 

LARAMIE — Pop.8,207 — Albany Co. — 
Pop. 13,084. 
Boomerang (Dem.), morn., ex. Mon, 1,000 

Boomerang (Dem.), S-W 1,300 

Mining Age, M 2,000 

Republican (Rep.), W 1,200 

Times (Rep.), W 1,200 

RAWLINS — Pop. 2,317 — Carbon Co. 

Journal (Dem.), W 1,000 

Republican (Rep.), S-W 1,100 

ROCK SPRINGS — Pop. 4,363 — Sweet- 
water Co.— Pop. 8,455. 

Independent (Dem.), W 1,100 

Miner (Rep.), W 1,050 

SHERIDAN — Pop. 1,559 — Sheridan Co.— 
Pop. 5,122. 

Enterpiise (Dem.), W 1,000 

Post (Rep.), W 1,080 



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British Columbia 

NANAIMA — Pop. 6,150 — New Westmin- 
ster Dist. 
Free Press (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun.. . . 1,650 

Free Press (Ind.), S-W 1,500 

Herald (Lib.), S-W 1,000 

NEW WESTMINSTER — Pop. 6,641 — 
Westminster Dist. 

Columbian (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

Columbian (Ind.), W 2,300 

ROSSLAND — Pop. 6,000 — Yale Dist. 

Miner (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 1,550 

Miner (Ind.), W 2,160 

VANCOUVER — Pop. 30,000 — Burbard 

Dist. 
News- Advertiser (Cons.), morn., ex. 

Mon 3,300 

News- Advertiser (Cons.), Sun 4,500 

Province (Lib.), morn, and eve., ex. 

Sun 8.646 

World (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 4,500 

World (Lib.), S-W 3.500 

VICTORIA — Pop. 25,000— Victoria Dist. 
Colonist (Cons.), morn., ex. Mon.. . 4,200 

Colonist (Cons.), Sun 1,600 

Mining Record (Mining), M 2,750 

Times (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 4,600 

Times (Lib.), S-W 2,500 



Manitoba 

BRANDON— Pop. 5,800— Cornwallis Dist. 

Sun (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Sun (Lib.), W 2,400 

Times (Cons.), W 2,400 







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WIN XIPEG- Pop. 60,000— Winnipeg. 
Canadian Thresherman (Agri.), M.. 18,000 

Commercial Trade), W 5,000 

Farmers' Advocate and Home Mag- 
azine (Agri.), W 20,000 

Free Press (Lib.), morn., ex. Sun. . 29,032 

Free Press (Lib.), W 15,162 

News Bulletin (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun. 29,000 

Nor'West Farmer (Agri.), S-M 18,000 

Nordwesten (Ger. Ind.), W 11,000 

Telegi'am (Cons.), morn., ex. Sun. . 18,164 

Telegram (Cons.), W 10,000 

Tribune (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 18,000 

Tributie (Lib.), S-W 16,500 

Voice (Labor), S-W 3,600 

Western Home Monthly, M 30,000 



New Brunswick 

CHATHAM— Pop. 5,644 — Northumberland 
Co.— Pop. 25,715. 

Commercial (Ind.), W 1,100 

World (Com.), W 1,500 

FREDERICTON — Pop. 6,502 — York Co. 
—Pop. 30,379. 

Farmer (Cons.), W 1,600 

Gleaner (Com.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

Gleaner (Cons.), S-W 7,500 

Herald (Lib.), S-W 2,500 

Reporter (Lib. Con.), W 1,920 

MONCTON — Pop. 10,000 — Westmoreland 
Co. 

Times (Cons.), morn., ex. Sun 1,400 

Times (Cons.), W^ 1,850 

Transcript (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Transcript (Lib.), W 3,000 

SACKVILLE — Pop. 3,000 — Westmoreland 
Co.— Pop. 41,478. 

Po.-t (Lib ), S-W 1,550 

Tribune (Ind.), W 1,100 











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New BrunswicK— Continued 

ST. JOHN— Pop. 50,000— St. John Co. 

Educational Review, M. 1,875 

Gazette (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Globe (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 4,600 

Globe (Lib.), S-W 1,600 

Star (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 6,200 

Sun (Cons.), morn., ex. Sun 3,700 

Sun (Con.), S-W. 6,000 

Telegraph (Lib.), morn., ex. Sun. . 7,000 

Telegraph (Lib.), S-W 8,000 

Times (eve., ex. Sun 6,791 

SUSSEX — Pop. 2,200 — Kings Co. — Pop. 
24,090. 

Maritime Farmer (Agri.), S-M 3,950 

Record (Ind.), W 1,900 

WOODSTOCK — Pop. 4,000 — Carleton 
Dist.— Pop. 22,532. 

Dispatch (Ind.), W 1,800 

Press (Cons.), W 1,200 

Sentinel (Lib.), W 2,900 

Newrfoundland 

BAY OF ISLANDS — Pop. 2,000 — St. 
George Dist. 
Western Star (Ind.), W 1,800 

ST. JOHNS— Pop. 27,000— St. Johns Dist. 

Free Press (Cons)., W 1,250 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 5,000 

News (Cons.), morn., ex. Sun 2,350 

News and Eastern Townships Ad- 
vocate (Con.), W 6,000 

People (Ind.), M 2,600 

Telegram (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,680 

Trade Review (Trade), W 2,300 

Nova Scotia 

AMHERST — Pop. 4,996 — Cumberland 
Dist.— Pop. 34,529. 

Gazette (Ind.), W 2,100 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,200 

News (Ind.), S-W 2,100 





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Nova Scotia — Continued 

GLACE BAY — Pop. 7,000 — Cape Breton 
Dist.— Pop. 34,223. 

Gazette (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,100 

Gazette (Ind.), W 4,200 

Provincial Workman (Frat.), W. . . 4,000 

HALIFAX — Pop. 41,000 — Halifax Co. — 
Pop. 71,421. 
Arcadian Recorder (Lib.), eve., ex. 

Sun 3,300 

Arcadian-Recorder (Lib.), T-W 1,000 

Chronicle (Reform), morn., ex. 

Sun 7,600 

Chronicle and Nova Scotian (Re- 
form), W 3,700 

Echo (Ind. Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 4,000 

Herald-Mail (Cons.), morn, and eve.. 

ex. Sun 16,000 

Homestead (Agri.), W 3,000 

Maritime Medical News, M 1,000 

Maritime Merchant (Com.), fort- 
nightly 1,000 

Royal Gazette (Legal), W 1,000 

SYDNEY — Pop. 15,000 — Cape Breton Co. 
—Pop. 34,223. 

Post (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Post (Cons.), W3 1,550 

Record (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 3,550 

Record (Lib.), W 1,600 

TRURO — Pop. 6,000 — Colchester Co. — 
Pop. 27,160. 

Colchester Sun (Cons.), T-W 2,200 

Midland Times (Lib.), W 1,050 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

News (Ind.), W 6,100 

YARMOUTH — Pop. 7,000 — Yarmouth Co. 
Pop. 22,218. 

Herald (Lib.), W 3,240 

Light (Ind.), W 3,000 

Telegram (Lib.), W 3,400 

Times (Lib. Cons.), S-W 4,300 









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CALGARY— Pop. 5,000— Alberta. 

Albertian (Lib.), W 1,850 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

Herald (Ind. Cons.), W 2,700 

DAWSON CITY— Pop. 10,000— Yukon. 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 3,200 

News (Ind.), W 3.000 

Yukon Sun (Lib.), morn., ex. Sun.. 1.000 

EDMONDON— Pop. 3,000— Alberta Dist. 

Bulletin (Lib.), S-W 2,100 

Post (Cons.), S-W 1,000 

REGINA— Pop. 2,500— Assiniboia Dist. 

Leader (Lib.), W 1,300 

Rundschau (Ind. Ger.), W 1,800 

Standard (Ind.), W 1,550 

West (Cons.), W 1,300 

Ontario 

ALMONTE — Pop. 3,200 — Lanark Co. 

Gazette (Lib.), W. 2,300 

Times (Cons.), W 1,600 

ARNPRIOR — Pop. 4,000 — Renfrew Co. — 
Pop. 46,690. 

Chronicle (Com.), W 2,300 

Deutsche Post (Ind. Ger.), W 1,100 

News (Ind.), W 1,300 

Watchman (Reform), W 1,300 

BARRIE — Pop. 7,000 — Simcoe Co. — Pop. 
84,435. 

Examiner (Lib.), W 1,500 

Gazette (Lib.), W 1,560 

Northern Advance (Cons.), W 1,400 

BELLEVILLE — Pop. 9,914 — Hastings Co. 

—Pop. 58,229. 

Chronicle (Reform), W 4,000 

Intelligencer (Lib. Cons.), eve., ex. 

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Intelligencer (Lib. Cons.), W 1,800 

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Ontario — Continued 

BERLIN — Pop. 9,636 — Waterloo Co. — 

Pop. 50,470. 

Journal and Glocke (Ind. Ger.), W. 3,400 

News-Record (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun. 1,350 

News-Record (Cons.), W 1,100 

BRANTFORD — Pop. 18,009 — Brant Co. 
—Pop. 40,350. 

Courier (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 2,700 

Courier (Cons.), W 1,800 

Expositor (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 4,300 

Expositor (Lib.), W 1,600 

BROOK\ ILLE — Pop. 8,793 — Leeds Co. 
—Pop. 25,000. 

Recorder (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 

Recorder (Lib.), W 1,400 

Times (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 1,600 

Times (Cons.), W 2,550 

CHATHAM — Pop. 10,070 — Kent Co. — 
Pop. 31,430. 
Banner News (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun.. 1,740 

Banner News (Lib.), W 2,340 

Planet (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 1,-555 

Planet (Cons.), W 3,500 

COBURG — Pop. 4,829 — Northumberland 
Co. 

Saturday Morning Post (Ind.) 1,000 

Sentinel-Star (Cons.), W 1,200 

World (Reform), W 1,300 

CORNWALL — Pop. 8,000— Stonnont Co. 

Freeholder (Lib.), W 3,000 

Standard (Cons.), W 3,500 

GALT — Pop. 8,000 — Waterloo Co. 

Reformer (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 1,500 

Reformer (Lib.), W 2,300 

Reporter (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,750 

Reporter (Cons.), W 1,600 

GUELPH— Pop. 10,539— Wellington Co. 

Canadian Forester (Frat.), M 58,000 

Herald (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 1,700 



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GUELPH— Continued. 

Herald (Cons.), W 4,800 

Mercury (Reform), eve., ex. Sun.. . 2,150 

Mercury (Reform). W 4,950 

HAMILTON— Pop. 52,700— Wentworth Co. 

Hamilton Review (Ind.), W 10,000 

Herald (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 7,250 

Royal Templar (Templar), M 10,000 

Spectator (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 10,800 

Spectator (Cons.), S-W 6,500 

Times (Ref.), eve., ex. Sun 7,400 

Times (Ref.), S-W 7,100 

INGERSOLL — Pop. 5,000 — Oxford Co. — 
Pop. 48,550. 

Chronicle (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Chronicle (Lib.), W 1,600 

Oxford Tribune (Cons.), W 1,500 

Sun (Lib.), W 1,200 

KINGSTON — Pop. 19,264 — Frontenac Co. 
British Whig (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun.. 3,800 

British Whig (Lib.), W 6,100 

News and Times (Cons.), eve., ex. 

Sun .. . 2,420 

News and Times (Cons.), S-W 3,000 

LINDSAY— Pop. 7,500— Victoria Co. 

Post (Reform), W 3,000 

Watchman (Ind. Cons.), 5,000 

LONDON— Pop. 41,580— Middlesex Co. 
Advertiser (Lib.), morn, and eve., 

ex. Sun 10,100 

Advertiser (Lib.), W 7,100 

Echo (Ind.), W 8,000 

Farmers' Advocate and Home 

Magazine (Agri.), S-M 30,000 

Free Press (Cons.), morn, and eve., 

ex. Sun 17,003 

Free Press (Cons.), W 11,200 

Industrial Banner (Lab.), M 5,000 

NEW HAMBURG — Pop. 1,335— Waterloo 
Co. 
Canadisches Volksblatt (Ger. Cons.) 1,200 



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NIAGARA FALLS — Pop. 4,350 — Welland 
Co. — Pop. 25,130. 

Record (Cons.), W 1,050 

Review (Reform), S-W 1,400 

ORILLA — Pop. 4,752 — Simcoe Co. 
Canadian Workman (A. O. U. W.), 

M 50,000 

News Letter (Ind.), W 2,775 

Packet (Cons.), W 2,100 

Times (Lib.), W 2,511 

OTTAWA— Pop. 60,000— Carleton Co. 
Citizen (Cons.), morn, and eve., ex. 

Sun . 11,650 

Citizen (Cons.), S-W 8,800 

Events (Ind.), W 5,000 

Free Press (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 7,640 

Free Press (Lib.), S-W 3,200 

Journal (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 9,500 

Ottawa Valley Journal (Ind.), S-W. 7,500 

Temps (French Lib.), eve., ex. Sun. 3,500 

OWEN SOUND— Pop. 7,497— Grey Co. 

Advertiser (Lib.), S-W 1,700 

Sun (Reform), S-W 1,500 

Times (Lib. Cons.), W 2,400 

PETERBOROUGH— Pop. 12,000— Peterbo- 
rough Co. 

Examiner (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 1,800 

Examiner (Lib.), W 2,056 

Review (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

Review (Cons.), W 2,500 

Times (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun 5,268 

Times (Ind.), W 6,150 

PETROLIA— Pop. 4,357— Lambton Co. 

Advertiser (Cons.), W 1,200 

Topic (Reform), W 1,100 

PICTON— Pop. 3,287— Prince Edward Co. 

Gazette (Lib. Cons.) 1,800 

Times (Lib.), 2,100 

PORT HOPE— Pop. 5,042— Durham Co. 

Guide (Lib.), W 2,500 

Times (Cons.), S-W 2,000 





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Ontario — Continued 

ST. CATHERINE— Pop. 9,170— Lincoln Co. 

Journal ((Reform), eve., ex. Sun... 1,500 

Journal (Reform), S-W . 1,800 

Standard (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 3,000 

Standard (Cons.), W 1,600 

Star (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Star (Cons.), W 1,010 

ST. THOMAS— Pop. 12,000— Elgin Co. 

Journal (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun ... 3,000 

Journal (Lib.), W 1 900 

Times (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 3,800 

Times (Cons.), W 2,000 

SARNIA— Pop. 6,693— Lambton Co 

Canadian (Cons.), W 1,500 

Observer (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . ; 1,000 

Observer (Lib.), W ." . . . 1,850 

Post (Ind.), S-W . 2,000 

STRATFORD— Pop. 10,500 — Perth Co. 

Beacon (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Beacon (Lib.), W 3,200 

Canadischer Kolonist (Ger. Ref.), 

W 1,425 

Herald (Ind. Cons.), eve., ex. Sun.. 1,800 

Herald (Ind. Cons.), W 3,650 

TORONTO— Pop. 225,000— York Co.— Pop. 
290,259. 

Bookseller and Stationer, M 2,800 

Business (Com.), M 1,850 

Canadian Architect and Builder, M. 1,700 
Canadian Bookseller and Library- 
Journal, M 1,250 

Canadian Druggist (Pharm.), M. . . 1,875 

Canada Educational Monthly 1,500 

Canadian Grocer (Trade), M 6,300 

Canadian Electrical News and 

Steam Engineering Journal, M. .. 1,900 
Canadian Hardware and Metal Mer- 
chant, M 3,900 

Canadian Home Journal (Lit.), M. . 10,000 
Canadian Journal of Medicine and 

Surgery, M 4,850 

Canadian Lancet (Med.), M 2,500 





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Ontario — Continued 

TORONTO— Continued. 

Canadian Magazine (Lit.), M 24,000 

Canadian Manufacturer, S-M 4,000 

Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal 

M 1,500 

Canadian Poultry Review, M 7,000 

Canadian Practitioner, M 2,000 

Canadian Teacher (Edu.), S-M 6,000 

Current Styles (Fash.), M 20,000 

Cycling and Auto News (Cycling), 

S-M 5,000 

Dominion Dental Journal (Dent.), 

M 1,500 

Dominion Medical Monthly, M 3,500 

Dry Goods Review (Trade), M 6,900 

East End Echo (Ind.), W 5,100 

East Ender (Ind.), W 3,200 

Farming World (Agri.), W 40,000 

Forester (Frat.), M 223,000 

Freemason (Masonic), M 9,200 

Globe (Lib.), morn., and eve., ex. 

Sun 53,097 

Globe (Lib.), W 20,000 

Home and Youth (Lit.), M 10,000 

Hours at Home (Fam.), M 200,000 

Ladies' Journal (Fash.), M 24,300 

Mail and Empire (Ind. Cons.), morn. 

and eve., ex. Sun 42,227 

Mail and Empire (Ind. Cons.), W. . 16,240 

Money and Risks, M 3,000 

News (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 38,645 

Once a week (Ind.), W 8,950 

Saturday Night (Fam.), W 10,200 

Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 40,036 

Sun (Agri.), W 15,700 

Telegram (Ind.), eve,, ex. Sun 34,700 

Travel and Recreation (Trav,), M,. 7,328 

Truth (Lit.), W 10,900 

West End Echo (Ind.), W 4,500 

Westender (Ind.), W 4,800 

World (Ind.), morn 28,800 

World (Cons.), Sun 14^900 











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WALKERTOWN— Pop. 3,061— Bruce Co. 

Bruce Herald (Cons.), W 1,850 

Glocke (Ger. Cons.), W 1,500 

Telescope (Reform), W 1,000 

WATERLOO— Pop. 3 500— Waterloo Co. 
Canadischer Bauernfreund (Ger. 

Lib. Cons.), W 2,300 

Chronicle Telegraph (Lib.), W 3,000 

Deutsche Zeitung (Cons.), Ger 1,200 

WINDSOR— Pop, 12,200— Essex Co. 

Progress (Fr. Lib.), W 2,000 

Record (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 2,500 

Record (Lib.), S-W 4,000 

Standard (Cons.), W 1,100 

World (Com.), W 1,050 

WOODSTOCK— Pop. 9,371— Oxford Co. 

Express (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,400 

Express (Ind.), W 4,200 

Sentinel Review (Lib.), eve., ex. 

Sun 4,000 

Sentinel Review (Lib.), W 4,800 



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CHARLOTTETOWN— Pop. 12,100— Queens 
Dist. 

Examiner (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . 1,600 

Examiner (Lib. Cons.), W 2,000 

Guardian (Ind.), morn., ex. Sun. . . 2,800 

Guardian (Ind.), W 2,100 

Herald (Lib. Cons.), W 3,580 

Patriot (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

Patriot (Lib.), W 3,600 

Prince Edward Islander (Lib.), W. 2,300 

Watchman (Lib. Cons.) , W 2,000 

SUMMERSIDE— Pop. 4,000— Prince Dist. 

Island Farmer (Agri.), W 4,500 

Journal (Cons.), W 5,280 

Pioneer (Lib.), W 5,000 

Prince Edward Island Agricultur- 
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LEVIS— Pop. 7,301— Levis Co. 




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Quotidien (Fr. Ind.), eve., ex. Sun. 6,200 






MONTREAL— Pop. 267,800— Hochelago Co. 




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Canadian Journal of Commerce 






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Canadian Journal of Fabrics, M. . . . 1,000 




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Canard (Ind. and Humor), W 10,000 




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Cultivateur (Lib.), W 24,200 




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Educational Record, M 1,840 




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weekly edition of Star 127,100 




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Gazette (Cons.), morn., ex. Sun. .. . 10,400 




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Gazette (Cons.), W 5,150 




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Journal of Agriculture, S-M 7,000 




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La Presse (Fr.), eve., ex. Sun 97,100 




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La Presse (Fr.), W 45,000 




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Le Canada (Lib. Fr.), W 15,000 




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Prix Courant (French) 2,257 




Revue de Jurisprudence (Fr. and 




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Revue Legale (Fr. and Eng.), M... 800 




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Samedi (Lit. and Humor), W 19,200 




Shareholder and Insurance Gazette. 4,500 




Star (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 58,000 




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Quebec— Continued 

MONTREAL— Continued. 

Stenographe Canadien (French 

Stenog.), M 1,000 

Sunday Sun (Ind.), W 8,500 

Union Medicale du Canada (Fr. 

Med.), M 1,700 

Witness (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 14,200 

Witness (Ind.), W 28,600 

QUEBEC— Pop. 75,000— Quebec Co. 
Chronicle (Cons.), morn., and eve., 

ex. Sun 6,400 

Chronicle (Cons.), W 5,550 

Enseignement Primairc (Fr.), M. . . 6,000 

Evenement (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun.. 11,000 

Gazette (Cons.), W 2,300 

Mercury (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 3,700 

Saturday Budget (Ind.), W 1,800 

Soleil (Lib.), morn and eve., ex. Sun, 12,500 

Soleil (Lib.), W 5,200 

Telegraphe (Ind.), eve. ex. Sun. . . . 5,800 

STE. ANNE DE LA POCATIERE— Pop. 
3,000. 

Gazette des Champagnes (Agri.), W. 1,800 

SHERBROOKE— Pop. 1 1 ,500— Sherbrooke 

Co. 

Examiner (Farm.), T-W .2,800 

Gazette (Cons.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Le Progress de L'Est (Lib. Fr.), 

S-W 1,800 

Record (Ind.), eve.. Sun 3,200 









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Population 1,572,797 



CIENFUEGOS— Pop. 30,038— Prov. of Santa 

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La Correspondencia (Agri.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,500 

El Diario Cubano, eve., ex. Sun.. . . 1,000 
Lo Opinion (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun.. . 3,600 



GUANAJAY— Pop. 6,483— Prov. of Pinar 
del Rio. 
La Verdad (Ind.), Sun 1,000 

HAVANA— Pop. 235,981— Prov. of Havana. 
Avisador Commercial (Span.), eve., 

ex. Sun 2,600 

Azul y Rojo (Span. Lit.), W 10,000 

Cuba y America (Lit. and Polit.), 

S-M 5,000 

Diario de la Marina (Lib.), morn., 

and eve 14,000 

El Comercio (Span. Interests), 

morn., and eve 2,750 

El Figaro (Lit.), W 5,100 

El Pilareno (Cuban Ind.), W 2,000 

El Tobaco (Tob.), S-M 3,000 

La Carricatura (111.), W 17,000 

La Discusion (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. 14,000 
La Lucha (Span, and Eng.), eve., 

ex. Sun 20,000 

La Revista Blanca (Lit.), M 10,000 

La Union Espanola (Span. Inter- 
ests), daily 5,100 

Post (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon 6,200 

HOLGUIN— Pop. 6,045— Prov. of Santiago 

de Cuba 

El Eco de Holguin, S-W 2,040 



MATANZAS— Pop. 6,045— Prov. of Matan- 
zas. 
El Correo de Matanzas (Ind.), eve.. 3,100 
El Heraldo Spanola (Span.), daily.. 1,150 






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Cuba — Continued 

PUERTO PRINCIPE— Pop. 25,102— Prov. 

of Puerto Principe. 
El Eco Mercantil (General), W. . . . 3,100 
Las Dos Republicanos (Separatist), 

eve., ex. Sun 1,000 

SAGUA LA GRANDE— Pop. 12,728— Prov. 

of Santa Clara. 
El Correo Espanol (Ind.), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

El Patria, eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

SAN ANTONIO DE LOS BANGS— Pop. 
8,178— Prov. of Havana. 
"24 de Febrero" (Rep.), W 2,040 

SANTIAGO DE CUBA— Pop. 43,090— Prov. 
of Santiago de Cuba. 
El Cubano Libre (CHib. Ind.), daily 2,050 
La Independencia (Ind.), eve., ex. 

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Population 95 7,679 



ARECIBO— Pop. 8,008— Dept. of Arecibo— 
Pop. 162,308. 
Diaro de Arecibo (Fed.), eve., ex. 

Sun 2,200 

CAGUAS— Pop. 5,450— Dept. of Guayama. 
—Pop. 111,986. 

La Democracia (Fed.), eve., ex. Sun. 3,000 

MAYAGUEZ— Pop. 15,187— Dept. of May- 
aguez— Pop. 127,566. 

La Bruja (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

La Revolucion (Fed.), daily 1,000 

La Voz de la Patria (Am. Fed.), 

eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

PONCE— Pop. 27,952— Dept. of Ponce- 
Pop. 203,191. 

Eagle (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 

La Democracia (Lib.), eve., ex. Sun. 3,500 

La Estrella Solitaria (Span.), daily 4,000 

Nueva Era (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun. . . 2,000 

Union Obrero (Lab.), W 1,100 

SAN JUAN— Pop. 32,048— Dept. of Baya- 

man.— Pop. 160,046. 
Boltein Mercantil de Puerto Rico 

(General), eve 1,500 

La Correspondencia de Puerto Rico 

(Ind.), daily 8,500 

News (Ind.), morn., ex. Mon 3,500 

Sun (Ind.), eve., ex. Sun 2,000 









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Population 154,001 



HILO— Pop. 8,500— Island of Hawaii— Pop. 
46,843. 

Hawaiian Herald (Rep.), W 1,000 

Tribune (Rep.), W 1,100 

HONOLULU— Pop. 39,306— Island of Oahu 

—Pop. 58,504. 

Advertiser (Tnd.), Sun 1,000 

Bulletin (Rrp.), eve., ex. Sun. . . . . 2,500 

Bulletin (Rep), W 1,000 

Hawaiian Chinese News (Lit.), S-W. 2,500 

Kal-a-o-Hawaii, W 1,000 

Kuakoa (Native), W 3,000 

Nupepa Kuokoa (Rep.), W 2,300 

Pacific (.'<:nimercial Advertiser 

(Rep.), morn 2,650 

Paradise of the Pacific (Local), M. . 1,000 

Shinpo (Jap.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Star (Rep.), eve., ex. Sun 1,900 

Star (Rep.), S-W 1,100 

Yamato Shim Bun (Jap. Ind), eve., 

ex. Sun 1,200 

LAHAINA— Pop. 4,951— Island of Maui— 
Pop. 25,416. 

Hawaii's Young People (Juv.) ..... 2,750 












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La Liberal (Span.), T-W 2,600 

ILOILO— Pop. 32,000— Island of Panay— 
Pop. 525,000. 

Times (Eng.), T-W 1,000 

MANILA— Pop. 325,000— Island of Luzon- 
Pop. 1,760,000. 

American, morn., ex. Mon 3,000 

American, W 1,000 

Cable News (every morn . ) 2,700 

El Commercio(Span.),eve.,ex.Sun. 1,200 

El Mercantil, morn., ex. Mon 1,400 

El Noticierode Manila, eve., ex. Sun. 1,600 

El Progress©, morn., ex. Sun 2,000 

Freedom, morn., ex. Mon 1,200 

Libertas (Span.), eve., ex. Sun 1,100 

Renacimiento (Native), eve., ex. 

Sun 1,000 

Sunday Sun (Lit.), W 1,800 

Times, morn, and eve. 6,500 










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Alabama , 

BIRMINGHAM— 

Alabama Baptist, W 10,500 

Alabama Christian Advocate (Meth, 

South.), W 9.820 



Arkansas 

LITTLE ROCK— 

Arkansas Baptist, W 4,000 

Arkansas Mehodist (Meth. South.), 

W 9,000 

Baptists Advance, W 4,700 

Western Christian Advocate ( Meth.) 

W 12,000 



California 

LOS ANGELES— 

Tidings (Rom. Cath.), W 1,900 

OAKLAND— 

Messiah's Advocate (Christ.), M... . 2,000 

Signs of the Times (Adv.), W 30,000 

SAN FRANCISCO— 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W. . . . 5,800 

Emanu-El (Jewish), W 7,500 

Jewish Times and Observer (Jewish) , 

W 5,100 

Monitor (Rom. Cath.), W 26,500 

Pacific (Cong.), W. . . 2,500 

Pacific Christian (Christ.), W 3,000 

Pacific Churchman (Epis.), S-M 3,000 

Pacific Unitarian, M 1,000 

Philosophical Journal (Spiritual- 
ist), W 5,000 

Volks-Freund (Ger. Cath.), W 4,926 



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DENVER— 

Active Member (Endeav.), W 

Jewish Outlook, W 

Western Churchman (Epis.), S-M. . 


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1,500 




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Catholic Transcript, W 

Church Review (Und.). M 


23,000 
3.200 




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MIDDLETOWX— 

Delaware Churchman (Epis.), M. . . 


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Peninsula Methodist (Meth.), W. . . 
St. Joseph's League, Q 


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New Century (Cath.), W 


6,900 




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Good News (Christ.), End. M 

Southern Witness (Bapt.), W 


1,000 
3,000 




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Florida Christian Advocate (Meth.), 
W 


3,200 




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Christian Advocate (Meth.), W. . . . 


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ATLANTA— 

Christian Index (Bapt.), W 

Church in Georgia (Prot. Epis.), M. 

Golden Age (Bapt.), W 

Southern Evangelist (Christ.), W. . 
Southern Presbyterian, W 


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1,500 

10,000 

1,250 

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ATLANTA— Continued. 








Voice of Missions (African Meth.), 






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Wosleyan Christian Advocate (Meth. 






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10,980 




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Religious Forum, W 


5,000 




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Georgia Baptist, W 


4,000 




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North Georgia Baptist (Bapt.), W. 


2,000 




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The Watchman (Meth.), W 


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Cherokee Messenger (Bapt.), M 


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8,000 




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13,000 




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Catholic Pilot (Cath.), W 


3,500 




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Christian Century, W 


10,600 




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Columbian and Western Catholic, W. 


15,000 




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Deaconess Advocate (Meth.), M... . 


30,000 




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Die Rundschau (Luth.), W 


21,641 




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Epworth Herald (Meth.), W 


146.000 




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Evangelisten (Und.), W 


2,000 




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Folke-Vennen (Und.), W 


4,750 




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15,000 




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Free Methodist (Meth.), W 


7,200 




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3,200 




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Gazette Katolicka (R. Cath.), W.... 


5,100 




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Interior (Presb.), W 


31,950 




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Israelite (Jewish), W 

Katholisches Sonntagsblatt, W. . . . 


18,500 






12,000 






Katholisches Wochenblatt, W 


5,990 







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411 



Illinois — Continued 

CHICAGO— Continued. 

Living Church (Prot. Epis.), W.. . . 16,000 
Lutherischer Kirchenfreund (Luth.) 

B-W 2,000 

Midland (United Presb.), W 8,600 

Mission Studies (Cong.), M 10,000 

Mission Vannen (Sw. Evangel.), W. 16,690 

Narod (R. Cath.), W 2,790 

New Voice (Prot.), W 70,000 

New World (R. Cath.), W 15,044 

Northwestern Christian Advocate 

(Meth.), W 35,000 

Nya Wecko Posten (Bapt.), W. . . . 10,500 

Open Court (Und.), M 4,000 

Progressive Thinker (Freet bought), 

W 12,000 

Ram's Horn (Und.), W 150,000 

Reform Advocate (Jewisli), W 18,700 

Sandebudet (Meth.), W 10,000 

Service (Bapt.), M 30,000 

Standard (Bapt.), W 15,000 

S. S. Lesson Illustrator (Und.), M. 22,000 

Union Signal (Non-Sect.), W 41,000 

Western Catholic News (R. Cath.), 

W 9,000 

Zions Banner (Christ. Cath.), W. . . 4,300 

DU QUOIN— 

Baptist News (Bapt.), W 3,000 

ELGIN— 

Boys' World (Juv. Relig.), W 300,000 

Girls' Companion (Juv. Relig.), W. 300,000 
New Century, S. S. Teachers' 

Monthly (Sun. School), M 52,000 

Young People's Weekly, W 205,000 

EVANSTON— 

Katholischer Jugendfreund (Cath.), 

M 20,000 

LITCHFIELD — Pop. 5,918 — Montgomery 
Co. 
Searchlight (Relig.), M 50,000 






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Illinois— Continued 

MENDOTA— • 

Our Hope and Life in Christ (Adv.), 

W 3,200 

ROCK ISLAND— 

Augustana (Luth.), Swede, S-M. . . . 2,100 
Ungdoms-Vannen (Sw. Luth.), M. . 6,800 

SPRINGFIELD— 

111. Methodist Journal, S-M 3,000 



Indiana 

COVINGTON— 

Gospel Echo (Ch. of Christ), W . . . . 2,000 

ELKHART— 

Herald of Truth (Menn.), S-M 5,100 

Herold der Wahrheit (Men.), S-M. . 2,000 

Rundschau (Mennonite), W 5,000 

S. S. Lesson Helps (Men.), Q 23,100 

Words of Cheer (Relig.), W 5,600 

GREENFIELD— 

Primitive Monitor (Bapt.), M 2,450 

HUNTINGTON— 

Christian Conservator (Chr.), W. . . 4,800 

INDIANAPOLIS— 

Awakener (Und.), M 4,200 

Baptist Outlook (Bapt.), W 13,750 

Catholic Record (Cath.), W 2,500 

Glocke (Cath.), W 3,700 

Indiana Christian (Christ.), M 5,200 

Missionary Tidings, M 14,000 

JEFFERSONVILLE— 

Indiana Endeavorer (C. E.), M. . . 1,500 

NOTRE DAME— 

Ave Maria (Cath.), W 25,000 

OWENSVILLE— 

Messenger (Bapt.), W 1,600 

PLYMOUTH— 

Restitution, W 2,600 











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Iowa 

DAVENPORT— 
Catholic Messenger (Cath.) , W 11 ,000 

DECORAH— 

Evangelisk Luthersk Kirketidende 

(Luth.), W 10,700 

DES MOINES— 

Christian Union (Chris.), W 3,600 

Church Woman Magazine (Und.), 

M 12,500 

DUBUQUE— 

Catholic Tribune, W 10,200 

Katholischer Westen (Cath.), W. . . 10.900 

Luxemburger Gazette (Cath.), W. . 3,292 

HARLAN— 

Vaegtaren (Bapt.), W 1,500 

IOWA CITY— 

Iowa Methodist (Meth.), M 2,600 

OSKALOOSA— 

Iowa Christian Endeavorer (Relig.), 

M 3,000 

Iowa Methodist (Meth.) 2,500 

Iowa S. S. Helper, M 3,500 

Kansas 

TOPEIvA— ^ 

Kansas Messenger (C. E.) M 2,450 

WICHITA— 

Catholic Advance, W 8,200 

Kentucky 

FULTON— 

Baptist Plag (Rep.), W 19,200 

The Methodist, W 4 1.50 











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Kentucky — Continued 

LOUISVILLE— 

American Baptist (Bapt.), W 4,000 

Baptist Argus (Bapt,), W 12,000 

Central Methodist (South.), W 4,800 

Christian Observer (Presb.), W. . . . 20,900 

Katholischer Glaubensbote, W 6,000 

Kentucky Sunday School Reporter 

(Und.), M 2,586 

Pentecostal Herald (Meth.\ W. . . . 18,459 

Western Recorder (Bapt.), W 15,600 

Louisiana 

ALEXANDRIA— 

Baptist Chronicle (Bapt.), W 3,450 

NEW ORLEANS— 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W. . . . 6,200 

Jewish Ledger (Jewish), W 2,820 

Morning Star (Cath.), W 8,000 

Southwestern Presbyterian, W 5,500 

Maine 

BANGOR— 
The World and the Work, M 5,210 

PORTLAND— 

Zion's Advocate (Bapt.), W 2,900 

Maryland 

BALTIMORE— 

Baltimore Southern Methodist 

(Meth.),W^ 8 150 

Baptist Messenger (Bapt.), M 2,540 

Catholic Mirror (Cath.), W 18,500 

Chimes (Cath.), W 22,500 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W. . . . 4,600 

Jewish Comment (Jewish), W 4,250 

Katholische Volks-Zeitung- (Ger. 

Cath.), W 18,000 

Month (Cath.), M 5,100 

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Peninsula Methodist, W 3,000 





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Banner of Light (Spir.), W 


7,500 




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Baptist Missionary Magazine, M . . . 


2,380 




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Christian Endeavor World, W 


99,500 




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Christian Register (Unitar.), W.. . . 


9,750 




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Christian Safeguard (Undenom.),M. 
Congregationalist (Cong.), W 


6,540 




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Contributor (Und.), M 


20,000 




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Donahoe's Magazine (Cath.), M. . . . 


62,200 




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Junior Sunday School Quarterly. . . 


85,000 




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Missionary Herald (Cong.), M 


18,500 




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Morning Star (Bapt.), W 


11,000 




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Pilgrim Teachers, M 


16,200 




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Pilot (Cath.),W 


75,000 




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Republic (Cath.), W 


44,000 




Sacred Heart Review (Cath.), W.... 


40,000 




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I'niversalist Leader (Univ.), W 


10,000 




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Watchman (Bapt.), W 


17,100 




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Watchword and Truth (Und.), M. . 


6,798 




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Wellspring (Cong.), W 


100,000 




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Woman's Missionary Friend (Meth. 


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Zion's Herald (Meth.), W 


1,800 






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Record of Christian Work (Unde- 






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20,000 




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Catholic Advocate, W 


3,450 




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Primitive Methodist Journal (Meth.) 






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Register (Cath.), W ' 


1,000 




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10,000 




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Herald of Life (Adv.), W 


1,344 




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Tribune (Cath.), W 


5,312 






Word and Work, M 


1,500 




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Messenger (Cath.), W 


6,000 






Nya Oesterns Weckoblad 


2,450 







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Michigan 

BATTLE CREEK— 

Youth's Instructor (Und.), W 12,500 

DETROIT— 

Angelus (Cath.), W 10,000 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W 17,600 

Christian Herald (Bapt.), W 5,000 

Churchman, M 1,680 

Die Stimme der Wahrheit (Cath.), 

W 16,000 

Jewish American, W 7^300 

Michigan Catholic (Cath.), 10,800 

Michigan Christian Advocate (Meth.) 

W 18,022 

Michigan Presbyterian, W 4,200 

Niedziela (Cath.), W 3,000 

Plymouth (Cong.), W 4,100 

Sunday School Advance, M 4,000 

HOLLAND— 

De Hope (Dutch Ref.), W 2,900 

De Wachter (Christ. Ref.), W 3,000 



Minnesota 

MINNEAPOLIS— 

Free Baptist (Bapt.), W 2,400 

Lutheraneren (Luth.), W 12,500 

Midland Christian Advocate (Meth.) 

W 3,500 

North and West (Presb.), W 6,800 

Veckoblad (Swede), W. . : 15,989 

ST. PAUL— 

Der Wanderer (Cath.), W 11,500 

Northwestern Chronicle (Cath.), W. 10,600 

Mississippi 

JACKSON— 

Baptist Record (Bapt.), W 6,099 

Truth, M 1,100 

KOSCIUSKO— 

Preacher Safeguard (Bapt.), W. . . . 1,750 



NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 



417 



Missouri 

BOONVILLE— 
Western Christian Union (Non- 
Sect.), M 2,380 

INDEPENDENCE— 

Zion's Ensign (L. D. Saints), W. . . 3,623 

KANSAS CITY— 

Catholic Register (Cath.), W 3,500 

Central Christian Advocate (Meth.), 

W 24,700 

Word and Way (Bapt.), W 12,500 

MARCELINE— 

Messenger of Peace (Bapt.), S-M. . . 2,700 

MEXICO— 

Regular Baptist, W 1,000 

O' FALLON— 

Hausfreund (Cath.), W 2,700 

ST. JOSEPH— 

Catholic Tribune (Cath.), W 3,000 

ST. LOUIS— 

American Illustrated Methodist 

Magazine, M 12,600 

Bible Student, Q 53,000 

Central Baptist (Bapt.), W 12,000 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W 20,000 

Christian Evangelist (Dis, of Christ), 

W 30,000 

Church News (Epis.), M 2,200 

Church Progress and Catholic World 

(Cath.), W 35,000 

Der Herold des Glaubens (Cath.), 

W 34,564 

Ford's Christian Repository (Bapt.) 

M 6,000 

Hlas (Cath.), W 6,500 

International Evangel (Und.), M... 40,000 

Jewish Voice (Jewish), W 13,000 

Missionary Record (Presb.), M 12,000 

. Our Young Folks (Chr.), W 28,000 

Round Table (Chr.), W 14,000 

Scholar's Quarterly, Q 61,250 





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Missouri— Continued 






ST. LOUIS— Continued. 






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Western Watchman and Sunday 

Watchman (Cath.)^ W 

Word and Works (Rel.), M 

World Evangel (Evan.), M 

Youth's Quarterly (S. S.), Q 


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Montana Catholic (Cath.), W 


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Christian News (Christ.), W 


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Echo (Temp.), W 

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2,600 
2,600 







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419 



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NEWARK— 

Messenger (Y. M. C. A.), M 1,500 

New Jersey Baptist Bulletin (Bapt.), 

M.....; 5,200 

OCEAN GROVE— 

Record (Meth.), W 2,500 

PLAINFIELD— 

Sabbath Record (Bapt.), W 2.900 



New York 

ALBANY— 

Vatican and Catholic Star (Cath.), 

W 10,000 

Work at Home (Und.), Bi-M 2,600 

BUFFALO— 
Catholic Union and Times (Cath.), 

W 17,400 

Christian Uplook (Meth.), W 6,000 

Die Christliche Woche (Cath.), W.. 5,100 

Der Mitarbeiter (C. E.), S-M 3,250 

Evangel (M) 12,050 

Our Church Work (Epis.), S-M. . . . 2,712 

NEW YORK— 

American Hebrew, W 21,000 

American Herald (Cath.), W 4,000 

American Jewess (Jewish), M 30,250 

American Messenger (Und.), M. . . . 75,000 

Amerikanischer Botschafter, M. . . . 14,500 

Baptist Home Mission, M 15,800 

Catholic Champion (Epis.), M 2,900 

Catholic News (Cath.), W 100,000 

Catholic World Magazine (Cath.), 

M 65,000 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W. . . . 45,000 

Christian Herald (Und.), W 213,400 

Christian Intelligencer, W 11,328 

Christian Nation (Ref. Pres.), W.. . 12,150 
Christian Work and Evangelist 

(Und.), W 30,000 

Church Economist (Und.), M 4,000 

Churchman (Epis.), W 18,000 





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New^ York — Continued 

NEW YORK— Continued. 

Classmate (Meth.), W 218,000 

Converted Catholic (Anti-Rom. 

Cath.), M 5,600 

Deutscher Volksfreund (Und.), W.. 3,600 

Examiner (Bapt.), W 27,500 

Freeman's Journal (Cath.), W 52,500 

Gospel in all Lands (Meth.), M 15,387 

Hebrew Standard (Jewish), W 25,900 

Homiletic Review (Und.), M 22,000 

Independent (Evan.), W 40,000 

Irish World (Cath.), W 125,000 

Jewish Messenger (Jewish), W 7,000 

Luther League Review (Luth.), M. 5,100 

Magazine of Mysteries, M 50,000 

Menorah Monthly (Jewish), M 13,400 

Messenger of the Sacred Heart 

(Cath.),M 15,000 

Methodist Review (Meth.), Bi-M.. . 10,000 
Missionary Review of the World 

(Und.), M 11,700 

Observer (Evan.), W 26,000 

Outlook (Evan.), W 118,000 

Parish Visitor (Epis.), M 21,100 

Preachers' Magazine (Und.), M. . . . 5,000 

Sabbath Reading (Und.), W 105,000 

Silver Cross (Und.), M 31,200 

Spirit of Missions (Epis.) 13,500 

St. Andrews Cross (Epis.), M 12,000 

Sunday School Journal (Meth.), M. 224,000 
Sunday Union and Catholic Times 

(Cath.), W 21,000 

Treasury (Und.), M 5,240 

Truth Seeker (Free Thought). W.. . 8,000 
Twentieth Century (Free Tho.), W. 12,500 

Witness (Evan.), W 21,000 

Woman's Work for Women (Pres.), 

M 19,800 

World-Wide Missions (Meth.), M... 225,000 

ROCHESTER— 

Catholic Journal (Cath.), W 3,900 

SYRACUSE— ^ 

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SYRACUSE— €ontinued. 

Northern Christian Advocate (Meth.), 

W 8,000 

Wesleyan Methodist (Meth.), W. . . 5,000 

YONKERS— 

Home Journal and News (Cath.), 

W 18,000 



North Carolina 

cHARL(rn^&- 

Presbyterian Standard (Pres.), W.. 4,000 
Star of Zion (Meth.), W 3,300 

ELON COLLEGE— 
Christian Sun (Chr.), W 3,000 

FAYETTEVILLE— 
N. C. Baptist (Bapt.), W 6,050 

GREENSBORO— 

N. C. Christian Advocate (Meth.), 
W 7,000 

NAZARETH— 

Truth (Cath.), M 7,450 

RALEIGH— 

BibHcal Recorder (Bapt.), W 11,400 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W. . . . 7,800 

THOMASVILLE— 

Charity and Children (Bapt.), W.. . 10,100 

WILLIAMSTOWN— 

Gospel Messenger (Bapt.), M 2,200 

WILSON— 

Zion's Landmark (Bapt.), S-M 4,000 



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CINCINNATI— 

American Israelite (Jewish), W. . . . 25,200 

Angelus Magazine (Cath.), M 1,500 

Catholic Telegraph (Cath.), W 35,600 

Christian Leader (Disc), W 14,000 

Christian Standard and Lookout ,W. 83,000 
Christliche Apologete (Meth. Ger.), 

W 19,000 

Haus und Herd (Meth.), M 9,100 

Herald and Presbyter (Presb.), W.. 23,600 
Journal and Messenger (Bapt.), W. 12,270 
Lookout and Christian Standard ,W. 76,600 
.Missionary Intelligencer (Chr.), M.. 8,500 
Standard Lesson Quarterlies (Dis. 

of Christ) 160 000 

Wahrheits Freund (Cath. Ger.), W. 6,500 
Western Christian Advocate (Meth.), 

W 30,000 

CLEVELAND— 

Catholic Universe (Cath.), W 26.800 

Church Life (Epis.), M 4,300 

Der Christliche Botschafter (Und.), 

W 20 000 

Der Sendbote (Bapt.), W. 7,800 

EvangeHcal Messenger (Und.), W... 10,000 
Evangelical Sunday-School Teacher 

(Und.), M 5,500 

Evangelisches Magazine (Und.), M. 15,000 

Jewish Review (Jewish), W 9,000 

Kirkchenzeitung (R. C), W 5,000 

Union Gospel News (Und.), W 74,173 

COLUMBUS— 

Catholic Columbian (Cath.), W. . . . 17,000 

Light of Truth (Spirit), W 27,000 

Lutheran Standard (Luth.), W 5,100 

Ohio Waisenfreund (Cath.), W 28,500 

DAYTON— 

Christian World (Cath.), W 4,600 

Herald of Gospel Liberty (Chr.), W 5,000 
Lutheran Evangelist (Luth.), W. . . 7,900 
Religious Telescope (Christ.), W. . . 21,000 











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DAYTON— Continued. 






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Watchword (U. Br.). W 

Woman's Evangel (U. B. C), M. . . 
Young Catholic Messenger, S-M 


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Rosary Magazine (Cath.), M 


31,000 




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Ohio Endeavor, M 


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Woman's Missionary Magazine 
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National Baptist Flag (Bapt.) 


6,000 




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Sunday School Worker (S. S.), M. . 


1,700 




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Catholic Sentinel (Cath.), W 

Churchman (Prot. Epis.), M 

Pacific Baptist (Bapt.), W 

Pacific Christian Advocate (Meth.), 
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Christian Statesman (LTnd.), M. . . . 


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Preachers' Helper (Und.), M 

Pulpit (Und.), M... 


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GREENVILLE— 

Young Lutheran (Luth.), M 22,000 



HARRRISBURG— 

Church Advocate (C. of God), W.. . 3,100 

Evangelical (Evan.), W 8,900 

Evangelical Bible Quarterly 52,000 

Evangelische Zeitschrift (Evan.), 

W 2,240 

Missionary Tidings (Evan.), M 3,100 



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Advanced Scholars' Quarterly (Ref. 

Ch.), 93,000 

American Church S. S. Magazine 

(Epis.), M 6,700 

American Friend (Friends), W 7,100 

Assembly Herald (Presby.), M 47,600 

Augsburg S. S. Teacher (Luth.), M. 18,600 

Baptist Bulletin (Bapt.), M 1,848 

Baptist Commonwealth (Bapt.),W. 10,000 
Baptist Superintendent (Bapt.), M. 4,800 

Baptist Teacher (Bapt.), M 66,400 

Catholic Standard and Times (Cath.), 

W 22,000 

Christian Instructor (United Presb.) , 

W 8,000 

Christian Recorder (African Meth.), 

W 9,000 

Christian Standard (Und.), W 14,000 

Christianity in Earnest (Meth.), 

Quarterly 36,000 

Church Standard (Epis.), W 17,500 

Good Work (Bapt.), M 28,300 

Ecclesiastical Review (Cath.), M.. . 25,000 

Episcopal Recorder (Epis.), W 4,500 

Forward (Presb.), W 231,100 

Friends' Intelligencer (Friends), W. 3,670 

Guardian Angel (Cath.), W 35,000 

Jewish Exponent (Jewish), W. . . . . 8,000 

Lutheran (Luth.), W 8,000 

Lutheran Observer (Luth.), W 18,500 

Methodist (Meth.), W 8,000 

Nord Amerika (Cath.), Semi-W .... 6,000 
Presbyterian (Presby.), W 12,000 





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425 



Pennsylvania — Continued 

PHILADELPHIA— Continued. 

Presbyterian Journal (Presby.),W. 9,000 
Presbyterian and Reformed Review 

(Pres.), Q 2,000 

Reformed Church Messenger (R. C), 

W 10,100 

Sunday-School Times (Evan.), W.. 103,100 

Scattered Seeds (Friends), M 5,200 

Westminster Teacher (Pres.), M. . . 64,700 
Young Folks' Catholic Weekly 

(Cath) 18,000 

Young People. W 128,400 

PITTSBURG— 

Bible Teacher (United Presb.), M. . 7,100 

Catholic (Cath.), W 14,000 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W. . . . 32,000 
Christian LTnion Herald (United 

Presby.), W 29,700 

Jewish Criterion (Jewish), W 7,200 

Keystone Endeavorer (C. E.), M.. . 10,400 
Methodist Recorder (Meth.), W. .. . 10,000 

Observer (Cath.), W 17,000 

Presbyterian Banner (Presb.), W. . 18,000 
United Presbyterian (Presb.), W. .. 22,000 

POTTS VILLE— 

Christian Life (Und.), S-M 3,850 

READING— 

Lutherisches Kirchenblatt, W 3,100 

Preachers Assistant (Und.), M 3,700 

Reformed Church Record (R. C), 

W 4,650 

SCRANTON— 

Catholic Light (Cath.), W 5,000 

YORK— 

Christian Guide, M 2,600 

Sunday School Quarterly (Evan.), 

Q 18,500 

Teachers' Journal (Luth.), M 2,500 





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PROVIDENCE— 

Church Messenger (C. E.), M 1,600 

Visitor (Cath.), W 5,300 

South Carolina 

CLINTON— 

Our Monthly (Prcsby.), 2,400 

COLUMBIA— 

Lutheran Church Visitor, W 4,350 

Way of Faith (Holiness), W 8,500 

DUE WEST— 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian 

(Presb.), W 2,280 

GREENVILLE— 
Baptist-Courier (Bapt.), W 6,000 

GREENWOOD— 

Baptist Press, W 5,245 

Christian Appeal (Meth.), W 2,700 

SPARTANBURG— 

Southern Christian Advocate 9,800 



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JACKSON— 

Christian Index (Col. Meth.), W. . . 9,000 

JASPER— 

Cumberland Banner, W 8,000 

KNOXVILLE— 

Methodist Advocate-Journal, W. . . 5,800 

MARTIN— 

Baptist Banner, W . . , 2,500 

Primitive Baptist (Bapt.), W 6,150 







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MEMPHIS— 

Catholic Journal (Cath.), W 4,000 

Expositor and Journal, W 3,500 

Jewish Spectator (Jewish), W 11,500 

NASHVILLE— 

Baptist and Reflector (Bapt.), W. . 6,300 

Children's Visitor (Meth.), M 87,300 

Christian Advocate (Meth S.), W. . 14,302 
Cumberland Presbyterian (Presb.), 

W 14,020 

Epworth Era (Meth.), W 20,522 

Gospel Advocate (C. of Christ), W. 12,000 
Intermediate Quarterly (Meth.).. . .330,250 
Methodist Review of Missions 

(Meth. South), M 6,200 

Midland Methodist (Meth.), W 7,000 

Missionary, M 16,000 

Senior Quarterly (Meth.) 369,666 

S. S Magazine (Meth. S.), M 59,733 

The Watchman, W 10,500 

Woman's Missionary Advocate 

(Meth. South), M 13,000 

Zion's Outlook (Meth. South.), W. 4,200 

Texas 

ABILENE— 

Texas Baptist (Bapt.), W 1,250 

AUSTIxN- 

Firm Foundation (C. of Christ), W. 9,350 

BONHAM— 

Baptist Trumpet, W 2,900 

DALLAS— 

Baptist Standard (Bapt.), W 18,168 

Christian Courier (Dis, of Christ), 

W 5,100 

Texas Baptist and Herald (Bapt.), 

W ... 15,000 

Texas Christian Advociate (Meth. 

South), W 22,000 

Western Presbyter, W 5,000 









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FORT WORTH 

Texas Church Helper (Presb.), W. . 2,350 

SAN ANTONIO— 

Fe Catolica (Span. Cath.), W 2,100 

Southern Messenger, W 5,000 

TYLER— 

Baptist Sword and Shield (Bapt.), 
W 1,800 



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SALT LAKE CITY— 

Juvenile Instructor (Morm. S. S. ), 

S-M 10,200 

Young Woman's Journal, M 10,000 



Virginia 

DANVILLE— 

Baptist Union, M 1 ,600 

Methodist (Meth.), M 3,100 

RICHMOND— 

Bible Reader (Und.), M 25,625 

Catholic Visitor (Cath.), W 1,900 

Central Presbyterian, W 5,000 

Christian Advocate (Meth.), W. . . . 9,000 

Earnest Worker (Presb.), M 19,912 

Foreign Mission Journal (Bapt.), M. 33,000 

Religious Herald (Bapt.), W 8,000 

Southern Churchman (Epis.), W,. . 5,500 
Theological Seminary Protestant 

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SEATTLE— 

Churchman (Epis.), M 1,100 

Washington Endeavorer (C. E.), M. 5,100 





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CLARKSBURG— 

Baptist Banner (Bapt.), W 3,700 

HARRISVILLE— 

Protestant, W 1,248 

HUNTINGTON— 

Baptist Banner (Bapt.), W 3,500 

MARTINSBURG— 

Lutheran, M 1,000 

SUTTON— 

Methodist Advocate (Meth.), W. . . 3,000 

WHEELING 

Church Calendar of West Virginia 

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CHIPPEWA FALLS— 

Catholic Sentinel, W 2,200 

DE PERE— 

De Volksstem (Cath.), W 1,250 

Onze Standard (Cath.), W 1,984 

LA CROSSE— 

Patriot (Cath.), W 1,684 

MILWAUKEE— 

Catholic Citizen (Cath.), W 17,500 

Church Times, M 2,500 

Columbia (Cath.), W 7,112 

Excelsior (Cath.), W 6,500 

Living Church (Epis.), Q 15,000 

Our Young People (Cath.), Bi-W. . 11,240 

OSHKOSH— 

Wisconsin Christian Advocate 

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WATERTOWN— 

Botschafter (Ger. Rel.), W 1,000 

New Brunswick, Can. 

FREDERICKTOWN— 

Religious Intelligencer, W 2,450 

ST. JOHN— 

Messenger and Visitor, W 5,700 

Newfoundland, Can. 

ST. JOHN'S— 

Diocesan Magazine, M 2,000 

Nova Scotia, Can. 

HALIFAX— 

Presbyterian Witness (Presb.) 3,700 

Wesleyan (Meth.), W 4,500 

Ontario, Can. 

BERLIN— 

Gospel Banner, W 4,300 

Youth's Banner, S-M 1,500 

KINGSTON— 

Canadian Freeman (Cath.), W 8,000 

LONDON— 

Catholic Record (Cath.), W 15,000 

OTTAWA— 

United Canada (Cath.), W 5,200 

TORONTO— 

Algoma Missionary New (Meth.), 

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Ontario, Can.— Continued 

TORONTO— Continued. 

Canadian Churchman (Epis.), W... 28,000 

Canadian Epworth Era, M 6,250 

Catholic Register (Cath.), W 12,500 

Christian Guardian (Meth.), W. . . . 27,000 

Faithful Witness.(Und.), W 2,000 

Methodist Magazine and Review 

(Meth.), M 3,000 

Missionary Outlook (Meth.), M. . . . 10,100 

Presbyterian Review (Presb.), W. . 12,000 

S. S. Banner (Meth.), M 17,500 

Westminster (Presb.), W 10,000 

Quebec, Can. 

MONTREAL— 

Endeavor Banner (C. E.), M 3,000 

Northern Messenger (Und.). W. . . . 61,000 

Presbyterian Record (Presb.), M.. . 52,000 

True Witness (Cath.), W 8,000 

Witness (Evang.), W 28,600 

QUEBEC— 

Annales de St. Anne de Beaupie 

(French Relig.), M 29,000 

Les Fleurs de la Charite (French 

Relig.), M 4,000 

Hawaiian Islands. 

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Anglican Church Chronicle (Eng.), 

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Diocesan Magazine (Eng.), M 

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BIRMINGHAM— 

Age-Herald (Dem.) 26,000 

MOBILE— 

Herald (Dem.) 5,100 

Item (Dem.), 8,000 

Register (Dem.) : 9,500 

MONTGOMERY— 

Advertiser (Dem.) 17,003 

SELMA— 

Journal (Dem.) 1,000 

Times (Dem.) 1,000 

Alaska 

JUNEAU— 

Alaska Dispatch (Ind.) 2,000 

SKAGWAY— 

Alaskan 1.500 



Arizona 

BISBEE— 

Bisbee Review (Ind.) 2,250 

PHOENIX— 

Republican (Rep.) . 6,600 



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News-Record (Dem.) 3,900 







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ArKansaS— Continued 

HOT SPRINGS— 

Arkansas Thomas Cat (Humor). . . . 2,500 
Sentinel Record (Dem.) 1,500 

LITTLE ROCK— 

Gazette (Dem.) 14,379 



California 

EUREKA— 
Times (Rep.) 2,600 

FRESNO— 

Republican (Rep.) 7,700 

LOS ANGELES— 

Examiner (Dem.) 32,500 

Herald (Rep.) 32,800 

Times (Rep.) 71,520 

RIVERSIDE— 

Enterprise (Ind. Dem.) 2,050 

SACRAMENTO— 

News (Ind. Rep.) 3,500 

Union (Ind. Rep.) 7,561 

SAN BERNARDINO— 

Sun (Rep.) 2,000 

SAN DIEGO— 

Union (Rep.) 6,800 

SAN FRANCISCO— 

Abendpost (Ger. Rep.) 7,710 

Bulletin (Ind. Rep.) 50,000 

Call (Rep.) 88,558 

Chronicle (Ind.) 92,084 

Examiner (Ind.) 150,000 

Tageblatt (Ger. Lab.) 2,500 

SAN JOSE— 

Mercury Herald (Rep.) 12,350 





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STOCKTON— 

Independent (Rep.) 3,100 

Colorado 

ASPEN— 

Times (Pop.) 1,600 

COLORADO SPRINGS— 

Gazette (Rep.) 10,000 

CRIPPLE CREEK— 

Times (Ind.) 3,978 

DENVER— 

Post (Ind),... 70.145 

. Republican (Rep.) 37,828 

Rocky Mountain News (Ind.) 85,632 

LEADVILLE— 

Herald-Democrat (Ind.) 4,700 

PUEBLO— 

Chieftain (Rep.) 18,000 

Connecticut 

BRIDGEPORT— 

Herald (Ind.) 22,000 

HARTFORD— 

Globe (Ind.) 12,400 

Journal (Ind.) 4,500 

NEW HAVEN— 

Register (Dem.) 12,000 

Union (Ind. Dem.) 8,300 

Delaware 

WILMINGTON— 

Sunday Morning Star (Ind.) 8,800 



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WASHIXGTOX— 

Post (Ind.) 16,500 

Star (Ind.) 32,195 

Times (Dem.) 26,000 



Florida 

GAINSVILLE— 

Sun (Dem.) 1,250 

JACKSONVILLE— 

Times-Union and Citizen (Dem.).. . 5,000 

PENSACQLA— 
Journal (Dem.) 4,800 

TAMPA— 
Tribune (Dem.) 11,000 



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AMERICUS— 

Times-Recorder (Dem.) 1,200 

ATHENS— ■ 

Banner (Dem.) 1,250 

ATLANTA— 

Constitution (Dem.) 52,800 

Journal (Dem.) 53'oi6 

AUGUSTA— 

Chronicle (Dem.) 6 730 

Herald (Dem.) 5^500 

BRUNSWICK— 

News (Dem.) 1 500 

COLUMBUS— 

Enquirer Sun (Dem.) 4 OOO 

Ledger (Dem.) 9^100 



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Georgia — Continued 

MACON— 

Telegraph (Dem.) 7,300 

ROME— 

Tribune (Dem.) 2,500 

SAVANNAH— 

News (Dem.) 5,000 

Idaho 

BOISE— 

Statesman (Rep.) 4,839 

LEWISTON— 

Tribune (Dem.) 2,500 

Illinois 

BLOOMINGTON— 

Bulletin (Dem.) 6,500 

CAIRO— 

Bulletin (Dem.) 2,252 

Telegram (Ind.) 2,100 

CHICAGO— 

American (Dem.) 656,600 

Chronicle (Dem.) 73,258 

Denni Hlastel (Bohem. Lab.) 23,020 

Duch Casu (Bohem Lab.) 36,000 

Examiner (Dem.) (See Ajnerican.) 

Fackel (Soc. Ger.) 23,400 

Inter-Ocean (Rep.) 92,000 

Jewish-Courier (Heb. Ind.) 11,912 

Record-Herald (Ind.) 203,504 

Skandinaven (Rep. Nor.) 23,712 

Sonntagpost (Ger. Ind.) 35,443 

Svornost (Ind. Bohem.) 32,000 

Tribune (Rep.) 251,652 

Westen und Daheim (Ind. Ger.) . . . 64,500 

DANVILLE— 

Democrat (Dem.) 4,500 

Press (Dem.) 4,200 









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Illinois — Continued 

DECATUR— 
Review (Dem.) 9,966 

JACKSONVILLE— 

Journal (Rep.) 3,150 

OTTAWA— 

Free Trader (Dem.) 1,350 

Journal (Rep.) 1,600 

PEORIA— 

Herald and Transcript (Dem.) 6,876 

Journal (Ind.) 8,515 

Sonntag Glocke (Ger. Ind.) 3,625 

Sonntags Post (Ger. Ind.) 2,200 

Star (Ind.) 10,372 

QUINCY— 

Whig (Rep.) 8,400 

ROCKFORD— 

Star (Dem.) 8,450 

SPRINGFIELD— 

Journal (Rep.) 6,101 

Register (Dem.), W 9,635 



Indiana 

ANDERSON— 

Herald (Rep.) 3,200 

EVANSVILLE— 

Courier (Dem.) 15,185 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.) 5,300 

Journal News (Rep.) 14,350 

FORT WAYNE— 

Journal Gazette (Dem.) 8,670 

FRANKFORT— 

Times (Ind.) 1,600 





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INDIANAPOLIS— 

Sentinel (Dem.) 39,345 

Star (Ind.) 58,053 

Spottvogel (Ger.) 10,500 

KOKOMO— 

News (Rep.) 1.000 

LAFAYETTE— 

Journal (Dem.) 5,312 

Leader (Ind.) 3,000 

MARION— 

News-Tribune (Ind.) 5,900 

MUNCIE— 

Star (Rep.) 18,000 

SOUTH BEND— 

News (Local) 3,200 

TERRE HAUTE— 

Star (Ind.) 13,605 

Tribune and Gazette (Ind.) 8,800 

VINCENNES— 

Commercial (Rep.) 1,850 



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ARDMORE— . 

Ardmoreite (Dem.) 2,200 

MUSKOGEE— 

Phoenix (Ind.) 2,000 

WAGONER— 

Sayings (Ind.) 1,000 









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BURLINGTON— 

Hawkeye (Rep.) 10,055 



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COUNCIL BLUFFS— 

Nonpareil (Rep.) 8,700 

CRESTON— 

American (Dem.) 1,600 

DAVENPORT— 

Democrat and Leader (Dem.) 9,226 

Demokrat (Ger. Dem.) 1,000 

DES MOINES— 

News (Ind.) 40,361 

Register and Leader (Rep.) 27,038 

DUBUQUE— 

Telegraph-Herald (Ind.) 13,077 

Times (Rep.) 18,500 

KEOKUK— 

Gate City (Rep.) 3,664 

MUSCATINE— 

News-Tribune (Dem.) 2,750 

OTTUMWA— 

Democrat (Dem.) 1,500 

SIOUX CITY— 

Journal (Rep.) 24,022 



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PARSONS— 

Sun (Rep.) 1,870 

TOPEKA— 

Capital (Rep.) 21,120 

WICHITA— 

Eagle (Rep.) 21,486 



Kentucky 

HENDERSON— 

Gleaner (Dem.) 1,600 

LEXINGTON— 

Herald (Dem.) 4,100 

Leader (Rep.) 5,600 

LOUISVILLE— 

Anzeiger (Ger. Dem.) 8,000 

Courier Journal (Dem.) 36,000 

Herald 22,000 

Omnibus (Ger. Lit.) 6,825 

OWENSBORO— 

Inquirer (Ind.) 1,950 

Messenger 2,350 

PAD UC AH 

New Democrat (Dem.) 3,000 

Register (Dem.) 2,700 



Louisiana 

NEW ORLEANS— 

Abeille (Fr. Dem.) 15,000 

Deutsche Zeitung (Ger. Ind.) 6,100 

Item (Ind.) 21,000 

Picayune (Dem.) 35,000 

States (Dem.) 21,783 

Times-Democrat (Ind. Dem.) 25,000 







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SHREVEPORT— 

Caucasian (Dem.) 1,050 

Journal (Dem.) 1,600 

Times (Dem.) 6,000 

Maine 

PORTLAND— 

Sunday Telegram (Xon-partisan) . . 8,600 
Times (Rep.) 4,100 



Maryland 

BALTIMORE— 

American (Rep.) 58,318 

Deutscher Correspondent (Ger. 

Dem.) 11,700 

Herald (Ind.) 38,889 

Sonntags Post (Rep. Ger.) 11,700 

Sun (Ind.) 30,500 

Wecker (Ger. Ind.) 7,612 



Massachusetts 

BOSTON— 

Globe (Ind.) 303,388 

Hearst's Boston American (Dem.) .243,279 

Herald (Ind.) 100,000 

Journal (Rep.) 60,683 

Post (Dem.) 178,00'0 

LAWRENCE— 

Leader (Ind.) 3,200 

Sentinel (Dem.) 2,300 

Star (Dem.) 1,800 

Sun (Dem.) 2,600 

LOWELL— 

Telegram (Ind.) 15,400 

NEW BEDFORD— 

Sunday Times (Loc.) 7,800 







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SPRINGFIELD— 

Republican (Ind.) 15,935 

Union (Rep.) 14,200 

Worcester;— 

Telegram (Rep.) 26,000 



Michigan 

BAY CITY— 

Tribune (Rep.) 5,711 

DETROIT— 

Abendpost (Ger. Rep.) . 8,000 

Free Press (Ind.) 56,000 

News (Ind.) 66,000 

Truth (Rep.) 25,240 

Volksblatt (Ger. Dem.) 7,800 

FLINT— 

Sunday Democrat (Dem.) 1,650 

GRAND RAPIDS— 

Herald (Rep.) 26,560 

Sonntagsbote (Ger. Ind.) 2,400 

KALAMAZOO— 

Gazette-News (Dem'.) 10,350 

MUSKEGON— 

News (Dem.) 2,200 

SAGINAW— 

Courier-Herald (Rep.) 14,000 

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DULUTH— 

News-Tribune (Rep.) 15,885 



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MINNEAPOLIS— 

Journal (Rep.) 70,000 

Tidende (Norweg. Ind.) 6,600 

Times (Ind.) 24,870 

Tribune 70,000 

ST PAUL 

Globe (Ind. Dem.) 31,360 

Pioneer Press (Rep.) 31,500 



Mississippi 

BILOXI— 

Herald (Dem.) 1,500 

MERIDIAN— 

Star (Dem.) 7,000 

NATCHEZ— 

Democrat (Dem.) 1,300 

VICKSBURG— 

Herald (Dem.) 6,000 



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CARTHAGE— 

Democrat (Dem.) 1,600 

HANNIBAI^- 

Journal (Dem.) 1,500 

JOPLIN— 

Globe (Dem.) 12,400 

News-Herald (D^m.) 5,300 

KANSAS CITY— 

Journal (Rep.) 66,495 

Star (Ind.) 124,794 

ST. JOSEPH— 

Gazette (Rep.) 20,804 





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ST. LOUIS— 

Amerika (Ger. Dem.) 17,500 

Globe-Democrat (Rep.) 152,000 

Mississippi Blaetter (Ger. Rep.).. . . 69,700 

Post-Dispatch (Ind.) 219,108 

Republic (Dem.) 115,254 

SEDALIA— 

Capital (Rep.) 2,300 

Democrat (Dem.) 2,314 

SPRINGFIELD— 

Republican (Rep.) 6,100 



Montana 

ANACONDA— 

Standard (Dem.) 13,492 

BUTTE CITY— 

Miner (Dem.) 9,400 

GREAT FALLS— 

Tribune (Dem.) 4,342 

HELENA— 

Independent (Dem.) 6,600 



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LINCOLN— 

State Journal (Rep.) 12,336 

NEBRASKA CITY— 

Press (Rep.) 1,300 

OMAHA— 

Bee (Rep.) 28,937 

World-Herald (Dem.) 35,547 







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RENO— 

Journal (Silver) 2,100 



New Jersey 

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ATLANTIC CITY— 

Sunday Gazette (Rep.) 



NEWARK— 

Erzaehler (Ind. Rep. Ger.) 11,143 

Sunday Call (Ind.) 32,000 

PATERSON— 

Sunday Chronicle (Ind.) 3,640 

TRENTON— 

Advertiser (Ind.) 13,500 

Courier (Ind.) 2,600 



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ALBUQUERQUE— 

Journal Democrat (Dem.) 3,200 



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ALBANY— 

Argus (Dem.) 16,325 

Press (Ind.) 22,450 

Sonntags Journal (Ind.) 3,900 

Telegram (Ind.) 40,000 

AMSTERDAM— 

Sentinel (Dem.) 2,500 

BROOKLYN— 

Citizen (Dem ) 33,412 

Eagle (Ind.) 68,000 

Freie Presse (Rep.) 17,000 



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BUFFALO— 

Courier (Dem.) 92,743 

Demokrat. (Ger. Ind.) 6,100 

Express (Ind. Bep.) 60,000 

News (Rep.) 25,000 

Times (Dem.) 39,127 

Tribuene (Ger. Rep.) 3,110 

COHOES— 

Free Press (Ird.) 2,000 

ELMIRA— 

Telegram (Ind.) 60,000 

NEWBURGH— 

Sunday Telegram (Ind.) 3,000 

NEW YORK— 

Araldo Italiano (Italian Rep.) 35,000 

Associated Sunday Magazines 725,000 

Courier des Etats Unis 14,500 

Herald (Ind.) 250,000 

Morgen Journal (Ger. Ind.) 80,000 

News (Ind.) 120,000 

New York American and Journal 

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Press (Rep.) 105,131 

Revue (Ger. Ind.) 70,440 

Staats Zeitung (Dem. Ger.) 70,000 

Sun (Ind.) 130,000 

Telegraph (Dem.) 64,662 

Times (Dem.) 110,000 

Tribune (Rep.) 87,000 

• Volkszeitung (Ger. Lab.) 18,000 

World (Dem.) 450,000 

OLEAN— 

Times (Rep.) 1,500 

POUGHKEEPSIE— 

Courier (Ind.) 10,000 

ROCHESTER—... 

Democrat and Chronicle (Rep.).. . . 28,000 
Herald (Ind.) 15,000 





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New York — Continued 

. SYRACUSE— 

Herald (Ind.) 41,000 

Post-Standard (Rep.) 23,405 

TROY— 

Northern Budget (Ind.) 37,500 

Observer (Dem.) 8,600 

UTICA— 

Sunday Journal (Ind.) 10,500 

Sunday Tribune (Ind.) 5,000 

North Carolina 

ASHEVILLE— 

Citizen (Dem.) 4,000 

CHARLOTTE— 

Observer (Dem.) 6,700 

DURHAM— 

Herald (Ind.) 3,450 

RALEIGH— 

News-Observer (Dem.) 9,200 

WILMINGTON— 

Messenger (Dem.) 2,100 

Star (Dem.) ' 2,700 

North Dakota 

FARGO— 

Call and Argus (Rep.) 3,000 

GRAND FORKS— 

Herald (Rep.) 7,434 



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CINCINNATI— 

Commercial Tribune (Rep.) 67,872 

Enquirer (Dem.) 183,000 

Sonntagsblatt (Ger.) 32,400 

Sonntag Morgen (Ger. Dem.) 23,700 

Westliche Blaetter 26,000 

CLEVELAND— 

Leader (Rep.) 60,000 

Plaindealer (Dem.) 73,103 

Waechter und Anzeiger (Ger. 

Dem.) 19,200 

COLUMBUS— 

Dispatch (Ind.) 32,140 

Ohio State Journal (Rep.) 30,000 

Press-Post (Dem.) 24,492 

Sonntagsgast (Ger. Rep.) 15,000 

DAYTON— 

World (Ind.) 5,000 

IRONTON— 

Irontonian (Dem.) 1,700 

LIMA— 

Republican Gazette (Rep.) 3,293 

SANDUSKY— 

Register (Rep.) 3,000 

SPRINGFIELD— 

Sun (Ind.) 10,516 

TOLEDO— 

Times-Bee (Ind.) 16,000 

YOUNGSTOWN— 

Vindicator (Dem.) 10,200 

ZANESVILLE— 

Sunday News (Ind.) 5,700 





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GUTHRIE— 

Oklahoma State Capitol (Rep.) .... 20,863 

OKLAHOMA CITY— 

Oklahoman (Dem.) 14,12.3 



Oregon 

ALBANY— 

Herald (Rep.) 1,100 

ASTORIA— 

Astorian (Rep.) 1,800 

PORTLAND— 

Journal (Dem.) 23,076 

Oregonian (Rep.) 40,000 

SALEM— 

Statesman (Rep.) 3,000 



Pennsylvania 

EASTON— 

Sunday Call (Ind.) 5,000 

ERIE— 

Dispatch (Rep.) 8,800 

Messenger-Graphic (Ind.) 4,000 

PHILADELPHIA— 

Bee (Rep.) 3,000 

Inquirei (Ind. Rep.) 153,453 

Item (Ind. Rep.) 223,000 

Neue Welt (Ger. Dem.) 28,500 

North American (Rep.) 140,000 

Press (Rep.) •. 148,949 

Public Ledger (Ind.) 70,000 

Record (Ind.) -. 160,000 

Sonntagsblatt (Ger. Ind.) 18,000 

Sonntags Journal (Ger. Ind.^ 26,000 

Sunday Dispatch (Rep.) 13,000 

Sunday World (Rep.) 10,000 









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PITTSBURG— 

Dispatch (Ind.) 74,337 

Leader (Ind.) 46,470 

Pittsburger Beobaehter (Dem. 

Ger.) 13,200 

Post (Dem.) 70,000 

Press (Ind.) 73,000 

Volksblatt (Ger. Ind.) 15,000 

READING— 

Eagle (Ind.^ 10,883 

SCRANTON— 

Republican (Rep.) 8,050 

Scrantonian (Ind.) 16,600 

TITUSVILLE— 

World (Ind.) ." 1,600 

WILKESBARRE— 

News and Dispatch (Dem.) 4,100 

WILLIAMSPORT— 

Pennsylvania Grit (Ind.) 235,370 

YORK— 

Gazette (Dem.) 8,184 

Rhode Island 

PROVIDENCE— 

Journal (Ind.) 19,700 

Tribune (Ind.), Sun 15,078 

South Carolina 

CHARLESTON— 

• News (Dem.) 7,500 

COLUMBIA— 

State (Dem.)... 11,978 

GREENVILI,E— 

News (Dem.), 2,800 





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Texas— Continued 

HOrSTOX— 

Post (Dem.) 25,721 

PARIS— • 

News (Dem.) 1,500 

SAX AXTOXIO— 

Express find. Rep.) Dem 19,300 

Light (Ind. Rep.) G,800 

TEMPLE— 

Tribune (Dem.) 1,000 

WACO— 

Times-Herald (Dem.) 8,540 



Utah 

SALT LAKE CITY— 

Herald (Dem.) 11,875 

Tribune (Ind. Rep.) 15,560 



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DAXVILLE— 

Register (Dem.) 1,700 

LYNCHBURG— 

X^ews (Dem.) 4,200 

NORFOLK— 

Landmark (Dem.) 8,000 

Virginian and Pilot (Dem.) 13^137 

PETERSBURG— 

Index-Appeal (Ind.) 4,600 

RICHMOND— 

Times-Dispatch (Dem.) 24,000 

ROANOKE— 

Times (Ind.) 4,100 





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DEADWOOD— 

Pioneer Times (Rep.) 1,900 

SIOUX FALLS— 

Press 6,200 

Tennessee 

CHATTANOOGA— 

Times (Dem.) 21,800 

JACKSON— 

Sun (Dem.) 1,750 

Whig (Dem.) 1,800 

KNOXVILLE— 

Journal and Tribune (Rep.) 13,013 

MEMPHIS— 

Commercial- Appeal (Dem.) 57,632 

Herald (Dem.) 2,000 

News-Scimitar (Dem.) 30,406 

NASHVILLE— 

American (Dem ) 25,384 

Texas 

AUSTIN— 

News-Tribune (Dem.) 1,705 

Statesman (Dem.) 9,956 

DALLAS— 

News (Ind.) . 62,000 

Times-Herald (Dem.) 10,300 

EL PASO— 

Times (Ind. Dem.) 6,050 

FORT WORTH— 

Record (Dem.) 20,000 

Telegram (Dem.) 10,052 

GALVESTON— 

News (Ind.)..., 14,000 



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Washington 

BELLINGHAM— 

Reveille (Rep.) 5,400 

OLYMPIA— 

Olympian (Rep.) 1,100 

PORT TOWNSEND— 

Leader (Rep.) 1,850 

SEATTLE— 

Post -Intelligencer (Rep.) 33,420 

Times (Dein.) 47,500 

SPOKANE— 

Spokesman-Review (Pop.) 23,500 

TACOMA— 

Ledger (Rep.) 21,141 

West Virginia 

CHARLESTON— 

Gazette (Dem.) 2,800 

PARKERSBURG— 

News (Rep.) 2.000 

WHEELING— 

News (Ind.) 12,100 

Register (Ind. Dem.) 15,000 

Wisconsin 

EAU CLAIRE— 

Leader (Dem.) 4,100 

JANESVILLE— 

Recorder (Dem.) 2,100 

LA CROSSE— 

Chronicle (Dem.) 6,500 

MADISON— 

Democrat (Dem.) 1,700 





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Wisconsin — Continued 

MILWAUKEE— 

Free Press (Rep.) 24,527 

Sentinel (Rep.) 49,482 

Sonntags Po.st (Rep.) 43.706 

Vorwaeils (Ger. Lab.) 9,000 

OSHKOSH— 

Times (Dem.) 4,000 

Wyoming 

CHEYENNE— 

Tribune (Rep.) 4,450 

British Columbia, Can. 

VANCOUVER— 

News Advertiser (Cons.) 4,500 

VICTORIA— 

Colonist (Cons.) 1,600 

Ontario, Can. 

TORONTO— 

World (Cons.) 14,900 

Quebec, Can. 

MONTREAL— 

Sunday Sun (Ind.) 8,500 



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45.S 



This List of IVIagazlnes, Agricultural, Religious and Secular 
Monthlies, Agricultural, Religious and IVIiscellaneous Weeklies, is made 
for the purpose of directing the attention of the advertiser to what 
we believe to be the best result-getters published. 

MAGAZINES OF STANDARD SIZE 



Title of Publication 



Location 



Ainslee's Magazine New York, N. Y.. 

All Story Magazine 

American Magzine " " .. 

American Motherhood Boston, Mass 

Appleton's Magazine New York, N. Y.. 

Arena Trenton, N. J 

Argosy New York, N. Y.. 

Atlantic Monthly Boston, Mass 

Bob Trfylor's Magazine Nashville Tenn.... 

Bohemian New York, N. Y-.. 

Business Man's Magazine Detroit, Mich 

Broadway Magazine New York, N. Y.. 

Brook's Syndicate Magazine.St. Louis, Mo 

Business World New York, N. Y.. 

Canadian Magazine Toronto. Ont 

Century New York, N. Y.. 

Chautauquan Chautauquan, N. 

Cosmopolitan New York, N. Y.. 

Craftsman " " .. 

Current Literature " " .. 

Donahoe's Magazine Boston, Mass 

Erie Railroad Magazine New York, N. Y.. 

Everybody's Magazine " " ... 

Field and Stream " " .. 

Food & Drink " " .. 

Gates' R. R. List Cleveland, Ohio... 

Good Housekeeping Springfield. Mass. 

Gunter's Magazine ; New York, N. Y.. 

Hardware Dealer's Magazine 

Harper's Bazaar 

Harper's Magazine 

Health 

Health Culture 

Home Needlework Magazine .Florence, Mass 

Lippincotts' Magazine Philadelphia, Pa 

Little Folk's Magazine Salem, Mass 

McClure's Magazine New York, N. Y 

Metropolitan Magazine New York N. Y 

Munsey's Magazine New York. N. Y 

National Magazine Boston, Mass 

National Sportsman " " 

Nautilus Holyoke, Mass 

New Age Washington. D. C... 

New England Magazine Boston, Mass 

North Amei-ican Review New York, N. Y 

Northwestern Sportman Milwaukee. Wis 

Outdoors New York, N. Y 

Outing " " 

Outdoor Life Denver. Col 

Out West Los Angeles. Cal... 

Overland San Francisco, Cal, 

Pacific Monthly Portland, Oregon 

Pearson's Magazine N w York. N. Y 

Physical Culture Spotswood, N. J 

Popular Magazine New York, N. Y 



Circu- Forms Page Line 

lation close rate rate 

250.000 3rd $250.00 $1.25 

280,000 15th§ 200.00 1.50 

250,000 25th| 280.00 1.40 

24.000 20th 30.00 .21 

100,000 1st 100.00 60 

25,000 10th 28.00 .25 

500,000 15th§ 300.00 2.00 

25,000 1st 100.00 .45 

60,000 12th 65.00 .35 

40,000 10th 120-00 .60 

105.000 10th 180.00 .80 

75,000 4th 100.00 " .45 

100.000 1st 75.00 ,35 

19.000 5th 48.00 .22 

20,000 10th 30.00 .20 

126.500 1st 250.00 1.75 

50.000 8th 50.00 .30 

450.000 1st 448.00 2.00 

25.000 10th 60.00 .30 

45,000 10th * 55.00 .30 

55.000 15th * 75.00 .80 

40,000 27th * 50.00 

900,000 25th§ 500.00 2.232 

40,000 10th 80.00 .43 

161,000 15th 80.00 .50 

350,000 6th 643.00 

200,000 1st 200.00 1.25 

110,000 25th? 90.00 .50 

17,000 20th 7500 

175.000 5th, 224.00 1.00 

150,000 3rd 300.00 1.60 

100,000 5th 100.00 .50 

15,000 15th 30.00 .18 

64,000 80.00 .50 

55,000 8th * 100.00 .60 

95,000 1st 100.00 .45 

414,000 1st 460.00 2.15 

215,000 6th 250.00 1.50 

716,C00 30th§ 500.00 3.00 

220,000 5th 200.00 1.00 

75.000 15th 80.00 .36- 

28,000 8th 48.00 .22 

50,000 8th 40,00 .25 

22.000 5th 60.00 .30 

35,000 100 00 .75 

300,000 15th 4000 .25 

60,000 5th 60.00 .30 

100,000 5th 100.80 1.00 

40000 5th 60.00 .50 

12,000 5th 40.00 ,30 

48,500 15th 60.00 .30 

75,000 5th 100.00 .45 

252,710 26th§ 225.00 1.25 

175.000 1st 16000 1.00 

265,000 24th§ 150.00 .70 



456 



H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 



MAGAZINES OF STANDARD SIZE, Continued 



Title of Publication 



Location 



Circu- Forms 
lation close 



74,728 



300,000 
80,000 
66,000 

250,000 



Popular Mechanics Chicago, 111 

Putnam's Magazine New York, N Y.... 

Railroad Man's Magazine " '" .... 

Reader Magazine Indianapolis, Ind. 

Recreation New York, N. Y..,. 

Red Book Chicago, 111 

Review of Reviews New York. N. Y 181,000 

Rural Magazine Detroit, Mich 42,000 

Salesmanship Chicago, 111 30,000 

St. Nicholas New York, N. Y 50,000 

Scrap Book " '■ 300,000 

Scribner's Magazine " " 195.000 

Short Stories " , " 30 000 

Smart Set " " 140,000 

Smith's Magazine '" " 140,000 

Strand Magazine " " 227,495 

Sunset.. San Francisco, Cal... 100,000 

System Chicago, 111 60,000 

Tales New York, N. Y 32,000 

Technical World Chicago, 111 130,000 

Ten Story Book " " 76,996 

Times Magazine New York, N. Y 100.000 

Valley Magazine St. Louis, Mo 125,000 



Wayside Tales Chicago, 111 

Wide World Magazine New York, N. Y. 

Watson's Magazine ''^ " 

Woman " " . 

World To-Day Chicago. Ill 

World's Work. New York. N. Y. 

Young's Magazine " " 



46,000 
75,000 
90.000 

250.000 
80,000 
75,000 
50,000 



10th 
1st 

25th § 
1st 
1st 
1st 
5th 

10th 

15th 
1st 

15th§ 
1st 
1st 
1st 
8th§ 
1st 

25th § 

20th 
1st 

25th § 

14th 
1st 

15th 
1st 
1st 
4th 

20th 
5th 
9th 

15th 



Page 
rate 

$ 85.00 

80.00 

150.00 

100.00 

120.00 

250.00 

250.00 

60.00 

50.00 

150.00 

200.00 

250.00 

75 00 

150.00 

125.00 

240.00 

150.00 

100.00 

50.00 

130.00 

50.00 

100.00 

100.00 

40.00 

60.00 

60.00 

150.00 

125.00 

150 00 

40.00 



Line 
rate 

$ .60 

.40 

1.00 

.50 

.60 

1.25 

1.50 

,35 

.25 

1.00 

1,00 

1.50 

.40 

1.00 

.60 

1.20 

.75 

.45 

.30 

.75 

.30 

.50 

.60 

.25 

.30 

.50 

1.00 

.70 

.90 

.20 



MISCELLANEOUS MONTHLIES 



Title of Publication 



Location 



American Boy Detroit. Mich 

American Family Journal New York, N. Y.... 

American Home Waterville, Me 

American Home Garden New York, N. Y 

American Home Journal Dallas, Tex 

American Women Review St. Louis, Mo 

American Queen New York, N. Y.... 

American Household New York, N.'Y 

American Woman Augusta, Me 

At Home Magazine Louisville, Ky 

Badger Milwaukee, Wis.... 

Bee Hive Port Huron, Mich. 

Benziger's Magazine New York, N. Y.... 

Black Cat Boston, Mass 

Burr Mcintosh Monthly New York, N. Y.... 

Butterick Trio '' " .... 

Cheerful Moments " " 

Circle " " .— 

Clifton Monthly Waterville, Maine. 

Columbian Boston, Mass 

Comfort Augusta, Me 

Country Life in .A^merica New York, N. Y... 

Crabtree's Home Journal "' *' ... 

Criterion..... " " ... 

Currier-Boyce Monthlies Chicago, 111 



Circu- 
latiott 

125,000 
150,000 
350,000 
20,000 
55,000 
2.-?5,000 
140,000 

"748,7il 

130.000 

75,000 

348,000 

50 000 

130,156 

80.000 

1,600,000 

250,000 

100,000 

52,000 

375,000 

1.296.960 

60,000 

60,000 

30,000 

1,550,000 



Forms Line 
close rate 



10th 
25th 

5th 

1st 
20th 
10th 
12th 
10th 

5th 
15th 
24th 
15th 

5th 

1st 
10th 
lOthg 
25th 

1st 
15th 
15th 
15th 

8th 
20th 
10th 
10th 



$.75 
.60 

1.00 
.36 
.15 

1.00 
.60 
.50 

3.00 
.40 
.30 

1.00 
.25 
.60 

7.125 

1.00 

.60 

.40 

1.75 

5.00 

.75 

.20 

.40 

6.00 



NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 



MISCELLANEOUS MONTHLIES Continued 



Title of Publication 



lyOcation 



Cushraan's Couple Boston, Mass 

Cushman's Six " " 

Delineator Mew York, N. Y 

Designer " " 

Dignam's Magazine Richmond, Ind 

Dixie Home Birmingham, Ala .... 

ETthusiasm Lancaster. Pa 

Elite Styles New York, N. Y 

Etude Philadelphia. Penii.. 

Evening Hours New York, (Weeha%vken. N. J ) 

Everyday Life Buffalo, N. Y 

Family Doctor New York, N. Y 

Farmer's Wife St. Paul, Minn 

Fashions Philadelphia, Pa 

Fashion Trio Boston, Mass 

Fashion World and New Styles " " 

Floral Life Springfield, Ohio .... 

Gentlewoman New York, N, Y 

Gleaner Detroit, Mich 

Good Literature New York, N. Y 

Good Stories .\ugusta. Me 

Harmsworth Self Educator New York, N. Y 

Hearthstone " "' 

Holland Magazine Dallas, Texas 

Home Friend Kansas City, Mo 

Homefolks Chicago, 111 

Ho 'lie Defender " " 

Home Instructor Quincy, 111... 

Home and State. Dallas, Texas .. 

Home I,ife Chicago, 111 

Home Life New York, N. Y 

Home Maker Des Moines, la 

Home Magazine Indianapolis, Ind 

Home Monthly New York, N. Y 

Home Queen Waterville, Me 

Home Talk New York. N. Y 

Household Topeka, Kan 

Household Guest Chicago. Ill 

Housekeeper Minneapolis. Minn. 

Housewife New York, N. Y .... 

House Beautiful Chicago, 111 

Human Life Boston, Mass 

Illustrated Companion New York. N.Y 

Illustrated Home Journal St. Louis, Mo 

Immigrationist ...Win field. Kansas 

Indoors and Out New York, N. Y 

International Magazine Port Huron. Mi h... 

Keiths' Magazine Minneapolis. Minn. 

Ladies' Favorite Magazine Des Moines, la 

Ladies' Home Journal Philadelphia, Pa 

Ladies' Magazine Chicago, 111 

Ladies' Magazine Portland, Maine 

Ladies' Review Port Huron. Mich... 

Ladies' World New York, N. Y 

Lane's List Augusta. Me 

Lupton's List New York, N, Y 

McCall's Magazine New York, N. Y .... 

Magnet West Derby, N. H .. 

Mail Order Journal Chicago, 111.. 

Mail Order Monthly St. Paul, Minn 



Circu- 


Forms 


Line 


lation 


close 


rate 


750,000 


15th 


$3.00 


1,700,000 


1st 


6.00 


950,000 


lOth? 


5.00 


350,000 


10th § 


1.50 


100,000 


15th 


1.00 


48,051 


25th 


.20 


2.500 




.15 


100,000 


10th§ 


.75 


115,000 


15th 


.50 


150,000 


15th 


.60 


200,000 


20th 


.80 


150.000 


15th 


.75 


100,000 


20th 


.40 


285.000 


5th 


1.25 


800,000 


1st 


3.00 


300,000 


1st 


1.25 


125,000 


10th 


.50 


400 000 


18th 


1.50 


60.000 


25th 


.30 


412.000 


10th 


2.00 


400,000 


5th 


1.50 


300,000b, 


.\v 




501.441 


5th 


2.00 


25,000 


Ist 


.20 


150,000 


25th 


.60 


400.000 


12th 


1.90 


47,000 


25th 


.40 


60,000 


25th 


.15 


25,000 


15th 


.15 


507,000 


25th 


2.00 


150.000 


28th 


.60 


120,000 


5th 


.40 


225.000 


25th § 


1.00 


400.000 


20th 


1.50 


315,372 


18th 


1.00 


300.000 


15th 


1.00 


178,225 


20th 


.70 


421,000 


25th 


1.50 


303.966 


1st 


1.50 


106,680 


12th 


.50 


280.000 


1st 


.40 


76,976 


10th 


.50 


350.000 


15th 


1.25 


332.242 


15th 


.10 


30,000 








10th 


.20 


100,000 


20th 


.40 


10,000 


10th 


.30 


200,000 


25th 


.80 


1,052,000 


10th§ 


6.00 


15.000 


15th 


.60 


150 000 


25th 


.60 


142,000 


10th 


,60 


420.333 


1st 


2.00 


724,731 


1st 


2.75 


920,166 


10th 


4.00 


1,000.000 


lOthg 


5.00 


107,683 


15th 


.35 


12,000 


15th 


.25 


200,000 


20th 


.80 



458 



H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISINt^ CO. 



MISCELLANEOUS MONTHLIES, Continued 



Title of Publication 



lyOcation 



Metropolitanand Rural Home. New York, N. Y 

Middle West Advocate Rock Island, 111 

Modes New York, N. Y 

Modes and Fabrics " " 

Modern Woodman Chicago, 111 

Modern Priscilla Boston. Mass 

Modern Stories, New York, N. Y 

Modern Women Boston, Mass 

Mothers' Magazine Elgin, Ill.„ 

National Rip Saw St. Louis, Mo 

New Era Monthly .....New York, N. Y 

New Ideas Philadelphia, Penn.. 

N. Y. Magazne of Mysteries. ..New York, N. Y 

New Southwest St. Louis, Mo 

New Idea Woman's MagazineNew York, N. Y 

Normal Instructor Dansville, N. Y 

Opportunity St. Paul, Minn 

Pandex of the Press San Francisco, Cal... 

Park's Floral Magazine.. Ivapark.Lan. Co. Pa 

Paragon Monthly New York, N. Y 

Penny Monthly Youngstown, Ohio... 

People's Home Journal New York, N. Y 

People's Popular Monthly Des Moines, la 

Philistine East Aurora, N. Y... 

Pictorial Review New York, N. Y 

Pilgrim Battle Creak, Mich... 

Popular Fashions Boston, Mass 

Postmas er's Advocate Washington, D. C 

Postmaster and Carrier Dallas, Texas 

Primary Plains Dansville, N. Y 

Rocky Mountain Illustrated..Denver, Colo 

Rocky Mountain Magazine " " 

Roof Tree Magazine Bridgeport, Conn... 

Royal Neighbor Lincoln, Neb 

R. F. D. News Chicago, 111 

Sawyer's Trio Waterville, Me 

Searchlight Litchfield, 111 

spare Moments Rochester, N Y 

Social Visitor. Popular .Mon.... Boston, Mass 

Southern Home Journal Winston-Salem, N.C 

Sovereign Visitor Oinah^, Neb 

Star Monthly Oak Park, 111 

Suburban Life Boston, Mass 

Success New York, N. Y 

Theatre '" '* ...... 

Travel Magazine " " 

Twentieth Century Revi:?>v Detroit. Mich 

Vickery & Hill List Augusta, Me 

Vick's Family Magazine... Dansville, N. Y 

Welcome Guest Portland, Me 

Woman's Gazette Pittsburg, Pa 

Womans' Realm Greenville, Pa 

Woman's Ideal Magizine Pittsburg, Pa 

Woman's Home Monthly St. Louis, Mo 

Woman's Magazine " " 

Woman's Home Journal Boston, Mass 

World's Events ....Dansville, N. Y 

Woman's Home Companion. ..Springfield, Ohio 

Woman's World Chicago, 111 

Woman's Farm Journal St. Louis, Mo 

Wilshire's Magazine New York, N. Y 



Circu- 


Forms 


Line 


lation 


close 


rate 


500.000 


15th 


$2.00 


50,000 


15th 


.20 


50,000 


15th§ 


.50 


310,000 


21st 


1.25 


810,116 


12th 


2.50 


170,871 


20th§ 


.70 


300,000 


10th 


1.25 


600,000 


1st 


2.00 


35,000 


1st 


.15 


65,0:J0 


15th 


30 


500.000 


20th 


1.90 


230,389 


20th 


./.I 


175,000 


1st 


.90 


■ 10,000 


20th 


.15 


200,000 


10th 


1.00 


125,000 


10th 


. .50 


60,000 


26th 


.25 




10th 
20th 


.25 


403,298 


1.50 


400.000 


6th 


1.50 


32,000 


30th 


.12 


508,166 


10th 


1.75 


280.000 


20th 


1.00 


115,000 


1st 




156.298 


Istg 


.75 


125,000 


10th 


.15 


500,000 


1st 


2.00 


26,000 


28th 


.20 


10.000 


20th 


.08 


40,000 


10th 


.20 


40,000 


20th 


.25 


104,023 


25th 


.40 


117,000 


15th 


.50 


160,000 


12th 


.50 


20,000 


23d 


.18 


1,340,000 


6th 


4.00 


. 50,000 


20th 


.20 


225,000 


15th 


1-25 


150,000 


10th 


.50 


100,000 


10th 


.50 


280,000 


12th 


,75 


156,940 


10th 


.90 


42,000 


1st 


.40 


285.159 


25th 


2.00 


60,000 


15th 


.75 


120,000 


1st 


.45 


215.000 


25th 


.80 


1.263,766 


5th 


5.10 


200,000 


15th 


.65 


500,000 


20th 


2.00 


100,000 


18th 


.40 


50 000 


20th 


,20 


60,000 


20th 


.30 


17,000 


15th 


.15 


1,585,3-73 


5th 


6.00 


375,000 


15th 


1.75 


103,000 


5th 


.40 


512,572 


12th§ 


2.50 


1,150,000 


10th 


4.70 


624,762 


20th 


200 


282,976 


10th 


1.00 



NEWSPAPERS ANT) MAGAZINES. 



459 



AGRICULTURAL 



Title of Publication 



MONTHLIES 

Location 



American Farm World Chicago. Ill 

Agricultural Epitomist Spencer, Ind 

American Grange Bulletin Cincinnati, Ohio 

American Farmer ..Indianapolis, Ind... 

American Poultry Advocate. ..Syracuse, N. Y 

American Swineherd Chicago, 111 

American Poultry Journal " " 

Apple Specialist Quincy, 111 

Blooded Stock Oxford, Penn 

Commercial Poultry Marseilles, 111 

Farmers Voice... Chicago, 111 

Farm Magazine Omaha, Xeb 

Farming New York, N Y 

Farm Progress St. Louis, Mo 

Farm Journal Philadelphia. Pa 

Except Jan., Feb , M 

Farm Money Maker Cincinnati, Ohio 

Farm News Springfield, Ohio 

Farm and Stock St. Joseph, Mo 

Fruit Grower " '" 

Garden Magazine New York, N. Y 

Green's Fruit Grower Rochester, N. Y 

Home and Flowers West Grove, Pa 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer.. Kansas City, Mo...... 

Missouri Valley Farmer Topeka, Kan 

Xat'l Farmer and St'k Grower. St. Louis, Mo 

Northwestern Farmer... Menominee. Mich... 

Orff's Farm & Poultry Review St. Louis, Mo 

Orchard and Farm San Francisco, Cal. 

Poultry Herald...: St. Paul, Minn 

Poultry Keeper Quincy, 1\ 

Poultry Success Des Moines, Iowa... 

Reliable Poultry Journal Quincy. Ill 

Southern Farmer Birmingham, Ala 

Southwestern Farmer Houston, Texas 

Southern Planter Richmond, Va 

Strawberry .Three Rivers, Mich. 

Successful Farming Des Moines, Iowa... 

Virginia Farmer Emporia, Va 

Woman's Farm Journal St. Louis, Mo 

SEMI-MONTHLIES 

Dakota Farmer Aberdeen, S. Dak... 

Farm and Fireside Springfield, Ohio 

Farm and Home Springfield, Mass... 

Farm Life Chicago. Ill 

Farm Star Indianapolis, Ind.... 

Farmer St. Paul, Minn 

Farm. Stock and Home Minneapolis, Minn. 

Gleanings in Bee Culture Medina, Ohio 

Home and Farm Louisville, Ky 

Kimball's Dairy Farmer Waterloo, la 

Oklahoma Farm Journal OkL-^homa City,0. T 

Ranch Seattle. Wash 

Southern Agriculturist Nashville. Tenn 

Southern Cultivator .\tlanta, Ga 

Southern Ruralist " " 

Texas Farm Journal Dallas, Texas 

Up-to-Date Farming Indianapolis, Ind 



Circu- 


Forms 


Line 


lation 


close 


rate 


100.000 


15th 


$ .50 


190,000 


15th 




60,000 


25th 


.20 


250,000 


1st 


1.00 


44,000 


25th 


.20 


51.125 


4th 


.30 


52,143 


15th 


.35 


13,000 


15th 


.10 


20,000 


25th 


.20 


50.000 


20th 


.25 


42,633 


20th 


.30 


50,100 


20th 


.20 


40.000 ■ 


10th 


.40 


219.972 


25th 


.50 


562,932 


ipth 


2.50 


arch, April, Nov.. Dec 3.00 


32.000 


20th 


.15 


100,000 


20th 


.50 


25,000 


15th 


.20 


50,000 


20th 


.25 


36.000 


1st 


.40 


127,083 


15th 


.50 


100,000 


10th 


.45 


52,000 


1st 


.25 


204,870 


25th 


.75 


104,355 


25th 


.45 


28,000 


20th 


.08 


98.000 


20th 


.25 


25,000 


20th 


.15 


10,000 


25th 


.15 


30,000 


15ih ■ 


.20 


16,305 


2Uth 


.15 


53,450 


20th 


.35 


20,000 


10th 


.10 


75.000 


20th 


.40 


15,000 


25th 


.10 


30,000 


15th 


.15 


250,000 


15th 


1.00 


72.000 


10th 


.25 


624,762 


20th 


2.00 


35,000 10th & 25th 


.25 


360,000 


1st & 15th 


2.00 


376,000 ; 


5th & 20th 


1.75 


150.000 ; 


3th & 20th 


.60 


45.500 10th & 25th 


.25 


93,346 10th & 25th 


.,50 


101.812 


5th & 20th 


.35 


20.000 10th & 25th 


.20 


100.000 10th & 25th 


.60 


16,000 10th & 15th 


.15 


24,000 10th & 251 h 


.15 


12,000 13th & 28th 


.15 


48,000 10th & 25th 


.25 


48.000 5th & 20th 


.20 


70.000 ■ 


5th & 20th 


.30 


27,000 10th & 25th 


.15 


160,000 


5th & 20th 


.75 



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AGRICULTURAL— WEEKLIES. 



Title of Publication 



Circu- 
lation 
100.542 



American Agriculturist New York, N. Y 

American Agriculturist " " "j 

New England Homestead Springfield. Mass [-230.000 

Orange Judd Farmer Chicago, 111 j 

Breeder's Gazette Chicago, 111 69,115 

Colman's Rural World St. Louis, Mo 50,000 

Farmers' Advocate Topeka, Kas 27.000 

Farmers' Home Journal Louisville, Ky 13,000 

Farm and Stockman Kansas City, Mo 25,000 

Farm and Ranch Dallas, Tex 75,000 

Farmers' Call Quincy, 111 63.231 

Farmers' Guide Huntington, Ind 27.600 

Farmers' Review Chicago. Ill 30,000 

Farmers' Tribune Sioux City, la '42,000 

Field and Farm Denver, Colo 30,000 

Hearst's Home and Farm Chicago, 111 

Hoard's Dairyman Ft. Atkinson. Wis... 40,000 

Indiana Farmer Indianapolis. Ind 32.210 

Inland Farmer Louisville. Ky 31,000 

Iowa Homestead Des Moines, la 77,225 

Journal of Agriculture St. Louis, Mo 35,000 

Live Stock Report Chicago, 111 20,000 

Kansas Farmer Topeka. Kas 35.000 

Mail and Breeze " " 62.908 

Maine Farmer Augusta, Maine 12.700 

Michigan Farmer Detroit, Mich 78,000 

Michigan Farmer " " Icomhii 

Ohio Farmer Cleveland. Ohio ;«-oniD" 

National Stockman &Farmer..Pittsburg, Penn 65,000 

Nebraska Farmer Lincoln, Neb 24.000 

New England Farmer Brattleboro, Vt 15.000 

New England Homestead Springfield, Mass... 42,000 

New York Farmer Port Jervis, N. Y 26,000 

Northwest Agriculturist Minneapolis, Minn. 75.322 

Ohio Farmer Cleveland, Ohio 100,000 

Oklahoma Farmer Guthrie, O. T 40.000 

Orange Judd Farmer Chicago. Ill 93,752 

Pacific Homestead Salem, Oregon 11,200 

Pacific Rural Press San Francisco 8.869 

Prairie Farmer Chicago, 111 44,000 

Practical Farmer Philadelphia, Pa 40.000 

Progressive Farmer Raleigh, N. C 12.000 

Rural Farner Philadelphia. P^ 40,000 

Rural New Yorker New York. N. Y 76,000 

Rurallst Sedalia, Mo 5,260 

Rural Weekly St. Paul. Minn 107,611 

South Dakota Farmer Sioux Falls. S. D 10.500 

Sugar Beet Culturist Bay Citv, Mich 27.000 

Texas Farmer Dallas, Texas 30,000 

Tribune Farmer New York 100.000 

Twentieth Century Farmer Omaha. Neb 54.725 

Wallace's Farmer Des Moines. la 44.876 

Wisconsin Agriculturist Racine. Wis 60.000 

Wisconsin Farmer Madison, Wis 18,000 

MISCELLANEOUS WEEKLIES 

Appeal to Reason Girard. Kas 303.381 lOdI 

American Nashville. Tenn 57.796 Thu. 

Associated Sunday Magazine.New York. N. Y 875,000 4 wks. 

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Forms 


Line 


close 


rate 


Tues. 


$ .60 


Tues. 7dt 


1.25 


Fri 


.35 


Tues. 


.15 


Wed. 


.12 


Th. 


.12 


Mon. 


.25 


Tue. 


.50 


Tue. 


.20 


Tue. 


.15 


Tue. 


.25 


Tue. 


.20 


Wed. 


.10 


2 wks. 


.25 


Tue. 


25 


Tue. 


.25 


Wed. 


.15 


Tue. 


.35 


Mon. 


.25 


Fri. 


.15 


Tue. 


.20 


Mon. 


.20 


Wed. 


.06 


Wed. 


.40 


nation Rate. 


.80 


Mon. 


.30 


Tue. 


.15 


Tue. 


.07 


Tne, 


.30 


Mon. - 


.15 


Sat. 


.35 


Mon. 


.50 


Mon. 


.10 


Tue. 


.50 




.12 


Sat. 


.08 


Sat. 


.30 


Fri. 


.30 


Sat. 


.075 


Fri. 


.25 


7dt 


.40 


Wed. 


.06 




.20 


Fri. 


.045 


Tue. 


.10 




.30 


Th. 


.30 


Mon. 


.22 


Wed. 


.30 


Tue. 


.25 


Mon. 


.20 



$1.00 
.18 
3.00 

1.60 



NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 



MISCELLANEOUS WEEKLIES, Continued 



Title of Publication 



Location 



Blade Toledo, Ohio 

Capital Guthrie, Okla 

Collier's Weekly New York. N. Y 

Constitution Atlanta, Ga 

Courier- Journal Louisville, Ky 

Commoner Lincoln, Neb 

Commercial Appeal Memphis, Tenn 

Dispatch St. Paul, Minn 

Knquirer Cincinnati, Ohio 

Examiner San Francisco, Cal... 

Family Her'ld and Wkly. Star.Montreal, Que.. Can 

Globe-Democrat, S.-W St. Louis, Mo 

Grit Williamsport, Pa 

Harper's Weekly New York, N. Y 

Illustrated Sunday Magazine.. New York, N. Y 

Inter-Ocean Chicago, 111 

Journal Kansas City, Mo 

Journal Atlanta, Ga 

Judge New York. N. Y 

Leslie's Weekly " " 

Life " '[ 

Literary Digest " " 

Mail and Breeze Topeka, Kas 

Hearst's Sunday Magazines. ..New York, N. Y 1 

National Police Gazette " " 

National Tribune Washington. D. C... 

News Chattanooga, Tenn. 

News Dallas & Galv.,Tex. 

New Voice Chicago, 111 

Outlook New York. N. Y 

Puck " " 

Republic, S.-W St. Louis. Mo 

Ridgway New York, N. Y 

Rural Weekly St. Paul, Minn 

Saturday Evening Post Philadelphia. Pa 

Saturday Globe Utica, N. Y 

Scientific American New York, N. Y 

Star Kansas City. Mo 

Star St. Louis. Mo 

State Register Des Moines, la 

Sunny South Atlanta. Ga 

Times Denver, Colo 

Town and Country New York, N. Y 

Tribune. S,-W Minneapolis, Minn.. 

Tri- Weekly World New York, N. Y 

Vogue " " 

Youth's Companion Boston, Mass 



circu- 
lation 


i^orms 
close 


152,000 


Tue. 


38,476 


Sat. 


600,000 


14d: 


126,800 


Sat. 


80.000 


Tue. 


145.000 


5dt 


77.509 


Mon. 


93,733 


Tue. 


209,739 


Tue. 


80,000 


Tue. 


126,626 


Th. 


107,111 


Sat. 


235,270 


Tue. 


80,000 




505,000 


4 wks. 


120,000 


Tue. 


203,732 


Wed. 


71,362 


Wed. & Sat, 


76,000 


Th. 14dl 


100,000 


Wed. 


73.000 




110.000 


Mon. 


62.908 


Mon. 


,835.000 


14dt 


140.000 


Thu. 


104.003 


Wed. 


15,000 


Thu. 


150,000 


Wed. 


100,000 


Th. 


95,000 


14dt 


80,000 




102.675 


Sun. 


275,000 


Tue. 


107 611 




765,000 


28dl 


118,000 


Tue. 


75,000 


Th. 


248,930 


Sat. 


154,732 


Sat. 


32.226 


Th.. 


72,000 


Sat. 


15,000 


Wed. 


27.000 


Tue. 


79,588 


Mon. & Th, 


125,000 


Sun. 


30.000 


Th. 


556,000 


15dt 



RELIGIOUS 

MONTHLIES 



American Messenger New York, N. Y 75.000 

Catholic World New York, N. Y 65,000 

Congregational Work " " 100,000 

Deaconess Advocate Chicago, 111 30.000 

Record of Christian Work E. Northfield, Mass. 25,000 

Service Chicago, 111 30.000 

Union Signal (Prohib.,) " " 41,000 

World Wide Missions New York. N. Y 225.000 

Word and Works St. Louis, Mo 41,000 



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20th 

28th 

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RELIGIOUS-WEEKLIES. 



Title of Publication 



Location 



Advance (Cong) Chicagfo, 111 

Ave Maria (Cath) Notre Dame. lud... 

Baptist Herald (Bapt.) ...Dallas, Tex 

Baptist Standard (Bapt.) " " 

California Christian AdvocateSan Francisco, Cal. 

Catholic News (Cath ) New York. N. Y 

Central Baptist St. Louis, Mo 

Cent'lChrist'nAd'cate(Meth.) Kansas City, Mo 

Christian Advocate (Meth.)... Detroit, Mich 

Christian Advocate (Meth.) .Nashville, Tenn 

Christian Advocate (Meth.;. ..New York, N. Y 

Christian Advocate (Meth.). ..Pittsburg, Pa 

Christian Endeavor World.... ..Boston, Mass 

Christian Advocate (Meth) Dallas, Tex 

Christ'n Rvangelist (Disciple)St. Louis, Mo 

Christian Herald (Evan) New York, N. Y 

Christian Observer (Presb.X-Louisville, Ky._ 

Christian Standard (Chr.) lr-;„^;„„„f; ov,,-^ 

Lookout (Unsec.) |Cincmnati, Ohio... 

Christ'n Un'n Her'ld fPresb.) Pittsburg, Pa 

Chr'n W rk & Evan'st(Unsec)New York, N. Y 

Church Standard (Epis.) Philadelphia, Pa 

Congregationalist (Cong.) Boston, Mass 

Cumber'ndPres'ian (Presb.)... Nashville, Tenn 

Epworth Herald (Meth.) Chicago, 111 

Forward (Presb.) Philadelphia, Pa 

Herald and Presb'ter (Presb. )Cincinnati, Ohio 

Interior (Presb.) Chicago, 111 

N. VV. Chris'n Ad'cate(Meth.) " " 

Observer (Evang.) New York, N. Y 

Our Young Folks St. Louis, Mo 

Presbyterian Banner, (Presb. ) Pittsburg, Pa. _ 

Rani's Horn (Unsec.) Chicago, 111 

Religious Press Assn (7 papers) .Philadelphia, Pa 

Religious Press Synd(43 papers) Clinton, S. C 

Religious Telescope (U. B.) ..Dayton, Ohio 

Sabbath Reading (Unsec.) New York, N. Y 

Signs of the Times Oakland. Cal 

Sunday School Times (Evan) Philadelphia, Pa 

Standard (Bapt.).. Chicago, 111 

Watchman (Bapt.) Boston, Mass 

Wellspring " " 

Wesleyan Christian Advocate. Atlanta, Ga 

West'rnChri'n Ad'cate(Meth.)Cincinnati, Ohio 

Westminister . Philadelphia, Pa 

Witness New York, N, Y 

Young People (Bapt.) Philadelphia, Pa 

Young People's Wk'ly (Unsec)Elgin, 111 

Zion's Herald (Meth.) Boston, Mass 



Circu- Forms 


Line 


lation close 


rate 


175.000 


Mon. 


$ .15 


25.000 


2d Sat. 


.20 


15.000 




.16 


18,168 


Mon. 


.10 


5,800 


Thu. 


.06 


100,000 


Fri. 


.25 


12,269 


Mon. 


.07 


24,700 


6d| 


:25 


18,000 


Wed. 


.20 


14.302 


Mon. 


.10 


45,000 


Mon. 


.25 


32,000 


Mon. 


.25 


99.500 


8dl 


.65 


22,000 




.25 


22,275 


Mon. 


.15 


213.400 


14dt 


1.25 


20,900 


Mon. 


.17 


76,600 


Mon. 


.30 


29,700 


Sat. 


.20 


30,000 


Mon. 


.30 


17,000 


Tue. 


.15 


24,700 


Mon. 


.25 


14,020 


Mon. 


.15 


146,000 


14dt 


.60 


231,100 


21dt 


.75 


23,600 


Mon. 


.25 


31,750 


Mon. 


.25 


35,000 


Sat. 


.25 


26,000 


Tue. 


.30 


27,500 


Fri. 


.15 


18,000 


Mon. 


.15 


150,000 


Mon. 14dt 


.75 


143,350 


Mon. 


.70 


290,000 




2.32 


21,000 


Mon. 


.20 


105,000 


Tue.I 


.50 


30.000 


Wed. 


.20 


103,100 


Fri. 


.80 


15,000 


Mon. J 


.15 


17,100 




.25 


100.000 




.30 


10,980 


Thu. 


.07 


30,000 




.25 


15,000 


Mon. 


.10 


21,000 


Mon. 


.18 


128,400 




.50 


205,685 


19dt 


.75 


18,500 


Tue. 


,20 



GERMAN PUBLICATIONS 



Abendschule (B.-W.) St. Louis, Mo 

Acker und Oartenbau Zeitung (W) Milwaukee, Wis 

Deutsche American Farmer (W) Lincoln. Neb 

Die Deutsche Hausfrau Milwaukee, Wis 

Freie Presse (W) Lincoln, Neb 

Germania tW) Milwaukee, Wis , 107,000 

Haus und Bauernfreund Cw).. " " 



56,000 


15d§ 


.20 


70.783 


Fri. 


.20 


145,739 


Mon. 


.35 


131.000 


1st 


.50 


145,678 


Mon. 


.35 


107,000 




.25 


103,000 




.25 



Circu- 


Forms 


Line 


lation 


close 


rate 


82,600 


5th 




$.25 


40,979 


Fri. 




.11 


50,235 


Mon 


i. & Wed 


. .10 


53,000 


Sat. 




.15 


31,036 


Wed 




.11 



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Title of Publication Location 

Kvinden og Hjemmet (M) Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Posten (W) Decorah. Iowa 

Skandinaven (S.-W.) Chicago, 111 

Svenska Amerik. Posten (W). Minneapolis, Minn.. 
Tidende (W) "' " .. 

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The forms of some of the monthly publications close during the second 
month preceding date of issue. In such cases a section mark (§) is placed 
against the closing date. Forms of all other monthly publications close 
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RIIFFAI n NFW^ Guaranteed circulation over 95,000 copies daily. 
DUI I HLU IlLirO Every prominent local and foreign advertiser uses 
the News — many exclusively. Stands supreme and unapproached in 
its field. Ask anybody in Buffalo — the best test. 

MEMPHIS COMMERCIAL APPEAL Jr«'«Te'o^p^ie,^sn'nd°6o%S5 

copies Sunday. Guarantees double paid circulation of any other Mem- 
phis newspaper. 90 per cent of the literate population in Memphis 
and Memphis territory read the Commercial Appeal. 

QT IHQFPU MFWQ PRF^Q Guaranteed circulation over 35,000 
01. JUOLrn ntllO-rnLOO copies dally. The best proposition 
by long odds not only of St. Joseph, but of the Middle West. Flat 
rate makes it a splendid "try out" proposition. Only evening 
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PITTQRIIRR QIIN Guaranteed circulation over 60,000 daily. The 
ril lODUnU OUH success of the Sun in Pittsburg is marvelous, and 
being the only Democratic evening paper in Pittsburg, has a clientele 
unduplicated and distinctly its own. Ask the Pittsburg merchants. 
PITTQRIiRQ Pn^T Guaranteed circulation 62,000 daily — 70,000 
rillODUnU rUOl Sunday. Pittsburg's great Democratic morn- 
ing daily. Has prestige, circulation and the confidence of the people. 
An absolute necessity in any Pittsburg campaign. 

RH^TDN TRAVFI FR Guaranteed circulation over 80,000 copies 
DUO lull inHTLLLIl daily. A clean, one cent, home-reading news- 
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per thousand in Boston. Always makes good. 

BINGHAMTON PRESS AND LEADER f^XTolSrS^S^^Sltl 

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supreme in its field as a result producing proposition. One of the 
century's most notable newspaper successes. 

TRFUTHN TIMF^ Guaranteed circulation over 18,000 daily, 13,000 
iriLlliUli llmCO more than even claimed by any other Trenton 
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NFW RRIFAN^ ITFM Guaranteed circulation over 35,000 copies 
ni.11 UIILUHIIU lILm daily and Sunday. Only New Orleans news- 
paper permitting examination of its circulation. Best proposition in 
New Orleans, and no complete success there without using it. Largest 
circulation, fairest rate, makes the Item pav. 

ATI ANTA fiFDRfilAN Guaranteed circulation 32,0OO copies and 
HILHilin ULUiiuinii growing every week. A newspaper born of 
age. Edited by John Temple Graves. The Georgian instantly took a 
place in the front rank of the newspapers of the South and is popular 
with all classes. Already carries a great volume of local advertising. 
Pni IIMRIA ^TATF Guaranteed circulation over lO.OOO daily, 11,000 
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the country in return-producing value. No advertising campaign 
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PUATTAKinnRA NFWQ Guaranteed circulation over 14,000 copies 
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niil IITU NFW^ TRIRIINF Guaranteed circulation over 17,500 
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I ITTI F RflPI^ RA7FTTF Guaranteed circulation over 11,000 daily, 
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NHRFni 1^ I FflCFR niQPATPU Guaranteed circulation over I8, 000 
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NEWPORT NEWS TIMES-HERALD grS"S.'=S"J>°e°d.u°J^.o' 

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WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL §«-,SS§»e'„'p!et te7^}''\Z7. 

oughly covers the most prosperous section of the rich South and 
Southwest. One of the best known leaders on members of " keyed " 
propositions. Try out the Commercial Appeal's rich territory. 
PI UIRA TFI PRRAM Guaranteed circulation over 60,000 copies 
LLITimH ILLLUnnm weekly. Unapproached in a rich field as a 
medium to cover majority of territory of Southern New York and 
Northern and Northeastern Pennsylvania. At the rate a sure result 
producer. 

CHATTANOOGA WEEKLY NEWS S^.fiESllViL^'^'^i'S??. "S 

Weekly News is paying on " keyed " advertisements alone at the top 
with the best mail order mediums in the country. Reaches an exclu- 
sive section of the prosperous South. 

Smith & Thompson 

Representing 

NEWSPAPERS OF 
KNOWN CIRCULATION 

Tribune Bld^., Chicago PoUer Bldd., N. Y. 

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FOUNDED IN 
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A monthly family magazine of 20 to 32 pages 
(including cover) about the size of Collier's Weekly; 
it goes regularly by mail each and every month in 
the year into the homes of at least 

400,000 

people; this is guaranteed and vs'ill be proven on 
the request of any advertiser or his agent. Care 
is exercised that no fraudulent or improper adver- 
tisement is admitted. It is peculiarly adapted to 
and is successfully used by agricultural, mail order 
and general advertisers who wish to reach families 
in the small towns and country districts, seedsmen 
and others. 



The rate is $1.50 per agate line, 
without discount except for Quar- 
ter, half and full pa^es, and the 
fixed rates are absolutely un- 
breakable. 



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THE 



MINNEAPOLIS 
TRIBUNE 



105,543 

Sworn Statement 

of Circulation 

daily average 

for first four 

months of 

1906 



, Tbe Tribune holds 
the distinction 

of bein^ the 
family news- 
paper that is 
recognized 
by the 
family 



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THE MODERN 
WOODMAN 




Rate lower 

than any other 

good periodical 

of like 

circulation 

It pays every 

advertiser 

whose business 

we take 



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875,000 



Circulation and 
Growing Steady 



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The Inter Ocean 

CHICAGO 

Has the largest paid -iu- advance subscription list 
of any Chicago newspaper. 

Has more people with money reading it than any 
other Chicago newspaper. 

Has the largest financial, automobile and busi- 
ness men's following of any Chicago news- 
paper. 

Carries more automobile, financial and display ad- 
vertising than any other Chicago newspaper. 












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SUNDAY, 100,000 
WEEKLY, 100,000 


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THE 

Weekly Inter Ocean 

Is the only weekly connected with a great 

Chicago daily. 
Has never reduced its subscription price, 

and has more circulation than ever. 
Has the highest class circulation of any 

farm and home weekly in the West . 

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Dignatii's magazine 



RICHMOND, IND, 



230,000 



R««.h.^ (INDIANA 
Bunched illjnoIS 

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Display per agate line .... $ 1.00 

One page, 760 lines 600.00 

One-half page, 380 lines .... 300.00 
One-quarter page, 190 lines . . 150.00 
Forms • close 15th of month preceding 
date of issue. Discontinuances must reach 
us 30«iays in advance. 



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THE 

CLINTON DAILY ADVERTISER 

Clinton, Iowa 

CIRCULATION OVER 11,000 
CITY CIRCULATION OVER 3,000 

Examined and Approved by Association of 
American Advertisers 

ADVERTISING RATES 
Full Position, ;}5c Run of Paper, 28c 

Chicago Representative 

HENRY DeCLERQUE, 701 Schiller Building 

New York Representative 

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A Combined Circulation of Over 

200,000 Copies 

If you want to reach tlie Germans in 24 States 
advertise in the LARGEST 

German -American 
Newspapers 

COPIES 

WESTLICHE POST (morning issue) ■ 35,400 

ANZEIGER (evening issue) ■ - 33,230 

MISSISSIPPI BLAETTER (comb. Sun. issue) 69,700 

WESTLICHE POST (daily country edition) 44,120 

Formerly weekly 

ANZEIGER DES WESTENS( daily country edit'n) 42,300 

Formerly weekly 
Avail Yourselves of the Opportunity 

through our mediums to inform the millions of German readers through- 
out this country and the whole world of 

What You Have to Sell, and You Will Find That 
IT PAYS TO DO SO 

Our publications cover not only St. Louis, the population of which is 
over three-fifths German, but the entire Southwest, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska 
and all the Western States. 

We carry every line of local and foreign advertising in our papers 
which appears in this section of the country, and no English paper in this 
city excels our publications in quality and quantity of news, advertising 
and circulation. 

We Guarantee Returns of Advertising in Our Papers 

We recognize mutuality of interests between advertiser and news' 
paper publisher, and want every advertiser to be satisfied with the returns 
or we do not want his money. 

Ask any wholesale or retail druggist, any business house in St. Louis 
about the merits of our publications and they will tell you, you must use 
the WESTLICHE POST and ANZEIGER if you want to be successful in 
St. Louis and its territory and be sure of results. 

Ask any St. Louisan about the WESTLICHE POST and the AN- 
ZEIGER and he will point with pride to these papers as representatives 
of the most enterprising and the most reliable journalism of the twentieth 
century. If you want the patronage of the Germans in St. Louis and 
throughout the Southwest, advertise in the WESTLICHE POST and the 
ANZEIGER and you will get your money back manifold. 

German-American Press Ass'n 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

EDW. L. PREETORIUS \ R„-i_„„- Mflnn^Pr^ 

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Buffalo Morning Express 

(DAILY) 

ESTABLISHED 1846 

Buffalo Illustrated Express 

(SUNDAY) 

OLDEST ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER 
IN THE COUNTRY 

Q (P 




T^HE best adver- 
■■■ Using medium in 
the second city of the 
Empire State* Its 
circulation depart- 
ment gladly shows 
where the EXPRESS 
goes and its advertis- 
ers will testify to its 
value* 






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"iV<? legislation, no appeal for sympathy, will check thejlow 
of money Jrotn the rural buyer to the catalogue houses. If the 
* other fellows' want his business, or a liberal share of it, they can 
get it only by inviting him through ADVERTISING " 

"OVER" 1,500,000 HOMES 

ARE ENTERED EACH MONTH BY 

THE 

Woman's Magazine 

OF ST. LOUIS 

Each copy reaches a family, which means that nearly 
EIGHT MILLION CONSUMERS read this pubHcation every 
month. We know that they read advertisements, because we 
obtained our circulation by direct and continuous advertising 
in the leading mediums of the country. 

You can call for the money of these millions through 
THE WOMAN'S MAGAZINE. Nothing can check their 
responsiveness to the invitations of advertisers who seek their 
trade. Nothing can decrease their purchasing power. 

The ability to convey your message to this vast audience 
makes THE WOMAN'S MAGAZINE a medium of supreme 
influence, established on the bed-rock of quality and value. 
We offer advertisers THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN 
THE WORLD, and "every copy circulates." 

Mail order advertisers who seek the most adaptable and 
resultful medium for their needs will write for rate card and 
detailed information to 

A. P. COAKLEY. Advertisinii Manaiier 

The Woman's Magazine 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

CHICAGO NEW YORK 

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The 

Woman's Farm 

Journal 



Viewed from any standpoint, the logical, practical 
medium for the advertiser is The Woman's Farm 
Journal. It reaches the buyers. The men are 
the money-makers, and the women the money 
spenders of America. The women who are reached 
through the Woman's Farm Journal are practically 
all women with a family and the wants of the 
entire household are supplied through these 
women. It reaches 

Over 600,000 

of such women, representing more than 600,000 
households. They live on the farms of America, 
or in the smaller towns and cities, supplying their 
wants by mail from the advertisers in the Woman's 
Farm Journal. That is why you should put an ad 
in this great journal and keep it there. Key your 
ad and you can know if its pulling. We are not 
afraid of a test. 

Woman's Farm Journal 

(Est. 1891) 
ST. LOUIS, MO. 

Chicago New York 

First National Bank Building Flatiron Building 



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Whether you sell direct to the consumer 
or through agents and dealers, your 
advertising in 

FARM NEWS 

with its more than 130,000 circulation 
amon^ prosperous farmers, will put you 
in touch with a ^reat purchasing market. 



The Simmons Publishing Co. 

Publishers 
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO 



The Register and Leader 

(DAILY AND SUNDAY) 

DES MOINES, IOWA 

The Register and Leader is the only morning paper published 
in Des Moines, the capital of Iowa and the heart of the greatest 
agricultural region of the world. Des Moines is the capital city of 
Iowa and the vital center of the state's affairs. The circulation, both 
Daily and Sunday, exceeds 

30,000 Copies Per Issue 

reaching more homes than any other Iowa newspaper. The Register 
and Leader is not only the best newspaper published in Iowa, but is 
the best advertising medium as well. It carried a greater volume of 
advertising from January 1, 1906, to October, 31, 1906, than any other 
Des Moines or Iowa newspaper. 

The Sunday Register and Leader is Iowa's big Sunday newspaper, 
carrying all the metropolitan features and is gaining circulation more 
rapidly than any other Iowa Daily or Sunday newspaper. 

PAYNE & YOUNG 

FOREIGN ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES 
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THE SPLENDID GROWTH 

OF THE 

Detroit Times 

Has made necessary the installation of a 
second three-deck perfecting press with 
a capacity of 24,000 an hour. Total 
capacity now 48,000 an hour. 

On October 1st, 1906 

The TIMES began its 7th year 
with 37,000 circulation. 

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In September, 1906, the TIMES 

ran 6,308 inches of advertising more 
than in September, 1905. 

DETROIT IS GROWING, TOO 

Latest city directory gives it 435,000. 



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ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAID IN ADVANCE 

Our Germans Are 
Desirable Customers 

You can reach the great mass 
and the best paying class of 
German country people by 
advertising in the great 
German weekly. 




Lincoln Treie Prcssc 

LINCOLN, NEB. 




Because it goes to people that 
PAY IN ADVANCE. 

Circulation for the Last Six Months 

145,678 

RATE: 35c PER LINE FLAT 

Based en Circulation of 140,000 


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POSTMASTER, Norfolk. Neb., writes: 

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as important here as letters," 

















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11 A A AAA PAID CIRCULATION #H ^ 
{llll llllll ^^^^^ GUARANTEED ^ JP 
^vJ l/V^l/Vl/ PER AGATE LINE ONLY %fM mf 



The National List 

OF MAIL ORDER MEDIUMS 



Insertion in the Main News Section, on an A J live page, in 
the Sunday, Saturday and Weekly editions of the following old- 
established mediums of fully known standing and circulation: 

Pittsburiih Gazette Times New Orleans Times-Democrat 
Plttsburt^h Chronicle Teledrapk Richmond News Leader 

Detroit Free Press Sacramento Bee 

St. Paul Dispatch Birminiiham News 

Buffalo Courier and Enquirer Lincoln State Journal and News 
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Mont({omery Journal 

Kansas City Journal Knoxville Sentinel 

Denver Post Mobile Register 

Pueblo Chieftain Norfolk Landmark 

Colorado Sprintts Gazette 



Reaching 1,300,000 homes in the prosperous Middle West, 
Northwest, Southwest and South, where people are in the habit 
of responding to mail order advertising and buying by letter. 

Complete publication only ten days after receipt of order 
and copy. One key number for the List, 



SUNDAY AND SATURDAY HOME PAPERS 
FARM AND FAMILY WEEKLIES 



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Hand, Knox & Cone Co. 

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NEW YORK CHICAGO 



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THE "^Tff POST 

THE YOUNG GIANT OF THE SOUTHWEST 
THE FASTEST GROWER NOW BEING PUBLISHED 

The Only Democratic Newspaper in a Territory Covering a Million Prosper- 
ous People. Strongest in Its Rural Circulation 

RATES REASONABLE 
Best Advertising Proposition in the Southwest Today 

RATE CARD FURNISHED 
STATE OP MISSOURI ) ON APPLICATION 

I )ss 

COUNTY OF JACKSON ) 

Personally appeared before me A. F. Brooker, 
feeing duly sworn, upon his oath states that he Is one 
of the publishers of Th^ Kansas City Post and that as 
such he hAS control and charge of the circulation of 
The Kansas City Post, and that the actual average daily 
circulation of The Kansas City Post is how 43,981 copies 
p«r day. 




sworn to ana subscribed before roe this Thirteenth 
Day of October in the year 1906 My commission expires on 
the--*^-0-V«^day o 




f.-(|l>.^>XUJ:XJLUin tha year.A^iiJ^. 

Hotea-y Public lo 

and for Jackson county, Missouri, 



The S. C. Beckwith Special Agency of New York and Chicago 

Eastern and Western Representatives 

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The 



Capper Publications 

ARTHUR CAPPER, Publisher, Topeka, Kan. 



THE TOPEKA CAPITAL 

Guaranteed Circulation, 23,000 

Only newspaper in Kansas published every day in the year. Only 
morning paper in Topeka. Only Sunday paper in Topeka. Prints 
more Want Ads than all other papers of Topeka combined. 

Display Advertising Rate, 3 to 7 Cents per J^ine 

Classified, 5 Cents per L.ine 

Classified, by the Month, 4 Cents per Line 

KANSAS WEEKLY CAPITAL 

Guaranteed Circulation, 35,000 

Leading Weekly of Kansas. For over twenty years the favorite farm 
paper of 35,000 farm homes in Kansas. 

Rate, 7 Cents per Line 

FARMERS MAIL AND BREEZE 

Guaranteed Circulation, 62,500 

The most popular farm journal in Kansas, with three times the cir- 
ealation of any other agricultural weekly. 

Rate, 80 Cents per Line 

THE HOUSEHOLD 

Guaranteed Circulation, 200,000 

A wholesome monthlj' magazine for the home, with a tremendous 
circulation west of the Mississippi River; a splendid result-producer 
for mail-order advertisers. 

Rate, 70 Cents per Line 

MISSOURI VALLEY FARMER 

Guaranteed Circulation, 200,000 

The largest paid-in-advance circulation of any farm journal west of 
Ohio. Covers Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas and other 
Southwestern States more thoroughly than any other publication. 
Rate, 75 Cents per Line 

ARTHUR CAPPER, Publisher 

TOPEKA. KANSAS 

New York Office, 812 Flatiron Building, J. C. Feeley, Manager 

Chicago Office, 304 U. S. Express Building, W. B. Robey, Manager 

Kansas City Office, 401 Century Building, S. N. Spotts, Hana^er 

St. Paul Office. 435 Endicott Buildinii, Justin E. Brown, Manager 



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TO THOROUGHLY COVER CENTRAL ILLINOIS 
USE THE 

Peoria Evening Star 

I PEORIA. ILL. ^ 

LARGEST CIRCULATION IN STATE F 
OF ILLINOIS OUTSIDE OF CHICAGO I 



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Actual Sworn Circulation 

21,328 

(DAILY) 

Gaaranteed by Rowell's American 
Newspaper Directory 




MOST ADVERTISING BEST RESULTS 
LARGEST CIRCULATION 

Peoria Star Co., Publishers 

PEORIA. ILL. 

Foreifirn Representatives: 

N. M. SHEFFIELD, Special Agency 

Tribune Building, New York U. S. Express BuiUing, Chicago 



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GUNTER^S is today 
the leading illustrated 
fiction MAGAZINE. 
Through its advertising 
section you come in con- 
tact with the most desir- 
able class, those who can 
afford to patronize an ad- 
vertiser. The advertising 
rate is lower than any 
other standard magazine. 
$90.00 a page. 115,000 
Guaranteed. Edited by 
Archibald Clavering Gun- 
ter, Advertising Dept.y 
3 East Uth Street, New 
York City. 



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H. W. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 



Enthusiasm is the mainspring: of sticcess.'''' 
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.' 

— Emerson. 

WHEN YOU USE 




as an advertising medium, you are reaching an enthusiastic 
clientele which reads " ENTHUSIASM," because it enthuses them 
to achieve greater success. It is a live publication in every sense 
of the word — it is progressive — all enthusiasm is progressive — 
and advertisers' 'reports indicate that they, too, are enthuiastic 
over returns received. TRY IT. Ask Kastors about it, or address 

"ENTHUSIASM" 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 



RHODES & KIESTKR, 
606 Schiller Bldg., Chicago, 111. 



WILLIAM A. WILSON, 
44 East 23d St., New York City 



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THERE IS NO BETTER ADVERTISING MEDIUM THAN 



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THE MODERN PRISCILLA 

The Standard Fancywork Magazine 

The following facts and figures have been 
obtained direct from our subscribers: 

Ei^ty five per cent (85^) of the subscribers to The Priscilla are married 

women — active housewives who purchase all supplies for the home. 
Seventy-four per cent (74^) of the subscribers to The Priscilla own the 

homes in which they live. 
Sixty-one per cent (61 5^) of the subscribers to The Priscilla are wives of 

business or professional men. 
Ninety-five per cent (95^) of the subscribers are in the habit of reading 

the advertising columns of The Priscilla. 

Subscribers to The Priscilla are women of refinement whose interests 
are largely centered in their homes. They have the money with which to 
buy whatever appeals to them. We guarantee the reliability of every ad- 
vertisement appearing in The Modern Priscilla. This establishes confidence 
in our advertising columns. Guaranteed Circulation —160,000 copies 
each issue. Actual circulation first six months, 1906—3 72,040 copies 
average per month. Rate, 70c per line. For additional information, 
consult your Agent or address 



THE MODERN PRISCILLA 

\v A. J. CROCKEH, Mijr. Advertising Dept. 221 Columbus Avenue, BOSTON, MASS 
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The 



Rocky Mountain News 



{Established 18S9) 

8 Is the Oldest, Best Known, Host Widely 

Gircalated Newspaper in the Central West 



CIRCULATION — FIRST SIX MONTHS 1906 

Daily Average, January 1 to July 1, 1906 - - 49,876 
Sunday Average, January 1 to July 1, 1906 - 85,691 



The Denver Times 

(Established 1872) 

Q Is the Home Evening Newspaper 

O of Denver and Adjoining Towns O 

O CIRCULATION — FIRST SIX MONTHS 1906 § 

K Daily Average, January 1 to July 1, 1906 - - 45,514 § 

O The News and The Times between them cover every O 

9 portion of Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, 

Western Kansas and Nebraska and Northern Texas K 

O with a thoroughness that cannot be surpassed, O 

Q The News and The Times between them control W 

O more than ninety-five per cent (95%) of the entire rural - 

O delivery route circulation in this territory. 

O By usind the two papers advertisers not only jet 

rfc the benefit of their combined circulations, but can 

O also obtain an advantageous combination rate. 

8 THE NEWS-TIMES PUB. CO., Denver, Colo. 

Q BRIGHT & VERREE, Inc., Special Agents § 

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THE FARMER 

A farm paper with a purpose — a paper which for 25 
years has stood for the growth and prosperity of the 
Northwest, and which, as a result, has grown with a 
velocity commensurate with that of this vast territory. 

"I "1 /!5 tf~^tf^^^ Minimum Circulation 
XXOjUUU from Nov. 1st, 1906 

Judicious advertisers would no more overlook THE 
FARMER than they would deny the wealth and 
opportunities of the Northwest. 

Just examine a copy — it carries the business — 
there's a reason. IT PAYS. 

THE FARMER, St. Paul, Minn. 



The Farmer's Wife 

An illustrated magazine that reaches and appeals to the 
woman on the farm — the farmer's " better half" — who 
really holds the purse and spends three-fourths of 
all it holds. Does it pay to advertise to her? Our 
advertising doubled in one year-^it must pay. 

1 n A AAA Copies Each Issue 
IUU9UUU After Nov. 1, 1906 

Get a copy of "The Farmer's Wife" and rates. 

THE FARMER'S WIFE, St. Paul. Minn. 



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THE 



INDIANAPOLIS 



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SUN 

ESTABLISHED 1888 

Pioneer One Cent Daily 
of Indiana 

The Indianapolis Sun is in 

its eighteenth year, and the only 
evening ONE CENT daily in 
Indianapolis. It is the only Ind- 
ianapolis paper without dup- 
licate circulation, and covers 
exclusively one-third of the 
Indianapolis field. 



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A. W. ALLEN 

Tribune Building 



CHICAGO 



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The STRAND 



The Strand offers a big circulation 
which cannot be duplicated by any other 
magazine. The quality of the contents 
attracts a class of people which demands 
the best in everything. The Strand is a 
big progressive modern monthly magazine. 



The Wide World 



The magazine which scours the globe for 
stories, anecdotes, topics of interest. Wholly 
different from other magazines. The Wide 
World is an advertising proposition unlike 
any other. It's big value for the money. 





Call on your A^ent or write 




J. LAWRENCE BRADLEE 

Advertising Manager 


83 


■85 Duane Street 

NEW YORK 


87 Washington Street 
CHICAGO 



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I I 

1 he Northwestern Farmer 

I 28,000 I 

^ Is published monthly at 

^ Menominee, Mich. Covers 

^, Northern MichiganjWisconsin 

^1 and neighboring territory as 

^ no other medium has ever 

^1 attempted to cover it. 

^] 1. Circulates in a rich and 

^1 promising agricultural region. 

^ 2. Official organ of the 



^ Upper Peninsula Agricultural 

%] Association and 20 county 

^< associations. 

^! 3. The great majority of the 

^1 pioneer farmers of the New 

^ Northwest take no other farm 

*5l paper. 

i It Produces Results 

Rate, 8c Per Aiiate Line Flat 



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FIGURE FOR YOURSELF 

the newspaper situation in Pueblo 
and Southern Colorado. In Pueblo 
two evening papers divide the field — 
only one morning paper, that 

The 

Pueblo Chieftain 

OVER TWICE THE LOCAL CIRCULA- 

TION OF ANY PAPER IN 

PUEBLO 

In Southern Colorado The Chieftain 
reaches its readers 4 to 24 hours 
before the Denver papers. This gives 
it a long lead. Quality and quantity 
of circulation make its advertising 
rates the lowest in the West. 

FOREIGN ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES 

HAND, KNOX & CONE COMPANY 

410 Temple Court Boyce Buildinti 

NEW YORK CHICAGO 

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COLMAN'S 
RURAL WORLD 



Pronounced by good authorities the 
best weekly agricultural paper pub- 
lished in America. 

For over fifty years it has been con- 
ducted by Norman J. Colman (the first 
Secretary of Agriculture of the U. S). 

It speaks for itself. Send for a free 
sample copy. Published weekly at $1 
per year. New and trial subscriptions 
taken at 50 cents per year. 



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Colonial Security Building 
ST. LOUIS, MO. 



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THE 



SEUH-PATTERSON CO. 

LIST 



OF 



Leading Sunday Magazines 

Circulation 1,600,000 



Covering the Greatest 

Advertising Field 

in the World 



RATE: $3.00 PER LINE 

For further particulars, address 

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NEW YORK CHICAGO 

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SOME REASONS WHY 

THE SELAH-PATTERSON CO.'S 

Pictorial Color and Comic Magazine Supplements 
ARE GIVING THE BEST RESULTS TO ADVERTISEBS 

The farmer is paying his helpers $3.00 a day and board. 
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in the farming section which should be a source of great satis- 
faction to manufacturers generally, for at no time are sales so 
good as when the farmer reaps and sells well. 

Now, right here are some facts worth the attention of manu- 
facturers who appreciate the value of the farmer's trade. Once 
please him with your goods and he's yours just as long as you 
continue to please him. Once convince and he'll stay with you as 
long as you want him, but he'll pass you up the minute he thinks 
you are not giving him value received — and try your competitor. 

Records show that four-fifths of the farmers do not take, 
the daily papers or magazines, and yet the farmer buys 50^ of 
all the goods manufactured in this country. How he does this 
without the accessibility of department stores would make 
you think a minute. Salesmen couldn't sell that much — they 
couldn't get to him. 

Twenty per cent of his purchases are made at the town 
stores, but 80^ are made by mail. Eighty per cent of over half 
of the manufactured product of the United States bought by 
the farmer through the mails — think of that ! He buys those 
things of course DIRECT FROM ADVERTISING. 

Now, four-fifths of the farmers do not take daily papers 
or magazines because they do not appeal to them and do not 
awaken heart interest. Some of the big monthly magazines are 
now spending much money to get into the farmer's home, 
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there in his heme, have been for many years and always will 
be, are the local weekly papers of the United States. They 
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articles on the care of crops and stock. He has more confidence 
in it than he has in the daily papers, the farm papers or the 
magazines. It is a utensil for use and is used by every member 
of the family. This is the one paper bought and read by four- 
fifths of all the farmers of the United States. The farmer buys 
over half of the entire output of American factories, and 80* 
of these enormous sales are made through the country papers. 

#][ The Selah-Patterson enterprise enables the Country Weeklies 
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Vnited St&tes Post Office. Ev&nston. Illinois. 

To Whom It May Concern: Sept. 19. 1906. 

There has been mailed at this P03t office 14844 lbs. of Farmers 
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In September. Exact Copy of Letter From 

Cole Mfg. Co. 

Cliicago, 111., September 28. 1906. 
Farmers Voice, Chicago. III. 

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we are getting from our advertising in the Farmers Voice, we are 
pleased to inform you that the inquiries received up to date, show 
Farmer's Voice to stand absolutely at the head of the list of Farm 
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are using. We like the attractive way in which Farmers Voice is 
gotten ou{, and think perhaps, the attractiveness of your paper, and 
the good paper on which it is printed, has a good deal to do with its 
value as an advertising medium. Very truly yours, 

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Illinois 21943 

Wisconsin ,... 7928 

Iowa 5320 

Indiana 2175 

Minnesota ZJ.'S 

Michigan iilO 

Missouri 2I2S 

Nebraska .212* 

Kansas 123« 

Ohio 7*0 

Miscellaneous ■ 4248 

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The Iowa State 
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(we;e;ki.y) 
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A farm and household paper with a circulation exceeding 

32,000 Copies Per Issue 

reaching principally Iowa farmers. It contains every week all 
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THE ATLANTIC 
MONTHLY 



1837 — 1907 

THE fiftieth anniversary of the founding of 
This AtIvANTic Monthi<y will occur in 
the year 1907. In commemoration of 
this notable event, its editors and publishers 
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science and art for half a century. 

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evidence that it is read and pays its clients. This 

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The Calkins 
Newspaper Syndicate 

(INCORPORATED) 
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 

Owners and Publishers of the FoUowin^ Publications; 
ORCHARD AND FARM 

San Francisco, Cal., established 1886, net paid circu- 
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San Francisco, Cal., the only News Story Magazine 
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PACIFIC MINER 

San Francisco, Cal., established 1S96, net paid circu- 
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WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS REVIEW 

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PYTHIAN CHRONICLE 

San Francisco, Cal., net paid circulation exceeds 
4,500 copies monthly. 

NEVADA CITY DAILY TRANSCRIPT 

(Evening). Nevada City, Cal. 

GRASS DAILY VALLEY TIDINGS 

(^Evening). Grass Valley, Cal. Combined net paid 
circulation of these two (2) dailies exceeds 5,000 
copies daily. 

TRUCKEE REPUBLICAN 

(Semi-Weekly) Truckee, Cal,, net paid circulation 
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The influx of homeseekers, the in- 
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of dollars in southern enterprises is 
without a parallel in the history of 
our country. 

If these conditions do not make 
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The South needs your goods and 
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National Farmer 

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its remarkably beautiful illustrations make it a 
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enough orders to more than pay for the insertion. Some of the 
other publications used were. Good Housekeeping, Munseys, 
Ladie'-s World, Woman's Home Companioo, and the Housekeeper." 
— Lyvola Olive Company. 

" Last September we used about twenty publications in all, 
and in number of orders Spare Moments is well among the leaders, 
as i* is also in average cost of order."— Sherman & Co , Inc. 

"The replies from Spare Moments have cost us less than any 
other publication we are advertising in, with one or two exceptions. 
We have received in cash so far, more than three times the cost of 
advertising." — New York and London Electric Association. 

" Of all the mediums we have ever used there is only one that 
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respondence Schools. 

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information to 

LEONARD DARBYSHIRE. Publisher 

SPARE MOMENTS 

ROCHESTER. N. Y. 

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Die Deutsche Haustrau 
und Modernes Journal 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

The Ladies* Home Journal of the German Laniiuaiie 

Total Circulation "g y| /^ /^/^/^ 
November Issue I'^bUjUUlJ 



New Mexico 129 

New York 5829 

No. Caroliua „ 28 

No. Dakota 1973 

Ohio 6563 

Oklahoma 665 

Oregon 1299 

Pennsylvania 8776 

Rhode Island 159 

So. Carolina 16 

So. Dakota „ 1705 

Tennessee 229 

Texas 7587 

Utah 803 

Vermont 5 

Virginia 151 

Washington 1611 

W. Virginia 264 

Wyoming 87 

Wisconsin 15387 

City of Milwaukee 5803 

Foreign States 1913 

Sample copies 10000 

Advertisers and Adver- 
tising Agencies 3000 

Agents 758 

Exchanges 832 

Current orders 2885 

Total, 131.310 

I hereby certify that the above statement of circulation Die 
Deutsche Hausfrau und Modernes Journal is true and correct accord- 
ing to the records on file in this office. 

EDGAR W. COLEMAN, President Hausfrau Pub. Co. 
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 25th day of July, A. D.. 1906. 

. . ., AUGUST BRAUER, Notary Public. 

Commission expires April 17, 1910. 

A detailed report of the Association of American Advertisers dated 
November 16, 1906, on the circulation of Die Deutsche Hausfrau und 
Modernes Journal will be sent postpaid upon request. 



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STATE. 

... 385 




... 598 


California 

Canada 

Colorado ^ 

Connetlcut 

Idaho 


... 2892 
... 2246 
... 720 
... 1217 
... 403 




... 42 


Dist.Col _ 

Florida 

Georgia - 

Illinois 


... 26 

... 77 
... 39 
...12532 


Indiana 


... 1979 


Iowa 


... 709'J 




... 3.60 


Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 


... 704 
... 122 
... 50 


Maryland 

Massachusetts 


... 271 
... 1135 
... 4046 


Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 


... 7241 
... 26 
... 4280 
... 415 


Nebraska 


... 6031 


Nevada 


... 29 


New Hampshire 

New Jersey 


... 221 
... 1967 



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THE 



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Magazine 

DES MOINES, IOWA 
Guaranteed and Proven 

200,000 



Circulation 

The handsomest and best pay- 
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Two colored covers. Write for 
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Rate, 80c per Agate Line 

Home Office 

DES MOINES, IOWA 

Eastern Offices 

FISHER SPECIAL AGENCY 

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THE 



Breeder's Gazette 

A Weekly Journal for the 
American Stock Farm 

AveraiSe Sworn Circulation ExceediniJ 

69,000 

No free list. Advertising Rate 
35c with discotints on large orders. 
Sample copy, rate card, etc., sent on 
application to the publishers. 

Sanders Pub. Co, 

358 Dearborn Street CHICAGO 




§ A COMBINATION HARD TO BEAT | 

I THE EDUCATIONAL TRIO 8 

Normal Instructor, 123,000 g 

S Primary Plans, - 40,000 X 

S Teacher's World, - 12,000 S 

Q Covers the entire educational field with a guaranteed circulation of over q 

g 173,000 At Only 63c A Line 8 

B THE NORMAL INSTRUCTOR if,fa!,'f?f;.!,°i*cf?irro^ § 

O of the most profitable mediums for all g:eneral advertising. If you can 

secure the patronagre and good will of the American school teachers, 

c% you will also receive the vast amount of influence that they will exert 

K for you in their territory. Our publications are taken to the home and 

J| read by the whole family. Let us send you our new rate card and 

fL sample copy free. 

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X C. E. GARDNER, Manager Advertieing Department, Dansville, K. T. 

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Average Circulation for Year Ending August, 1906 

209,186 

Send for Proof 

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DISCOUNTS 
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quarter pages or over in one issue or 3 pages in one year. 
COLOR PAGE RATES ON APPLICATION 

REGULATIONS 

ALL advertisements subject to approval. 

No obiectionable or misleading' advertisements will be published. 

Minimum space 10 lines. 

Width of Columns . . . - 2^4 inches 

Length of Columns 189 lines 

Quarter Page 189 lines 

Page, Four, Columns - - - - 756 lines 

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November September 25th 

December October 25th 

January November 25th 

Copy and cuts must be received six weeks in advance of issu- 
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Classified advertising rate, $1.00 a line — special discount 
for six-time order. Minimum space — 4 lines, 7 words per line. 

THE BOBBS-MERRILL CO., Publ. 

INDIANAPOLIS 

WM. H. RANKIN 
Manager Advertising Department 
WILL C. IZOR Indianapolis C. M. GREEN 

Eastern Adv. Mgr. Western Adv. Mgr. 

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New York C. P. MELLOWS Chicago 

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THE KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Daily Drovers Telegram 

THE SOUTH OMAHA. NEB. . 

Dally Journal -Stockman 

THE ST. LOUIS 
DAILY 

Nat'l Live Stock Reporter 

These three daily papers are known 
as the 

"CORN BELT FARM DAILIES" 

They offer the advertiser 70,000 
of the wealthiest farmers and live 
stock growers in the great west, 
mostly in Missouri, Kansas and 
Nebraska. 

They will carry your advertise- 
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same or less money than a weekly 
paper of the same circulation will 
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A FEW FACTS ABOUT 

World's Events 
Magazine 

Circulation 100,000 Guaranteed 

of which 95% is among paid yearly subscribers. 
75% reside in small towns and villages of not over 
5,000 inhabitants. 70% by actual count are women. 
100% are intelligent, progressive and prosperous. 

PAID LIST BY STATES 



1 


Ohio 


8005 


91 


2. 


Pennsylvania 


7982 


28. 


:h. 


New York- 


7297 


29 


4 


Iowa 


. . . . 5510 


30 


5. 


Kentucky 


4088 


31 


6. 


Texas 


4157 


.S2 


7 


Kansas 


3865 


33 


8. 


Michigan 


3714 


34 


9. 


Indiana 


3694 


35 


10. 


Illinois 


3358 


36 


11. 


Nebraska 


3291 


37 


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Wisconsin 


2965 


38 


13. 


Missouri 


2795 


39 


14. 


West Virginia 


1971 


40 


15. 


Minnesota 


2097 


41 


16. 


Washington 


1751 


42 


17. 


Tennessee 


1708 


43 


18. 


California 


1606 


44 


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Oregon 


1466 


4*1 


20. 


South Dakota 


1410 


46 


21. 


Arkansas.. 


1407 


47 


22. 


Massachusetts 


1365 


48 


23. 


Colorado 


1308 


49 


24. 


Mississippi 


1305 


50 


25. 


New Jersey 


1296 




26. 


Georgia 


1207 





North Carolina 1229 

Maine 1013 

Foreign and Postal Union. 990 

Oklahoma 960 

North Dakota 843 

Alabama 842 

Vermont 755 

Maryland 740 

Idaho 705 

Virginia 691 

Connecticut 672 

New Hampshire 607 

Louisiana 575 

South Carolina 477 

Florida 473 

Wyoming 446 

Montana 436 

Utah 442 

Indian Territory 317 

New Mexico 216 

Rhode Island 1169 

Arizona 152 

Nevada 92 

Delaware 108 

Total 94,453 



Rate Only 40 Gents Per A^ate Line 

Forms close 5th of preceding month. 

WORLD'S EVENTS PUBLISHING CO. 

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Appeal To Reason 



GIRARD. KANS. 
TME BIG WEEKLY 



Circulation Jan. 1st, to July 
1st, 1906, average each issue 

380,674 



Circulation July 1st, to Oct. 
1st, 1906, average each issue 

392,288 



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REASON circulation is exclusive. You can^t reach it with 
any other paper or any combination of other papers. / 

Address all orders and correspondence to 

The Howe-Simpson Co. 

Exclusive Advertising Af{ents for the APPEAL 
»40 Dearborn Street Chicago. 111. .. 

Northwestern Agriculturist 

The Only Weekly Farm Paper in the Hard 
Wheat Belt — Minnesota and the Dakotas 

Every department under the charge of a specialist who has made 
a ^success in that specialty. The honesty of every advertisement 
guaranteed by the publishers. No medical nostrums advertised. 

Every Week 80,000 Circulation Guaranteed. 

The first issue of each month (except in midsummer) is a 
MAGAZINE NUMBER, with an artistic cover in colors and numerous 
special features and over 100,000 Circulation Guaranteed, but 

with no increase of advertising rates. Practical, Nothing but Prac- 
tical. Its editorial staff has the highest agricultural prestige of any 
agriculturists in America; all are specialists of known success. 

Bates: 35 cents per agate line; 500 lines at 30 cents. 

P. V. COLLINS PUBLISHING CO.. 513-25 Seventh Street S., HiDneapoIis, Minn. 

P. V. COLLINS, President and General Manager. 

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A MAGAZINE that is built every month 
with the Idea of New York back of 
it comes pretty nearly being America in a 
nutshell* It interests New Yorkers in- 
tensely — and grips no less strongly the 
hundreds of thousands of people all over 
the country who want to ** belong ^^ to the 
metropolitan crowd* The only magazine 
that description fits is the 

H^mEWAY 

MAGAZINE 

The Broadway finds its -way to live, wide-awake men 
and women every month, because it does nothing less than 
serve up, with snap and human interest the vital happenings 
— in fact, fiction and picture — that are making history in 
the Greatest City on Earth, 

There's a clientele whose tremendous buying power 
MUST be reckoned with. And at the present low rates 
there really isn't a medium anywhere that offers such a 
profitable investment. Investigate it* 

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FARM LIFE 



The Bi^^est Illustrated Semi-Monthly Mag- 
azine for Farm Folks in the 
Middle West 



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Is essentially in a class by itself, printed 
and published in magazine style. 

It is a good agricultural medium, as it goes 
exclusively to farmers, and treats on all 
agricultural topics in an up-to-date manner. 

Is a good mail order paper, as it bas inter- 
esting departments and entertaining nction 
for every member of tbe family. 

Is a good medium for general publicity, as 
every copy goes into some substantial 
country home where there is a demand for 
nine-tenths of the household articles adver- 
tised in a high-grade magazine. 



A MINIMUM CIRCULATION GUARANTEED 

150,000 Copies 

Advertising rate, 60 cents per line. 

Ask your advertising agent about FARM 

LIFE, or write direct to us. 

We have the evidence in our possession 

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WHEN MAKING UP YOUR LIST 
DON^T OVERLOOK 

The Welcome Guest 

Portland, Maine 

CCA A AAA CIRCUL4TION, RATE 
^VIVI^VIUU $2 PER AGATE LINE 

Published monthly. Forms close 
20th of month preceding date of'issue 



The Ladies' Ma^zine 



Portland, Maine 



150,000 g?."A%' 



CIR(!:ULATION. RATE 
AGATE LINE 



Published monthly. Forms close 
25th of month preceding date ot issue 



COMBINATION RATE ON BOTH PAPERS 
GUARANTEEING 



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CIRCULATION 

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NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES 531 

Mr. Advertiser: 
DO YOU KNOW 



That Railroad Men are paid nearly ONE 
BILLION DOLLARS ANNUALLY in 

wages? 

That they Spend most of this for the necessi- 
ties and luxuries of life? 

That they buy of the advertisers who patron- 
ize their own Official Publications, the 
magazines that comprise 

Gates^ List of Railroad 
Employee Magazines 

That through them you can reach this vast 
clientele (the families too) directly, force- 
fully and inexpensively? 

That the Railroad Brotherhoods are 

the greatest organizations of their kind 
in the world? 

My booklet on "Brotherhoods" tells the 
story. It's free if you mention this directory. 

W. N. GATES. Manager 



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A. H. VAN DUZER, E. D. WHEELER, 

Eastern Representative Western Represenfaiive 

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THE OLDEST AND MOST POPULAR MONTHLY 
OF ITS CLASS IN THE WORLD 

Circulation Over 430,000 Copies 

Advertising Rate, $1.50 Per A^ate Line 

For thirty-five years Park's Floral Magazine has been 
continuously edited and published by the present proprietor. 
During that time dozens of floral publications have been started. 
Most of these died a natural death; some were changed into 
household journals; and some were merged and their identity 
lost. Today there are only two or three left, and these are of 
comparatively recent origin. PARK'S, however, has never been 
suspended, changed nor merged. Kvery month for thirty-five 
years it has greeted its friends with practical floral information, 
answered their queries, and helped them over their floral 
difficulties. 

Some of the original 200 subscribers are still renewing 
their subscriptions and reading the Magazine. Thousands have 
been reading it regularly for a score of years, and hundreds of 
thousands for a decade. The subscription list has been doubled 
many times by the sons and daughters leaving the home nest 
to establish homes of their own, then subscribing for the Maga- 
zine, which was prized for years at the old home. Tens of 
thousands of names were added also by a liberal system of 
annual newspaper advertising, so that today PARK'S has a 
guaranteed circulation of more than 450,000 Copies Monthly 
not promiscuous, sample-copy circulation, but circulation result- 
ing from real merit or intrinsic value. Only people of means 
and refinement take an interest in adorning their homes with 
flowers, and only such are readers of Park's Floral Magazine. 

A paper is valuable as an advertising medium in propor- 
tion as it is valued by its subscribers. For this reason PARK'S 
ranks among the best of advertising mediums. The advertising 
rate is but $1.50 per agate line for 450,000 circulation, or one- 
third of a cent a line per thousand — a very low rate for first-class 
circulation. A keyed trial will convince you of its merits, and 
secure for PARK'S your continued advertising patronage. 

Geo. W. Park, B. Sc, Editor and Publisher 

LA PARK. Lancaster Co.. PA. 
Represented by The Fisher Special Agency 

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BOSTON, 24 Milk Street 



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A Strong Pulling 
Religious List 



SERVICE 

A Monthly Baptist Magazine published in Chicago. 
Over lOO.OOO Readers. If you wish to reach the 
entire Baptist denomination with an honest proposition, 
don't neglect to put Service on your list. Rates only 
20 cents per line. 

PRESBYTERIAN BANNER 

Pittsburg, Pa. Weekly. Rate, 15c per line. 

THE RECORD OF CHRISTIAN WORK 

East Northfield, Mass. An undenominational 
Monthly Magazine. Rate, 12 j^c per agate line. Forms 
close first of month preceding publication. 

THE WESTMINSTER 

Philadelphia and New York. Weekly. Has a 
larger circulation and is stronger in influence than any 
other Eastern Presbyterian paper. Rate, 10 cents per 
agate line. Forms close Saturday for next week's issue. 

THE CENTRAL BAPTIST 

St. Louis. Weekly. Covers Missouri, Indiana, 
Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma. Rate, 7c per agate line. 



For further information, sample copies, time and space 
discounts, etc., address 

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Are You a Mason? 

Are You Posted upon the history and traditions ol 
Freemasonry ? 

Do You Know that the Supreme Council of the 33d 
Degree is officially publishing THE NEW AGE, a monthly 
magazine for Freemasons of all Degrees. 

Established (1903) for a Purpose, and on broad, 
ethical and educative lines, by the Supreme Council — not a 
business enterprise. 

A Wide Compendium of Freemasonry of all 
historical periods and all places. Carefully compiled and 
accurate — official. 

Richly Illustrated by leading artists, A Safe Home 
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contents carefully planned. 

Staff of Contributors representing writers of the 
day whose names are household words. 

There are SPECIAL REASONS why 
this magazine should be in every true 
Mason's family, and it has been made 
attractive that members of Masonic 
families may read it regularly 

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The Recognized Leading Newspaper of Southwest Texas is 
THE 

San Antonio Express 

ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT COMPETITION 
IN ITS FIELD. PAYS ALL ADVERTISERS 



(DAILY - - - 14.300 

CIRCULATION \ SUNDAY - - 19,200 

i SEMI-WEEKLY 19.000 



EXPRESS PUBLISHING COMPANY 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 

JOHN P. SMART, Manager New York Office 
Room 628, 150 Nassau Street New York City 



The Evansville, Indiana 

JOURNAL-NEWS 

Circulates in the CITY" OF EVJiMSVILLE, and 
over the Rural Routes of Southern Indiana, 
Northwestern I^entucky and Eastern Illinois. 



The Jotjfnal-Ncws is Delivered to Stibscribers 
and Sold Daily in 

Boonville, Ind. Rockport, Ind. Patoka, Ind. Tell City, Ind. 

Princeton, Ind. Mt. Vernon, Ind. Uniontown, Ky. Troy, Ind. 
Earlington, Ky. Shawneetown, 111. Cynthiana, Ind. Chrisney, Ind. 

Madisonville, Ky. Henderson, Ky. Ft. Branch, Ind. Caseyville, Ky. 

Oakland City, Ind. Spottsville. Ky. Haubstadt, Ind. Elberfeld, Ind. 

Petersburg, Ind. Cannelton, Ind. Dixon, Ky. Somerville, Ind. 

Poseyville, Ind. Morganfield, Ky. Owensboro, Ky. Washington, Ind. 

New Harmony, Ind. Corydon. Ky. Grandview, Ind. Stewartsville, Ind. 



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THE 



HEARTHSTONE 

There Are No Successful Rivals to The Hearthstone 



It has a unique sphere — its contents 
are of a class which has endeared it to 
thousands in every section of the coun- 
try—particularly in the rural districts 
and in small towns and villages. 

Strong, original, romantic stories, prac- 
tical household departments and whole- 
some matter from cover to cover, is what 
does this. 

Our advertising, rates based on actual 
paid circulation — this is what The 
Hearthstone offers to advertisers. 

What kind of people does it reach? 
More farmers than most agricultural 
papers, more country tradesmen than 
trade papers, more church people than 
church papers. 

Write to your country friend and ask 
him about The Hearthstone — you'll 
learn that it is thoroughly read and 
eagerly watched for by every member of 
the family. 

Printed in a flrst-class manner on good 
book paper — no objectionable advertis- 
ing whatever printed. 

AVERAGE CIRCULATION 

300,000 

COPIES EACH ISSUE 



Advertising 
Rates 

Display, $2.00 per 
agate line ; reading, 
$3.20 per line, 
agate measure. 

Special Rates for 
Lar^e Space 

used by ONE ad- 
vertiser in ONE 
issue ; 200 lines, 
$340; 400 lines, 
$560; 1 page (764 
lines) $916.80. 



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National Advertisers Can Get in Hi^h 
Grade Local Magazines Through the 

Brooks Magazine 
Syndicate 



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We were the first to publish stand- 
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and we are still in the lead. 

One price and one plate puts 
you through the entire syndicate 
of one hundred magazines, reach- 
ing from Maine to California and 
from Northern Canada to the 
tropics. 

100,000 sworn circu- 
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We have room for 500 more 
good publishers. If you are one 
you can make from $2,000.00 to 
$4,000.00 a year by joirring our 
syndicate. 



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THE ATLANTIC 
MONTHLY 



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1857 — 1907 

'HK fiftieth anniversary of the founding of 
The Ati^antic Monthi^y will occur in 
the year 1907. In commemoration of 
this notable event, its editors and publishers 
are planning many special features which it 
is believed will make the coming year one of 
the brightest in all its brilliant history. 
They will include a number of special anni- 
versary' articles, by some of the oldest living 
contributors and ex-editors, which will con- 
stitute not only a history of The; Ati^antic, 
but an authoritative summary of the vital 
movements in American literature, politics, 
science and art for half a century. 

All this is in addition to the usual array 
of contributions that continue to make The 
Atlantic an example of the highest type of 
American magazine. 

If you are not receiving The Ati^antic 
Monthly regularly, please inform the pub- 
lishers. The advertising rate is $100 a page. 

HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO. 

PUBLISHERS 
4 Park Street 1511 Hey worth Bld^. 

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THE 

INLAND FARMER 

OF LOUISVILLE. KY. 

Covers thoroughly the rich and responsive Agricultural 
and Live Stock Sections of the 

GREAT SOUTH CENTRAL STATES 

No other Agricultural Weekly does it so well. It goes into 
the best homes of Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Miss- 
issippi, Georgia, the Virginias, the Carolinas, Arkansas, 
Louisiana and Texas, The Farmers and Stockmen read 
it, subscribe for it and advertise in it. Among these it is 
an influence and a quoted authority. 



36,000 



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Among Farmers, Stockmen, Dairymen, Poul- 
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It 



is the One Thoroughly Alive 
Agricultural Journal 



of this productive section. It leads in quality 
and quantity of circulation, editorial force and 
literary features, paper stock, press work and 
illustrations. It is by far the best advertising 
medium for you to use. Write for sample copy, 
it will interest you. 



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THE TRAVEL 
MAGAZINE 

A Continuation of 

THE FOUR TRACK NEWS 



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DEALS WITH THE KNOW HOW 
OF TRAVEL 

INTERESTS THE PEOPLE WHO 
TRAVEL FOR TRAVEL'S SAKE — 
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Peoria Herald Transcript 

The only morning paper in the second city of Illinois. 
Reaches the rural route subscriber on the day of pub- 
lication. Only morning paper in the state (outside 
Chicago) receiving the full leased wire service of the 
Associated Press ; complete local markets and the best 
Central Illinois news. 

Advertisers will find this the best medium to cover 
the richest part of the corn belt. Foreign advertising 
increased 32 per cent this year up to October 1st. 
See the trend ? 



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** THE PAPER OF THE HOME '* 

The Bay City Times 

BAY CITY, MICH. 

EVENING -INDEPENDENT — ONE CENT 

The Times is read in seven out of every eight 
homes in Bay City. 

The Times guarantees adveitisers three and one- 
half times more circulation in the city of Bay City 
than any other newspaper published. 

The Times is the only evening daily published 
in Bay City and is in every sense the paper of 
the home. 

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Kvinden o^ Hjemmet 

Scandinavian Woman and Home 

(Norwegian-Danish) 

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Sworn Monthly Circulation 

82,650 



Strictly Guaranteed 



The Kvinden og Hjemmet is the only 
monthly pubhcation of its kind in the United 
States, and reaches a class of readers whose 
patronage is worth trying to secure. It has 
an influence in its field that makes it a 
medium indispensable to the shrewd adver- 
tiser. Test its strength. For rates and 
full information, address 

N. Fr. Hansen Pub. Co. 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

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The Times 

MAGAZINE 

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COUNDED as a 
1^ periodical of de- 
mocracy. Not 
the democracy of the 
party but of the indi- 
vidual: the democ- 
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Roosevelt, Mayor 
Johnson and Gov. 
Folk. 

First number pub- 
lished Dec, J906, 
with a circulation of 
100,000 copies. 

Beautifully prin- 
ted. Contributions by 
best known writers. 
Illustrated by the 
most talented artists. 


ITS advertising 
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They sell at a fair 
price and carry a 
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those who sell as well 
as those who buy. 

The latest number 
can be secured free 
of charge by general 
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IT PULLS AND PAYS 

from the advertiser's standpoint — no more than 
that can be said of any publication. The 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer 

has a circulation of 3 2,000 in the rich 
and prosperous Middle West and Southwest. 
It has the confidence of its readers. Established 
1884. Published monthly. For sample copies, 
rates, closing dates and full information, write 



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MISSOURI AND KANSAS FARMER 

410 Hall Building. KANSAS CITY 



Pittsburg Dispatch 

C There are nearly 2,000,000 people 
within a radius of sixty miles of Pittsburg. 
There is no section where money is spent 
more freely. 

C. The Dispatch is the only 2c daily 
newspaper in Pittsburg. All the others sell 
for Jc, and the price makes The Dispatch 
a distinctive kind — that is all. 

CL Detailed sworn statement of circula- 
tion for January to June, 1906, inclusive — 
Daily 54,219; Sunday 72,515. 

Dispatch Publishing Company 

New York Office PITTSBURG, PA. Chicago Office 

Wallace G. Brooke, Horace M. Ford, 

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By THE FAMILY DOCTOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 
J. Frank Hacfcstaff, Pres. R. C. Hackstaff, Secy, and Treas. 

The Only Home Medical Adviser 
in the United States 

THE FAMILY DOCTOR is an Illustrated Home Monthly Medical 
Adviser, devoted to the health and correct living of the entire 
family; it is the only paper of its kind published in the United 
States. 

The contents are so written that they can be easily understood. 
It is a magazine that is saved and thoroughly read by its subscrib- 
ers, because they expect to find something useful in its columns, 
and they are never disappointed. It is preserved as a health guide 
by its readers, and an advertisement has a longer life in its columns 
than any other monthly publication. 

Is it not reasonable to suppose that a publication produced 
on lines that endears itself to the entire family circle, and think- 
ing people generally, is g, pretty good medium for you to remember 
to place on your advertisers' list? 

THE FAMILY DOCTOR has a bona-flde subscription list of 
over 150,000 subscribers and! over 200,000 copies will be printed 
and mailed each issue. 

ADVERTISING RATES 

Display, per agate line, per insertion $ .75 

Reading Notices, per count line (set in minion) - - - 1.87 

Full Page (672 agate lines) 403.20 

Half Page (336 agate lines) - - - 214.20 

Quarter Page (168 agate lines) - - -, - - - - 113.40 

CLOSING DATE — On the 25th of the month -^receding date 
of issue. Width of Column, 2^4 inches. Length of ^ age, 12 inches. 
Width of Page, (4 columns) 9% inches. 

Orders received direct or through all f Advertising Agencies. 

The Family Doctor Publishing Co. 

134 E. 23d Street, New York 

W. T. DIEHL, Representative, 708-709 Boyce Bldg., Chicago 
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The Birmingham 
Ledger 



The Leading Newspaper in Alabama 

Has the largest circulation 
of any paper in the rapidly 
increasing Birmingham district. 
The advertiser is sure of 
good returns in -this field if 
he has a meritorious article. 




The Ledger Publishing Co. 

BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 

Foreign Rerpesentative, K. KATZ 
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MAKE ROOM ON YOUR 
LIST FOR 

Harmsworth 

Self-Educator 

Magazine 

Published Every Other Friday, Fortnightly 

This publication has appealed so strongly to 
a number of the most successful advertisers in the 
country, that they have wisely made room for it 
even tho their lists were already closed. 

It is a valuable, needful and helpful magazine, 
and its English and Canadian editions have been 
greatly successful. 

For an unusually low rate, you can reach a 
vast number of people not reached by the general 
magazines. 

An individual and independent circulation. 



300,000 $120 a Page 

Rate subject to change without notice 

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Western Representative Advertising Manager 

HOWE'SJMPSOM CO, 

Hartford Building:, Chicago 



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1^ ■^^■^" V" 

The Fruit Grower 

JOSEPH. MO. 

ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE AMERICA'S 
HANDSOMEST FARM PAPER 

Reaches the most prosperous class of general 
farmers — those who are LAND OWNERS. 
Renters cannot afford to set out fruit trees. 

Over 50,000 A Month 

Advertising Rate, $3,50 per inch. Special 

Rates of $40, $75 and $140 for quarter, half and 

Bro. Jonathan f^n pages respectively. Forms close on 20th 

day of month preceding date of issue. Editions in hands of readers 

1st of each month. 

We also publish FARM AND STOCK, a monthly magazine for 
Corn Growers and Stockmen. Rate, $1.40 per inch for 25,000 
a month. For further particulars about both papers, write to 

THE FRUIT GROWER COMPANY 

ST. JOSEPH. MO. 




THE ARKANSAS 
DEMOCRAT 

37th YEAR 

Oldest Afternoon Daily in Arkansas^ Sworn 
average circulation 9,000, 'We go into every 
town and hamlet in the state. A million and 
a half people swear by the Democrat. Our 
advertisers get results, 

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Are You Ready for 
Your Harvest Time? 



IF 



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the harvest you mtjst get your ad in the 
next issue of 

THE HOME 
INSTRUCTOR 

This valuable family journal goes 
into 60,000 country homes in the 
micile west every month — into 
the homes of people able and willing 
to buy YOUR product if your copy 
creates the necessary DESIRE. 
Have your COPY right and the 
PAPER will do the rest. 

CIRCULATION 60,000 

Rate, 15 Cents per Line 

The Home Instructor 

OUINCY, ILL. 



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ff XHE ^^ 

Southern Ruralist 

THE SOUTH'S LEADING FARM JOURNAL 

ESTAB. 1893. PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY, 1ST AND 15TH 
Guaranteed Circulation By States 

Texas .-. 15,309 Georgia 13,141 Florida 9,551 

Alabama 8,128 Mississippi 5,271 Louisiana 4,758 

S. Carolina 3,103 N.Carolina 2.671 Arkansas 1,063 

Tennessee 519 Scattered 1,826 Total to subs . 65,340 

Total printed TmOO 

This number of paid subscribers ■will read your 
advertisement in the RURALIST every issue. 

ALL SURPLUS COPIES ARE SENT OUT AS SAMPLES 

WE GUARANTEE 70,000 COPIES EVERY ISSUE 

DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES -30c per agate line, $4.20 an inch 
each insertion. FORMS CLOSE 10 days previous to date of publication. 
All advertisements subject to our approval. 

SOUTHERN RURALIST 

16 West Mitchell Street ATLANTA, GA. 

CHICAGO OFFICE, 616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Taylor & Billingslea 

NEW YORK OFFICE, 150 Nassau Street, Charles H. Hopkins 

. . ST. LOUIS OFFICE, Missouri Trust Bldg., A. D. McKinney . . 



The Meridian (Miss.) Star 

EIGBT EDITIONS PER WEEK CIRCULATION 

Sunday Morning Star Suoday MomJng Edjtlon 6,500 

Meridian Evening Star EvCfling EditiOR - 6,000 

Meridian Weekly Star Weekly EditJOH ■ 7,500 

The most important new.spaper in the largest city in the state, and 
the only one of any consequence in East Mississippi. Covers a rich 
agricultural and timber section and a territory which is exclusively its 
own. Rates on application. 






PUBHSHKD BY 

THE MERIDIAN STAR PUBLISHING CO. 



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FOREIGN AGENTS 

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After Results? 

THEN USE THE 

RESULTFUL 

Twentieth Century 
Review 



C The most profitable Advertising Medium in America for 
Mail Order concerns. That's easily said for any paper — it's 
easily proven for this great monthly. There are others, but 
there are none that bring better results for the money invested. 

(L Over 200,000 homes in the small cities, towns and 
villages, all most prosperous mail order buyers — tell the 
story — but be convinced by actual test. 

Cl, The rate is 80 cents per agate line. Last pages close on 
the 25th. Responsible Advertising Agencies will furnish you 
with detailed information. 



Geo. H. Waltensper^er 

Manager Advertising Department 
113-17-19 STATE ST. DETROIT, MICH. 



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You can reach farmers and 
stockmen in Central and 
Southern Iowa, Northwest 
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, 
Oklahoma and Indian Ter- 
ritory, Texas, Colorado and 
other Western states more 
thoroughly and cheaply 
through the columns of the 

STOCK YARDS 
DAILY JOURNAL 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

Than through any other medium. 



GUARANTEED CIRCU- 
LATION EXCEEDING 



8,500 



Official paper of the South 
St. Joseph Live Stock Ex- 
change. It reaches the 
people who have the money 
to buy. Write for advertis- 
ing rates. 

W. E. WARRICK, Manager 



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Know the People's Popular Monthly of 
Des Moines, Iowa ? It has a guaranteed cir- 
culation of more than 280,000 and is much 
the best general advertising medium in the 
West. You can sell as much goods for 
$100 worth of advertising in this magazine 
as in any published. You ought to use this 
magazine if you want to cover the Mississippi 
valley. A postal card will bring sample 
copy and full particulars. Rate, $1 a line. 
Forms close 20th of preceding month. 
Write today for particulars to People's 
Popular Monthly, .Des Moines, Iowa. 



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AGE Herald 



BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 



Daily Sunday Weekly 



CIRCULATION NINE MONTHS OF 1906 

Daily . . 15,940 
Sunday . 26,131 
Weekly . 24,806 

THE AGE HERALD is the only morn- 
ing and Sunday paper published in the 
^reat mineral district of Alabama, therefore 
is practically a necessity to its home people. 

THE AGE HERALD is the "state 

paper" of Alabama, and its actual circulation 
is greater than all other morning dailies combined. 



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SPECIAL AGENCY 

Sole Agents 
Foreign Advertising 

Tribune BIdg. Tribune Bld^. 

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Bob Taylor's 
Magazine 

GOV. BOB TAYLOR, Editor-in-Chief 

$1 a Year 10c a Copy 164 Pages 

The Only Single Medium Which Reaches 
All Parts of the Progressive South 

BOB TAYLOR'S MAGAZINE is the leading 

Southern monthly periodical and the most valuable 
advertising medium for those who wish to reach 
Southern people, Southern homes and Southern 
institutions. You should advertise in 

Bob Taylor's Magazine 

Because it stands alone as the only high grade 
illustrated monthly magazine in the South. 

Because its circulation is large, its rate small. 

Because it thoroughly covers the South. 

Because its circulation is absolutely and entirely 
a paid circulation, obtained on its merits and 
the popularity of its editor-in-chief and not 
bought by premiums. 

Because the South is prosperous. 

Because, lastly, it brings gratifying results to 
advertisers at slight cost. 

Consider these facts and send for a 
copy of the magazine and rate card 

We Always Protect the Advertising A^ent 

THE TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO. 

Vanderbilt Building. NASHVILLE, TENN. 



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Would You Reach A New 
Glass of Buyers? 

Then place your ad in the IMMIGRATIONIST, a journal 
devoted exclusively to the work of settling the 
West, and containing such news as will interest 
the immigration agent exclusively. Perhaps you 
do not know that thirty thousand immigration 
agents moved three billion dollars in new invest- 
ments westward in 1905. True. Ask any railroad 
immigration bureau. 

These Agents Have Money 

They all reach the official journal of their profession. 

W. R. Draper, Editor Winfield, Kansas 



■the best THATGROWS-And it continues to grow 



THE FACT THAT OVER 12 5.000 
PEOPLE SUBSCRIBE TO AND PAY FOR 



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GREEN'S Fruit Grower 

ROCHESTER, NEW YORK 

I shows plainly that the horticultural reader ranks it best. You need only A 
examine the columns of recent issues to notice the large amount of high v 

ur mind that the suec 
est of its kind. 

123,000 



grade advertising they carry, and make up your mind that the successful 
advertiser regards Green's Fruit Grower the best of its kind. 



GREEN'S FRUIT GROWER 

Circulation to Subscribers Over 



Rates for Advertising, 50e per agate line, 5 per cent discount for cash. 
Page rate, one page, $300; one-half page, $175; one-fourth page, $90. 

Size of page, 9x14 inches; width of columns, 2^4 inches; four columns 
to the page; 200 lines to a column; 800 lines to a page. 

Copy for advertising each month must be received before the 15th of 
previous month. 



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500,000 CIRCULATION 



RATE: $2.00 PER LINE 




Home Life guarantees its circulation. The real proof of 
circulation is Results. Home Life brings Results. Just 
look over the advertising columns of Home Life. It is good 
company for you to be in. Let us send you a sample copy 
and rate card. 

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Desi^nin^ 
Illustrating 

and 

En^ravin^ 

for 

Magazine Ads 

Newspaper 

Ads 

Catalogs 

Booklets 

Orders Executed 
Promptly 

Correspondence 
Solicited 



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The 

Home Friend 

NEW RIDGE BLDG.. KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A live, vigorous, mail-order paper whose circulation is 
being aggressively pushed. Here is the story: 

April, 1905 

25,000 

September, 1905 

50,000 

January, 1906 

100,000 

October, 1906 

1 50,000 



AND STILL GROWING FAST 

This fresh, virgin circulation is bound to pay you, 
Mr. M. O. Advertiser, and it costs you no more than 
the oli, worn-out kind. Just give the Home Friend a 
fair trial and see for yourself. 

Exceeding 150,000 copies guaranteed and proven 
monthly; Rate. 60c per line; Forms close on the 20th 
of preceding month. 

SMITH 6i FISHER 

Advertising Representatives 

112 Dearborn Street CHIC4GO 

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Shrewd Mail Order Advertisers 
Are Finding in 

The Woman's Gazette 

One of the best pullers for the money in the mail order 
field. Reaching every month 100,000 women in all 
parts of the country — a class who are continually buy- 
ing by mail — the GAZETTE is worthy of its classi- 
fication in the list of "sure ones." If your copy will 
pull at all, the GAZETTE won't disappoint you. Last 
forms close 20th of month preceeding date of issue. 
Rate, only 40 cents per line. Sample copy on request. 

BE SURE THE GAZETTE IS ON YOUR NEXT LIST 

THE WOMAN'S GAZETTE PITTSBURG, PA. 

N. M. SHEFFIELD SPECIAL AGENCY, Managers 

New York OHice, Tribune Building Chicago Office, U. S. Express Building 

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THE COMMONER 

eekly Circulation 6 montl 
149,230, Guaranteed Cii 

143,000 



Average Weekly Circulation 6 months ending 
April 30, 1906, 149,230, Guaranteed Circulation over 



More than 70?^ of its clientele reside in the great agricul- 
tural states of the Mississippi, Missouri and Ohio valleys. 

THE COMMONER was established Jan. 1, 1901, by William 
Jennings Bryan, who is Editor and Proprietor, Charles W. Bryan, 
Publisher. It is issued weekly, 16 pages, 4 columns, 13 ems, 12 
inches deep. Subscription price is $1.00 per year. New sub- 
scriptions strictly in advance; no return privileges to news- 
dealers. No premiums are given, but there are numerous 
clubbing offers with other publications. 

Send for sample copies and rates to 

THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Neb. 

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Advertising Co. 

312 Fullerton Building 
ST. LOUIS 

THEATER PROGRAM 

ADVERTISING OUR 

SPECIALTY 

We make advertising contracts in 
Theater Programs in any city in the 
United States, Canada and Mexico. 

The people who patronize the 
theater have money to spend — the 
people it pays you to reach . Address 

Frank Gaiennie Advertising Co. 

312 Fullerton Building 
ST. LOUIS, MO. 

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A MAGAZINE 

THAT GOES TO 

40,000 

RAILROAD MEN 
EACH MONTH 

is worth more than a passing notice, when the 
40,000 draw $20,000,000 a year in wages* 

TRY THE 

Erie Railroad 
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DETROIT, MICH, 



^, Is the only magazine in the world 

§, made for farm and farm home — for 

the whole family. It is a magazine 
of standard size, containing 100 
jp! pages of reading matter and is the 

^'j most practical, beautifully illus- 

p<| trated, dollar magazine in the world. 



It Fills a Field all its Own 



It contains high -class illustrations, 
g , practical articles for the farmer, the 

$^ very best of stories, a department for 

^j children, a department for women, 

and is printed on the best paper 
that can be purchased. It is read 
by more people than an}^ ordinary 
farm paper having four or five 
times the circulation, 



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MADE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY 




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The Bi^ 3 of Texas 

THE FARMERS' AND STOCKMEN'S 
DAILY AND WEEKLY PAPERS 

The Daily Live Stock Reporter 

The Southwestern Farmer 
and Breeder 

The Weekly Citizen 



40,000 CIRCULATION 



The Ranch and Farm Home Papers. 
The Official Daily and Weekly Papers of the Two 
Largest Industries of the Southwest. 



THE REPORTER PUBLISHING CO. 

Publishers 
NORTH FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



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THE 



Farm Money Maker 

Teaches Money Making Methods 
on the Farm 



AMERICA'S HIGHEST CLASS 
FARM PUBLICATION 



CIRCULATION 



35,000 

We maintain a strictly paid'tn^advance 

subscription list and our circulation is 
sworn to and proven by post oflSce receipts. 

It Pays Advertisers 

Cincinnati is the center of the agricul- 
tural population of the United States and 
advertisers can not afford to miss repre- 
sentation in Farm Money Maker. 
Ask Kastor & Sons for their opinion 
also latest circulation figures and rates. 

Issued First of Each Month by 

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W. T. BURKAM. Manager 
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American 
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NEW YORK CITY 

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NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 583 

' FARM PRESS ' 

(Successor to Farm, Field and Fireside) 

For fully three-fourths of the year the farmer is one of the 
busiest men in the world. He has little time to devote to reading, 
even though it might be ever so beneficial to his interests to do so. 
He may take time to read one paper, but he will not read half a 
dozen. It is to meet this condition that the FARM PRESS is issued. 

It is now a great National Monthly which gives a review of all 
the best things in the entire Agricultural Press boiled down to 
accommodate the busy man. It gives the meat of an entire column 
in a few lines. It is as 

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WATCH THIS PUBLICATION 

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reason? Pure-bred live-stock men will not patronize a poor paper 
and a paper carrying live stock advertising is doubly interesting 
to the farming community. Look over the pages of the great 
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Farmers' Tribune 

It is full of the best advertising being placed. It carries it 
every year. Your ad will be in good company. It will pay, too. 
It covers a splendid field; Northern Iowa, Southern Minnesota, 
Sonth Dakota and Northern Nebraska. It has a 

Guaranteed Circulation of 45,000 

Every reader with money to buy, and a taste for good things. 
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IF YOU HAVE A SECRET 

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family just can't get along without it. You will realize that 
this is no joke when you learn that out of a total 

Circulation of 73,000 

there are 65,000 of them going into Michigan. It is the great 
agricultural monthly of the State. One of the best in the West. 
It always pays. Rates are 30 cents per line. 

THE GLEANER, Detroit, Mich. 

JAMES SLOCLM, Manager 

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Every man is a possible customer if you have what he wants 
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BLOODED STOCK 

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excellent returns. It has a guaranteed 

Circulation of 40,000 

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its contemporaries. 

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Published at Louisville, Kentucky, the 
gateway of and to the South and the 
representative publication of its class of that 
fertile field of future greatness and present 
prosperity. 

Circulation for October, 1906, 

132,691 Copies 

and increasing daily at a rapid rate. Rate 
card on application. Sample copies free. 




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NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 591 






Ranch and Ran^e 

PUBLISHED MONTHLY AT 

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buying element of Colorado's population — the ranch 
and stock men. Its Live Stock, Poultry, Dairjing, Hor- 
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readers. Length of column, 140- lines; 3 columns to the 
page. Rate, 10 cents per line. 

REPRESENTED BY 

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SWORN CIRCULATION FOR TBE PAST YEAR 

Daily, 10,913 Sunday, 16,209 
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"One Paper in a State, The Salt Lake Tribune for Utah. 
A|e, Character, Circulation, Influence. 
It has the Want Ad Business. 



The facts and figures above shown prove The Tribune to liave 
by far the largest circulation (-f any paper in the inter-mountain 
country, but the figures •will be better appreciated when one under- 
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in the Rocky Mountains. The subscription price is $12.00 a year 
straight, and unsold copies are not taken back from newsdealers. 
The majority of its readers are mining men and prospectors, cattle 
and sheep men, railroaders, ranchers and politicians throughout 
Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Nevada. 

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in the United States the name o'f the. best known paper between 
Denver and the Pacific coast: The answer Avill invariably be, 
"The Salt Lake Tribune." So it it has been for a third of a century. 

A glance at its columns discloses the fact that The Tribune 
carries double the amount of local and 50 per cent more foreign 
advertising than any other Salt Lake paper, a high endorsement 
from those who know it. 



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