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

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  Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively]                                 
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            February, 1894, is the date that The Tribune was established,
its first editor being D. U. Richardson. He edited it till 1904. The next
editor, A. A. Roesler, served eight years. Win. Neuenfeldt was active for
a
three year period. Then came Mrs. Hattie Richardson who served for eight
years, followed by L. F. Thelken, editor for a twelve month period. The
present editor is Lawrence V. Cowles.
                                       B W
LUCK, Population 479                                              POLK COUNTY
            Luck is one of the homies of the "Land O'Lakes" sweet
cream butter.
The dairy industry of this conmunity in Polk county is being rapidly developed
by local cooperative organizations. A small part of the local revenue comes,
throughout the winter, from shipments of logs to excelsior mills, but butter
is by far the most important product of the locality. Potatoes are grown
extensively.  The lakes and trout streams here &ttract thousands of tourists
rearly. Luck has three rural routes.
                                 LUCK ENTERPRISE
Circulation ------                                                 Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 25g.    Classified, per line 51. Agency
     commission, 15%.
     Mechanical requirenents - Width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column,
     19-3 inches.  Columns to page, 7.  Body type, 8 pt.   Screen of hnlftoncs,
     85 to 120. Use Mats? No.
     During October 1904, this weekly was established by Oscar Lund, who
con-
'inmed to edit it till July 1, 1923. Since that time Dick Pugh has been in
charge.
                                       B W
IUXE1,IBURG, 457                                                     KEY'A1UNEE
           The Luxemburg Manufacturing Company, Luxemburg Milling Company,
Luxemburg Grain Company, Casco Gravel Company and the South Milwaukee Creamery
Company furnish employment for Luxemburg people. The first named concern
ranks first in importance in this Kewaunee county community. Luxemburg has
six rural routes.
                                 LUXEMBURG NEWS
Circulation, 605                                                       Friday
     G. I. Donald founded this weekly in February, 1909. Subsequent editors
Rive been Dan J. Bonchor, Frank Salmon, Otto M. Kayo and Earl A. Balzc, the
latter has been editor for the past eight years.
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