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Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively|
DOWNING, Population 374                                                 
DUNN
      Dairying is most important in this Dunn county community.
                              DOUNING ENTERPRISE
Circulation, 400                                                    Thursday
Advertising rates - Display, per inch 20.    Classified, per inch
Agency commission, 15%.    Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical Requirements - Width c)f column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 19,
inches.  Columns to page, 6.    Body type, 10 pt.  Use Mats? No.
     The present editor of the ENTERPRISE is Newt~on C. Littlo.
                                       B W
DURAND, 1517                                                           PEPIN
     Hogs, no doubt, bring the most revenue to this community, although
the returns from butter are high and steady the year around.    A pea canning
factory, costing 3100,000, has been established here and the products put
out by this concern are sold from coast to coast, its popularity steadily
increasing.
                             DURAND COURIER-l'IEDGE
Circulation, 2250         Is it sworn? No.                          Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 35$.    Agency commission, 15%.
     Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 13-
     inches.  Columas to page, 6.   Body type, 8 pt.  Usc liiats, No.
     Two )apers are the parents of the COURIER-Y"EDGE. The Pepin County
Courier, founded in 1878, and The Entering Wedge, established in 1893;
both of these wore consolidated April 25, 1918. The presont editor, A.W.
Crippin, was formerly editor of The Entering V!edge.
                                      B W
EAGLE, 394                                                          WAUKE
SIUL
     As in other XVaukosha county communities, dairying leads. Hogs, poultry
and sheep arc also found on the local farms, making the farming of Eagle
well diversified. The summer resort trade of this community is a matter
of no small moment.
                                 EA^GLE QUILL
Circulation, 350                                                    Thursday
     Founded in 18',3, the QUIll was editod by V-illis Wilton till 1898.
 H. M.
Loibl, who then assumod charge, is still conducting the paper.
-Th   !
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