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  Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively|                                 1
BARRON, 1623                                                       BARRON
    As a source of well-bred livestock, Barron county holds an enviable
position in Wisconsin and its fame is rapidly extendirnb beyond the state
borders. Recent exportations of dairy cattle to all parts of the world vouch
for its future. Served by two railroads, Barron has extensive transporta-
tion facilities for the moving of its products. These include flour, lum-
ber, wool, goods and towels, overalls, carriages, and foundry products.
Canned goods are also manufactured at Barron. Butter, however is no doubt
the town's chief product, One of the largest creameries in the country is
located at Barron.
                          BARRON COUNTY NEJS-SHIELD
Circulation 1,800                                                   Friday
Advertising Rates - Display per inch, 50      Classified, per word - one
cent.
    Agency Commission                    Cash discount
Mechanical Requirements - Width of Column, 13 ems. Depth of columns,
    17j inches.  Columns to page, 7.    Body Type, 8 pt.  Screen of Half-
    tones            . Use Mats e
    The present NEWS-SHIELD represents the merger of several Barron county
weeklies, - the first of these being established in 1890. Its present editor
is Dr. Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge.
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BAYFIELD, 1441                                                    BAYFIELD
     Set on Lake Superior and traversed by two railroads, this northern city
has more than common transportation advantages. Among its industries are
saw
mills, planing mills, a lath factory, two fishing establishments, a canning
plant, excelsior mill, creamery, and a fruit marketing association doing
nearly $200,000 worth of business annually.
                             BAYFIELD COUNTY PRESS
 Circulation, 700                                                  Thursday
 Advertising Rates - Display, per inch, 20V.    Classified, per word - one
cent.
     Agency Commission 15% - Cash Discount 2%.
 Mechanical Requirements - Width of Column, 13 ems.   Depth of columns,
 19- inches.  Columns to page, 6.    Body Type, 8 pt.   Screen of Halftones,
     85.   Use hbts - YeB.
 advertising Representatives - American Press Association, New York.
     Fcunded in 1870, this northern Wisconsin weekly is today edited by D.
C. Bell.
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