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([1925/1926?])

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IDDLETON, 790                                                           DANE
      Middleton is in a rich agricultural community where the soil is a
ich silt loam merging into a clay loam in others.
      Dairying is carried on extensively end the Golden Key Milk Products
Company (condensery) receives the bulk of the milk, Considerable fluid milk
s sold in Madison. Recent industries which promise to grow are the Gloss-
11 Polish Company and the La Verne Burmester Manufacturing Company. Middlet
s located on the Chicago, Milwaukee end St. Paul Railway and has city water
nd a mnnicipal lighting plant.   Middleton has two rural routes.
                           MIDDLETON TIMES-HERALD
irculation, 500     Is it sworn? No                                   Friday
dvertising rates - Display, per inch 25$. Classified, per inch 25 . Agency
      commission, 15%.
echanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems.   Depth of column, 20 inches.
      Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, coarse.
      Use Mats? No.
Ivertising representative - American Press Association
      The present editor of this Dane county paper is T. R. Daniels,
                                     B W
ELAN,                                                              UARATHON
     Milan is located in a farming and dairying community in Marathon
ounty.
                               MILAN SENTINEL
     This M.1arathon county'weekly was formerly one of a string of weeklies
wned by E. C. Clark of Abbotsford.   Early in 1926 Clark sold the paper to
*orge I-dams and Otis Adams.
                                     B W
ELLTOWN, 440                                                           POLK
     On all sides of this Polk county town are dairy farms. Two hundred
-d sixty farmers sell milk to the local creamery, which produced nearly
00,000 pounds of butter last year. Pure bred dairy cattle arc on the in-
;rease, and the poultry business of the community is booming.


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