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              !              NFN LONDON PRESS
Circulation, 2000                                                  Wednesday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 404. Classified, per word 14. Lgenoy
       commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
Aechanical requirements - Depth of column, 21-1- inches. Columns to page,
7.
      Body type, 8 pt.    Use Mats? Yes.
      This weekly was established in 1893 and N. W. Cowherd is the editor.
                           NEW LONDON REPUBLICAN
Circulation, 1700     Is it sworn? No.                              Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 254. Classified, per line 54.
      Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 24 inches.
      Columns to page, 8.  Body type, 8 pt.    Use Mats? No.
      This weekly was established in 1879. Its present editors are I. E.
Cooley & Son.
                                     B W
NEW RICHMOND, 2248                                                  ST. CROIX
       Served by four railroads, this community is especially favored by
transportation facilities. Pine lumber cut nearby is made into skiis, oars,
and paddles. Farming and dairying are most important in the St. Croix
county town. New Richmond has six rural routes.
                              NEW RICHMOND NE1.S
Circulation, 1667                                       Wednesday & Saturday
       The St. Croix Republican was established in 1869 by Chas. Seyrour,
of La Crosse, and Abe C. Van Meter, the father of the present editor. Van
Meter served as editor till 1899 and then his son, Claude H. took over
the work, being assisted by Dr. W. E. Degnan, of New York.    The present
editor,
F.A.R. Van Meter, has seen service in the daily newspaper field. Several
consolidations and mergers have taken place in the life of the News.
                                     B W
KORTH MIL.WAUKEE, 3047                                             1ILWA.UKEE
       Bridge and iron works are located in this town and in the community
sugar beets arc grown. North Milwaukee has five rural routes.
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