Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
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Jcovoring Rural Wisconsin Effoctivolyl ARCADIA LEADER Circulation 1,000 Friday Founded in 1873, as The Trorapoaleau County Rcpublican by Char1cs A. Loith, who continuod as oditor for two years,,- subsequent editors wore: C. E. Hollcnbock, 1875 - 76; Noah D. Comstock, to 1877; Charlos A. Lcath, to 1Pi54; F. F. Morgan, to 1887; T. F. Ball, to June 1888; Goorgo Mathys, to July, 1891; J. G. Faulds and A. J. Cowio, to August, 1893; J. G. Faulds, to February, 1894; Peter Barth, to Novombor, 1902; W. G. Car.oron for a short time; Hogn ialoney and H. F. Thcurer, to January, 1904. It was then sold to Albort Hosa, who is still owner and editor. In 1914 Christ Fouter associated himself with ir. Hose as business manager. B W ATHENS 940 MARATHON Athens is another of 17isconsin's dairy contcrs. Pure bred Guornsey and Holstein cattle arc popular on many of tho riany nearby farms. Lumber- ing corirrands more than passing attention in tho community, wood products being rmnufacturod in largo quantities. Rocontly a now $75,000 pea cannery was eroctod in Athens, for which an abundance of peas is grown locally. ATHENS RECOMD Circulation 550 THURSDAY The Rocord wxaz founded in 1900. It is now edited by A. Ncuenschwandor. B V!' -__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ AUGUSTA 1,407 EAU CLAIfE Farming plays an important role in the businuss affairs of this Eau Claire county town as it is surrounded by an cxtcinsivu dairying and stock raising district. Other industries of note arc saw vuills, planing and flour fLuills, a canncry, crcauiory, and sash, door and cor.mb factories. I^.U CLAIRE COUNTY UNION Circulation 2,625 Friday During 1874, the first nuwbor of thlis .;ou&:ly was struck off. Today it is edited by C. \d. Warnor.
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