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

North Milwaukee, 3047,   pp. 96-97 PDF (434.1 KB)


Norwalk, 531,   p. 97 PDF (208.9 KB)


Oconomowoc, 3301,   p. 97 PDF (208.9 KB)


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                            NORTH .IL.,LAU'KEE TIMES
Circulation, 600                                                    Thursday
       This community weekly is edited by H. S. Warfe.   The paper was
founded in 1818.
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NORWALK, 531                                                          MONROE
       In this Monroe county community daitying takes first place as the
chief asset. Norwalk has three rural routes.
                                NORWALK STAR
Circulation, 800                                                     Thursday
       E. G. Hesselgrave is the editor.
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OCONOMOWOC, 3301                                                    WAUKESHA
       Dairying, of course, leads in this Waukesha county town. The
Carnation milk plant is one of the communityts loading assets. Pabst Swiss
cheese is made in Oconomowoc and the entire countryside is noted for its
pure bred cattle. The community, because of its favorable location, is a
great stop-over place for tourists. Oconomowoc has six rural routes.
                            OCONOMOWOC ENTERPRISE
Circulation, 1825      Is it sworn? No.                               Friday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 30ยข. Classified, per word, 24.
       Agency commission, None.    Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ors. Depth of colurn, 22
       inches.  Columns to page, 7.  Body type, 7 pt.  Screen of halftones,
       half tones. Use Mats? No,.
       C. A. Pettibone founded this weekly in 1888 and edited it for nearly
ten years.  Succeeding editors were A. C. Hathaway and Grove E. Polmer,
the latter being the present editor.
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