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CLEAR LAKE, 689                                                         POLK
     Diversifiod farming reigns in this Polk county community. Dairying is
very important.
                                CLEAR LAKE STAR
Circulation, 600        Is it sworn? No.                           Wednesday
Advertising Rates - Display, per inch 20.    Classified, per word 140.
     Agency Commission, 15%.  Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical Requirements - Width of Column, 13 ems. Depth of Column, 18
     inches.   Columns to Page, 5.   Body type, 8 pt.   Use Mats? No.
Advertising Representative - American Press Association, Nev' York.
     THE CLEAR LAKE STAR was begun as the NORTH WISCONSIN NE\!S in 1878.
To-
day it is edited by Fred. L. Rothgerber.
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CL4NTON, 938                                                            ROCK
     Clinton is in the center of a Guernsey cattle district, although the
other dairy breeds have many adherents in this community. General farming
is carried on extensively. Poultry is of great importance.
                              ROCK COUNTY BANNER
Circulation, 800                                                      Friday
     During 1888, this weekly newspaper was founded.   At present it is
published by F. R. Helmer.
                            CLINTON TIMES-OBSERVER
Circulation                                                           Friday
     Will A. Mayhew founded this paper in September, 1923.
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CLINTONVILLE, 3275                                                   WAUPACA
      Clintonville is an industrial center with the manufacture of Four Wheel
Drive trucks ranking as the main output. There are also made Menominee trucks
(busses) and Four Wheel Drive tractors. A high grade of cattle is raised
in this vicinity of Waupaca county and large quantities of cheese are made.
P. H. Kasper, the World's greatest maker of American cheese lives here. 
  He
has won more prizes than any other cheesemaker in the world, both National
and International. The Clintonville Milk Company with an investment of
$150,000 began operations November 1, 1925.
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