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

Ettrick, population 400,   p. 50 PDF (228.0 KB)


Evansville, 2209,   p. 50 PDF (228.0 KB)


Fennimore, 1383,   pp. 50-51 PDF (467.6 KB)


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Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively
ETTRICK, Population 400                                           TREMPEALEAU
     Farming ranks first in this community of Trempealeau county.
                                ETTRICK ADVANE
Circulation                                                          Thursday
Advertising Ratos - Display, per inch         . Classified, per inch 20g.
     Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical Requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 22 inches.
     Columns to page, 6.  Body type, 10.    Screen of halftones!   Yes.
     Use Mats' No.
     Founded in 1919. THE ADVANCE is today edited by A. G. Sorenson.
                                      B W
EVANSVILLE, 2209                                                        
ROCK
     Windmills and gas engines are the most important articles manufactured
in Evansville. Considerable dairying is carried on in the vicinity and as
a consequence dairy products are produced in large quantities.    Evansville
claims to have the largest creamery, largest oleomargarine plant and largest
poultry feeding and dressing station in Wisconsin.
                               EVANSVILLE REVIE9;
Circulation, 2400             Is it sworn! No.                       Thursday
Advertising rates - Display, per inch 35g.   Classified, per line 5,.
     Agency commission, 15%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20
     inches. Columns to page, 7. Body type, 8 on 10. Screen of Halftones,
     120. Use Mats? Yes.
Advertising Representatives - American Press Association, New York City.
     I. A. Hoxie struck off the first number of this weekly in 1866. Succeed-
ing editors have been Wells & Warren, I. A. Hoxic, Magee & Lawton,
R. M. Antes,
H. Morgan, J. J. Norton, and A. Todd.   It is now published by the Antes
Pross,
R. M. Antes is editor and J. I. Scott, managing editor.
                                      B W
FENNIMORE, 1383                                                         GRANT
     This Grant county town is in a farming community.
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