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Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
([1925/1926?])

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Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively
Mechanical Requirements - Width of Column, 13 ems. Depth of Column, 19j
     inches.  Columns to Page, 6.   Body type, 10 pt.    Use Mats? No.
Advertising Representatives - American Press Association, New York City.
     W. R. Minroe established this weekly in 1893. Succeeding editors have
been Mr. Callahan, M. R. Stewart, E. VI. Bates. In May, 1922, the present
editor, A. T. Habbefeld, assumed charge.
                                     B W
CAMBRIA, 679
COLUMBIA
     Farming is the industry of importance in this Columbia county com-
munity.
                                CAMERIA NEVIS
Circulation, 600                                                       Friday
     THE NEWS was started in 1884.   Its present editor is E. F. Krueger.
B W
CAMBRIDGE, 600
DANE
     The chief occupation of
of tobacco. A candy factory
Cambridge folks is the growing and handling
and a creamery are also located here.
CAMBRIDGE NEWS
Circulation, 600
Is it sworn? Yes.
Advertising Rates - Display, per inch 25g.     Classified, per line 10.
     Agency Commission, 15%.    Cash discount, 2% - 10 days.
Mechanical Requirements - Width of Column, 13 ems. Depth of Column, 20
     inches.  Columns to page, 6.    Body type, 8 pt.   Use Mats? No.
     Prom 1885 to 1891, E. L. Howe, the founder of this weekly, served as
editor.  Up to 1893, the second editor, August Oleson was in charge.    
Follow-
ing editors were T. C. Rumpf, Otto Sund, Patterson and Banks, E. F. Kramer,
H. C. Stair and D. F. Schwam.    The latter served only six months .t 1922
and then H. C. Stair came back.
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