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Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
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OGEMA                                                                   PRICE
       Ogema is in a rich farming community. Agriculture is its mainstay.
Ogema has three rural routes.
                                  OGEMA RECORD
Circulation, 250         Is it sworn? Yes.                             Friday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 18ยข. Classified, per line 5/.
       Agency commission, 15%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 193 inches.
       Columns to page, 6,  Body type, 8 pt.    Use Mats? No.
       This weekly is edited at Prentice by A, L. Grimm.
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OJIBWA                                                                 SAWYER
       Though, from the standpoint of development, Sawyer county is one of
Wisconsints young counties, it is rapidly coming to the fore and presont.in-
dications show that it is destined to be a great dairy section. This is
particularly true of the Ojibwa community. Wood products are the most valuable
asset of the community at the present time. But baby chicks, pickles, potatoes
and dairy products are also important. Ojibwa has one rural route.
                                 OJIBWA COURIER
Circulation, 400                                                     Thursday
       This Sawyer county weekly was founded November 17, 1911. Its first
editor was H. C. Lebean. Subsequent editors have been J. B. Spalding, Robin
Hood, and G. E. Carpenter. J. B. Spalding is the present acting editor.
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OMRO, 1042                                                         WINNEBAGO
       This Winnebago county town owes most of its greatness to the dairy
cow.
The Onro Cooperative creamery furnishes an outlet for the local dairy pro-
ducts. Gardening and stock raising are also practiced in the section. Omro
has five rural routes.
                                   OlRO HERALD
Circulation, 1250                                                   Thursday
       This weekly was founded in 1893. Its editors have been the Howe
Printing company, P. M. Wright, C. H. Slocum and F. B. Hand. F. A. Siebensohn
assuired the editorship in 1918.
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