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

Antigo, 8,541,   pp. 13-14 PDF (446.8 KB)


Argyle, population 701,   p. 14 PDF (228.9 KB)


Arcadia 1,418,   pp. 14-15 PDF (453.3 KB)


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Covering Rural Wisconsin Effoctively
                                ANTIGO BANNER
Circulation                                                Published on Friday
    This weekly, of which Ed. Goebel is the editor, *was established in 1919.
It was formerly a German paper but now it is prepared in English.
                               ANTIGO JOURNAL
Circulation
    Bearing the same name as a local daily, published in the home of THE
JOURNAL, this weekly is edited by Fred L. Berner.
                             ANTIGO WEEKLY NEIVS
Circulation 1,250
    Founded in 1882, this Langlade county weekly is today edited by
lI. H. Daviley.
                                     B W
ARGYLE, Population 701                                       LAFAYETTE COUNTY
    Argyle and the surrounding community is noted for its scenic beauty and
is called by its Sviss inhabitants, "The Switzerland of America".
   Its all
important industry is cheese-making, with cheese, of course, as the chief
product. Diversified farming marked with acres and acres of alfalfa has been
another cause of prosperity in the community. Though grain is never shipped
from Argyle, many car loads of feed are brought in each year. A canning
factory ias recently erected in this section and bright expectations are
held
for the future of the pea industry at Argyle.
                                ARGYLE ATLAS
Circulation 900                                                      Thursday
    The Atlas was established in 1884. Its present editor is George G.
Gaskill.
                                     BW
ARCADIA 1,418                                                     TREMFEALEAU
    "Arcadia is strictly a farming community and not a factory town",
Writes
Editor A. Hess with considerable pride.   Butter takes first place as the
town's noted product.   Last year the Arcadia creamery did a business of
more
than 4340,000. After dairying, live stock, especially poultry, is the main
source of revenue in this Trempealeau county community.
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