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

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Covering Rural Wisconcin Effectivoly
                            NEW HOLLSTEIN REPORTER
Circulation, 981      Is it sworn? Yes.                                Friday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 30/. Classified, per line 10.
       Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 25.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems.    Depth of column, 19<3
       inches.  Columns to page, 7.   Body type, 8 pt.    Use Mats? No.
Advertising representative - American Press Association.
       T. J. McElroy founded the Reporter in January 4, 1904 and edited it
for four years. B. S. Poate has directed it since that time.
                                     B W
NEW LISBON, 1175                                                       JUNEAU
       This city is located in the heart of an agricultural and dairy dis-
trict in Juneau county. It is an important railroa,' center, being the out-
let for the Wisconsin Valley Division of the "Milwaukee" railroad.
    It has
paved street, a white way, wonderful free tourist caMp grounds and bathing
beach. It has a $200,000 high school building and is the home of the
Juneau County Rural Normal School. New Lisbon has four rural routes.
                           NEW LISBON TIMES-ARGUS
Circulation, 850      Is it sworn? Yes.                              Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 25/. Classified, per line 5/ - readers,
       per line 10/. Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems.    Depth of column, 20
inches.
       Columns to page, 7.   Body type, 8 pt.   Uso Mats? No.
Advertising representative - Arerican Press Association, New York City.
       C. A. Leicht edits this weekly that was established in 1856. His
son C. A. Loicht, Jr. is associate editor.
                                      B W
NEt LONDON, 4683                                                    OUTLGILMIE
       This city is the home of Hatten Lumber Company, Wisconsin Cabinet
and Panel Cornpany, (Thos. A. Edison), Brodens Condensary, American Plyvood
Corporation, Zerrenner Bros., (Brick), Hanilton & Sons Canning Company,
Siandard Machine Shop (Aluminum Pistons), Modern Lanuf~tcturing Corpany,
(Lrdies Garrents), Geo. C. Thomas Concrete Products Works, Poorior Lumber
Corpany, Geo. Freiburger & Sons, Wagon Works, Tank Bros., YWagon Works,
Wolf Valley Dairy Company. Diversified farring is carried on extensively.
New London has five rural routes.


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