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

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Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively
UNION GROVE, 729                                                      RACINE
        The Racine county fair is held here. The Racine-Kenosha Normal
School is located here. There is also a largo cabbage factory located at
this point. Union Grove has three rural routes.
                              UNION GROVE NEWS
Circulation, 960             Is it sworn? No.                         Friday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 30. Classified, per line 5X.
        Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
Ilechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 22
        inches. Columns to page, 7. Body type, 8 pt. Use Mats? No.
        This weekly is edited by John Pinzl.
                                      B W
UNITY, 405                                                         MARATHON
        Located in the hart of Wisconsin - dairying and general farming
are first in this Marathon county community. Unity has two rural routes,
                          MARATHON COUNTY REGISTER
Circulation, 425      Is it sworn? Yes.                              Friday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 204. Classified, per line 54.
        Agency commission, net. Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - wAdth of column, 13 ems.    Depth of column, 20
         inches.  Columns to page, 6.   Body type, 8 on 10 pt.   Screen of
         halftones, 90.
Advertising representatives - American Press Association, New York.
         In 1902 this Unity paper was established by L. H. Cook. E. L.
Messer was editor until 1924 and then James La Bell served one year, selling
to Messer and Johnson, who also publish the Spencer Record.
                                      B W
VESPER, 260                                                             WOOD
         Of the five noted products of this Wood county community, cheese,
 condensed milk, pure bred live stock, hay and potatoes are the most impor-
 tant. They rank in order of their value to Vesper. Vesper has one rural
 route.
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