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

Eagle River, population 572,   p. 46 PDF (260.1 KB)


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ICovering Rural Wisconsin Effectivcly
EAGLE RIVER, Population 57'                                             VILAS
     Dairying, potatoes and resort centers arc three vary valuable assets
possessed by the community. The quality of local "spuds" is attested
by
the state, county, and national honors that have boun wen by Eagle River
potatoes. The soil and climate are excellont for increases in the community's
potato fields. There aro 3,000 known lakes within the boundaries of the
county and it is credited with having more touring people and perriancnt
summer homes than any other section of the state.
                              EAGLE RIVER REVIEN!
Circulation, 700       Is it sworn? No.                              Thursday
Advertising Rates - Display, per inch 25g.     Classified, per inch 25%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 oms.    Depth of column, 21'-
inches.  Columns to pago 7.   Body typo, 8 pt.   Screen of halftoncs, standard.
Use Mats? Yes.
     During 1886, the REVIEW was established.    Its first editors, Dewar
and McIntyre servod only a year. Their successor, 0. B. Moon, was editor
for about 12 years and he was followed in succession by D. E. Riordan and
0. E. Bowen. The latter served till 1912. Charles Richards published the
paper until 1917. Since his death his son, Verne Richards, has published
and edited the paper.
                               VILAS COUNTY WEWS
     Establishud in 1893 this Vilas county VJooialy was published until re-
cently by D. C. 1& nofuc who sold the paper to Earnest A. Stoewart of
Chicago.
                                       B VI
EAST TROY, 773                                                       WALWORTH
     The Troy Milk Products Company has a large condunsary here producing
condensed cream and milk, powdered milk, buttor, and other products well
known ovcr the United Statos and in foreign countries.    It furnishes a
splendid markct for tho milk produced in the surrounding area and the uarn-
ings of tho umployoes in this work are for tho most part spent at home.
On thu local farms will be found many pure bred Holstcin and Guernsey,
Duroc and Poland China hcrds, as well as flocks of V.hito Lughorn chickens.
                                EAST TROY NEW-S
Circulation, 1075                                                   X'odnosday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 25g.    Classified, per line 5X.  
Agelcy
     commission, 15/%. Cash discount, 2g.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 eins. Depth of column, 191-
     inches.  Columns to pago, 6.   Body typo, 8 pt.   Scrccn of nalftoncs,
     80-100. Use Mats? No.
Advertising Roprosontatives - Amorican Press Association, Now York City.
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