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

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  OCovering Rural Wisconsin Effectivoly_ E78
                                 MANITO0WOC PILOT
Circulation                                                           Thursday
           Es S. Crowe is the editor of this iianitowoc newspaper which was
organized in 1859.
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MARA.THON, 670                                                      ISMARTHC!N
     This community in Marathon county owes much of its greatness to dairying.
Most of the milk is made into butter and cheese. Sone lumber is cut around
Marathon and on a number of farns the raising of ginsong has been developed.
Fox farming is another industry that is finding a place near Marathon.
Marathon county leads the state in the number of farms. Marathon has three
rural routes.
                                 1'ARWTHON TIMES
Circulation, 950                                                      Thursday
advertising rates - displty,per inch 25X. Classified, per line 10/.     Agency
     commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - Width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 192-.
inches.
     Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 80. Use
     Mats? No.
Advertising Representative - American Press Association.
           C. A. Leicht, present editor of The New Lisbon Tines-Argus founded
this country weekly in 1909 and edited it for two Aydars. Mr. tIrnning, the
second editor, continued to 1919 and then Frank Lueschen served for twa years
and his successor, E. W. Peterson was in charge only to 1923 when Omar Lxtundscn
caire on the job.  Alex P. Gertchen is nov the publisher.
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!1 FlON, 875                                                           IsVIJPi
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           Saw mills and a furniture factory are located in this rural center.
Marion has three rural routes.
                                VARlION AIVERITSJER
Circulation, 500                                                        Fridsy
     Founded in 1895, this Waupacu county new paper is today edited by Elmer
Myerso
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