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(1925)

Build Wisconsin [1925, no. 1],   pp. [1]-5 PDF (1.8 MB)


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more industries that Kansas rneeded right then; instead, she noed-
ed diversified farming or a little dairying mixod with bar whoAt,
corn and oats.
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       One of these men was George W. Marble, editor of THE PORT
SCOTT TRIBUNE, a daily newspaper published in Bourbon county.
                       Studios Badger Dairying
       Marble came up to Wisconsin to look at her cows, her farms,
her creameries. He took notice of a lot of things that wore not
being done in Kansas, but he saw no reason why they couldn't be
duplicated in the
Sunflower state.
And at the Wiscon-
sin College of
Agriculture he
got some more poin-
ters.
   When ho got
back to Fort Scott
he told the busi-
ness men and far-
mers what he had
seen. It sounded
good to them, and
as Marble contin-
ued "to sing the
dairy song" in
THE TRIBUNE they
realized that
dairying was
their salvation.
Fortunately the
opportunity to
establish a milk
shipping station
in Fort Scott
came along and
the local people
got behinid the
movement, All
this time Marblel
paper was "talk-
ing" dairy farm-
ing, just like a
house organ for
better farming.
i nh i sp e r   r e p ro d e-t h i s--u t -
in his paper to reproduce this cute
To promote dairying in his community
(teorae W. Marblo aave an entire nake
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