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

Seymour, 1280,   p. 119 PDF (249.5 KB)


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  Covering Rural Wisoonsin Effectively1
ST. CROIX FALLS, 825                                                   POLK
         Large creamery interests are concentrated in this Polk county com-
munity. Farm produce, especially potatoes, are shipped. Considerable lumber
is also exported. Poultry is of great importance. Dairying is one of the
main stays. St. Croix Falls has two rural routes.
                         ST.CROIX FALLS STANDARD PRESS
Circulation, 1100                                                  Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 30.    Classified, per word 1.   Agency
          commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inches.
          Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 85 to
          120. Use Mats? No.
          This paper is edited by G. R. Puckett.
                                      B W
SEYMOUR, 1280                                                     OUTAGhMIE
          Dairying commands most attention around Seymour. Various kinds
of
cheese, high grade creamery butter and casein are manufactured. Cabbage and
sugar beets are handled at the local factories. Beets and beans are packed
at a new and modern canning plant. Sey*our has five rural routes.
                                 SEYMOUR PRESS
Circulation            Is it sworn? Yes                            Thursday
advertising rates - display, per inch 304, Classified, per line 104. Agency
          commission, 15%.  Cash discount, 2%.
Mechonical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 21-.5
inches.
          Columns to page, 7. Body type, 8 on 10. Screen of halftones, 80
          or 100. Use Mats? Yes
          Established in 1886, this weekly was edited by its founder, H.
J.
Van Vuren until 1920 when he took into partnership his son, C. A. Van Vuren.
                                      B W
SHARON, 908                                                        WALWORTH
          Dairying leads in this Walworth county community. Editor J. L.
Howell says, "This is a farming community with the best land in the
world
and where good crops can be found every year".    Sharon has two rural
routes.
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