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

Prentice, 588,   pp. 110-111 PDF (486.3 KB)


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Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively |                                  
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                              CRAWFORD COUNTY PRESS
Circulation, 1800                                                    Wednesday
AdAdvertising rates - display, per inch 35j. Classified, per inch 454.
      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. Screen of halftones, 80 to 100.
      Use Mats? Yes.
      J. H. Frazier edits this paper founded in 1904.
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PRAIRIE DU SAC, 866                                                     
 SAUUK
      The Wisconsin River Power Company owns and operates one of the largest
and most efficient hydro-electric power plants in the state of Wisconsin,
supplying the electric power for many adjoining communities including the
capital city and Milwaukee. An extensive farming community envelopes this
Sauk county town. Dairying, pea growing, and live stock raising are highly
developed. Much butter is manufactured here. Many carloads of hogs are
shipped from this Sauk county town, Prairie du Sac has four rural routes.
                               THE SAUK COUNTY NEWS
Circulation, 1050      Is it sworn? Yes,                              Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 20/. Classified, per inch 18/ net.
      Agency commission, 15%.
LMechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inches.
      Columns to page, 7, Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 85 line.
      Use Mats? No.
A.dvortising Representatives - American Press Association, New York City.
       The first number of The Sauk County News was issued October 21, 1876,
by Burnett & Son, of Black Earth, and G. M'* Ashton, of Prairie du Sac.
Ashton was the editor, and the paper was published at Black Earth.    Succeeding
editors have been Charles E. Whelan, George Conklin, Frod W. Johns, Elta
Johns,
Brown Brothers, E. J. Browne, W. P. Just and Bert Giegerich, who has been
with the ppper for over 25 srears and at its helr since 1909.
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PRENTICE, 588                                                           
PRICE
       This Price county town is in the heart of a farming section.   A large
 local creanery takes much of the milk produced on nearby farms.   Prentice
 has two rural routes#
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