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

Edgerton, 2688,   pp. 47-48 PDF (468.0 KB)


Elkhorn, 1991,   p. 48 PDF (232.9 KB)


Ellsworth, 1043,   pp. 48-49 PDF (447.6 KB)


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|Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 19-i
     inches. Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 point. Use Mats! No.
     The REPORLTER was organized in 1874. Former cditors were G. H. Tousley
F. '. Coon and D. G. Ristad.    C. A. Hoen is president of the company and
F. G.
Snith is secretary of the company that now publishes this weekly.
                                         B VI
ELKHORN, 1991                                                        WALIT'ORTH
     Though this 'alworth county town is located in the heart of a widely
kinown
farming section, Frank Holton & Company, makers of band instruments,
turn out
the product for which t~ie town is most noted.   ,An allied organizations
makes
band instrument cases.   Tl -r'alworth county fair is a '50,000 ins'itution.
The WJisconsin Butter and Cheese Company and the Elkhorn Pea Cannery are
two
other mainstays of this town.
                               ELKHORN INDEPENDENT
Circulation, 2000                                                     Thursday
     August 7, 1845 is the founder's day in the life of this .'alworth county
journal.  Its first editor was George Galb and subsuquent editors were James
Densmore, John Hotchkiss, Frank Leland, 1M. T. Park, Gene Kinnie, John Snyder,
F. H. Eames and Claude Eames.
                                         B WV
ELLS9VORTH, 1043                                                        PIERCE
     This Pierce county town looks on the livestock industry as its greatest
asset.  A cooperative creamery operates here.    From the town are shipped
ugLs
and other poultry products. A great area of cabbage is grown on the local
farms.
                                 ELLS'"ORTH RECORD
Circulation, 1500     Is it swornT  Yes.                              Thursday
Advertising Rates - disdlay, per inch 30O. Agency commission, 15%.
Mechanical Requirements - width of column, 13 ems.    Depth of column, 20
inches.
Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 85. Use hats? No.
Advertising representative - American Press Association, New York City.
     J. F. Shav, who struck off the first number of this weekly January 1,
1899,
edited it until September 14, 1911.   Oscar A. Hails, who then took charge
has
been editor ever since.
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